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07/31/15 - Measuring quantum fluctuations
KeelyNet Even when an object such as an atom or subatomic particle is cooled into its lowest possible energy condition, or "ground state," it still experiences random fluctuations in its position and momentum thanks to the Heisenberg uncertainty principle: The better defined the position is, the more uncertain the momentum, and vice versa. In short, it's impossible to be motionless. This is not just true on the atomic scale, but also for extremely small, yet still macroscopic objects containing billions of atoms.

These fluctuations are very difficult to detect by conventional means because traditional linear amplification techniques always add some classical noise that can masquerade as "quantum fluctuations." Worse yet, trying to directly measure the energy of these fluctuations is impossible because this so-called "zero-point energy" cannot do any real work – that is, exert a force to move an object—making it in some sense "unreal."

Now Ray Simmonds and colleagues in NIST's Quantum Devices Group have devised and demonstrated a unique measurement system that is able to resolve quantum fluctuations of a tiny aluminum drum that vibrates at shortwave radio frequencies.

The system, which fits on a microchip, comprises three elements: the drumhead mechanical resonator; an attached inductor coil (which, combined with the drum element, functions as a microwave "cavity"–a structure that electrically resonates at about 10 GHz); and an electrically coupled "artificial atom" made from a superconducting Josephson junction (a tiny metal-insulator-metal sandwich).

Previously, the NIST researchers had worked extensively with the drum-and-coil cavity (an "optomechanical" combination) exploring how to cool the mechanical motion to its ground state and how to mechanically store or transfer information. The latest work, reported in Nature Physics, adds the artificial atom circuit, providing an ultra-sensitive detector of individual microwave photons trapped inside the electrical cavity.

First, they wanted to confirm that the mechanical resonator could be cooled to its ground state by showing that, in this state, it is impossible to remove energy from it. This involves the ability to exchange or "swap" energy back and forth between the mechanical phonons (quantized vibrations) and the photons of microwave light in the cavity. Next, they used a technique known as "parametric amplification" in order to amplify the zero-point fluctuations, which in turn altered the dimensions of the cavity, making the fluctuations "real" and affecting the cavity photons detectable by the artificial atom.

Both the swap and amplification processes are achieved through a coherent pumping of microwave radiation into the inductor coil of the optomechanical system. (See animation.) These processes originate from the fact that when the mechanical drum vibrates, its motion changes the resonant frequency of the electrical cavity.

Like FM radio, the motion of the drumhead is encoded in the changing frequency of the electrical cavity's tone. Pumping the system at a frequency below the resonance of the cavity by an amount equal to the mechanical vibration frequency produces the swap process, while pumping a mechanical frequency above the cavity resonance provides the amplification process.

Before performing these two experiments, the researchers tested the artificial atom measurement strategy, by creating known amounts of energy within the electrical cavity and reading those out using the artificial atom. This allowed them to characterize not only a coherent input of energy (basic oscillatory motion with a well-defined amplitude and phase) but also a noisy amount of energy –random amplitude and phase, equivalent to thermal heating. That distinction provided a way to differentiate between coherence and random fluctuations.

For each experiment, the researchers began by using the cold electrical cavity (precooled by a liquid helium refrigerator to 25 mK) to cool the mechanical drum's motion to nearly its quantum ground state using previously established techniques. After swapping the mechanical phonons for electrical photons, they used the artificial atom to verify that there was below a single phonon (0.25 on average) in the mechanics.

For the second test, a parametric pump tone is turned on in order to amplify any motion in the mechanical drum. Simmonds described it like this, "The parametric amplification process adds more photons to the cavity and more phonons to the mechanics proportional to how many phonons started in the drum, even if those phonons are coming from noisy quantum fluctuations. After the pump is on for a little while, these real photons fill the cavity and look like excess heat that can be measured by the artificial atom."

Every amplification process has a "gain" or the multiplicative amount by which the number of photons and phonons is increased from their initial value. The team's Florent Lecocq, who fabricated the chip and performed the experiments, put it this way, "Classically, if nothing is there to begin with, then any number (or gain) times zero is still zero. Even a large gain cannot reveal what's not there. But, due to quantum physics, as Heisenberg realized long ago, this strange, incessant random motion must persist, and this can be amplified."

The researchers determined the gain of their system by amplifying a known amount of coherent motion. After amplifying the system from its ground state, they divide the result by their known gain and thereby reveal that there must have been exactly one quantum of zero-point fluctuations to begin with.

The same system, with modifications, could be used in reverse: The artificial atom could generate specific phonon states on-demand. It could also be employed to explore the quantum dynamics of the mechanical oscillator, or to generate quantum entanglement between phonons and photons. (Click link for videos) - Measuring quantum fluctuations

07/31/15 - The Mechanical Battery
KeelyNet The most promising way of storing energy for the future might come from a more unlikely source, and one that far predates any battery: the flywheel.

In principle, a flywheel is nothing more than a wheel on an axle which stores and regulates energy by spinning continuously. The device is one of humanity’s oldest and most familiar technologies: it was in the potter’s wheel six thousand years ago, as a stone tablet with enough mass to rotate smoothly between kicks of a foot pedal; it was an essential component in the great machines that brought on the industrial revolution; and today it’s under the hood of every automobile on the road, performing the same function it has for millennia—now regulating the strokes of pistons rather than the strokes of a potter’s foot.

Ongoing research, however, suggests that humanity has yet to seize the true potential of the flywheel. When spun up to very high speeds, a flywheel becomes a reservoir for a massive amount of kinetic energy, which can be stored or drawn back out at will. It becomes, in effect, an electromechanical battery.

The capabilities of such a device are as extraordinary as its unique design. A traditional lead-acid cell— the battery most often used in heavy-duty power applications— stores energy at a density of 30-40 watt-hours per kilogram: enough to power a 100-watt bulb for about 20 minutes. A flywheel-based battery, on the other hand, can reach energy densities 3-4 times higher, at around 100-130 watt-hours per kilogram. Unlike the battery, the flywheel can also store and discharge all that energy rapidly without being damaged, meaning it can charge up to full capacity within minutes instead of hours and deliver up to one hundred times more power than a conventional battery.

What’s more, it’s unaffected by extreme temperatures, boasts an efficiency of 85-95%, and has a lifespan measured in decades rather than years. - The Mechanical Battery

07/31/15 - Earth's Quarantine: Van Allen Radiation Belt
A field of radiation that surrounds the planet with 25,000 miles in length. No organic unit can go through this field of radiation which as shown here, it was felt about 600 miles away from it... If the ill effects of the Van Allen Radiation Belt were felt 600 miles away from it, what makes you think that you can withstand 25,000 miles of traveling through it? We can send machines; and thats how we got the moon rocks pictures etc.. we also send machines to Mars Saturn and many other places. (Click link for videos) - Earth's Quarantine: Van Allen Radiation Belt

07/31/15 - Bogus Reentry Vehicles
All manned space travel is fake. The real reason we don't have a moon base, a floating space dock, and a Jetsons-like future is that we can't even get into low earth orbit. The International Space Station is a hoax faked with tricks that simulate zero gravity. Some shots are taken in an airplane simulating zero gravity, other scenes are taken with CGI and suspension of the astronauts by wires in front of a blue screen. Space walks are faked in a custom built swimming pool.

When astronauts go to the ISS they actually hide in the astronaut facility Star City Moscow. All manned space programs are run by the government. There are some civilian space agencies, usually run by ex-govt employees, but they don't do much in space. It's a govt-run hoax that started in the Cold War and strangely continues to this day. These days the Chinese are in on the space hoax too with the Shenzhou reentry vehicle and the fake moon probe Jade Rabbit.

Manned space reentry vehicles would be destroyed by the huge heat of reentry; the pressure; and would be aerodynamically unstable. Even space-going ICBMs are a hoax. The detached shock wave, which supposedly solved the reentry problems, is a fictional technology of the space race invented by Harvey Allen. - Bogus Reentry Vehicles

07/31/15 - Japanese scientists fire a 2 quadrillion-watt laser
KeelyNet Scientist from University of Osaka claim have fired the world's most powerful laser. The beam was intact for 2-petawatt, pulse lasted just one picosecond.

While it produced a huge amount of power, the energy required for the beam itself is equivalent to that needed to power a microwave for two seconds.

An associate professor of electrical engineering at Osaka University Junji Kawanaka says “With heated competition in the world to improve the performance of lasers, our goal now is to increase our output to 10 petawatts.”

The researchers say that the laser “instantaneously concentrated energy equivalent to 1,000 times the world’s electricity consumption and entered the record books as the most powerful laser beam ever emitted.” This giant laser is 100 meters long and can emit a beam that’s as powerful as 2 petawatts (i.e., 2 quadrillion watts). (Click link for video) - Japanese scientists fire a 2 quadrillion-watt laser

07/31/15 - Are We Reaching the Electric Car Tipping Point?
Geoff Ralston has an interesting essay explaining why is likely that electric car penetration in the US will take off at an exponential rate over the next 5-10 years rendering laughable the paltry predictions of future electric car sales being made today. Present projections assume that electric car sales will slowly increase as the technology gets marginally better, and as more and more customers choose to forsake a better product (the gasoline car) for a worse, yet "greener" version.

According to Ralston this view of the future is, simply, wrong. — electric cars will take over our roads because consumers will demand them. "Electric cars will be better than any alternative, including the loud, inconvenient, gas-powered jalopy," says Ralston. "The Tesla Model S has demonstrated that a well made, well designed electric car is far superior to anything else on the road. This has changed everything."

The Tesla Model S has sold so well because, compared to old-fashioned gasoline cars it is more fun to drive, quieter, always "full" every morning, more roomy, and it continuously gets better with automatic updates and software improvements. According to Ralston the tipping point will come when gas stations, not a massively profitable business, start to go out of business as many more electric cars are sold, making gasoline powered vehicles even more inconvenient.

When that happens even more gasoline car owners will be convinced to switch. Rapidly a tipping point will be reached, at which point finding a convenient gas station will be nearly impossible and owning a gasoline powered car will positively suck. "The future of automotive transportation is an electric one and you can expect that future to be here soon." - Are We Reaching the Electric Car Tipping Point?

07/31/15 - Sharp Announces Sales of DC Powered Air Conditioner
KeelyNet Sharp has announced that sales of DC powered air conditioners will begin by the end of the year. Most appliances use the standard AC electricity supply in homes, but as solar panels become more common switching to DC can save on conversion losses.

Solar panels produce DC, which is then typically converted to AC before being fed into the house's wiring, and then converted back to DC again by appliances. Sharp has announced that it intends to produce a range of DC powered appliances for home use. (It's about time companies realized how much more efficient DC is over short distances. Kudos to Sharp for making quality DC appliances and tools available! - JWD - Sharp Announces Sales of DC Powered Air Conditioner

07/31/15 - World's First White Lasers
KeelyNet Scientists and engineers at Arizona State University, in Tempe, have created the first lasers that can shine light over the full spectrum of visible colors. The device's inventors suggest the laser could find use in video displays, solid-state lighting, and a laser-based version of Wi-Fi.

Although previous research has created red, blue, green and other lasers, each of these lasers usually only emitted one color of light. Creating a monolithic structure capable of emitting red, green, and blue all at once has proven difficult because it requires combining very different semiconductors. Growing such mismatched crystals right next to each other often results in fatal defects throughout each of these materials. But now scientists say they've overcome that problem.

The heart of the new device is a sheet only nanometers thick made of a semiconducting alloy of zinc, cadmium, sulfur, and selenium. The sheet is divided into different segments. When excited with a pulse of light, the segments rich in cadmium and selenium gave off red light; those rich in cadmium and sulfur emitted green light; and those rich in zinc and sulfur glowed blue.

The technological advance puts lasers one step closer to being a mainstream light source and potential replacement or alternative to light emitting diodes (LEDs). Lasers are brighter, more energy efficient, and can potentially provide more accurate and vivid colors for displays like computer screens and televisions. Ning's group has already shown that their structures could cover as much as 70 percent more colors than the current display industry standard.

Another important application could be in the future of visible light communication in which the same room lighting systems could be used for both illumination and communication. The technology under development is called Li-Fi for light-based wireless communication, as opposed to the more prevailing Wi-Fi using radio waves. Li-Fi could be more than 10 times faster than current Wi-Fi, and white laser Li-Fi could be 10 to 100 times faster than LED based Li-Fi currently still under development.

"The concept of white lasers first seems counterintuitive because the light from a typical laser contains exactly one color, a specific wavelength of the electromagnetic spectrum, rather than a broad-range of different wavelengths. White light is typically viewed as a complete mixture of all of the wavelengths of the visible spectrum," said Ning, who also spent extended time at Tsinghua University in China during several years of the research.

In typical LED-based lighting, a blue LED is coated with phosphor materials to convert a portion of the blue light to green, yellow and red light. This mixture of colored light will be perceived by humans as white light and can therefore be used for general illumination.

Sandia National Labs in 2011 produced high-quality white light from four separate large lasers. The researchers showed that the human eye is as comfortable with white light generated by diode lasers as with that produced by LEDs, inspiring others to advance the technology. - World's First White Lasers

07/31/15 - Kentucky Man Arrested After Shooting Down Drone


Hillview, Kentucky resident William H. Merideth describes his weekend: "Sunday afternoon, the kids – my girls – were out on the back deck, and the neighbors were out in their yard. And they come in and said, 'Dad, there's a drone out here, flying over everybody's yard.'" Merideth's neighbors saw it too. "It was just hovering above our house and it stayed for a few moments and then she finally waved and it took off," said neighbor Kim VanMeter. Merideth grabbed his shotgun and waited to see if the drone crossed over his property. When it did, he took aim and shot it out of the sky.

The owners showed up shortly, and the police right after. He was arrested and charged with first degree criminal mischief and first degree wanton endangerment before being released the next day. Merideth says he will pursue legal action against the drone's owner: "He didn't just fly over. If he had been moving and just kept moving, that would have been one thing -- but when he come directly over our heads, and just hovered there, I felt like I had the right. You know, when you're in your own property, within a six-foot privacy fence, you have the expectation of privacy. We don't know if he was looking at the girls. We don't know if he was looking for something to steal. To me, it was the same as trespassing."

Police say the owner of the drone claimed he was flying it to get pictures of a friend's house -- and that the cost of the drone was over $1,800. Merideth was arrested and charged with first degree criminal mischief and first degree wanton endangerment. He was booked into the Bullitt County Detention Center, and released on Monday.

"It was just hovering above our house and it stayed for a few moments and then she finally waved and it took off," said neighbor Kim VanMeter. VanMeter has a 16-year-old daughter who lays out at their pool. She says a drone hovering with a camera is creepy and weird. "I just think you should have privacy in your own backyard," she said.

Merideth agrees and said he had to go see for himself. “Well, I came out and it was down by the neighbor’s house, about 10 feet off the ground, looking under their canopy that they’ve got under their back yard," Merideth said. "I went and got my shotgun and I said, ‘I’m not going to do anything unless it’s directly over my property.’" That moment soon arrived, he said.

"Within a minute or so, here it came," he said. "It was hovering over top of my property, and I shot it out of the sky." "I didn't shoot across the road, I didn't shoot across my neighbor's fences, I shot directly into the air," he added. It wasn't long before the drone's owners appeared. "Four guys came over to confront me about it, and I happened to be armed, so that changed their minds," Merideth said.

"They asked me, 'Are you the S-O-B that shot my drone?' and I said, 'Yes I am,'" he said. "I had my 40 mm Glock on me and they started toward me and I told them, 'If you cross my sidewalk, there's gonna be another shooting.'" (How can we not back this guy up to his right to privacy in his own fenced backyard? - JWD

Drone owner disputes shooter's story; produces video he claims shows flight path - The drone owner has come forward with video and his own version of what happened. WDRB News has obtained video of William Merideth's arrest. Merideth was charged with wanton endangerment and criminal mischief for shooting down a drone over his Hillview home. "No, I'm not going to relax!" Merideth says in the video. "I don't give a [EXPLETIVE] about him. And I don't give a [EXPLETIVE] about your [EXPLETIVE] drone and you keep video taping. I know exactly what I did."

The owner of the drone, David Boggs, just released the flight data recorder from his iPad, saying it tracks the drone's path. In a video Boggs sent WDRB, he comments on drone's path 40 seconds before, during and after the incident. "We are now one minute and 18 seconds into the flight," he says on the video. "We are now 193 feet above the ground. This area here is the world-famous drone slayer home, and this is a neighbor's home, and our friends live over here, and over here, and over here. You will see now that we did not go below this altitude -- we even went higher -- nor did we hover over their house to look in. And for sure didn't descend down to no 10 feet, or look under someone's canopy, or at somebody's daughter."

"We are right now one minute, 56 seconds over the drone slayer's house. We're still not on his property line -- we're just now getting ready to cross it....In less than two seconds...we are outside of his property, still at 272 feet. He shot the drone here, and you'll see it rapidly lose altitude, and the drone crash. Boom -- there it goes. Crazy, in the words of the great Paul Harvey, now you know the rest of the story." - Kentucky Man Arrested After Shooting Down Drone

07/31/15 - Amazon Proposes Dedicated Airspace For Drones
Amazon has published two new position papers which lay out its vision for future drone regulation. Under Amazon's plan, altitudes under 200ft would be reserved for basic hobbyist drones and those used for things like videography and inspection.

Altitudes between 200ft and 400ft would be designated for "well-equipped vehicles" capable of operating autonomously out of line of sight. They would need sophisticated GPS tracking, a stable data uplink, communications capabilities with other drones, and sensors to avoid collisions. This, of course, is where Amazon would want to operate its drone delivery fleet.

From 400ft to 500ft would be a no-fly zone buffer between the drone airspace and integrated airspace. Amazon's plan also makes room for "predefined low-risk areas," where hobbyists and other low-tech drones can fly higher than the 200ft ceiling.

"Additionally, it is Amazon's view that air traffic management operations should follow a 'managed by exception' approach. This means operators are always aware of what the fleet is doing, yet they only intervene in significant off-nominal cases." - Amazon Proposes Dedicated Airspace For Drones

07/31/15 - Robotics/AI Experts Urge Ban On Autonomous Weapons
KeelyNet An open letter published by the Future of Life Institute urges governments to ban offensive autonomous weaponry. The letter is signed by high profile leaders in the science community and tech industry, such as Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, Steve Wozniak, Noam Chomsky, and Frank Wilczek. It's also signed — more importantly — by literally hundreds of expert researchers in robotics and AI.

They say, "The key question for humanity today is whether to start a global AI arms race or to prevent it from starting. If any major military power pushes ahead with AI weapon development, a global arms race is virtually inevitable, and the endpoint of this technological trajectory is obvious: autonomous weapons will become the Kalashnikovs of tomorrow. Unlike nuclear weapons, they require no costly or hard-to-obtain raw materials, so they will become ubiquitous and cheap for all significant military powers to mass-produce."

Autonomous weapons select and engage targets without human intervention. They might include, for example, armed quadcopters that can search for and eliminate people meeting certain pre-defined criteria, but do not include cruise missiles or remotely piloted drones for which humans make all targeting decisions. Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has reached a point where the deployment of such systems is — practically if not legally — feasible within years, not decades, and the stakes are high: autonomous weapons have been described as the third revolution in warfare, after gunpowder and nuclear arms.

It will only be a matter of time until they appear on the black market and in the hands of terrorists, dictators wishing to better control their populace, warlords wishing to perpetrate ethnic cleansing, etc. Autonomous weapons are ideal for tasks such as assassinations, destabilizing nations, subduing populations and selectively killing a particular ethnic group. We therefore believe that a military AI arms race would not be beneficial for humanity. There are many ways in which AI can make battlefields safer for humans, especially civilians, without creating new tools for killing people. (Click link for videos) - Robotics/AI Experts Urge Ban On Autonomous Weapons

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07/27/15 - Is There A Bermuda Triangle In Space?
KeelyNet We’ve all heard of the Bermuda Triangle here on Earth where strange and unsolved mysteries take place, but have you heard of the one in space?

The “Bermuda Triangle” of Space - “There's a place more than 500 kilometers above the Atlantic Ocean where space station computers suddenly crash, space telescopes can't operate and satellites shutdown. Some people call this zone the "Bermuda Triangle of Space.”

What is Space Radiation? - “Radiation may be defined as energy in transit in the form of high-speed particles and electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic radiation is very common in our everyday lives in the form visible light, radio and television waves, and microwaves. Radiation is divided into two categories - ionizing radiation and non-ionizing radiation.”

The Bermuda Triangle of Space: The High-Energy South Atlantic Anomaly Threatens Satellites - “The effects of radiation are part of the price of doing business in space. There are solar flares, random magnetic distortions and what some NASA scientists call euphemistically the “killer electrons” of the Van Allen radiation belts.”

(Thanks to Norm for sharing this part. - JWD) - - Casson, in his book "The Hubble Wars", went to great lengths to explain why the Hubble Telescope cannot acquire data while it transitions this area in space, starting from Brazil in South America across the Atlantic to the Southern tip of Africa.

He points out the fact that in the early 60s our government detonated a "thermo-nuclear bomb" (mega tons) in this precise place in space and did "permanent damage/distortion" to the Van Allen Belt, a "dip" which goes down to 200 miles above the Earth surface.

Ever since, all electronics suffer loss and severe degradation while passing through this area of space just below the Van Allen Belt. The general public has no clue about this ill advised nuclear test. The damage done is "permanent"!!! The producers of this video should have known of this!


Now I always heard electronics flake out on and near the equator. Motor electrical systems and generators stop or barely function if at all. That the cause was the flipping of the poles at the Bloch wall as described by Rawls/Davis in their amazing research on the properties of magnetic fields so that magnetic fields cancel which suppress the flow of electrons.

You'll note that quenching of electron flow is often mentioned in UFO cases where car engines and electronics stop but resume when the UFO goes away. - JWD - (Clink on link for video) - Is There A Bermuda Triangle In Space?

07/27/15 - High-energy electrons streaking into Earth's atmosphere from space


Potentially destructive high-energy electrons streak into Earth's atmosphere from space, not as Shakespeare's "gentle rain from heaven," but at velocities approaching the speed of light.

This particle onslaught can lead to ozone depletion and damage to the orbital satellites that provide us with the navigation, communication, weather, and military-recognizance information upon which we have become increasingly dependent. These satellites fly through the Van Allen radiation belts -- giant concentric layers of charged particles held in place by the Earth's magnetic field. An increase in particle density and charge brought about by solar activity can raise the level of threat to our critical satellites.

"This is exciting for us because we are integrating data collected by our instruments with the data from NASA's Van Allen Probes," says Millan, an associate professor of physics and astronomy. "These are the most direct measurements that have ever been made that link what's going on at the equator to what's coming into the atmosphere in the southern polar region. We are measuring particles that are getting scattered into Earth's atmosphere at the same time as the spacecraft are measuring what's going on in space." Millan uses instruments carried aloft by balloons launched from Antarctica, rising as high as 125,000 feet. Supported by NASA, the project is called BARREL, an acronym for Balloon Array for Radiation belt Relativistic Electron Losses. The instruments record the X-rays produced as the falling electrons collide with the atmosphere.

"Earth's magnetic field looks like that of a bar magnet," Millan says. "If you follow from the equatorial plane down to the poles, particles move along those magnetic field lines. That's why we see the aurora in the northern and southern hemispheres."

The second source of information, also a NASA project, comprises the two Van Allen Probe satellites launched in 2012. The probes circle the Earth in eccentric orbits around the equator at altitudes of up to 20,000 miles. Flying in nearly identical eccentric orbits circling the Earth every nine hours, they cover the entire radiation belt region. The Van Allen radiation belts exist as two separate rings, with an outer one orbiting at a distance of some 8,000 to 40,000 miles, and an inner band at about 600 to 3,700 miles.

"Our paper looked at plasma waves," says Millan. "These are like sound waves in air except that now you are in an ionized gas so the electric and magnetic fields are affected." Millan describes a solar flare that occurred in January 2014, releasing a burst of solar wind particles that hit and disturbed Earth's magnetic field. That created a particular kind of wave called "plasmaspheric hiss," examples of which have been observed for decades in the dense plasma region that encircles the Earth in the upper reaches of the atmosphere.

"What the paper shows is that we observed these waves at the location of the Van Allen probes. We saw electric and magnetic field variations that displayed a pattern, matching the variations in the X-rays we were recording in Antarctica," Millan says. "We concluded that those waves were causing the electrons to be scattered, yielding a new understanding of how the particles are getting kicked into the atmosphere. We are learning about processes that can affect our lives directly, when active in our planetary environment. These same processes are probably happening throughout the universe and, with the tools at our disposal, we can study them in detail right here."

Video #1 - This video released by NASA about the upcoming Orion space exploration craft, shows a NASA scientist admitting that they still haven't worked out how to properly shield the spacecraft from the radiation emitted from the Van Allen belts.

Video #2 - Apollo astronaut gets all tangled up trying to say they did fly through the Van Allen belts, which was impossible then and now.

Video #3 - Armstrong Refuses To Swear On The Bible He walked On The Moon. And others also refused, often violently.

Video #4 - APOLLO 17's EUGENE CERNAN Swears on the bible that he went to the moon. (Clink on link for videos) - High-energy electrons streaking into Earth's atmosphere from space

07/27/15 - Miracle motorbike that goes 500km… on a liter of water!
A Brazilian man, Ricardo Azevedo from Sao Paulo, has shown off his wonder bike to the world. The magic machine can travel up to 500 kilometers on a liter of water.

The so-called “T Power H20” vehicle is powered by water and an external car battery to produce electricity and split the hydrogen from the water molecules. In the video, Azevedo first drinks from the bottle, proving that it’s indeed water and not some kind of other fuel. Then he fills the canister and rides off.

Azevedo also demonstrates how the bike works. The inventor shows that even polluted waters from the Tiete River can be used to fuel the vehicle. The Brazilian is promoting his creation as an environment-friendly machine.

“The advantage of this motorcycle, which works with the hydrogen that comes from the water, is that the result that comes out of the exhaust is water vapor. This is different from gasoline, which [produces] carbon monoxide," he told RT. - Miracle motorbike that goes 500km… on a liter of water!

07/27/15 - Spiral magnet motor selfrunning for about 5 minutes
Magnetica solenoid interfered by two Spin Nodimio of ceramic magnets. No breaks Entropia. "Estimated time of rotation A, ranges from 4 to 6 minutes. In this case the strip-shaped solenoid that DMEPOS Nodimio by 200 points at both ends of the strip, the first / last 20 are reverse biased, so to pass the Compass ends abruptly changed. Prototypes made to study different stages or curb and asceleración breaks on logarithmic magnetic pseudoespirales. - Spiral magnet motor selfrunning for about 5 minutes

07/27/15 - Home Production of Electricity From Natural Gas?
KeelyNet One of the major drawbacks of carbon-fueled battery cells is the intrinsic presence of CO2, which impedes CO oxidation and, therefore, lowers the energy density of the cell. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, researchers at Nanjing Tech University and Curtin University in Perth describe a novel dual-phase ion-conducting ceramic membrane that is absolutely gas-tight but highly permeable for CO2. Integrated in a solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC) with solid carbon as an energy carrier, it enables efficient removal of CO2 resulting in enhanced power density of the electrochemical cell.

Prof. Zongping Shao and colleagues chose a different approach by developing electrochemical power supplies on the basis of solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFC) using solid carbon as a fuel. Their novel carbon–air battery has its fuel container—catalytically activated carbon—integrated by anode support. Its most prominent feature, however, is the addition of a ceramic membrane that has been specially designed to allow efficient CO2 separation and thus increase fuel utilization efficiency.

In the battery, CO2 is formed at the electrode and then reacts with the carbon fuel to form gaseous CO, which can diffuse quickly to the electrodes and thus enhance the reaction rates. However, to obtain high energy densities, CO2 has to be separated from CO. Ceramic membranes can provide CO2 permeability through high carbonate conductivity, but, as the authors explain, it is rather the oxygen ion conducting phase, not the carbonate conductivity, which is critical for efficient CO2 permeation.

Therefore, the researchers selected a samarium-containing cerium oxide (SDC) material, which is characterized by its high ionic conductivity. Sintering formed a porous SDC scaffold with fused particles to provide efficient oxygen ion conducting paths. The void spaces were then completely filled with molten carbonate to form a densified SDC–carbonate dual-phase membrane. This novel membrane not only proved to be perfectly gas-tight, but also provided a temperature-dependent excellent CO2 permeation flux much higher than the values reported for similar membranes. - Home Production of Electricity From Natural Gas?

07/27/15 - The Nazis of NASA and the Infinite Plane
This video covers orthodox science collusion with NASA to promote the earth as a sphere, when it is a plane. You need to watch this, it will fire up your brain with so many questions and anomalies not explainable unless the earth is flat. Why does the horizon, anywhere on the earth, not curve??? (Clink on link for video) - The Nazis of NASA and the Infinite Plane

07/27/15 - Overunity magnet motor released!
KeelyNet Stefan Hartmann writes (free_energy yahoo group): Hi All, please have a look at the new overunity permanent magnet motor from Mr. Henry Sprain. He has a patent for it and it is the first real overunity motor generating more mechanical output than needed for the electromagnet to kick the rotor over the sticking spot. This is the first OVERUNITY magnet motor released to the public ! It produces more mechanical power than needed electrical input power for the electromagnet. It is the video from Mr. Paul Harry Sprain. I had signed NDA for it and now he has released it to the world!

It is simular to the Takahaski design and Mr. Sprain has got a patent for it. The electromagnet at the end of the spiral stator switches for just a few Mikroseconds the field to zero flux density, so the rotor can escape the stator fields. For the rest of the rotation circle the rotor is purely accelerated into the track. All magnets are in attraction mode, stator and rotor magnets! This is so far the best magnet motor shown. Congratulations Mr. Sprain for this success for presenting the first overunity permanent magnet motor to the world !

Mr. Sprain wrote to me [Stefan]: I have been working on this project for 4 years. I have spent a little under a million dollars. I have a patent and a working prototype (see attached photos). The rotational force is measured using a torque sensor that allows me to put it under load just like a real generator. I have measured the energy going into the electromagnet voltage and current. It comes from a digital power supply so there is no guessing as to what is being used. I'm using a super perm alloy core for the electromagnet. A digital encoder controls the firing of the electromagnet. My results:

out-.6 Nm at 10 radian/sec = 6W
in-19.8v @ 1.9A = 37.62W each pulse is .028ms = 1.05 W per pulse 3 pulses
per/sec = 3.1W total input

Please see patent 6,954,019 - Apparatus and process for generating energy - Energy is generated by an apparatus and process which utilize magnetic forces to move a rotor in a circular direction to turn a rotor shaft. This apparatus and process convert magnetic energy into mechanical force or electrical energy. - Thank you, Paul Sprain - Overunity magnet motor released!

07/27/15 - $100 million search for ET
Internet investor Yuri Milner joins with Berkeley in $100 million search for extraterrestrial intelligence, by By Robert Sanders - The Breakthrough Prize Foundation and its founder, internet investor Yuri Milner, have signed a contract with UC Berkeley to lead a major escalation in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI.

The foundation has committed $100 million over 10 years to UC Berkeley and other participating institutions for a project called Breakthrough Listen, the most comprehensive scientific SETI project yet.

The Breakthrough Prize Foundation has already contracted with two of the world’s largest radio telescopes – the 100-meter Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia and the 64-meter Parkes Telescope in New South Wales, Australia – to devote between 20 and 25 percent of their telescope time to searching for signals from other civilizations. The funding will also allow the Automated Planet Finder at the Lick Observatory near San Jose to search for optical laser signals from other planets.

The initiative was announced by Milner today (July 20) in London at The Royal Society, where he was joined by physicist Stephen Hawking, Astronomer Royal Martin Rees, SETI research pioneer Frank Drake, UC Berkeley astronomy professor Geoff Marcy and postdoctoral fellow Andrew Siemion, and foundation chairman Peter Worden... (via - Silly boys, another $100 million pissed away...way more logical to spend at least a part of that money on gravity dimming research and we can find them or chase them down to get the answer! - JWD - $100 million search for ET

07/27/15 - Holograms and False Flags
KeelyNet How far has technology advanced without your knowing? This is one of four video's to be released 'public' by the end of May 2015. Share if you like. It's currently unlisted so I can finish the other two videos I'm working on. Thanks, and I hope you enjoy Have the distractions swayed you from the realizations that technology has 'time warped' in it's advancement 'as of, or around' the 1930's or 1940's?

Have the distractions swayed you from the realities that planet earth is full of resources that are threatened by forces that may imply an outside force, or race of beings that care not for human beings? OR is it all a part of a scheme / plan called 'Project Blue Beam?' Have we even been to Mars? Is there a relationship between an ancient race of beings / aliens and humans? Some evidence in the video to bring you to think some more. You be the judge.

Does anything in this video sound familiar? If they are alien holograms, how does one explain the aliens caught on video, being filmed? Oh, body holograms (like those rockets hologrammed as planes spreading all them chem trails through the skies? One would not be comfortable knowing there were that many rockets roaming over head, would they?).

Or, is there an actual race of species / aliens, protecting the planet earth? Or are the fallen angels? That which is presented in this video will surely bring you to ponder all that which currently be (my motive). (Clink on link for video) - Holograms and False Flags

07/27/15 - People With Mental Disorders are Clear-Headed Before Death
People with schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, and other conditions that cause severely impaired mental functioning, have sometimes inexplicably recovered their memories and clarity of mind shortly before death. Their minds have seemed to return in an amazingly complete and coherent form, even as their brains have deteriorated further than ever.

Patients who aren’t even able to remember their own names for years may suddenly recognize their family members and have normal conversations with them about the past, present, and future. No one knows how this happens.

For example, Scott Haig, M.D., wrote in an article for Time Magazine about a young patient of his named David whose tumor-riddled brain didn’t stop him from becoming lucid moments before his death. David had stopped speaking and moving in the weeks before his death. When his head was scanned, “There was barely any brain left,” Dr. Haig explained. But on the night David died, he spent about five minutes fully conscious, saying goodbye to his family.

“It wasn’t David’s brain that woke him up to say goodbye,” Haig said. “His brain had already been destroyed. Tumor metastases don’t simply occupy space and press on things, leaving a whole brain. The metastases actually replace tissue. … The brain is just not there.

“Some patients for whom life support has been withdrawn may manifest an unexplained transient surge of electroencephalographic activity [electrical activity in the brain] as blood pressure is lost immediately prior to death. Although these patients have not been reported to show any clinical evidence of cognition, these findings suggest that the neuroscience of terminal states may be more complex than traditionally thought.” - People With Mental Disorders are Clear-Headed Before Death

07/27/15 - Astronomers are dying, coincidence or something bigger?
KeelyNet Planet X and the Mysterious Death of Dr. Robert Harrington - YOWUSA.COM, 22-May-2008 Dr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, died before he could publicize the fact that Planet X is approaching our Solar System. Many feel his death part of a cove-up? One in which government agencies quickly moved to conceal the most earth-shaking discovery in history. If so, the search for truth begins in New Zealand. In 1991, Dr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, took a puny 8-inch telescope to Black Birch, New Zealand, one of the few viewing points on Earth optimal for sighting Planet X, which he definitively calculated to be approaching from below the ecliptic at an angle of 40 degrees.

However, the source below quotes Dr. Harrington as predicting 30 degrees, not 40. The Independent, September 18, 1990 Lexical priming and the properties of text, quotation of British newspaper, Dr Harrington says the most remarkable feature predicted for Planet X is that its orbit is tilted 30 degrees away from the ecliptic, the main plane of the solar system, where all previous searches have concentrated. His models also predict a greater distance from the Sun, about 10 billion miles, or between two or three times as distant as Pluto.

By analyzing time-lapse photographs using the "blink comparison" technique, originated by famed Pluto discoverer, Clyde Tombaugh, Dr. Harrington proved that Planet X was indeed inbound into our Solar System. Harrington sent back reports of this ominous discovery, but died of what was reported to be esophageal cancer before he could pack up his telescope and come home to hold what would have been a highly publicized press conference. The source below indicates that Harrington began the search at Black Birch in April, 1991, two years before his death. However, considering the painstaking process of trying to find a distant needle in a very large haystack, two years is not much time at all.

Video info - If you ask a 2012 doomsday proponent about the Google Sky Blank Spot you'll undoubtedly hear that it's an effort to cover-up the truth about Nibiru. This video explores the claim in detail while exploring the stitching error, the Digitized Sky Survey and obtaining data directly via telescope.

Update: Aug 24 '11 -- The original video of which this is a response too has finally been removed from YouTube with the following message "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy against spam, scams, and commercially deceptive content." Chalk up one for the good guys! (Clink on link for video) - Astronomers are dying, coincidence or something bigger?

07/27/15 - Say NO to Hillary Clinton in 2016!

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07/23/15 - A robot just passed the self-awareness test
Roboticists at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York have built a trio of robots that were put through the classic 'wise men puzzle' test of self-awareness - and one of them passed.

In the puzzle, a fictional king is choosing a new advisor and gathers the three wisest people in the land. He promises the contest will be fair, then puts either a blue or white hat on each of their heads and tells them all that the first person to stand up and correctly deduce the colour of their own hat will become his new advisor.

Selmer Bringsjord set up a similar situation for the three robots - two were prevented from talking, then all three were asked which one was still able to speak. All attempt to say "I don't know", but only one succeeds - and when it hears its own voice, it understands that it was not silenced, saying "Sorry, I know now!" We can assume that all three robots were coded the same, technically, all three have passed this self-awareness test.

It might sound a pretty simple task for a human, but it's not for a robot - the bot must listen to and understand the question, then hear their own voice saying "I don't know" and recognise it as distinct from another robot's voice, then connect that with the original question to conclude that they hadn't been silenced. (Clink the link for video) - A robot just passed the self-awareness test

07/23/15 - Burying my Goldfish
Poor little sad... And check out the underwater Jaguar! (Clink the link for video) - Burying my Goldfish

07/23/15 - Astronauts' skin gets thinner in space
Scientists in Germany are using advanced imaging technology in a bid to understand one unusual phenomenon - why astronauts' skin gets thinner while in space. Led by Professor Karsten Koenig from the Department of Biophotonics and Laser Technology at Saarland University, researchers have used high-resolution skin imaging tomography to look into the skin cells of several astronauts before and after a trip into space. The developers of the laser technology say the spatial resolution is a thousand times higher than that of ultrasonic devices -- unmatched by any other product. It also has the potential, Koenig says, to revolutionize diagnoses in hospitals.

"We use femtosecond laser pulses. We scan the skin and we get signals from the skin, particularly fluorescence, as well as another signal called second harmonic generation. So with these two signals we can build up images and get a precise look into the skin with a high resolution. The resolution is a factor of one thousand (times) better than ultrasound. So now you get the information without taking biopsies; normally you slice them, you stain them, and then a pathologist would look through these sections. Now you can get this information in seconds, labor free and with this fantastic resolution," said Koenig, adding that applications include in vivo histology for early cancer diagnosis and determining effects of skin aging.

Koenig, who is also CEO of German company JenLab, with facilities in Jena and Saarbrucken, was asked by the European Space Agency (ESA), to use their femtosecond laser technology for their 'Skin B' project, which the space agency says is aimed at understanding "skin aging mechanisms which are slow on Earth (therefore nearly impossible to study efficiently) but very much accelerated in weightlessness".

"NASA and ESA - the European Space Agency - came to us and asked, 'is it possible to also look in the skin of astronauts? Because we want to know if there's any aging process going on or what kind of modifications happened to astronauts as they work for six months out in space.' Because many astronauts complain about skin problems," said Koenig. So far, Koenig and his team of researchers have scanned three astronauts before and after a trip into space; Italians Luca Parmitano and Samantha Cristoforetti, and Germany's Alexander Gerst.

Cristoforetti, of the ESA, was scanned prior to her trip to the International Space Station (ISS) in November 2014. When Cristoforetti landed back on Earth on June 11 this year, her 199-day mission meant she became a new record-holder for the single longest spaceflight by a woman, eclipsing NASA's Sunita William's 195-day flight in 2006-2007. Cristoforetti's skin cells were subsequently re-scanned by Koenig, who explained how on the ISS skin physiology is different, leading to some surprising results.

"So far we've got interesting results from three astronauts. It seems that there is a strong production of collagen; so suddenly these astronauts have more collagen. It means there is some sort of anti-ageing effect, at least in the dermis - the lower part of the skin. And we found that the epidermis, in particular the part of the living cells, that this epidermis is shrinking, so the skin gets thinner," Koenig said. "So far we have no explanation yet, and we are waiting for the other astronauts to figure out what's going on and maybe to try to figure out how we can protect, how we can help so that this epidermis is not shrinking," he added. - Astronauts' skin gets thinner in space

07/23/15 - Stem cell breakthrough offers hope for liver transplant patients
SCIENTISTS in Scotland have repaired a damaged liver in a mouse by transplanting stem cells grown in the laboratory. It is the first time researchers have restored function to a severely damaged liver in a living animal using stem cells.

Researchers from the Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre for Regenerative Medicine at Edinburgh University transplanted liver stem cells into mice with liver failure. They found that over several months major areas of the liver were regrown from these cells, improving the structure and function of their livers.

A normal, healthy liver is naturally able to repair and regenerate itself, but once patients develop conditions such as cirrhosis and acute liver failure it becomes damaged beyond repair. Hepatitis C, alcohol abuse and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease - a build up of fat typically brought on by obesity - are the most common causes of cirrhosis of the liver.

Within the liver, hepatocytes are the essential cells that make many proteins and break down toxins, and while they have been used for transplantation their use has been limited as they don’t grow well under laboratory conditions. Liver stem cells overcome this as they can be grown under laboratory conditions and have the flexibility to change into hepatocytes or other important types of liver cells.

This is the first time that researchers have proven that liver stem cells can regrow the liver to such an extent. If they can show the same effect with human cells then they may be useful as a treatment for liver failure. Transplanting such cells into patients with liver failure could one-day offer an alternative to liver transplants. - Stem cell breakthrough offers hope for liver transplant patients

07/23/15 - NASA-funded study lays out a plan to return humans to the Moon
Humans could return to the Moon in the next decade and live there a decade after, a new study claims. The announcement was made on the 46th anniversary of the Apollo 11 crew's first steps on the lunar surface.

The study, performed by NexGen Space LLC and partly funded by NASA, concludes that the space agency could land humans on the Moon in the next five to seven years, build a permanent base 10 to 12 years after that, and do it all within the existing budget for human spaceflight. The way for NASA to do this is to adopt the same practice that it's using for resupplying the International Space Station (and will eventually use for crew transport) — public-private partnerships with companies like SpaceX, Orbital ATK, or the United Launch Alliance.

NASA can cut the cost of establishing a human presence on the Moon "by a factor of 10," according to Charles Miller, NexGen president and the study's principal investigator. Savings of that magnitude would allow NASA to expand its ambitions for lunar exploration without reaching beyond the almost $4 billion per year it receives for human spaceflight. - NASA-funded study lays out a plan to return humans to the Moon

07/23/15 - JETBOARD/ JETSURF on a lake!
Gilo showing us how to strip off and surf in minutes. Take my money now, i want one. WOW! - JETBOARD/ JETSURF on a lake!

07/23/15 - Robotic surgery linked to 144 deaths in the US
KeelyNet A study into the safety of surgical robots has linked the machines' use to at least 144 deaths and more than 1,000 injuries over a 14-year period in the US. The events included broken instruments falling into patients' bodies, electrical sparks causing tissue burns and system errors making surgery take longer than planned. The report notes that the figures represent a small proportion of the total number of robotic procedures.

"Despite widespread adoption of robotic systems for minimally invasive surgery, a non-negligible number of technical difficulties and complications are still being experienced during procedures," the study states. "Adoption of advanced techniques in design and operation of robotic surgical systems may reduce these preventable incidents in the future."

Robotic surgery can reduce the risk of infections and help patients heal more quickly. The UK's Royal College of Surgeons said it believed the report should be "treated with caution". "The authors note 'little or no information was provided in the adverse incident reports' about the cause of the majority of deaths, meaning they could be related to risks or complications inherent during surgery," said a spokeswoman.

"The authors do not compare the level of complications in surgery where robots are not used, nor do they examine the benefits of robotic surgery which are starting to be reported."

The work was carried out by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Chicago's Rush University Medical Center. Their paper says 144 deaths, 1,391 injuries and 8,061 device malfunctions were recorded out of a total of more than 1.7 million robotic procedures carried out between January 2000 and December 2013. This was based on reports submitted by hospitals, patients, device manufacturers and others to the US Food and Drug Administration, and the study notes that the true number could be higher.

The authors say there is still reason to be concerned. They list 1,166 cases of broken/burned parts falling into patients' bodies, which contributed to 119 injuries and one death. Uncontrolled movements and spontaneous powering on/off of the machines are said to have caused 52 injuries and two deaths. Electrical sparks, unintended charring and damaged accessory covers are linked to 193 injuries, including the burning of body tissues.

And the loss of quality video feeds and/or reports of system error codes are said to have contributed to a further 41 injuries and one death. The report's authors suggest that one way to tackle such problems would be to give surgical teams more troubleshooting training - including the use of computer simulations that feature technical problems - to help them learn how to restart surgery more quickly after interruptions. - Robotic surgery linked to 144 deaths in the US

07/23/15 - Superhumans Are Real and Their DNA Could Be Worth Billions
Drug companies are exploiting rare mutations that make one person nearly immune to pain, another to broken bones. Drugmakers are also investing in acquisitions and partnerships to get their hands on genetic information that could lead to more drugs. Amgen bought an Icelandic biotechnology company, DeCode Genetics, for $415 million in 2012, to acquire its massive database on more than half of Iceland’s adult population.

Genentech is collaborating with Silicon Valley startup 23andMe, which has sold its $99 DNA spit kits to 1 million consumers who want to find out more about their health and family history—more than 80 percent have agreed to have their data used for research. The Genentech partnership will study the genetic underpinnings of Parkinson’s disease. And Regeneron has signed a deal with Pennsylvania’s Geisinger Health System to sequence the genes of more than 100,000 volunteers.

Underlying this is the plummeting cost of gene sequencing. It took $3 billion and 13 years, from 1990 to 2003, to sequence the first human genome. The cost today is as low as $1,000 a patient, making it viable to sequence large numbers of people and discover relationships between genes and symptoms.

“The beauty of the phenotype is that you’re largely normal,” says Morgan Sheng, Genentech’s vice president for neuroscience, referring to how the genes are manifested in an individual. “You want to just prevent pain and not cause a bunch of other problems,” he says. The only other effect typically seen is a loss of the sense of smell. - Superhumans Are Real and Their DNA Could Be Worth Billions

07/23/15 - Altering RNA helicases in roundworms doubles their lifespan
KeelyNet Researchers at the Center for Plant Aging Research with support from the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) in Korea have made a breakthrough in decoding the aging process and how to dramatically slow it down. Our bodies are programmed to grow rapidly when we are young, mature into adults, and then at a certain age the regeneration and repair of our cells, tissue and organs grinds to a halt. All the mechanisms are not yet completely mapped out, but the IBS team has made several significant steps toward understanding how the lifespan of a cell is regulated.

The team tested the cells of a specific roundworm, Caenorhabditis elegans, which despite being only 1 mm in length, share some of the same cellular attributes as humans. While looking into the roundworm cells, they focused their attention on RNA helicases, a family of enzymes that regulate the function of RNA. The helicases are well understood but their function in relation to the aging process has not yet been fully explored. IBS Center for Plant Aging Research Director Hong Gil Nam looked specifically at a helicase called HEL-1 and discovered that its inhibition has the property of promoting longevity in roundworms.

To identify which helicases they needed to focus their attention on, the team targeted each of the 78 RNA helicases to see what the effects would be. They noticed that the result of altering more than 30 RNA helicase genes actually significantly decreased life expectancy. They realized that they wouldn't be able to alter every single one of the 78 RNA helicases in order to increase lifespan. Each RNA helicase played a different and important role and needed to be switched on or off individually.

The team used a mutated form of the roundworm in which they restricted a gene called daf-2 which is responsible for the rate of aging, reproductive development, resistance to oxidative stress, thermotolerance, resistance to hypoxia, and resistance to bacterial pathogens. In this case the daf-2 gene was altered so its IIS (insulin/insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF1) signaling) would be restricted. These daf-2 mutants display increased resistance against diverse stresses, including heat stress, pathogenic bacteria, and oxidative stress and most importantly, the daf-2 mutants displayed double the lifespan compared to wild Caenorhabditis elegans roundworms.

The team believes that HEL-1 may act as a transcription regulator, which control how cells convert DNA to RNA since other RNA helicases do the same thing now. According to the team, "In contrast to the expectation that RNA helicases have general housekeeping roles in RNA metabolism, our findings reveal that the RNA helicase HEL-1 has specific roles in a specific longevity pathway."

Even if immortality isn't an immediate result of this work, there are other possible applications. Something called DDX39 (the mammalian version of the roundworm's HEL-1) is found in increased levels in the frontal cortex of patients with Alzheimer's disease. The ability to regulate DDX39 and other RNA helicases may give us an insight into finding the ability to control Alzheimer's disease, among other brain disorders.

Using the technique of altering RNA helicases to extend life in humans looks promising as human and roundworm both have HEL-1 and IIS which can be manipulated in similar ways. It isn't clear if the same mechanism is responsible for cellular aging regulation in humans, but evidence suggests that it might be. This research hasn't given humanity a cure to any diseases or made any claims of human life extension but it is an important first step in more fully understanding the lifecycle and function of cells. - Altering RNA helicases in roundworms doubles their lifespan

07/23/15 - Boosting gas mileage by turning engine heat into electricity
2012 fuel-efficiency standards that would require U.S. vehicles to average 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025. Improving gas mileage could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and global dependence on fossil fuels.

One approach scientists are exploring to help address these issues involves capturing waste heat from engines and other power systems and turning it into electricity. Many compounds can do this but are heavy, costly, toxic or only operate at high temperatures. Ian A. Kinloch, Robert Freer and colleagues sought new alternatives.

The researchers started with a material called strontium titanium dioxide and added a small amount of graphene, a stable material with excellent conductive properties. The resulting composite was able to capture and convert heat into electric current efficiently over a broad temperature range. - Boosting gas mileage by turning engine heat into electricity

07/23/15 - Massless particle discovery could radically accelerate electronics
An exotic particle theorized more than 85 years ago has finally been discovered. Dubbed the "Weyl fermion", it is a strange but stable particle that has no mass, behaves as both matter and anti-matter inside a crystal, and is claimed to be able to create completely massless electrons. Scientists believe that this new particle may result in super-fast electronics and significant inroads into novel areas of quantum computing.

Weyl fermions were first mooted in 1929 by physicist and mathematician Hermann Weyl, who theorized that massless fermions able to carry an electric charge could exist. Without mass, he believed, electrons created from Weyl fermions would be able to move electric charge in a circuit much more quickly than ordinary electrons. In fact, according to this latest research, electric current carried by Weyl electrons in a test medium is able to move at least twice as fast as that carried by electrons in graphene and at least 1,000 times faster than in ordinary semiconductors.

Over-sized crystals of the tantalum arsenide were first placed in a scanning tunneling spectromicroscope cooled to near absolute zero to determine if they matched the hypothetical specifications for accommodating a Weyl fermion. Then, once the crystals had passed that test, the team took them to the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California where high-energy photon beams fired from a particle accelerator were shone through them. This test finally confirmed the presence of the existence of the long sought after Weyl fermion. - Massless particle discovery could radically accelerate electronics

07/23/15 - After all, we are free...


We are so programmed and dumbed down to slave for the corporations and government. Just pay our tithes in taxes, monthly utilities, insurance, endless fees, interest and surcharges, overpriced medical and medicine, etc.. Too expensive to own a nice home or nice car unless you buck down and play the game. No true freedom and no chance to pursue what you love to do.

KeelyNet Imagine a world where everyone knew how to build a device that would provide all the power they need directly by converting the zero point energy to mechanical thrust or direct to electricity? With that power, condense all the water you need from anywhere on the planet...

And to be able to build a simple device that will let anyone reduce the weight of even the heaviest masses, even to the point of floating in the air, so that anyone could fly anywhere as they desired. And to have economical access to a means of regenerated and rejuvenating all parts of the body to cure all illnesses and handicaps, a world of 30 some year olds in perfect health who could live as long as they choose? Keep these things in mind and support those who pursue them and it will happen in our lifetimes. - After all, we are free...

07/23/15 - Ignorance is a Choice
KeelyNet Throughout recorded history, humankind have had very short lifespans. After the advent of agriculture, the average life expectancy shrunk to much less than 40 years. This is not a lot of time to figure out life. On top of that, with the advent of civilization, people had to toil most of the day under feudal lords. Most of them were slaves. Knowledge was scarce. Whatever knowledge was available was held by the elite. The high priests, royalty and the wealthy were the only ones with access to any knowledge. Most people were illiterate. They lived in ignorance.

At the advent of the printing press, knowledge became more available, especially in the developed countries. Libraries became common place and books became affordable. In many places around the world, people are offered a basic education for free. KeelyNet Our life span has nearly doubled, and knowledge exponentiated. Now most people have access to basic knowledge about atoms, quantum theory, stars and galaxies and so many things in between.

Then came the advent of the computer and the internet. Now we don’t have to wonder about things, we Google it. We live in the information age, and most knowledge is at our fingertips. Many universities have free online courses.

There is no longer an excuse to be ignorant. It is a choice. Many people choose to remain ignorant. That is a misfortune.

These are a few statistics of literacy in America:

50% of U.S. adults are unable to read an 8th grade level book

33% of U.S. high school graduates will never read a book after high school

42% of college students will never read another book after they graduate

80% of U.S. families did not buy a book this year

70% of adults have not been in a book store in the past 5 years

American high school students today are reading books intended for children with reading levels of a 10 year old

KeelyNet As you can see, a large percentage of people in America choose to live in ignorance. They have no interest in exploring new topics, researching or asking questions.

We are living in a society where most people have chosen to remain ignorant of so many things in their life. As the saying goes, you can spot a fool when he opens his mouth.

In the ancient Puranas it is stated that a person’s situation in life is dependent upon two conditions: his energy and his intelligence.

Foolish friends always seem to involve you in their problems; usually asking for help to fix whatever they wrecked.

What I am speaking of is having enough knowledge to glide through life, rather than to stumble through, causing problems and breaking things.

An ignorant populace is easy to control. They don’t ask questions, they don’t look behind the curtain. They just accept what they are told.

In past, when knowledge was scarce, people were hungry for it. Now that it is so easily available, no one appreciates it. Ironic isn’t it? - Ignorance is a Choice


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KeelyNet You can download any mix of our eBooks or order collections on CD to save money.

We also have unusual DVDs that you might find of interest. Here is your chance to build your library and your understanding of how the universe works.

And our eBook Collections include John Worrell Keely, Walter Russell, Chandra Bose, Rejuvenation, Homeopathy and Learning to Draw to build your skills, and much, much more. Your purchases help support Keelynet, so thanks! - JWD - Check out Vanguard Sciences or try a Mexistim

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07/23/15 - 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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