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12/05/16 - Burning Water and the SunCell
Compare the claims of burning water with the SunCell - From the video; please make this video go viral. i uploaded this video from someone that doesn't call it what it is. so maybe he is too afraid to call it what it really is. you can burn water which means we dont need oil for fuel. this is the first video right now but i will make a video explaining how to get a better burn off this and call this one number 2. subscribe to learn more about free energy. water is a free energy because it costs nothing to use. Stanley Meyers said water is 2.5 times more efficient then gas. which means you will go 2.5 times long with the same amount of fuel/water. i am apart of a ever growing team of people that are here to give back Meyers credit and work to the world. also to get this technology out to everyone before it gets repressed again. no more lies and no more pollution.

And watch the video at Prototype SunCell Generator Powering LED Lights - BLP's Electricity-Generation Test of Automated Ignition System of Auger-Fed H2O-Based Solid Fuel Powder: A very small quantity of highly conductive H2O-based solid fuel powder was loaded in to a hopper and gravity fed into an auger overhead of rollers electrodes that were electrified with about 5V, 20,000A. The high current flow ignited the gravity fed fuel to produce 0.5 ms pulses of brilliant light-emitting plasma having power and power densities of one million watts and 100 billion watts per liter, respectively. The optical power of the white light having the same temperature as the Sun was converted to electricity using commercial solar cells surrounding the plasma. - Burning Water and the SunCell



12/05/16 - Waves that Heal - Radiobiology - pdf
KeelyNet A short account of the theorles of G. Lakhovsky with r€sults obtained in the treatment of plants, animals and humsn beings. Lakhovsky has been criticised by physicists ignorant of biology and by biologists ignorant of physics. These self-appointed censors of knowledge soon found that were confronted with a redoubtable opponent who fully realised the value of experimental evidence. Its publication resulted in causing annoyance to the custodians of infallible doctrines who made up with carping verbiage what they lacked in clarity of vision.

But Lakhovsky's achievements with his oscillating circuits supported by astonishing photographs of regenerated tissues in plants and human beings could not be exploded by mere verbal fireworks, and as evidence accumulated the sceptism of hostile critics relapsed into a morose silence.

The indisputable fact remains that Lakhovsky was the first experimenter to make use of high frequency electro-magnetic waves in the domain of biology. Thus out of the application of radio-electricity to biology his work develped and gradually established the foundations of the new science of Radiobiology. Download the entire pdf at link above.

The diagram shows where the oscillating circuits should be worn, i.e. round the neck, waist, and above the elbows and knees. The effect is intensified if more than one circuit is worn. Generally speaking, the neck and waist are the favored sites and likeley to bring about the best results. - Waves that Heal - Radiobiology - pdf

12/05/16 - Woman Who Ate ‘Carbs All Day Every Day’ Drops 100 Lbs. After Eliminating Bread from Her Diet
KeelyNet Guice read about the ketogenic diet on Reddit, and was inspired by a woman’s photos who had a similar build to her. “I was like, I can do that — and I can still eat cheese!” she says of the diet that entails restricting carbs and eating fats as fuel instead. “I had heard about low-carb before and I thought I could never give up bread, but then I started reading about all you can still have.” Even though Guice was still able to eat dairy, eliminating carbs meant an extreme overhaul in her current diet.

“It was carbs all day every day — cereal for breakfast, nachos or a sandwich for lunch, pizza or pasta for dinner,” she says of her typical daily diet. “I didn’t really like vegetables so I rarely ate salad. Bread was the love of my life, and I didn’t understand what an appropriate portion was, so I was just eating however much I wanted.”

Now Guice gets a very small number of carbs from leafy greens, and sticks to a diet of mainly meat, vegetables and cheese. “A standard dinner would be spinach and chicken thighs cooked in butter, so I have the fat, the protein and then the leafy green as my carbs,” she says. “That was a big change from having pasta with pasta and a side of pasta!” Although it was hard to give up her beloved carbs, Guice was motivated to stay on track once she started losing weight.

“Seeing the results right away was super motivating,” she says. “I lost 11 lbs. in the first two weeks. I kept motivated by turning it into a habit. Now it feels weird not to go to the gym or not to log how many carbs I’m having. I do it because it’s what I do.”

“I really wanted to hit 100 lbs. down so I started an Instagram for more motivation and accountability,” she says. “I loved looking at other people’s fitness and weight loss accounts on Instagram, and having a community, especially other keto people, to see people’s food, and making friendships has made it a lot more fun. having people to talk to and get feedback from.”

On Guice’s 25th birthday in November, she reached her goal of losing 100 lbs., and says the best part of her weight loss journey has been “discovering I had cheekbones.” “I never thought I had cheekbones!” she says. “Shopping is a lot more fun too, and being able to have five racks of clothes to choose from instead of a half rack of plus-size clothing has been a big thing.”

KeelyNet Texas Woman Who Drank ‘At Least Every Other Day’ Loses 137 Lbs. After Cutting Out Alcohol and Carbs - Mitchell said she has initially lost weight in her early 20s by following the Atkins diet, but quickly gained it all back when she began reincorporating carbs into her diet. The weight gain left her feeling hopeless. “I had completely given up eating healthy and making good choices, and just ate comfort food, like tacos and hamburgers and chicken fried steak — really anything without any thought to calories or gaining weight,” she says. “I just had given up hope.” Mitchell was able to give up all of her vices, but admits, “It was pretty hard and I was pretty cranky.”

She adopted a ketogenic diet, which is based on eating adequate lean protein, low carbs, and fat macros based on your personal needs. Mitchell sticks to a diet of lean meat such as chicken, turkey, tuna and shrimp, green vegetables, healthy fats like avocado, and occasionally treats herself to brisket, bacon and hamburgers without buns. She also works out five days a week doing an hour to an hour and a half of weight lifting with a personal trainer.

Mitchell’s hard work has paid off. She has lost 137 lbs. over the past year and a half — and her whole life has changed for the better. “I hated how I looked, I hated looking at spaces and calculating if I had turn to my side, if I could fit through or if I had to go around, if I could fit into a booth,” she says. “I was not traveling, not going to my daughter’s events, making my husband go to the grocery store because I didn’t want to see anyone I knew.” - Woman Who Ate ‘Carbs All Day Every Day’ Drops 100 Lbs. After Eliminating Bread from Her Diet

12/05/16 - Trust Me, I am a Mechanical Engineer
Very good demonstration of how your driveshaft works - Trust Me, I am a Mechanical Engineer



12/05/16 - Businessman or Career Politician?
KeelyNet How do you settle a presidential election when the vote is too close to call? With a fishing contest in northern Wisconsin in January, of course!

After the first round of votes were counted, Hillary and Donald were deadlocked. Instead of going through a recount, they agreed to a week-long ice fishing contest to settle the election. Whoever caught the most fish at the end of the week would be the President.

They decided that a remote frozen lake in northern Wisconsin would be the ideal place. No observers were allowed on the fishing grounds, but both would need to have their catches verified and counted each night at 5 pm.

After Day 1, Trump returned with a total of 10 fish. Hillary came back with nothing.

Day 2 finished, and Trump caught another 20 fish, but Hillary once again came back with nothing. That night, Hillary and her cronies got together and accused Trump of being a “low-life, cheating, fishist, racist, sexist.”

Instead of fishing on Day 3, they planned to follow and spy on him to figure out how he was cheating. Day 3 finished up and Trump had an incredible day, adding 50 fish to his total!

That night, Hillary and her democratic cohorts got together for the full report on how Donald was cheating. Hillary stood up to give her report and said, “You are not going to believe this: he’s cutting holes in the ice!” And this story tells you all you need to know about the difference between a successful businessman and a career government politician. - Businessman or Career Politician?

12/05/16 - Google Earth Timelapse shows us how our planet has changed since 1984
In 2013, Google launched Timelapse — a Google Earth project that shows us how the Earth has changed in the last thirty years or so. Now, Google has updated Timelapse with the four past years of imagery — it now spans the period from 1984 to 2016 — and "petabytes" of new data, which includes new, sharper images.

The imagery gives you quite an amazing view into various processes that change the shape of our planet — deforestation, glacial motion, urbanization, war. Google offers a curated selection of interesting locations and events, such as the reconstruction of the Oakland Bay Bridge in San Francisco or the movement of the Hourihan Glacier in Antarctica.

You can, however, point the map to any location in the world and see how it changed over time (though the imagery might not be of the same quality everywhere). Google Earth Timelapse is available at https://earthengine.google.com/timelapse/. - Google Earth Timelapse shows us how our planet has changed since 1984

12/05/16 - Thanks To 'Fight For $15' Minimum Wage, McDonald's Unveils Job-Replacing Self-Service Kiosks Nationwide
KeelyNet Let’s start with automation. In 2013, when the Fight for $15 was still in its growth stage, I and others warned that union demands for a much higher minimum wage would force businesses with small profit margins to replace full-service employees with costly investments in self-service alternatives. At the time, labor groups accused business owners of crying wolf. It turns out the wolf was real.

Earlier this month, McDonald’s announced the nationwide roll-out of touchscreen self-service kiosks. In a video the company released to showcase the new customer experience, it’s striking to see employees who once would have managed a cash register now reduced to monitoring a customer’s choices at an iPad-style kiosk.

It’s not just McDonald’s that has embraced job-replacing technology. Numerous restaurant chains (both quick service and full service) have looked to computer tablets as a solution for rising labor costs that won't adversely impact the customer’s experience. Eatsa, a fully-automated restaurant concept, now has five locations—all in cities or states that have embraced a $15 minimum wage. And in a scene stolen from The Jetsons, the Starship delivery robot is now navigating the streets of San Francisco with groceries and other consumer goods. The company’s founder pointed to a rising minimum wage as a key factor driving the growth of his automated delivery business.

Of course, not all businesses have the capital necessary to shift from full-service to self-service. And that brings me to my next correct prediction—that a $15 minimum wage would force many small businesses to lay off staff, seek less-costly locations, or close altogether.

Tragically, these stories—in California in particular—are too numerous to cite in detail here. They include a bookstore in Roseville, a pub in Fresno, restaurants and bakeries in San Francisco, a coffee shop in Berkeley, grocery stores in Oakland, a grill in Santa Clara, and apparel manufacturers through the state. In September of this year, nearly one-quarter of restaurant closures in the Bay Area cited labor costs as one of the reasons for shutting down operations. And just this past week, a California-based communications firm announced it was moving 75 call center jobs from San Diego to El Paso, Texas, citing California’s rising minimum as the “deciding factor.”

Other states are also learning the same basic economic lesson: Customers have a limit to what they will pay for service. Voters in Washington, Colorado, Maine and Arizona voted to raise minimum wages on Election Day, convinced of the policy’s merits after millions of dollars were spent by union advocates. In the immediate aftermath, family-owned restaurants, coffee shops and even childcare providers have struggled to absorb the coming cost increase—with parents paying the cost through steeper childcare bills, and employees paying the cost through reduced shift hours or none at all.

Email from a friend - Seattle employees ask for REDUCED hours so that "jacked-up" minimum wage won't cost them subsidized housing: Gee, who could have seen this coming?

Now this is downright funny. They scream for a higher minimum wage, then, when they get it they complain because they make too much money to qualify for the free stuff, go figure. By jacking up minimum wage, Seattle has provided a valuable lesson in liberal economics. The plan has now backfired.

Nora Gibson, executive director of Full Life Care, told Seattle 's KIRO 7 TV, she saw a sudden reaction from workers when Seattle 's phased minimum-wage ordinance took effect in April, bringing minimum wage to $11 an hour. She said anecdotally, some people feared they would lose their subsidized housing so they have asked that their work hours be reduced to remain eligible for all government subsidies.

It doesn't stop at $11/hour. The law puts it up to $15 starting January 1, 2017, they will have to reduce their work hours even more to remain eligible for handouts. Good thing the minimum wage wasn't raised even higher, most would not work at all, they prefer to be spoon fed and remain on the government plantation. So now workers work fewer hours, but for the same take home pay,business' labor costs increase so prices increase, buyers (workers) pay more and no one is better off.

Remember free market capitalism? Under that system, the harder and smarter you worked, the higher your standard of living. But that was found to result in income inequality, so now we have a system where wealth is bestowed by bureaucrats, and working harder doesn't always make sense. Just a little bit at a time until America is gone, and turns into the next Argentina... AND YOU WONDER WHY TRUMP WON???!!!! - Thanks To 'Fight For $15' Minimum Wage, McDonald's Unveils Job-Replacing Self-Service Kiosks Nationwide

12/05/16 - Latest Hydrogen Breakthrough Trips Up Trump’s Coal Promise
In the latest development, a multinational research team has unlocked one of the mysteries behind plants’ natural ability to “split” water. The discovery provides foundational support for efforts to produce renewable hydrogen fuel with low cost, high efficiency water-splitting systems.

Eliminating the Department of Energy has become a favorite theme of Republican office-seekers. The theory seems to be that the private sector will pick up where taxpayer-funded projects leave off.

That may be true in some areas of research, but when you get down to the primary or financial level, market incentives practically evaporate. For example, the Internet as we know it today is the product of a Defense Department research program, for which each taxpaying member of the public can claim some credit. That kind of high-risk, high-reward investment requires a measure of time, human resources and dollars that are difficult if not impossible to assemble in the private sector.

If President-elect Trump can use his powers of persuasion to get private dollars to fill in for this kind of operation, good luck. Coal is here NOW, hydrogen has been in the future for decades and we still don't have it in common use, so keep that in mind when reading this idiotic article. - JWD - Latest Hydrogen Breakthrough Trips Up Trump’s Coal Promise

12/05/16 - Nikola One, America's first hydrogen-powered semi, is straight outta the future
With a claimed range of 1,200 miles and massive amounts of emissions-free power, could the Nikola One revolutionize trucking? Dubbed Nikola One, this Tron-like Class-8 rig has 1,000 horsepower and 2,000 pound-feet of torque. Just for comparison's sake, note that the D13 diesel engine from Volvo Trucks is good for anywhere from 375 to 500 horsepower and 1,450 to 1,850 pound-feet of torque. The Nikola One gets the job done with zero emissions. In other words, this could well be a game changer.

The One's hydrogen fuel cell feeds a set of high-density 320-kWh lithium batteries that power the fully electric drivetrain. This concept shown has six electric motors, one powering each axle. Because peak torque is reached the instant a foot touches the throttle, the Nikola One can shoot to 60 miles an hour in 30 seconds, compared to 60 seconds for a traditional diesel rig.

There's more to the One than just the powerplant. Nikola claims the truck will come with your option of one or two full-sized beds, a 40-inch curved 4K TV with Apple TV, Wi-Fi and 4G LTE connectivity, as well as a full-size refrigerator, freezer and microwave. I'm not joking when I say the concept is nicer than my house. An added benefit of getting rid of the diesel engine is better visibility. The driver sits farther forward and views the road through a panoramic glass windshield. An assortment of high-definition cameras, radar and sonar can produce a real-time aerial view of the truck and trailer, making blind spots a thing of the past. - Nikola One, America's first hydrogen-powered semi, is straight outta the future

12/05/16 - Africa’s Gigantic Solar Farm Could Soon Be Powering Europe
The Noor Ouarzazate Solar Complex in a Morroccan sun drenched desert spans the distance of 200 football fields. The plant is a part of Morocco's initiative to lessen its dependence on both imported energy and energy generated from non-renewable sources.

India may have the world’s largest solar plant, but Morocco is building a gigantic solar farm that could even power Europe. Dubbed as the Noor Ouarzazate Solar Complex (after the city near the place, nicknamed “the door to the desert”), this gigantic structure covers an area equivalent to about 200 football fields — roughly 1,400,000 sq m (15,000,000 sq ft) of desert.

The solar plant sits at the foot of the High Atlas mountains, 10 km (6 miles) away from Ouarzazate, where it’s exposed to around 330 days of pure sunshine. It has hundreds of mirrors, each about the size of a bus. These reflectors serve to focus energy from the sun onto synthetic oil flowing through a network of pipes. High-pressured water vapor, which powers a generator’s turbines, is produced using an oil super heated to about 350C (662F).

“It’s the same classic process used with fossil fuels, except that we are using the Sun’s heat as the source,” says Rachid Bayed of the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (Masen), which is behind the project’s implementation. Currently, the first phase of the Ouarzazate project called Noor 1 has exceeded the amount of energy expected to be produced. The plant continues to generate energy even after sunset, where surplus energy is stored in reservoirs of molten salts from sodium and potassium nitrate that can keep production going for three hours. - Africa’s Gigantic Solar Farm Could Soon Be Powering Europe

12/05/16 - Solar panel farm grows 17,000 tons of food without soil, pesticides, fossil fuels or groundwater

12/05/16 - Electrostatics to increase crop yield

12/05/16 - According to a news report, a certain private Catholic school was recently faced with a unique problem

12/05/16 - Battery made from a diamond and nuclear waste could last thousands of years

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12/05/16 - Barack Obama quietly ramps up another American war, this time in Somalia

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12/05/16 - Donald Trump is already helping the working class

12/05/16 - Time travellers could use parallel dimensions to visit the past, scientists claim

12/05/16 - New Obama vacation costs uncovered; They now exceed $70 million

12/05/16 - Lucid Motors to build electric vehicle plant in Arizona

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04/27/16 - The Mexistim Polarity Cycler
KeelyNet For over 12 years now, I have slept over a 3 X 4 foot wirescreen which is connected to my Mexistim on my nightstand. I leave it on all the time using the included AC/DC adapter. It uses very little electricity.

It helps me get a deep, healing sleep and I think of it as 'health maintenance' because of all the effects listed below which I have noticed from using this device.

There are now three Mexistim versions, the K.I.S.S. (green) model which is a direct clone of the machine used on over 10,000 people, the Basic I (red) model which uses 3vdc to the screen switching at about 15 minute cycles and the Universal II (blue) model which offers 8 options allowing you to choose between 3vdc or 4.5vdc, 3 or 15 minute switching times (approximate) and other settings so you can try what works best for you.

KeelyNet 1) Restful, sound sleep
..2) Increased red cell count
...3) Elimination of seasonal allergies
....4) Increased overall energy
.....5) No headaches
......6) No stomach pains or aches
.......7) No muscle pains
........8) Weight loss
.........9) Increase urination
.........10) Lighter color, less smelly urine

Now with free shipping to USA and Canada!

I wouldn't endorse or sell it if it didn't work for me and others who have reported their experiences. You can read more about the Mexistim units and buy one if you'd like at the following link. Thank you very much for your purchase! - JWD - Mexistim Website

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