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05/02/16 - Jet-powered hoverboard shatters world record
Franky Zapata's "Flyboard Air" flew over a mile, nearly ten times farther than ever before. The "Flyboard Air" from inventor Franky Zapata is real, spectacular and just set a world record for the longest hoverboard flight of all time, 3:55 minutes at 55kmph. It traveled 2,252 meters or 7,388 feet, nearly ten times farther than the mark set last year by Catalin Alexandru Duru on a much larger device. The record has already been certified by Guinness, which attended the event.

Frenchman Zapata is the man behind the Flyboard, a watersports device that amounts to a firehose attached to boots. However, the Flyboard Air is completely untethered, and has mind-boggling specs -- it can supposedly fly up to 10,000 feet high and hit 93 miles per hour. Zapata makes it look pretty easy to maneuver, as shown in a test run video (below) made earlier, though he is a jet ski champ with a lot of experience on the original Flyboard. In fact, he says that it would be insane to try the Flyboard Air without at least 50 hours of experience on the water-powered model. Thanks to Jim Tanner for sharing this amazing story! - JWD Click the link for video. - Jet-powered hoverboard shatters world record

05/02/16 - Homemade Hoverbike
What a creation, it's a unhinged flying bike/human blender but unbelievably it gets off the ground and actually FLIES. #Unlearn what a plumber can do in a shed eh? Considering the amount of time i've spent on this and the fact this is my first EVER attempt at making anything that leaves the ground this is well and truly a job well done, it's easy to overlook the true scale of what takes to make something like this work at all. Thanks to Ford for the sponsorship and the Unlearn campaign which has turned my mad idea into a reality and shown that trying new things can lead to amazing results. - Homemade Hoverbike

05/02/16 - Power dense zinc-manganese power unit as cheap as a car battery
KeelyNet A team of scientists working on analyzing energy flows in prototype zinc-manganese batteries have stumbled upon a new way to make these power cells much more reliable, with many more recharge cycles than the humble lead-acid car battery, but costing around the same to produce. The creators claim that the new battery could become an inexpensive, ecologically-sound alternative for storing energy from renewable sources and a high-density solution for storing excess energy from the power grid.

Collaborating with researchers at the University of Washington, Liu and his team had begun by investigating rechargeable zinc-manganese batteries as inexpensive alternatives to lead-acid batteries because of the plentiful and cheap supplies of zinc and manganese. Whilst not expecting to produce any ground-breaking discoveries, the PNNL researchers had hoped to at least produce a better-performing, longer-lasting Zn-Mn battery by seeing if they could overcome earlier failures by other scientists.

Tests showed that the battery's manganese oxide positive anode was reversibly reacting with protons from the water-based electrolyte in which it was immersed, to create the new zinc hydroxyl sulfate material. As a result, the new material soon coated the electrode, and the power flow and cycle capabilities were reduced considerably.

Using their new-found knowledge, the team then went about finding ways to reduce (or even stop) this process. Realizing that chemical conversions were the culprit, they simply figured out that the pace at which the manganese was being transformed could be reduced by upping the manganese concentration in the electrolyte before applying power. (Interestingly, this is not too dissimilar to the research on Lithium-air batteries that sees great improvements when their electrolyte mixes are altered to reduce electrode disintegration.)

And it worked. The researchers claim that the tiny test battery achieved a storage capacity of 285 mAh per gram of manganese oxide over an extraordinary 5,000 cycles, with 92 percent of its initial storage capacity retained. - Power dense zinc-manganese power unit as cheap as a car battery

05/02/16 - How Wave Energy Could Power Homes
Harnessing the the ocean to produce usable power is the mission of alternative energy company Wavestar. The Denmark company has been working on its "big ocean" commercial 1 megawatt machine for a 2017 release, according to its website. The machine seeks to tap into the frontier of the renewable and limitless energy of wave power. The rise in development and adoption of wave power often draws comparisons to that of wind power, according to Nature.

Using its 20 floaters, which bounce with the movement of waves, the 1 megawatt machine would transfer kinetic wave energy through hydraulics to turn and power a generator, according to Tidal Energy Today. One day, the goal is to increase the output of each machine to 6 megawatts, enough for one machine to power up to 4,000 homes.

The use of tidal power can be traced back to the Middle Ages, when people used the moon's power to help grind grain, according to GE Reports. One of the benefits of tidal power is the fact that it's cyclical and predictable, so people know how much power is coming and when. It's also more powerful than wind, since waves are 800 times denser than air, according to Nature. - How Wave Energy Could Power Homes

05/02/16 - Population control unraveling right before our eyes: the vaccine agenda
Is there really such a thing as a population control agenda being pursued by the world’s global elite? The evidence would seem to suggest it but as always, you should judge for yourself. As noted by Truthstream Media, incidents of autism have now climbed to 1 in 45 in America, meaning if you go outside right now and walk down your suburban or neighborhood street, the chances are excellent that you would not have to travel far before you will have passed at least one home with an autistic child there.

The Washington Post added further: "The report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Center for Health Statistics shows that the prevalence of autism in children ages 3 to 17 went up about 80 percent from 2011-2013 to 2014. Instead of 1 in 80 (or 1.25 percent) children having autism — a number that has alarmed public health officials in recent years and strained state and school system resources — researchers now estimate that the prevalence is now 1 in 45 (or 2.24 percent)."

As Truthstream Media reported further: "Fast forward to last summer, when a bunch of doctors began turning up dead around the country under mysterious circumstances. Some twelve doctors died within three months and many were found under suspicious circumstances (such as randomly out in the woods or suffering sudden heart attacks even though they were young and in otherwise great health). Authorities quickly ruled some of the deaths suicides seemingly without even really investigating the circumstances surrounding the death. Some of the doctors were linked to each other through their research. These dead doctors all seem to have one thing in common: they were studying the effects of GcMAF and/or nagalase in regards to cancer patients or links in children with autism. We’ll get to what exactly those two things are in a moment."

One of the more high-profile murders was Dr. James Bradstreet, his body found floating in a river in North Carolina with a single gunshot to the chest.

CDC Admits Flu Shots Fail Half the Time - mericans have never been big fans of flu shots. During the 2009 “swine flu” influenza A pandemic, only about 40 percent of adults bothered to roll up their sleeves. 1 Last year, flu vaccine rates were still just 47 percent for adults but pediatricians had vaccinated 75 percent of children under two years old. Doctors insist that just because we get sick with a fever, headache, body aches and a terrible cough that hangs on for weeks after getting vaccinated, it doesn’t mean the vaccine made us sick. They say it was just a “coincidence” because correlation does not equal causation. 3 4

Well, that may be true some of the time, but now the CDC is admitting that flu shots don’t prevent influenza most of the time. 5 In fact, studies show that a history of seasonal flu shots can even make people more susceptible to getting sick with a fever, headache, body aches and a terrible cough that hangs on for weeks! 6 But just like with pertussis infections, a lot of people also get and transmit influenza infections without showing any symptoms at all. 7 8 9 Click the link for videos. - Population control unraveling right before our eyes: the vaccine agenda

05/02/16 - China and Russia are boosting their military cooperation to try to contain the US
China and Russia will increase military exercises to strengthen security and defence cooperation amid growing tensions in the ­disputed South China Sea. Russian Defence Minister ­Sergey Shoigu unveiled the plan at a meeting with his visiting ­Chinese counterpart Chang ­Wanquan on Wednesday, Tass news agency reported. “We highly appreciate a high level of Russian-Chinese contact both at the state and defence levels,” Shoigu said. “This year we are going to hold more exercises and events than in past years.”

Speaking on the sidelines of an international security conference in Moscow, Shoigu said the two nations would conduct both ground and naval exercises. “Certainly, the aim is to strengthen mutually beneficial relations of partnership,” he said. China was willing to deepen defence and security ties with Russia and to maintain “communication and coordination over regional and international hot-button issues”, including anti-terrorism, Xinhua quoted Chang as saying.

Both countries “faced a more complicated situation in the sphere of international security”, which required them “to pull together and join efforts”, he said. Shoigu was cited by Xinhua as saying the deepening comprehensive strategic partnership between Beijing and Moscow would help “safeguard peace and stability of the Eurasian region and the world.”

The remarks come as Beijing steps up efforts to lobby support ahead of a key international court ruling on the South China Sea disputes, which is widely expected to go against China. Last week, Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov that both nations should join hands to oppose “internationalizing” the disputes, referring to the ruling from the Permanent Court of ­Arbitration in The Hague due in late May or early June.

China and Russia have intensified military exercises over the past year, including several naval exercises conducted last year. China will host the Joint Sea-2016 naval drill later this year. The strengthened defence ties between the two nations, mainly through the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation platform, are widely believed to be aimed at countering the United States’ growing military presence in the Asia-Pacific region. - (We need to stick to guarding our own borders and quit messing with other countries far from us. - JWD) - China and Russia are boosting their military cooperation to try to contain the US

05/02/16 - X-18 new street drug is 10,000 times more potent than morphine
It was first developed in a Canadian lab more than three decades ago, promising and potent — and intended to relieve pain in a less addictive way.

Labeled W-18, the synthetic opioid was the most powerful in a series of about 30 compounds concocted at the University of Alberta and patented in the U.S. and Canada in 1984. But no pharmaceutical company would pick it up, so on a shelf the recipe sat, the research chronicled in medical journals but never put to use. The compound was largely forgotten.

Then a Chinese chemist found it, and in labs halfway around the world started developing the drug for consumers in search of a cheap and legal high — one experts say is 100 times more potent than fentanyl and 10,000 stronger than morphine.

Health officials are concerned for many reasons. There are currently no tests to detect the drug in a person’s blood or urine, according to reports, making it difficult for doctors to help someone who might be overdosing, a risk outlined in the drug’s 1984 patent. Its effect on humans is largely unknown because W-18 was only ever tested on lab mice. “Whenever this drug starts circulating on the streets you’re going to have deaths,” Sacramento-based forensic chemist Brian Escamilla told the Calgary Sun. - X-18 new street drug is 10,000 times more potent than morphine

05/02/16 - Amazing Cities on Venus (in Spanish)
The Magellan probe sent to Venus that operated in the late 80s and 90s, collected an enormous amount of images that have finally been published by NASA in which huge cities, artificial structures and all kinds of elements that seem to obey constructions appear intelligent effected by some kind of alien race that inhabited or colonized the second planet in our solar system, in the following video, we show those buildings that we have found and their interpretations in 3 Dimensions of them. The Link where the maps is as follows, where you can check yourself the images shown in the video as well as find new locations with suspiciously artificial elements: - Amazing Cities on Venus (in Spanish)

05/02/16 - Hawaii church deploying igloos to house homeless families

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A church in Hawaii looking to address the state's ongoing homelessness crisis has settled on a solution that on first look appears better suited for the frigid winters of Alaska than the islands' tropical climate: igloos. There's no risk of the dome-shaped structures melting. They are made of fiberglass and their construction keeps the interior about 10-15 degrees cooler when the hot sun is blazing down, officials at First Assembly of God in Honolulu said.

Church officials plan to order a dozen homes, each of which can house four people, and erect them on the windward side of Oahu on land that the church had planned to use as a cabin retreat for its members. "It is a crisis situation," said Klayton Ko, the church's senior pastor, noting that the igloos can be part of an interim solution until several years from now when new affordable housing becomes available.

The igloos are the latest idea in the islands as the state struggles to deal with the nation's highest per capita homelessness rate. Honolulu is using shipping containers to house some people, and others are pushing traditional thatched "hale" homes. It's not the first time igloos or domes have been deployed before for the homeless. In Los Angeles, about 35 people lived in a cluster of them called "Dome Village" beginning in 1993, but the shelter closed in 2006 when the property owner raised the rent. Ko said he was inspired when he read about the village online.

The igloos have 21 panels that overlap like fish scales, said Don Kubley, president and CEO of Juneau-based InterShelter, which manufactures the igloos. "The panels stack like Pringle potato chips and can fit in the back of a pickup truck," Kubley said. The 20-foot-wide, 314-square-foot domes will cost the church about $9,500 each, not including a floor or base, plus $800 each for shipping, Kubley said. The church has raised about $100,000 for the project so far through donations from its members and other churches, and it's seeking corporate sponsors, said Daniel Kaneshiro, pastor at First Assembly of God. Oregon-based Pacific Domes has supplied domes to homeless shelters, and their structures were used to house people who lost their homes in Hurricanes Andrew, Katrina and other major disasters, said Asha Deliverance, the company's founder.

On industrial Sand Island, Honolulu recently opened Hale Mauliola, a shelter made from shipping containers. Single units in the pastel-colored containers are big enough to hold a cot and some personal belongings, and residents use communal showers and facilities at a trailer on-site. Three meals per day are served at a cluster of picnic tables shaded by an awning.

"It's like an upgraded camping experience," said Kimo Carvalho, spokesman for the Institute for Human Services, the nonprofit that runs the shelter. The containers cost $9,117 per unit for a 72-square-foot room for a couple, or $7,717 for a 49-square-foot room for singles. - Hawaii church deploying igloos to house homeless families

05/02/16 - Trains a simple new way to store energy

05/02/16 - Oklahoma governor signs civil asset forfeiture legislation

05/02/16 - Huge solar panel barge could be the future of ocean-based renewable energy

05/02/16 - Salts in the brain control our sleep-wake cycle

05/02/16 - Cell Phones Destroy Your Tooth Fillings And Release Poison Into Your Blood

05/02/16 - Kill Head Lice with Clove oil

05/02/16 - Oscillating currents point to practical application for topological insulators

05/02/16 - Mice in Space Get Liver Damage After Two Weeks

05/02/16 - A Gun-Storing Tactical Wall That Hides in Plain Sight

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05/02/16 - Get Rid of Tooth Plaque, Tartar and Bleeding Gums in a Very Simple And Easy Way Without Pain

05/02/16 - Israel’s controversial ‘roof knocking’ tactic appears in Iraq

05/02/16 - Drug Cartels Assisting ISIS Terrorists Into US

05/02/16 - California Signs Law Allowing Illegals To Vote

05/02/16 - Heat Exchanger from Large Coil of PEX

05/02/16 - Thinking People Are Here to Stay, Trauma Fuels Us

05/02/16 - Moringa Induces Cancer Cell Death

05/02/16 - 'Tantalizing' hints of room-temperature superconductivity

05/02/16 - Device Turns Saltwater Into Drinking Water Using The Direct Sunlight

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

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

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

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

Now with free shipping to USA and Canada!

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

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