"The Life And Times Of Prophecy"
Tobey Maguire is one of many high profile celebrities that is being sued for waxing a$$ in an underground poker ring that could have cost one Hedge Fund Manager nearly $25 Million Dollars in Embezzled Investor Money.
Brad Ruderman, who is currently serving time in a Texas Jail until 2018 for being convicted on two counts of wire fraud and two counts of investment adviser fraud, apparently took part in this illegal Poker ring that included A-list actors such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and King Of Sleeze, Rick Salomon. Brad, who was CEO of Ruderman Capital Partners in Beverly Hills apparently lost millions of dollars in his investors money and now lawyers for the clients whose funds he embezzled are filing a series of civil suits against those who won big in the illegal poker dens, in the hope of recouping some of their lost savings.
Tobey’s legal team is trying to defend themselves by proving the games were not illegal, even though it is against California Law to gamble for money in underground Poker Games.
Word on the street is that Tobey has a mean Poker hand, winning up to $1-$2 Million Dollars a month in the rings… Holy Pokeroni Spider-Man !!
The games were secretly held at various locations like The Beverly Hills Hotel, Four Seasons and Johnny Depp’s The Viper Room, where River Phoenix saw his demise in 1993. The games were so high stakes, that fully armed security manned their doors.
Alls I gotta say is, good luck trying to recover those losses. This should just be a lesson to all those people out there to stop putting the trust of their financial well-being and decisions in the hands of others.
A note leaked onto thee internet this week, alleged to have been sourced from the scientists working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva, Switzerland claiming that they have found the elusive Higgs Boson Particle, the elementary particle that is theorized to lend mass to all matter, giving it the nickname, “The God Particle“. The existence of the God particle has, at least possibly up until now, exists only in theory, postulated to solve the inconsistencies in theoretical physics.
The search for this particle is the main reason behind the conception and creation of the LHC, which is the world’s largest particle collider, primarily built and funded by European countries. It is an underground circular tunnel, 17 miles in circumference, and approximately 600 feet below the Franco-Swiss border in Geneva, Switzerland. It’s beginnings received much controversy and opposition from critics that believed that smashing protons into each other at nearly 100% the Speed of Light could create small Black Holes that would eventually lead to the destruction of our world. Regardless of this contention, those that supported the project believed it could lead scientists to understanding the fundamental roots of the existence of our universe and how all was formed and created.
While nothing is yet confirmed, the success of discovering the God Particle still remains uncertain. I also wouldn’t doubt that perhaps the buzz of a rumor could be used deceptively, to deceive the public into believing in the success of the LHC, or perhaps as pursuit of further funding.
What I do know is this. We are way too ahead of ourselves. Particle Accelerators, in my opinion are crossing over into dangerous territory, much like the Nuclear Reactors that are housed all over the world, and also responsible from the current soon to be global crisis from the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan. If we had to build a $10 Billion Dollar underground tunnel, causing particles to act in a way they are not meant, then we definitely weren’t meant to find the God particle in the first place. When it comes to all reactions of this nature, at the subatomic level, you are starting a process that may not end. These are the same reasons why even spent fuel rods are a huge radiation risk for months, even years, requiring the supervision and care that easily failed in a time of disaster such as the March 11th Earthquake and Tsunami.
One day, the energy created in one of their tests will result in a failure, of which the consequences may be catastrophic.