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05/24/15 - An Urgent Reminder to Texas Tri-State Rainmakers
I'm all for your successful efforts to make it rain. But you need to remember orgone effects keep working even after you think they have stopped. So you can't just disconnect your machine like unplugging an appliance. You must take it down completely, not aimed into the skies and PLUG or CAP the ends of the pipes to stop the residual flow. If you haven't yet done this, please do so as soon as possible. That having been said, remember that Orgone works both ways, that's why its called a 'cloud BUSTER' to alleviate too much rain. Of course it's all El Nino behind this as it has been in the past, but just in case, don't add to it as it drives the crazies to more babbling. Thanks! - JWD

05/24/15 - West Coast Being Fried With Nuclear Radiation From Fukushima

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The map shown comes from the Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center. It shows that radiation levels at radiation monitoring stations all over the country are elevated. As you will notice, this is particularly true along the west coast of the United States. As the radiation pollution increase, will it become necessary to evacuate the West Coast when radiation makes it lethal for human and animal life? - JWD

Every single day, 300 tons of radioactive water from Fukushima enters the Pacific Ocean. That means that the total amount of radioactive material released from Fukushima is constantly increasing, and it is steadily building up in our food chain.

Ultimately, all of this nuclear radiation will outlive all of us by a very wide margin. They are saying that it could take up to 40 years to clean up the Fukushima disaster, and meanwhile countless innocent people will develop cancer and other health problems as a result of exposure to high levels of nuclear radiation.

We are talking about a nuclear disaster that is absolutely unprecedented, and it is constantly getting worse. The following are 28 signs that the west coast of North America is being absolutely fried with nuclear radiation from Fukushima…

2. There is an epidemic of sea lion deaths along the California coastline… - At island rookeries off the Southern California coast, 45 percent of the pups born in June have died, said Sharon Melin, a wildlife biologist for the National Marine Fisheries Service based in Seattle. Normally, less than one-third of the pups would die. It’s gotten so bad in the past two weeks that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration declared an “unusual mortality event.”

3. Along the Pacific coast of Canada and the Alaska coastline, the population of sockeye salmon is at a historic low. Many are blaming Fukushima.

4. Something is causing fish all along the west coast of Canada to bleed from their gills, bellies and eyeballs.

9. Back in 2012, the Vancouver Sun reported that cesium-137 was being found in a very high percentage of the fish that Japan was selling to Canada…

• 73 percent of mackerel tested
• 91 percent of the halibut
• 92 percent of the sardines
• 93 percent of the tuna and eel
• 94 percent of the cod and anchovies
• 100 percent of the carp, seaweed, shark and monkfish

22. It is being projected that the entire Pacific Ocean will soon “have cesium levels 5 to 10 times higher” than what we witnessed during the era of heavy atomic bomb testing in the Pacific many decades ago. 23. The immense amounts of nuclear radiation getting into the water in the Pacific Ocean has caused environmental activist Joe Martino to issue the following warning… “Your days of eating Pacific Ocean fish are over.”

25. According to a recent Planet Infowars report, the California coastline is being transformed into “a dead zone”… The California coastline is becoming like a dead zone. If you haven’t been to a California beach lately, you probably don’t know that the rocks are unnaturally CLEAN – there’s hardly any kelp, barnacles, sea urchins, etc. anymore and the tide pools are similarly eerily devoid of crabs, snails and other scurrying signs of life… and especially as compared to 10 – 15 years ago when one was wise to wear tennis shoes on a trip to the beach in order to avoid cutting one’s feet on all the STUFF of life – broken shells, bones, glass, driftwood, etc.

There are also days when I am hard-pressed to find even a half dozen seagulls and/or terns on the county beach. You can still find a few gulls trolling the picnic areas and some of the restaurants (with outdoor seating areas) for food, of course, but, when I think back to 10 – 15 years ago, the skies and ALL the beaches were literally filled with seagulls and the haunting sound of their cries both day and night… NOW it’s unnaturally quiet.

28. Yale Professor Charles Perrow is warning that if the cleanup of Fukushima is not handled with 100% precision that humanity could be threatened “for thousands of years“…

“Conditions in the unit 4 pool, 100 feet from the ground, are perilous, and if any two of the rods touch it could cause a nuclear reaction that would be uncontrollable. The radiation emitted from all these rods, if they are not continually cool and kept separate, would require the evacuation of surrounding areas including Tokyo. Because of the radiation at the site the 6,375 rods in the common storage pool could not be continuously cooled; they would fission and all of humanity will be threatened, for thousands of years.”

Wiped out at least 20 different species - “We conducted field surveys at intertidal zones of 43 sites… The number of species of intertidal biota seemed to get smaller as the site was close to 1F [Fukushima Daiichi]."

So hungry they gnaw on rocks - SeaWorld rescue teams have taken in more than 50 baby sea lions stranded on San Diego shores… “Their skin is so loose hanging off them, it looks like they’re wearing pajamas” Sea lions found on San Diego County beaches recently are so hungry they’ve been gnawing on rocks. Some have been found near death, with a belly full of sand and rock, because there’s nothing else for them to eat. Their skin hangs on bones… barely move around, and they crowd together for warmth… a new, worse calamity of starving babies washing up seems to be unfolding… The arrival x-rays for one sea lion revealed the critter had four pounds of rocks in its belly… their bodies have started to shut down. (Click link for other videos) - West Coast Being Fried With Nuclear Radiation From Fukushima

05/24/15 - Farthest flight yet by 'drone hoverboard'
KeelyNet Montreal resident Alexandru Duru used his machine to travel more than 250 metres — five times the previous record — at a height of five metres above Quebec's Lake Ouareau. That 250-metre (905 ft and 2 inches) flight has been officially confirmed by Guinness as a world record.

"When I saw the new high-powered motors I thought, 'We can do that!" Duru had been working on a prototype for about five years and last August filmed himself flying his new machine over the lake, which is about 130 kilometres north of Montreal, before contacting Guinness. Guinness verified the footage and announced the record on its website Friday.

He wouldn't say how much it cost to build but said the first generation of the machines will likely be "quite expensive." Duru hopes Canadians who can afford it will soon be able to have hovercrafts sitting next to their canoes, motorboats and other toys at the family chalet. "You can fly it anywhere, over water, in the wild," he said. But he warned it's not for everyone.

"This thing is still quite dangerous," he said, because the pilot uses only his or her feet to fly the aircraft. Prototype in works. He said the prototype that will hopefully be for sale will be digitally locked and be able to fly only about 1.5 metres above the ground. "He wanted to fly and he made it happen," said Maalouf, who handles the business side of their new company, All Terrain Hoverboards.

Both men like the movie Back to the Future, which was made in 1985 but set in the fictional world of 2015. The character Marty McFly flies a hovercraft in the film. "We have about six to seven months to put everything together," he said. "Ours is going to be a little bigger than the one in the movie, though." I think they'd need to fly at least two feet high with at least 30 minutes between charges to be useful and have swappable battery packs. Looking forward to lots of crash videos as this rather old idea finally takes off. They might look into hydrogen peroxide through stacked column of silver mesh or platinum for higher power and longer time. (65lbs of 98% hydrogen peroxide will give about 21 second flight time for an adult pilot)- JWD (Click link for other videos) - Farthest flight yet by 'drone hoverboard'

05/24/15 - Hycopter Drone Flies for 4 Hours via Hydrogen Power
KeelyNet Drones can be a lot of fun. But they can also be frustrating due to the limited flight times, which currently stand around 25-plus minutes per charge. That’s about to change.

A Singapore-based company called Horizon Unmanned Systems (HUS) has unveiled its Hycopter drone that runs on hydrogen power and can stay in the air four hours at a time - 2.5 hours when carrying a 2.2-pound payload. Four hours still doesn’t seem like much, but it’s much better than what’s currently out there, and it’s certainly a step in the right direction.

Unlike any other drones, Hycopter uses its frame to store energy in the form of hydrogen instead of air, eliminating energy storage weight. With less lift power required, Hycopter’s fuel cell turns the hydrogen in its frame into electricity to power its rotors. “We realized that the structures of these drones were hollow inside,” says CEO Taras Wankewycz. “We’re now able to use that space to instead of filling it with air, fill it with a useful gas, which is hydrogen.”

Hycopter can store 4.2 oz of hydrogen gas in its current structural tubing. The tubes are refillable and will eventually use carbon fiber tubing, according to the company. “By removing the design silos that typically separate the energy storage component from UAV frame development - we opened up a whole new category in the drone market, in-between battery and combustion engine systems,” says Wankewycz. No word on pricing or availability, but the company hopes the Hycopter drone will be out later in 2015. - Hycopter Drone Flies for 4 Hours via Hydrogen Power

05/24/15 - Migraine Relief With Salt
A migraine is nothing to laugh at; a really bad migraine can pretty much cripple you and take you down for the rest of your day. What’s worse, there are some migraines that can’t be abated with your usual pain killers.

So, what’s the next best thing to use? Salt. Yep, that’s right: common household salt.

A glass of lemonade or fresh lime juice with high concentration of salt can cure severe headache almost instantly. Intake of salt is not usually recommended, but in case of headache, it acts like magic! Also, taking a lime and rubbing half across your forehead has been known to work wonders too! It’s based on the idea that migraines can be caused by sodium deficiency.

Another tip if you have back pain from drinking too many sodas. Carbonic acid causes kidney stones and reddish 'sand' which comes out in urine. If you squeeze the juice of 2-3 limes into half a glass of Coke and drink it...within 8-12 hours your back pains will go away as your body excretes the reddish sand and small stones. Works like a charm in my many experiences using it over the years. - JWD - Migraine Relief With Salt

05/24/15 - Wave goodbye to global warming, GM and pesticides

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This was posted back then with much more detail on Keelynet at 09/01/13 - Radio treated water could change agriculture as we know it. Thanks to Trevor for the link. - JWD

Radio wave-treated water could change agriculture as we know it. The technology – radio wave energised water – massively increases the output of vegetables and fruits by up to 30 per cent. Not only are the plants much bigger but they are largely disease-resistant, meaning huge savings in expensive fertilisers and harmful pesticides.

Extensively tested in Ireland and several other countries, the inexpensive water treatment technology is now being rolled out across the world. The technology makes GM obsolete and also addresses the whole global warming fear that there is too much carbon dioxide in the air, by simply converting excess CO2 into edible plant mass.

The compact biscuit-tin-sized technology, which is called Vi-Aqua – meaning 'life water' – converts 24 volts of electricity into a radio signal, which charges up the water via an antennae. Once the device is attached to a hose, thousands of gallons of water can be charged up in less than 10 minutes at a cost of pennies.

Speaking about the new technology, Professor Austin Darragh says: "Vi-Aqua makes water wetter and introduces atmospheric nitrogen into the water in the form of nitrates – so it is free fertiliser. It also produces the miracle of rejuvenating the soil by invigorating soil-based micro-organisms.

"We can also make water savings of at least 30 per cent. When the water is treated it becomes a better solvent, which means it can carry more nutrients to the leaves and stem and percolate better down into the soil to nourish the roots, which in turn produces a better root system. Hence the reason you need less water and why you end up with larger and hardier crops," explains Professor Austin Darragh.

"In the bedding plants we really saw a difference in the results; they were much hardier and tougher. You could drop a tray of these plants on the ground and they would not shatter, like ordinary plants. "We also noticed that the treated plants needed far less fertiliser than the untreated ones. The roots took the nutrients in better whereas with other normal plants leaching of minerals occurs," explains Harold Lawler.

Impressed, Harold Lawler's research team carried out further extensive tests on a wide variety of vegetable plants: "The iceberg lettuces were far superior with faster germination, and with carrots for example, the crops were on average 46 per cent heavier," explains Harold Lawler.

he Kew Gardens botanists were not just impressed with the research; they used the technology to restore to life a very rare orchid which had been lying dormant and practically dead in a greenhouse bell jar since 1942. Amazingly, the orchid is now flourishing once again.

Intriguingly, chickens and sheep fed the energised water turned into giants. . . but that's another story! Limerick University off- campus company ZPM Europe Ltd, who are based in the National Technology Park, Limerick, is now manufacturing the Vi-Aqua technology. - Wave goodbye to global warming, GM and pesticides

05/24/15 - Bulletproof butttt...pure schadenfreude
Aside from the fact that the engineers behind this limo hadn't thought of hydraulic lifts, anyone else paid attention to the sound of steel when the bottom of the car hit the bump? Sounded like a thousand tonnes of steel. Now that's a really armored car! And it reveals a basic flaw (besides aerial attack) of any ground based 2d transport. - Bulletproof butttt...pure schadenfreude



05/24/15 - Scientists have discovered a way to ‘grow’ meat
The reality is that there are several downsides to society's growing appetite for meat. Cheap meat, for one, might leave consumers with extra cash, but it has — largely — come at the expense of animal welfare. It also isn't great for the planet, which the U.S. government recently noted. "Meat is undoubtedly an environmentally expensive food," Vaclav Smil wrote in his 2013 book "Should We Eat Meat?"

But what if there were a way to produce meat that would avail us of the need to slaughter animals? What if we could continue to order hamburgers without also feeding the livestock industry as much as a third of the world's grain production? And what if it could be done for a reasonable price?

Professor Mark Post, who is part of the faculty at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, has been asking that question for almost a decade now. Two years ago, Post's team of researchers presented their first major discovery in the form of a five-ounce hamburger patty, which was created in a lab, but still was remarkably similar to ones sold on supermarket shelves. The reception was promising: The media was abuzz, and the BBC made several food critics try it, one of whom conceded "this is meat to me, it's not falling apart."

"It was $350,000 when we first publicized the patty," said Post. "At this point we've already managed to cut the cost by almost 80 percent. I don't think it will be long before we hit our goal of 65 to 70 dollars per kilo."

"The thing is, you can take those cells and then let them replicate as they would in the case of injury inside the body of a cow," Post said. "And you can help them form muscle tissue again." The process is hardly straightforward. Rather, it involves carefully extracting the cells, allowing them to multiply and then coercing them into differentiating. Once the cells have differentiated, which is a fancy term for the process in which cells change to assume different responsibilities, they combine into muscle fibers, at which point protein forms.

"The result are these little strips of tissue," Post said. "It's the same tissue grown by cells inside of the body. Except we grow them outside of it." It takes about 20,000 of them to make the burger publicized in 2013. Post expects to be able to produce the patties on a large enough scale to sell them for under $10 a piece in a matter of five years. "Once we can grow the tissue in a reactor the size of an Olympic swimming pool, we should be able to achieve that sort of volume," Post said. "For perspective, half a swimming pool would allow us to feed about 20,000 people for a year." - Scientists have discovered a way to ‘grow’ meat

05/24/15 - 80 cents a tooth
Ignoring noisy buses and curious onlookers, street dentist Allah Baksh plunges his hands into a patient's mouth to fit a sparkling set of dentures for $12 in the Indian city of Bangalore. With his plastic stool, mirror and glass cases of teeth on display, Baksh is among hundreds of such dentists frowned upon by their licenced counterparts in rapidly modernising India. But the 54-year-old insists he is providing an essential service to tens of millions of poor who cannot afford a visit to a sterilised clinic. "There are millions of poor people in this country who cannot pay for expensive dental treatment," Baksh told AFP in between customers at his makeshift clinic where his tools include a large, metal file.

Alongside his younger brother, son and nephew, Baksh set up their clinic 14 years ago outside a bus stand, where together they make and fit dentures for some 20 customers a day. A full set of teeth, molded and ready to fit in 30 minutes, costs as little as 800 rupees ($12), while a single false tooth sells for 50 rupees (80 cents). Tools are thoroughly washed in soap and water—but not disinfected.

The teeth in all shapes and sizes are made in China and in India from dental cement. Soft pink adhesive is then moulded for gums and the teeth stuck in, with the dentists saying their handiwork lasts for at least four years.

India passed a law in 1948 allowing only licensed dentists to treat patients, but the legislation's vague and outdated wording about exactly what constitutes a dentist has allowed many unregistered ones to operate. - 80 cents a tooth

05/24/15 - Brain-Controlled Bionic Legs Are Finally Here
For a full decade, Gudmundur Olafsson was unable to move his right ankle. That's because it wasn't there. Olafsson's amputated lower leg was the delayed casualty of an accident from his childhood in Iceland, when he was hit by an oil truck. “I lived in pain for 28 years,” says Olafsson. “After 50-plus operations, I had it off.” For years after the operation he wore a Proprio Foot, a prosthetic with a motorized, battery-powered ankle, sold by the Reykjavik-based company Ossur.

The Proprio is essentially a wearable robot, with algorithms and sensors that automatically adjust the angle of the foot during different points in its wearer's stride. Olafsson's ankle moved on autopilot.

But 14 months ago Ossur upgraded his hardware. Now, at age 48, Olafsson can move his right ankle by thinking about it. When the electrical impulse from his brain reaches the base of his leg, a pair of sensors embedded in his muscle tissue connect the neural dots, and wirelessly transmit that signal to the Proprio Foot. Since the command reaches the foot before the wearer's residual muscles actually contract, there's no unnatural lag between intention and action. That makes Olafsson part of a highly exclusive club.

Along with David Ingvasson, a fellow Ossur tester, he's one of the only people on the planet who owns a brain-controlled bionic limb. Ossur unveiled its implanted myoelectric sensor (IMES) technology today at an event in Copenhagen, and is now preparing large-scale clinical trials, in the hopes of reaching the market in three to five years.

Ossur's sensor-linked limbs, meanwhile, have stood up to the abuses of everyday activity in Iceland and England (where Olafsson now lives). During the 14-month testing period, the company's two “first-in-man” subjects have worn the devices as their sole prostheses. Ossur checks the equipment and collects data, but the limbs are theirs. And the surgery to implant the sensors was minimal. According to Thorvaldur Ingvarsson, an orthopedic surgeon and head of R&D at Ossur, the procedure took 15 minutes, and each sensor required a single-centimeter-long incision. The tiny sensors (3 millimeters-by-80 millimeters) are powered by magnetic coils embedded in the socket -- the cushioned, hollow component that fits over a user's residual limb, and connects to the prosthesis. Since there are no integrated batteries to deal with, there's no need to replace the sensors (unless they fail for other reasons). “We believe this is a lifelong sensor,” says Ingvarsson.

Another thing that differentiates this mind-controlled prosthesis is its simplicity. The sensors, which were provided to Ossur by the Alfred Mann Foundation, don't have to be attached to specific nerves. That also means that tissue doesn't have to be harvested from other, more nerve-dense parts of the subject's body. The prosthesis moves based on which sensor—the front or rear—picks up an impulse in local muscle tissue. If Olafsson moves his calf muscles, the robotic foot follows suit. “It's really surreal,” he says. “The first time, to be honest, I started to cry. You are moving the ankle, and I basically haven't had one in 11 years.” (Click link for video) - Brain-Controlled Bionic Legs Are Finally Here

05/24/15 - Google Tone broadcasts URLs
KeelyNet Google Tone is an experimental feature that could be used to easily share browser pages, search results, videos and other pages among devices in an office, classroom or family setting, according to Google Research.

While it can’t pass through walls or travel beyond earshot, the system is designed to make sharing browser URLs as easy as talking to people nearby. “The initial prototype used an efficient audio transmission scheme that sounded terrible, so we played it beyond the range of human hearing,” researcher Alex Kauffmann and software engineer Boris Smus wrote in a post on the Google Research blog.

While microphones on laptops and video conferencing devices are optimized for the human voice, the extension incorporates a codec based on dual-tone multi-frequency signaling (DTMF), a system that has long been used in conventional telephony. Tone works at low volumes and can be used over Hangouts, but it can be affected by speaker volume and microphone sensitivity.

When the extension is installed, an icon of a megaphone appears at the top right in Chrome. With the device’s volume on, sharing a URL is done by clicking the icon. Users have to be logged into their Google account, and their profile names and photos are displayed alongside the URL in incoming Tone notifications. - Google Tone broadcasts URLs

05/24/15 - Weird, wonderful, amazing and rare low cost eBooks, CDs and DVDs
KeelyNet You can download any mix of our eBooks or order collections on CD to save money.

We also have unusual DVDs that you might find of interest. Here is your chance to build your library and your understanding of how the universe works.

And our eBook Collections include John Worrell Keely, Walter Russell, Chandra Bose, Rejuvenation, Homeopathy and Learning to Draw to build your skills, and much, much more. Your purchases help support Keelynet, so thanks! - JWD - Check out Vanguard Sciences or try a Mexistim

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05/24/15 - The Mexistim Polarity Cycler
KeelyNet For over 12 years now, I have slept over a 3 X 4 foot wirescreen which is connected to my Mexistim on my nightstand. I leave it on all the time using the included AC/DC adapter. It uses very little electricity.

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

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

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

Now with free shipping to USA and Canada!

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

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05/20/15 - Bladeless wind turbines shake to generate electricity
Instead of using the wind to rotate a blade, the company's pillars shake back and forth from the vortices created by the movement of air around the structure. Engineers look to avoid these forces when designing buildings and other structures, but the Vortex turbine takes advantage of this phenomenon to oscillate in the wind. Typically, a structure can only be optimized to oscillate at the specific frequencies caused by a certain wind speed, but Vortex says it is using magnets to adjust the turbine on the fly to get the most from whatever the wind speeds happen to be. Once the structure starts vibrating, an alternator in the base of the device then converts the mechanical movement into electricity.

But why bother switching from traditional wind turbines in the first place? Well, Vortex claims that energy produced by its turbines will cost around 40 percent less than energy made from wind turbines that are operating today. A large part of that cost reduction comes from maintenance — since the Vortex doesn't have moving parts or gears, it should last longer and it won't require periodic lubrication. The simpler design also means that manufacturing costs are about half that of a traditional wind turbine (those massive blades are expensive). That said, Vortex tells Wired that its bladeless design captures around 30 percent less energy than a regular turbine. The company does note, however, that it's possible to fit more of the Vortex models in the same area. And, as a bonus, the bladeless turbines are silent.

Vortex is working on a few different sizes; its "Mini," a 41-foot model, should be ready for commercialization next year, while a larger, industrial model is in the works for 2018. - Bladeless wind turbines shake to generate electricity

05/20/15 - The Death of the Green Energy Movement
The green energy movement in America is dead. May it rest in peace. No, a majority of American energy over the next 20 years is not going to come from windmills and solar panels. One important lesson to be learned from the green energy fad’s rapid and expensive demise is that central planning doesn’t work.

What crushed green energy was the boom in shale oil and gas along with the steep decline in the price of fossil fuel that few saw coming just a few years ago.

A new International Energy Agency report concedes that green energy is in fast retreat and is getting crushed by “the recent drop in fossil fuel prices.” It finds that the huge price advantage for oil and natural gas means “fossil plants still dominate recent (electric power) capacity additions.”

According to a 2015 report by the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, over the past 5 years, the U.S. government spent $150 billion on “solar power and other renewable energy projects.” Even with fracking changing the energy world, these blindfolded sages stuck with their wild green-eyed fantasy that wind turbines were the future.

Meanwhile, the return of $2.50 a gallon gasoline at the pump is flattening the battery car market. A recent report from the trade publication Fusion notes: “electric vehicle purchases in the U.S. have stagnated.” According to auto analysts at Edmunds.com, “only 45 percent of this year’s hybrid and EV trade-ins have gone toward the purchase of another alternative fuel vehicle. That’s down from just over 60 percent in 2012.” - The Death of the Green Energy Movement

05/20/15 - Wallpaper TV
LG's 55inch screen is less than 1mm thick, and weighs 1.9kg. Instead of a cumbersome mount, it is simply placed on wall using magnets.

LG Display said the OLED TV is at the moment just a concept. At a press event in Korea on Tuesday, it showed off the system. It uses a magnetic mat that sits behind it on the wall. The TV can then be stuck to a wall using the pad.

To remove the display from the wall, you peel the screen off the mat. The firm hopes that OLED TVs are set to explode in popularity. They mean TVs that are much slimmer since the screen emits light itself without a backlight unit, unlike the liquid crystal display (LCD).

LG Display will keep its focus on large screens, with a plan to introduce an OLED panel as big as 99 inches within this year, the executive said. The company has released its 55-inch, 66-inch and 77-inch OLED models earlier in the year. The company also cited comments made at the press event by Ching W. Tang, a professor at the University of Rochester in New York and 'the father of OLED' according to CNET. He said OLED displays will not become ubiquitous for another five to 10 years.

At that point, Tang said, they could outpace LCDs in total shipments. OLED is widely believed to be the next frontier. The technology adds an organic compound layer that allows not only for exceedingly thin screens, but for those displays to be curved. The organic material also emits its own light, eliminating the need for a backlight.

That allows for such thin screens and has made OLED a desirable choice not only for televisions, but for a wide range of wearables and other mobile products. LG Display believes OLED could be the de facto display technology in all products in the future. While some OLED screens have been used by companies like Samsung, LG and Sony, the costs are still quite high to produce the displays.

Part of that cost is due to a historically low yield, or production of displays that are actually functional. More waste means higher costs on the screens that do make it through production. Those costs are then passed on to consumers. LG's 65-inch, 4K OLED TV, for instance, costs $9,000. (click for video) - Wallpaper TV

05/20/15 - We should be squatting, NOT sitting to poo
KeelyNet Advice comes from Giulia Enders, a German microbiologist and author. Says sitting on the loo has caused numerous digestive health problems. Points to Asia, where squatting is the norm and the problems don't exist. Advises the best method for a successful bowel movement is to 'sit with your feet on a little stool and lean forward'.

Sitting is in fact all wrong, and actually prolongs the process, explains Ms Enders, who is studying in Frankfurt for her medical doctorate in microbiology. It may also explain why haemorrhoids (piles) and painful bowel diseases such as diverticulitis are more common in the West than in Asia, she adds. She told The Guardian: '1.2 billion people around the world who squat have almost no incidence of diverticulitis and fewer problems with piles.

'We in the West, on the other hand, squeeze our gut tissue until it comes out of our bottoms.' Instead, the correct way is to squat. Although you can climb on your toilet seat and squat, the kink can also be ironed out by sitting with your feet on a little stool and leaning forward. Ms Enders adds there is a wealth of research that shows squatting is a more effective way to evacuate the bowels.

This is because the closure mechanism of the gut is not designed to 'open the hatch completely' when we’re sitting down or standing up: it’s like a kinked hose. Speaking to BBC Radio 4 on Woman's Hour, she explained: 'When you sit or stand, there's a muscle that goes around the end of the colon and it pulls, so there's a curve.

'When we're in a squatting position, and have a little stool in front of the toilet, then the angle is even and straight, so there's less pressure needed.' 'Squatting is far more natural and puts less pressure on our bottoms.'

Some experts claim we all used to squat - until the middle of the 19th century - and the demise of squatting is to blame for soaring rates of bowel and digestive issues. As US-based doctor Joseph Mercola writes on his webpage: 'Infants instinctively squat to defecate, as does the majority of the world's population. - We should be squatting, NOT sitting to poo

05/20/15 - Four hours to the Moon?
Nasa is thought to have successfully tested a revolutionary power source. Claimed it could fly for eons at the equivalent of 450 million miles an hour. It is powered by a device similar to that found in a microwave oven. Invented by now retired British scientist Roger Shawyer a decade ago.

U.S. space agency Nasa is thought to have successfully tested a revolutionary new power source that could enable spacecraft to travel to the Moon in just four hours instead of more than three days and to Mars in two or three weeks instead of seven months. Compact enough to fit into a suitcase, this whizzy new device could — it is claimed — keep flying for eons, at the equivalent of an astonishing 450 million miles an hour.

Load up the spacecraft, we’re all off for a long weekend on Venus! The invention fuelling such hopes is called an electromagnetic drive or EmDrive — and it’s powered by a device similar to that found in a microwave oven. It was invented by British scientist Roger Shawyer, who has endured years of ridicule since he unveiled it nearly a decade ago.

Critics insisted his invention was a scientific impossibility because it broke one of the basic laws of physics governing the universe. This rule is Sir Isaac Newton’s third law: that if you push in one direction, you accelerate in the opposite. Indeed, every rocket engine ever made has fired burning rocket fuel out behind it, thus powering the craft forward.

But the EmDrive doesn’t use a propellent. It works by converting electric power — from solar panels or a small on-board nuclear reactor — into forward thrust. According to some scientists, it is the ‘impossible drive’. The scepticism, however, hasn’t stopped EmDrive’s development rights being bought by aircraft giant Boeing and the UK Government funding the early development of Mr Shawyer’s ideas.

Mr Shawyer says: ‘There’s no magic in it. It fully complies with the laws of Newton, Einstein and [Scottish physicist James] Maxwell. You need to understand microwave engine-ering, which a lot of people don’t. But the physics behind it is pretty straightforward.’ It was Maxwell who worked out in the 1870s that light exerts a force on any surface it hits, like wind on a sail.

But that force tends to be tiny, unless you can amplify it. Mr Shawyer says he did just that. Experimenting with microwaves, which behave in a similar way to light waves, he used a magnetron — a device found in microwave ovens — to bounce them back and forth between the ends of a closed tube. His crucial discovery was that if you make one end of the tube wider, they exert more pressure on the other end, thereby pushing the whole thing forward. Nasa researchers claimed when lasers were fired into their EmDrive’s chamber, some of them travelled ‘faster than the speed of light’, suggesting it could power a craft at the same velocity.

Mr Shawyer is sceptical, saying he believes such speeds are impossible. The imagination is your only restraining factor. He also explains that the EmDrive accelerates gradually but continuously as long as you keep powering it with electricity (via solar or nuclear power). Its inventor calculates that an interstellar probe would take ten years to reach two-thirds the speed of light, which he sees as pretty much the limit of how fast we could practically travel. - Four hours to the Moon?

05/20/15 - Scientists restore youthful vigour to adult brains
Scientists, led by an Indian-origin researcher, have successfully coaxed old brain processes to become young again, paving the way for new treatments for brain disorders such as autism and schizophrenia.

University of California-Irvine neurobiologist Sunil Gandhi and colleagues re-created a critical juvenile period in the brains of adult mice, reactivating brain plasticity — the rapid and robust changes in neural pathways and synapses as a result of learning and experience. They achieved this by transplanting a certain type of embryonic neuron into the brains of adult mice.

Transplanted neurons express GABA, a chief inhibitory neurotransmitter that aids in motor control, vision and many other cortical functions. Much like older muscles lose their youthful flexibility, older brains lose plasticity. But in the study, the transplanted GABA neurons created a new period of heightened plasticity that allowed for vigorous rewiring of the adult brain. In a sense, old brain processes became young again.

In early life, normal visual experience is crucial to properly wire connections in the visual system. Impaired vision during this time leads to a long-lasting visual deficit called amblyopia. In an attempt to restore normal sight, the researchers transplanted GABA neurons into the visual cortex of adult amblyopic mice. "Several weeks after transplantation, when the donor animal's visual system would be going through its critical period, the amblyopic mice started to see with normal visual acuity," said Melissa Davis, a postdoctoral fellow and lead author of the study. - Scientists restore youthful vigour to adult brains

05/20/15 - Navy's New Laser Weapon: Hype Or Reality?
MIT's Subrata Ghoshroy deconstructs the Navy's recent claim of successful testing with the Laser Weapon System. It seems the test videos released to the press in December were nothing more than a dog-and-pony show with scaled-down expectations so as to appear successful:

"When they couldn't get a laser lightweight enough to fit on a ship while still being powerful enough to burn through the metal skin of an incoming nuclear missile, they simply changed their goal to something akin to puncturing the side of an Iranian rubber dinghy."

Ghoshroy is an entertaining writer and an old hand in the laser research industry. He gives a explanation here of the history of laser weapons, and how the search for combat-ready tech continues:

'At the end of the day, good beam quality and good SWAP—size, weight and power—still determine the success or failure of a given laser weapon, and we're just not anywhere near meeting all those requirements simultaneously.' - Navy's New Laser Weapon: Hype Or Reality?

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05/16/15 - Future Weapons Door-Breacher
With a regular bullet fired from a regular M-16, the Rafael Simon Door-Breacher can safely open any reinforced door from a distance of 30 yards. It’s perfect for urban warfare, and for safely rescuing hostages. Most of the time the walls of whatever is being protected are much easier to break through than the door. Thanks Norm for the headsup on this! - JWD (click for video link) - Future Weapons Door-Breacher

05/16/15 - Texas' Decade-Long Megadrought Put on Hold While Texas Floods

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Remember a couple of years ago when Texas was in such a deep, seemingly-irreversible drought that experts trumpeted it as the next great megadrought, the likes of which would cause Texas to poof into a pile of dust by the end of the decade? The people currently wading through their living rooms remember.

Texas’ drought situation continues to improve week after week due to the extremely wet pattern that’s parked itself across the south-central part of the country over the past month or two. Just about everyone across the Lone Star State has seen excessive rainfall from recent storms, many of which resulted in training events, or storms bubbling up and continuously moving over the same area like train cars on railroad tracks.

The result is that some areas have seen more than 600% of their normal rainfall over the past 30 days, and precipitation will continue to fall through at least the weekend, if not longer. We’ve already seen more than a foot of rain over many locations in the past two weeks, leading to some dire flash flooding across the southern Plains.

Through all of the flooding and damage, though, is a bright side: it’s actively wiping out the drought. The fact that the rain is sustained and not just a fleeting downpour means that the excess water is helping at least as much as it’s hurting, and the drought is slowly vanishing before our eyes. Thanks to all of our Texas rainmakers out there for helping our state! - JWD - Texas' Decade-Long Megadrought Put on Hold While Texas Floods

05/16/15 - Swiss launch shocking video to deter cellphone distraction deaths
A hard-hitting video campaign has been launched by Swiss officials to prevent young people from getting killed while distracted by their cellphones. Entitled "The Magic Trick," the video sees a narrator introduce a character named Jonas, a 24-year-old who enjoys listening to music and messaging friends — even while walking near traffic. - Swiss launch shocking video to deter cellphone distraction deaths

05/16/15 - 'Wake up America! - Dr. John Coleman
Dr. John Coleman, being a historian in intelligence community, researched in full scope the sinister forces behind the New world order movement. This video lecture represents a culmination of his findings about secret societies which form this global movement and how it came into existence. (click for video link) - 'Wake up America! - Dr. John Coleman

05/16/15 - Throw it in the air and start running
Today a startup called Lily is trying to move a step closer to that future with a drone that you can literally just toss into the air and then ignore, leaving it to pilot itself. The Lily was created by Antoine Balaresque and Henry Bradlow, who met while studying computer science and working at the UC Berkeley Robotics Laboratory.

To follow its subject, it relies on a small GPS tracker that the user carries in their pocket or wears on their wrist, but the drone also incorporates computer vision technology that can recognize its owner and use algorithms to more precisely frame them within a scene. The tracking device also records audio that syncs with your video, something no other drone offers, as the rotors would typically drown out sound.

"Cameras right now are limited by the skill of the human operator. Most of the time that means non-professionals getting less than ideal shots," says Bradlow. "With a flying camera, you can get amazing shots and angles regardless of who is using it." For example, sensor data from the tracker can automatically trigger a slow mode or burst mode when it senses you going off a jump. It shoots in 1080p at 60 frames per second and captures 12 megapixel stills.

In terms of hardware, the Lily was built to mimic the attributes of an action cam, with a polycarbonate hull that can withstand a hard crash. For extra protection, the camera is internal, not mounted on an exterior gimbal. It’s rated as waterproof to IP67, putting it on par with the recent Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone.

The pitch here is that you can drop it off the side of your kayak or let it float next to your surfboard while you wait for the moment to have it launch, follow, and film you. The construction has some trade-offs. To keep the waterproof ability and extend flight time to over 20 minutes, for example, the creators decided to forgo a battery you can swap in and out, so you have to charge the entire unit. (click for video link) - Throw it in the air and start running

05/16/15 - The Secret to Financial Success
You and your girlfriend can live like a king! Just follow these proven 13 steps:

1. Don’t get married.
2. Use your mom's address to get mail sent to you.
3. Guy buys a house.
4. Guy rents out house to his girl girlfriend who has 2 of his kids.
5. Section 8 will pay $900 a month for a 3 bedroom home.
6. Girlfriend signs up for Obama-care so guy doesn't have to pay out the butt for family insurance.
7. Girlfriend gets to go to college for free being a single mother.
8. Girlfriend gets $600 a month for food stamps.
9. Girlfriend gets free cell phone.
10. Girlfriend get free utilities.
11. Guy moves into home but uses mom's house to get mail sent to him.
12. Girlfriend claims one kid and guy claims one kid on taxes. Now you both get to claim head of house hold at $1,800 credit.
13. Girlfriend gets disability for being "crazy" or having a COPD (actually anything will work) at $1,800 a month and never has to work again.

This plan is perfectly legal and is being executed now by millions of people. A married couple with a stay-at-home mom yields $0. An unmarried couple with a stay-at-home mom Nets:

Disability: $21,600
Free Housing: $10,800
Obama care: $6,000
Food Stamps: $ 6,000
Pell Grant: $ 6,000
Tuition Free: $12,000
Tax Benefit: $ 8,800 (single mom)

Total: $75,000 a year in benefits

Any idea why this country is $18+ trillion in debt? Any idea why so many children are born with no "Father?" (Thanks to Linda Veach for sharing this. - JWD) - The Secret to Financial Success

05/16/15 - Yves Rossy Flies His Jetpack Over Dubai
We mark a new milestone in the chapter of human flight. Join Jetman Yves Rossy and his protege, Jetman Vince Reffet as they explore the limits in the city of dreams. "The real dream is to be completely free" Armed with GoPros and flanked by a professional camera team, Rossy and his protégé Vince Reffet do some stunning tricks and stunts while flying at 120 miles per hour through the hot Arabian sky. (click for video link) - Yves Rossy Flies His Jetpack Over Dubai

05/16/15 - Genome editing could lead to cure for sickle cell anemia
UNSW Australia researchers have shown that changing just a single letter of the DNA of human red blood cells in the laboratory increases their production of oxygen-carrying haemoglobin - a world-first advance that could lead to a cure for sickle cell anaemia and other blood disorders.

The new genome editing technique, in which a beneficial, naturally-occurring genetic mutation is introduced into cells, works by switching on a sleeping gene that is active in the womb but turned off in most people after birth. "Our laboratory study provides a proof of concept that changing just one letter of DNA in a gene could alleviate the symptoms of sickle cell anaemia and thalassaemia - inherited diseases in which people have damaged haemoglobin.

"Because the good genetic variation we introduced already exists in nature, this approach should be effective and safe. However more research is needed before it can be tested in people as a possible cure for serious blood diseases." The study, by Professor Crossley, UNSW PhD student Beeke Wienert, and colleagues, is published in the journal Nature Communications.

People produce two different kinds of haemoglobin - the vital molecule that picks up oxygen in the lungs and transports it around the body. "During development in the womb, the foetal haemoglobin gene is switched on. This produces foetal haemoglobin, which has a high affinity for oxygen, allowing the baby to snatch oxygen from its mother's blood," says Professor Crossley. "After we are born, the foetal haemoglobin gene is shut off and the adult haemoglobin gene is switched on."

Mutations affecting adult haemoglobin are among the most common of all human genetic mutations, with about five per cent of the world's population carrying a defective adult haemoglobin gene. People who inherit two mutant genes - one from their mother and one from their father - have damaged haemoglobin and suffer from life-threatening diseases such as sickle cell anaemia and thalassaemia, which require life-long treatment with blood transfusions and medication.

The researchers based their new approach on the fact that a small number of people with damaged adult haemoglobin have an additional, beneficial mutation in the foetal haemoglobin gene. "This good mutation keeps their foetal haemoglobin gene switched on for the whole of their lives, and reduces their symptoms significantly," says Professor Crossley.

The researchers introduced this single-letter mutation into human red blood cells using genome-editing proteins known as TALENs, which can be designed to cut a gene at a specific point, as well as providing the desired piece of donor DNA for insertion. "Breaks in DNA can be lethal to cells, so they have in-built machinery to repair any nicks as soon as possible, by grabbing any spare DNA that seems to match - much like you might darn a red sock with any spare red wool lying around," says Professor Crossley. "We exploited this effect. When our genome editing protein cuts the DNA, the cell quickly replaces it with the donor DNA that we have also provided." - Genome editing could lead to cure for sickle cell anemia

05/16/15 - To Laid-Off Southern California Edison Workers: Boo-Hoo
Speaking at a National Journal LIVE event that was sponsored by Mark Zuckerberg's FWD.us and Laurene Powell Jobs' Emerson Collective, FWD.us "Major Contributor" Lars Dalgaard was asked about the fate of 500 laid-off Southern California Edison IT workers, whose forced training of their H-1B worker replacements from offshore outsourcing companies sparked a bipartisan Senate investigation.

"If you want the job, make yourself able to get the job," quipped an unsympathetic Dalgaard (YouTube). "Nobody's going to hold you up and carry you around...If you're not going to work hard enough to be qualified to get the job...well then, you don't deserve the job."

"That might be harsh," remarked interviewer Niharika Acharya. Turning to co-interviewee Pierre-Jean Cobut, FWD.us's poster child for increasing the H-1B visa cap, Acharya asked, "Do you agree with him?" "Actually, I do," replied PJ, drawing laughs from the crowd. - To Laid-Off Southern California Edison Workers: Boo-Hoo

05/16/15 - Fired For Disabling 24 hour GPS App That Tracked Her
Myrna Arias claims she was fired for refusing to run an app that would track her location even when she was off the clock. She is now suing Intermex Wire Transfer LLC in a Kern County Superior Court. Her claim reads in part: "After researching the app and speaking with a trainer from Xora, Plaintiff and her co-workers asked whether Intermex would be monitoring their movements while off duty.

Stubits admitted that employees would be monitored while off duty and bragged that he knew how fast she was driving at specific moments ever since she installed the app on her phone.

Plaintiff expressed that she had no problem with the app's GPS function during work hours, but she objected to the monitoring of her location during non-work hours and complained to Stubits that this was an invasion of her privacy.

She likened the app to a prisoner's ankle bracelet and informed Stubits that his actions were illegal. Stubits replied that she should tolerate the illegal intrusion...." - Fired For Disabling 24 hour GPS App That Tracked Her

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