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12/18/14 - Christmas is the time to do your share!
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12/18/14 - Cop's Act of Kindness Toward Shoplifting Grandma
When Tarrant, Alabama Police Officer William Stacy was called to the Dollar General store on Saturday, December 6, he wasn’t especially surprised. “We get shoplifting calls at Dollar General all the time,” he tells Yahoo Parenting. “Usually people are stealing things like makeup or phone chargers – not things they need to get by.”

So when Stacy arrived to find 47-year-old Helen Johnson stealing eggs to feed her two daughters, her niece, and two young grandkids, he knew this incident was different. Johnson explained to Stacy that her family hadn’t eaten since Thursday. So instead of making an arrest, the officer, 23, bought Johnson a carton of eggs. “When she mentioned the kids and said they were hungry, that’s when I knew I wanted to buy the eggs,” Stacy says. “No matter what financial situation kids are in, it’s not their fault they’re hungry.”

Johnson tried to give Stacy the $1.25 she had in her pocket for the eggs, which cost $1.75 plus tax, but instead he asked only for a promise she wouldn’t shoplift again. Johnson told local news AL.com that she was shocked by the officer’s good deed. “I was like ‘Oh my God, thank you Jesus for this man,” she said. “He is my hero.”

After letting Johnson go home, Stacy says his Lieutenant helped her sign up for the Tarrant Fire Department’s Toy Drive, which provides Christmas toys and food for families at the holidays. By that Wednesday, when Stacy returned to work, donations from across the country started pouring in for the Johnson family – a response to the viral video, which Tripp labeled #feelgoodstoryoftheday. “It took an entire shift to take all the stuff to her house and unload it,” Stacy says of the afternoon he spent delivering groceries to the Johnsons . “I’ve taken three Tahoe loads of food to her house, and I know a food bank came to bring her food, and they also got a Christmas tree donated.” - Cop's Act of Kindness Toward Shoplifting Grandma

12/18/14 - Cool It!
As an engaging and charismatic communicator, Bjorn Lomborg has few peers addressing climate change. But an analysis of his Cool It documentary, now available on dvd, documents long-standing shortcomings reporters should consider so stories of personal courage and conviction don't displace sound science journalism. Those who missed Cool It during its very limited theatrical release last November can now watch it on dvd. And they should.

Working from Bjorn Lomborg's 2007 book of the same title, this 90-minute composite of lecture, home movies, travelogue, interviews, and briefings illustrates Lomborg's appeal as a strategic communicator and indirectly highlights some of the media proclivities he targets.

Director Ondi Timonor's Cool It quickly reminds one of Davis Guggenheim's An Inconvenient Truth (hereafter AIT). This link is reinforced by the repeated references to Al Gore, especially in Lomborg's lecture (yes, this is another film of a PowerPoint presentation), much of which is devoted to rebutting "alarmist" depictions of climate change in AIT.

Cool It showcases Lomborg's upbeat "smart solutions" for climate change, but these stand out as such only against the background of Gore's emphasis on mitigation and on the United Nations' policy process.

Lomborg argues that by encouraging innovation and adaptation instead of CO2 reductions, we can also address persistent problems of health and poverty and education. In this telling, while Gore offers a future darkened by the storm clouds of extreme weather, Lomborg's is brightened by effective and affordable technologies. - Cool It!

12/18/14 - Spin as a cure for Cancer and everything else
KeelyNetA metaphysical short film that examines relativity, the spin of electrons in fluids we consume and its impact on one's health. A must see for anyone who requires water for survival. There are two other videos #2 - A New Cure For Cancer and Everything Else and #3 A new cure for cancer.

So to actually do it, you touch three fingers to the thumb with the forefinger sticking out. Place that hand on one side of a glass of liquid and on the other side, place your other hand in a vertical position and hold for 30 seconds. This is supposed to be enough time to energize the water.

This was kindly shared by Gary Vesperman;

"The new-molecular South-spun Electron Fluid Concept now dove-tails with the famous Seven Year Cellular Rebuild Cycle in your own body! Now you can remain in the physical form for up to one-thousand years, by remembering FIRST to correct(North to South) the molecular electron-spin in the fluids that you drink each-day!"

I watched all three videos and responded with;

First of all, he needs to stop that thousand year claim...really makes it all sound like bullshit....but there is something to spin direction. I checked out the videos and notice when he and the girl demonstrate, it is always right hand as the circle and left hand as flat. However, on his two printed diagrams..one the teeshirt and the other the whiteboard, it shows exactly the opposite with right hand flat and left hand circle.

Since its all about spin, THERE CAN BE NO ERROR...so is the video reversed? Clearly the print isn't reversed as all the letters are readable. See the attached composite image so you can compare. In metaphysics they teach that the left hand is always incoming and the right hand is outgoing. American Indians close all four fingers onto the thumb when walking long distances, said to conserve energy by some kind of internal CHI type looping.

Months ago, I posted an article from an old Borderland issue that explained why we are taught to pray...that clasping the hands equalizes the electrical potentials in the body to help maintain health. See 10/21/14 - Why do people Pray?. So I think he needs to redo those videos and SPECIFY which hand is the circle and which is held flat. It is all about repeatability....but he looks damn good for 54 years of age unless his is dying his hair, using Rogaine and have weekly facials for smooth skin...

All that said, when he describes this he should clearly specify left hand is the circle OR right hand is the circle Thanks Gary and David...need to stop that 1000 year claim as it loses lots of credibility with such sensationalized UNPROVEN statements.

And today I received this from David;

Thank you for your comments! It does not matter which hand is used in this technique. Since this process is to correct the the spin of the electrons within your glass of liquid before it is consumed. The part about empowering your "Seven Year Cellular Rebuild Cycle" is actually a 40 year old discovery, that has yet to be proven true. However sighting a bible verse where a man is reported to have lived for over 800 years caused me to question this then.

Having done this new-technique for 22 years, and having had my hair darken again and my finger nails straighten-out at the age of 60 has in fact prompted me to put-out the book "FARM PHYSICS: A New Cure and More!" sending it to people like Oprah Winfrey, Jessie Ventura, Larry King, and many others. Dr Phil has even sent me several email asking questions concerning this subject as well as his health.

The question as to the spin of our own electron, being either North or South, is a point to ponder. However the results shown in photographs by the late Mr. Emoto of snow crystals being perfect of imperfect indicates to me the marked difference in the two. Also note the water (when spun to the North and the South) kept over several days in a glass container?

My thanks once again to all who simply try this technique that I have found to work wonders in time. To electrically activate water, actually South-spins the electron(s) within. I do not argue with the proprietors of these various companies as to the facts of adding electrons or not, however their prices for these bottles of "miracle water" are just to high of a price for me.

To accept these findings I realize can be over-whelming to say the least. However the reports that I have received from people practicing this technique in Australia have convinced me to it relevancy to date. Thank you once again for viewing the videos and giving this subject your input today!

Commenter #1; "David's extensive knowledge of living on a farm and using nature for its purpose has inspired him to spread the message about his cure for what plagues people today, especially cancer. He realized that by "de-charging," people could reverse the aging process. After reading literature from others who were involved in similar discoveries, David purchased a water filtration system that would produce "south-spun fluids." He corrected the spin of the electrons in the fluids he consumed using various methods. David has come across doubters over the years, but he claims that if it weren't for forward thinkers, we would still be living in caves. And he's right! David attributes his south-spun fluid method to the positive turn his health has made. The scientific research he has conducted over the years supports his concepts, and he outlines scientific advancements that have supported the work that is being done today. Using passages from the Bible, David L. Kaas provides possible proof that his theories have been around for thousands of years. David closes Farm Physics: A New Cure and More with hope for the future and for everyone who wishes to give his method a try. What could it hurt?"

Commenter #2; "Possibly his hand energizing water is true but it needs testing which can easily be done by someone with lab gear. The water should have lower surface tension if this truly works the way he says it does and it IS possible it works. But, these ideas need a little more grounded testing..." - Spin as a cure for Cancer and everything else

12/18/14 - Robots Grow Smarter, American Workers Struggle to Keep Up
KeelyNet Although fears that technology will displace jobs are at least as old as the Luddites, there are signs that this time may really be different. The technological breakthroughs of recent years — allowing machines to mimic the human mind — are enabling machines to do knowledge jobs and service jobs, in addition to factory and clerical work.

And over the same 15-year period that digital technology has inserted itself into nearly every aspect of life, the job market has fallen into a long malaise. Even with the economy’s recent improvement, the share of working-age adults who are working is substantially lower than a decade ago — and lower than any point in the 1990s.

Economists long argued that, just as buggy-makers gave way to car factories, technology would create as many jobs as it destroyed. Now many are not so sure. Lawrence H. Summers, the former Treasury secretary, recently said that he no longer believed that automation would always create new jobs. “This isn’t some hypothetical future possibility,” he said. “This is something that’s emerging before us right now.”

“It is literally the story of the economic development of the world over the last 200 years,” said Marc Andreessen, a venture capitalist and an inventor of the web browser. “Just as most of us today have jobs that weren’t even invented 100 years ago, the same will be true 100 years from now.”

I think one answer to this is greening America as stated in Lead by Example - If we never Start, we can never Finish;

3 - in order to wean us off the need for oil for gasoline, setup government subsidized conversion stations where you have your choice of converting your vehicle to run on natural gas, propane, methanol, hydrogen or electric. As well you can trade in your vehicle (which will be recycled as scrap) and obtain a new government subsidized vehicle that runs on either natural gas, propane, methanol, hydrogen or electric. All government subsidized and all of which would create a huge new job based economy by greening our transportation system. 18% of global warming is caused by eating meat and 13% caused by transport. So by eating in vitro, artificial meat we could stop eating animals. These two actions would stop the excess methane, nitrous oxide and CO2 that are destroying our planets climate.

Once we are self-sufficient for our energy needs, close all military bases outside US territory, return all weapons and equipment to the USA, abandon the bases to the existing government and return all troops back home to the USA. This would shutdown the military/industrial complex dealing in weapons and death yet ensuring defense of USA territory. It would also stop the spying and erosion of our rights under the pretense of terrorism. Put those troops and all that wasted war money to work guarding our borders and helping rebuild our infrastructure. - JWD - Robots Grow Smarter, American Workers Struggle to Keep Up

12/18/14 - Star Wreck 2013
Star Wreck 2013 (Science Fiction Parody): In the Pirkinning is not your run-of-the-mill parody aimed solely at Star Trek fans. It is a motion picture for everyone with a taste for action, humour and zany characters. It is the story of Emperor Pirk - a star fleet commander who declares himself a global overlord and decides to expand his reign beyond the farthest reaches of the universe. The story that unfolds amidst the space battles is a stark reminder of how dangerous the mixture of ambition, cowardice and stupidity is.

Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning begins with Captain James B. Pirk of the starship Kickstart shipwrecked on the 21st century Earth with his crew. Star Wars verarsche deutsch. Originally from the distant future, Pirk and his crew travelled back in time to save the Earth from hostile aliens, but lost their ship and became stranded. Pirk's daily routine consists mainly of stuffing his face at the local fast food restaurant, and he is finding it difficult to convince the ladies he is, in fact, an intergalactic space hero from the future.

As the prospects for humanity's conquest of space look increasingly bleaker, Pirk comes up with a questionable plan to save mankind's future... - Star Wreck 2013

12/18/14 - A Little Lead Can Make Graphene Magnetic
KeelyNet Graphene has very many strengths, but there is one thing it isn't and that is magnetic. Now, a team of researchers has found that the insertion of a little lead into the planar graphene structure can change that.

The team has shown that small islands of lead inserted beneath sheets of graphene make the structure highly magnetic. The secret is to intercalate atoms or Pb islands below the sea of hexagons of carbon that make up graphene. This produces an enormous interaction between two electron characteristics: their spin — a small 'magnet' linked to their rotation — and their orbit, the movement they follow around the nucleus.

To obtain this effect, the scientists laid a layer of lead on another of graphene, in turn grown over an iridium crystal. In this configuration the lead forms 'islands' below the graphene and the electrons of this two-dimensional material behave as if in the presence of a colossal 80-tesla magnetic field, which facilitates the selective control of the flow of spins. - A Little Lead Can Make Graphene Magnetic

12/18/14 - Metamaterials: Driving Performance in New Directions
KeelyNet Metamaterials get their amazing mechanical, electromagnetic, and acoustic properties from carefully controlled microstructures rather than from chemistry alone. They are increasingly the subject of media hype over their prospects and what miracles they may bring—invisibility and inaudibility cloaks, buildings immune to earthquakes, and ships without wakes. Notice how they look like a flat fresnel lens? - JWD

Developers are taking the underlying principle that says a material’s patterned structure affects its physical and pushing the properties achieved by patterning much further, using more complex structural patterns. In some cases, the properties achieved are not only different than typical bulk properties for that material, but unachievable by unpatterned materials.

In many cases, these demonstrations have been narrow, producing metamaterials that only showed off their desired properties when interacting with electromagnetic radiation in a wavelength range as little as 5 nm wide or coming from a very specific direction. In addition, most metamaterials, particularly those that affected infrared and optical electromagnetic radiation, have relied on expensive nanofabrication methods like lithography, which are too expensive for commercial applications. Nevertheless, such demonstrations have encouraged continued development and highlight potential future applications.

Some metamaterials are based on textured surface patterning. Although these are more mature, in practice developers rarely refer to them as metamaterials. For example, companies like Hoowaki, nanoGriptech, and Sharklet Technologies are all developing patterned surfaces that impart functional properties such as high or low friction, adhesion, antimicrobial, and hydrophobic, but do not typically mention metamaterials when discussing their technologies.

Commercialization of other metamaterials is primarily a manufacturing problem. We simply lack effective tools to economically pattern large volumes of material. 3D printing is a natural candidate for addressing this problem. Today, no single 3D printer combines the necessary resolution and throughput to create large amounts of optical metamaterials. However, as 3D printing technology improves, it could become the tool of choice for most metamaterial manufacturing. Expect these two trends to feed into one another and support the general global trend toward smarter, more complex materials. - Metamaterials: Driving Performance in New Directions

12/18/14 - Cost of War for Oil with Terrorism as Pretext

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$4.4 Trillion and Counting - There are at least three ways to think about the economic costs of these wars: what has been spent already, what could or must be spent in the future, and the comparative economic effects of spending money on war instead of something else.

Spending to Date: How much have the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan since 9/11 cost? The Costs of War economics research team used the most up-to-date publicly available figures at the time of their writing to calculate the spending on the wars from 2001 through fiscal year 2014.

What was the Department of Defense allocated for war? The Pentagon's total appropriation for war from 2001-2011 in current dollars was $1.4 trillion. The DOD was also allocated additional funds for its "base" budget. This totals approximately $836 billion, some portion of which has been used for war expenses (such as increased medical care for active duty soldiers), and all of which might be counted as having been appropriated as a result of the war climate.

War related spending is also found in the foreign assistance budget, known on Capitol Hill as "International Assistance" spending. Aid to Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan grew because of the war to $104 billion in current dollars. Much of that spending by the State Department and USAID directly supported military efforts.

How has the US paid for the wars so far? The US paid for past wars by raising taxes and or selling war bonds. The current wars were paid for almost entirely by borrowing. This borrowing has raised the US budget deficit, increased the national debt, and had other macroeconomic effects, such as raising interest rates. The US must also pay interest on the borrowed money. The interest paid on Pentagon spending alone, so far (from 2001 through FY 2013) is about $316 billion in current dollars.

The US also increased spending on homeland security by more than $470 billion. We include this as excess spending on homeland security that occurred as a result of the war on terror. Considered by many an important part of domestic mobilization for the wars, there continue to be questions about the effectiveness of this spending. What has already been spent to care for the medical and disability needs of US veterans? The US has already spent nearly $160 billion for both medical care and disability for the more than two million veterans of these wars. Each day, more veterans continue to apply to receive their benefits.

Obligations for Future Spending: The costs of war don't end when the fighting stops. Specifically, the US has incurred obligations by fighting the wars. For example, the US is obligated to pay the future medical and disability costs of veterans. As in past wars, medical and disability costs will peak in about 30 to 40 years, totaling more than an estimated $1 trillion.

Unless the US immediately repays the money borrowed for war, there will also be future interest payments. We estimate that interest payments could total about $1 trillion dollars by 2023, or over $7 trillion by 2053.

Opportunity Costs of War Spending: What could the economy look like if we had not spent that money on war? Were jobs lost or gained by war? Military spending does produce jobs. But spending in other areas could produce more jobs. Military spending has also affected investment in public assets and infrastructure. While investment in military infrastructure grew, investment in other, non-military, public infrastructure did not grow at the same rate. (Text updated as of June 2014) - Cost of War for Oil with Terrorism as Pretext

12/18/14 - DIY artificial insemination: How to get pregnant with a racquetball

12/18/14 - See If You Can Borrow or Rent It before Buying

12/18/14 - WeMo Maker Connects Any Electrical Device to Internet

12/18/14 - Plane able to fly anywhere in the world within 4 hours

12/18/14 - US Has Low Taxes — So Why Do People Feel Ripped Off?

12/18/14 - Government Will Take Almost Half Your Paycheck in 2013

12/18/14 - GAO: U.S. corporations pay average effective tax rate of 12.6%

12/18/14 - American Space Science vs Russian Mafia

12/18/14 - Teens Love Print Books, Libraries, And Bookstores

12/18/14 - Nemuriale Sleep Aid Kitten Helps Send You To Dreamland

12/18/14 - How to Fool a Computer with Optical Illusions

12/18/14 - Writing Things Out By Hand Makes You Smarter

12/18/14 - California needs 11 trillion gallons of water it isn’t going to get

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12/14/14 - Another year, no free energy, no antigrav, no free energy, why?
KeelyNet Why, you might ask? Because no one funds it, no confidence, no philanthropists, no willingness to take a chance on alternative approaches that offer far more promise. And yet, we persist, knowing success on at least one front is around the corner. When that happens, all the leeches and con men will be jumping in as well as orthodox research to try to get a piece of it.

Meantime, we near Christmas or Saturnalia or whatever you celebrate at years end and always hope next year will be better.

I hope you keep Keelynet in mind for all the info you get here every month, equivalent to the content of 3-5 magazines per MONTH where each of them would charge you $30-$60 a year for a bimonthly or monthly copy. And to read Keelynet costs you how much???

KeelyNet Just sayin...think about a donation and/or subscription for support as a subscription or flat out cash donation...with +2500 hits a day, even half participating in subscriptions would be a huge help to me and I could go to Disneyland!...just kidding but thanks!

So get your ducks in a row, lots of hands out this year! Hope you all stay in good health, have a decent job and that you can spend some time to work on your true destiny instead of a boring job like most do.

I have two projects I'm working on and hoping at least one of them will blow my socks off! Then YOURS! Then the World at large! - Jerry @ Keelynet y mas (and more) - Another year, no free energy, no antigrav, no free energy, why?

12/14/14 - We have no future if we don’t go into space
Stephen Hawking, physicist - Robotic missions are much cheaper and may provide more scientific information, but they don’t catch the public imagination in the same way, and they don’t spread the human race into space, which I’m arguing should be our long-term strategy. If the human race is to continue for another million years, we will have to boldly go where no one has gone before. Life on Earth is at the ever-increasing risk of being wiped out by a disaster such as sudden global warming, nuclear war, a genetically engineered virus or other dangers ... I think the human race has no future if it doesn’t go into space.

Tim Peake, British Astronaut - There is no future for us on Earth. If we survive as a human species, it’s inevitable – we are going to have to leave the planet. Now that’s an awful long time away, we hope, but at some point we have to make the leap, and we have to find other resources in the universe – and that starts now. To me it’s an insurance policy. It’s also all about exploration – it’s in our natural psyche to want to explore, to push the boundaries and take the next steps.

James Van Allen, US space scientist - Only a tiny number of Earth’s six billion inhabitants are direct participants in human spaceflight. For the rest of us, the adventure is vicarious. At the end of the day, I ask myself whether the huge national commitment of technical talent to human spaceflight and the ever-present potential for the loss of precious human life are justifiable. And that happens how? By learning to dim gravity. - JWD - We have no future if we don’t go into space

12/14/14 - Pedal-Powered Pod Cars Travel Above City Streets
They've already been installed in an amusement park. Why drive to work when you can arrive in your own pedal-powered pod car, far above traffic? That's the vision of a Canadian company called Shweeb, which hopes to soon begin installing what it calls the "most sustainable form of public transit" in cities around the world.

Hanging from rails up to 80 feet above the street, the Skysmart system uses a series of personal pods that run on either solar power or pedaling from the passengers inside. Unlike a train or bus, users can hop on immediately without waiting on a platform.

"It can move 10,000 people per hour with tremendous efficiency," says Stephen Bierda from Shweeb. "What happens with conventional transit is it's not on demand, so you have to plan your arrival at the station, and there are a lot of stops. That means your average speed is slower."

Skysmart is also designed to provide a little exercise on the way to work. "You don't have to pedal," Bieda says. "But we want to gamify this and incentivize people to stay fit. We'll let people pay less if they pedal, and allow people to travel six miles an hour faster. It's a pretty good bonus to get people to interact on the pod."

The pods come in different sizes that can hold two, five, or 12 people, and can also be connected to carry packages or other cargo. The guideways that hold the cars can also double as carriers for power lines and cables. "We've envisioned the guideway that the pod runs on to become a conduit for all things electrified," Bierda says. "It's a multi-purpose piece of infrastructure." - Pedal-Powered Pod Cars Travel Above City Streets

12/14/14 - Two Dogs Dining
The small dog is a Yellow Labrador and the other a "Broholmer" - an old Danish breed. Apologies for the wrong breed description in the final credits.

Two dogs waiting patiently to get served in "restaurant", and in spite of waiting, never get anything to drink. This video has had many positive comments - thanks to all of you. Some people though are worried for the dogs - were they forced and did they hurt themselves on the forks?

Firstly the dogs loved it - they are best friends and really like getting all the attention. We practiced with the cutlery in advance, and both dogs very quickly figured it out. Besides the "waitress" kept on talking to them and encouraging them. They are very well behaved, and know when to sit still, take it slow and wait. This video was shot in one take, no cuts or editing - and both dogs had a wonderful time..The hand coordination was not preplanned - since everything was up to the dogs - but we both intuitively acted on the feeling of the dogs movement, plus we could hear from the "waitresses" comments, what the dogs were doing. Enjoy and don´t be worried - both dogs love it, and we love them. - Two Dogs Dining

12/14/14 - Once Again, Baltimore Police Arrest a Person For Recording Them
KeelyNet A lawsuit was filed yesterday over a case in which a woman was arrested for recording the police from her car while stopped in traffic. Ars Technica writes, "Police erased the 135-second recording from the woman's phone, but it was recovered from her cloud account according to the Circuit Court for Baltimore City lawsuit, which seeks $7 million."

Baltimore police lost a similar case against Anthony Graber in 2010 and another against Christopher Sharp in 2014. The is happening so often in Baltimore that in 2012, the U.S. Department of Justice sent a letter to the police reminding them that they cannot stop recordings, and most certainly cannot delete them.

Local awareness of this issue is high since the the Mayor and the City Council support requiring police body cameras. The city council just passed a bill requiring them, but the mayor is delaying implementation until a task force determines how best to go about it. The country is also focused on police behavior in light of the recent cases in Ferguson and New York, the latter of which involved a citizen recording.

So the mayor, city council, police department policies, courts, and federal government are all telling police officers to stop doing this. Yet it continues to happen, and in a rather violent matter. What can people do to curb this problem?

(I would think you could warn the police that you will sue them and the city because it is legal to tape them in public, so if they want to roll the dice and take their chances, go ahead and deny me my rights and lets see what happens. - JWD) - Once Again, Baltimore Police Arrest a Person For Recording Them

12/14/14 - Texas, the only state you will ever need
KeelyNet Texas is quickly becoming America’s “America”, where individuals and businesses are flocking due to relatively low tax burdens and limited government regulation. The recent boom in oil production has catapulted Texas into an economic juggernaut. In addition to oil and gas, we have world class energy industries, global healthcare and research facilities and all-encompassing manufacturing. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, four of the top 10 areas for job growth (Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin) are located in Texas.

Here are 5 reasons why you should already be in Texas:

1. Jobs, Jobs, Jobs! – Long seen as a business friendly state with its attractive tax incentives, Texas has lured thousands of businesses at an unprecedented pace. That’s good news for all you job seekers out there! With a strong economic foundation, Texas is paving the way for energy, healthcare, high tech, manufacturing, and other industries.

“Texas has recovered 100% of the jobs lost during the recession and added 597,000 beyond the previous peak in August 2008. The economic forecast underlying this revenue estimate projects Texas will continue adding jobs in fiscal years 2014 and 2015.”*

Houston Demographics (Microcosm of Texas)**:
Population: Metro Population: 6,218,300
Median Household Income: $58,567
Median List Price For A Home: $163,800
Unemployment Rate: 5.2%
Taxes: NO income tax, 8.25% sales tax
Things To Do: Get rich

Job Growth: According to Bill Gilmer (University of Houston, Director of Forecasting) “The first five months of 2014 have created 49,900 new jobs. If that pace continued for the rest of the year, Houston would be on track to add 120,000 jobs in 2014, a gain of 4.5 percent.”

2. No Income State Tax – Texas is one of only seven states that does not have any personal income tax. That means more money in your pocket! Don’t take my word for it, do your own calculations – http://www.genfkd.com/#disposable-income

3. Cost of Living – Texas has some of the lowest cost of living in the United States. On average the cost of groceries, healthcare, housing, utilities, and transportation are cheaper than the national averages. Affordability and a wide range of high-paying jobs helps drive the cost of living metrics lower.

4. Quality of Life – Texas has some of the best restaurants, museums, parks and great outdoors, schools and universities in the nation.

Restaurants: By 2005 ‘USA Today’ referred to Houston, Texas as "the dining-out capital of the United States.” Large ethnic populations have contributed immensely to the restaurant scene in Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth and San Antonio areas.

Museums: Whether you want a explore the prehistoric past, natural sciences, fine arts, or capture a child’s imagination with hands-on activities at the NASA Space Center, Texas museums are some of the best in the nation.

Parks: Texas has a wide variety of geographical landscapes and wildlife that are easily accessible to the public. “Whether you are looking for an off-the-beaten-path spelunking adventure, a glimpse of prehistoric Texas, a place for your kids to see a longhorn or bison, the perfect spot to pitch a tent beneath starry skies or simply a peaceful refuge from frenetic urban life”***, Texas State Parks have you covered.

Universities: From large public universities to small private colleges, Texas has a place for everyone from medical, law, pharmacy, engineering, and liberal arts schools. Rice, University of Texas, Baylor, Texas A&M, SMU, UH, TCU, Texas Tech, Southwestern are just some of the schools highly ranked by Forbes Magazine.

5. Diversity – Diversity comes in many forms in Texas. Take your pick: diversity of jobs, people, healthcare, religion, weather, geography (from beaches to mountains to deserts, cities to countrysides).

Don’t worry, the list doesn’t stop there, there are other countless reasons Texas is the BEST…NASA, The Alamo, Blue Bell, collegiate and professional sports teams, Tex-Mex, Rodeos, BBQ, music festivals, concerts, wildflowers, Whataburger, cowboys, a world class movie scene, Port of Houston, etc… Not to mention, you are more likely to bump into a real life astronaut in Texas than any other state! - You are welcome America! - Texas, the only state you will ever need

12/14/14 - Seeing the Unseen
KeelyNet What lives around us that we cannot see or detect? There are many strange photos of youtubes using IR, UV, time lapse and strobes.

Some very weird youtubes using those sealed outdoor cameras with UV that record for up to 7 days! They cost about $200 but won't send to Mexico.

Demon Caught on Camera Chasing Deer?

Alien Creature Caught on Camera?

Scary Alien, Hybrid Caught On Deer Cam 2012 HD

Alien Captured On Trail Cam - 11/1/13

Unexplainable images captured by outdoor expert

Alien/ghost caught leaving destroyed room on hotel security camera

A friend here in Mexico says his family threw him out when he was 10 so he begged and did odd jobs and slept on the lakeshore and then in trees in the big cemetary...he told me at night, these HUGE SNAKES come slithering out in the cemetary so he and the other orphans were afraid to go down...he doesn't know the type of snake, maybe anaconda or boa constrictor...but he said they were huge...thought one or two of those cameras setup with food for bait might make for some interesting video.

04/27/14 - UV and Critters in the Air

The camera I reported on was in a yellow, watertight box, time lapse, motion trigger, 7 day memory and about $120..looked kind of like these but in a yellow case, but these look pretty sharp; Trail Cameras

Wonder what you'd get by swapping out the IR LEDS with UV leds? A whole nother world I suspect. Use 365nm LED's or Wood's glass filter to cut off visible light. Sparkfun UV LEDs

Ultraviolet LED - Invisible Light Shines Bright

The video is based on the work of Dr. Harold Edgerton of Aurora, Nebraska was the inventor of the strobe light. Throughout his life he worked to develop new applications for his invention. He was also an educator and long time Professor at MIT. In this video the principles behind his invention are demonstrated during an open house at Aurora's Edgerton Educational Center. - Seeing the Unseen

12/14/14 - Study Links GMOs to Over 22 Different Diseases
KeelyNet “Genetically Engineered Crops, Glyphosate and the Deterioration of Health in the United States of America” pinpoint a significant correlation between GMOs and 22 diseases.

Why does the biotech industry keep hiding the toxicity of their products? Well, there are numerous reasons – the corruption of the American and international governments, the fact that the USDA’s main man appointed by Obama was a former Monsanto executive, and the tremendously deep pockets of mega-corporations to launch propaganda campaigns – are just a few.

The aforementioned title was published in The Journal of Organic Systems. It is full of very detailed evidence of the link between genetically modified ingredients and diseases such as liver failure, urinary and bladder cancers, hypertension, thyroid disease, stroke, obesity, and more. It is replete with telling charts and graphs that describe visually the mayhem that GMOs have unleashed on society.

Much of the study focuses on the introduction of glyphosate and its subsequent ramifications on human health. The herbicide was introduced in 1974, but the research conducted within this study relied on data since the 1990s, since that is all that was available. Since the early 90s, glyphosate use has grown astronomically. As the study details:

“. . .glyphosate disrupts the ability of animals, including humans, to detoxify xenobiotics. This means that exposures to the numerous chemicals in food and the environment, such as endocrine disrupting chemicals and carcinogens, could be causing levels of damage that would not occur if the body were able to detoxify them.”

Though the authors admit that correlation is not proof of causation, they state that:

“. . .we have data for 22 diseases, all with a high degree of correlation and very high significance. It seems highly unlikely that all of these can be random coincidence.”

There is an obvious and significant correlation between the increased use of glyphosate and genetically engineered crops grown specifically to withstand its use, and a growing multitude of diseases and their frequency. - Study Links GMOs to Over 22 Different Diseases

12/14/14 - Pyramid Energies
KeelyNet pyramidenergies.com is a site where I publish weird science experiments with shapes. I got my inspiration for doing this research by reading alot of new age babble about pyramids and other shapes. Thinking that there is a grain of truth to this.

I did a lot of homework and realized I know even less now than I started. This research is not nobel prize worthy but I hope it leads somebody much more smart and capable than myself to a practical application.

Pyramid water freezing patterns - We allow a 5 ounce cup of water to freeze near the apex of a equilateral side pyramid whose wire frame construction is made from stainless steel.

Each side is 26cm long. The faces of the pyramid is made from foam board 1/4 inch thick.

There is a marked difference in which the air bubbles form. They seem to diverge with greater angles alongside the cup. We think that the space inside certain geometric forms is different than that outside geometric forms. And that this space influences crystallization and biological processes. This experiment was repeated several times and the exact same pattern was formed. We think that the energy is not related to cosmic rays. - Pyramid Energies

12/14/14 - When Science Fiction Stopped Caring About the Future
Most people think of science-fiction as being about the future; it's a genre that explores possibilities, from Dr. Frankenstein's invention of artificial life to Ursula K. Le Guin's world populated by humans who have all evolved into single-gendered hermaphrodites. What might happen if? What could happen when? Sci-fi thinks about new technologies, new societies, and new ways of being, good or bad.

And then science-fiction fans turn to the new Star Wars trailer, and find, not the future, but a reshuffling of 30-year-old detritus. There are the storm troopers, there's the Millennium Falcon, there's Tatooine, there's one of those cute droids we're always looking for. There's nary a pretense that we're actually supposed to be imagining a different world. Instead, the pleasure is in reshuffling the old, worn-out bits. Nostalgia is so paramount that even minor tweaks become the grounds for think pieces and extended canon questioning. Are there black stormtroopers? What's up with the new crossguard lightsaber? Explain why these new toys are not exactly the same as the old toys, and be quick about it!

Admittedly, Star Wars never billed itself as a forward-looking endeavor. It's not even supposed to be set in the future, but rather "a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away." The cobbled-together, backwards-looking aesthetic of the franchise is part of its charm (as I've written before.) Still, if you watch the Star Wars trailer and then immediately afterwards watch Ursula K. Le Guin's speech at the National Book Awards, where she won a medal for Distinguished Contribution to Letters, you're likely to get ideological whiplash.

Over here is Le Guin, taking a stand for science fiction on the grounds that "we will be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now and can see through our fear-stricken society and its obsessive technologies to other ways of being, and even imagine some real grounds for hope." And over here is Star Wars, showing you more pictures of the Millennium Falcon. So much for Le Guin’s call to elevate creators who know "the difference between the production of a market commodity and the practice of an art." - When Science Fiction Stopped Caring About the Future



12/14/14 - Geophysicist maps saltwater threat to California aquifers
As if Lake Mead drying up wasn't enough... - JWD Earlier this fall, a team led by Stanford geophysicist Rosemary Knight performed an ambitious experiment to determine the extent of ocean saltwater intrusion into underground freshwater in the Monterey Bay region.

Freshwater is at a premium in much of California, especially along the agriculturally productive Monterey and Santa Cruz coasts. Many of the region's communities rely on groundwater to meet the freshwater needs of their residents and farmers, and the state's current unprecedented drought is only increasing that demand.

But pumping freshwater out of the ground changes the fluid pressure of underground aquifers, and if an aquifer is located near the coast, the result can be an influx of saltwater. Over the course of decades, saltwater intrusion can dramatically change the salinity of an aquifer, rendering it unusable.

In order to determine the seriousness of this problem in the region, researchers led by Stanford geophysicist Rosemary Knight and her former student Adam Pidlisecky, now an assistant professor of geosciences at the University of Calgary, conducted an ambitious scientific survey earlier this fall. The team used an advanced geophysical imaging technique called electrical resistivity tomography, or ERT, to map the salinity of aquifers along the entire Monterey Bay coastline to a depth of up to 1,000 feet.

The recent survey took about two weeks to complete and involved long hours in the sun. Each day, the team, which included Knight's graduate student Meredith Goebel, and members of the Alberta division of the Australian engineering company WorleyParsons, worked to to embed a series of 4-foot metal electrodes into the sand.

Once 80 electrodes were in place, the team pumped tiny pulses of electricity through a connecting wire. The current spread below the ground, and by measuring the voltage between pairs of electrodes, the team could create a resistivity map of the subsurface. ERT measures a property called electrical resistivity, and saltwater has a much lower electrical resistivity than freshwater. Once a section of coastline was surveyed, the team pulled out the stakes and repeated the process again.

Analysis of the survey results should be completed by early next year, and the team plans to share the data with water agencies in the region that are struggling to meet the freshwater demands of local residents, farmers and other businesses. - Geophysicist maps saltwater threat to California aquifers

12/14/14 - Weird, wonderful, amazing and rare low cost eBooks, CDs and DVDs
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

12/14/14 - The epigenetics of The X-Files

12/14/14 - Scorpion-based ‘tumor paint’ helps treat cancer

12/14/14 - Paedophile handed himself in after being fooled by internet scam

12/14/14 - No More Foamy Beer, Thanks To Magnets

12/14/14 - Pascal's Wager

12/14/14 - Will oil’s drop hurt renewable energy?

12/14/14 - How cheap oil changes the world

12/14/14 - How Huge Companies Are Parasites on America's Tech Industry

12/14/14 - The Delusion of Christian 'Discrimination' in America

12/14/14 - Apollo 17 and the Case for Returning to the Moon

12/14/14 - Simplest Electric Motor

12/14/14 - What would happen if we stopped greenhouse gases today?

12/14/14 - Question of negligence hangs over Fukushima nuclear firms

12/14/14 - Greenpeace activists deface Nazca Lines site in Peru

12/14/14 - Farmageddon - Peru

12/14/14 - We can feed the world without chopping down more forests

12/14/14 - How the Magnetic Field Influences Animal Navigation

12/14/14 - Eating Cheeseburgers Doesn’t Just Kill Cows

12/14/14 - U.S. Won’t Stop Native Americans From Growing, Selling Pot

12/14/14 - Outsourced Jobs Are No Longer Cheap, So They're Being Automated

12/14/14 - 'Immortal' Cells Of Henrietta Lacks Live On In Labs

12/14/14 - 'Pac Man' drug gives adults the cholesterol levels of a baby

12/14/14 - App Turns Your DNA Profile Into Your Own Personal Theme Song

12/14/14 - bama Tells Prince William Re-Writing Constitution Doable

12/14/14 - How America Is Like A Bad Boyfriend

12/14/14 - ROBERT REDFORD: Fracking Puts Our Drinking Water at Risk

12/14/14 - Robots that Feel

12/14/14 - Sun has controlled climate over the past 11,000 years, not CO2

12/14/14 - 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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12/10/14 - Never Give Up, plenty of Variations to try!
KeelyNet Hola Folks! Yep, still scanning, collecting and passing around interesting and unusual information for yet another year. Wonder how long it will last? Most sites die after a year or two, but Keelynet, decades ahead of most, is over 25 years old now. So thanks to everyone who sends in items that I might have missed.

I'd like that +25 year bit taken as a testament to how serious I consider this all to be, to have stuck with it. So Christmas or Saturnalia or whatever you celebrate at years end is nearly upon us.

I hope you keep Keelynet in mind for all the info you get here every month, equivalent to the content of 3-5 magazines per MONTH where each of them would charge you $30-$60 a year for a bimonthly or monthly copy. And to read Keelynet costs you how much???

KeelyNet Just sayin...think about a donation and/or subscription for support as a subscription or flat out cash donation...with +2500 hits a day, even half participating in subscriptions would be a huge help to me and I could go to Disneyland!...just kidding but thanks!

So get your ducks in a row, lots of hands out this year! Hope you all stay in good health, have a decent job and that you can spend some time to work on your true destiny instead of a boring job like most do.

I have two projects I'm working on and hoping at least one of them will blow my socks off! Then YOURS! Then the World at large! - Jerry @ Keelynet y mas (and more) - Never Give Up, plenty of Variations to try!

12/10/14 - Global Warming - 13% Cars - 18% Animals
How to stop global warming? This extraordinary movie made by the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation from Holland shows us the whole and bitter truth about the influence of the meat industry on our climate and on the devastation of our environment, water and air. Really excellent video that will make you think. We need to give up meat a couple of days a week. The answer of course is to make artificial meat with the same taste and texture and problem solved. There are companies working on this. Soy and veggie burgers are horrible. - JWD - Global Warming - 13% Cars - 18% Animals

12/10/14 - ObamaCare - "Take Ten Pills and You're Fine"
GOT DRUGS? The D.E.A. is calling on Americans to empty their medicine chests and turn in their private stash of potentially dangerous pharmaceuticals. But what's more American than self-medication? And how else to make it through election season? Republicans oppose such sweeping confiscations and the "Pledge to America," taking a limited-government approach, promises to seize only any "unspent stimulus." Nancy Pelosi explains in song why Congress is not covered by ObamaCare. They have their own plan that gives them special benefits and heavy drug use may be the reason that Congress is so ineffective. - ObamaCare - "Take Ten Pills and You're Fine"

12/10/14 - Old F-16 Fighters Repurposed as Drone Targets
As a pilotless F-16, out of service for 15 years, roared into the sky last week at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., members of Boeing's QF-16 team and the U.S. Air Force celebrated. The flight represented the first unmanned QF-16 Full Scale Aerial Target flight. Put another way, fighter pilots now have an adversary for which to train against that prepares them like never before.

Two U.S. Air Force test pilots in a ground control station at Tydall remotely flew the QF-16, which is a retired F-16 jet modified to be an aerial target. While in the air, the QF-16 mission included a series of simulated maneuvers, reaching supersonic speeds, returning to base and landing, all without a pilot in the cockpit.

"It was a little different to see it without anyone in it, but it was a great flight all the way around," said U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Ryan Inman, Commander, 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron. "It's a replication of current, real world situations and aircraft platforms they can shoot as a target. Now we have a 9G capable, highly sustainable aerial target." Prior to the QF-16, the military used a QF-4 aircraft, which was a modification of the F-4 Phantom, a Vietnam-era fighter The modified QF-16 provides pilots a target that performs closer to many jets flying today.

The QF-16s were all retired aircraft. Boeing retrieved them from Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona and restored them for flight. Next up, live fire testing moves to Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. The military will ultimately use QF-16s for weapons testing and other aerial training. So far, Boeing has modified six F-16s into the QF-16 configuration. Thanks Norm for this great video link! - JWD - Old F-16 Fighters Repurposed as Drone Targets

12/10/14 - Cops Are Cowards
It would be nice if the mythology about "the brave men and women of law enforcement," and the image of police that you see on TV and in movies, in some way resembled reality. But it doesn't.

As inflammatory and shocking the title of this video, I watched it and the guy makes excellent points that no rational person can deny. Watch it, you'll see too. Not everyone is a hero and there is a gang mentality with cops to cover each other and mask their abuses. - JWD - Cops Are Cowards

12/10/14 - Mysterious Humanoid Caught Next To Mars Curiosity Rover
The image, which appears to show the shadow of a humanoid leaning over the curiosity rover, was snapped by the left navigation camera, onboard the mars explorer. - Mysterious Humanoid Caught Next To Mars Curiosity Rover

12/10/14 - Dust-laden solar panels stop working

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Here is an opportunity for all you inventors, Dustbots! Looks like they already exist but need to redesign for solar panels. - JWD Street lights installed along the Tinkune-Maitighar road section have stopped working as solar panels for powering the lights are covered with dust.

Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), which had installed solar street lights in the capital, has neither been cleaning up the panels regularly nor handing them over to the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC). The KMC has said it would regularly clean up the solar panels if the NEA hands over the street lights.

Ahead of the SAARC summit, NEA had installed 1000 solar street lights in the capital. Even when technicians say that the panels should be cleaned up at least once a month, NEA has not cleaned up the solar panels even once after installation. As a result, the dust covered solar panels have stopped working.

“We had told NEA before the SAARC Summit that we are ready to set up a separate unit in KMC, especially for the maintenance of solar street lights. But NEA has not responded to our proposal,” said Dhan Bahadur Shrestha, executive chief of KMC. He said KMC cannot clean up the panels unless NEA handovers the solar lights to it officially. - Dust-laden solar panels stop working

12/10/14 - American oil will restore American greatness
KeelyNet I’ve been following the efforts made by the planners of the Keystone XL pipeline on both sides of the border for six years as they were strung along by Obama. The architects of the plan to send oil through the United States from Canada to refineries in the Gulf were deliberate and transparent. They crossed every “t” and they dotted every “i”. In the end, it did them no good.

I have good news this Thanksgiving. America needs neither the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada nor all those illegal Mexicans. America needs a smaller less intrusive government and no more imperial presidents. That’s because America is the second-richest resource nation in the world. All it takes is that we the people wake up wanting less government and fewer dictates from presidents.

The U.S. has more than $10 trillion more in natural resource assets than does Saudi Arabia and $12 trillion dollars more than does Canada. As a result, our president shouldn’t be bowing down to anyone. We know for a fact Obama doesn’t bow to Canada. But his crouching before the king of Saudi Arabia is perplexing and disturbing because it is not needed.

As of today, we could tell Saudi Arabia to take its oil and its radical Wasabi religion and shove it! For a spell, we might need some other imports — but not for long. That is because for the first time since the Nixon administration we are no longer dependent upon foreign oil. New recovery technologies such as horizontal drilling, 3-D mapping and fracking have made the United States once again the world’s oil kingpins. If we can break the grip of the Greens and explore Alaska’s rich petroleum reservoirs, the United States has the opportunity to become a major oil exporter.

The turnaround in U.S. barrels of oil produced has been mesmerizing, and I say this as a writer who two decades ago declared that America could become a petroleum cripple. The US uses about 18 million gallons barrels of oil per day

Last summer, Bloomberg wrote this headline: “U.S. Seen as Biggest Oil Producer After Overtaking Saudi Arabia.” The article reported that the United States was producing more than 11 million barrels per day in the first quarter of 2014 and there are more gushers in America’s future. Bloomberg reported that, according to the IEA, a Paris-based adviser, U.S. oil output will surge past 13 million barrels per day by 2019.

Our ongoing war with Islam, largely over their oil, can be won soon. That is because American oil is being easily pumped from our domestic oilfields and refined into cheaper and cheaper gasoline. To me that smells like victory! - American oil will restore American greatness

12/10/14 - The Real Reason For Cheap Oil and Gas
Coming directly from WeAreChange youtube channel. WeAreChange presents evidence that there’s more to these cheap oil and gas prices than what we are being told. WeAreChange states “In this video Luke Rudkowski explains the greater geopolitical chess game that is causing gas and oil prices to drop globally.”

The MSM news actually talked about this openly. I remember several times President Obama was in Vegas just as the crown princes of Kuwait and/or Saudi Arabia happened to be in town. For about a 4 year stretch this was happening on at least three occasions that I know of. I cannot imagine this stopping.

It’s sad because I tried to contact MSM about this because the timing suggested foreign money was being put into the campaigns and no one listened. I THOUGHT real news people wanted real news. Remember Saudis got fat on President Obama’s refusal to even talk about US drilling that allowed OPEC to slow production because of the guaranteed lack of US competition. It is favor returning time. So no more Obama in 2016 and no more backroom oil deals so prices are going back down. Thats the premise as I understand it. - JWD - The Real Reason For Cheap Oil and Gas

12/10/14 - Dual Futures, Time and Gravity
KeelyNet Bear in mind, for DECADES, I have been repeating that Keely said "Time is Gravity" meaning it is the flow of aether/zpe into the neutral center of matter which produces gravity, inertia and time.

So by slowing the aether/zpe influx, we reduce gravity, reduce inertia and SLOW TIME. I'm glad they are catching up. Implementation of this realization will change the world beyond what we can imagine at present. - JWD

Tentative new work ... suggests that perhaps the arrow of time doesn't really require a fine-tuned, low-entropy initial state at all but is instead the inevitable product of the fundamental laws of physics.

Barbour and his colleagues argue that it is gravity, rather than thermodynamics, that draws the bowstring to let time's arrow fly. Their findings were published in October in Physical Review Letters.

For more than a century, the standard explanation for “time’s arrow,” as the astrophysicist Arthur Eddington first called it in 1927, has been that it is an emergent property of thermodynamics, as first laid out in the work of the 19th-century Austrian physicist Ludwig Boltzmann. In this view what we perceive as the arrow of time is really just the inexorable rearrangement of highly ordered states into random, useless configurations, a product of the universal tendency for all things to settle toward equilibrium with one another.

Informally speaking, the crux of this idea is that “things fall apart,” but more formally, it is a consequence of the second law of thermodynamics, which Boltzmann helped devise. Increasing entropy is a cosmic certainty because there are always a great many more disordered states than orderly ones for any given system, similar to how there are many more ways to scatter papers across a desk than to stack them neatly in a single pile.

Many of the modern explanations for a low-entropy arrow of time involve a theory called inflation—the idea that a strange burst of antigravity ballooned the primordial universe to an astronomically larger size, smoothing it out into what corresponds to a very low-entropy state from which subsequent cosmic structures could emerge. But explaining inflation itself seems to require even more fine-tuning.

One of the problems is that once begun, inflation tends to continue unstoppably. This “eternal inflation” would spawn infinitudes of baby universes about which predictions and observations are, at best, elusive. Whether this is an undesirable bug or a wonderful feature of the theory is a matter of fierce debate; for the time being it seems that inflation’s extreme flexibility and explanatory power are both its greatest strength and its greatest weakness.

The team’s conclusions come from studying an exceedingly simple proxy for our universe, a computer simulation of 1,000 pointlike particles interacting under the influence of Newtonian gravity. They investigated the dynamic behavior of the system using a measure of its "complexity," which corresponds to the ratio of the distance between the system’s closest pair of particles and the distance between the most widely separated particle pair. The system’s complexity is at its lowest when all the particles come together in a densely packed cloud, a state of minimum size and maximum uniformity roughly analogous to the big bang.

The team’s analysis showed that essentially every configuration of particles, regardless of their number and scale, would evolve into this low-complexity state. Thus, the sheer force of gravity sets the stage for the system’s expansion and the origin of time’s arrow, all without any delicate fine-tuning to first establish a low-entropy initial condition.

From that low-complexity state, the system of particles then expands outward in both temporal directions, creating two distinct, symmetric and opposite arrows of time. Along each of the two temporal paths, gravity then pulls the particles into larger, more ordered and complex structures—the model’s equivalent of galaxy clusters, stars and planetary systems. From there, the standard thermodynamic passage of time can manifest and unfold on each of the two divergent paths.

In other words, the model has one past but two futures. As hinted by the time-indifferent laws of physics, time’s arrow may in a sense move in two directions, although any observer can only see and experience one. “It is the nature of gravity to pull the universe out of its primordial chaos and create structure, order and complexity,” Mercati says. “All the solutions break into two epochs, which go on forever in the two time directions, divided by this central state which has very characteristic properties.” Although the model is crude, and does not incorporate either quantum mechanics or general relativity, its potential implications are vast. - Dual Futures, Time and Gravity

12/10/14 - Aether Denser than Matter

12/10/14 - China's Richest Billionaires Are Buying up America

12/10/14 - Without The Moon, Mankind would not exist!

12/10/14 - 12,000-Year-Old Human Hair DNA Has No Match With Modern Humans

12/10/14 - Ferguson Protester Accidentally Burns Down Own House

12/10/14 - Generator that converts waste heat into energy

12/10/14 - River Monsters Pranks

12/10/14 - Working Nuclear Fusion Reactor In Three Years?

12/10/14 - Huge New Asteroid That Could Crash to Earth

12/10/14 - Trashed laptop batteries to power homes

12/10/14 - The Spintronic Generator

12/10/14 - Light Instead of Wires In Computers

12/10/14 - Deep Sleep and Incredible Dreams Herbal Formula

12/10/14 - American Exceptionalism – Nationalistic Arrogance or Historical Fact?

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12/10/14 - Obama Promotes $7/Gallon Gas

12/10/14 - Has a Massive BOONDOGGLE Hobbled NASA?

12/10/14 - Facts? We Don’t Need No Stinking Facts!

12/10/14 - Small New Jersey Town Forced to Pay $7.75 Million to Muslims

12/10/14 - MIT had cure for Ebola back in 2011

12/10/14 - George Wisemans ideas to help Fix America

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12/10/14 - Never Fear Smith is Here with Jonathan Harris

12/10/14 - Palin Blasts Obama With This Hilarious/Offensive Image

12/10/14 - Congress gives Native American lands to foreign mining company

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