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    03/25/17 - Automatic Bullseye, MOVING DARTBOARD (Techies must watch!)
    Basically, you throw a dart and then a Vicon motion capture system tracks the dart in the air. We use those x,y,z positions in matlab to predict where the dart will land using some regression analysis. Once we know where it will land, we move the board to the right spot using 6 stepper motors that attach to the back of the board using fishing line. All of this happens in 400ms or so. Then we took it to a bar to see what people would think of it (SPOILER ALERT: they liked it) - Automatic Bullseye, MOVING DARTBOARD (Techies must watch!)

    03/25/17 - 20,000 Worldclass University Lectures Made Illegal, So We Irrevocably Mirrored Them


    Today, the University of California at Berkeley has deleted 20,000 college lectures from its YouTube channel. Berkeley removed the videos because of a lawsuit brought by two students from another university under the Americans with Disabilities Act. We copied all 20,000 and are making them permanently available for free via LBRY. This makes the videos freely available and discoverable by all, without reliance on any one entity to provide them (even us!). The full catalog is over 4 TB and will be synced over the next several days. - 20,000 Worldclass University Lectures Made Illegal, So We Irrevocably Mirrored Them

    03/25/17 - 22 year old Dimash - Singer Extraordinaire
    In 2014, he graduated from the faculty of Academic singing at Aktobe College of Music named after A.Zhubanov. From this year, he is studying at the faculty of "Pop art" at Kazakh National University of Arts.

    The fame and popularity was received after winning the Grand Prix on the XXIV International Contest of Pop Song Performers Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk. At the end of two days, the young singer achieved 175 points in total. On the first day, he sang the song of Konstantin Meladze, which is called "Opyat Metel", on the second day he performed with the song from the repertoire of French singer Grgory Lemarchal (originally sang by Daniel Balavoine) "SOS d'un terrien en dtresse".

    On October 28, 2015 in Istanbul, Dimash Kudaibergen represented the Kazakhstan for the first time at the International Asia-Pacific ocean TV Festival ABU TV song.

    In 2017, he became a popular contestant in the Chinese show Singer 2017,[2] which broadcast on the TV channel Hunan Television, and took first place in the second stage of this competition. The six-round show, aired weekly on Hunan TV from January to April, is an annual competition among professional singers. The winners are determined by audience voting.

    Video #1 - Dimash Kudaibergen - SOS d'un terrien en dtresse.

    Video #2 - Dimash "I am a singer" 4th round.

    Video #3 - Dimash Kudaibergen - Opera 2.The most beautiful and unique voice in the world today. - 22 year old Dimash - Singer Extraordinaire

    03/25/17 - Most People Would Give Lab-Grown Meat a Try
    KeelyNet Futurists tell us that we will be eating in vitro meat (IVM) meat grown in a laboratory rather than on a farm within five to 10 years. IVM was first investigated in the early years of this century and since then criticisms of farm animal production systems, particularly intensive ones, have escalated. They include the excessive use of land, energy and water resources; local and global pollution; poor animal welfare; a contribution to climate change; and a unhealthy eating habits and disease in humans. At the same time, human (and livestock) population growth continues, farming land is requisitioned for urban expansion and meat consumption per person is rising.

    A total of 673 people responded to the survey, done online via Amazon Mechanical Turk, in which they were given information about IVM and asked questions about their attitudes to it. Although most people (65 percent), and particularly males, were willing to try IVM, only about a third said they would use it regularly or as a replacement for farmed meat.

    But many people were undecided: 26 percent were unsure if they would use it as a replacement for farmed meat and 31 percent unsure if they would eat it regularly. This suggests there is scope to persuade consumers that they should convert to IVM if a suitable product is available. As an indication of this potential, 53 percent said it was seen as preferable to soy substitutes.

    While a reasonably large proportion of the sample reported willingness to try IVM in the future, there appears to be hesitation around the idea of incorporating it into a daily diet. Resistance came primarily from practical concerns, such as taste and price. But these are factors that are largely under the control of the manufacturers. The concerns about taste, price and impact on farmers could all be effectively dealt with if there was sufficient financial advantage in producing IVM. As tissue engineering techniques improve, culturing meat in vitro also brings the opportunity to introduce health-promoting ingredients, such as polyunsaturated fats, more easily than in living animals. Another commonly cited concern was the perception that the product was unnatural. This may be similar to people's concerns about genetically modified (GM) foods some of those who oppose GM foods are moral absolutists who would not be influenced by any argument in favour. By expressing concern about the naturalness of IVM, some people were suggesting that there are fundamental issues that would cause them to reject it. - Most People Would Give Lab-Grown Meat a Try

    03/25/17 - Remote-controlled 'flying squad' to chase criminals and hunt for missing people
    First 24-hour police drone unit to launch in Devon and Cornwall in summer. The dedicated force will be shared with Dorset and save helicopter costs They will be used to picture crime scenes and track antisocial behaviour. But fears raised that technology could lead to cuts to officer numbers.

    The flying squad will pursue suspects, find missing people and help solve murders. Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry, national spokesman on drones, predicted forces across Britain would soon be using them as they are cheaper than helicopters and can perform some duties of bobbies on the beat. But the move has prompted privacy concerns and warnings that the technology should never be an excuse to cut officers. Devon and Cornwall Police has advertised for a drone manager to lead its new dedicated unit, which will be launched in the summer and shared with Dorset. - Remote-controlled 'flying squad' to chase criminals and hunt for missing people

    03/25/17 - I Think My Dog's a Democrat Bryan Lewis Official Video
    I Think My Dog's a Democrat Music Video Bryan Lewis - Hilarious or should we say "Hillaryous" - I Think My Dog's a Democrat Bryan Lewis Official Video

    03/25/17 - Superconducting tape which could one day be used to double the potency of wind turbines
    This material, a copper oxide, is like a thread that conducts 100 times more electricity than copper. With this thread you can for example make cables to transport much more electricity or generate much more intense magnetic fields than today, he told AFP. This new material could be used to make more potent and lighter wind turbines, he added, predicting it will make it possible to manufacture wind turbines one day with double the potency of existing ones. In the long run the project could revolutionise the production of renewable energy, the Institute said in a statement.

    Eurotapes is a four-year project involving world leaders in the field of superconductivity from nine European nationsAustria, Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Slovakia and Spain. The European Union covers the bulk of its budget of 20 million euros ($21 million).

    When an electric current passes through a conductor such as copper and silver, part of the charge is lost as heat, a loss that increases with the distance the charge travels. In superconductivityfirst discovered in mercury in 1911electrical resistance suddenly drops to zero in some metals when they are cooled to near absolute zero (-273 degrees Celsius, -459 Fahrenheit). This also produces a strong magnetic fieldan effect which has found applications, including in MRI body scanners.

    To achieve zero-loss power transmission now, cables encased in tubes can be cooled with liquid nitrogen to make them superconductivebut the complex and expensive technology has not been commercially used on a large scale. Power companies have run only small-scale and pilot projects. The aim is to one day find materials that can become superconductors at room temperature, which would allow zero-loss transmission of power over vast distances. - Superconducting tape which could one day be used to double the potency of wind turbines

    03/25/17 - Purging the body of 'retired' cells could reverse ageing
    Purging retired cells from the body has been shown to undo the ravages of old age in a study that raises the prospect of new life-extending treatments . When mice were treated with a substance designed to sweep away cells that have entered a dormant state due to DNA damage their fur regrew, kidney function improved and they were able to run twice as far as untreated elderly animals.

    The team are now assessing whether the mice also live longer and are planning a series of safety studies in humans with the ultimate goal of testing whether getting rid of so-called senescent cells could help reverse a range of age-related disorders. The discovery adds to a wave of new findings hinting at the possibility of a future in which doctors can treat ageing itself, rather than trying to combat the host of diseases that come along with it.

    Such a scenario is now supported by science, according to Peter de Keizer, the 36-year-old scientist who led the latest work at Erasmus University Medical Center in the Netherlands. Maybe when you get to 65 youll go every five years for your anti-senescence shot in the clinic. Youll go for your rejuvenation shot, he said. That I can envision when we reach that age.

    As we age, our cells accumulate DNA damage, which beyond a certain threshold cannot be repaired. At this point, cells can either turn cancerous, self-destruct, or enter a semi-dormant state, called senescence. Initially senescent cells were thought to be neutral bystanders that no longer make a useful biological contribution but that are harmless. However, about a decade ago, this picture began to change.

    It was found that these senescent cells secrete a whole load of junk and theyre not just bystanders but have a negative effect, said De Keizer. He compares the cells to the toxic presence of a disruptive student in the classroom who drags down the performance of their neighbours.

    Squeezing out Toxins for Immortality - 12/12/15 and

    04/01/14 - Aging reversed in mice equivalent of 60 to 20 regression! and

    Nicotine as a cure for various illnesses. - Purging the body of 'retired' cells could reverse ageing

    03/25/17 - Vince Foster body scheduled for autopsy, vanishes from morque
    Vince Foster is back in the news after it was discovered that his body, which has exhumed to be autopsied at the request of Congressman Trey Gowdy, had disappeared from the morque. The autopsy, which concluded yesterday, had already determined that the cause of Foster's death should be ruled a homicide. - Vince Foster body scheduled for autopsy, vanishes from morque

    03/25/17 - Wild Lettuce as a Healthy Alternative to morphine


    Lactuca Virosa is the scientific term for it, and many people have used it in place of addictive prescription pain medicine. Its a leafy and tall plant, with small yellow buds, and could be grown right out your door. More commonly found in North America and England, its a cousin to the lettuce we typically see at the grocery store. Its also referred to as bitter lettuce, or more appropriately for the purpose discussed here, opium lettuce. The reason its referred to as opium lettuce, is due to the pain relieving and sedative effects that it has been known to produce through a white substance found in the stem and leaves.

    This milky substance is called lactucarium. And, while it doesnt contain any opiates, it has similar side effects when used it acts directly on the central nervous system (CNS) to lessen the feeling of pain, just like morphine. Even though it seems to be the best kept secret, it has a history of being used as an alternative to pain relief. - Wild Lettuce as a Healthy Alternative to morphine

    03/25/17 - Blood test detects cancer and pinpoints location...before symptoms appear
    The test, called CancerLocator, has been developed by the University of California, and works by hunting for the DNA from tumours which circulates in the blood of cancer patients. The team discovered that tumours which arise in different parts of the body hold a distinctive footprint which a computer can spot.

    Non-invasive diagnosis of cancer is important, as it allows the early diagnosis of cancer, and the earlier the cancer is caught, the higher chance a patient has of beating the disease, said Professor Jasmine Zhou, co-lead author from the University of California at Los Angeles. We have developed a computer-driven test that can detect cancer, and also identify the type of cancer, from a single blood sample. The technology is in its infancy and requires further validation, but the potential benefits to patients are huge.

    Around 350,000 people are diagnosed with cancer in Britain each year, but 90 per cent of people will survive most types for at least five years if it is spotted early. In contrast only five to 15 per cent of people survive five years if cancer is picked up late. To create the new test, the US team built a computer database containing specific molecular patterns which occur in tissue when tumours were present. Some markers of DNA damage show up no matter which cancer is present, while others are specific to the type of tissue they originated from, such as lung of liver.

    They also compiled a molecular footprint for non-cancerous samples which can be used to give patients the all-clear. The test was checked ten times on blood samples from 29 liver cancer patients, 12 lung cancer patients and five breast cancer patients. It picked up eight out of 10 cancers, and gave a false positive on fewer than one in 100 occasions. Although the level of tumour DNA present in the blood is much lower during the early stages of these cancers, the program was still able to make a diagnosis demonstrating the potential of this method for the early detection of cancer, according to the researchers. - Blood test detects cancer and pinpoints location...before symptoms appear

    03/25/17 - If You Have Sciatica or Back Pain, Take This Remedy and Youll Never Suffer Again!
    KeelyNet Medications specialized for sciatica pain provide only temporary effects, so experts recommend regular exercise and yoga stretches as the best way to treat it. Ingredients

    200 ml. Milk
    4 cloves of garlic
    Honey (to taste)

    Method of preparation: First, crush the garlic cloves, and cook them on low heat. Gradually add the milk while cooking, and as soon as it boils, remove it from heat. You can add honey to sweeten it in the end if the garlic taste is too strong for you.

    Use: You should consume this remedy once daily, and the effects will be felt really soon. Garlic has potent anti-inflammatory properties which will soothe the sciatica symptoms and prevent swelling of the sciatic nerve.

    To accelerate the healing, you should combine the use of this remedy with regular exercise and stretches. - If You Have Sciatica or Back Pain, Take This Remedy and Youll Never Suffer Again!

    03/25/17 - Age-reversing pill that Nasa wants to give to astronauts on Mars will begin human trials within six months
    Scientists have discovered a key signalling process in DNA repair. They have used this process in the development of a drug to reverse ageing. Trials on mice found that the pill repaired DNA damage after a week. Nasa wants the new technology to protect its astronauts from solar radiation.

    In theory, the anti-ageing pill could mitigate any effects of DNA damage for frequent flyers. The other group that could benefit from this work is survivors of childhood cancers. Dr Wu says 96 per cent of childhood cancer survivors suffer a chronic illness by age 45, including cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, and cancers unrelated to the original cancer. 'All of this adds up to the fact they have accelerated ageing, which is devastating,' he said. 'It would be great to do something about that, and we believe we can with this molecule.'

    The experiments in mice, from a team at the University of New South Wales, suggest a treatment for these issues is possible through a new drug. While our cells can naturally repair DNA damage - such as damage caused by the sun - this ability declines with age. The scientists identified that the call signalling molecule NAD+, which is naturally present in every cell in the body, has a key role in protein interactions that control DNA repair.

    Treating mice with an NAD+ 'booster' called NMN improved their cells' ability to repair DNA damage caused by radiation exposure or ageing. For the past four years, Professor Sinclair and Dr Wu have been working on making NMN into a drug substance with their companies MetroBiotech NSW and MetroBiotech International.

    Squeezing out Toxins for Immortality - 12/12/15 and

    04/01/14 - Aging reversed in mice equivalent of 60 to 20 regression! and

    Nicotine as a cure for various illnesses. - Age-reversing pill that Nasa wants to give to astronauts on Mars will begin human trials within six months

    03/25/17 - Scientists use graphene to power 'electronic skin' that can feel

    03/25/17 - Townsend Avalanche secret to free energy?

    03/25/17 - Wood fibers make for cheap, portable water filtration

    03/25/17 - Woman dies after drinking poisonous herbal tea

    03/25/17 - Trump to Republicans: Vote for Obamacare repeal or lose your seat

    03/25/17 - Massive anomaly lurks beneath ice in Antarctica

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    03/25/17 - Ibuprofen Can Stop Your Heart (31% Increase In Cardiac Arrest Risk)

    03/25/17 - ALIEN SOLDIER spotted stalking Curiosity Rover on Mars

    03/25/17 - Vibrator Maker To Pay Millions Over Claims It Secretly Tracked Use

    03/25/17 - Parenthood can help you live longer in older age

    03/25/17 - Crazy at the wheel: psychopathic CEOs are rife in Silicon Valley

    03/25/17 - These Women Went Blind After A Florida Clinic Injected Fat Cells Into Their Eyeballs

    03/25/17 - Super humans who are sexier, stronger and smarter will arrive by 2029 as brains begin to fuse with machines

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    03/20/17 - Two Monkeys Were Paid Unequally
    What happens when you pay two monkeys unequally? Watch what happens. - Two Monkeys Were Paid Unequally

    03/20/17 - Lab-grown chicken strips, made from animal cells, debuted by startup
    A food-technology startup based in the Bay Area announced this week that it had produced the world's first chicken strips grown from animal cells in a labno actual chickens required. Memphis Meats dished up deep-fried samples of the its poultry Tuesday in San Francisco, the Wall Street Journal reported, and those who sampled it said that while it seemed spongier than a whole chicken breast, it basically tasted like the real thing. The company also touted a piece of lab-grown duck served with orange sauce.

    But don't expect to see high-tech chicken tenders hit your grocery store soon: The company estimates it costs under $9,000 to make one pound of the meat, the Journal reported. Memphis Meats expects price should come down in the next several years and let them offer their products publicly in 2021, according to Business Insider. The ultimate goal: Cater to America's massive appetite for poultry while ditching the meat industry's less savory side effects.

    "Americans spend roughly $90 billion per yearjust on chicken," Memphis Meats said in a statement Wednesday. "But while poultry products are delicious and satisfying, the process by which they are made is not. It involves environmental degradation, animal welfare concerns and public health risks." The average American consumes about 7,000 animals in their lifetime, and current rates of meat consumption require a considerable toll on land and water resources while resulting in greenhouse gasses. Memphis Meats, which calls its product "clean meat," debuted a lab-grown meatball last year and plans to produce Thanksgiving turkey. - Lab-grown chicken strips, made from animal cells, debuted by startup

    03/20/17 - An AI Completed 360,000 Hours of Finance Work in Just Seconds
    "People always talk about this stuff as displacement. I talk about it as freeing people to work on higher-value things"

    In June, JP Morgan started implementing a program called COIN, which is short for Contract Intelligence. COIN runs on a machine learning system thats powered by a new private cloud network that the bank uses. Apart from shortening the time it takes to review documents, COIN has also managed to help JP Morgan decrease its number of loan-servicing mistakes. According to the programs designers, these mistakes stemmed from human error in interpreting 12,000 new wholesale contracts every year.

    COIN is part of the banks push to automate filing tasks and create new tools for both its bankers and clients. Automation is now a growing part of JP Morgans $9.6 billion technology budget. In fact, over the past two years, technology spending in JP Morgans consumer banking sector has totaled about $1 billion. We have invested heavily in technology and marketing and we are seeing strong returns, the bank said in a presentation prior to its annual investor day.

    Efficiency Makes a Case for Automation - Over the coming years and decades, artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to usher in a new era of automation. Accordingly, the increase in automated systems will bring with it job displacement in a number of industries, including finance, transportation, manufacturing, information technology, and even law. In total, one study projected that 57 percent of the worlds jobs are at risk of being replaced by automated systems.

    This is due, in part, to growing access to technology and cheaper computing systems. Automation can increase efficiency and limit or altogether eliminate human error, as JP Morgans COIN program has demonstrated. Were starting to see the real fruits of our labor, said Matt Zames, the banks CTO. This is not pie-in-the-sky stuff. - An AI Completed 360,000 Hours of Finance Work in Just Seconds

    03/20/17 - A Robot Lawyer Is Officially Assisting With Refugee Applications
    KeelyNet When Joshua Browder developed the chatbot for DoNotPay, the original idea was just to help people out with their traffic ticket woes. DoNotPay has since successfully overturned more than 200,000 disputable parking tickets in London, New York, and Seattle. Its also given free legal aid to people who couldnt afford lawyers for their emergency housing issues. The 20-year old Browder, a student at Stanford University, has now turned his robot lawyer to helping refugees seeking asylum.

    The chatbot was a product of more than six months of hard work, as Browder had to work with various lawyers to train his artificially intelligent (AI) chatbot. I wanted to make sure I got it right because its such a complicated issue, Browder told The Guardian. I kept showing it to lawyers throughout the process and Id go back and tweak it. That took months and months of work, but we wanted to make sure it was right. Now, it helps refugees fill out immigration applications to the U.S. and Canada, while it offers assistance for asylum support in the U.K.

    Instead of refugees filing out applications themselves, they simply chat with this robot lawyer. Everything is done in plain English. The language in these forms can be quite complicated, Browder said. The chatbot determines which information it needs to fill out applications by asking a series of questions. Once the form is sent off, the details are deleted from my end, said Browder.

    Law Simplified - For his chatbots new platform, Browder opted for Facebook Messenger. It works with almost every device, making it accessible to over a billion people, he said. While Messenger may not have end-to-end encryption, Browder keeps everything encrypted between Facebook and his server. Ideally I would love to expand to WhatsApp when their platform opens up, particularly because its popular internationally, Browder added.

    As an immigration attorney, I can see the major benefits that leveraging sophisticated chatbot technology will have in the asylum application process, said immigration lawyer Sophie Alcorn. It will be easier for applicants to submit their applications and it will empower legal aid organizations to assist a larger numbers of clients.

    This has always been the point behind Browders work. In working on parking ticket disputes through the original DoNotPay, he has helped simplify the all-too-often complicated legal language. Asylum seekers want to follow the laws and do everything properly, and this technology will help them do so, Alcorn added.

    Browders chatbot also demonstrates how AI can greatly improve our lives. This chatbot isnt the first AI to dabble in law. Theres IBM Watsons robot lawyer named Ross, and the AI lawyer that reviewed human rights cases in Europe. But what Browders work has added is a unique, simplified interface that most people can relate to. Everyone who has access to the internet and Facebook Messenger can easily avail themselves of its services. - A Robot Lawyer Is Officially Assisting With Refugee Applications

    03/20/17 - Lake Tahoe expected to fill up with largest physical rise in recorded history
    Lake Tahoe reached 6,226.84 feet on Wednesday, March 15. The Lake is full at 6,229 feet. The depressing scene of boat docks sitting high and dry on wide beaches around Lake Tahoe will likely be a fleeting memory this summer. Winter's unrelenting storms built up a substantial Sierra snowpack and are expected to fill the lake for the first time in 11 years.

    Many low-lying areas that were exposed when the lake level was declining during the drought will be inundated with water. The docks will be bobbing in crystal blue waters once again.

    Straddling the CaliforniaNevada border, Tahoe is the sixth largest lake in the United States, an outdoor playground for people around the world, and the main water source for the Reno-Sparks, Nevada, area. The renowned ecological wonder is fed by 63 tributaries that drain 505 square miles known as the Lake Tahoe Watershed. With a vast surface area of 191 square miles, Tahoe requires an immense amount of water to fill, especially because roughly 100 billion gallons of water evaporates annually.

    Lake Tahoe's natural rim is at 6,223 feet above sea level. The lake can store an additional 6.1 feet in its reservoir and climbs up to 6,229 feet at full capacity, its legal maximum limit. The only outlet, a dam at Tahoe City, regulates the upper 6.1 feet above the low water mark, and this winter water is being released into the Truckee River as billions of gallons flow into the lake.

    Tahoe's water level reached 6,226.84 feet on Wednesday, and the lake needs some 88 billion gallons of water to jump up the 2.26 feet required to be completely full. That's the equivalent of filling more than 133,000 Olympic-size swimming pools.

    Good work to all you 'Star Chamber' cloudbusters who worked on this project! Well designed, well planned and well executed! My admiration and gratification goes out to all of you! - JWD - Lake Tahoe expected to fill up with largest physical rise in recorded history

    03/20/17 - ER50 Flat-Plate Kit (Mini HHO Electrolyzer) for HHO Torch or HHO for Health w/anecdotes
    George Wiseman (Eagle-Research) ER50 - Flat-Plate Kit (Mini BG Electrolyzer)

    Practical 'table-top' design.
    Easy to set up and use.
    Simple 40+ series-cell design.
    Significantly more efficient
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    Produces Brown's Gas
    ~ for experimental purposes.
    Compatible with all worldwide power standards
    ~ from 100 to 270 VAC and 35 to 65Hz.
    Produces 50 litres per hour at 120 VAC and 60Hz using 2 capacitors.
    ~120 VAC BG production can be increased to 100 L/Hr by doubling capacitance.
    ~ we tell you where to order extra capacitors if you want them. Produces 100 litres per hour
    at 120 VAC and 60Hz using 4 capacitors.
    Produces 100 litres per hour
    at 240 VAC and 50Hz using 2 capacitors.

    This kit includes the 'special' parts needed to set up this small, high quality, experimental electrolyzer that will exceed the efficiency of ANY known commercial electrolyzer (except ours, of course :)) Commonly available (or optional) parts like the timer switch, float switch, wires, terminal ends and supplies like glue and lye (the electrolyte), are not included. You need to know how to wire a light circuit to have the skill level required for the electrical assembly and simple construction skills to build the stand.

    The 'extra' components shouldn't cost more than $60. Comprehensive, up to date instructions are in the ER50 online Resources, which you get access to immediately after purchase of an ER50 Kit. NO transformer needed: This electrolyzer uses Capacitive Amperage Limiting (CAL) power supply technology, as detailed in our Brown's Gas Books (2 capacitors are included in box) to achieve its super-efficiency. For more gas (BG) production, use more capacitors ~ the ER50 Resources tells you where you can order extra capacitors at surplus prices.

    Built using transparent PVC. You can see the liquid level and the Brown's Gas being produced. See the ExW being formed between the plates! The Float Switch Stem option, built into the cap ($50 value) is now included at no additional charge. Float switch is added when the ER50 will be operated un-monitored. - ER50 Flat-Plate Kit (Mini HHO Electrolyzer) for HHO Torch or HHO for Health w/anecdotes

    03/20/17 - Links to old UFO and Electronics magazine PDFs, amazing!
    Thanks to Leroy Pea for sharing these;

    Electronics Magazines

    Wayback Machine Radio Electronics Archive

    Electronics Illustrated Archive

    NAVY Electronics archives

    Mechanix Illustrated Archive

    Popular Mechanics Archives

    American Radio History Archives

    Amatuer Radio Today (1973) Archives

    UFO magazine Archives

    Specialty UFO publication Archives

    Some really fascinating circuit diagrams and ideas plus all the good stories and comments if you are an experimenter. - JWD - Links to old UFO and Electronics magazine PDFs, amazing!

    03/20/17 - City Sues Purdue Pharma, Makers of OxyContin, for Flooding Streets with Pills
    The abuse and misuse of prescription, non-prescription, and illegal opioid drugs is devastating North America, and as municipalities and communities struggle to deal with the many causes for and approaches to resolving widespread opioid addiction, the city Everett, WA is suing the makers of OxContin for their role in flooding the streets with pills.

    Everetts lawsuit, now in federal court in Seattle, accuses Purdue Pharma of gross negligence and nuisance. The city seeks to hold the company accountable, the lawsuit alleges, for supplying OxyContin to obviously suspicious pharmacies and physicians and enabling the illegal diversion of OxyContin into the black market and into Everett, despite a company program to track suspicious flows. [Source] Everett has spent millions of dollars in combating the epidemic, and Mayor Ray Stephanson believes that Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, a powerful opioid which is perhaps the most abused pharmaceutical medication on the planet, should bear some of the burden. The city alleges that Purdue Pharma knowingly helped questionable doctors and pharmacies in flooding the black market with product.

    This scheme is reminiscent of the pill mills of Florida, in which suspicious establishments, which were clearly running illegal sales operations, were supported by the pharmaceutical corporations to sell product and expand market share. Purdue was forced to pay $630 million in legal penalties to the federal government in 2007, for their willful misrepresentation of the safety risks of their drugs.

    In December of 2016, 6 pharmaceutical executives were arrested in Massachusetts for conspiring to over prescribe the dangerous opioid, fentanyl. Makers of Naloxone, the quickest and most effective antidote for opiate overdose, have been jacking up their prices in response to rapidly increasing demand for their product, which may be considered price gauging. And pharmaceutical companies are planning on globally expanding the market for opioids, potentially triggering a world-wide crisis of overdose and death.

    Meanwhile, the effective, natural plant medicine iboga, which is known to interrupt both the physical symptoms of addiction, and the psychological and spiritual roots of opioid addiction, is banned by the DEA as a schedule I drug, in spite of overwhelming evidence of its effectiveness. The documentary film The OxyContin Express, sheds more light on how the current opioid crisis began, and how it is being sustained with the help of doctors and pharmaceutical companies. Every city in the USA with a drug problem should file these kinds of lawsuits. Trump is doing it to block imported drugs, so need to block the local manufacture and sales by big pharma. - JWD - City Sues Purdue Pharma, Makers of OxyContin, for Flooding Streets with Pills

    03/20/17 - America may miss out on the next industrial revolution
    Robots are inevitably going to automate millions of jobs in the US and around the world, but theres an even more complex scenario on the horizon, said roboticist Matt Rendall. In a talk Tuesday at SXSW, Rendall painted a picture of the future of robotic job displacement that focused less on automation and more on the realistic ways in which the robotics industry will reshape global manufacturing.

    The takeaway was that America, which has outsourced much of its manufacturing and lacks serious investment in industrial robotics, may miss out on the worlds next radical shift in how goods are produced. Thats because the robot makers as in, the robots that make the robots could play a key role in determining how automation expands across the globe.

    "Robots that make other robots are the future" - As the CEO of manufacturing robotics company Otto Motors (not to be confused with the self-driving trucking company Uber owns), Rendall focuses on building fleets of warehouse bots that could eventually replace the many fulfillment workers who are hired by companies like Amazon. His talk, titled Robots vs Jobs: Technological Displacement is Here, gave a brief history of automation, charting how the tractor and the assembly line and other technologies throughout history have displaced human labor.

    But then he turned to the uncertain future. Automation optimists and pessimists have begun arguing over how the world will change, and whether a mix of artificial intelligence and industrial robotics might accelerate automation in an unprecedented fashion. The robots are coming, Rendall said. After the Great Recession, there was a fundamental change in peoples interest in automation. People started feeling the pain of high-cost labor and theres an appetite for automation that we havent seen before. - America may miss out on the next industrial revolution

    03/20/17 - Lemonade Is Using Behavioral Science To Onboard Customers And Keep Them Honest
    Insurance startup Lemonade won itself headlines in January with the boast that it had successfully approved a claim in just three seconds. In that time, Lemonades software had run 18 anti-fraud algorithms and sent a payment to the lucky customers bank accounta process that would have taken a traditional property and casualty insurer days, if not weeks.

    But its what happened before Lemonades artificial intelligence kicked into gear that makes the renegade insurer so potentially disruptive to this trillion-dollar industry, for which premiums alone comprise 7% of U.S. GDP. The customer, Brooklyn educator Brandon Pham, opened Lemonades mobile app, signed an honesty pledge to attest to the truth of his claim, and then recorded a short video explaining that his Canada Goose parka, worth nearly $1,000, had been stolen.

    That deceptively simple claims process is the byproduct of academic research on psychology and behavioral economics conducted by Dan Ariely, one of the fields most prominent voices and Lemonades chief behavioral officer. For example, Arielys work has demonstrated the power of priminghence the very deliberate decision to have customers like Pham sign their name to a digital pledge of honesty at the start of the claims process, rather than at the end.

    Lemonade is even applying behavioral science to itself, publishing unusually transparent blog posts that include data on customer growth, bank account balances, and more. The posts bolster Lemonades nice-guy reputationbut also serve as a reminder that the New York-based company, which is currently licensed to sell rental and homeowner insurance, is still young and teeny-tiny, despite raising $60 million in venture funding. (Lemonade processed and paid out just six claims worth $4,589 in 2016, including Phams.)

    Lemonade, in contrast, is led by fail-fast technology entrepreneurs. Schreiber, a lawyer by training, has spent the last 20 years working in consumer electronics, cybersecurity, and hardware. Wininger previously founded Fiverr. They have hired senior staff from incumbents like AIG and Liberty Mutual, but are committed to a different mode of operating. Theres this black hole, a way of doing things that everyone tries to bring you back into. You cant do X, thats the way its always been donethats the black hole speaking, Schreiber says. We havent yet got to a velocity where we can ignore the black hole. We have to be constantly mindful and vigilant.

    Lemonade has applied for licenses to operate in all 50 states, and expects to be available to 90% of U.S. consumers by the end of the year. Property and casualty, although the least regulated sector of the insurance industry, still requires dealing with significant red tape, state by state. Of course, theres a reason for those rules, designed to ensure that insurers are capable of managing risk and paying out claims on a catastrophic scale. Other insurtech startups are going after the same set of consumers. Last year, the sector attracted $1.7 billion in venture capital, according to CB Insights. Some incumbents reckon that startups could snatch 20% of their business over the next five years. If Lemonade is among those winners, it would represent a major proof point for behavioral scienceand for Schreiber, a Nudge reader and self-described Ariely groupie. - Lemonade Is Using Behavioral Science To Onboard Customers And Keep Them Honest

    03/20/17 - Physicists Find That as Clocks Get More Precise, Time Gets More Fuzzy
    Time is weird in spite of what we think, the Universe doesn't have a master clock to run by, making it possible for us to experience time differently depending on how we're moving or how much gravity is pulling on us. Now physicists have combined two grand theories of physics to conclude not only is time not universally consistent, any clock we use to measure it will blur the flow of time in its surrounding space.

    A team of physicists from the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences have applied quantum mechanics and general relativity to argue that increasing the precision of measurements on clocks in the same space also increases their warping of time.

    "Our findings suggest that we need to re-examine our ideas about the nature of time when both quantum mechanics and general relativity are taken into account", says researcher Esteban Castro. So how does this affect us on a day-to-day level? Like a lot of theoretical physics, probably not much at all.

    While quantum mechanics technically applies to 'big' things, don't worry, setting your stop-watch to read fractions of a second isn't going to open a worm-hole on your wrist these findings would only become significant for clocks in highly precise experiments far more advanced than those currently being developed. But getting a better understanding of how these time pieces work, in theory at least, will ultimately help us better understand the Universe around us. And one day perhaps grasp the nature of time itself. - Physicists Find That as Clocks Get More Precise, Time Gets More Fuzzy

    03/20/17 - $100 Million Plan to Link Brains to Computers
    Entrepreneur Bryan Johnson says he wanted to become very rich in order to do something great for humankind. Last year Johnson, founder of the online payments company Braintree, starting making news when he threw $100 million behind Kernel, a startup he founded to enhance human intelligence by developing brain implants capable of linking peoples thoughts to computers. Johnson isnt alone in believing that neurotechnology could be the next big thing. To many in Silicon Valley, the brain looks like an unconquered frontier whose importance dwarfs any achievement made in computing or the Web.

    According to neuroscientists, several figures from the tech sector are currently scouring labs across the U.S. for technology that might fuse human and artificial intelligence. In addition to Johnson, Elon Musk has been teasing a project called neural lace, which he said at a 2016 conference will lead to symbiosis with machines. And Mark Zuckerberg declared in a 2015 Q&A that people will one day be able to share full sensory and emotional experiences, not just photos. Facebook has been hiring neuroscientists for an undisclosed project at Building 8, its secretive hardware division. As these people see it, computing keeps achieving new heights, but our ability to interface with silicon is stuck in the keyboard era. Even when speaking to a computer program like Alexa or Siri, you can convey at most about 40 bits per second of information and only for short bursts. Compare that to data transfer records of a trillion bits per second along a fiber-optic cable. Ridiculously slow, Musk complained.

    But it turns out that connecting to the brain isnt so easy. Six months after launching Kernel amid a media blitz, Johnson says hes dropped his initial plans for a memory implant, switched scientific advisors, hired a new team, and decided to instead invest in developing a more general-purpose technology for recording and stimulating the brain using electrodes. Johnson says the switch-up is part of trying something new. If you look at the key contributing technologies of society, the ones with the most impact, like rockets, the Internet, biologythere was a transition point from academia to the private sector, and for the most part neuroscience hasnt made that jump, says Johnson. The most critical element is timing, when is the right time to pursue this.

    Memory implants - After making a fortune selling Braintree to eBay for $800 million in 2013, Johnson, now 39, reportedly sought the advice of nearly 200 people on how to invest his new wealth. He settled on neurotechnology and, last August, he announced hed create Kernel and build the first neural prosthetic for human intelligence enhancement. But Johnsons business plan was extremely vague; one scientist called it metaphysical. Kernels website was plastered with book-jacket-like endorsements from scientific celebrities including J. Craig Venter and Tim OReilly, extolling his great and serious commitment to understanding human intelligence, not to mention the impressive $100 million he later promised to invest in Kernel.

    Bryan Johnson The reality is that interfacing with the brain is tough: electronics irritate its tissue and stop working after a while, and no one will get brain surgery just in order to send an e-mail. Whats more, even if you can communicate with the brain, you might not know what it is saying. Billionaires entering the broader neurotechnology field are very optimistic and may overlook details of the problem, which is we are far away from meaningfully understanding the brain, says Konrad Kording, a Northwestern University neuroscientist who has advised Johnson. But neurotechnology allows you to work on the most interesting questions in the universe while potentially making money, and so that is exciting.

    Kernels original technology was a memory prosthesis, developed by Theodore Berger of the University of Southern California, who until recently was also the companys chief scientific officer. Bergers technology (see 10 Breakthrough Technologies: Memory Implants) is a way of recording memories of rats and monkeys, storing these patterns on a computer chip, and re-delivering them to the hippocampus. One version of the setup, Berger says, has been tested in a handful of human patients undergoing brain surgery for other reasons. But a mere six months after starting Kernel, Berger is no longer part of the company, and memory implants are no longer part of Kernels near-term plans. Johnson and Berger both confirmed the separation.

    Bergers vision, according to several people, was too complex, too speculative, and too far from becoming a medical reality, while Johnson hoped to see a return on his investment sometime soon. They have a new direction, but were still talking, says Berger. The basic reason is it was going to take too long. Its one thing to think about this and quite another to do it. Johnson says he concluded that Bergers work is really interesting, but not an entry point into a commercially viable business.

    Brain interface - By last November, Johnson was already exploring a pivot for his company, meeting with Christian Wentz, head of a small Cambridge startup, Kendall Research Systems, that sells equipment for recording in the neurons of mice and other animals. The company spun out of the laboratory of Edward Boyden, a professor at MIT who invents new ways of analyzing brain tissue. In February, Johnson acquired Wentzs company (for an undisclosed sum) and with it brought in a new team, including Wentz and Adam Marblestone, a noted theorist of both the limitations and possibilities of brain interfaces, who will become chief strategy officer. Both are former Boyden lab members, as are two other Kernel scientists, Caroline Moore-Kochlacs and Jake Bernstein. Johnson says Kernel will now develop a generalized human electrophysiology platformthat is, a flexible way of measuring the electrical impulses from many neurons at once, and stimulating them, too. The eventual objective is to use such electronics to treat major diseases, like depression or Alzheimers. Its for clinical use, he says. We are a for-profit company.

    Wentz says as part of the acquisition he and Johnson agreed that much more R&D on brain interfaces will probably be needed. We have a very sober view of what can and cant be done, Wentz says. We are not nave. He calls Kernels effort a 15-year endeavor, although he adds that we want to do in that period what has been done in the last 100 years. With the pivot, Johnson is effectively jumping on an opportunity created by the Brain Initiative, an Obama-era project which plowed money into new schemes for recording neurons. That influx of cash has spurred the formation of several other startups, including Paradromics and Cortera, also developing novel hardware for collecting brain signals. As part of the government brain project, the defense R&D agency DARPA says it is close to announcing $60 million in contracts under a program to create a high-fidelity brain interface able to simultaneously record from one million neurons (the current record is about 200) and stimulate 100,000 at a time.

    Its time for neuroscience to graduate from academia to a general neuroscience platform, says Johnson. With such a technology a whole range of new applicationsa lot of white spacewould open up. Johnson declined to describe the specifics of Kernels technological approach to connecting with the brain, as did Boyden and Wentz. However, the team members have been working on well-identified problems. Wentz has been involved with developing electronics for high-speed reading of data emitted by wireless implants. Already, the flow of information that can be collected from a mouses brain in real time outruns what a laptop computer can handle. The team also needs a way to interface with the human brain. Boydens lab has worked on several concepts to do so, including needle-shaped probes with tiny electrodes etched onto their surface. Another idea is to record neural activity by threading tiny optical fibers through the brains capillaries, an idea roughly similar to Musks neural lace.

    More sophisticated means of reading and writing to the brain are seen as potential ways to treat psychiatric disorders. Under a concept that Boyden calls brain coprocessors, it may be possible to create closed-loop systems that detect certain brain signalssay, those associated with depressionand shock the brain to reverse them. Some surgeons and doctors funded by another DARPA program are in the early stages of determining whether serious mental conditions can be treated in this way (see A Shocking Way to Fix the Brain). Boyden says Johnsons $100 million makes a big difference to how he and his students view the entrepreneurs goals. A lot of neurotechnology has come and gone. But one thing is that its very expensive, he says. The inventing is expensive, the clinical work is expensive. Its not easy. And here is someone putting money into the game. - $100 Million Plan to Link Brains to Computers

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    The older I get the less I listen to what people say
    and the more I look at what they do. Andrew Carnegie


    03/15/17 - Quantum Vacuum & Zero Point Energy Access: Is Free Energy For All Actually Possible?
    Free energy is a term being tossed around these days, and not one that many within the new energy movement like to use. Thats because its not really free, or what we perceive free to be. Its not like the power source for generating the energy to run these machines (discussed below in this article) is coming from nowhere.

    Its coming from the quantum vacuum, which would seem to be available for our use in unlimited quantities, given the fact that its the invisible stuff that makes up our known entire universe, in which could be a sea of universes and dimensions. There is enough to go around.

    While the world has been distracted by hula hoops, pet rocks, dot coms, fiber optics and the latest new App to to hypnotize the masses, engineers, and inventors have quietly been at work trying to understand what Tesla meant when he said, Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point in the universe.' Toby Grotz

    Here is the trailer for a film called Out of The Void. It premiered at the Vienna International Festival. At the one minute mark, you will hear Paramahamsa Tewari speak, one figure who has received praise from the likes of John Wheeler, whose research was covered in the film. The film documents tests of his Reactionless Generator filmed in his lab in India.

    Here is the actual video of the machine in action, taken from the film. Where the over unity test results are then confirmed at the Kirloskar factory (India) where the vice president, factory manager, and lead electrical engineer discuss their replication of the device and over unity test results.

    While thinking about these concepts, it is important to acknowledge the world of secrecy. There are multiple inventors utilizing these concepts, and unfortunately the trail leads towards the secret space program, and the powerful people that might have to take a big hit if they do not have control of these technologies. Its also important to note that ever since the Invention Secrecy Act was brought into effect in 1951, over 5000 inventions alone were issued secrecy orders at the end of 2014. (source)

    As Steven Aftergood from the Federation of American Scientists reports: The 1971 list indicates that patents for solar photovoltaic generators were subject to review and possible restriction if the photovoltaics were more than 20% efficient. Energy conversion systems were likewise subject to review and possible restriction if they offered conversion efficiencies in excess of 70-80%.' (source) Something to think about

    Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point in the universe. This idea is not novelWe find it in the delightful myth of Antheus, who derives power from the earth; we find it among subtle speculations of one of your splendid mathematicians.Throughout space there is energy. Is this energy static, or kinetic? If static our hopes are in vain; if kinetic and this we know it is, for certain then it is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheel work of nature. Nikola Tesla - Quantum Vacuum & Zero Point Energy Access: Is Free Energy For All Actually Possible?

    03/15/17 - Get your blood flowing by tickling your knees!
    KeelyNet Systems used by slimmers to firm up their waistlines could provide alternative help. The battery boxes send pulses of electricity to trigger the contraction of muscles. The stimulation could be more effective than compression stockings, research shows.

    Neuromuscular electrical stimulation or NMES systems feature a small battery box attached by wires to electrodes mounted on adhesive pads. These transmit pulses of electricity that trigger the contraction of muscles. A slight tickling sensation is felt on the skin, along with rapid twitching of the targeted muscles.

    Trials on patients with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) resulted in a reduction in swelling and pain symptoms. CVI occurs when veins in the legs stop pumping blood to the heart effectively. Normally, when the leg muscles contract, they squeeze the deep veins of the legs, helping blood to circulate. As they have to work against gravity, veins contain one-way valves that keep the blood from flowing backwards towards the foot. These valves can wear out over time, leading to blood leaking backwards and pooling in the veins of the leg.

    Swelling in the legs and ankles is often the first sign. Other symptoms include varicose veins, discoloured skin, tight- feeling calves or itchy, painful legs, and pain during walking that stops with rest. Brown-coloured skin, particularly near the ankles, is another indicator. Left untreated, CVI can lead to itching, bleeding, mobility problems and non-healing ulcers.

    It is estimated that about 40 per cent of adults have some degree of varicose veins or venous insufficiency, and that one in 12 has a severe form of the condition, which becomes more common with age. Treatments include exercises that help pump blood through the legs and build muscle, to compression stockings that squeeze the leg veins to prevent blood flowing backwards, to laser therapy and surgery to take out the damaged veins.

    However, a team at Imperial College and Charing Cross Hospital have been using a non-invasive NMES device to treat CVI, with encouraging results. The mild electrical pulses are known to activate muscle and nerve fibres, mimicking the electrical messages that come from the central nervous system to make the muscles contract. Research shows that placing the pad of electrodes over the common peroneal nerve behind the knee, which provides sensation and triggers muscle movement to parts of the lower leg, increases blood flow.

    Imperial College tested healthy volunteers to demonstrate that NMES is highly effective at boosting blood flow when compared to intermittent pneumatic compression, a therapy where an air pump and sleeve wrapped around the leg are used to increase circulation. Results show that while compression therapy increased peak blood flow in the veins by 51 per cent, NMES improved it by 101 per cent.

    The researchers then looked at its effects on patients with venous insufficiency. Patients wore the device over the peroneal nerve for four to six hours a day for six weeks and blood flow was measured on different occasions. Results indicated that peak blood flow in the femoral vein in the leg increased by 57.7 per cent after 20 minutes. Katherine Williams, clinical research fellow at Imperial, said: We have shown that NMES improves blood supply to the leg and the foot and can have significant benefits to people with circulation problems. These small electrical impulses activate the legs natural blood-pumping systems, mimicking the beneficial effects of walking. This may be especially beneficial for those who have limited exercise tolerance. - Get your blood flowing by tickling your knees!

    03/15/17 - Physicists have created an impossible state of matter that could power quantum computers
    The laws of physics are supposed to be symmetrical in time and space. That means a ball thrown at a certain speed and in a certain direction would always go the same distance, no matter when you throw or where on Earth you throw it (assuming no other factors, like weather, came into play).

    There are, however, things that do break space symmetry. Magnets have north and south poles, which means the magnetic spins of atoms within a magnet are not, as would be expected, spread in all directions but aligned in one direction or another. The same is true of crystals. Though fixed in space, some atoms in a crystal have preferred positions, which makes them appear different based on where you observe them from.

    In Wilczek's conception, however, the quantum interactions among particles, such as ions or subatomic particles, could create a state of matter that oscillates repeatedly in time, just as a crystal has a structure that repeats in space. That means that if the matter oscillated with a period of 2 minutes, doing something with that matter now would produce different results than doing the same thing 1 minute from now.

    I was posting this tonight and remembered something Jerry Gallimore told me about his video experiments of crystals....that everytime you viewed the video, the crystal would be different..seem to recall he called it Series 9 phenomena....long time ago...

    Interact Discussion list - And there is even something WEIRDER, Jerry showed one film about 3 times and each time, the images were SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT. He didn't clue us as to what to look for, just said watch this closely and you could clearly see the changes.

    He said this was something he'd discovered and called Series 9 phenomena or Series 9 effect, I forget the exact term, it could well have been Series N (where N=infinite), its been about 12 years ago. It had what he believed to be HOLOGRAPHIC recording of the images on two dimensional film and the images altered based on the intensity and/or the angle you viewed the film from!!!!

    Now, I don't know of anyone who has ever duplicated this and I SAW this SAME film image change the 2nd and 3rd time he ran it. Very bizarre and I think it opens entirely new REALMS of research paths for time cameras and other possibilities.

    Hydrostatic Space-Time and Gravitational Monitors Monitoring Space/Time Stresses.

    Jerry told me the thing he was most proud of was his book Transverse Paraphysics which he said had all the keys to free energy, gravity and many mysteries. USPA to Republish Five Books by Jerry G. Gallimore p. 5

    Jerry Gallimore and gravity waves - "A dielectric alone will detect fluctuations in gravity waves, but when'stressed', that is, put under pressure by squeezing, the sensitivity greatly increases."

    Books for J.G. Gallimore - don't click on the buy it link becuase it takes you into some idiot game...

    Reminds me of the Omega 13 device in Galaxy Quest which could reverse local time to a point 13 seconds before so you can repair mistakes. - JWD - Physicists have created an impossible state of matter that could power quantum computers

    03/15/17 - Anti-gravity properties of crystalline lattices
    KeelyNet Both Reich and Reichenbach investigated the effects of this energy on the human organism. They found that in relation to the earth itself, it had a change in intensity [with a periodicity of close to] 24 hours. So, they started measuring the intensity of absorption and emission from biological organisms according to whether they need or do not need energy. The curves over time were almost identical to common blood auger curves in people which any doctor will recognize. Physicists would any it's an anomaly.

    The energy has terrestrial orientation. When you start investigating elements, you find that elements take on a defined terrestrial orientation. In addition, the frequency of the emitted energy changes with orientation, and their properties can be predicted based on the relationships between each other.

    I had been dealing with what I assumed were gravitational energies for years and I wrote a short paper which had some reaction and some defects. I was talking as if everyone was totally familiar with gravity and we had practical devices and had an understanding about gravity. Immediately the feedback from that article said: "show me something". I then wrote a paper for the Association for Pushing Gravity Research in which I proved there was a gravity wave emitted from a dielectric, but it was published as "The Ether as an Energy". I wondered if a monitor could be built that would test out my theories and determine the presence or absence of these waves. This wee done.

    We took a 15v, 15 mid capacitor charged with DC, no AC. We measured its decay time. Then we placed a 4-5" long, 2-3 1b. optical grade quartz crystal about 1" away from the capacitor with no current flowing. The crystal was left near the capacitor for 4 minutes. After removal of the crystal, repeat the experiment and measure the decay time. You get a completely different decay curve. It starts as a classical parabolic decay curve, but the effect of the crystal is to turn it into a cubic curve. These effects lasted for 34 minutes. Stanford University tested this and found a 20% differential between before and after application of the crystal.

    Every time you take readings of the voltage, you are reading its absorbed energy. This effect has been duplicated and repeated many times. Exhaustive tests were carried out on the capacitor before and after. Apparently, we've done something to the energy of the capacitor. We have perhaps ionized it - we have faster drain, leas charge -a physical anomaly. You can place metal, boxes, a Faraday shield, anything you want between the capacitor and the crystal with no change in effect. We know it is not an electromagnetic effect - it will pass through any mass.

    Thus, I applied for a patent on a device using the crystal itself to measure gravitational waves. I Just use a dielectric as a resistor in a DC circuit (see attached patent abstract ). When detecting such energies, it exhibited a change in resistance, usually very low magnitude effects. A simple back-biassed commercial diode can be used. The leakage changes in the presence of these energies.

    Cornelius Lancros of Purdue University stared in an early 1940's physics paper that any time you generate naturally or artifically, a gravitational field onto a detector, a corresponding equivalent compensation occurs in the measuring device so that no phenomenon is observed. Lanczos says that this is a 2nd order effect. (Phys. Rev 61, 713, 1942).

    I have applied for patent on a "Propagated Stress Wave Detector". I couldn't really say gravity waves in the title or I'd never have gotten the patent. In this patent, the fundamental concept is that gravity, as a propagated stress wave, modifies the binding forces in matter. This design works very well in detecting any metric field including gravitational waves. The two methods shown in the application are resistive and capacitive. The uses for these devices include gravity prospecting. As the elemental content of the earth changes, so does the local gravitational field intensity.

    In a paper published in the Planetary Association of Clean Energy Newsletter (see attached), I said that if we alter a dielectric, instead of crushing it as in piezoelectricity, we stretch a crystal in 3-dimensions, then we will have an inversion of space and time around it. This creates a gravitational anomaly. As shown in the article, 2 scientists in Poland, Kowsky and Frost accidentally discovered this in 1929. Subsequent articles claimed this was a hoax, but I claim this was no hoax. I have done it in the lab and have applied for patents on it. By applying massive amounts of power to the lattice structure of a crystal, you break it into an amorphous mass and by kicking out ions one at a time, you expand the crystal without disintegrating it. Tremendous stress energy is locked up inside the crystal. It therefore can produce a local gravitational anomaly when further energy is applied. - Anti-gravity properties of crystalline lattices

    03/15/17 - Snake bit? UCI chemists figure out how to easily and cheaply halt venoms spread
    Molecular gel could save millions globally from death or disfigurement. In the U.S., human snakebite deaths are rare about five a year but the treatment could prove useful for dog owners, mountain bikers and other outdoor enthusiasts brushing up against nature at ankle level. Worldwide, an estimated 4.5 million people are bitten annually, 2.7 million suffer crippling injuries and more than 100,000 die, most of them farmworkers and children in poor, rural parts of India and sub-Saharan Africa with little healthcare.

    The existing treatment requires slow intravenous infusion at a hospital and costs up to $100,000. And the antidote only halts the damage inflicted by a small number of species. Current anti-venom is very specific to certain snake types. Ours seems to show broad-spectrum ability to stop cell destruction across species on many continents, and that is quite a big deal, said doctoral student Jeffrey OBrien, lead author of a recent study published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.

    Zeroing in on protein families common to many serpents, the UCI researchers demonstrated that they could halt the worst effects of cobras and kraits in Asia and Africa, as well as pit vipers in North America. The team synthesized a polymer nanogel material that binds to several key protein toxins, keeping them from bursting cell membranes and causing widespread destruction. OBrien knew he was onto something when the human serum in his test tubes stayed clear, rather than turning scarlet from venoms typical deadly rupture of red blood cells.

    Chemistry professor Ken Shea, senior author of the paper, explained that the venom a complex toxic cocktail evolved over millennia to stay ahead of preys own adaptive strategies is absorbed onto the surface of nanoparticles in the new material and is permanently sequestered there, diverted from doing harm.

    Thanks to the use of readily available, nonpoisonous components, the nanodote has a long shelf life and costs far less. The existing antidote is made by injecting horses with venom, waiting weeks for the animals to develop antibodies, then extracting their blood and shipping it from Mexico or Australia to places that can afford it. The process is not allowed in the U.S. Major suppliers have discontinued shipments to many markets.

    In contrast, our treatment costs pennies on the dollar and, unlike the current one, requires no refrigeration, OBrien said. It feels pretty great to think this could save lives. Since publishing their findings, the researchers have discovered that scorpion and spider bite infections may also be slowed or stopped via their invention. They have patents pending and are seeking public and private funding to move forward with clinical trials and product development. Additionally, Sheas group pioneered a synthetic antidote for bee melittin the ingredient in stings that can kill people who have an allergic reaction using similar methods.

    A SHOCK CURE FOR SNAKEBITE - The article explains why Dr. Neans believes in the cure: "Body tissue is negatively charged, snake venom is slightly positive, and unlike charges attract. If ionization of the venom molecules is altered by electrical shock, he reasoned, perhaps they can't attach themselves to animal tissue and destroy it."

    Dr. Markus Kryger had read about the treatment in a medical journal when he opted to use it on courthouse employee in southwestern Missouri who was bitten by a copperhead just outside the courthouse. He used jumper cables attached to the spark coil of his car to treat the wound after giving the woman a tetanus shot and disinfecting the bite. "Within the hour, the puzzled patient was back at work."

    Dr. Kryger became convinced that electrical shock could deactivate snake venom because of the chemistry of the poison. Besides proteins and enzymes, venom contains copper and other trace metals whose electrical properties could be easily upset by high-voltage shock, thereby possibly uncoupling what makes the venom work.

    Dr. Ronald Guderian is a missionary doctor from Seattle who is given credit for being the first to use high voltage DC to treat snakebite. He has "successfully treated more than 60 cases in the Esmeraldas Province of Ecuador." Based on Dr. Guderian's experience it seems that if the treatment is received within 15 to 20 minutes after the bite has been inflicted then the pain stops almost immediately and no swelling will occur.

    If swelling has already started, then it stops and the pain soon subsides. Dr. Guderian typically uses a Nova Technologies stun gun with one of the electrodes modified so that the current can be passed directly through the limb by placing an electrode on each side. "All of the successful treatments have been performed with 20,000 to 25,000 volts or more." It has to be DC voltage, too. - Snake bit? UCI chemists figure out how to easily and cheaply halt venoms spread

    03/15/17 - 3 ways robots are changing the world - for good!
    Modern bots aren't looking to scare you - they're looking to help make life a little easier, in every aspect of our lives. Still need some convincing? Let Kristina Guerrero show you the three aspects of your life that robots are looking to serve to your benefit, from work life, to home, and even at school.

    Some of us might be concerned that robots will soon be taking over our offices, but don't worry! With new tweaks and upgrades, robots like Handle, by Boston Dynamics, can do more for us at work, like helping move big stuff that might require 2-3 people or even make speedy deliveries around the office, so us humans can keep doing the real work.

    The Jetsons had the right idea when it came to help around the house. Research estimates that 1 in 10 of us will have a robot helping out at home in just a few years, and it'll be more high tech than your old school Roomba. Check out Sophia, the robo-helper by Hanson Robotics that was made for human contact and can hold a conversation with you about a crazy amount of topics. Sure, she's a little...different looking...but her 62 facial expressions and ability to answer questions can help her connect with other people, which is helpful for using her to be a companion and teacher for children and adults alike in the future.

    Class is in session and robotics is helping take learning to the next level. From helping teachers educate students remotely with things like The Double Robot to creating smart robots like Professor Einstein, who puts a fun twist on learning science with silly facial expressions, jokes, and smarts; but can also chit chat about the weather, current events, and anything in between. By the way, if Professor E. looks like a robot you might want to take home, you can pre-order him on Kickstarter! - 3 ways robots are changing the world - for good!

    03/15/17 - Beware the Front Desk Scam Aimed at Hotel Guests
    When you staying at a hotel, you have to hand over your credit card to the front desk. So if you get a room call asking for additional credit card details, you might not think much of it. But chances are, this is a scam. Heres how it works: thieves call hotel rooms pretending to be hotel managers and ask guests for credit card information. One Redditor shared this particular experience:

    Sunday morning at 10:30 my hotel phone rings and its the manager letting me know their computer system is down at the moment...He lets me know that because the system is down theyre a few hours behind on recovering data. He confirmed my room number and offered me an extended checkout (which sounded great from the hangover) and also offered to comp our least expensive nights stay for the inconvenience. He mentioned there were 30+ people in the checkout line and offered to check me out via the phone and said I could leave my keys as I left. He asked me to confirm my credit card number and I got a little hesitant and said I would feel more comfortable providing that in person.

    Consumer Affairs reported on a variation of this scam recently, too. But instead of a free room comp, the scammer tells guests their cards arent working and asks them to give their info over the phone. Consumer Affairs suggested this general rule of thumb for avoiding scams like this:

    Whether youre getting scammy phone calls in your own home or hotel room, or checking messages in your email inbox, always remember the anti-scam rule Dont call me, Ill call you. If you want to call the hotel front desk because you think there might be some problem with your payment card, go ahead and call them. But if someone claiming to be from the front desk calls you dont believe it. And the bottom line: at a hotel, you should never have to give this info over the phone. - Beware the Front Desk Scam Aimed at Hotel Guests

    03/15/17 - This start-up will 3D print your housefor $10K
    A company says its 3D-printer will print a house. Fast and cheap. San Francisco-based Apis Cor reported on its blog that on a cold day last December it (and a number of its partners) built an entire 400 square foot house with its custom printer and it only cost $10,000. Oh, and it took just 24 hours to complete.

    Others have claimed to build houses with 3D printers. But what makes Apis Cors house unique is that it wasnt constructed from pre-printed panels that required assembly by construction workers. The printer used is a giant, mobile piece of crane-like equipment that layers on cement in one continuous process, building both the internal and external structure all at once instead of in multiple parts. Its a one-story structure but it can be constructed in just about any shape and the company showed how it could be built in even the coldest of conditions...

    Contractors worrying about their jobs shouldnt panicyet. Once all the walls are put together, those workers are then needed to do everything else like installing windows and the roof, plus painting, insulating and putting in appliances, according to this report in Quartz. A finished test house that the company built with a partner in Russia is cozy and comfortable and includes a hall, a bathroom, a living room and a compact functional kitchen with the most modern appliances from Samsung company, Apis Cors blog boasts.

    As you can see with the advent of new technology, the company says in its blog post. Construction 3D printing is changing the view and approach to the construction of low-rise buildings and provides new opportunities to implement custom architectural solutions.

    The possibilities of this advancement in 3D printing are many. Houses could be quickly constructed for refugee camps, people displaced by natural disaster or for those who do not have available housing, such as the homeless. Governments could build entire communities of affordable housing at just a fraction of whats paid today. - This start-up will 3D print your housefor $10K

    03/15/17 - Stem Cells Could Extend Human Life By Over 200 Years
    At the Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Pittsburgh, fast-aging elderly mice with a usual lifespan of approximately 21 days were injected with stem cells from younger mice. They were given the injection approximately four days before they were expected to die, and the results were outstanding. Mice who were injected not only lived, but they live 3 times their normal lifespan, surviving for an additional 71 days. In human terms, that would be the equivalent of an 80-year old living to be 200 years old.

    The research was published in Nature Communications, by Mitra Lavasani in 2012. The mice were genetically engineered to be fast-aging.

    Multiple scientists have attempted to find the Fountain of Youth. Prolonging life is not a new idea, its a common theme found throughout ancient history, philosophy, mysticism and more. One example is the Elixir of Immortality, or the Philosophers Stone(s) that were sought out Before the Common Era (BCE). We recently wrote an article about a team of scientists in Russia who discovered a way to extend human life and cure age-related disease, including cancer, you can read more about that here.

    "...Since age-related degenerative changes are universal in the musculoskeletal system, the impact on the musculoskeletal system by murine muscle-derived stem/progenitor cells (MDSPCs) became the primary focus of the experiments. MDSPCs are multipotent cells isolated from postnatal skeletal muscle. They have the capacity for long-term proliferation, are resistant to oxidative and inflammatory stress, show multilineage differentiation and self-renew, induce neovascularization, and stimulate regeneration of bone, skeletal, and cardiac muscles. These characteristics raise the possibility that the loss of MDSPCs or related perivascular progenitor cells could contribute to sarcopenia, osteoporosis and other age-associated degenerative diseases. This is a significant finding, it could not only extend the life of humans but also be able to delay symptoms that are correlated with aging. - Stem Cells Could Extend Human Life By Over 200 Years

    03/15/17 - Is Eternal Life Possible? One Scientist Claims Its Possible
    KeelyNet A team of scientists, led by Vladimir P. Skulachev -the Dean of the School of Bioengineering and Bioinformatics at MSU -have begun work further looking into this subject. Vladimir is a regarded as one of the worlds best in his field, and is the founder of mitochondrial electricity and the Skulachev Ion, which are penetrating ions that are electrophoretically targeted to mitochondria. His discoveries may extend human life span and cure age-related disease including cancer, cataracts and osteoporosis. The drug works by targeting mitochondrial oxidation.

    They first made the discovery regarding eternal life in 1972, but it was not put on paper until 2005. Oxygen, according to Dr. Skulachev is one of the most dangerous substances in the human body. When cells become over saturated with active forms of oxygen they become oxidized, which leads to an early death.

    The body produces poisons, one of the most malicious poisons is generated at the heart of each cell in the Mitochondria. On one hand, they supply the body with energy and on the other, they gradually kill us. The older we are, the more poison we have in our bodies in the form of free radicals Maksim Skulachev

    More than half of the mice of the control group died by the 300th day, whereas almost all the animals were still alive in the group that was receiving the ion. It is also important to mention that the increase of the lifespan of the mice treated was accompanied by improvement of their overall quality of life. In a control group of 630 day old mice, some were loosing whiskers, becoming bald and humpbacked. They were failing into a stupor and had a reduced body temperature. Mice that were receiving the ion were lacking all those senescence signs.

    There are over 300 professionals from 40 different institutions currently working on this project. Studies have been published multiple times that indicate the reality of this phenomenon.

    A concept was put forward considering mitochondrial reactive oxygen species (mROS) as key intermediates of programmed aging of organism. As a consequence of such a concept, it was suggested that aging program can be retarded (or even switched off) by mitochondria-targeted antioxidants [5]. To this end, 10-(6- plastoquinonyl) decyltriphenyl phosphonium cation (SkQ1) was synthesized. It was shown that SkQ1 (i) is good penetrant for model and mitochondrial membranes, (ii) has very high affinity to membranes, (iii) is reduced by center i of Complex III of mitochondrial respiratory chain in the inner leaflet of the inner mitochondrial membrane, (vi) electrophoretically accumulates in this leaflet, being driven by mitochondrial membrane potential, (v) prevents peroxidation of mitochondrial cardiolipin by mROS, (vi) arrests the ROS-induced apoptosis and necrosis, (vii) prolongs the lifespan of various organisms (from fungi and plants to mammals), (viii) retards development of many traits of age-related diseases [1-7] (2)

    Imagine a race of beings who reached the point of immortality through genetic manipulation, is this natural or unnatural? The fact that they have advanced to the point of immortality, and can choose to stay in a body as long as they please could be viewed as a natural progression in the evolution of consciousness. Would that be playing God? The discovery of morally sensitive technologies outside the current acceptable paradigm of knowledge has always been subject to criticism, its a common theme throughout human history.

    When thinking about this, I also think about the many anti-aging antioxidant mechanisms that already exist in nature. And the fact that it is a scientific fact that humans can alter the aging process and reverse ailments through diet alone. Vladimir SKULACHEV - Skulachev Ion ( SkQ ) - A form of CoQ that is electrophoretically targeted to mitochondria for healing and life extension -- available now. - Is Eternal Life Possible? One Scientist Claims Its Possible

    03/15/17 - Electric plane motor prototype ready for testing: MagniX
    Australian company MagniX has built a prototype motor for electric-powered planes ahead of a light aircraft trial in 2020 and a superconducting motor for large passenger aircraft in a decade.

    MagniX, which sees electric vehicle development as a way for Australia to get back into the automotive manufacturing game, is slated to begin testing its 50kg, 250-kilowatt prototype motor within a few weeks. The testing will involve simulating aircraft take-off and landing procedures to test the speed capacity and reliability of the motor.

    The company is planning to develop an electric motor to trial inside light aircraft in 2020, ahead of a larger superconducting motor to be used in passenger aircraft in 10 years -- and said it is already in discussions with airlines and manufacturers to produce this. NASA, Siemens, and Airbus have also been developing electric motors for aircraft: Siemens recorded a successful trial of a 50kg electric motor in a light aircraft in Germany in July last year; and Airbus flew an electric motor-powered single-seat aircraft across the English Channel in 2015. Airbus is also planning to test its autonomous airborne taxi prototype by the end of 2017.

    The electric plane trials follow the push into electric vehicles by the automotive industry, with market leader Tesla now being followed by mainstream companies including Ford and Renault-Nissan. Ford in September said it will increase its profits by investing $4.5 billion in electric vehicle research and development in order to introduce 13 new electric vehicles by 2020, with the goal of being dominant in "electrification, autonomy, and mobility". - Electric plane motor prototype ready for testing: MagniX

    03/15/17 - Marijuana Compound Removes Alzheimers Plaque From Brain Cells, Study Finds
    Alzheimers disease may now be added to a list of diseases with promising treatment from cannabis compounds, a new study from the Salk Institute says. While there has been research and trials to use compounds to treat chronic pain, cancers, epilepsy, and other diseases and illnesses, this laboratory study is the first of its kind to test tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a main component in marijuana, against the plaque buildup of the brain associated with Alzheimers disease.

    The researchers took human neurons that they grew in a lab and altered them so that they created the plaque buildup (comprised of proteins such as beta-amyloid). The researchers then subjected the neurons to amounts of THC and other marijuana compounds.

    What they found was that not only did the THC cause a breakdown of the protein buildup, but a reduction in inflammation in the cells. ?Inflammation is bad because it makes it harder for your neurons to communicate with one another correctly.

    "Although other studies have offered evidence that cannabinoids might be neuroprotective against the symptoms of Alzheimer's, we believe our study is the first to demonstrate that cannabinoids affect both inflammation and amyloid beta accumulation in nerve cells," says Salk Professor David Schubert, the senior author of the paper said in a statement.

    This study is also novel because the research also provides a stronger link between protein buildup and the inflammation of the neurons. Some past hypotheses had thought that other immune-like cells had been inflamed, and not the neurons themselves. The researchers believe that the THC was able to reduce the protein buildup and inflammation by working in the brains endocannabinoid receptors, which are naturally occurring in the body. Scientists had already known that exercise engages these receptors, and physical activity can slow the progression of Alzheimers disease. - Marijuana Compound Removes Alzheimers Plaque From Brain Cells, Study Finds

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    03/10/17 - Infinity SAV Electromagnetic Generator 10kW FREE ENERGY ~ Russians Create Free Energy Device!
    Caveat Emptor, we have no verifiable proof of any of their claims. - JWD - For more than 3 years our team has been developing a fossil fuel free generator which is able to generate energy. We have conducted a scientific research and have achieved a few fully functioning models.At present the company Infinity SAV is preparing to launch a mass production of a fuel free generator for consumers. Now our company is actively looking for distributors from all countries. One of the basic principles of work of the company Infinity SAV is complete and definite fulfillment of undertaken obligations. We are located in Seoul, South Korea

    Russians and South Koreans team up to develop working free energy device ready for mass production! Spread the word! No more excuses from Steven Greer or anybody else who says they have the funding to manufacture free energy devices! These guys have the device ready for mass production! Its already done! God confirmed to me that this device is REAL! Spread the word everywhere so THEY cant stop free energy! - Infinity SAV Electromagnetic Generator 10kW FREE ENERGY ~ Russians Create Free Energy Device!

    03/10/17 - Jetpack Skiing! Filip Flisar Charges Through Town at 120kph
    Every son knows that being late for mothers lunch is never an option. While many would simply make up the most foolish excuse possible, call our mom and beg for forgiveness, Filip Flisar has his own way of problem-solving. Being a Ski Cross World Champion has its perks Filip is not only the proud owner of skiing worlds favourite moustache, he is also the proud owner of a real life jetpack. Facing the idea of being late for lunch, Filip strapped on his jetpack and literally blasted his way through his hometown of Maribor, Slovenia. - Jetpack Skiing! Filip Flisar Charges Through Town at 120kph

    03/10/17 - Your Next Teacher Could Be a Robot
    KeelyNet Today, those looking for a non-traditional education have limited access to online classrooms, especially ones that are for-credit and affordable. But Thomas Frey predicts that, within 14 years, learning from robots will be entirely commonplace even for children.

    Ive been predicting that by 2030 the largest company on the internet is going to be an education-based company that we havent heard of yet, Frey said in the interview. Frey claims that, in order for students to learn through an advanced online course, we must construct an educational program that learns its students individual proclivities and preferred learning strategies. It learns what your interests are, your reference points Frey said. And it figures out how to teach you in a faster and faster way over time.

    If Frey is correct about the future of online education, it could propel many to levels of education they could not otherwise achieve. Students around the world have limited access to public education, quality one-on-one help from a teacher, and advancement beyond their assigned grade or classes. However, many of these students are gaining access to computers and the internet. A vastly improved online education system could provide the opportunity and resources underprivileged students need to fulfill their educational aspirations.

    So, while robot teachers might sound a little scary for some, they could allow for more affordable and accessible education around the world. No longer would students have to live in districts with certain levels of wealth just to receive decent education. No longer would students be constantly overwhelmed or, conversely, bored by lessons that advance too quickly or too slowly. Perhaps, instead of taking our childrens jobs, robots could prepare them for a career they would love.

    I loved this story. To allow anyone to freely learn as much as they want about anything. Imagine all the talent such a system would evoke. Any computer a teaching tool. And to keep track of the ones who show talent and offer them all kinds of opportunities. Such as to be invited to study for free at a skills center where you are taught hands on skills directly applicable in the real world. I think companies would gladly support such skills centers where they could make offers for educated, trained, talented workers. WOW!

    The only caveat is TOO MUCH INFORMATION! It is so easy to become distracted so there needs to be many templates a student can choose from to make sure the student stays on track to achieve preset goals. The templates would be rated as to difficulty and noting how many had achieved the course successfuly. - JWD - Your Next Teacher Could Be a Robot

    03/10/17 - Splitting The Positive
    EV Gray's Splitting the Positive - History has it that the Ingenious Mr. Gray learned how to split the positive in 1958. This phrase means just what it says: positive potential is split so that it travels through two different branches of a circuit. In order to do this, Gray used a special home made wire wound resister which was a bifilar inductor. (Shown connected to the battery on the left in the first attached image.)

    After agents from the Federal Government seized the Black Boxes, Gray was forbidden to replicate the original technology. However, he knew what the effect was and hired a variety of workers to help find an alternate way to produce it. I'll point out why the circuit shown in the patent doesn't operate in the same way, but Gray plainly states in his last two patents that variations of the circuit might be used and still fall within the scope and intent of the claims. I've also discovered one of these variations.

    The term 'Splitting the Positive' is spoken in a lot of forums, I think everyone has been wrong so far. Marvin Cole is the originator of the Gray motor. It is understood that Gray did not know what Splitting the positive means, thus the Gray Tube was invented. Original motor did not have a 'Tube' per say. Arc's where in the motor.

    If you're wanting to replicate the technology it would be a mistake to disregard statements attributed to Gray. No one has ever said that Cole understood lightning, was fascinated by radar, or knew the advantages and applications of a delay line. Cole was a mechanical engineer. How many of the miracle million dollar cutting edge electrical inventions on the table with Bing Crosby's accountants did he invent? If Gray didn't know anything, how was he able to advance the technology, including his eventual 1,000 Hp White Motor? I think there WERE original CSETs, in the Black Boxes, represented by the power supply in Gray's first patent. The Internet has a lot of disinformation, perhaps designed to minimize clues. - Splitting The Positive

    03/10/17 - Free Energy Generator 2017, Tewari Overunity Generator
    Tewari Paramahamsa - Reduced reaction generator - Reduced Reaction Rotary Alternating Current Generator - US 20150084467 A1 - Abstract - A reduced reaction alternating current generator including a hollow stator core, a cylindrical rotor within the stator, a freely rotating shaft coupled to the rotor, a first set of magnets in which the south pole of each magnet is coupled to the surface to the rotor and the north pole of each magnet is facing the inner surface of the hollow stator core, a second set of magnets in which the north pole of each magnet is coupled to the surface of the rotor and the south pole of each magnet is facing the inner surface of the hollow stator core and a set of silicon steel pieces coupled to the outer surface of the rotor comprised of individual silicon steel pieces positioned adjacent to and longitudinally in line with each individual magnet within the first set of magnets and each individual magnet within the second set of magnets. - Free Energy Generator 2017, Tewari Overunity Generator

    03/10/17 - Chinese selling Bedini items
    Apparently they've been doing this at least since 2013. Bedini SG Bicycle Wheel Kit for sale - shows posted 2017. Whats included High quality laser cut adjustable plastic frame that comes partially assembled. 600mm diameter 10mm thick plastic wheel with bearings. This allows the entire shaft to rotate for the purpose of connecting a fan, switches, etc A 8transistor circurt board is used for you build 8 power windings and 1 trigger winding circrt. Batteries coil and circurt compontent are not included. Shipping method is DHL. Bedini SG Bicycle Wheel Kit $300 DHL $250 SHIPPING TO INTL TOTAL $550 OR 550 contact me? - Chinese selling Bedini items

    03/10/17 - Russia tests unrivaled new radio-electronic weapon producer
    "Real prototypes of such weapons have already been created and they have proven their efficiency, a representative of Russias United Instrument Manufacturing Company (OPK), which is in charge of the production, told RIA Novosti. The new technology falls under the somewhat loose term "weapons based on new physical principles." The grouping includes armaments that employ physical processes and phenomena not generally used in modern weapons. Laser and sonic weapons are among other examples of such technology.

    According to the OPK representative, the brand-new Russian system is as yet unrivaled. This is a completely new type of weapon, which has no analogues in our country, and I daresay, in the world."

    The announcement came during the Arms High-tech military exhibition currently taking place in Armenia. The state-of-the-art system is capable of disabling various types of targets without using the traditional rounds or shells. Instead, the weapon uses directed energy.

    "It conducts indirect physical impact on the on-board equipment of aircraft or drones and neutralizes precision-guided weapons," RIA quotes the OPK representative as saying. The weapon was for the first time presented to Russian military officials in September this year during a closed performance at the annual military expo Army 2016 outside Moscow.

    In April this year, Russias Radio-Electronic Technologies Concern (KRET) announced it has started trials of a tactical electromagnetic combat complex fully integrated with the latest air-defense systems. The system is designed to suppress any existing and prospective airborne electronic equipment, making it impossible for the aircraft and satellites to proceed with their missions. - Russia tests unrivaled new radio-electronic weapon producer

    03/10/17 - Dissolving tumors and healing by Time Travel
    Gregg Braden discusses how our belief that something has already happened can create that reality. He illustrates this concept by showing real-time video of a bladder tumor disappearing on ultrasound as three people declare it has already happened. - Dissolving tumors and healing by Time Travel

    03/10/17 - What the Hell is Going On?
    KeelyNet My skeptical nature, reliance on data Ive personally vetted, and judging our leaders based on what they have done versus what they say, has allowed me to escape the Matrix. I wasnt truly awakened until I watched Bush, Cheney, Powell, the rest of the neo-con prevaricators and fake news mainstream media utilize propaganda to railroad Americans into a $6 trillion unnecessary war, resulting in 36,000 American casualties, the destruction of a country and the creation of thousands of new Muslim terrorists.

    ince the start of this year Ive found myself in a mental funk. Im tired of the lies. Im tired of incessant media propaganda. Im tired of politicians. Im tired of economic experts. Im tired of hucksters touting their the end is near tale to sell me something. Im tired of faux mainstream media journalists and their whining about Trump being mean and threatening the First Amendment.

    The fake news blitz by a Deep State, flailing about trying to retain their power and wealth, has reached frantic proportions. The left wingers, egged on by Obama and funded by Soros, hold increasingly inane protests with themes like: wear a vagina hat to support feminazis; hug an illegal immigrant; everyone I hate is a Nazi; and women take another day off and no one notices. The traitorous neo-con warmongers like McCain, Graham, and Kristol see their enormously profitable never ending global conflict agenda at risk. The military industrial complex needs enemies. The left wingers and neo-cons have joined forces to utilize the fake Russian election intervention propaganda in a last ditch desperate attempt to derail the Trump presidency before it starts.

    Anyone with an ounce of common sense knows the majority of Americans have fallen further behind since 2009, with only the establishment and those leaching off the establishment profiting from the suffering of senior citizens and the former middle class. When real personal spending plummets at the highest rate since 2009, you just might be in the midst of a recession.

    The corporate fake news media will continue to produce the false narrative as directed by their Deep State employers. In Part Two of this article Ill show how the Deep State/establishment/ruling class/status quo have utilized their mastery of propaganda techniques to convince the masses inflation and debt are beneficial to their interests and why Trumps election is the pushback by a citizenry who are beginning to awake and are mad as hell. - What the Hell is Going On?

    03/10/17 - Malik reveals the real birth certificate


    So as many of us have known, obama lied and cheated his way into the presidency. He is a practicing muslim who fully supports radical muslims. He has used the office, with collusion by weak congress and senate, to finance inumerable muslim activities to pollute our country. Now we have to clean it all up by expelling all muslims.

    All who allowed this to happen should be held fully accountable by our legal system, no matter who they are or how many. The swamp is much deeper than anyone suspected.

    Where were the dems when due diligence and full vetting were required to verify obamas birth country and his history?

    All the 8 years of mischief and disaster he has perpetrated on the america people and yet, like Hillary, he walks free without any worry about anyone having the cajones to take him to court and send him to prison for life.

    How do we correct all he has done ILLEGALLY in his intentional pretense as president?

    Entitled Muslim Couple Bullies Poor Waitress, Karma Delivers Nasty Surprise - A Christian waitress was working a shift at a homestyle diner when the Muslim couple she was serving began bullying her, demanding better service because they are Muslim. However, as soon as they went on social media to further humiliate and intimidate the poor woman, they were slapped with a nasty dose of well-deserved karma. On May 24, the couple told the waitress at Mels Diner in Prairie Grove, People like you are the reason we kill. The pair had complained that they were not receiving the service they believe they deserved, making discriminatory comments such as, Only a Christian would treat [us] like that. The couples reasoning that Christians not treating them with the supremacy to which they think they are entitled is vindication for terror attacks is a testament to the religion itself. There arent Christians, Buddhists, Jews, or Hindus going around beheading, blowing up, and gunning down minorities en masse. Its Muslims. Muslims are committing genocide all over the world, yet were not even allowed to point this out, much less the countless religious texts that command this and show how their prophet violently modeled it. Millions of Muslims around the world arent murdering because Christians treat them any particular way. They have been murdering for 1,400 years and continue to do so because their prophet encouraged and practiced it and because the left will defend their barbaric actions to the death.

    BOOM! Muslims Chant Allah On Plane, Flight Attendant Has Brilliant Response - A Muslim couple from Cincinnati is now crying discrimination and suing Delta Airlines, but such at outcome was likely at the back of one brave flight attendants mind and then dismissed when she decided to put the protection of her passengers ahead of any potential job loss or legal issues. The Delta fight attendant felt uncomfortable after hearing the Ohio Muslim couple chant Allah while hiding the cellphones they were constantly texting on as she walked by, so she urged the captain to order them removed from the plane. The couple was also sweating profusely, according to the concerned flight attendant, something the Muslim man and woman blamed on a long tarmac wait, but everyone else on the plane had sat through the same delay inside the same poor air circulation in the plane. As the now viral video clearly shows, the flight attendant was very professional and polite, but the Muslim woman immediately became combative and wanted to know if the reason they were being removed from the plane for safety reasons was actually discriminatory. (she needs to learn the meaning of the english words she erroneously used!) - Malik reveals the real birth certificate

    03/10/17 - California government buried the truth about cell phone radiation causing brain cancer
    KeelyNet A once-secret document detailing links between cell phones and brain cancer has been released by order of a California court. Entitled, Cell Phones and Health, the document was demanded in a lawsuit filed by Joel Moskowitz, Ph.D., director of the Center for Family and Community Health at UC Berkeleys School of Public Health.

    I would like this document to see the light of day because it will inform the public that there is concern within the California Department of Public Health that cellphone radiation is a risk, and it will provide them with some information about how to reduce those risks, Moskowitz told a local CBS affiliate.

    The document says that long-term cell phone use may increase the risk of brain cancer and other health problems and admits that cell phone EMFs can affect nearby cells and tissues. In a special warning section about children, it also explains that EMFs can pass deeper into a childs brain than an adults.

    The California government actively hid this document from the public for at least seven years, likely under pressure from industry lobbyists who have long sought to conceal the evidence of harm caused by cell phone radiation. In the same way that biotech companies seek to conceal the harm of GMOs and pesticides manufacturers conceal the harm of pesticides and vaccine promoters conceal the harm of mercury in vaccines, the cell phone industry doesnt want any evidence linking EMFs and brain cancer to see the light of day.

    In truth, your brain is under a massive chemical, electromagnetic and propaganda assault on a daily basis. - California government buried the truth about cell phone radiation causing brain cancer

    03/10/17 - Loretta Lynch Calls For Blood, Death On Streets To Protest Trump
    Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch has called for civil war in the United States, demanding marching, blood and death in the streets until President Trump is dragged from office, in a chilling video posted to her Facebook page. In the short and punchy video, Loretta Lynch begins by claiming that people are experiencing great fear and uncertainty, with the unstated implication that it is the President of the United States, Donald Trump, she is referring to.

    Appearing nervous and exhausted, Lynch goes on to say that our rights are being assailed, being trampled on and even being rolled back. However despite the high emotion and fear mongering, the former Attorney General is unable to offer a single example of her claims. The most shocking part of Lynchs short speech comes when she urges Americans to take to the streets, declaring the answer to Trump lies in civil disobedience, violence and death. We have done this before, she said, and we can do it again.

    The most shocking words in Lynchs short speech come when she urges Americans to take to the streets, declaring the answer to Trump lies in civil disobedience, violence and death. I know that this is a time of great fear and uncertainty for so many people, Lynch says. I know its a time of concern for people, who see our rights being assailed, being trampled on and even being rolled back. I know that this is difficult, but I remind you that this has never been easy. We have always had to work to move this country forward to achieve the great ideals of our Founding Fathers.

    It has been people, individuals who have banded together, ordinary people who simply saw what needed to be done and came together and supported those ideals who have made the difference. Theyve marched, theyve bled and yes, some of them died. This is hard. Every good thing is. We have done this before. We can do this again. - Loretta Lynch Calls For Blood, Death On Streets To Protest Trump

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    03/06/17 - U.S. scientists find way to safely thaw cryopreserved tissues
    KeelyNet Although scientists have been able to successfully preserve organs cooled at ultra-low temperatures, they have had less success in thawing them out without causing cracks in the fragile tissues. To address this issue, researchers at the University of Minnesota developed a new heating method using iron oxide nanoparticles, which surround the frozen tissues. They act like tiny heaters when activated by an external magnetic field.

    Using this method, the researchers were able to uniformly warm frozen animal heart valves and tissues without causing harm to the tissues. "This paper takes the first practical step towards making tissue banking a reality," said Caitlin Czajka, an editor at Science Translational Medicine, which published the research on Tuesday. Currently, more than 60 percent of donated hearts and lungs are thrown out each year because they can only be kept on ice for four hours before they deteriorate.

    In prior work, teams have succeeded in reheating only about 1 millilitre of tissue and solution. In the new study, the team reheated arteries and heart valves in 50 millilitre vials, said study senior author John Bischof, a mechanical engineering professor at the University of Minnesota which holds two patents on the technology. "What we found is we could bring these tissues back at very rapid rates and we were able to maintain the viability and functionality of the tissues," Bischof told reporters on a telephone briefing. After thawing, none of the tissues showed signs of damage and the nanoparticles were washed away.

    Bischof said the team is working on a pilot study to thaw frozen rabbit kidneys in 80 millilitre vials, and he thinks it will be possible to scale up the technology to even bigger organs. Bischof and colleagues said on the call it will probably take several more years of research before the technology can be cleared for use in human organ transplants, but he believes the new warming method could make that possible. - U.S. scientists find way to safely thaw cryopreserved tissues

    03/06/17 - Scientists name causes for WWIII to start
    The chief of the research group from California Eric Rignot believes that the melting of the Antarctic ice will raise the global sea level by one meter. This will lead to the flooding of huge coastal areas, where millions of people currently live. The researchers made the sensational announcement at a forum devoted to problems of the Earth in Princeton, USA. Taking into consideration the current melting of glaciers in the Antarctic, the "point of no return" has been passed, the scientists said.

    According to the United States Air Force Gen. Paul Kern, mankind will start fighting for natural resources that remain under the ice so far. Kern also believes that the rivalry between Russia, the US and China for geopolitical redistribution of the world in the fight for hidden resources may trigger WWIII.

    However, as it usually happens, different scientists share different opinions. Not that long ago, it was reported that the Earth would cool in about ten years. The experts, who came to such a conclusion, used a mathematical model of processes that currently take place on the sun. The sun is expected to reduce its activity. Scientists have observed that the number of spots that have appeared on the sun in the recent years is lower than before. The researchers believe that a lower quantity of sunspots heralds the process when global temperatures are expected to drop. The phenomenon has already occurred before - in XVI-XVII centuries.

    There is another opinion. According to the website of Harvard University, Siberia and Canada will save the world from global warming. A study published in Science journal said that global warming would dramatically change the territory of the Siberian taiga. Northern ecosystems will thus become much more diverse, many new species of animals and plants will appear in northern territories of the world. Climate will become more humid on 60-70 percent of land. Remaining parts of the world will be considerably hotter and drier. Many plants will die and many animal species will migrate as a result of the climate change. - Scientists name causes for WWIII to start

    03/06/17 - Vacuum decay: Perfect way to destroy Universe
    The video about a possibility of self-destruction of our universe has been gaining popularity on the Internet recently. The idea about the destruction of the universe is based on the hypothesis of ??vacuum instability. Any system in our world has a certain amount of potential energy. For example, a ball on top of the hill under the influence of gravity tends to release the energy and fall much lower, to thus become "stable." Space vacuum that appears to be stable due to the complete absence of substance in it, is likely to be fraught with great danger. - Vacuum decay: Perfect way to destroy Universe

    03/06/17 - Forest Machine Rodeo
    Video #1 - This is the first episode of our new four-part series MEANWHILE IN FINLAND where we bring some positive anarchy into Finnish innovations! In this first episode we take a Ponsse Scorpion harvester and find a completely new way to use it - FOREST MACHINE RODEO! It's up to you to decide who did it the best!

    Video #2 - This truck driver pulls of a spectacular save after his vehicle almost capsizes. He perfectly balances the truck on its two right wheels before coming to a safe stop.

    Video #3 - Hold me back! - Forest Machine Rodeo

    03/06/17 - Russian scientists increase DVD storage capacity million times
    The article published in Nanoscale says that conventional optical storage media, such as DVD or BluRay disks, lag significantly behind hard drives, flash memory and other "hard" drives.

    According to the scientists, this gap is due to physical causes. It is impossible to create a denser recording of information with the use of light because of the inability to focus a beam of light on objects or points of surface, the size of which are twice as small as the wavelength of light. For this reason, the recording information density on all optical storage media is noticeably inferior to what can be achieved on magnetic or electronic data recording systems.

    "Localization of laser light is provided by an optical nanoantenna that is illuminated by a focused laser beam with radial and azimuthal polarization. This approach was developed on the basis of optical anisotropy of azo-dye polymer films (published in ACS Photonics). The azo-dyes are orientated perpendicularly to the polarization direction under polarized light. This has proven to be a tricky result to achieve because near-field polarization depends on the geometry and material of the optical antenna.

    "Switching between radial and azimuthal polarization capacitates the recording of optical information in the azo-dye absorption band and reading beyond that band. The switching speed depends on the local mobility of the dyes in glassy environment - a parameter that for polymer films is critically dependent on their thickness. The team plans to create a prototype of organic near-field optical memory of up 1 Pb/dm2 density. The following advances in subdiffraction technology will be linked to laser beams with orbital momentum - such research may further down the road help additionally increase storage density," a message posted on the website of the Kazan Federal University says.

    According to the scientists, the data recording density may thus exceed one hundred terabytes per one square decimeter, which is about 38 times larger than what most capacious modern hard drives can boast of. In the future, the technology will make it possible to reach the mark in one petabyte per one square decimeter. A disc of such recording density will be able to store about a million times more information than a conventional DVD. The technology may thus open a way to low-cost backup storage of data.

    Earlier, scientists at the Siberian Institute of Semiconductor Physics named after A. Rzhanov invented a flash drive, the memory of which is based on the multigraph. The technology allows to exponentially surpass the efficiency of modern analogs. The graphene is a material that consists of carbon atoms constituting atom-thick crystal lattice.

    The operation of the new flash drive is based on the injection and storage of electric charge in the storage medium - multigraphene - which is created by combining several layers of graphene. Essential components of this type of flash memory are tunneling and blocking layers. The first one is made of silicon oxide, and the second one is usually made of a dielectric possessing a high dielectric constant. Multigraphene, "sandwiched" between the tunneling and blocking oxides, creates a deep potential well that the charge is throw into for long-term storage. This makes it possible to optimize the geometry of flash memory. - Russian scientists increase DVD storage capacity million times

    03/06/17 - Solar Panel Farm Yields 17,000 Tons Of Food Annually In The Worst Climates


    Despite what companies that use GMOs want you to believe, genetically-modified organisms are actually hurting the world more than they are helping it. Though food production may be increasing in the short-term because of these practices, studies have proven that chemical farming is actually destroying the land and resources necessary to produce food in the long run.

    Thats why many people stress the importance of buying and eating organic produce. Not only do you support local farmers trying to produce fruits and vegetables naturally, but you know that the food youre putting in your body is good for both you and the environment.

    With the solar panel farms created by Sundrop Farms, organic produce is all thats born from their unusual but up-and-coming methods. The first farm that they opened was in the desert in Port Augusta, South Australia in 2010, where the surrounding area is dry, desolate, and barren. In other words, its totally inappropriate and completely impossible to start a farm thereor so you thought.

    Though the climate is wretched, there is no fresh water anywhere around, and the land is unusable, Sundrop Farms saw the potential in the are because they dont rely on land to grow food. With the use of coconut husks, 23,000 mirrors to reflect and harvest solar energy, desalinated water and nearly 50,000 acres of land, the start-up has successfully developed a method for growing 17,000 tons of fresh food annually.

    A hydroponic system that doesnt require soil or rainwater to keep plants alive is what has worked best for the company and desalinated seawater thats put through the system is what keeps the whole machine going. Since seawater is in infinite supply, theres no risk of it running out like freshwater sources. Rather than exploiting finite natural resources like traditional farming does, the company works in harmony with them.

    The price of starting up such an operation is heftyaround $200 millionbut with year-round yields and sustainable practices that require little in the way of maintenance and importation of resources, the whole process will pay for itself rather quickly. Its innovation such as this that will help humans in the decades to come, when food production decreases because of todays damaging practices while demand increases because of overpopulation. - Solar Panel Farm Yields 17,000 Tons Of Food Annually In The Worst Climates

    03/06/17 - Fifth of world's food lost to over-eating and waste, study finds
    Almost 20 per cent of the food made available to consumers is lost through over-eating or waste, a study suggests. The world population consumes around 10 per cent more food than it needs, while almost nine per cent is thrown away or left to spoil, researchers say.

    The world population consumes around 10 per cent more food than it needs, while almost nine per cent is thrown away or left to spoil, researchers say. Efforts to reduce the billions of tonnes lost could improve global food security -- ensuring everyone has access to a safe, affordable, nutritious diet -- and help prevent damage to the environment, the team says.

    Scientists at the University of Edinburgh examined ten key stages in the global food system -- including food consumption and the growing and harvesting of crops -- to quantify the extent of losses. Using data collected primarily by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization, the team found that more food is lost from the system than was previously thought.

    Almost half of harvested crops -- or 2.1 billion tonnes -- are lost through over-consumption, consumer waste and inefficiencies in production processes, researchers say. Livestock production is the least efficient process, with losses of 78 per cent or 840 million tonnes, the team found. Some 1.08 billion tonnes of harvested crops are used to produce 240 million tonnes of edible animal products including meat, milk and eggs. This stage alone accounts for 40 per cent of all losses of harvested crops, researchers say.

    Increased demand for some foods, particularly meat and dairy products, would decrease the efficiency of the food system and could make it difficult to feed the world's expanding population in sustainable ways, researchers say. Meeting this demand could cause environmental harm by increasing greenhouse gas emissions, depleting water supplies and causing loss of biodiversity.

    Encouraging people to eat fewer animal products, reduce waste and not exceed their nutritional needs could help to reverse these trends, the team says. The study is published in the journal Agricultural Systems. It was carried out in collaboration with Scotland's Rural College, University of York, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research.

    The research was funded through a Global Food Security Programme supported by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, Economic and Social Research Council, Natural Environment Research Council and the Scottish Government. Dr. Peter Alexander, of the University of Edinburgh's School of GeoSciences and Scotland's Rural College, who led the study, said: "Reducing losses from the global food system would improve food security and help prevent environmental harm. Until now, it was not known how over-eating impacts on the system. Not only is it harmful to health, we found that over-eating is bad for the environment and impairs food security." - Fifth of world's food lost to over-eating and waste, study finds

    03/06/17 - Vera Carp from Greater Tuna
    Habla usted ainglais? - Vera Carp from Greater Tuna

    03/06/17 - Solar Panels Increased Emissions Of A Gas 17,200 Times More Potent Than CO2
    Nitrogen trifluoride (NF3) is a key chemical agent used to manufacture photovoltaic cells for solar panels, suggesting government subsidies and tax credits for solar panels may be a driving factor behind the 1,057 percent in NF3 over the last 25 years. In comparison, U.S. carbon dioxide emissions only rose by about 5 percent during the same time period.

    NF3 emissions have rapidly increased in Asia as well due to its rapidly growing solar panel market, and researchers think that many nations are under-reporting their NF3 emissions by roughly a factor of 4.5. NF3 emissions are 17,200 times more potent than CO2 as a greenhouse gas over a 100 year time period.

    By itself, NF3 is not going to create a climate problem, Dr. Michael Prather, an earth science professor at the University of California, Irvine who tracks NF3 emissions, told Seeker. But everything adds up. Everybody should be paying attention to the pieces that all add up.

    Solar panels arent the only source of NF3, which is also used to produce semiconductors and LCD flat screens. The 1,057 percent increase in US annual emissions of NF3 from 1990 to 2015 compares to an increase of 5.6 percent in carbon dioxide emissions, according to EPA data in a recently-published draft of a new report - Solar Panels Increased Emissions Of A Gas 17,200 Times More Potent Than CO2

    03/06/17 - Robots won't just take our jobs they'll make the rich even richer
    Should robots pay taxes? It may sound strange, but a number of prominent people have been asking this question lately. As fears about the impact of automation grow, calls for a robot tax are gaining momentum. Earlier this month, the European parliament considered one for the EU. Benot Hamon, the French Socialist party presidential candidate who is often described as his countrys Bernie Sanders, has put a robot tax in his platform. Even Bill Gates recently endorsed the idea.

    The proposals vary, but they share a common premise. As machines and algorithms get smarter, theyll replace a widening share of the workforce. A robot tax could raise revenue to retrain those displaced workers, or supply them with a basic income.

    The real threat posed by robots isnt that they will become evil and kill us all, which is what keeps Elon Musk up at night its that they will amplify economic disparities to such an extreme that life will become, quite literally, unlivable for the vast majority. A robot tax may or may not be a useful policy tool for averting this scenario. But its a good starting point for an important conversation. Mass automation presents a serious political problem one that demands a serious political solution.

    Whats different this time is the possibility that technology will become so sophisticated that there wont be anything left for humans to do. What if your ATM could not only give you a hundred bucks, but sell you an adjustable-rate mortgage? While the current rhetoric around artificial intelligence is overhyped, there have been meaningful advances over the past several years. And its not inconceivable that much bigger breakthroughs are on the horizon. Instead of merely transforming work, technology might begin to eliminate it. Instead of making it possible to create more wealth with less labor, automation might make it possible to create more wealth without labor.

    When I asked the prominent leftwing thinker Matt Bruenig for his thoughts, he explained that whatever we do, we shouldnt try to discourage automation. The problem with robots is not the manufacturing and application of them thats actually good for productivity, he told me. The problem is that they are owned by the wealthy, which means that the income that flows to the robots go out to a small slice of wealthy people.

    Job-killing robots are good, in other words, so long as the prosperity they produce is widely distributed. An Oxfam report released earlier this year revealed that the eight richest men in the world own as much wealth as half the human race. Imagine what those numbers will look like if automation accelerates. At some point, a handful of billionaires could control close to one hundred percent of societys wealth. Then, perhaps, the idea that wealth should be owned by the many, rather than monopolized by the few, wont seem so radical, and we can undertake a bit of sorely needed redistribution before robot capitalism kills us all. - Robots won't just take our jobs they'll make the rich even richer

    03/06/17 - Virginia is the first state to pass a law allowing robots to deliver straight to your door
    The new law goes into effect on July 1 and was signed into law by the governor last Friday. The two Virginia lawmakers who sponsored the bill, Ron Villanueva and Bill DeSteph, teamed up with Starship Technologies, an Estonian-based ground delivery robotics company, to draft the legislation.

    Robots operating under the new law wont be able to exceed 10 miles per hour or weigh over 50 pounds, but they will be allowed to rove autonomously. The law doesnt require robots to stay within line of sight of a person in control, but a person is required to at least remotely monitor the robot and take over if it goes awry. Robots are only allowed on streets in a crosswalk.

    Municipalities in the state are allowed to regulate how robots will operate locally, like if a city council wants to impose a stricter speed limit or keep them out entirely. Though Starship Technologies helped to pass the new law, it also opens the doors to other ground delivery robotics companies to operate in Virginia, too. Companies like Marble and Dispatch are also working to bring robots for autonomous delivery to city sidewalks. - Virginia is the first state to pass a law allowing robots to deliver straight to your door

    03/06/17 - How computer 'assistants' are creating a generation of spoilt brats
    Voice-activated programmes are becoming increasingly popular in households. The user merely needs to speak clearly to get the assistant to carry out orders. Parents fear the likes of Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa could be having a detrimental effect on their children's manners.

    Parents are becoming increasingly concerned that their children, who grow up shouting orders at voice-activated gadgets, could be growing up to be spoilt and entitled. Households across the UK are increasingly using virtual servants, such as Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa, on their smartphones and tablets. The obedient programmes are able to understand and respond to orders using artificial intelligence.

    Lucy Hume, at etiquette authority Debrett's, also believes a child's manners are dictated by observing how people speak to each other in the real world. She said: 'Children learn by example, so if they hear their parents speaking politely to a digital assistant theyll pick up on that. 'However, I think children can tell the difference between a robot and a human being and act accordingly.' - How computer 'assistants' are creating a generation of spoilt brats

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    03/01/17 - President Donald Trump Speech to Joint Session Of Congress 2/28/2017
    President Trump delivers his first address to a joint session of Congress, in which hes expected to outline his budgetary and economic goals. - President Donald Trump Speech to Joint Session Of Congress 2/28/2017

    03/01/17 - Cheap plastic film cools whatever it touches up to 10C


    The film, made from transparent plastic embedded with tiny glass spheres, absorbs almost no visible light, yet pulls in heat from any surface it touches. Already, the new material, when combined with a mirrorlike silver film, has been shown to cool whatever it sits on by as much as 10C. And because it can be made cheaply at high volumes, it could be used to passively cool buildings and electronics such as solar cells, which work more efficiently at lower temperatures.

    During the day most materialsconcrete, asphalt, metals, and even peopleabsorb visible and near-infrared (IR) light from the sun. That added energy excites molecules, which warm up and, over time, emit the energy back out as photons with longer wavelengths, typically in the midrange of the infrared spectrum. That helps the materials cool back down, particularly at night when they are no longer absorbing visible light but are still radiating IR photons.

    In recent years, researchers have tried to goose this passive cooling effect by making materials that absorb as little visible light as possible yet continue to emit mid-IR light. In 2014, for example, researchers led by Shanhui Fan, an electrical engineer at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, created a sandwichlike film of silicon dioxide (glass) and hafnium dioxide that reflected almost all the light that hit it while strongly emitting mid-IR light, a combination that allowed it to cool surfaces by as much as 5C. Still, Fan and his colleagues had to use clean room technology to make their films, a costly process that doesnt work well on a large scale.

    From previous work, Yin knew that spherical objects can act like tiny resonance chambersmuch as the sound box of a guitar encourages sound waves of a particular frequency to bounce back and forth inside. He and his colleagues calculated that glass beads about 8 micrometers in diameterlittle bigger than a red blood cellwould make powerful IR resonators and thus strong IR emitters.

    So they bought a batch of glass powder from a commercial supplier and mixed it with the starting material for a transparent plastic called polymethylpentene. They then formed their material into 300-millimeter-wide sheets and backed them with a thin mirrorlike coating of silver. When laid across objects in the midday sun, the bottom layer of silver reflected almost all the visible light that hit it: The film absorbed only about 4% of incoming photons. At the same time, the film sucked heat out of whatever surface it was sitting on and radiated that energy at a mid-IR frequency of 10 micrometers. Because few air molecules absorb IR at that frequency, the radiation drifts into empty space without warming the air or the surrounding materials, causing the objects below to cool by as much as 10C. Just as important, Yin notes that the new film can be made in a roll-to-roll setup for a cost of only $0.25 to $0.50 per square meter.

    This is very nice work demonstrating a pathway toward large-scale applications of the concept of radiative cooling, says Fan, who did not work on the current project. Yin says that he and his colleagues are already working on one such application, chilling water that could then be used to cool buildings and other large structures. That could be particularly useful in electricity-generating power plants, where cooling water even a few degrees can increase energy production efficiency by a percentage point or two, a big gain, Yin says. And without the silver backing, he adds, the plastic film could also increase the power generation from solar cells, which operate more efficiently at lower temperatures. - Cheap plastic film cools whatever it touches up to 10C

    03/01/17 - Tiny turbine power removes EV range anxiety
    One thing that puzzles me is why electric car manufacturers do not us a small fossil fuel powered generator to extend the range of electric vehicles. They could either save costs buy using less batteries or have an unlimited range so long as you have fuel. I would be first inline to purchase one.

    The MiTRE (aka Micro Turbine Range Extender) is a tiny form factor motor and generator which can charge up an EV battery as the car is moving. No more worrying about flat batteries! The MiTRE is around 40% smaller and 50% lighter than an equivalent piston engine device, and can be used both to help extend the range of an electric car, and also enable manufacturers to make EVs with smaller batteries in them.

    The unit was launched embedded inside a custom made vehicle, although it was not shown running. The unit can generate power from petrol, diesel or eventually biofuel, although the company is still working on perfecting the latter two fuels. The key thing about the turbine is the fact that it can keep a battery topped up while a car is cruising at 70 mph on a highway, which is perfect for those longer trips. Of course the total range will depend on the size of your fuel tank!

    The company was coy about eventual pricing, although a figure of around 1000 per unit at volumes of around 1000 units were mentioned. This means that in larger volumes it could even become attractive for the after market, with retro kits being sold to existing EV owners. The hybrid market could be about to get very interesting indeed. - Tiny turbine power removes EV range anxiety

    03/01/17 - China Electric Bus Sales Still Exploding
    As mentioned several times before, Chinas electric bus growth dwarfs electric bus growth everywhere else in the world, but the economics of electric buses are clear they are already cheaper than conventional buses, and they will be much, much cheaper before long. Plus, they offer dramatic quality of life benefits and help to stop global warming. China has unique circumstances due to its overall economic growth and rapid development that help to make its electric bus growth so dramatic, but the shift to electric buses worldwide should catch on in a similar fashion before long.

    The good news aside from China is that stories of electric bus orders have been increasing notably in the past year. We frequently get news of new electric bus orders all around the world, including some large ones. I consider EV procurement to be one of the top 10 things cities and counties can do to advance a cleaner world, fight global warming, and cut air pollution. One huge part of that is switching to electric buses. Luckily, companies like BYD and Proterra make that an easy choice anyway their electric buses can save these cities and counties money, in addition to cleaning their air and offering a smoother ride for passengers.

    China has taken an obvious leadership role in the EV production and demand market. It deserves a great deal of credit for that. Who will start buying thousands of electric buses a year next? - China Electric Bus Sales Still Exploding

    03/01/17 - Israel firm wants super-efficient engine to power car revolution


    An Israeli firm says a super-efficient engine it has created could drastically reduce fuel consumption and help power an auto industry revolution as manufacturers search for environmentally sound alternatives. Industry analysts, however, question the reinvented internal combustion engine's chances of success at a time when purely electric car technology is advancing and attracting investors.

    The invention from Israeli-based Aquarius Engines is currently being discussed by France's Peugeot, the firm said. Aquarius says the cost of the engine will be as low as $100 (92 euros). According to the firm, the engine can allow cars to travel more than 1,600 kilometres (990 miles) on a single tank of fuel, more than double current distances.

    Such efficiency is vital as countries seek to reduce carbon dioxide emissionsa main cause of climate change. Car engines are a major source of CO2 emissions. Aquarius's technology works by stripping back the traditional engine under the bonnet.

    It replaces the combustion engine with its multiple pistons thrusting up and down with a single piston that goes side-to-side. It has fewer than 20 parts and a single action, the company said. In tests by the German engineering company FEV, the Aquarius engine's efficiency was more than double that of traditional engines.

    For Peugeot and others, the engine could help them compete with the growing popularity of electric cars, John German, senior fellow at the International Council on Clean Transportation, said. He said the engine would work best as part of a plug-in hybrid system, with manufacturers looking at "the idea of putting a smaller, inexpensive, range extender" alongside a battery and motor. But he said Aquarius's radical design, and the changes it would require to manufacturing lines, might make companies in a risk-averse industry hesitant. - Israel firm wants super-efficient engine to power car revolution

    03/01/17 - AI learns to write its own code by stealing from other programs
    Reminds me of the Master Control Progrm (MCP) from the original Tron, it also absorbed other programs to become all powerful in a digital world. - JWD Created by researchers at Microsoft and the University of Cambridge, the system, called DeepCoder, solved basic challenges of the kind set by programming competitions. This kind of approach could make it much easier for people to build simple programs without knowing how to write code. All of a sudden people could be so much more productive, says Armando Solar-Lezama at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who was not involved in the work. They could build systems that it [would be] impossible to build before.

    Ultimately, the approach could allow non-coders to simply describe an idea for a program and let the system build it, says Marc Brockschmidt, one of DeepCoders creators at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK. DeepCoder uses a technique called program synthesis: creating new programs by piecing together lines of code taken from existing software just like a programmer might. Given a list of inputs and outputs for each code fragment, DeepCoder learned which pieces of code were needed to achieve the desired result overall.

    It could allow non-coders to simply describe an idea for a program and let the system build it One advantage of letting an AI loose in this way is that it can search more thoroughly and widely than a human coder, so could piece together source code in a way humans may not have thought of. Whats more, DeepCoder uses machine learning to scour databases of source code and sort the fragments according to its view of their probable usefulness.

    All this makes the system much faster than its predecessors. DeepCoder created working programs in fractions of a second, whereas older systems take minutes to trial many different combinations of lines of code before piecing together something that can do the job. And because DeepCoder learns which combinations of source code work and which ones dont as it goes along, it improves every time it tries a new problem.

    The potential for automation that this kind of technology offers could really signify an enormous [reduction] in the amount of effort it takes to develop code, says Solar-Lezama. But he doesnt think these systems will put programmers out of a job. With program synthesis automating some of the most tedious parts of programming, he says, coders will be able to devote their time to more sophisticated work.

    At the moment, DeepCoder is only capable of solving programming challenges that involve around five lines of code. But in the right coding language, a few lines are all thats needed for fairly complicated programs. Generating a really big piece of code in one shot is hard, and potentially unrealistic, says Solar-Lezama. But really big pieces of code are built by putting together lots of little pieces of code.

    Tron's Master Control Program (MCP) - Originally created by ENCOM founder Walter Gibbs, at first the MCP was only a chess program which was left embedded in the company's computer systems. Years later, Dillinger substantially modified this program into the MCP to administer the company's computer network. However, the MCP developed the capacity to learn and grow beyond the confines of its original programming. It began to steal data and functions from other systems, and infiltrated several companies and institutions. Its intelligence and ambition grew nearly out of control, and the MCP grew to desire nothing less than world domination. In its own words, it said it "... could run things 900-1200 times better than any human."

    Dillinger stated that he had made it too greedy, and was surprised when the MCP revealed that it intended to enter the Pentagon's computer systems the next week. Dillinger appeared to begin having reservations about letting the MCP become so powerful, which are realized when it threatened to expose Dillinger's unsavory dealings to the Wall Street Journal if he tried to move against it.

    Eventually however, the MCP caused its own downfall. It digitized former ENCOM programmer Kevin Flynn when he came dangerously close to uncovering Dillinger's schemes. Flynn, in the computer world, allied himself with Tron, a security program. Their combined efforts resulted in the deresolution of the MCP, by throwing Tron's specially-encoded disc into the base of the MCP. The MCP then reverted to its original chess program appearance (which, in the digital universe, appeared as an old man in a control chair) followed by this program vanishing as it was deleted. - AI learns to write its own code by stealing from other programs

    03/01/17 - Science Finally Confirms That People Absorb Energy From Others
    A biological research team at Bielefeld University has made a groundbreaking discovery showing that plants can draw an alternative source of energy from other plants. This finding could also have a major impact on the future of bioenergy eventually providing the evidence to show that people draw energy from others in much the same way.

    Members of Professor Dr. Olaf Kruses biological research team have confirmed for the first time that a plant, the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, not only engages in photosynthesis, but also has an alternative source of energy: it can draw it from other plants. The research findings were released this week in the online journal Nature Communications published by the renowned journal Nature.

    Flowers need water and light to grow and people are no different. Our physical bodies are like sponges, soaking up the environment. This is exactly why there are certain people who feel uncomfortable in specific group settings where there is a mix of energy and emotions, said psychologist and energy healer Dr. Olivia Bader-Lee.

    When energy studies become more advanced in the coming years, we will eventually see this translated to human beings as well, stated Bader-Lee. The human organism is very much like a plant, it draws needed energy to feed emotional states and this can essentially energize cells or cause increases in cortisol and catabolize cells depending on the emotional trigger.

    Bader-Lee suggests that the field of bioenergy is now ever evolving and that studies on the plant and animal world will soon translate and demonstrate what energy metaphysicians have known all along that humans can heal each other simply through energy transfer just as plants do. Human can absorb and heal through other humans, animals, and any part of nature. Thats why being around nature is often uplifting and energizing for so many people, she concluded. - Science Finally Confirms That People Absorb Energy From Others

    03/01/17 - Physicists Have Detected a Friction-Like Force in a Perfect Vacuum
    KeelyNet One of the most fundamental tenets of modern physics is that in a perfect vacuum - a place entirely devoid of matter - no friction can possibly exist, because empty space cannot exert a force on objects travelling through it.

    Sonnleitner and his colleagues were performing calculations to predict the behaviour of a decaying atom moving through a perfect vacuum when they noticed something strange. For years, physicists have known that a perfect vacuum cannot exert any forces on an atom, but it can still interact with it. It's impossible for physicists to physically create a perfect void, because no amount of decontamination can guarantee that a stray atom hasn't crept in, but calculations have predicted that a theoretically perfect vacuum would actually be buzzing with its own strange energy, filled with 'virtual' particle-antiparticle pairs that pop in and out of existence.

    This 'empty but not empty' description of a perfect vacuum stems from an aspect of quantum mechanics called Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, which states that countless virtual particles could theoretically be appearing and disappearing at random moments in the void. These quantum shifts produce randomly fluctuating electric fields, and the Glasgow team's calculations describe how they could interact with an atom travelling through a vacuum, causing it to absorb energy and enter an excited state. As the excited atom decays to a lower energy state, it emits a photon (or light particle) in a random direction.

    When the team calculated what happens when a photon is emitted while the atom is moving in the opposite direction to the photon, they detected a friction-like force that appeared to result in a loss of velocity. If true, this would violate the principle of relativity, because it implies that 'observers' of the behaviour would see the atom moving at different speeds depending on where they were in relation to the atom.

    Sonnleitner told Tim Wogan at Physics World that the team spent "weeks questioning their sanity" before figuring out the answer, and it all came down to E = mc2. They realised that as the moving atom decays to a lower energy state and emits a photon in a random direction, this causes it to lose a tiny amount of energy, which corresponds to a tiny amount of mass. This tiny amount of mass is known as the mass defect, and as Lisa Zyga reports for, it's an amount so tiny, it has never been measured in this context before.

    "This is the mass in Einstein's famous equation E = mc2, which describes the amount of energy required to break up the nucleus of an atom into its protons and neutrons," says Zyga. "This energy, called the 'internal binding energy', is regularly accounted for in nuclear physics, which deals with larger binding energies, but is typically considered negligible in the context of atom optics (the field here), because of the much lower energies." When the researchers plugged this mass defect value into their calculations, using E = mc2 to solve it, they found that by losing a tiny bit of mass as it decays, the atom actually loses momentum, not velocity.

    If we look at the relationship between friction, velocity, and momentum, instead of seeing friction result from a change in momentum due to a loss of velocity, the scientists actually detected a loss of momentum due to a tiny change in its mass. Its velocity remains constant, as it should. So instead of violating relativity by indicating friction in the vacuum, the phenomenon results in something that the principles of relativity actually predict - the decrease in mass causes the atom to lose a tiny amount of momentum, just as predicted by the conservation of energy and momentum in special relativity.

    "[W]e have shown that, yes, a decaying atom sees a force resembling friction," the team concludes in their paper. "However, this force is a change in momentum due to a change in internal mass energy, and is not connected to decelerated motion." The team says the next step will be to see if the phenomenon occurs when an atom absorbs - rather than emits - a photon. And maybe someone will use it to help explain another study that hinted at friction in a perfect vacuum - in a 2011 study, physicists proposed that a vacuum could actually have friction if there are more of those 'virtual' particles pushing up against a spinning object than there are moving in the same direction. The jury's still out on that, but one thing's for sure - strange things really do happen in the void. - Physicists Have Detected a Friction-Like Force in a Perfect Vacuum

    03/01/17 - Trump takes the shackles off: Mass deportations begin as the world looks on in outrage
    KeelyNet At last weeks Conservative Political Action Conference gathering, Trump gave a speech making it clear that he sees immigration of all kinds in the same light. He wove the various strands together using very similar language:

    [L]et me state this as clearly as I can, we are going to keep radical Islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. We will not be deterred from this course, and in a matter of days, we will be taking brand-new action to protect our people and keep America safe, you will see the action. . . .

    As we speak today, immigration officers are finding the gang members, the drug dealers and the criminal aliens and throwing them the hell out of our country. And we will not let them back in. Theyre not coming back in, folks. They do; theyre going to have bigger problems than they ever dreamt of.

    The merging of these separate strands of immigration policy beyond Trumps rhetoric and into practice is beginning to become clear as reports of Customs and Border Patrol as well as Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents implemening draconian new policies all over the country have started filtering into the media. The early days of the Muslim ban were chaotic and at times abusive. But that could have been chalked up to bad communication and poor implementation. What were now seeing is much more systematic.

    Libtards just don't get it. Illegal is ILLEGAL, they knowingly broke the law and must go back. Mexico will give you 30 days to get out if you don't have an active visa. As to immigrants we can't vette, they must not be allowed to enter. We also need a meritocracy policy so only the ones who are able to take care of themselves are allowed. We have enough sponges to deal with. - JWD - Trump takes the shackles off: Mass deportations begin as the world looks on in outrage

    03/01/17 - See-sawing behavior of dark-matter particles might have jolted experiments at the LHC
    Unexpected signals in experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) could have been caused by heavy and light versions of a potential dark-matter particle known as the axion, propose researchers at Keio University1. Studies indicate that the Universe contains about six times more mass than can be seen with normal telescopes. Researchers once believed that this transparent or dark matter was made mostly from abundant subatomic particles known as neutrinos, but recent cosmic observations disproved their hypothesis. Instead, researchers are now focusing on finding the axion, a theoretical particle predicted forty years ago as a way to solve problems in the standard model of particle physics.

    Similar to a photon, but with definite mass, axions should exist in sufficient quantities to account for dark matter in the Universe. Physicists are methodically searching for these particles by scanning the microwave spectrum for weak resonance signals, and looking for the creation of a new photon a key indicator that an axion was captured. But spotting extremely miniscule axion resonances amid a constant background of cosmic microwave radiation left over from the Big Bang requires extraordinary luck.

    To better their odds, researchers are smashing light beams together in the most powerful accelerator ever built in the hope that scattering particles can illuminate previously inaccessible parts of the microwave spectrum. In late 2015, an LHC team uncovered evidence of something resembling an axion, but different in key ways the resonance signal had an excess of energy decaying into, not one, but two photons and had a mass much heavier than predicted theoretically.

    When we saw this signal, we honestly had no idea whether it was genuine because there werent any good reasons for a new state to exist, says Tetsutaro Higaki from the Department of Physics at Keio University. But if it was real, we thought it had to be related to dark matter.

    Higaki and his colleagues from Japan and South Korea theorized that the excess resonance belonged to a different type of axion. Through a model known as a see-saw mechanism, they predicted that heavy axions could align and generate the lightweight axions expected from particle physics through a mixing of quantum states. This theory concurs with models of the Universes expansion, and explains why axions have been so tricky to find scientists may have been looking in the wrong energy region. The heavy axions might be observed as new excesses when the LHC can get to higher energy scales, notes Higaki. - See-sawing behavior of dark-matter particles might have jolted experiments at the LHC

    03/01/17 - This Gun Is Fierce But The Rounds Are Even More Lethal


    The Skyshields 35 mm turret may look familiar because it is actually the same kind mounted on modern day tanks. That very same gun is now used in an advanced anti-aircraft weaponry system.

    With the rise in drone technology, the ability to deter smaller targets becomes more import to help save lives.

    Rounds used by the Skyshield are programmed with magnetic coils to locate the target and then fire off shrapnel forming a cloud pummelling the target, obscuring vision, and piercing metal.

    The 35mm guns, with a rate of fire of 1,000 rounds/minute, can fire Ahead programmable ammunition with optimized effects against small and high-speed threats such as missiles. Moreover, the Skyshield system can integrate surface-to-air missiles (one or two launchers) for extended air defense capabilities. - This Gun Is Fierce But The Rounds Are Even More Lethal

    03/01/17 - What does the spike in the Schumann resonance mean?
    KeelyNet Maybe its the Trump Spike? - JWD As far back as we know, the Earths electromagnetic field has been protecting all living things with this natural frequency pulsation of 7.83 Hz. You can think of this as the earths heartbeat. The ancient Indian Rishis referred to this as OHM, or the incarnation of pure sound. Whether by coincidence or not, the frequency of 7.83 Hz also happens to be a very powerful frequency used with brain wave entrainment as its associated with low levels of alpha and the upper range of theta brain wave states. This frequency has also been associated with high levels of hypnotizability, suggestibility, meditation, and increased HGH (human growth hormone) levels, in addition to increased cerebral blood-flow levels while this frequency is being stimulated.

    It would seem then that our nervous system can be influenced by the earths electromagnetic field. Maybe thats why being in nature has always been so restorative and healing. Disconnecting from a typical city setting by reducing our exposure to crowds, traffic, work, and routine lifeand instead getting out in natural surroundingscan slow our brain waves down from the aggressive, vigilant, anxious, and impatient states that are seen in higher ranges of beta brain waves to more restorative alpha waves.

    On January 31, 2017, for the first time in recorded history, the Schumann resonance reached frequencies of 36+ Hz. It was considered an anomaly when in 2014 this frequency rose from its usual 7.83 Hz to somewhere in the 15-25 Hz levelsso a jump from 7.83 Hz to 36+ Hz is a big deal. Thats more than a five-fold increase in resonant frequency levels. What does this mean to us as inhabitants of Mother Earth? According to neuroscience, frequency recordings of 36+ Hz in the human brain are more associated with a stressed nervous system than a relaxed and healthy one.

    It has long been suspected that human consciousness can impact the magnetic field of the earth and create disturbances in it (and vice versa), particularly during moments of high anxiety, tension, and passion. If you arent aware that were living in a time of high anxiety, tension, and passion, then you probably are not aware. In addition to the highly charged political, social, economic, and personal environments of our current time, many people have also been feeling like time is speeding up. This might explain the intense disturbance most of us are feeling at this time in history. Could the drastic rise in frequency have something to do with this?

    As we know from science, the higher the frequency, the more highly diversified the information those frequencies carry. Since we are organic creatures made of matter and susceptible to electromagnetic fields, and because our lives are inseparable from the earth, then if the earths frequency is rising, shouldnt that also raise our frequency?

    Evolution has not always been an easy process, but the energy behind itthe energy of the unified fieldis always moving towards greater degrees of organization and wholeness, both within and without. If the earths electromagnetic field is raising, then shouldnt that allow our brain to be able to pick up greater frequencies that are even higher than the stressed state of high beta brain waves? If so, is there a range of brain frequencies above the scale of high beta brain waves thatinstead of being associated with a brain that is over aroused and imbalancedis associated with a brain that is more aware, conscious, and creative?

    Increases in frequency create increases in consciousness, and when our consciousness increases, we have greater awarenessand thats what gamma brain waves are. Gamma brain waves, which can be more than twice as high as high beta brain waves, represent an aroused state in the brain, however, they are not connected to the survival states of emergency mode, but correlated with a kind of super consciousness and awareness, as well as higher amounts of love and compassion. As the earth goes through her metamorphosis, maybe we too have to transition through this time of emotional intensity related to beta brain waves before we enter a new consciousness of gamma brain wave states. And wouldnt that upgrade our nervous system and expand our perception and awareness of reality?

    Perhaps we are on the verge of a great evolutionary jump. Another way to say it is we are going through an initiation, after all, isnt an initiation a rite of passage from one phase to another? Perhaps the earth is assisting us in lifting the veil, initiating us to a quickening in energy, and enabling us to see our true nature. Maybe when we see, remember, and awaken to who we truly are, human beings can finally move as a collective consciousness from a state of surviving to a state of thriving. - What does the spike in the Schumann resonance mean?

    03/01/17 - The Donald Trump Time Travel Theory
    Video #1 - How is it that Donald Trump has such scope and vision? Could he be a time traveler?

    Video #2 - According to an anonymous source, Mr. Trump has a secret toy that he has been using to achieve his success and save the world."

    Video #3 - Before leaving, John Titor offered us advice. Learn basic sanitation. Learn to clean your gun, and then learn to shoot it. And pack yourself a bug-out bag, holding things you would bring with you, if you had to leave your home in five minutes, never to return. John Titor was a military time-traveler from the year 2036. His name first appeared online in the Art Bell Forum in 2001. He began by posting a picture of his time machine, along with a picture of its military operation manual.

    John Titor was sent back in time by his government to obtain computer parts that had become scarce. He wrote of the survivalism of our near future. When the US Presidency is stolen by the hacking of electronic voting machines, this is followed by a coup which is the seed of the next American civil war. People like Titor, living in large cities, traded away their civil rights and expected better security in return. One of his neighbors was arrested for no reason. Then when his own apartment was searched, he and his family moved to a rural area in Florida, where they still had to avoid the National Guard. He worked with his father, hauling oranges up and down the coast by sailboat.

    The cities began to raise their own armies in order to raid the food and supplies of those now living in the country. The country mice decided to fight back. Titor eventually joined his rural militia, the "Fighting Diamondbacks", and did a four year tour in the new civil war. This is how he lost hearing in his right ear. The conflict lasted ten years until it was interrupted by World War Three. Russia unleashed its nuclear arsenal on all of our major cities. The U.S. retaliated and a total of 3 billion people died. The cities of both sides were destroyed and permanently poisoned.

    At the same time Red China annexed a number of satellite nations... the Philippines, North and South Korea, Cambodia, and Vietnam. The Chinese tried and failed to take Australia. However no one has heard any casualty reports from "down under". They were not destroyed... they simply shut themselves off from the rest of the world. After the war fresh water got harder to come by without first speaking to someone with a gun. Communities began to form around universities and colleges, because that's where the books are. That's also where they built their forts. People spent a great deal of time working in the fields because food was no longer available from the outside world.

    Now it is like the old west. There are no working hospitals, but if you get sick a doctor will make a house call, traveling by horse and buggy. There was a great awakening of religion but the sabbath now falls on Saturday, when the churches are filled with men and women dressed in their finest clothes. The rest of the week is filled with community dances and bonfires. More people know how to read music and they play together in small groups. The elderly are highly revered. The community in which John's mother and father live consists of tree houses. The post-war U.S. split into five separate political regions, each with its own President. The Presidents all work in the U.S. capitol. The new capitol is Omaha, Nebraska.

    There is no more freedom of movement. A man can travel as far as his bicycle will carry him, but he must return home. If one wishes to move, one must apply to, and be interviewed by one's new community. The new citizen is expected to pull his weight or he risks banishment by the community leaders. Why did John Titor go public? He would say only that his reasons were personal. Maybe he just liked bragging about his job. He uploaded this remarkable demonstration of the gravity field surrounding his idle time travel machine, which can be seen bending the light of a pen laser. Not since 2001 has he been heard from, the year we now mark as his return to the future.

    Video #4 - Donald Trump may be time traveller John Titor from 2036... - The Donald Trump Time Travel Theory

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    KeelyNet BBS Files w/bonus PDF of 'Keely and his Discoveries'
    KeelyNet Finally, I've gotten around to compiling all the files (almost 1,000 - about 20MB and lots of work doing it) from the original KeelyNet BBS into a form you can easily navigate and read using your browser, ideally Firefox but it does work with IE. Most of these files are extremely targeted, interesting and informative, I had forgotten just how much but now you can have the complete organized, categorized set, not just sprinklings from around the web. They will keep you reading for weeks if not longer and give you clues and insights into many subjects and new ideas for investigation and research. IN ADDITION, I am including as a bonus gift, the book (in PDF form) that started it all for me, 'Keely and his Discoveries - Aerial Navigation' which includes the analysis of Keely's discoveries by Dr. Daniel G. Brinton. This 407 page eBook alone is worth the price of the KeelyNet BBS CD but it will give you some degree of understanding about what all Keely accomplished which is just now being rediscovered, but of course, without recognizing Keely as the original discoverer. Chapters include; Vibratory Sympathetic and Polar Flows, Vibratory Physics, Latent Force in Interstitial Spaces and much more. To give some idea of how Keely's discoveries are being slowly rediscovered in modern times, check out this Keely History. These two excellent bodies of information will be sent to you on CD. If alternative science intrigues and fascinates you, this CD is what you've been looking for... - More Info

    'The Evolution of Matter' and 'The Evolution of Forces' on CD
    KeelyNet Years ago, I had been told by several people, that the US government frequently removes books they deem dangerous or 'sensitive' from libraries. Some are replaced with sections removed or rewritten so as to 'contain' information that should not be available to the public despite the authors intent. A key example was during the Manhattan Project when the US was trying to finalize research into atomic bombs. They removed any books that dealt with the subject and two of them were by Dr. Gustave Le Bon since they dealt with both energy and matter including radioactivity. I had been looking for these two books for many years and fortunately stumbled across two copies for which I paid about $40.00 each. I couldn't put down the books once I started reading them. Such a wealth of original discoveries, many not known or remembered today. / Page 88 - Without the ether there could be neither gravity, nor light, nor electricity, nor heat, nor anything, in a word, of which we have knowledge. The universe would be silent and dead, or would reveal itself in a form which we cannot even foresee. If one could construct a glass chamber from which the ether were to be entirely eliminated, heat and light could not pass through it. It would be absolutely dark, and probably gravitation would no longer act on the bodies within it. They would then have lost their weight. / Page 96-97 - A material vortex may be formed by any fluid, liquid or gaseous, turning round an axis, and by the fact of its rotation it describes spirals. The study of these vortices has been the object of important researches by different scholars, notably by Bjerkness and Weyher. They have shown that by them can be produced all the attractions and repulsions recognized in electricity, the deviations of the magnetic needle by currents, etc. These vortices are produced by the rapid rotation of a central rod furnished with pallets, or, more simply, of a sphere. Round this sphere gaseous currents are established, dissymetrical with regard to its equatorial plane, and the result is the attraction or repulsion of bodies brought near to it, according to the position given to them. It is even possible, as Weyher has proved, to compel these bodies to turn round the sphere as do the satellites of a planet without touching it. / Page 149 - "The problem of sending a pencil of parallel Hertzian waves to a distance possesses more than a theoretical interest. It is allowable to say that its solution would change the course of our civilization by rendering war impossible. The first physicist who realizes this discovery will be able to avail himself of the presence of an enemy's ironclads gathered together in a harbour to blow them up in a few minutes, from a distance of several kilometres, simply by directing on them a sheaf of electric radiations. On reaching the metal wires with which these vessels are nowadays honeycombed, this will excite an atmosphere of sparks which will at once explode the shells and torpedoes stored in their holds. With the same reflector, giving a pencil of parallel radiations, it would not be much more difficult to cause the explosion of the stores of powder and shells contained in a fortress, or in the artillery sparks of an army corps, and finally the metal cartridges of the soldiers. Science, which at first rendered wars so deadly, would then at length have rendered them impossible, and the relations between nations would have to be established on new bases." - More Info

    High Voltage & Free Energy Devices Handbook
    KeelyNet This wonderfully informative ebook provides many simple experiments you can do, including hydrogen generation and electrostatic repulsion as well as the keys to EV Gray's Fuelless Engine. One of the most comprehensive compilations of information yet detailing the effects of high voltage repulsion as a driving force. Ed Gray's engine produced in excess of 300HP and he claimed to be able to 'split the positive' energy of electricity to produce a self-running motor/generator for use as an engine. Schematics and tons of photos of the original machines and more! Excellent gift for your technical friends or for that budding scientist! If you are an experimenter or know someone who investigates such matters, this would make an excellent addition to your library or as an unforgettable gift. The downloadable HVFE eBook pdf file is almost 11MB in size and contains many experiments, photos, diagrams and technical details. Buy a copy and learn all about hydrogen generation, its uses and how to produce electrostatic repulsion. - 121 pages - More Info

    Hypnosis CD - 3 eBooks with How To Techniques and Many Cases
    KeelyNet If you have a few minutes, you might want to read my page on hypnosis and all the amazing things associated with its application. Included is an experience I had when I hypnotized a neighbor kid when I was about 14. As well the hypnotic gaze of snakes, the discovery of 'eyebeams' which can be detected electronically, the Italian Hypnotist Robber who was caught on tape with his eyes glowing as cashiers handed over their money and remembered nothing, glamour and clouding the mind of others, several methods of trance induction and many odd cases, animal catatonia, healing, psychic phenomena, party/stage stunts, including my favorite of negative hallucination where you make your subject NOT see something...much more...if nothing else, its might be a hoot to read. - More Info

    14 Ways to Save Money on Fuel Costs
    KeelyNetThis eBook is the result of years of research into various methods to increase mileage, reduce pollution and most importantly, reduce overall fuel costs. It starts out with the simplest methods and offers progressively more detailed technologies that have been shown to reduce fuel costs. As a bonus to readers, I have salted the pages with free interesting BONUS items that correlate to the relevant page. Just filling up with one tank of gas using this or other methods explained here will pay for this eBook. Of course, many more methods are out there but I provided only the ones which I think are practical and can be studied by the average person who is looking for a way to immediately reduce their fuel costs. I am currently using two of the easier methods in my own vehicle which normally gets 18-22 mpg and now gets between 28 and 32 mpg depending on driving conditions. A tank of gas for my 1996 Ford Ranger costs about $45.00 here so I am saving around $15-$20 PER TANK, without hurting my engine and with 'greener' emissions due to a cleaner burn! The techniques provided in this ebook begin with simple things you can do NOW to improve your mileage and lower your gas costs. - eBook Download / More Info

    The Physics of the Primary State of Matter
    KeelyNet The Physics of the Primary State of Matter - published in the 1930s, Karl Schappeller described his Prime Mover, a 10-inch steel sphere with quarter-inch copper tubing coils. These were filled with a material not named specifically, but which is said to have hardened under the influence of direct current and a magnetic field [electro-rheological fluid]. With such polarization, it might be guessed to act like a dielectric capacitor and as a diode... - More Info

    $5 Alt Science MP3s to listen while working/driving/jogging
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