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    05/25/17 - Clever Raven Outsmarts a Trash Can
    See a clever raven outsmart a trash can. Filmed in Haines, Alaska, the bird uses its problem-solving abilities to unlatch the top of the can and fling it to the ground.

    05/25/17 - Angry pedestrian gets instant karma
    This angry pedestrian got what he deserved!

    05/25/17 - What drives the accelerating expansion of the universe?
    UBC physicists may have solved one of natures great puzzles: what causes the accelerating expansion of our universe? PhD student Qingdi Wang has tackled this question in a new study that tries to resolve a major incompatibility issue between two of the most successful theories that explain how our universe works: quantum mechanics and Einsteins theory of general relativity. The study suggests that if we zoomed inway inon the universe, we would realize its made up of constantly fluctuating space and time.

    Space-time is not as static as it appears, its constantly moving, said Wang. This is a new idea in a field where there hasnt been a lot of new ideas that try to address this issue, said Bill Unruh, a physics and astronomy professor who supervised Wangs work.

    In 1998, astronomers found that our universe is expanding at an ever-increasing rate, implying that space is not empty and is instead filled with dark energy that pushes matter away. The most natural candidate for dark energy is vacuum energy. When physicists apply the theory of quantum mechanics to vacuum energy, it predicts that there would be an incredibly large density of vacuum energy, far more than the total energy of all the particles in the universe. If this is true, Einsteins theory of general relativity suggests that the energy would have a strong gravitational effect and most physicists think this would cause the universe to explode.

    Fortunately, this doesnt happen and the universe expands very slowly. But it is a problem that must be resolved for fundamental physics to progress. Unlike other scientists who have tried to modify the theories of quantum mechanics or general relativity to resolve the issue, Wang and his colleagues Unruh and Zhen Zhu, also a UBC PhD student, suggest a different approach. They take the large density of vacuum energy predicted by quantum mechanics seriously and find that there is important information about vacuum energy that was missing in previous calculations.

    Their calculations provide a completely different physical picture of the universe. In this new picture, the space we live in is fluctuating wildly. At each point, it oscillates between expansion and contraction. As it swings back and forth, the two almost cancel each other but a very small net effect drives the universe to expand slowly at an accelerating rate.

    But if space and time are fluctuating, why cant we feel it? This happens at very tiny scales, billions and billions times smaller even than an electron, said Wang. Its similar to the waves we see on the ocean, said Unruh. They are not affected by the intense dance of the individual atoms that make up the water on which those waves ride. Their paper was published last week in Physical Review D.

    05/25/17 - See How Steve Jobs Unveiled the Flat Earth before His Death - Flat Earth Stream
    Please explain why this is titled "See How Steve Jobs Unveiled the Flat Earth before His Death"... Is it just a pathetic need for attention? In my opinion 'Click-Bait' is fine if the 'title' bears some truth regarding the content of the video. In short, WTF is wrong with you!

    05/25/17 - A cure for baldness?
    Scientists in California found that certain immune cells stimulate hair growth. We already knew that faulty Tregs (as the cell is known) can cause allergies to peanuts or serious immune diseases .

    But now scientists can see that these cells are key to sustain hair growth. They believe treatment targeting Tregs could provide a cure to balding.

    Lots of farmers report if you let a calf regularly lick your head you will wind up with a lush head of hair from the deep cleaning action. Don't recall if you have to salt it a bit. - JWD

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    05/15/17 - We Hear You: I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference
    This story should have been blasted out on Fox News and Fox Business, as well as other conservative talk and news venues, the entire time that Donald Trump talked about building the wall during the campaign. Shame on them for their neglect. This is a positive case of what could happen with an improved wall or fence on our southern border. But it was Trumps idea, and he was espousing draining the swamp and shaking things up, and was an outsider, not an establishment type.

    Could it be the conservative establishment doesnt want to see things shaken up either, and that they are comfortable with their niche in the status quo? Remember, most of the personalities on Fox News opposed Trump from the start. And most on the staffs of Weekly Standard and National Review opposed Trump as well.

    I thought that was strange at the time, until I realized that Trump was the only candidate who specifically talked about changing the ruling orderdraining the swamp. Evidently, many people on both sides are comfortable with being mired in and part of the swamp. And the media is totally immersed in it. William Siems - Hear You: I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference

    05/15/17 - They dont even try: Hungarys new border fence called spectacular success
    Skeptics who believe a border wall will not stop illegals from entering the United States may want to look at whats happening in Hungary. On the day its border fence was completed, the influx of illegals entering Hungary went down from 6,353 one day to 870 the next. For the remainder of that month, illegal border crossings were steadily below 40 per day, officials said. Border patrols prevent dozens of crossings every day and catch migrants who make it into Hungary within the first few miles of the border, according to authorities.

    They dont even try, a local border guard told The Daily Caller News Foundation. We havent had a Syrian in six months. Prime Minister Viktor Orbans pledge to stop illegals from flowing into the country appears to be a spectacular success. Hungarys 96-mile long, 14-foot tall double-line fence includes several layers of razor-wire capable of delivering electric shocks. The barrier features cameras, heat sensors and loudspeakers ready to tell migrants theyre about to break Hungarian law if they as much as touch the fence, the April 30 Daily Caller report said.

    Nearly every police officer in Hungary is part of a rotation to monitor the border fence at all times. Temporary military bases house the police while they do their rotation. Additionally, Hungary will train and pay more than 1,000 volunteers to deploy as border hunters. Illegals who are caught are arrested and dropped off on the Serbian side of the fence. They dont get a chance to apply for asylum unless they do so at a transit zone where they are held in housing containers while their cases get processed, the Daily Caller report said.

    In September 2015, thousands of migrants streamed across the border every day as they made their way north to Austria, Germany and Scandinavia. It was an invasion, Laszlo Toroczkai, the mayor of Asotthalom, told the Daily Caller. Illegal immigration is a crime in a normal country. Its not a normal thing to break into a country. By the mid-year it was well beyond 100,000 people who came across, said Zoltan Kovacs, a spokesman for the Hungarian government. You should at least have the ability to handle whats going on.

    Kovacs added: You might not like it, its not a nice thing, but the only way to stop illegal border crossings is [to] first build a fence, man it, equip it, and also, in parallel, build up your capabilities in terms of legal confines, legal circumstances to be able to handle what is coming. - 'They dont even try: Hungarys new border fence called spectacular success

    05/15/17 - Robots Have Started Teaching Other Robots New Skills
    KeelyNet In an important advance that takes us one step closer to the inevitable robopocalypse, MIT researchers have developed a system that teaches robots how to acquire new skillsand then teach those skills to different types of robots.

    The system is called C-LEARN, and it was developed by researchers at MITs Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Using C-LEARN, people who have no experience with computer programming can teach a robot how to perform a tasklike dropping a flask into a bucket, or pulling a rod from a containerby providing it with some basic rules about the task, and allowing the robot to view a single demonstration of the task being completed.

    Incredibly, a robot can then transfer this newly-acquired knowledge to another robot, even if the robot learning is physically different than the robot teaching. Eventually, the C-LEARN system could allow factories to utilize a host of different robot types, and not have to worry about programming each and every one of them individually. It could also help robots to quickly learn and teach new tasks in high pressure situations, such as when theyre busy exterminating the entire human species, or more practically, when theyre defusing bombs.

    C-LEARN applies two basic robot teaching principles: Learning from a demonstration, and learning by brute programming, where each physical parameter has to be hand-coded by an expert. On their own, these teaching strategies come with drawbacks. With demos, robots cant really apply lessons to other situations or environments, and with motion-planning methods, the teaching is time consuming and labor intensive. CSAIL researchers Claudia Prez-DArpino and Julie Shah combined these two principles to make up for the deficiencies of each.

    By combining the intuitiveness of learning from demonstration with the precision of motion-planning algorithms, this approach can help robots do new types of tasks that they havent been able to learn before, like multistep assembly using both of their arms, noted Prez-DArpino in MIT News.

    The first step of the teaching process is to provide a robot with information on how to reach or grasp various objects with different constraints (the C in C-LEARN actually stands for constraints). For example, even though certain objects may be similar in terms of shape, like a steering wheel or tire, a different set of movements is required when attaching these parts to a car. For the second stage, a human operator uses a 3D user interface to show the robot how to complete the task. In tests, after observing a single demo, robots were able to access their knowledge base, and make a suggested movement for the operator to approve or modify as needed. If theres no operator, the robot can just make a guess (when just guessing, MITs test robots were successful 87.5 percent of the time, as opposed to 100 percent of the time when humans helped out).

    This approach is actually very similar to how humans learn in terms of seeing how somethings done and connecting it to what we already know about the world, says Prez-DArpino. We cant magically learn from a single demonstration, so we take new information and match it to previous knowledge about our environment.

    Importantly, this knowledge can then be taught to another robot. In the lab, the CSAIL researchers taught a set of tasks to Optimus, a two-armed robot designed for bomb disposal tasks. Later, it seamlessly transferred this knowledge to Atlas, an imposing bipedal robot that weighs over 400 pounds. By the end of the experiment, both robots were able to open doors, transport objects, and pull objects from containerseven though the robots had dramatic physical differences, and Atlas was never directly taught the skills by a human.

    C-LEARN is an important advance because, rather than directly imitating motion, the robot has to infer the principles behind the motion, a more human-like approach. We dont repeat each physical action were taught in a literal way. Instead, we integrate what weve learned through demonstrations, and then apply our knowledge to similar contexts. - Have Started Teaching Other Robots New Skills

    05/15/17 - Graphene Battery Powered Free Energy Motorcycle
    Some of graphenes interesting characteristics are its electrical conductivity and amazing energy transferring ability. Because of its characteristics, many scientists and inventors are using it to create efficient free energy technology.

    Below are two great videos that show the potential of graphene batteries. The first video shows a motorcycle powered by a graphene battery, allowing it to run without any fuel. - Graphene Battery Powered Free Energy Motorcycle



    05/15/17 - Get Rid of Debt, Crime & WarCatherine Austin Fitts
    Financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts says if you want to have a really good economy, you have to get rid of debt, crime and war. Fitts says, Instead of having more debt, more crime and more war, we need to get interested in shifting. The President is getting very, very frustrated because he is in the machinery, and the machinery has no interest in changing. If you look at whats going on, its very dangerous. Many of the people that got him elected are systematically being taken out.

    Still, Fitts thinks President Trump has done a much better job than I expected considering he has no government experience.

    The fraud in the budgets, according to Fitts, has got to stop... More than $11 trillion has disappeared from the federal budgets, and its all documented on Solari.com. - Rid of Debt, Crime & WarCatherine Austin Fitts

    05/15/17 - Free Energy Devices
    Video #1 ; Uploaded on Jul 6, 2008 - A note to all you free energy experimenters..(Jan.10/09) Hold back on building this device. According to the testing that was done by myself in this video, it pointed towards free energy, but more research is needed to confirm this is so. This free energy device is simple in design with no moving parts, cheap to build and it works. It allows you to extract free electricity from your housing wiring, enough to power a string of 30-blue led mini lights and more... Led light set = 120-volts x 20ma = 2.4 watts. Materials (1) one mini led light set (Wal-Mart Brand / Energy Star, Cat no.YM-30LG) (2) 2 solid brass rods ( 32"L x 3/16" diameter ) (3) One 3-amp fullwave bridge (4) Four L- brackets ( brass 1.5" x 1.5" ) with mounting screws (5) Two feet x 1/4 inch diameter electrical shrink tubing (6) Two hundred and fifty feet x 8 ( # 26 magnetic wire (7) One wooden base ( 28"L x 3.5"W x 5/8" in thickness ) (9) One utility appliance plug ( 3-wire ) with 6-foot extension wire (10) One bind post, black (11) Six low profile rubber feet with mounting screws (12) One jumper wire ( to bridge brass rods ) Just dreaming out loud...If one million people at the same time were to duplicate my 2nd generation device in which I am in the process of building ( eight rods & coils ), they could generate 2.4 million watts plus of "free electricity" per hour. Don't worry you are not stealing power from the grid, all you are doing is removing the free static electric charge x 60hz that surrounds the hot supply black wire, that is all. The wound coils are acting like an antenna along with the ground. Current draw from the grid is zero. The color of the hot live wire and its frequency will change according to the country in which you live. Electricity can kill, so be careful. Insulate the hot live brass rods from the surrounding coil forms with electrical shrink tubing. Also insulate or cover the "End L-brackets" to protect against electric shocks. Free energy / electricity is in the eye of the beholders, will it ever really be free...or will the governments of the world put a stop to it,or did they? The information on this device is free, along with the electricity it produces. Action is better than words, so take on the challenge...and experiment in free energy... - Free Energy Devices



    05/15/17 - Blocked from US tech investing, China goes to Israel instead
    A record $16.5 billion in Chinese investments flowed into Israel last year. Meanwhile, US deals have been scuttled.

    Chinese investors hoping to put their money in US tech startups have been hitting roadblocks lately, with tougher scrutiny from US regulators scuttling deals. Unfazed by this change, which was brought on in part by a new administration focused on US protectionism, Chinese investors are putting their money in Israeli companies instead, according to a Thursday report from Reuters.

    Last year, Chinese investment in Israel surged tenfold to $16.5 billion, a record, with money going to Israeli internet, cybersecurity and medical device companies. In contrast, Chinese investors scrapped a record $26.3 billion in previously announced US deals, the report said.

    China-based TV maker TCL, for instance, told Reuters that it froze one deal for a US company because of the appointment of President Donald Trump. - Blocked from US tech investing, China goes to Israel instead

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    05/15/17 - NASA nixes plan to put astronauts on the 1st mission of its mega-rocket
    KeelyNet After months of study, NASA has decided that it won't try to send astronauts to space aboard the first flight of its huge Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, designed to eventually bring people and payloads to destinations like Mars or the moon.

    While acting NASA administrator Robert Lightfoot said that it would be technically feasible to add crew to the first SLS mission (called Exploration Mission-1 or EM-1), the risk would be too great when compared to the possible benefits.

    "... After evaluating cost, risk, and technical factors in a project of this magnitude, it is difficult to accommodate changes needed for a crewed EM-1 mission at this time," Lightfoot said in a memo sent to NASA employees Friday. The memo also indicated the first SLS mission would not occur in 2018, as anticipated, but rather sometime in 2019.

    After the feasibility study wrapped up, NASA officials presented the results to the White House. Lightfoot told reporters on Friday afternoon that the space agency and the Trump administration made the decision not to pursue a crewed mission for EM-1 together.

    Always the NASA excuses...they know we live on a prison planet, unable to penetrate thermosphere or van allen belts...you get a lot of liars for $18 billion a year! - JWD - NASA nixes plan to put astronauts on the 1st mission of its mega-rocket

    05/15/17 - Have You Heard About B Flat?
    B Flats and Alligators - During World War II, the New York Philharmonic was visiting the American Museum of Natural History. During rehearsal, somebody played a note that upset a resident live alligator named Oscar. Oscar, who'd been in the museum on 81st Street, suddenly began to bellow.

    Naturally, with so many scientists in residence, an experiment was quickly devised to see how to get Oscar to bellow again. Various musicians string, percussive and brass were brought to Oscar to play various notes. It turned out the culprit was B flat, one octave below middle C.

    The experiment was described back in the 1940s. I repeated the experiment on an ABC News broadcast in the 1990s, playing a B flat to a collection of gators at a roadside attraction in Florida and recording their bellows. Why B flat? You'd have to ask an alligator.

    B Flat and Glenway Fripp the Piano Tuner - Jay Alison (of This I Believe fame) and radio correspondent Viki Merrick live in Massachusetts and help run public radio stations on Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. In their capacities as managers-poets-reporters in residence, they regularly devise short promotional "moments" featuring local personalities. One of their promos described a trip that Glenway Fripp took up a staircase.

    Mr. Fripp, a piano tuner by trade, was humming in B flat while climbing the stairs at his dad's office building, when he noticed that his hum had somehow escaped him and was hanging, resonating without him, on the staircase landing. He couldn't quite explain what was happening; only that his hum (and it was definitely his hum, no one else's) had gone off without him.

    If you listen to the broadcast, you can hear this for yourself. Viki Merrick recorded it. Glenway has no idea why B flat had this particular property on that particular staircase. He suspects that the walls were porous and may even contain cavities that are very B-flat friendly. That's all he knows. But the truth is, he doesn't have an explanation.

    B Flat and Black Holes - This one's a bit of a stretch, but here's what happened. In September 2003, astronomers at NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory found what can be described as sound waves emanating from a supermassive black hole. The black hole can be seen in the Perseus cluster of galaxies located 250 million light years from Earth.

    Andrew Fabian of the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge, England, analyzed the waves and announced, "We have detected their sound...." The sound he found (which is really the waves passing through gas near the black hole) translate to the note B flat. But this is not a B flat you or I can hear. It is 57 octaves below middle C. A piano, by comparison, contains only seven octaves. So if a black hole hums, it hums at a frequency a million billion times lower than you can hear.

    A Song in B Flat - While you may not be able to hear a black hole humming, this story is, to a considerable extent, sung. The vocalist (who is also the lyricist, and a journalist) is Josh Kurz of Los Angeles. His partner this time out is Shane Winter, who composed the song "Have You Heard About B Flat?" which wasn't easy, since he decided to hang with B flat for as long and as often as possible. - Have You Heard About B Flat?

    05/15/17 - Iceland begins radical 'Thor' experiment to produce geothermal energy from magma

    05/15/17 - Delivery drone sets US record by flying a package 97 miles over Texas

    05/15/17 - Driverless tractors and drones attempt to grow crops without humans

    05/15/17 - Support for a universal basic income is inching up in Europe

    05/15/17 - Life Expectancy Can Vary By 20 Years Depending On Where You Live

    05/15/17 - U.S. government posts $182 billion surplus in April

    05/15/17 - Scientists Reveal Ramen Noodles Cause Heart Disease, Stroke & Metabolic Syndrome

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    05/25/17 - Health problems and Spurting Blood
    KeelyNet I won't bore you with all the details but the other afternoon, my housekeeper just finished cleaning the place and I moved to a different chair. I felt something cool, looked down and a stream of arterial blood was pumping out. Wrapped it up and my housekeeper brought back the red cross. Wound up with stitches in hospital in Guadalajara to piece me togther, antibiotics for swollen legs, feeling old and depleted.

    Would do much better in an american hospital but you use what you got and can afford. Thank god for mex friend Ricky helping me through all this. That in itself has its challenges as he wants to sell everything. $2000 spent that I don't have so far. I feel all swollen up and find it hard to eat and drink. Perhaps a sign......need to lose weight get something going for health or run through options of a shotgun or Nero departure. Far from that point but Kind of favor Nero and Seneca... - JWD

    Updated 05/27/17 - Still doped up on the 25th when I wrote the original slash entry above. My helper Ricky and I got back to my house about 5PM on Thursday and found a broken glass of the backdoor and the door unlocked from inside. A floor fan sitting next to the door as if it was the next thing they were taking. Apparently, only 2 days gone and we surprised them. Two laptops and a nice digital camera gone. Still looking for what else might be gone. One of the laptops I used for my prototyping and testing of the lucid dream machine.

    My bed and furniture was tossed around like they were looking for hidden money or something. Many boxes of papers and books on the back patio thrown around. Back gate, one of the two locks engaged, no way anyone could get anything onto my patio without going through the neighbors back door and he denies it all... They didn't touch two 27" flatscreens or the 32" smart flatscreen, or any peripheral which further adds to the idea we might have surprised them with an early return.

    I want to thank the people who took it on themselves to send some bucks, especially James! And the many kind words of support from so many, some I've not heard from in years! Still sore and swollen and need to revamp Keelynet to make it simpler to produce but still provide searchable permalinks for future lookup. - Stay tuned and give me a few days... - Jerry @ Keelynet y mas (and more)

    05/25/17 - Clever Raven Outsmarts a Trash Can
    See a clever raven outsmart a trash can. Filmed in Haines, Alaska, the bird uses its problem-solving abilities to unlatch the top of the can and fling it to the ground.

    05/25/17 - Angry pedestrian gets instant karma
    This angry pedestrian got what he deserved!

    05/25/17 - What drives the accelerating expansion of the universe?
    UBC physicists may have solved one of natures great puzzles: what causes the accelerating expansion of our universe? PhD student Qingdi Wang has tackled this question in a new study that tries to resolve a major incompatibility issue between two of the most successful theories that explain how our universe works: quantum mechanics and Einsteins theory of general relativity. The study suggests that if we zoomed inway inon the universe, we would realize its made up of constantly fluctuating space and time.

    Space-time is not as static as it appears, its constantly moving, said Wang. This is a new idea in a field where there hasnt been a lot of new ideas that try to address this issue, said Bill Unruh, a physics and astronomy professor who supervised Wangs work.

    In 1998, astronomers found that our universe is expanding at an ever-increasing rate, implying that space is not empty and is instead filled with dark energy that pushes matter away. The most natural candidate for dark energy is vacuum energy. When physicists apply the theory of quantum mechanics to vacuum energy, it predicts that there would be an incredibly large density of vacuum energy, far more than the total energy of all the particles in the universe. If this is true, Einsteins theory of general relativity suggests that the energy would have a strong gravitational effect and most physicists think this would cause the universe to explode.

    Fortunately, this doesnt happen and the universe expands very slowly. But it is a problem that must be resolved for fundamental physics to progress. Unlike other scientists who have tried to modify the theories of quantum mechanics or general relativity to resolve the issue, Wang and his colleagues Unruh and Zhen Zhu, also a UBC PhD student, suggest a different approach. They take the large density of vacuum energy predicted by quantum mechanics seriously and find that there is important information about vacuum energy that was missing in previous calculations.

    Their calculations provide a completely different physical picture of the universe. In this new picture, the space we live in is fluctuating wildly. At each point, it oscillates between expansion and contraction. As it swings back and forth, the two almost cancel each other but a very small net effect drives the universe to expand slowly at an accelerating rate.

    But if space and time are fluctuating, why cant we feel it? This happens at very tiny scales, billions and billions times smaller even than an electron, said Wang. Its similar to the waves we see on the ocean, said Unruh. They are not affected by the intense dance of the individual atoms that make up the water on which those waves ride. Their paper was published last week in Physical Review D.

    05/25/17 - See How Steve Jobs Unveiled the Flat Earth before His Death - Flat Earth Stream
    Please explain why this is titled "See How Steve Jobs Unveiled the Flat Earth before His Death"... Is it just a pathetic need for attention? In my opinion 'Click-Bait' is fine if the 'title' bears some truth regarding the content of the video. In short, WTF is wrong with you!

    05/25/17 - A cure for baldness?
    Scientists in California found that certain immune cells stimulate hair growth. We already knew that faulty Tregs (as the cell is known) can cause allergies to peanuts or serious immune diseases .

    But now scientists can see that these cells are key to sustain hair growth. They believe treatment targeting Tregs could provide a cure to balding.

    Lots of farmers report if you let a calf regularly lick your head you will wind up with a lush head of hair from the deep cleaning action. Don't recall if you have to salt it a bit. - JWD

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    05/15/17 - We Hear You: I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference
    This story should have been blasted out on Fox News and Fox Business, as well as other conservative talk and news venues, the entire time that Donald Trump talked about building the wall during the campaign. Shame on them for their neglect. This is a positive case of what could happen with an improved wall or fence on our southern border. But it was Trumps idea, and he was espousing draining the swamp and shaking things up, and was an outsider, not an establishment type.

    Could it be the conservative establishment doesnt want to see things shaken up either, and that they are comfortable with their niche in the status quo? Remember, most of the personalities on Fox News opposed Trump from the start. And most on the staffs of Weekly Standard and National Review opposed Trump as well.

    I thought that was strange at the time, until I realized that Trump was the only candidate who specifically talked about changing the ruling orderdraining the swamp. Evidently, many people on both sides are comfortable with being mired in and part of the swamp. And the media is totally immersed in it. William Siems - Hear You: I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference

    05/15/17 - They dont even try: Hungarys new border fence called spectacular success
    Skeptics who believe a border wall will not stop illegals from entering the United States may want to look at whats happening in Hungary. On the day its border fence was completed, the influx of illegals entering Hungary went down from 6,353 one day to 870 the next. For the remainder of that month, illegal border crossings were steadily below 40 per day, officials said. Border patrols prevent dozens of crossings every day and catch migrants who make it into Hungary within the first few miles of the border, according to authorities.

    They dont even try, a local border guard told The Daily Caller News Foundation. We havent had a Syrian in six months. Prime Minister Viktor Orbans pledge to stop illegals from flowing into the country appears to be a spectacular success. Hungarys 96-mile long, 14-foot tall double-line fence includes several layers of razor-wire capable of delivering electric shocks. The barrier features cameras, heat sensors and loudspeakers ready to tell migrants theyre about to break Hungarian law if they as much as touch the fence, the April 30 Daily Caller report said.

    Nearly every police officer in Hungary is part of a rotation to monitor the border fence at all times. Temporary military bases house the police while they do their rotation. Additionally, Hungary will train and pay more than 1,000 volunteers to deploy as border hunters. Illegals who are caught are arrested and dropped off on the Serbian side of the fence. They dont get a chance to apply for asylum unless they do so at a transit zone where they are held in housing containers while their cases get processed, the Daily Caller report said.

    In September 2015, thousands of migrants streamed across the border every day as they made their way north to Austria, Germany and Scandinavia. It was an invasion, Laszlo Toroczkai, the mayor of Asotthalom, told the Daily Caller. Illegal immigration is a crime in a normal country. Its not a normal thing to break into a country. By the mid-year it was well beyond 100,000 people who came across, said Zoltan Kovacs, a spokesman for the Hungarian government. You should at least have the ability to handle whats going on.

    Kovacs added: You might not like it, its not a nice thing, but the only way to stop illegal border crossings is [to] first build a fence, man it, equip it, and also, in parallel, build up your capabilities in terms of legal confines, legal circumstances to be able to handle what is coming. - 'They dont even try: Hungarys new border fence called spectacular success

    05/15/17 - Robots Have Started Teaching Other Robots New Skills
    KeelyNet In an important advance that takes us one step closer to the inevitable robopocalypse, MIT researchers have developed a system that teaches robots how to acquire new skillsand then teach those skills to different types of robots.

    The system is called C-LEARN, and it was developed by researchers at MITs Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Using C-LEARN, people who have no experience with computer programming can teach a robot how to perform a tasklike dropping a flask into a bucket, or pulling a rod from a containerby providing it with some basic rules about the task, and allowing the robot to view a single demonstration of the task being completed.

    Incredibly, a robot can then transfer this newly-acquired knowledge to another robot, even if the robot learning is physically different than the robot teaching. Eventually, the C-LEARN system could allow factories to utilize a host of different robot types, and not have to worry about programming each and every one of them individually. It could also help robots to quickly learn and teach new tasks in high pressure situations, such as when theyre busy exterminating the entire human species, or more practically, when theyre defusing bombs.

    C-LEARN applies two basic robot teaching principles: Learning from a demonstration, and learning by brute programming, where each physical parameter has to be hand-coded by an expert. On their own, these teaching strategies come with drawbacks. With demos, robots cant really apply lessons to other situations or environments, and with motion-planning methods, the teaching is time consuming and labor intensive. CSAIL researchers Claudia Prez-DArpino and Julie Shah combined these two principles to make up for the deficiencies of each.

    By combining the intuitiveness of learning from demonstration with the precision of motion-planning algorithms, this approach can help robots do new types of tasks that they havent been able to learn before, like multistep assembly using both of their arms, noted Prez-DArpino in MIT News.

    The first step of the teaching process is to provide a robot with information on how to reach or grasp various objects with different constraints (the C in C-LEARN actually stands for constraints). For example, even though certain objects may be similar in terms of shape, like a steering wheel or tire, a different set of movements is required when attaching these parts to a car. For the second stage, a human operator uses a 3D user interface to show the robot how to complete the task. In tests, after observing a single demo, robots were able to access their knowledge base, and make a suggested movement for the operator to approve or modify as needed. If theres no operator, the robot can just make a guess (when just guessing, MITs test robots were successful 87.5 percent of the time, as opposed to 100 percent of the time when humans helped out).

    This approach is actually very similar to how humans learn in terms of seeing how somethings done and connecting it to what we already know about the world, says Prez-DArpino. We cant magically learn from a single demonstration, so we take new information and match it to previous knowledge about our environment.

    Importantly, this knowledge can then be taught to another robot. In the lab, the CSAIL researchers taught a set of tasks to Optimus, a two-armed robot designed for bomb disposal tasks. Later, it seamlessly transferred this knowledge to Atlas, an imposing bipedal robot that weighs over 400 pounds. By the end of the experiment, both robots were able to open doors, transport objects, and pull objects from containerseven though the robots had dramatic physical differences, and Atlas was never directly taught the skills by a human.

    C-LEARN is an important advance because, rather than directly imitating motion, the robot has to infer the principles behind the motion, a more human-like approach. We dont repeat each physical action were taught in a literal way. Instead, we integrate what weve learned through demonstrations, and then apply our knowledge to similar contexts. - Have Started Teaching Other Robots New Skills

    05/15/17 - Graphene Battery Powered Free Energy Motorcycle
    Some of graphenes interesting characteristics are its electrical conductivity and amazing energy transferring ability. Because of its characteristics, many scientists and inventors are using it to create efficient free energy technology.

    Below are two great videos that show the potential of graphene batteries. The first video shows a motorcycle powered by a graphene battery, allowing it to run without any fuel. - Graphene Battery Powered Free Energy Motorcycle



    05/15/17 - Get Rid of Debt, Crime & WarCatherine Austin Fitts
    Financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts says if you want to have a really good economy, you have to get rid of debt, crime and war. Fitts says, Instead of having more debt, more crime and more war, we need to get interested in shifting. The President is getting very, very frustrated because he is in the machinery, and the machinery has no interest in changing. If you look at whats going on, its very dangerous. Many of the people that got him elected are systematically being taken out.

    Still, Fitts thinks President Trump has done a much better job than I expected considering he has no government experience.

    The fraud in the budgets, according to Fitts, has got to stop... More than $11 trillion has disappeared from the federal budgets, and its all documented on Solari.com. - Rid of Debt, Crime & WarCatherine Austin Fitts

    05/15/17 - Free Energy Devices
    Video #1 ; Uploaded on Jul 6, 2008 - A note to all you free energy experimenters..(Jan.10/09) Hold back on building this device. According to the testing that was done by myself in this video, it pointed towards free energy, but more research is needed to confirm this is so. This free energy device is simple in design with no moving parts, cheap to build and it works. It allows you to extract free electricity from your housing wiring, enough to power a string of 30-blue led mini lights and more... Led light set = 120-volts x 20ma = 2.4 watts. Materials (1) one mini led light set (Wal-Mart Brand / Energy Star, Cat no.YM-30LG) (2) 2 solid brass rods ( 32"L x 3/16" diameter ) (3) One 3-amp fullwave bridge (4) Four L- brackets ( brass 1.5" x 1.5" ) with mounting screws (5) Two feet x 1/4 inch diameter electrical shrink tubing (6) Two hundred and fifty feet x 8 ( # 26 magnetic wire (7) One wooden base ( 28"L x 3.5"W x 5/8" in thickness ) (9) One utility appliance plug ( 3-wire ) with 6-foot extension wire (10) One bind post, black (11) Six low profile rubber feet with mounting screws (12) One jumper wire ( to bridge brass rods ) Just dreaming out loud...If one million people at the same time were to duplicate my 2nd generation device in which I am in the process of building ( eight rods & coils ), they could generate 2.4 million watts plus of "free electricity" per hour. Don't worry you are not stealing power from the grid, all you are doing is removing the free static electric charge x 60hz that surrounds the hot supply black wire, that is all. The wound coils are acting like an antenna along with the ground. Current draw from the grid is zero. The color of the hot live wire and its frequency will change according to the country in which you live. Electricity can kill, so be careful. Insulate the hot live brass rods from the surrounding coil forms with electrical shrink tubing. Also insulate or cover the "End L-brackets" to protect against electric shocks. Free energy / electricity is in the eye of the beholders, will it ever really be free...or will the governments of the world put a stop to it,or did they? The information on this device is free, along with the electricity it produces. Action is better than words, so take on the challenge...and experiment in free energy... - Free Energy Devices



    05/15/17 - Blocked from US tech investing, China goes to Israel instead
    A record $16.5 billion in Chinese investments flowed into Israel last year. Meanwhile, US deals have been scuttled.

    Chinese investors hoping to put their money in US tech startups have been hitting roadblocks lately, with tougher scrutiny from US regulators scuttling deals. Unfazed by this change, which was brought on in part by a new administration focused on US protectionism, Chinese investors are putting their money in Israeli companies instead, according to a Thursday report from Reuters.

    Last year, Chinese investment in Israel surged tenfold to $16.5 billion, a record, with money going to Israeli internet, cybersecurity and medical device companies. In contrast, Chinese investors scrapped a record $26.3 billion in previously announced US deals, the report said.

    China-based TV maker TCL, for instance, told Reuters that it froze one deal for a US company because of the appointment of President Donald Trump. - Blocked from US tech investing, China goes to Israel instead

    05/15/17 - Funnies
    #1 - How to escape the cops.

    #2 - Stepford dancers.

    #3 - Traffic spikes. - Funnies



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    05/15/17 - NASA nixes plan to put astronauts on the 1st mission of its mega-rocket
    KeelyNet After months of study, NASA has decided that it won't try to send astronauts to space aboard the first flight of its huge Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, designed to eventually bring people and payloads to destinations like Mars or the moon.

    While acting NASA administrator Robert Lightfoot said that it would be technically feasible to add crew to the first SLS mission (called Exploration Mission-1 or EM-1), the risk would be too great when compared to the possible benefits.

    "... After evaluating cost, risk, and technical factors in a project of this magnitude, it is difficult to accommodate changes needed for a crewed EM-1 mission at this time," Lightfoot said in a memo sent to NASA employees Friday. The memo also indicated the first SLS mission would not occur in 2018, as anticipated, but rather sometime in 2019.

    After the feasibility study wrapped up, NASA officials presented the results to the White House. Lightfoot told reporters on Friday afternoon that the space agency and the Trump administration made the decision not to pursue a crewed mission for EM-1 together.

    Always the NASA excuses...they know we live on a prison planet, unable to penetrate thermosphere or van allen belts...you get a lot of liars for $18 billion a year! - JWD - NASA nixes plan to put astronauts on the 1st mission of its mega-rocket

    05/15/17 - Have You Heard About B Flat?
    B Flats and Alligators - During World War II, the New York Philharmonic was visiting the American Museum of Natural History. During rehearsal, somebody played a note that upset a resident live alligator named Oscar. Oscar, who'd been in the museum on 81st Street, suddenly began to bellow.

    Naturally, with so many scientists in residence, an experiment was quickly devised to see how to get Oscar to bellow again. Various musicians string, percussive and brass were brought to Oscar to play various notes. It turned out the culprit was B flat, one octave below middle C.

    The experiment was described back in the 1940s. I repeated the experiment on an ABC News broadcast in the 1990s, playing a B flat to a collection of gators at a roadside attraction in Florida and recording their bellows. Why B flat? You'd have to ask an alligator.

    B Flat and Glenway Fripp the Piano Tuner - Jay Alison (of This I Believe fame) and radio correspondent Viki Merrick live in Massachusetts and help run public radio stations on Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. In their capacities as managers-poets-reporters in residence, they regularly devise short promotional "moments" featuring local personalities. One of their promos described a trip that Glenway Fripp took up a staircase.

    Mr. Fripp, a piano tuner by trade, was humming in B flat while climbing the stairs at his dad's office building, when he noticed that his hum had somehow escaped him and was hanging, resonating without him, on the staircase landing. He couldn't quite explain what was happening; only that his hum (and it was definitely his hum, no one else's) had gone off without him.

    If you listen to the broadcast, you can hear this for yourself. Viki Merrick recorded it. Glenway has no idea why B flat had this particular property on that particular staircase. He suspects that the walls were porous and may even contain cavities that are very B-flat friendly. That's all he knows. But the truth is, he doesn't have an explanation.

    B Flat and Black Holes - This one's a bit of a stretch, but here's what happened. In September 2003, astronomers at NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory found what can be described as sound waves emanating from a supermassive black hole. The black hole can be seen in the Perseus cluster of galaxies located 250 million light years from Earth.

    Andrew Fabian of the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge, England, analyzed the waves and announced, "We have detected their sound...." The sound he found (which is really the waves passing through gas near the black hole) translate to the note B flat. But this is not a B flat you or I can hear. It is 57 octaves below middle C. A piano, by comparison, contains only seven octaves. So if a black hole hums, it hums at a frequency a million billion times lower than you can hear.

    A Song in B Flat - While you may not be able to hear a black hole humming, this story is, to a considerable extent, sung. The vocalist (who is also the lyricist, and a journalist) is Josh Kurz of Los Angeles. His partner this time out is Shane Winter, who composed the song "Have You Heard About B Flat?" which wasn't easy, since he decided to hang with B flat for as long and as often as possible. - Have You Heard About B Flat?

    05/15/17 - Iceland begins radical 'Thor' experiment to produce geothermal energy from magma

    05/15/17 - Delivery drone sets US record by flying a package 97 miles over Texas

    05/15/17 - Driverless tractors and drones attempt to grow crops without humans

    05/15/17 - Support for a universal basic income is inching up in Europe

    05/15/17 - Life Expectancy Can Vary By 20 Years Depending On Where You Live

    05/15/17 - U.S. government posts $182 billion surplus in April

    05/15/17 - Scientists Reveal Ramen Noodles Cause Heart Disease, Stroke & Metabolic Syndrome

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    05/10/17 - New device turns dirty air into energy
    The device, which must be exposed to sunlight to function, features two chambers separated by a single membrane. The air is cleaned on one side, while contaminants are converted into hydrogen gas on the other. "This hydrogen gas can be stored and used later as fuel, as is already being done in some hydrogen buses, for example," Sammy Verbruggen, a professor at the University of Antwerp, said in a news release.

    The membrane is the device's most novel and essential component. It's comprised of a combination of special nano materials, the scientists say. "These catalysts are capable of producing hydrogen gas and breaking down air pollution," Verbruggen said. "In the past, these cells were mostly used to extract hydrogen from water. We have now discovered that this is also possible, and even more efficient, with polluted air."

    Researchers say their device functions similarly to a solar panel. Both use sunlight to trigger energy-generating chemical reactions. Verbruggen and his colleagues are currently working to scale up their technology for industrial use. They are also working to improve the device's efficiency. Researchers described their device in the journal ChemSusChem. - New device turns dirty air into energy

    05/10/17 - Celia Pavey Sings Edelweiss: The Voice Australia Season 2
    Delta's folk singer Celia Pavey sings the song made famous by The Sound of Music 'Edelweiss' by The Honey Trees. - Celia Pavey Sings Edelweiss: The Voice Australia Season 2

    05/10/17 - Anonymous warns world to prepare for World War 3
    The infamous hacktivist group Anonymous has released a chilling new video urging people across the globe to prepare for World War 3 as the US and North Korea continue to move strategic pieces into place for battle. All the signs of a looming war on the Korean peninsula are surfacing, the group says in the ominous six-minute clip, posted on YouTube over the weekend.

    Using their signature Guy Fawkes character, the hackers make several claims about recent military movements in the region and alleged warnings made by Japan and South Korea about imminent nuclear attacks from the North as they deliver their frightening prophecy. Watching as each country moves strategic pieces into place, the organization says, in its notorious robotic voice. But unlike past world wars, although there will be ground troops, the battle is likely to be fierce, brutal and quick. It will also be globally devastating, both on environmental and economical levels.

    According to Anonymous, President Trumps test of the Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile last week coupled with a recent warning from Japanese officials to citizens, telling them to make preparations for a possible nuclear attack are ultimately proof that all signs are pointing to a major conflict between the US and North Korea. In addition, China reportedly has urged its citizens in the Hermit Kingdom to return home as tensions continue to escalate over their nuclear weapons program. This is a real war with real global consequences, the group explains. With three superpowers drawn into the mix, other nations will be coerced into choosing sides, so what do the chess pieces look like so far? - Anonymous warns world to prepare for World War 3

    05/10/17 - These silicone masks are so detailed they look disturbingly realistic
    These silicone masks as disturbingly realistic. They're all made by artist Landon Meier. He creates the masks by making digital 3D renders using reference photos from various different angles. Sculptures are then 3D printed to begin the casting process to make the silicon masks -which can take more than 40 hours to complete. Some of his creations include familiar faces, including American president Donald Trump, N.Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, former boxer Mike Tyson and Actor Bryan Cranston. The freakishly real masks sell for around $4,500. - These silicone masks are so detailed they look disturbingly realistic

    05/10/17 - Guy got caught red handed
    The moment you realize you've been caught on CCTV. A thief guy got caught stealing wallet. - Guy got caught red handed



    05/10/17 - Scientists Prove That Negative Thoughts Make You Age Faster
    Deep within the genetic heart of all our cells are telomeres, or repeating segments of noncoding DNA that live at the ends of the chromosomes. They form caps at the ends of the chromosomes and keep the genetic material from unraveling. Shortening with each cell division, they help determine how fast a cell ages. When they become too short, the cell stops dividing altogether. This isnt the only reason a cell can become senescent there are other stresses on cells we dont yet understand very well but short telomeres are one of the major reasons human cells grow old. Weve devoted most of our careers to studying telomeres, and one extraordinary discovery from our labs (and seen at other labs) is that telomeres can actually lengthen.

    What this means: aging is a dynamic process that could possibly be accelerated or slowed and, in some aspects, even reversed. To an extent, it has surprised us and the rest of the scientific community that telomeres do not simply carry out the commands issued by your genetic code. Your telomeres are listening to you. The foods you eat, your response to challenges, the amount of exercise you get, and many other factors appear to influence your telomeres and can prevent premature aging at the cellular level. One of the keys to enjoying good health is simply doing your part to foster healthy cell renewal.

    People who score high on measures of cynical hostility have shorter telomeres. Scientists have learned that several thought patterns appear to be unhealthy for telomeres, and one of them is cynical hostility. Cynical hostility is defined by high anger and frequent thoughts that other people cannot be trusted. Someone with hostility doesnt just think, I hate to stand in long lines at the grocery store; they think, That other shopper deliberately sped up and beat me to my rightful position in the line! and then seethe. People who score high on measures of cynical hostility tend to get more cardiovascular disease, metabolic disease and often die at younger ages. They also have shorter telomeres. In a study of British civil servants, men who scored high on measures of cynical hostility had shorter telomeres than men whose hostility scores were low. The most hostile men were 30 percent more likely to have a combination of short telomeres and high telomerase (an enzyme in cells that helps keep telomeres in good shape) a profile that seems to reflect the unsuccessful attempts of telomerase to protect telomeres when they are too short.

    The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer - These men had the opposite of a healthy response to stress. Ideally, your body responds to stress with a spike in cortisol and blood pressure, followed by a quick return to normal levels. Instead, when these men were exposed to stress, their diastolic blood pressure and cortisol levels were blunted, a sign their stress response was, basically, broken from overuse. Their systolic blood pressure increased, but instead of returning to normal levels, it stayed elevated for a long time afterward. The hostile men also had fewer social connections and less optimism. In terms of their physical and psychosocial health, they were highly vulnerable to an early disease-span, the years in a persons life marked by the diseases of aging, which include cardiovascular disease, arthritis, a weakened immune system and more. Women tend to have lower hostility, and its less related to heart disease for them, but there are other psychological culprits affecting womens health, such as depression.

    When you ruminate, stress sticks around in the body long after the reason for the stress is over. Pessimism is the second thought pattern that has been shown to have negative effects on telomeres. When our research team conducted a study on pessimism and telomere length, we found that people who scored high on a pessimism inventory had shorter telomeres. This was a small study of about 35 women, but similar results have been found in other studies, including a study of over 1,000 men. It also fits with a large body of evidence that pessimism is a risk factor for poor health. When pessimists develop an aging-related illness, like cancer or heart disease, the illness tends to progress faster. Like cynically hostile people and people with short telomeres, in general they tend to die earlier.

    Rumination the act of rehashing problems over and over is the third destructive thought pattern. How do you tell rumination from harmless reflection? Reflection is the natural, introspective analysis about why things happen a certain way. It may cause you some healthy discomfort, but rumination feels awful. And rumination never leads to a solution, only to more ruminating.

    When you ruminate, stress sticks around in the body long after the reason for the stress is over, in the form of prolonged high blood pressure, elevated heart rate, and higher levels of cortisol. Your vagus nerve, which helps you feel calm and keeps your heart and digestive system steady, withdraws its activity and remains withdrawn long after the stressor is over. In a study, we examined daily stress responses in healthy women who were family caregivers. The more the women ruminated after a stressful event, the lower the telomerase in their aging CD8 cells (the crucial immune cells that send out proinflammatory signals when they are damaged). People who ruminate experience more depression and anxiety, which are, in turn, associated with shorter telomeres.

    The fourth thought pattern is thought suppression, the attempt to push away unwanted thoughts and feelings. The late Daniel Wegener, a Harvard social psychologist, once came across this line from the great nineteenth-century Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky: Try to pose for yourself this task: not to think of a polar bear, and you will see that the cursed thing will come to mind every minute. Wegener put this idea to the test through a series of experiments and identified a phenomenon he called ironic error, meaning that the more forcefully you push your thoughts away, the louder they call out for your attention.

    Ironic error may also be harmful to telomeres. If we try to manage stressful thoughts by sinking the bad thoughts into the deepest waters of our subconscious, it can backfire. The chronically stressed brains resources are already taxed we call this cognitive load making it even harder to successfully suppress thoughts. Instead of less stress, we get more. In a small study, greater avoidance of negative feelings and thoughts was associated with shorter telomeres. Avoidance alone is probably not enough to harm telomeres, but it can lead to chronic stress arousal and depression, both of which may shorten your telomeres.

    Thought awareness can promote stress resilience. With time, you learn to encounter ruminations and say, Thats just a thought. The final thought pattern is mind wandering. Harvard psychologists Matthew Killingsworth (TED Talk: Want to be happier? Stay in the moment) and Daniel Gilbert (TED Talk: The surprising science of happiness) used a track your happiness iPhone app to ask thousands of people questions about what activity they are engaged in, what their minds are doing, and how happy they are. Killingsworth and Gilbert discovered we spend half of the day thinking about something other than what were doing. They also found that when people are not thinking about what theyre doing, theyre not as happy as when theyre engaged. In particular, negative mind wandering thinking negative thoughts, or wishing you were somewhere else was more likely to lead to unhappiness in their next moments.

    Together with Eli Puterman, we studied close to 250 healthy, low-stress women who ranged from 55 to 65 years old and assessed their tendency to mind-wander. We asked them two questions: How often in the past week have you had moments when you felt totally focused or engaged in doing what you were doing at the moment? How often in the past week have you had any moments when you felt you didnt want to be where you were, or doing what you were doing at the moment? Then we measured the womens telomeres.

    The women with the highest levels of self-reported mind-wandering had telomeres that were shorter by around 200 base pairs. (To put this in context, a typical 35-year-old has roughly 7,500 base pairs of telomeres; a 65-year-old, 4,800 base pairs.) This was regardless of how much stress they had in their lives. Some mind-wandering can be creative, of course. But when you are thinking negative thoughts about the past, you are more likely to be unhappy, and you may possibly even experience higher levels of resting stress hormones.

    The negative thought patterns weve described are automatic, exaggerated and controlling. They take over your mind; its as if they tie a blindfold around your brain so you cant see what is really going on around you. But when you become more aware of your thoughts, you take off the blindfold. You wont necessarily stop the thoughts, but you have more clarity. Activities that promote better thought awareness include most types of meditation, along with most forms of mind-body exercises, including long-distance running. - Scientists Prove That Negative Thoughts Make You Age Faster

    05/10/17 - $14 billion missing that went through the Clinton Foundation for 2010 relief to Haiti. Where is the money, Bill and Hitlery?
    A new trove of Huma Abedin emails has been discovered by Judicial Watch, bringing the Haiti missing money back to the forefront. There was $14.3 billion given to the Clinton Foundation for Haiti relief after the devastating 2010 earthquake. Only 2% of that money found its way to the Haitian people in actual relief. Where is the other $14 billion, Bill and Hitlery? A 100% top to bottom audit should be conducted and an accounting of every penny that ever went through the Clinton Foundation. Where are the missing billions of dollars, Bill and Hitlery?

    From Judicial Watch - The new Abedin emails also reveal four instances in which Clintons then- scheduler Lona Valmoro forwarded the former secretary of states detailed daily schedule to top Clinton Foundation officials. In each case, those who received the schedules included Bill Clintons personal scheduler and Foundation aide Terry Krinvic, Justin Cooper , a then-aide to President Clinton who helped manage Hillary Clintons unsecure email system, and Clinton Foundation director Doug Band. - $14 billion missing that went through the Clinton Foundation for 2010 relief to Haiti. Where is the money, Bill and Hitlery?



    05/10/17 - No Hope In Trump; No Hope In DC
    At this point, people who are still holding out hope that Donald Trump is going to drain the swamp and save America are delusional. In less than 100 days, Trump has taken America to the precipice of World War III.

    He has filled his administration with Goldman Sachs banksters, CFR globalists, New World Order Zionists, and warmongers. Trump refuses to prosecute Hillary Clinton for egregious crimes against our country, but he is vowing to prosecute Julian Assange, a man whose crime is publishing the truth he receives from whistleblowers about the criminal conduct of the U.S. government. Plus, Assange isnt even an American. He is an Australian. What jurisdictional authority does President Trump have to arrest and prosecute a citizen of another country who has committed no crime in the United States? None!

    And if all of that is not bad enough, Donald Trump killed more innocent men, women, and children last month than Syria, Iran, North Korea, Russia, and China combined. Donald Trump is not going to drain the swamp; he has completely immersed himself and his administration in the swamp--just like every President of recent memory before him. And every 100 days of his administration from this day forward will only reconfirm this obvious reality.

    At some point, the people who thought that Donald Trump was an outsider and anti-establishment--and the ones who continue to sacrifice their principles defending him in the forlorn hope that they are going to ride his coattails to glory--will be forced to awaken to the stark reality that either Donald Trump was totally disingenuous from the beginning or he has already capitulated to the swamp creatures ensconced in Washington, D.C. Either way, there is absolutely no hope in Donald Trump. And neither is there any hope in Washington, D.C.

    Washington, D.C., is totally and thoroughly corrupt. It is run by bloodthirsty, conscienceless subhumans who will stop at nothing until they bring Armageddon upon the entire world. DC is nothing more than a coven of perverted, putrid, parasitic, pathetic, pompous, pretentious, prideful, pathological purveyors of global pestilence.

    How long will freedom-loving Americans continue to believe the empty promises of phony politicians? How long will they continue living in the fantasy that somehow Washington, D.C., is going to see the error of its ways, repent, and return the nation to constitutional government? How long will they continue to look the other way while the swamp creatures in Washington, D.C., corrupt the minds and hearts of their children in these institutions of propaganda called public schools? How long will they continue to allow the swamp creatures in Washington, D.C., and their bottom-feeding serpent buddies at the Federal Reserve and on Wall Street demolish sound money principles and destroy a free market economic system? How long, folks? How long?

    Donald Trump is finishing what G.W. Bush began. Bush forever destroyed the influence of genuine Christian patriotism in this country with his phony brand of warmongering Christianity. Now, Trump is forever destroying the influence of the Tea Party/Patriot movements in this country with his phony brand of warmongering/Police-State-building nationalism. - No Hope In Trump; No Hope In DC

    05/10/17 - Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated: Guess who is Sicker?

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    A pilot study of 666 homeschooled six to 12-year-olds from four American states published on April 27th in the Journal of Translational Sciences, compared 261 unvaccinated children with 405 partially or fully vaccinated children, and assessed their overall health based on their mothers' reports of vaccinations and physician-diagnosed illnesses. What it found about increases in immune-mediated diseases like allergies and neurodevelopmental diseases including autism, should make all parents think twice before they ever vaccinate again:

    *Vaccinated children were more than three times as likely to be diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum (OR 4.3)

    *Vaccinated children were 30-fold more likely to be diagnosed with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) than non-vaccinated children

    * Vaccinated children were 22-fold more likely to require an allergy medication than unvaccinated children

    *Vaccinated children had more than quadruple the risk of being diagnosed with a learning disability than unvaccinated children (OR 5.2)

    *Vaccinated children were 300 percent more likely to be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder than unvaccinated children (OR 4.3)

    * Vaccinated children were 340 percent (OR 4.4) more likely to have been diagnosed with pneumonia than unvaccinated children

    *Vaccinated children were 300 percent more likely to be diagnosed with an ear infection than unvaccinated children (OR 4.0)

    *Vaccinated children were 700 percent more likely to have surgery to insert ear drainage tubes than unvaccinated children (OR 8.01)

    * Vaccinated children were 2.5-fold more likely to be diagnosed with any chronic illness than unvaccinated children

    Homeschooler vs. homeschooler - The trouble with doing a vaccinated vs. unvaccinated study a century or so after it should have been done is that virtually all American children are vaccinated today. When 95 percent of children get injections, there are few controls left for studying long-term outcomes. Comparing American children at large to small pockets of unvaccinated children like those in the Amish community is revealing, but critics say they are comparing apples to oranges. There are too many other variables -- diet, fresh air, computer time, for example that might explain differences in health besides vaccination status. - Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated: Guess who is Sicker?

    05/10/17 - Maggots wont eat the bodies of smokers
    Apparently the nicotine-ridden flesh of cigarette smokers is so vile that maggots may refuse to feed on the corpses of deceased smokers. If youre a smoker, I am not sure which is worse having to pay $11 for a pack of cigarettes in NYC, or knowing that animals that otherwise feast on rotting flesh consider you repulsive. Gag a maggot indeed. - Maggots wont eat the bodies of smokers

    05/10/17 - Use By Food Dates Are Responsible For Billions In Food Waste

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    05/05/17 - DARPA Is Planning to Hack the Human Brain to Let Us Upload Skills
    As part of the TNT program, DARPA is funding eight projects at seven institutions. All projects are part of a coordinated effort that will first study the fundamental science undergirding brain plasticity and will conclude with human trials. The first portion of the TNT program will work to unravel the neural mechanisms that allow nerve stimulation to influence brain plasticity. The second portion of the program will practically apply what has been learned in a variety of training exercises.

    To ensure the work stays practical, foreign language specialists, intelligence analysts, and others who train personnel now will work with researchers to help refine the TNT platform to suit military training needs. Researchers will compare the efficacy of using an implanted device to stimulate the brain versus non-invasive stimulation. They will also explore both the ethics of enhanced learning through neurostimulation and ways to avoid side effects and potential risks.

    The Defense Department operates in a complex, interconnected world in which human skills such as communication and analysis are vital, and the Department has long pushed the frontiers of training to maximize those skills, Doug Weber, the TNT Program Manager, said in a DARPA press release. DARPAs goal with TNT is to further enhance the most effective existing training methods so the men and women of our Armed Forces can operate at their full potential.

    If the TNT program succeeds, striving to be all you can be may mean learning at a much faster pace, and not just for military personnel. Downloadable learning may be one of the ways we achieve next-level humanity. - DARPA Is Planning to Hack the Human Brain to Let Us Upload Skills

    05/05/17 - Man buys robot cat for his mother with dementia
    Man gives his mother a robotic cat as a birthday gift after she was forced to give up her cat because of dementia and mobility issues. - Man buys robot cat for his mother with dementia

    05/05/17 - India's Infosys To Hire 10,000 American Workers After Trump Criticism
    India's Infosys said it plans to hire 10,000 Americans in the next two years, following criticism from the Trump administration that the company and other outsourcing firms are unfairly taking jobs away from U.S. workers.

    From a report on Bloomberg: Infosys, which employs about 200,000 people around the world, will expand its local hiring in the U.S. while adding four hubs to research technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.

    The first location will open in Indiana in August 2017 and is expected to create 2,000 jobs for American workers by 2021, the company said. - India's Infosys To Hire 10,000 American Workers After Trump Criticism

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    05/05/17 - India Aims To Make Every Car Electric By 2030 In Bid To Tackle Pollution
    KeelyNet "We are going to introduce electric vehicles in a very big way," coal and mines minister Piyush Goyal said at the Confederation of Indian Industry Annual Session 2017 in New Delhi. "We are going to make electric vehicles self-sufficient... The idea is that by 2030, not a single petrol or diesel car should be sold in the country."

    Mr Goyal said the electric car industry would need between two and three years of government assistance, but added that he expected the production of the vehicles to be "driven by demand and not subsidy" after that. "The cost of electric vehicles will start to pay for itself for consumers," he said according to the International Business Times.

    "We would love to see the electric vehicle industry run on its own," he added. An investigation by Greenpeace this year found that as many as 2.3 million deaths occur every year due to air pollution in the country. The report, entitled "Airpocalypse," claimed air pollution had become a "public health and economic crisis" for Indians.

    It said the number of deaths caused by air pollution was only "a fraction less" than the number of deaths from tobacco use, adding that 3 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was lost to the levels of toxic smog. - India Aims To Make Every Car Electric By 2030 In Bid To Tackle Pollution

    05/05/17 - UAE to DRAG ICEBERG from Antarctica to solve water shortage set to last 25 years
    The UAE, which is among the top 10 water-scarce countries in the world, hopes to help ease the stress of a drinking water shortage by towing an iceberg from the freezing Antarctica in order to create more drinking water.

    The National Advisor Bureau Limiteds (NABL) managing Director Abdullah Mohammad Sulaiman Al Shehi says an average iceberg contains "more than 20 billion gallons of water which would be enough for one million people over five years. Up to four-fifths of an icebergs mass is underwater, and due to their vast density, they would theoretically not melt in the boiling climate of the Middle Eastern coastal line.

    Mr Al Shehi says it could take up to a year to drag the huge body of ice up to the UAE, and the project is set to begin in 2018. Not only will it partially solve a water crisis, but it could also become a tourist attraction.

    Once the iceberg is in place, the NABL will begin chipping off blocks of the iceberg above the water line and then crushing the pure polar ice into drinking water which would be stored in large water tanks and then filtered through a water processing plant.

    Additionally, Mr Al Shehi says that it could create a mini-climate which could also help with the crisis. He said: Cold air gushing out from an iceberg close to the shores of the Arabian Sea would cause a trough and rainstorms across the Arabian Gulf and the southern region of the Arabian Peninsula all year round. As the rising air expands, cools and condenses due to the decrease in air pressure. Water vapour is collected in the clouds, they become heavy and falls as rain." - UAE to DRAG ICEBERG from Antarctica to solve water shortage set to last 25 years

    05/05/17 - Trump Has Grand Plan For Mission To Mars But Nasa Advises: Cool Your Jets
    KeelyNet Donald Trump would like to see Americans walk on Mars during his presidency. Nasa would love to get there that quickly, too. The reality of space travel is slightly more complicated, however.

    From a report: On Monday, during a call with astronaut Peggy Whitson, who was aboard the International Space Station, Trump pressed her for a timeline on a crewed mission to Mars, one of Nasa's longest standing and most daunting goals.

    "Tell me, Mars," he asked her from the Oval Office, "what do you see a timing for actually sending humans to Mars? Is there a schedule and when would you see that happening?"

    Whitson answered by pointing out that Trump, by signing a Nasa funding bill last month, had already approved a timeline for a mission in the 2030s.

    She added that Nasa was building a new heavy-launch rocket, which would need testing. "Unfortunately space flight takes a lot of time and money," she said.

    "But it is so worthwhile doing." Trump replied: "Well, we want to try and do it during my first term or, at worst, during my second term, so we'll have to speed that up a little bit, OK?" It was not clear whether the president meant the remark as a quip or something more serious.

    So hilarious to see NASA always jumping on the hot tin plate of their lies. They know we can't get off this prison planet but don't have the decency to admit it so we can use that $18 billion a year that they piss away on SFX and overpriced parts for better things. Its all going to come crashing down when people finally have had enough. - JWD - Trump Has Grand Plan For Mission To Mars But Nasa Advises: Cool Your Jets

    05/05/17 - She Turned 2 Simple Ingredients Into a Cure For Cancer, Then the Government Did This To Her
    Commenter #1; "Can it be that simple to beat cancer Flax seed oil and Quark Cheese, Plus cleaning up one's diet, Dr, Budwig has much to say about helping people get rid of cancer, Follow the 'Budwig Protocol ' Let's change the way people think, For the Better!"

    Commenter #2; "It has to be RAW milk Quark cheese, Not homogenised/pasteurise quark cheese."

    To understand the full diet, her book will have to be purchased (links to her books are below). In Dr. Budwigs protocol, there is much more than just flax oil and cottage cheese. If you are just now hearing about this protocol for the first time you need to read this paper in its entirety to understand how this protocol works in healing your body.

    he Budwig Protocol - The mixing ratio is two tablespoons of cottage cheese to one tablespoon of oil. Mix only the amount you are consuming at one time so it is mixed fresh each and every time. One example would be to mix (4) tablespoons of cottage cheese to (2) tablespoons of flax oil, consumed twice daily or more depending on the severity of the health condition, one is attempting to address. One should probably start slowly with the oil, maybe just once a day and work their way up letting the body adjust to the protocol. The oil and the cottage cheese must be thoroughly mixed at a low speed, using an Immersion Blender, blending until a creamy texture with no standing oil is achieved. The mixture should then be immediately consumed. Do not add anything to the mixture until after it is mixed. - She Turned 2 Simple Ingredients Into a Cure For Cancer, Then the Government Did This To Her

    05/05/17 - Poll: Ex-cons more anxious than most about retirement funds
    A new survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 69 percent of older Americans who reported having been incarcerated felt anxious about the amount of money they have saved for retirement, compared with 52 percent of those who didn't serve time. That's in part because they have fewer sources of income. The survey found that older Americans who were incarcerated are less likely to have income from Social Security, retirement accounts or a pension, and are more likely to rely on disability payments. More than half worry that the money they do have for retirement won't last over their lifetimes. One in four don't plan to retire, about the same as the general population, the poll found.

    Mark Mitchell, who works for a program on the south side of Chicago helping former felons find work, said ex-cons have trouble finding jobs that pay well and let them contribute to a retirement. "So if they're not retiring, if they don't have a retirement, who's going to take care of them - the state?" he said. Rodriguez found temporary work in a factory in Chicago's suburbs a few months after being released in 2016. He earns $10.25 per hour and lives with his sister. He doesn't have money to save for retirement and said he tries not to think about it. In his free time, he said, he looks for volunteer opportunities working with at-risk youth in Chicago's most violent neighborhoods.

    The number of inmates age 55 and older has almost quadrupled over the last two decades and is expected to continue growing, accounting for a third of the country's inmate population by 2030, according to the National Institute of Corrections, an agency within the Federal Bureau of Prisons. In 2015, there were 285,000 inmates 50 and older inside state and federal prisons, the Bureau of Justice reports. Gabriel Eber, senior counsel for the ACLU's National Prison Project, says the government should be helping former felons transition into the community but has failed to do so. He said many nonprofits are trying fill in the gap but the government really needs to "step up to address this problem."

    When older inmates are released from prison without money or skills and unable to retire, "the cost of their care is going to trickle down to taxpayers one way or another, and health care consumers," he said.

    The survey found that 56 percent of older workers who had served time in prison had been unemployed in the past five years, compared to 17 percent of those who had not. Victor Morris, 56, was released from jail two years ago. He's had a couple temporary jobs, but nothing stable, he said. "I don't have no income because I'm not working," Morris said quietly, sitting in the kitchen of his mother's home in Memphis, Tennessee, where he's been living. "I'm a good worker. I'm a hard worker. It's hard to get work because of my background. I go to temporary services and I pass the drug test. Then they do a background check and I don't get the job."

    Paul King, who served a seven-month sentence after a fraud conviction in 2011, found himself homeless and jobless. "I had to start again," the 59-year-old Memphis resident said. "It's hard to get a job with a felony. You're rarely given a second chance. You're judged and sentenced over and over again." King said he wants to work and rebuild his life. "I could start my own business. I have the education and determination," he says. "But my body, because of my age, is not keeping up with my mind."

    Incarceration also leads to job loss. A third of survey respondents who were incarcerated said they lost a job as a result.

    Ruth Finkelstein, associate director for Columbia University's Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center, says it's more difficult for older adults to find work after prison because the few opportunities available to them often go to younger workers. Patricia Tia, 54, has been arrested more than 250 times, mostly on prostitution and drug charges. She now works at HopeWorks, an organization helping people with felonies in Memphis, Tennessee, find employment. "I think that as tired as I am now at the end of the day, there is going to be more times that I'll be a lot more tired because I'm going to have to work until my later years," she said. She said her husband Frank Holmes, 62, worked odd jobs after spending a total of nearly two decades incarcerated and now receives disability because of years of untreated diabetes. That helps, she says.

    Mitchell, 59, said planning for retirement for people, like him, with a criminal background is impossible. He said many black men living in poor, high crime neighborhoods with few job opportunities force many to join the illegal and often dangerous drug industry. "To be honest, I never thought I would live this long," said Mitchell, who has 13 felony convictions for drug and gun charges. "I always figured I'd die before I got to this stage."

    The survey was conducted Feb. 14 through March 13 by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research with funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. It involved interviews in English and Spanish with 1,683 people aged 50 and older nationwide who are members of NORC's probability-based AmeriSpeak panel, which is designed to be representative of the U.S. population. It includes oversamples of 332 African Americans and 308 Hispanics. Results from the full survey have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.0 percentage points. Interviews were conducted online and using landlines and cellphones. - Poll: Ex-cons more anxious than most about retirement funds

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    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

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    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

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    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

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