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10/08/15 - Anti-Gravity Platform of Victor S. Grebennikov
Viktor Grebennikov lived in Russia, was an entomologist and made an important discovery, which led to a flying contraption The vehicle looks simple, but when you get into the details and the science, it's really quite complicated. This video will tell you about Viktor Grebennikov and his flying platform.

The Natural Phenomena of AntiGravitation and Invisibility in Insects due to the Grebennikov Cavity Structure Effect (CSE) - Keelynet first discovered, checked out and posted information about Grebennikov around 2002 as a translation of Chapter 5 which dealt with his cavity structure effect and his flying platform. The information spurred many articles, websites and experiments and was included in the Discovery documentary, "A Machine to Die for". Clink link for videos - Anti-Gravity Platform of Victor S. Grebennikov

10/08/15 - Undercover Boss Epic Bosses
Great show about bosses going undercover to find out how their companies and employees work. Lots of amazing people and emotional reactions on both sides. Undercover Boss US is an American reality television series, based on the British series of the same name and produced by Studio Lambert in both countries. Each episode depicts a person who has a high management position at a major business, deciding to become undercover as an entry-level employee to discover the faults in the company. Clink link for videos - Undercover Boss Epic Bosses

10/08/15 - A Universe from Nothing
Via Zpenergy.com - In the inflationary theory, matter, antimatter, and photons were produced by the energy of the false vacuum, which was released following the phase transition. All of these particles consist of positive energy. This energy, however, is exactly balanced by the negative gravitational energy of everything pulling on everything else. In other words, the total energy of the universe is zero! It is remarkable that the universe consists of essentially nothing, but (fortunately for us) in positive and negative parts.

You can easily see that gravity is associated with negative energy: If you drop a ball from rest (defined to be a state of zero energy), it gains energy of motion (kinetic energy) as it falls. But this gain is exactly balanced by a larger negative gravitational energy as it comes closer to Earth~ez_rsquo~s center, so the sum of the two energies remains zero.

The idea of a zero-energy universe, together with inflation, suggests that all one needs is just a tiny bit of energy to get the whole thing started (that is, a tiny volume of energy in which inflation can begin). The universe then experiences inflationary expansion, but without creating net energy.

What produced the energy before inflation? This is perhaps the ultimate question. As crazy as it might seem, the energy may have come out of nothing! The meaning of ~ez_ldquo~nothing~ez_rdquo~ is somewhat ambiguous here. It might be the vacuum in some pre-existing space and time, or it could be nothing at all ~ez_ndash~ that is, all concepts of space and time were created with the universe itself.

Quantum theory, and specifically Heisenberg~ez_rsquo~s uncertainty principle, provide a natural explanation for how that energy may have come out of nothing. Throughout the universe, particles and antiparticles spontaneously form and quickly annihilate each other without violating the law of energy conservation. These spontaneous births and deaths of so-called ~ez_ldquo~virtual particle~ez_rdquo~ pairs are known as ~ez_ldquo~quantum fluctuations.~ez_rdquo~ Indeed, laboratory experiments have proven that quantum fluctuations occur everywhere, all the time. Virtual particle pairs (such as electrons and positrons) directly affect the energy levels of atoms, and the predicted energy levels disagree with the experimentally measured levels unless quantum fluctuations are taken into account... - A Universe from Nothing

10/08/15 - How Politicians Tried To Keep Uber Out of Vegas
Sex, Drugs, and Transportation - Johana Bhuiyan has written an interesting article about how the Las Vegas taxi industry used every political maneuver in its arsenal to keep Uber and Lyft off the strip.

Vegas is one of the most lucrative transportation markets in the country, with some 41.1 million visitors passing through it annually. The city's taxi industry has raked in a whopping $290 million this year to date (PDF).

What made Vegas unique ~ez_mdash~ what made it Uber's biggest challenge yet ~ez_mdash~ was the extent to which local governments were willing to protect the incumbents.

According to Bhuiyan, in Las Vegas, Uber and its pugnacious CEO Travis Kalanick really did run into the corrupt taxi cartel bogeymen they'd long claimed to be saving us from, and this cartel would prove to be their most formidable opponent. But when push came to shove and the fight turned ugly, the world's fastest-growing company ran right over its entrenched opposition. - How Politicians Tried To Keep Uber Out of Vegas

10/08/15 - Non Geek complaints about Big Bang Theory
"Indecent obscene and indecent" The Big Bang Theory FCC complaints: "You are sick producers of worthless content."

CBS' The Big Bang Theory recently kicked off of its ninth season to an audience of over 18 million viewers. Despite its seemingly unwavering popularity, the sitcom's pastiche of nerd culture has earned its fair share of critics - the most ardent of which, FCC complaints show, are calling upon the government to yank the show from the airwaves.

Most of the complaints, released via a Freedom of Information Act request by MuckRock's Michael Morisy, are less concerned about inaccurate depictions of Star Trek fandom than they are, as one user puts it, "the mention of intimate relations." - Non Geek complaints about Big Bang Theory

10/08/15 - DNA sterilizaton vaccine
Animal birth control could soon be just a shot away. A new injection makes male and female mice infertile by tricking their muscles into producing hormone-blocking antibodies. If the approach works in dogs and cats, researchers say, it could be used to neuter and spay pets and to control reproduction in feral animal populations. A similar approach could one day spur the development of long-term birth control options for humans.

For decades, the go-to methods for controlling animal reproduction have been spay or neuter surgeries. But the surgeries, which require animals to be anesthetized, can be expensive~ez_mdash~one reason so many dogs and cats remain unfixed and feral animal populations continue to grow. Nearly 2.7 million dogs and cats were euthanized in U.S. shelters last year. A cheaper, faster method of sterilization is considered a holy grail for animal population control.

To get there, researchers have already created vaccines that trigger an immune response in animals. This response produces antibodies that block gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), required by all mammals to turn on the pathways that spur egg or sperm development. The vaccines in this class~ez_mdash~including deer contraceptive GonaCon~ez_mdash~have been shown to effectively work as both male and female birth control in animals. But, like many human immunizations, the vaccines rely on an immune response that eventually dwindles away, forcing the use of booster shots every few years.

Biologist Bruce Hay of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena and colleagues took a different approach to blocking GnRH. Rather than rely on animals~ez_rsquo~ immune systems to create antibodies, he and his colleagues engineered a piece of DNA that~ez_mdash~when packaged inside inactive virus shells and injected into mice~ez_mdash~turned their muscle cells into anti-GnRH antibody factories. Because muscle cells are some of the longest lasting in the body, they continue to churn out the antibodies for 10 or more years. Both male and female mice with high enough levels of the antibodies were rendered completely infertile when Hay~ez_rsquo~s team allowed them to mate 2 months later, the team reports online today in Current Biology.

~ez_ldquo~That 2-month delay is because of how long it takes the muscle to start producing enough antibody,~ez_rdquo~ Hay explains. ~ez_ldquo~Going forward, one goal is certainly to try other systems that wouldn~ez_rsquo~t have that time lag.~ez_rdquo~ - DNA sterilizaton vaccine

10/08/15 - Spaceport killing cursed town
The Guardian has an article about Virgin Galactic's proposed launch site, Spaceport America, which broke ground in southern New Mexico's high desert in 2009 with almost a quarter of a billion dollars from taxpayers, $76m of which came from the two local counties.

Truth or Consequences, population 6,000 and home to the Spaceport America Visitor Center, is one of the poorest places in the state. The increased taxes, adopted across impoverished Sierra County, contributed to about $5m as of 2014.

Since 2009, state school budgets have been cut and an estimated $26m in necessary repairs to the town's water system has been put on hold. There's no more money to pay for it. The average annual income of residents is just $15,000 per year, one third of residents live below the poverty line, and just 20% over the age of 25 have obtained a bachelor's degree.

The spaceport is losing an estimated $500,000 per year, according to an investigation by KRQE. Among other maintenance and upkeep costs, the state spends about $3m per year on premiere firefighting services for intermittent rocket testing, despite the fact that the commercial space programs that were supposed to lease the facility have all pulled back their launch plans.

New Mexico is not the only state with a horse in the commercial space race; Florida, California, Texas, Virginia have all won bids to feather billionaire~ez_rsquo~s space dreams with financial incentives. New Mexico just happens to have jumped in with both feet, building a whole facility for Virgin Galactic and asking for little in return.

State senator George Muņoz, who has described the Spaceport Authority as ~ez_ldquo~throwing money every way the wind blows~ez_rdquo~, says it~ez_rsquo~s long past time the state cut its losses and got out of the game.

~ez_ldquo~We got star-struck and made a deal,~ez_rdquo~ says Muņoz. ~ez_ldquo~Who didn~ez_rsquo~t want to watch space movies, right, when they were little? And who didn~ez_rsquo~t want to go into space and explore something new? And that~ez_rsquo~s what they told the people in Truth or Consequences was going to happen.~ez_rdquo~ As for the motel owners, the artists, the cooks ~ez_ndash~ no one has heard of anybody living in town with a ticket up and out.

~ez_ldquo~When the Pueblo were kicked off this land,~ez_rdquo~ says retiree Rich Strezo, sitting on the collapsed sofa in the Passion Pie Cafe on main street, ~ez_ldquo~they put a curse on it to say that no white man would ever be successful here.~ez_rdquo~ Clink link for video - Spaceport killing cursed town

10/08/15 - Cold Fusion and Deuterium powered homes
Ah, who can forget the cold-fusion fiasco of the early 1990s? Promises of room-temperature fusion machines in every home providing nearly-free energy for all. Relive those glory days of hype with this report of Deuterium-Based Home Reactors. Elliot Williams does a good job of deflating the sensationalism by pointing out all of the "breakthroughs," their lack of having any other labs successfully verify the experiments, and the fact that many of the same players from the news stories in the '90s are once again wrapped up in this one. I'm still waiting for the neighborhood E-Cat to arrive ...

Ultra-Dense Deuterium - The Heat generation above break-even from laser-induced fusion in ultra-dense deuterium press release claims: a ~ez_ldquo~new type of nuclear fusion process~ez_rdquo~. Warning bells go off already. There hasn~ez_rsquo~t been a new type nuclear fusion process since a few seconds after the Big Bang. New techniques, new strategies at setting off or containing the same old nuclear fusion, sure, but a whole new type of fusion is a revolutionary claim. Maybe it~ez_rsquo~s a bad translation from the Swedish.

Further claims in the press release include a reaction that doesn~ez_rsquo~t use tritium atoms, which are expensive and radioactive, is viable on a small scale, and doesn~ez_rsquo~t emit harmful fusion byproducts like speeding neutrons. It sounds almost too good to be true. So we downloaded the paper which the press release is based on. The details on the experiment are sketchy but the authors claim that they~ez_rsquo~re getting more energy out than they~ez_rsquo~re putting in, including fusion byproducts, and all of this at room temperature.

The secret sauce seems to be ultra-dense deuterium, ~ez_ldquo~D(0)~ez_rdquo~ whatever that means. Looking through the author~ez_rsquo~s other papers, it looks like he~ez_rsquo~s claiming to have made metallic hydrogen, which would be a Nobel Prize right there. And it~ez_rsquo~s starting to look a little bit suspicious that no other labs have replicated the work in the intervening eight or ten years.

While metallic hydrogen probably exists inside the core of Jupiter, no lab on Earth has succeeded in making metallic hydrogen repeatably, although it~ez_rsquo~s been postulated to be possible since 1935 and many have tried. Teams at Cornell and the French Atomic Commission have both given it a shot, and failed with pressures as high as 3.2 million atmospheres.

Well, no labs except [Holmlid]~ez_rsquo~s. It must be true, though, because it~ez_rsquo~s on Wikipedia! It says right there that the [Holmlid] lab made metallic hydrogen using ~ez_ldquo~Rydberg Matter~ez_rdquo~. We~ez_rsquo~d never heard of this stuff, so we followed that Wikipedia link down the rabbit hole, only to find some mumbo-jumbo that we didn~ez_rsquo~t understand and citations of papers nearly exclusively by, you guessed it, [Leif Holmlid].

We~ez_rsquo~re done with ultra-dense deuterium at this point, and the rest of the work with it. Why? Because science is based on consensus and reproducible results. Non-reproducible experimental results by a single investigator aren~ez_rsquo~t results ~ez_mdash~ they~ez_rsquo~re anecdotes at best. Nope, what we~ez_rsquo~ve got here is a case of the cold fusions. - Cold Fusion and Deuterium powered homes

10/08/15 - DARPA Jolts the Nervous System
DARPA Wants to Jolt the Nervous System with Electricity, Lasers, Sound Waves, and Magnets. DARPA is sinking some cash into the buzzy new research field of "electroceuticals," which involves stimulating nerves to control the activity of organs or bodily systems. The newest techniques have little in common with electroshock therapy, which sends a strong current broadly through the brain tissue; today's cutting-edge methods can target individual neurons, and turn them "on" and "off" with great precision.

Under DARPA's new ElectRx program, seven research teams will explore different ways to modulate activity of the peripheral nervous system. Some will stimulate neurons directly with electricity, while others will take more roundabout routes involving light, acoustics, and magnetic fields.

Yesterday, DARPA announced the first seven grants under the ElectRx program. The scientists chosen are doing fairly fundamental research, because we~ez_rsquo~re still in the early days of electric medicine; they~ez_rsquo~ll investigate mechanisms by which to stimulate the nerves, and map nerve pathways that respond to that stimulation. They~ez_rsquo~re working on treatments for disorders such as chronic pain, post-traumatic stress, and inflammatory bowel disease.

The proposed stimulation methods are fascinating in their diversity. Researchers will not only stimulate nerves with jolts of electricity, they~ez_rsquo~ll also use pulses of light, sound waves, and magnetic fields.

The light-based stimulation research comes from the startup Circuit Therapeutics. The company was cofounded by Stanford~ez_rsquo~s Karl Deisseroth, one of the inventors of optogenetics, the new technique that inserts light-sensitive proteins into neurons and then uses pulses of light to turn those neurons ~ez_ldquo~on~ez_rdquo~ and ~ez_ldquo~off.~ez_rdquo~ Under the DARPA grant, the researchers will try to use pulses of light to alter neural circuits involved in neuropathic pain.

To tweak the nervous system with sound waves, Columbia University~ez_rsquo~s Elisa Konofagou will use a somewhat mysterious ultrasound technique. In an e-mail, Konofagou explains that it~ez_rsquo~s already known that ultrasound can be used to stimulate neurons, but with the DARPA grant, she hopes to figure out how it works. Her hypothesis: As ultrasound propogates through biological tissue, it exerts mechanical pressure on that tissue, which stimulates specific mechanosensitive channels in neurons and causes them to ~ez_ldquo~turn on.~ez_rdquo~

The final project will rely on magnetic fields to activate neurons, using a technique that could be called ~ez_ldquo~magnetogenetics.~ez_rdquo~ An MIT team led by Polina Anikeeva will insert heat-sensitive proteins into neurons, and will then deploy magnetic nanoparticles that bind to the surface of those neurons. When exposed to a magnetic field, these nanoparticles heat up and activate the neurons to which they~ez_rsquo~re attached. - DARPA Jolts the Nervous System

10/08/15 - 1.9 million fine for unauthorized drones?
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has been under pressure to regulate the nascent drone industry. It's obvious they lack a clear idea of how to proceed ~ez_mdash~ but they're trying. Today they announced a proposal to fine SkyPan International a whopping $1.9 million for allegedly conducting 65 unauthorized commercial drone flights over Chicago and New York City.

The flights occurred over a period of almost three years, for the purpose of aerial photography. 43 of the flights impinged upon highly restricted airspace, and the FAA says none of them were "without risk." They bluntly allege that SkyPan "operated the aircraft in a careless or reckless manner so as to endanger lives or property." SkyPan now has 30 days to respond.

The FAA proposes a $1.9 million civil penalty against SkyPan International, Inc. of Chicago. Between March 21, 2012, and Dec. 15, 2014, SkyPan conducted 65 unauthorized operations in some of our most congested airspace and heavily populated cities, violating airspace regulations and various operating rules, the FAA alleges. These operations were illegal and not without risk.

The FAA alleges that the company conducted 65 unauthorized commercial UAS flights over various locations in New York City and Chicago between March 21, 2012 and Dec. 15, 2014. The flights involved aerial photography. Of those, 43 flew in the highly restricted New York Class B airspace. ~ez_ldquo~Flying unmanned aircraft in violation of the Federal Aviation Regulations is illegal and can be dangerous,~ez_rdquo~ said FAA Administrator Michael Huerta. ~ez_ldquo~We have the safest airspace in the world, and everyone who uses it must understand and observe our comprehensive set of rules and regulations.~ez_rdquo~

SkyPan operated the 43 flights in the New York Class B airspace without receiving an air traffic control clearance to access it, the FAA alleges. Additionally, the agency alleges the aircraft was not equipped with a two-way radio, transponder, and altitude-reporting equipment. The FAA further alleges that on all 65 flights, the aircraft lacked an airworthiness certificate and effective registration, and SkyPan did not have a Certificate of Waiver or Authorization for the operations.

SkyPan operated the aircraft in a careless or reckless manner so as to endanger lives or property, the FAA alleges. SkyPan has 30 days after receiving the FAA~ez_rsquo~s enforcement letter to respond to the agency. - 1.9 million fine for unauthorized drones

10/08/15 - Wind Power cheapest in UK and Germany
KeelyNet Bloomberg reports wind power has now crossed the threshold to become the cheapest source of energy in both the UK and Germany. This is notable because it's the first time this has occurred in a G7 country. In the U.S., wind and solar are still massively overshadowed by the power generated from fossil fuel plants, but the percentage is creeping up. It's gotten to the point where it's starting to affect the lifetime profitability of new plants.

To appreciate what's going on there, you need to understand the capacity factor. That's the percentage of a power plant's maximum potential that's actually achieved over time. Consider a solar project. The sun doesn't shine at night and, even during the day, varies in brightness with the weather and the seasons. So a project that can crank out 100 megawatt hours of electricity during the sunniest part of the day might produce just 20 percent of that when averaged out over a year. That gives it a 20 percent capacity factor.

One of the major strengths of fossil fuel power plants is that they can command very high and predictable capacity factors. The average U.S. natural gas plant, for example, might produce about 70 percent of its potential (falling short of 100 percent because of seasonal demand and maintenance). But that's what's changing, and it's a big deal.

For the first time, widespread adoption of renewables is effectively lowering the capacity factor for fossil fuels. That's because once a solar or wind project is built, the marginal cost of the electricity it produces is pretty much zero~ez_mdash~free electricity~ez_mdash~while coal and gas plants require more fuel for every new watt produced. If you're a power company with a choice, you choose the free stuff every time.

It~ez_rsquo~s a self-reinforcing cycle. As more renewables are installed, coal and natural gas plants are used less. As coal and gas are used less, the cost of using them to generate electricity goes up. As the cost of coal and gas power rises, more renewables will be installed. - Wind Power cheapest in UK and Germany

10/08/15 - 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

10/08/15 - No Boss Companies

10/08/15 - Personal data on used Electronics Online

10/08/15 - Dongle App warns kids driving too fast

10/08/15 - Why Study Coincidences?

10/08/15 - Magical Science Experiments

10/08/15 - Gravitation and the Gyroscopic Force PDF

10/08/15 - Open Seti - are we alone?

10/08/15 - Nuclear Missle tampering by UFOS

10/08/15 - Fuel Cells; Go off the grid, for good

10/08/15 - Time Control Achieved

10/08/15 - Extracting power from sound

10/08/15 - Hells Club Mashup

10/08/15 - Migrant Invasion of Europe

10/08/15 - Ham and Sausage 'Offensive'

10/08/15 - Storing memory with light

10/08/15 - Humble Biden

10/08/15 - 39 Days to Mars!

10/08/15 - Gene Therapy for Eyes

10/08/15 - China selling mini-pigs

10/08/15 - John Lennon Was A Cruel, Greedy, Selfish Monster

10/08/15 - Massive Ship Disappears in Bermuda Triangle

10/08/15 - Foreseeing 2000 from 1900

10/08/15 - Beginner~ez_rsquo~s Guide to The 5:2 Diet

10/08/15 - Cannabis treats Epilepsy and more

10/08/15 - Drug lord $100 Million Bounty For Trump DOA

10/08/15 - 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

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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


10/04/15 - Ambient electrostatics for perpetual motion?
Perpetual motion is motion that continues indefinitely without any external source of energy. This is impossible to ever achieve because of friction and other sources of energy loss. A perpetual motion machine is a hypothetical machine that can do work indefinitely without an energy source. This kind of machine is impossible, as it would violate the first or second law of thermodynamics. The poster of this video claims ambient electrostatics powers his wheel.

And the 2nd and 3rd videos are...the rest of the story... Click link for 'reveal' videos - Ambient electrostatics for perpetual motion?

10/04/15 - John G. Trump - the Donalds genius uncle
KeelyNet We often hear presidential candidate Donald Trump brag about his smart uncle, so I did some hunting and found him.

Dr. John George Trump (August 21, 1907, New York City ~ez_ndash~ February 21, 1985, Boston, Massachusetts)[3] was an American electrical engineer, inventor, and physicist.

He was a recipient of U.S. President Ronald Reagan's National Medal of Science, and a member of the National Academy of Engineering.[4][5][6] Trump was noted for developing rotational radiation therapy.[4]

Together with Dr. Robert J. Van de Graaff he developed one of the first million-volt X-ray generators.[4]

Another private source commends him for his specialized research "on the physical stress between capacitive plates in a vacuum as the voltage is raised," which has many novel applications, none of which the Donald would understand but he can hire people who do! - John G. Trump - the Donalds genius uncle

10/04/15 - Urine therapy could restore your eye sight (and possible immortality)
KeelyNet In the journey of making a feature film in Urine therapy I have met many people who have cured their eye sight back to 20/20. Simple easy and free.

Urine therapy is an old Indian Ayurvedic treatment. You can drink your own urine or put it in your eyes with remarkable results.

My left eye has been fuzzy for about a year now. The eye doc says its not cataracts so recommended a specialist I can't afford.

I've tried Visine (no help), then a dissolved in water sulfa powder recommended by an old mexican guy (no help), then Terramyacin cream (no help) and the last was eye antibiotic drops (no help). So really worried because it seems to be getting dimmer.

Then I remembered the Ayurvedic recommendation for drops in the eye. Last night I put two drops of cool fresh urine in my left eye and slept. Today, my left vision is clearer and expanded so I'm going to keep using this and see if it fixes my eye problem.

You can use an eyedropper or just drop it from your finger. Another recommendation for severe eye problems is to use an 'eye cup' which you fill with your own urine. I understand you must lean over and place it snug up against the eye, then lie flat, face up and roll your eye around in the socket to bathe it all around with the urine. I will try that when I can find a cup that fits without leaking. - JWD

Oddly enough, I received an email discussing "The Book of Aquarius" released in 2011 which claims to give the secret of immortality by telling you how to make the philosophers stone, out of urine.

The Book of Aquarius ~ez_ndash~ The Great Work - Yet, if you~ez_rsquo~re going to stay, here are some words from the chapter First Part. I~ez_rsquo~ve stung them together to give you the basic idea about the process:

Collect 1 liter of urine, the darker the better, so it~ez_rsquo~s best to collect it from the first time you urinate in the morning. ~ez_hellip~ Distil the urine at no more than 175°F/80°C in the water bath with the 1ltr retort. ~ez_hellip~ The top opening of the retort should be hermetically sealed.

When the urine is all distilled there will be a nasty black mass in the bottom of the retort, which needs to be calcined. Take the retort out of the water bath, unplug the top opening, and put it onto high heat (such as on a gas stove). You do not have to be careful with the heat when calcining, only when distilling. The calcining needs a strong, aggressive degree of heat. Leave it this way for a few hours, until the mass is all dry and cracked.

Pour the remainder of the urine back onto the calcined body in the retort, and repeat the distillation and calcination again, in the same way as before. Then repeat again, and again. ~ez_hellip~ After a few distillations you will see a white salt forming on top of the black mass, when calcining this there will be a sweet flowery chemical smell given off. Keep repeating the distillations and calcinations until it the whole surface is white and it has formed into large enough crystals to for you to separate it from the black mass. This may take up to 10 distillations, or it could be much less.

If you have already distilled the urine 10 times and you don~ez_rsquo~t think you have enough of the white salt, then you can stop the distillations and just continue the calcinations, pouring distilled water on top of the mass instead of the distilled urine. When you see enough of the white salt has formed on top (which are the lightest of the particles), you need to extract them,

Remove the white salt and separate any impurities from it. Try not to touch it with your fingers, or it will sting them.

You should further distil the distilled urine another 1-3 times in the clean 500ml retort.

Congratulations! You now have the mercury (distilled urine) and sulphur (white salt) of the Sages. This is just the first part. There are more steps outlined in the book. The book goes into greater detail, but the process is elegantly simple. What~ez_rsquo~s really intriguing is that the main ingredient is urine! You can download The Book of Aquarius PDF from the Wayback Machine. - Urine therapy could restore your eye sight (and possible immortality)

10/04/15 - Hillary Supporters Like Trump's Tax Plan
Donald Trump recently came out with his proposal for a new tax plan. Every politician comes out with his own plans and proposals, but Jimmy wondered if voters pay any attention to the specifics. So we went out on the street and found people who claimed to support Hillary Clinton and asked those people about her tax plan. What they didn~ez_rsquo~t know is that the tax plan we presented them with was not Hillary Clinton~ez_rsquo~s. It was Donald Trump~ez_rsquo~s.

Commenter; "The sad thing is this is like 99% of Americans. They vote for people when they don't even understand the policies they are voting for." - Hillary Supporters Like Trump's Tax Plan

10/04/15 - Foam-Eating Worms May Offer Solution To Mounting Waste
Polystyrene foams~ez_mdash~including products like Styrofoam~ez_mdash~are rarely recycled, and the materials biodegrade so slowly that they can sit in a landfill for hundreds of years. But a pair of new studies shows that mealworms will dine on polystyrene foam when they can't get a better meal, converting almost half of what they eat into carbon dioxide.

In one study, the researchers fed mealworms polystyrene foam and found that the critters converted about 48% of the carbon they ate into carbon dioxide and excreted 49% in their feces.

In the second study, the researchers showed that bacteria in the mealworms' guts were responsible for breaking down the polystyrene--suggesting that engineering bacteria might be a strategy for boosting the reported biodegradation.

Polystyrene~ez_mdash~most familiarly produced as foams, including Styrofoam~ez_mdash~has given the world cheap, lightweight insulation and containers for taking food to go. But the material biodegrades so slowly that it can sit in a landfill for hundreds of years. A new finding points to a potential solution: Mealworms will dine on polystyrene foam when they can~ez_rsquo~t get a better meal, converting up to 48% of what they eat into carbon dioxide.

The larvae will eat polystyrene, the team found, though perhaps understandably, they prefer not to. ~ez_ldquo~When we supply additional food like potatoes, mealworms will eat potatoes first,~ez_rdquo~ Yang says. To see if the worms were biodegrading the plastic, the team set up three incubators: sealed glass jars each holding 40 worms and a 6 g block of polystyrene foam. The team then monitored the CO2 the mealworms produced. After 16 days, the researchers quantified the carbon in the remaining polystyrene, the mealworms, and the critters~ez_rsquo~ fecal matter using elemental analysis; they also analyzed the compounds in the worms~ez_rsquo~ feces with nuclear magnetic resonance.

The mealworms ate about a quarter of the foam, converting some of it to CO2 at a rate that increased throughout the experiment. At 16 days, they had converted 48% of the carbon they had eaten into CO2 and excreted 49% in their feces. Only 0.5% was incorporated into the worms~ez_rsquo~ bodies~ez_mdash~comparable to the small amount of carbon termites absorb when eating wood. The compounds in the mealworms~ez_rsquo~ fecal matter had 20% lower molecular weight on average than the original polymers, indicating the polystyrene was degraded in their guts. - Foam-Eating Worms May Offer Solution To Mounting Waste

10/04/15 - Scientists Discover How To Get Kids To Eat Their Vegetables
Roberto Ferdman writes in the Washington Post that researchers at Texas A&M University, looking for patterns in food consumption among elementary school children, found an interesting quirk about when and why kids choose to eat their vegetables. After analyzing plate waste data from nearly 8,500 students, it seems there's at least one variable that tends to affect whether kids eat their broccoli, spinach or green beans more than anything: what else is on the plate. Kids are much more likely to eat their vegetable portion when it's paired with a food that isn't so delicious that it gets all the attention.

For example, when chicken nuggets and burgers, the most popular items among schoolchildren, are on the menu, vegetable waste tends to rise significantly. When other less-beloved foods, like deli sliders or baked potatoes, are served, the opposite seems to happen."Our research team looked at whether there is a relationship between consumption of certain entrees and vegetables that would lead to plate waste," says Dr. Oral Capps Jr. "We found that popular entrees such as burgers and chicken nuggets, contributed to greater waste of less popular vegetables."

Traci Man, who has been studying eating habits, self-control and dieting for more than 20 years, believes that food pairings are crucial in getting kids to eat vegetables. "Normally, vegetables will lose the competition that they're in ~ez_mdash~ the competition with all the other delicious food on your plate. Vegetables might not lose that battle for everyone, but they do for most of us. This strategy puts vegetables in a competition they can win, by pitting vegetables against no food at all.

To do that, you just eat your vegetable first, before any of the other food is there," says Mann. "We tested it with kids in school cafeterias, where it more than quadrupled the amount of vegetables eaten. It's just about making it a little harder to make the wrong choices, and a little easier to make the right ones." - Scientists Discover How To Get Kids To Eat Their Vegetables

10/04/15 - IBM Scientists Find New Way To Shrink Transistors

IBM scientists have discovered a way to replace silicon semiconductors with carbon nanotube transistors, an innovation the company hopes will dramatically improve chip performance and get the industry past the limits of Moore's law. According to the Times:

In the semiconductor business, it is called the 'red brick wall' ~ez_mdash~ the limit of the industry's ability to shrink transistors beyond a certain size. On Thursday, however, IBM scientists reported that they now believe they see a path around the wall. Writing in the journal Science, a team at the company's Thomas J. Watson Research Center said it has found a new way to make transistors from parallel rows of carbon nanotubes.

The advance is based on a new way to connect ultrathin metal wires to the nanotubes that will make it possible to continue shrinking the width of the wires without increasing electrical resistance. One of the principal challenges facing chip makers is that resistance and heat increase as wires become smaller, and that limits the speed of chips, which contain transistors.

The advance would make it possible, probably sometime after the beginning of the next decade, to shrink the contact point between the two materials to just 40 atoms in width, the researchers said. Three years later, the number will shrink to just 28 atoms, they predicted.

The ability to reduce electrical resistance will not only make it possible to extend the process of shrinking transistors beyond long-held beliefs about physical limits. It may also be the key to once again increasing the speed of computer processors, which has been stalled for the last decade. - IBM Scientists Find New Way To Shrink Transistors

10/04/15 - China Beats US In Early Cuban Internet Infrastructure Investment
The US would like to sell Cuba Internet service and equipment, but we have had little success so far. China has won the first round ~ez_mdash~ they financed and installed Cuba's undersea cable, supplied backbone equipment and public WiFi access centers and will provide equipment for the forthcoming home DSL rollout. That being said, Cuba has very little connectivity today and most of what they have and plan to install is already obsolete by today's standards, so they will be buying a lot of equipment in the future.

In December 2014, the administration announced that we were taking "historic steps to chart a new course in our relations with Cuba and to further engage and empower the Cuban people." The following month, the US International Trade Commission began a study of the economic effects of US restrictions on trade with and travel to Cuba. They held hearings on potential exports in several sectors and I testified on potential telecommunication exports.

In March, the US sent a high-level delegation to Cuba to discuss telecommunication and the Internet and no doubt Internet service and equipment companies began analyzing the potential Cuban market. Most visibly, Google visited several times and eventually made a concrete proposal for the installation of some sort of wireless infrastructure, but that offer was rejected, perhaps for lack of trust in the US Government and Google.

This month the White House extended our policy, authorizing US companies to establish a business presence in Cuba and provide "certain" telecommunications and Internet-based services or do joint ventures or enter into licensing agreements to market such services. To date, this effort has led just a few small Internet deals like Netflix offering Cubans accounts, Airbnb renting rooms or Verizon offering cell-phone roaming in Cuba.

Cuba has turned to China, not the US, for Internet connectivity and equipment and is committed to doing so in the short term future. China played a major role in the financing and construction of the ALBA-1 undersea cable, which connects Cuba to Venezuela and Jamaica. It was reported that China lent Venezuela $70 million to finance the cable, which was installed by a joint venture made up of Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell and Telecomunicaciones Gran Caribe (TGC) -- TGC is a joint venture between Telecom Venezuela (60%) and Cuban Transbit SA (40%), both state-owned companies. - China Beats US In Early Cuban Internet Infrastructure Investment

10/04/15 - SolarCity Has the World's Highest Efficiency Solar Panel
SolarCity, one of the country's leading solar panel makers and installers, today said it has been able to create a product that has a 22.04% efficiency rating, topping its closest competitor SunPower, by about one percent.

While the percentages may appear small, SolarCity said the new panels, which will go into pilot production later this month, will produce 30% to 40% more energy with the same footprint as its current panels, and they will cost no more to make.

According to SolarCity, the new panels were measured as having a 22.04% module-level efficiency by Renewable Energy Test Center, a third-party certification provider. The new panels produce 30% to 40% more power over the current models, but they cost the same to manufacture -- about .55 cents per watt, according to Bass. The panels, which are 1.61 meters or 1.81 meters in size, depending on the model, will have a capacity of 355 watts each.

SolarCity's panel also performs better than other modules in high temperatures, which allows it to produce even more energy on an annual basis than other solar panels of comparable size, the company said. - SolarCity Has the World's Highest Efficiency Solar Panel

10/04/15 - Is Drinking Soda the New Smoking?
Margot Sanger-Katz reports in the NYT that soda consumption is experiencing a serious and sustained decline as sales of full-calorie soda in the United States have plummeted by more than 25 percent over the past twenty years. Nearly two-thirds of Americans say they are actively trying to avoid the drinks that have been a mainstay of American culture but bottled water is now on track to overtake soda as the largest beverage category in two years. The changing patterns of soda drinking appear to come thanks, in part, to a loud campaign to eradicate sodas. School cafeterias and vending machines no longer contain regular sodas. Many workplaces and government offices have similarly prohibited their sale.

For many public health advocates, soda has become the new tobacco ~ez_mdash~ a toxic product to be banned, taxed and stigmatized. "There will always be soda, but I think the era of it being acceptable for kids to drink soda all day long is passing, slowly," says Marion Nestle.

"In some socioeconomic groups, it's over." Soda represents nearly 25% of the U.S. beverage market and its massive scale have guaranteed profit margins for decades. Historically, beverage preferences are set in adolescence, the first time that most people begin choosing and buying a favorite brand. But the declines in soda drinking appear to be sharpest among young Americans.

"Kids these days are growing up with all of these other options, and there are some parents who say, 'I really want my kids to drink juice or a bottled water,' " says Gary A. Hemphill. "If kids grow up without carbonated soft drinks, the likelihood that they are going to grow up and, when they are 35, start drinking is very low." - Is Drinking Soda the New Smoking?

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09/30/15 - HyperSolar Reaches Voltage To Produce Hydrogen With Solar Energy
HyperSolar claims to have reached a major milestone in its quest to produce hydrogen using solar energy. The startup hopes to produce hydrogen gas from water using artificial photosynthesis, on a commercial scale.

To do that, it has worked to achieve the 1.5 volts it views as the practical voltage needed for commercial hydrogen production. And shortly after surpassing 1.4 volts, HyperSolar says it has reached that threshold.

If this process becomes commercially viable, it could vastly reduce the carbon footprint of hydrogen fuel cell cars, which are about to become a more significant presence on U.S. roads. HyperSolar claims it can produce hydrogen from water, using only sunlight.

The same team previously achieved the goal of 1.23 volts, viewed as the minimum needed to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen. Researchers achieved 1.4 volts in July, and plan to continue increasing voltage and seeking out efficiency gains. - HyperSolar Reaches Voltage To Produce Hydrogen With Solar Energy

09/30/15 - India Won~ez_rsquo~t Suppress Tewari~ez_rsquo~s Free Energy Generator
KeelyNet India considers its own free energy program a matter of national pride, and is very much willing to risk antagonizing Petrodollar countries with its support on Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) invented by its own Paramahamsa Tewari, an electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India. Years ago, Tewari has also proven the theories inside Bruce de Palma~ez_rsquo~s homopolar engine which first exposed this writer to the world of free energy technologies.

Obviously, a country cannot implement its own free energy program without considering all possible consequence including a military response from Petrodollar countries, e.g. Saudi Arabia, UK, US. That~ez_rsquo~s why India has been aligning its own military program with that of Russia which at present is standing up, together with the BRICS countries, against the Nazionist cabal imposing all sorts of sanctions to destroy it.

The BRICS alliance has in the past promised to release all suppressed technologies, e.g. free energy, for our responsible utilization. It looks like they are keeping their word.

During the November testing I witnessed two tests of efficiency on the new model in Tewari~ez_rsquo~s lab. The second test was several percent better than the first and produced 6.6 KVA with an efficiency of 238%. A second set of stator coils was not connected yet but is expected to increase output to 300%. This is a 3 phase, 248 volt Hz, AC synchronous generator operating at 50 Hz. State of the art, true RMS meters on the input and output that measured KW, KVA, and power factor confirmed the readings of meters we had supplied for tests I observed in April of 2014.

We were able to visit a 130-acre factory site of one of the top electrical machinery manufacturing companies in India. At this site the company manufactures rotating electrical machines, including generators. When the chief electrical engineer first saw the drawings and design of the RLG he knew immediately what it meant for efficiency! Because of their confidence in the design, and the results of the tests on the smaller model, the company has assembled a self-excited machine designed to produce 20 KVA.

When we arrived at the factory a vice president of the company, the factory general manager, and the chief engineer greeted us. We then inspected the new machine and met the engineering design team assigned to this project. They are electrical and mechanical engineers who design and build conventional generators with output as high as 500 KVA. They are very enthusiastic and understand the breakthrough. A second machine rated at 25 KVA is now under construction at this company in India. - India Won~ez_rsquo~t Suppress Tewari~ez_rsquo~s Free Energy Generator

09/30/15 - Water Hammer for power

Received an intersting email from Jim Tanner about steam and the water hammer effect;

Hi Jerry, I have had this book marked on my computer for years. Articles. But today I looked and found this link toward the bottom on the home page from 1951, 1951 Waterhammer experiments Detroit PDF.

This is really an interesting paper. They built a 60 foot by 16 inch pipe with a belly in it, closed off the ends, added a 4 inch steam pipe on one end and a 4 inch exhaust pipe on the other. The put water in the belly and introduced steam.

The steam created waves traveling back and forth the length of the pipe until steam was trapped between 2 high waves at one end, then the water started acting like a piston hitting harder and harder on the ends, esp. the far end, until it blew the end out of the pipe and often did a lot of other damage. Japanese guy in another paper used this kind of thing to make hydraulic systems more powerful. - All the best, Jim

"Our first trial run of the test was made without instrument and it convinced us that we were playing with dynamite. We turned water into the pip until we had a depth of about 9 inches at the low point. This provided just enough water at the ends of the pipe, the high points, to barely cover the bottom of the pipe. We opened the valv at the end of the line, representing a customer's service, just enough to provide venting and then opened the steam-supply valve.

Things began to happen almost immediately. All of the piping started whipping around and before we could close the steam valve, the entire test setup was pretty well wrecked. The channel-iron anchors were twisted, as though they were made of paper, and torn from the ground. They also were ripped from the pipe where welded to it. The plate on the end of the 16 inch pipe opposite the steam supply end was torn loose at the weld and badly bulged. The timber supports were knocked down and the pipe moved about 4 feet. The relief valve was smashed by the force of water hammer."

"Results thus far indicate that pressures of 6,000 to 7,000 psi occur at the dead end of the pipe when the slug of water hits that end. This pressure surge is of very short duration the time being on the order of about 0.0001 second. These figures are scaled from the photographed record made by the oscillograph. We have not taken pressure readings elsewhere along the pipe but we believe that there is no appreciable pressure increase except at the dead end." - Water Hammer for power

09/30/15 - Clean Energy From City Water Pipes Revolutionizes Hydroelectric Power
A company in Portland, Oregon has harnessed a near perfect source of energy: the constant flow of running water found in city pipes. LucidEnergy, a U.S. startup based out of Portland, Oregon, has harnessed a near perfect source of energy: the constant flow of running water found in city pipes. Forty-two inch hydro turbines placed within the pipes spin and power generators, which in turn feed the energy back into the city~ez_rsquo~s electrical grid. The turbines don~ez_rsquo~t slow the water flow nor influence pipeline efficiency.

Launched in 2007, the company began with a pilot program in Riverside, California, and now has moved onto a full-scale project in Portland. Gregg Semler, president and CEO of LucidEnergy, said they originally began by seeking ways to capture energy from streams. The team quickly realized, however, that predicting the flow of the stream would be difficult, and also that hydropower is hard on the environment.

These discoveries closed one door, but opened another when they struck upon the idea of using municipal water flow, which maintains a reasonably constant rate. And since the company would be tapping into an existing man-made infrastructure, there was no need to worry about negative environmental impacts.

In order for the system to be cost and energy effective, the generators need to be placed in pipes where the water is gravity-fed. Otherwise, any power produced would be negated by the energy required to pump water. The system also monitors the quality of drinking water and overall state of the city~ez_rsquo~s water supply network. Click on link for video - Clean Energy From City Water Pipes Revolutionizes Hydroelectric Power

09/30/15 - How Islam is Ruining Europe and America
Countless footage and evidence of how Islamic immigration to Western society will inevitably destroy it. No one can deny that Islam is a dangerous religion after watching this video. I AM NOT A RACIST. I AM NOT A NAZI. I simply believe Islam as a religion is dangerous and does not belong in any western or civilized society and my evidence in this video proves that statement. How can Islam be a religion of peace but cause so much sadness and devastation? Islam is supposed to mean 'submission' or 'peace' when it actually means 'dark ages'. - JWD - How Islam is Ruining Europe and America

09/30/15 - Putin: Do you realize what you have done?
Russian President Vladimir Putin told the U.N. on Monday that those who supported democratic revolutions in the Middle East are to blame for the rise of a globally ambitious Islamic State.

"Instead of the triumph of democracy and progress, we got violence, poverty and social disaster ~ez_mdash~ and nobody cares a bit about human rights, including the right to life," Putin said through a translator. "I cannot help asking those who have forced that situation: Do you realize what you have done?"

The Russian president added that the power vacuum following these revolutions led to the rise of terrorist groups in the region ~ez_mdash~ including the Islamic State group.

Putin warned that international policy toward the region has led to an Islamic State with plans that "go further" than simply dominating the Middle East. And citing recent data about failures in successfully recruiting "moderate" Syrian opposition, Putin said countries opposed to Assad are simply worsening the situation.

"We believe that any attempts to play games with terrorists, let alone to arm them, are not just short-sighted, but hazardous. This may result in the global terrorist threat increasing dramatically and engulfing new regions," the Russian leader said.

And our two term muslim-by-action president wants to give the terrorist state of Iran, 150 BILLION dollars to expand their reach and death dealing abilities. - JWD - Putin: Do you realize what you have done?

09/30/15 - How the Government Suppresses Free Energy Technologies
~ez_ldquo~An understandable reason for suppressing certain types of energy inventions is that the knowledge behind them is also capable of producing tremendously destructive advanced electromagnetic weapons such as the ~ez_ldquo~death ray~ez_rdquo~ apparently invented by Nikola Tesla. Hence many such new energy technologies, particularly those using this kind of knowledge of advanced electromagnetic principles, are considered ~ez_ldquo~dual use~ez_rdquo~ technologies that are among the 4,000 un-numbered patent applications confiscated in a vault at the US Patent and Trademark Office because of their military potential and the need to keep that knowledge from America~ez_rsquo~s enemies.~ez_rdquo~ [Gary Vesperman]

Some cases, perhaps, may surely be considered national security, but in today~ez_rsquo~s age, the public is discouraged from even looking into simple alternatives, and even the electric car was originally killed.

As you can see, its full spectrum dominance when it comes to the suppression of energy technologies. What will it take to see a significant cultural shift toward sustainable energy technologies? One has to wonder if the suppression of such important things as free and overunity energy is even possible by humans. I've read and heard that the reason aliens won't contact us is the fear that release of their free energy power sources and antigravity technology would destroy our oil-driven economies and plunge us into chaos. - JWD - How the Government Suppresses Free Energy Technologies

09/30/15 - Delightful free wheeling Trump interview (2014)
Very interesting interview, as Mr. Trump speaks about the history of his family, his business dealings and his love for his work. He communicates in a down to earth manor, which is a great strength for a person who is going to run for President of The United States of America!!!

Video #2; Donald Trump CPAC 2015 Full Speech

Video #3; Trump explains how it's not just the message, but the messenger who presents it to move mountains...I love it, "listen you muthers we're gonna tax you 25%" beats the heck out, "if you don't mind, could we please?"

Video #4; Commenter; "Cruz & Carson are kneeling (with tails wagging) at the table of Trump waiting for scraps to fall, like attention starved puppies. The rest of the GOP resides in the house of the traditional Republican party, doing and saying what is expected." Click on link for videos - Delightful free wheeling Trump interview (2014)

09/30/15 - Laser-Powered Lightning Rods May Shoot Lightning from the Sky
KeelyNet When a powerful laser beam shoots through the air, it ionizes the molecules, leaving a thin trail of hot, ionized particles in its wake. Because this stream of plasma conducts electricity, it could be used to channel away a potentially damaging lightning bolt.

In this latest study, the researchers found ways to make the length of such a plasma channel reach more than 10 times longer. This is a necessary advance for using the channel to redirect a lightning strike.

The researchers actually created a channel of plasma by firing a powerful laser that produces a pulse lasting a fleeting 100 femtoseconds (one femtosecond is 10 to 15 seconds). The issue is that the resulting plasma stream, which is 100 microns in diameter, lasts only about three nanoseconds. After that time, the plasma cools off, the electrons recombine with the atoms and the channel disappears.

In order to extend the lifetime of the plasma channel, the researchers shot another laser whose beam overlaps the plasma. The secondary laser, which produces 10-nanosecond bursts, keeps the plasma hot and prevents the electrons from recombining so quickly, extending the longevity of the plasma channel by more than a factor of 10.

In theory, the longer life could extend the length of the plasma channel, which stretches for only about a meter. The next step now is to produce a plasma channel that's great in both lifetime and in length, which may just bring lasers a bit closer to becoming the lightning rods of the future. - Laser-Powered Lightning Rods May Shoot Lightning from the Sky

09/30/15 - Electric helmet to boost your brain power?
Brain-hacking, also known as transcranial direct-current stimulation, could treat depression, aid stroke victims and help overcome some addictions. It consists of gentle stimulation of the brain with a mild electrical current. The US military is testing it to see if it can increase alertness in soldiers.

There is evidence to suggest that brain-hacking, or transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) to give it the proper scientific name, can treat depression, aid stroke victims, help to overcome nicotine addiction and even improve mathematical ability in children.

This treatment adds an extra electric field on top, temporarily making the brain keener by altering the behaviour of the neurons, though nowhere near as dramatically as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), the barbaric psychiatric treatment developed in the Thirties to ~ez_lsquo~cure~ez_rsquo~ mental illness, which basically resets all the processing in the brain. If ECT typically sends 800 milliamps of electricity through the brain, tDCS sends between one and two, equivalent to less than 1 per cent of the power of a 60-watt light-bulb.

But the beauty of tDCS, when properly applied by people who know what they~ez_rsquo~re doing, is that it can be aimed at different areas of the brain, responsible for particular functions. I can~ez_rsquo~t say it was an entirely pleasant experience being zapped with 1.5 milliamps for ten minutes, and not merely because I looked like I might be going to a fancy-dress party as a mad Edwardian inventor.

The current, when switched on, yielded a kind of warm tingle, rather like a mild dose of sunburn. At one point I have a powerful urge to tear the cap from my head, which fortunately I suppressed. But it was all worthwhile, because my dart-throwing after the treatment scored a 67, compared with the 62 I managed before. Davis acknowledges the possibility that my improvement might have been simply because I~ez_rsquo~d had some practice, but I definitely feel more focused, more alert. - Electric helmet to boost your brain power?

09/30/15 - Researchers Isolate the "Smell of Human Death"
In the wake California's forest fires, cadaver dogs had to distinguish between burning homes, charred forest, and even other dead animals to pick up the unique scent of human victims. A new study reveals how they might have done it: Decomposing humans seem to release a unique chemical cocktail, one that scientists might be able to use to better train cadaver dogs and even develop machines that could do the same job.

In 2010 the Belgian Disaster Victim Identification Team asked analytical chemist Eva Cuypers and her forensic toxicology lab at the University of Leuven in Belgium for help finding the best way to train cadaver dogs to pick out human scents. Cuypers~ez_rsquo~s graduate student Elien Rosier started by putting tissue samples and organs from six autopsied corpses in jars in a lab closet. The jars~ez_rsquo~ screw caps, which let in some air, had stoppered holes that allowed her to periodically take samples of the gases building up inside.

She set up other jars with pig, mouce, mole, rabbit, turtle, frog, sturgeon, or bird remains. Pig remains in particular have often been used in past decomposition studies because of their similarities to human bodies (which are often hard to come by): They have the same microbes in their guts, the same percentage of body fat, and similar hair as people. But it was not clear whether the decomposition process was the same because the two species had never been studied under identical conditions.

Rosier identified the compounds in the collected gases and compared them among species. Over 6 months, she found 452 organic compounds. At first, sulfur-containing compounds seemed to distinguish the different species, but they were not unique to humans or even present in all humans. Further, they disappeared over time. Compounds called esters, a big component of animal fat, looked more promising.

Ultimately, eight compounds distinguished pig and human remains from those of other animals, and five esters separated pigs from humans, the researchers report this month in PLOS ONE. ~ez_ldquo~The mixture of [these] compounds might be used in the future to more specifically train cadaver dogs,~ez_rdquo~ Cuypers says. - Researchers Isolate the "Smell of Human Death"

09/30/15 - RIP Michael Riversong - Personal Property Available for Purchase
Michael Riversong, a well-known Northern Colorado multi-talented musician, harpist, composer, teacher, scientist, environmentalist, author, and Tesla technology advocate died on June 20th. The severe diabetes that took his life also left him penniless. However, he did have a lot of interesting personal property that we are offering for sale or best bid offer.

We have compiled lists of his personal property in hopes of selling what we can to raise money for his children: two boys age 12 and 15, and a 23-year-old daughter who is in college.

Please note in an email what you want to acquire by number and name of the item and send it to me: Michael~ez_rsquo~s Executor David W. Balsiger at [email protected] Or you can call me at 970 663-3820. I will usually respond back to you within a few days. Items can be picked up in Loveland, Colorado, or shipped with the purchaser paying the shipping. I can accept checks made out to David Balsiger with Riversong Executor written in note area.

Please look through the various Personal Property Lists to determine what you might want to acquire, and make as generous an offer as possible for these items so I can provide Michael~ez_rsquo~s kids some financial assistance: List #1 PDF and List #2 PDF. - RIP Michael Riversong - Personal Property Available for Purchase

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