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04/26/15 - Mobile Pyrolyzer for waste to fuel
4 billion people can't recycle. This is a crisis. But why can't these communities recycle? One word: Access. Many countries, cities, and communities in the developing world don't have the money or the political will to invest in recycling infrastructure such as recycling trucks and centralized recycling facilities. Without access to recycling, plastics and oil run into waterways and end up in communities' ground water and the world's oceans. We have created an innovative, scalable, and sustainable solution to give everyone in the world access to recycling. Now we need you're generous support to launch.

We have invented the Micro Recycling Facility ("Mike" for short), that fits on the bed of a truck and recycles plastic and waste engine oil into diesel, kerosene, and gasoline. The Mike uses a process called "pyrolysis" - the same process and technology done at a big expensive recycling facility but we've shrunk it down to make it mobile and decentralized. (Click for video) - Mobile Pyrolyzer for waste to fuel

04/26/15 - Clean power generated WITHOUT relying on fossil fuels
KeelyNet Bath and Yale University scientists reveal clean hydrogen power. Using a new material they say it can be generated from easily from water. A new molecular catalyst splits water and makes storable energy. Breakthrough could provide the world with more sustainable fuels.

Lead research Dr Ulrich Hintermair told MailOnline that the main problem with the production of hydrogen through a process known as water electrolysis was the waste oxygen it produces.

The process splits water into hydrogen and oxygen but, while the first part can be done quite efficiently, the latter was more difficult and lots of energy is lost. With this in mind the team designed a catalyst - a substance that alters the speed of the chemical reaction - to improve the efficiency. ‘Oxygen is the most difficult bit,’ Dr Hintermair explained.

Their catalyst, placed on an electrode used in the production of hydrogen, is much more efficient - and although Dr Hintermair didn’t have an exact figure, he said the energy loss using it is ‘almost non-existent’.

The major benefit from this breakthrough is that hydrogen could now be used more easily as a way to store energy from renewable sources like wind and solar.

'Hydrogen is a fantastically versatile and environmentally friendly fuel, however, hydrogen-powered applications are only as "green" as the hydrogen on which they run,' he said. 'Currently, over 90 per cent is derived from fossil fuels. If we want to bring about a clean hydrogen economy we must first generate clean hydrogen. 'This new molecular catalyst will hopefully play a large role in helping create hydrogen from renewable energy sources such as solar power. 'We are also interested in applying this technology to other forms of renewable energy such as tidal, wind and wave power.'

Update 04/27/15 thanks to Raymond - United States Patent Application 20150021194 - Sheehan; Stafford Wheeler - IRIDIUM COMPLEXES FOR ELECTROCATALYSIS. Which ties in with Gumby's Close Encounter - Comment #2; "So the cartoon says to grow a crystal in zero gravity and wrap it in iridium, then what? The 3 hour Bill Cooper video is at; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUCTSXs-ZBA I don't care about the source of any information if it can be proven as workable and used in the real world. Iridium is the 2nd densest and one of the rarest elements on earth. The radioisotope iridium-192 is one of the two most important sources of energy for use in industrial ?-radiography for non-destructive testing of metals. - Jerry at keelynet.com" - Clean power generated WITHOUT relying on fossil fuels

04/26/15 - Potassium Salt Outperforms Precious Metals As a Catalyst
KeelyNet A team of Caltech chemists has discovered a method for producing a group of silicon-containing organic chemicals without relying on expensive precious metal catalysts. Instead, the new technique uses as a catalyst a cheap, abundant chemical that is commonly found in chemistry labs around the world—potassium tert-butoxide—to help create a host of products ranging from new medicines to advanced materials. And it turns out that the potassium salt is more effective than state-of-the-art precious metal complexes at running very challenging chemical reactions.

"We have shown for the first time that you can efficiently make carbon–silicon bonds with a safe and inexpensive catalyst based on potassium rather than ultrarare precious metals like platinum, palladium, and iridium," says Anton Toutov, a graduate student working in the laboratory of Bob Grubbs, Caltech's Victor and Elizabeth Atkins Professor of Chemistry. "We're very excited because this new method is not only 'greener' and more efficient, but it is also thousands of times less expensive than what's currently out there for making useful chemical building blocks. This is a technology that the chemical industry could readily adopt."

The finding marks one of the first cases in which catalysis—the use of catalysts to make certain reactions occur faster, more readily, or at all—moves away from being a practice that is fundamentally unsustainable. While the precious metals in most catalysts are rare and could eventually run out, potassium is an abundant element on Earth.

The current project got its start a couple of years ago when coauthor Alexey Fedorov—then a postdoctoral scholar in the Grubbs lab (now at ETH Zürich)—was working on a completely different problem. He was trying to break carbon–oxygen bonds in biomass using simple silicon-containing compounds, metals, and potassium tert-butoxide, which is a common additive. During that process, he ran a control experiment—one without a metal catalyst—leaving only potassium tert-butoxide as the reagent. Remarkably, the reaction still worked. And when Toutov—who was working with Fedorov—analyzed the reaction further, he realized that in addition to the expected products, the reaction was making small amounts of organosilanes. This was unexpected since organosilanes are very challenging to produce. "I thought that was impossible, so I went back and checked it many times," Toutov says. "Sure enough, it checked out!"

Bolstered by the finding, Toutov refined the reaction so that it would create only a single desired organosilane in high yield under mild conditions, with hydrogen gas as the only byproduct. Then he expanded the scope of the reaction to produce industrially useful chemicals such as molecules needed for new materials and derivatives of pharmaceutical substances.

Having demonstrated the broad applicability of the reaction, Toutov teamed up with Liu from Stoltz's group to further develop the chemistry for the synthesis of building blocks relevant to the preparation of new human medicines, a field in which Stoltz has been active for over a decade.

Toutov says that unlike some other catalysts that stop working or become sensitive to air or water when scaled up from the single-gram scale, this new catalyst seems to be robust enough to be used at large, industrial scales. To demonstrate the industrial viability of the process, the Caltech team used the method to synthesize nearly 150 grams of a valuable organosilane—the largest amount of this chemical product that has been produced by a single catalytic reaction. The reaction required no solvent, generated hydrogen gas as the only byproduct, and proceeded at 45°C—the lowest reported temperature at which this reaction has successfully run, to date.

"This discovery just shows how little we in fact know about chemistry," says Stoltz. "People constantly try to tell us how mature our field is, but there is so much fundamental chemistry that we still don't understand." - Potassium Salt Outperforms Precious Metals As a Catalyst

04/26/15 - 5 Cars that Do Not Run on Gasoline
If you are worried that the world is going to run out of crude oil, you do not need to be afraid because it is a hoax. Crude oil is naturally created by the Earth, so as long as we give the Earth enough time, she can replenish the crude oil. Even though we still have a lot of crude oil left, it is best to stop using it to produce gasoline to power cars in the near future, because it is polluting and destroying our planet at nearly critical levels.

The five short videos in this article will show you that we already have the technologies to create cars that do not run on gasoline. Some of these cars do not even require fuel to run because they run on “free energy.” The sad thing is that some of these alternative energy technologies have existed since the early 1900s, but the inventors of these technologies have been forcibly silenced by the oil cartels. (Click for videos) - 5 Cars that Do Not Run on Gasoline

04/26/15 - Try to Explain This!
We've no idea how he does it, but 31-year-old Jamie Raven has everyone mesmerised with his clever conjuring act. After presenting the Judges with special BGT £50 notes, it's time to see what other tricks the magician has up his sleeve. Even Simon is won over: "I now actually believe in magic, like some people believe in ghosts!" - Try to Explain This!

04/26/15 - The Forever Monthly Bill
We recently found out we had been paying a monthly bill for more than a year for something we didn’t even want. If we hadn’t canceled a credit card, we wouldn’t have noticed.

This perpetual billing stems from giving out your credit card number for a free trial. “You can cancel at any time,” the pitch always says, and of course you can – but people often forget. It’s called a business plan, but it’s more like a business scam. For instance we recently got a pitch from Netflix for a free month of their movies and shows. Now we have nothing against Netflix and in fact were once customers, but to get the free month we had to give them credit card info. What are the chances that after the week is up we’ll forget to cancel the service? For us, pretty good. In fact, we would guess that the percentage of people who forget to cancel these free offers is substantial.

But there’s a way to avoid this kind of hit, and here it is: Use PayPal. If you don’t have a PayPal account – and millions do because it’s used frequently for Internet transactions — you can register for one for free at PayPal.com. To take yourself off the hook for recurring payments, log into your account and click the picture of a gear in the upper right corner. Click “preapproved payments,” then click the name of the merchant, and click “cancel.” Three fourths of the time we forget to cancel continuing payments and we’re sure we would have forgotten Netflix too if we hadn’t done the PayPal cancellation as soon as we signed up. By the way, when you do this cancellation, you are still signed up for the free trial.

With less reputable companies, cancellation can be crucial. According to an article at Nasdaq.com, some companies are able to keep charging you even if your credit card has expired or you cancelled it. Through credit agencies, they are linked to you and can get the new credit card information. If this happens to you, contact your credit card company and let them know you didn’t authorize the charge. Of course that means paying close attention to your monthly statements. - The Forever Monthly Bill

04/26/15 - Five Masculine Moments
A compilation of some of the things men have to put up with. - Five Masculine Moments

04/26/15 - Could We Build a Starship Enterprise in the Next Decade?
KeelyNet No. Not only could we not build this in 10 years... Let's ignore the technologies that might be impossible (e.g. warp drive, dilithium crystals, and transporters). Let's ignore the technologies that we have no idea how to reproduce in a similar way (artificial gravity). Let's just focus on trying to build a space-worthy scale replica of the USS Enterprise that uses existing structural and propulsion capabilities.

The Starship Enterprise is much more massive than the International Space Station. Here's a comparison of their respective sizes (note: I've used the original Enterprise, not the Abrams version, which is considerably larger).

The International Space Station (ISS) is the largest, most complex international scientific project in history. For decades, studies were done that developed the ideas and technologies needed to build it (e.g. the steering law algorithm was written during Apollo). The prime contractor (Boeing) was selected in 1993. The first module launched in 1998. Over the following decade, 15 countries invested their treasure (~$135 billion) to build the ISS. It took 26 Space Shuttle flights to deliver the US segment modules. An additional Russian rocket launch was needed for each Russian module. Over 1000 hours of EVA were needed for the assembly.

It would take hundreds of launches just to get the materials needed for the Enterprise into space. Now that the Space Shuttle is retired, there is no current capability on Earth to launch and deliver modules that are not self-sufficient. While the ISS assembly was essentially "snap-on" with independent pressurized modules and unpressurized trusses attached with single ring interfaces, building the Enterprise would require real construction - welding and riveting - in space. It would take years to learn how to safely and effectively do that on such a scale.

The structural design would take years to understand. The stresses and strains on the struts that connect the nacelles to the fuselage would be foreboding. Attitude control would require hundreds of thrusters and massive amounts of fuel.

With our current technologies, it takes 38,400 sq ft (3567 m^2) of solar array to provide the electrical power needed to support the crew of 6 and the scientific payloads. The USS Enterprise has a crew of about 430. How would we even begin to attempt to generate and provide the power that size crew and vehicle would need? Some might suggest nuclear reactors, like in submarines, but getting those into space would be both an engineering and political challenge. We would be talking about launching several hundred kilograms of radioactive material, and tons of shielding, into space.

We're a couple of centuries away from being able to even attempt such an endeavor as building an Enterprise. - Could We Build a Starship Enterprise in the Next Decade?

04/26/15 - Superconducting Solar Cells
KeelyNet Solar-Tectic LLC (ST, Briarcliff Manor, New York, US), a thin-film specialist with a primary focus on developing patented technologies for single crystal or highly textured semiconductor films on glass or metal tapes, on April 23rd, 2015 announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has allowed a patent for enhancing the electricity carrying capability of superconducting wires or tapes.

The US patent "Enhancing Critical Current Density of Cuprate Superconductors" discloses a method for enhancing the critical current density in superconductors by restricting the movement of Abrikosov (A) vortices, Josephson (J) vortices, or Abrikosov-Josephson (A-J) vortices using the half integer vortices associated with the d-wave symmetry present in the grain boundary.

The methods of the invention also provide ways to fabricate cuprate superconducting tapes on single crystal metallic substrates to be used for the production of thin-film solar PV devices.

Improving the critical current density or "Jc" of superconducting tapes can allow for efficient long distance transport of electricity generated by solar power to and from, for example, smart grids and private homes.

Updated 04/27/15 thanks to Raymond; United States Patent Application 20120142536 - Chaudhari; Praveen - ENHANCING CRITICAL CURRENT DENSITY OF CUPRATE SUPERCONDUCTORS. Might correlate to the superconducting solar cells and the 'misorientation angle'. I could not find the reference but years ago there was an article about coupling fiber optics together which resulted in major signal loss. They found by cutting the ends of the two fiber optics cables so one was 33% and the other 67%, the transmission went up significantly...not 100% but really close...just by butting these angled ends together. - JWD - Superconducting Solar Cells

04/26/15 - Tesla To Announce Battery-Based Energy Storage For Homes

04/26/15 - Gov't says OK to eat some food 12-18 months after sell-by date

04/26/15 - Floating City Witnessed by Hundreds of Villagers in Africa

04/26/15 - Aluminum battery that fully charges in just one minute

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04/23/15 - Over-Unity Reactionless Generator Invented In India

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A Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) has been invented by Paramahamsa Tewari, electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India. His background includes engineering project management for construction of nuclear power stations. The efficiency of models he has built, which have also been independently built and tested, is as high as 250%.

In November 2014, I made one of many visits to the laboratory of Paramahamsa Tewari. I had seen the basis for the RLG design in September of 2010. Mr. Tewari showed me a stiff conductor about a foot long which was allowed to rotate at the center and connected at each end with small gauge wire. A magnetic circuit was placed under the conductor. When a current was allowed to flow through the conductor it rotated, due to a torque induced on the conductor according to Flemings Left Hand Rule and standard theory, verified by experiments at the dawn of the electrical age. With a simple rearrangement of the magnetic circuit, the same current produced no rotation – the torque was cancelled. I later duplicated the setup and experiment on my workbench. It is ingenious and lead to his breakthrough, the invention of a reactionless generator with greatly improved efficiency.

This experiment has lead to the design and testing of generators with efficiencies far above any previous design. The design uses the same types of materials used in current generators, but the magnetic circuit within the machine is configured to cancel back torque while inducing current and producing power.

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

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

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

The concept that efficiencies cannot be greater than 100% is due to an incomplete understanding of the properties of space. The second law of thermodynamics must be modified to account for the fact that space is not empty, as has been taught for the last 150 years. The RLG operates at what has been called “over unity.” Many experienced electrical engineers engaged in the manufacture of AC generators have independently tested the RLG and confirmed the efficiency ratings that I have observed. It’s time for the physicists to get out of the way and modify their theories while the engineers go about the business of design and production. - Over-Unity Reactionless Generator Invented In India

04/23/15 - Engineers purify sea and wastewater in 2.5 minutes
A group of Mexican engineers from the Jhostoblak Corporate created technology to recover and purify seawater or wastewater from households, hotels, hospitals, commercial and industrial facilities, regardless of the content of pollutants and microorganisms in just 2.5 minutes.

The system, PQUA, works with a mixture of dissociating elements, capable of separating and removing all contaminants, as well as organic and inorganic pollutants. "The methodology is founded on molecularly dissociating water pollutants to recover the minerals necessary and sufficient in order for the human body to function properly nourished," the researchers explained.

Notably, the engineers developed eight dissociating elements, and after extensive testing on different types of contaminated water, implemented a unique methodology that indicates what and how much of each element should be combined. "During the purification process, no gases, odors nor toxic elements that may damage or alter the environment, human health or quality of life are generated," said the engineers.

"We have done over 50 tests on different types of wastewater and all have been certified and authorized by the laboratories of the Mexican Accreditation Agency (EMA). Also, the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM), the College of Mexico and the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) have given their validation that the water treated with our technology meets the SSA NOM 127 standard, which indicates the parameters and quality characteristics for vital liquid to be used for human consumption," says a Jhostoblak statement.

Moreover, the company reports that this development is protected under trade secret in America and will soon have the same status in Switzerland. Its implementation in the market will depend on the needs of users and the issue of new laws regarding use and consumption of water discharge. - Engineers purify sea and wastewater in 2.5 minutes

04/23/15 - Gumby's Close Encounter
Gumby gets abducted by some aliens who need his genes to save their own kind. In exchange, they will give Gumby some advanced fuel source.

Comment #1; "(this cartoon was suggested by Bill Cooper - UFO Alien Illuminati Area 51 Freemasonry Conspiracy Secret Society. If you can sit thru this whole 3hr video and THEN watch this episode of gumby...you might crap yourself. WHOA!"

Comment #2; "So the cartoon says to grow a crystal in zero gravity and wrap it in iridium, then what? The 3 hour Bill Cooper video is at; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUCTSXs-ZBA I don't care about the source of any information if it can be proven as workable and used in the real world. Iridium is the 2nd densest and one of the rarest elements on earth. The radioisotope iridium-192 is one of the two most important sources of energy for use in industrial ?-radiography for non-destructive testing of metals. - Jerry at keelynet.com"

Comment #3; "He (William Cooper) was killed a few months after 9-11. If you look around out here you'll find a clip of him BUSTING osama bin laden 2 months before 9-11. "Something going to happen and this guy is going to be blamed for it"." - (Click on link for video) - Gumby's Close Encounter

04/23/15 - ANCIENT MAN MADE TUNNELS - Underground Civilizations- Ahura Mazda
KeelyNet Fascinating video suggests flying gods like Ahura Mazda built these underground cities to protect from aerial attacks by other gods.

Also the possibility of extraterrestrial wars or even something like the ancient Indian was as recounted in the Ramayana, the Rig Ved and other books describing atomic wars with flying machines and amazing weapons.

There is much hidden technology hidden in these old legends and its up to us to find and correlate them to extract useful information that might lead us to amazing new to us but lost technologies. (Click on link for video) - ANCIENT MAN MADE TUNNELS - Underground Civilizations- Ahura Mazda

04/23/15 - Jade Helm and mysterious Walmart Closings = foreboding

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What disturbs me is states and people will participate, having been promised it's just a drill...so they haul you off, going willingly to camps and you never get out...how many will be 'taken' before it sinks in that hey, they are doing it for real...like in Mars Attacks, 'We Come in Peace' and once our guard is down, they take over.

It's all about more money to waste and more control over the people who make the money and stupidly let the government do as it wishes, IN OUR NAMES, invading other countries for oil and killing innocents under the fake paranoia of terrorism that idiot Bush started from the staged 911 attacks.

We are so easily manipulated and controlled...we could spend a portion of the war money and convert the usa to solar and wind to wean us off oil, rebuild our infrastructure and secure our borders with recalled troops and make the USA a Utopia, worthy of others copying because we would lead by example...but no, we play our games, enjoy our easy lives, pig out on fast foods, oblivious to what is happening around us.

Senseless destruction, war and death should appall every living being and we should do all we can to stop the evil ones from USING OUR RESOURCES to carry out their vendettas and craving for money and control...remember the frog in slowly boiling water, by the time you realize it, you are COOKED. - Jerry at keelynet.com (Click on link for video) - Jade Helm and mysterious Walmart Closings = foreboding

04/23/15 - Amazing iPad Magician
Simon Pierro brought a magic iPad with him and wowed Ellen's audience right along with Ellen! - Amazing iPad Magician

04/23/15 - Cheap Gas Fuels Switch From Electric Cars To SUVs
Drivers who bought hybrid and electric cars are switching back to SUVs at a higher rate than ever.

Quoting: According to Edmunds.com, about 22 percent of people who have traded in their hybrids and EVs in 2015 bought a new SUV. The number represents a sharp increase from 18.8 percent last year, and it is nearly double the rate of 11.9 percent just three years ago.

Overall, only 45 percent of this year's hybrid and EV trade-ins have gone toward the purchase of another alternative fuel vehicle, down from just over 60 percent in 2012. Never before have loyalty rates for alt-fuel vehicles fallen below 50 percent. ...

Edmunds calculates that at the peak average national gas price of $4.67/gallon in October 2012, it would take five years to break even on the $3,770 price difference between a Toyota Camry LE Hybrid ($28,230) and a Toyota Camry LE ($24,460). At today's national average gas price of $2.27/gallon, it would take twice as much time (10.5 years) to close the same gap. - Cheap Gas Fuels Switch From Electric Cars To SUVs

04/23/15 - Robot Workers' Real Draw: Reducing Dependence on Human Workers
Zeynep Tufekci writes in an op-ed at the NY Times that machines are getting better than humans at figuring out who to hire, who's in a mood to pay a little more for that sweater, and who needs a coupon to nudge them toward a sale. It turns out most of what we think of as expertise, knowledge and intuition is being deconstructed and recreated as an algorithmic competency, fueled by big data.

"Machines aren't used because they perform some tasks that much better than humans, but because, in many cases, they do a "good enough" job while also being cheaper, more predictable and easier to control than quirky, pesky humans," writes Tufekci. "Technology in the workplace is as much about power and control as it is about productivity and efficiency."

According to Tufekci technology is being used in many workplaces: to reduce the power of humans, and employers' dependency on them, whether by replacing, displacing or surveilling them. Optimists insist that we've been here before, during the Industrial Revolution, when machinery replaced manual labor, and all we need is a little more education and better skills. Tufekci points out that one historical example is no guarantee of future events.

"Confronting the threat posed by machines, and the way in which the great data harvest has made them ever more able to compete with human workers, must be about our priorities," concludes Tufekci. "This problem is not us versus the machines, but between us, as humans, and how we value one another." - Robot Workers' Real Draw: Reducing Dependence on Human Workers

04/23/15 - Automakers To Gearheads: Stop Repairing Cars
KeelyNet Automakers are supporting provisions in copyright law that could prohibit home mechanics and car enthusiasts from repairing and modifying their own vehicles.

In comments filed with a federal agency that will determine whether tinkering with a car constitutes a copyright violation, OEMs and their main lobbying organization say cars have become too complex and dangerous for consumers and third parties to handle.

The dispute arises from a section of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that no one thought could apply to vehicles when it was signed into law in 1998. But now, in an era where cars are rolling computing platforms, the U.S. Copyright Office is examining whether provisions of the law that protect intellectual property should prohibit people from modifying and tuning their cars.

Industry concerns are mounting that modifying these ECUs and the software coding that runs them could lead to vulnerabilities in vehicle safety and cyber security. Imagine an amateur makes a coding mistake that causes brakes to fail and a car crash ensues. Furthermore, automakers say these modifications could render cars non-compliant with environmental laws that regulate emissions.

But exemptions from the DMCA don't give third parties the right to infringe upon existing copyrights. Nor does an exemption mean consumers don't have to abide by other laws and rules that govern vehicles passed by the National Highway Traffic Administration, Environmental Protection Agency or U.S. Patent and Trade Office.

"It's not a new thing to be able to repair and modify cars," said Kit Walsh, a staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. "It's actually a new thing to keep people from doing it. There are these specialized agencies that govern what vehicles can lawfully be used for on the road, and they have not seen fit to stop them from repairing cars."

Aftermarket suppliers and home enthusiasts have been modifying ECUs for years without dire consequences. By tweaking the ECU codes, a process sometimes known as "chipping," they've boosted horsepower, improved fuel efficiency, established performance limits for teen drivers and enhanced countless other features. These innovations have contributed to a "decades-old tradition of mechanical curiosity and self-reliance," according to the EFF.

Those innovations could be curbed precisely at a time that automakers believe personalization of vehicles is emerging as a significant trend. Software is allowing for all sorts of technology, such as 4G LTE wireless connections, and motorists can use this software to choose from an increasing array of infotainment options. But the car companies, paradoxically, want to be the ones doing the personalizing. - Automakers To Gearheads: Stop Repairing Cars

04/23/15 - Old Marconi Patent Inspires Tiny New Gigahertz Antenna
Gehan Amaratunga and a group of engineers in England noted that the Guglielmo Marconi's famous British patent application from 1900 had an interesting and little noticed detail. It depicted a transmitter linked to an antenna connected to a coil, which had one end dangling while the RF signal was fed to the middle of the coil. That detail inspired them to develop a way to reduce the size of a GHz antenna without significant transmission loss by using dielectrics as the radio wave emitting material instead of conductors.

Up to now, no one fully understood why a piece of dielectric material would radiate electromagnetic waves when a radio frequency signal was applied at one end. Maxwell’s equations explain how high-frequency flows of electrons in conductors generate electromagnetic waves, but they do not explain how an insulating material, where there is no flow of electrons, would also act as an antenna.

Guglielmo Marconi’s famous British patent application from 1900, known as 7777 , had an interesting and little noticed detail. It depicted a transmitter linked to an antenna connected to a coil, which had one end dangling while the RF signal was fed to the middle of the coil. Although counterintuitive, this asymmetric coupling between the spark generator and the antenna allowed the transformation of the RF electric signal into electromagnetic radiation. The researchers realized that it was this asymmetry, or “broken symmetry,” a concept borrowed from quantum theory, that explained the generation of electromagnetic waves in Marconi’s transmitter.

You can see such symmetry breaking in a once-common 20th century technology: the two-wire ribbons used during television’s first few decades to send RF signals from rooftop VHF antennas to television sets without any loss. The electric RF current in the two conductors flow in opposite directions and have opposite phase.

Because of the translational symmetry (the two conductors are parallel) the radiation fields cancel each other out, so there is no net radiation into space. But if you would flare the ends of the two conductors at one end of the ribbon, they aren’t parallel anymore and you break the translational symmetry. The two electric fields are no longer aligned and don't cancel each other out, causing the RF signal to be converted into electromagnetic radiation.

The UK team argues that the concept of symmetry breaking explains why dielectric matter can transmits electromagnetic waves. “Until now this was not well understood,” says lead author Dhiraj Sinha, who pursued the research during his post-doctoral work at the of the University of Cambridge, and is currently the CEO of antenna startup Oscion, based in Greater Noida, India.

Dielectric antennas are already in use, but they are too bulky for on-chip use. Instead of the dielectric materials in use today, Sinha and his colleagues chose a piezoelectric film. “Normal dielectric antennas are limited by fabrication technologies because we cannot get dielectric materials in thin-film form. Piezoelectric materials can be in thin film form and their thickness can be in the order of 100 to 20 micrometers,” says Sinha.

For their experiment the researchers used piezoelectric filters that consist of two interdigitated contacts deposited on a piezoelectric film, devices similar to crystal frequency filters now used in cell phones. When excited in a symmetric mode, they act as a simple L-C circuit, explains Sinha. When excited in an asymmetric mode, whereby one of the two interdigital contacts was excited while the other interdigital contact was left floating, the piezoelectric filter acted as a monopole antenna, in fact, in a way comparable to the antenna described by Marconi in 1900.

Experiments near one of the GPS frequencies (1575.42 MHz) showed that the new antennas had an efficiency (the percentage of the power of the RF signal converted into electromagnetic radiation) of up to 60 percent. Sinha reports that their antenna was able to radiate one watt of power, which about what’s needed by most portable devices.

For their next experiments they will try to create dielectric antennas for longer wavelengths. “We are thinking of bands between 200 and 600 MHz, they are interesting, we could, for example, replace large television antennas by smaller ones,” says Sinha. - Old Marconi Patent Inspires Tiny New Gigahertz Antenna

04/23/15 - Invention promises sun-like energy

04/23/15 - Colors Help Set Body's Internal Clock

04/23/15 - $17 power amplifier to take over remote keyless systems

04/23/15 - Students Support Hillary Clinton Because She is a Woman

04/23/15 - 50 deg angled Pyramid creates enormous amount of EMFS

04/23/15 - Einstein debunked by Nikola Tesla

04/23/15 - Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon

04/23/15 - Hitchens: Cancer, Life and Deathbed Conversion?

04/23/15 - DARK MISSION: NASA Moon Hoax - Analysis of Lunar Photos

04/23/15 - Ball Cyclotron

04/23/15 - Man 'lost energy' and died during sex: wife

04/23/15 - 97% of Terminal Cancer Patients Previously Had Root Canal

04/23/15 - Tumor-only genetic sequencing may misguide cancer treatment

04/23/15 - Drone Cannon shoots 30 swarmbots in under a minute

04/23/15 - Saving forests is more effective than planting new trees

04/23/15 - Fluoride causes hypothyroidism, depression, weight gain

04/23/15 - Who will be first to live to 1,000?

04/23/15 - No one could see the color blue until modern times

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Sorry for the short news...I'm too sick to do it right but getting better. - JWD

04/18/15 - Refrigerator runs on water and sunlight
In developing countries, about 470 million small farms lose an average of 15% of their income to food spoilage. The problem, in part, is refrigeration. The high cost of electricity, coupled with its unreliability, makes even the best refrigerator just a useless hunk of metal.

"A lot of NGOs have given refrigerators to farmers, who say thank you, and then they come back three months later and they're using it as a shelf," said Spencer Taylor, who teamed up with Truong to co-found Evaptainers, a for-profit company based in Boston.

Evaptainers are refrigeration devices that look like a large cooler and run on sun and water. The heat is drawn out of the unit's interior onto highly conducive aluminum plates. They're connected to a special fabric, which is kept wet, and the heat naturally dissipates through evaporative cooling. It needs six liters of water to work, and keeps things cold for 12 hours.

"If you are growing vegetables, you have an access point to water and are already invested in watering and growing a crop," Taylor said. "It's a very small additional investment."

The $10 to $20 units are an improvement on a traditional cooling method used throughout much of Africa and the Middle East. Called a zeer pot, it's one terra cotta pot nested in a larger one, with wet sand filling in the gap between. It works, and uses that same evaporative cooling technique, but it's heavy and breakable.

When designing the Evaptainers, Taylor said they eliminated fans, pumps and anything breakable because "this needs to be able to drop off a moped and still work." The units hold 60 liters of produce. In practical terms, that's about 150 large tomatoes. Taylor estimates a small farmer using one or two Evaptainers would reduce spoilage and increase profits.

"Previous studies on evaporative cooling technologies and zeer pots show an average income increase of 25%," Truong said. "We estimate a payback period of two months per unit, based on increased income from reduced spoilage."

04/18/15 - Magic Gravity Ball
Its because the honey is sticky right, so it is holding the inside ball from moving fast and the outside balls reaction is the inside ball is what is making the ball move fast so that was not gravity, but nice try! ;)

04/18/15 - Levitating Pencil Lead
These Neodymium Magnets are 1/4" dia by 1/2" thick N42 and are Diametrically Magnetized. That means that the poles are on the side of the cylinder as opposed to the flat ends. The pencil lead is 0.7 mm in diameter. Much to my surprise it worked the first time. Not all pencil leads float. This graphite came out of a Papermate mechanical pencil.

04/18/15 - iGun 4 App and Whupped
Shut up and take my money!!!!



04/18/15 - Spinning magnets for free heat
Producing large amouns of heat by spinning magnets near copper or aluminum tubes.





04/18/15 - DMSO: Underground recovery secret
Comment; "I have used DMSO on horses, dogs, and people (myself most of all) since 1973. It was the closest thing to a "Miracle Drug" that I have seen in my lifetime, and I now have at least a Masters Degree in Hospital and Doctors. Since 2007 I had been attacked and nearly killed, over and over, by incredibly arrogant, lazy, and stupid Doctors, mostly in the VA System, but also by overextended civilian doctors, who have too many patients to devote enough time to each for decent care. They spend their time on computers and charts, and make diagnoses and medication decisions based on what they see there, many times, without even examining, or even seeing the patient. Google up the amount of deaths attributed to medical mistakes, if you don't believe me.

I have let disinformation about DMSO, disguised as truth, keep me from using it on myself, when I needed it the most over the last 8 years. Since I knew they were killing me, I decided to go with DMSO, topically, and orally. I have spent about 30 days since Dec. in 3 trips to the Hospital, nearly dead upon arrival. The Doctors never look up what has really worked, so I am out for a couple of days to a week, and right back in, worse than before. The Doctors just, pluck something out of thin air, or their ass, and write prescriptions for shit that has never been effective. Then I decided that DMSO couldn't kill me as quick as the Dr.s, so I am going for it. I had read so much News Media Bullshit about the lady in California, who died in the Emergency Room, eaten up with Cancer, and someone had just tried to ease her pain with DMSO, and the combination of Cancer, DMSO, puke, and shit smells, got the whole E-room bunch to go batshit, with mass hysteria, passing out, etc.

The real damage was done when some EXPERT, noted that DMSO with another molecule of oxygen added, became toxic to humans. Since the lady had started with lung cancer, and was on oxygen full time, as am I, I was afraid to use DMSO, until I decided I had nothing to lose, recently. I began with small topical doses, used more, more, and small doses nebulized with distilled water, small doses orally and now to one ounce orally, and I just kepp felling better. As a matter of fact, I had been too sick and weak to even comment on Y-tube or fb, for the last several weeks. I have the books on DMSO, The Persecuted Drug, Dr. Morton Walker's DMSO book, and several more. Not only is DMSO a wonder drug, but it is safer than water, when used correctly. It has been used as a carrier for other medications for over 40 years, but you must remember that it will carry poison to every cell in your body, if you have the poison on you when you use it.

You must be clean. Google...Fountain of Youth, Chapter 6, Nature's Healer, the Amazing DMSO and read this...It is the best I've seen to get a good quick overview of DMSO and it's various uses. If it doesn't stimulate you to want to study further, I will be surprised...one last thing...everyone knows how sensitive Racehorse Track officials are about drugs, or any thing that smacks of performance enhancer, or pain killers. At most Tracks, should tdhe Paddock Judge, or the Identifier smell DMSO on your horse, he will be scratched from the race, and the trainer will be fined from $500 to thousands, and possibly receive a suspension. They would never do that for something that didn't really work...Semper Fi"



04/18/15 - Voltage Fluctuations Converted to Electricity
Thermal fluctuations in either dot drive electrons randomly into and out of it. But small voltages applied to the left and right sides of the cooler dot could make it preferable for electrons to enter from one side (say, the right) and exit at the other side. These voltages would be tuned to prevent an electron from escaping the dot unless it gets a boost of energy from the repulsion of an electron appearing on the nearby, warmer dot. This warmer dot would have stronger thermal fluctuations because of its higher temperature, and these would provide the energy needed to generate a net current through the cooler dot. As with the two-terminal designs, heat energy is used to generate current, but in this three-terminal design, much less energy is wasted simply heating up the cooler region.

A team led by Lukas Worschech of the University of Würzburg in Germany has now demonstrated this basic idea in a real device. They didn’t actually measure energy extraction from a temperature difference, because experiments cannot maintain and measure such differences accurately at the nanoscale dimensions of the device. Instead, they applied voltage fluctuations from a controlled voltage source to mimic the effects of a temperature difference and showed that the device works as envisioned.

The team engineered a semiconductor structure that allowed electrons to move freely in two dimensions, sandwiched between two layers, and fashioned a pair of quantum dots. By etching a trench of width 150 nanometers between the dots, they ensured that no electrons could flow between them; the dots could only influence one another through charge repulsion. With the conducting leads connected and the randomly fluctuating voltage applied to one dot, the team measured a current flowing across the second dot.

The new work “provides a significant advance towards energy harvesting at the nanoscale,” says Bjorn Sothmann of the University of Geneva. The next step, says Würzburg team member Fabian Hartmann, will be to test the device with an actual high temperature source rather than voltage fluctuations, but the team doesn’t foresee any special difficulties in doing so.

By maintaining temperature differences, Hartmann believes, this three terminal structure should become the basis for a high-efficiency energy harvesting device that would be especially useful for applications at the nanoscale. The design, the researchers say, is also flexible enough to allow energy to be extracted from other sources of random energy, including microwaves, if it were combined with suitable antennas.

04/18/15 - McNugget Freakout
Melodi Dushane: Woman Punches Drive-Thru Attendant For Not Serving McNuggets! A Toledo woman, Melodi Dushane, loves McNuggets. According to a Toledo police report, she loves them so much that when she found out a local McDonald's was not serving them at 6:30 AM (that's breakfast menu time, sister), she became outraged and punched the drive-thru attendant. When a manager came to help, and affirm that there were in fact no chicken McNuggets, she too was on the receiving end of a haymaker. And finally, to really drive home her point, Dushane punched through the glass window. Dushane was arrested after being treated for injuries. The McDonald's employees did not report any injuries to police and will be serving McNuggets promptly at 11 AM.

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04/13/15 - Positive test result for an electrostatic force field
KeelyNet This is from an email sent by Duncan at Nexus Magazine. - JWD - Duncan I final got a good positive test result for an electrostatic force field effect using a Van Degraff generator, a spark gap and a Leiden Jar water filled capacitor. See attachment photo...

It appears that the plastic dialectric material of the capacitor emits a pretty good electrostatic shock wave or "space charge" when placed in series with a spark gap that is set to about 2 inches of spark.

Thats about 30,000 VDC. This shock wave or space charge being ionic in nature creates an electromagnetic shield surrounding the (space craft) capacitor that pushes out all external field lines. EM / Gravity etc. The higher the current density [J] is the better it works.

Also the greater the dielectric constant of the capacitor is the better it works too. The effect is only detected during the discharge stage of the spark gap arc. When you place your hands around the capacitor you can feel the force pushing outwards on your hands.

This is called Debya Shielding, or an Electron Disconnect or a plasma / space charge shield. It induces positive magnetic or gravitational buoyancy by pushing out the Earths natural EM based field lines. This then produces an anti gravity effect. The key is in pulsing the dialectic material with HF DC pulses. AC will not work. The associated Faraday tubes then do all of the work. All classic Maxwell. Circa 1865 and Franklin circa 1765.

We need to replicate the effect with a neutral third party to verify it is not a fluke. Forward info as needed. Will up date with any new discovery’s.

Debye Shielding - Plasmas generally do not contain strong electric fields in their rest frames. The shielding of an external electric field from the interior of a plasma can be viewed as a result of high plasma conductivity: i.e., plasma current generally flows freely enough to short out interior electric fields. However, it is more useful to consider the shielding as a dielectric phenomena: i.e., it is the polarization of the plasma medium, and the associated redistribution of space charge, which prevents penetration by an external electric field. Not surprisingly, the length-scale associated with such shielding is the Debye length.

This correlates with Bill Beaty's 'invisible electrostatic wall at 'Star Wars'-style force fields - ...workers encountered a strange "invisible wall" in the area under a fast-moving sheet of electrically charged polypropelene film in a factory. This "invisible wall" was strong enough to prevent humans from passing through. A person near this "wall" was unable to turn, and so had to walk backwards to retreat from it. - Positive test result for an electrostatic force field

04/13/15 - Electrostatic Levitation
Video #1; "Electrostatic levitation without strings or magnets."

Video #2; "The base is grounded and the upper plate is at 25 kV, from an electrostatic machine. The foil piece is attracted by the plate, but as it gets close it loses some charge trough the ionized air and tends to fall. At some instants a stable equilibrium can be obtained, with the foil hanging at a distance from the plate."

Video #3; "Based on the "electric dancers" of the early electricians. Again using foam plates and cups with aluminum foil. Powered by a hand held toy Van deer Graff generator. Watch the 'silver' fish skate."

Video #4; "foil floaters using my van de graaff generator = home made" (Clink on link for video)

Additional electrostatic levitation files, 04/23/13 - Negative Electrical Flight and Weirdness and Simon Magus the Flyer and Simon Magus the Magician and the 04/01/14 - Rota Electro/Magno airship. - Electrostatic Levitation

04/13/15 - The Ultimate Psychic
Dave is an extremely gifted clairvoyant who finds out specific financial information. This video reveals the magic behind the magic, making people aware of the fact that their entire life can be found online. And by doing so urging everybody to be vigilant. - The Ultimate Psychic

04/13/15 - Marconi's Gold from Seawater
KeelyNet I should like to emphasize that my husband was driven by patriotism, not self-interest; he thought such a discovery would be fo fundamental importance to relive the financial problems of his beloved Italy.

Complicated instruments were scattered all over the plaze: oscillators and fine copper wires, which we went together to buy in Santa Margherita, and other mysterious instruments. Great disorder reigned in this little cabin where not even the dust was ever disturbed; Guglielmo warned us not to touch anythin: "There is order in my disorder", he said.

Once again, we could admire the splendid results of a new invention of Marconi's: the extracton of gold from seawater. We were amazed, I remember that I exclaimed "How did you do it?" and he calmly replied "with my waves with electric waves".

Elettra and I watched Guglielmo while he carried out the experiment, using a piece of coal. He enclosed this mineral in what looked like a little sack of very fine wire which he then left for a few hours immersed in seaater. He slipped the little sack from the porthole, suspended from a wire attached to mysterious electrical instruments.

My husband explained to me that by transmitting energy from this apparatus he would provoke a chemical reaction in the seawater, so taht the infinitesimal particles of gold suspended in the water would coagulate, unite and then, little by little, materialize in specks of that remarkable and fascinating metal.

After a few hours Guglielmo pulled up the little sack, Elettra and I were astonished to see some thread-like fragments of gold which showed up on the dark grey of the coal.

It was one of Guglielmo Marconi's last, extraordinary discoveries, unfortunately he was not in time to communicate it to the scientific world with a conference, as he would have wished, because, to my great sorrow, his death came unexpectedly from a heart attack.

Can we resonantly electroplate gold? Check out the Gold Magnet. This ebook tells you how it was done and how you too can build and use your own 'gold magnet' for all kinds of fun and mischief! For you techies out there, this fascinating discovery also works on copper, aluminum and other non-ferrous objects. Does that give you any ideas??? (Clink on link for video) - Marconi's Gold from Seawater

04/13/15 - Herman Anderson Water Fuel Car
The way Herman Anderson explains it, deuterium is created in an electrolysis, or, more correctly, radiolysis chamber when deionized or ozonated water (with pH 12 KOH) is hit with 70,000 volts pulsed in a standing wave through a 14" OD soft steel cathode and anode, spaced just over 3" apart. Whether there are other ways of making it, I don't know. But I don't think the world in general knows that it can be made this way.

Where's that guy who wanted to make some money? People associate it with the hydrogen bomb, probably thinking it is radioactive, which it is not. Maybe that's why no one has been experimenting with it as fuel for our cars, etc

Herman Anderson declared that his hydrogen ICE was becoming a partial steam engine by the use of micron-sized water injection.

With regard to the danger of the "radiation" from the 70,000 volts, a mechanic came through the museum last month and said that Cadillacs now use a 100,000 volt ignition coil! Obviously there needs to be shielding, and you don't want to get shocked by it; it could be lethal. But what was considered dangerous EM radiation on Herman's car a few years ago is now part of standard ignition equipment on others.

He claimed greater power than gasoline, and 38 miles per gallon of water. More details at Herman ANDERSON - Water Fuel System - He could drive it, but he was not allowed to sell any, or manufacture his discovery in the State of Tennessee. Why not? Herman's special patented sparkplugs, similar to Stan Meyer's plugs (where he got the idea from Dale Pond). He emphasized that deuterium (heavy water) was essential to his approach, doubling the density of the hydrogen, making it twice as powerful. He also used high voltage, 70,000 volts to be exact, from two custom-made coils, to effect rapid separation of the component gases, a process which he calls 'radiolysis.' The 70,000 volts constitute what he calls a 'soft' x-ray, not radioactive but in need of shielding, in-between a microwave oven and a 'hard' x-ray. He was authorized by the state of Tennessee to drive his car as they recognized that he knew what he was doing with such technology. (Clink on link for video) - Herman Anderson Water Fuel Car

04/13/15 - Machines that could possibly reverse your age
Our bodies are made up of chromosomes, which are essentially long strands of DNA. Chromosomes are responsible for our appearance, our traits, and for all of the processes occurring within our bodies. Every chromosome has protective wrappers at each end, called telomeres. These wrappers prevent the chromosomes from getting damaged. Think of a telomere as the plastic bit at the end of a shoelace that stops your shoelace from fraying. Recent scientific discoveries have shown that telomere health (and specifically length) could hold the key to aging. Our cells divide all the time, and every time our cells divide the telomere gets shorter and some genetic information may be lost. Scientists have found that chromosomes may stop duplicating if the telomeres become too short.

Telomeres ordinarily shrink by 1% annually, from birth to death. The telomeres of people with unhealthy habits shrink much faster, while those of people with the best habits and genes shrink at a slower rate, thus enabling such people to live to approximately 100 years of age.

Ultimately, telomere health is a major determinant of overall health and longevity. The ability to rejuvenate or regrow telomeres is, therefore, of major importance. There have been studies to assess the effect of electromagnetic fields on telomeres. Tissue cultures of the kidney and liver cells of mice doubled their life expectancy after 30 minutes of exposure to an electromagnetic field. Telomeres of these tissue culture cells grew longer instead of shrinking. In similar study, 27 of 34 subjects had an average regeneration of 5.9% yearly from daily 30 - 60 minute exposure.

In a pilot study, telomeres in 6 individuals (3 men and 3 women from 50 to 74 years of age) were measured, initially in lymphocytes and neurophils. Each participant then spent at least 5 days each week sitting or lying in an electromagnetic field of 54 to 78 GHz, 50 to 75 decibels, or 1 billionth of a watt per centimeter square. After 3 months of this electromagnetically generated solar homeopathic approach, average telomere length had increased 1%. After 10 months of use of the device, average telomere length had increased 2.9%.

Theoretically this "reverses" 2.9 years of telomere aging. Using this approach, a 75 year old would theoretically reverse telomere aging by 50 years within a 14 year period. In conclusion, telomeres are responsible not only for the length of life but also the integrity of DNA and thus ultimately for life itself.

Each cell of the body has an optimal electrical charge within which it operates. When the cell loses its charge, a whole cascade of events begins, resulting in symptoms such as low oxygen levels, acid blood pH, candida overgrowth, reduced neurological function, and poor cellular respiration, nutrient assimilation and waste removal. There is evidence from Dr. Norman Shealy M.D., Ph.D. that the quality of DNA replication improves through the preservation and elongation of the telomere (controller) which is at the end of each strand of DNA. Dr. Shealy made these observations after using a Tesla Coil.

The benefits of devices such as the Tesla Coil are endless.?Daily exposure of humans to a Tesla generated field that produces human DNA resonant frequency of 54 to 78 GHz at 75 decibles for 30 to 60 minutes daily leads to 5.6% REGENERATION of telomeres in one year!

Perhaps the Doctor of the future will treat the patient by strengthening the electromagnetic fields which are the foundations of life. These types of technologies, while not diagnosing or treating any illness, will fortify the body and thereby provide an internal environment in which what we call disease cannot occur. (Clink on link for video) - Machines that could possibly reverse your age

04/13/15 - Daily sex helps to reduce sperm DNA damage and improve fertility
KeelyNet Dr David Greening, an obstetrician and gynaecologist with sub specialist training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Sydney IVF, Wollongong, Australia, said: “All that we knew was that intercourse on the day of ovulation offered the highest chance of pregnancy, but we did not know what was the best advice for the period leading up to ovulation or egg retrieval for IVF.

“I thought that frequent ejaculation might be a physiological mechanism to improve sperm DNA damage, while maintaining semen levels within the normal, fertile range.”

To investigate this hypothesis, Dr Greening studied 118 men who had higher than normal sperm DNA damage as indicated by a DNA Fragmentation Index (DFI). Men who had a more than 15% of their sperm (DFI >15%) damaged were eligible for the trial. At Sydney IVF, sperm DNA damage is defined as less than 15% DFI for excellent quality sperm, 15-24% DFI for good, 25-29% DFI for fair and more than 29% DFI for poor quality; but other laboratories can have slightly different ranges.

The men were instructed to ejaculate daily for seven days, and no other treatment or lifestyle changes were suggested. Before they started, levels of DNA damage ranged between 15% and 98% DFI, with an average 34% DFI when measured after three days’ abstinence. When the men’s sperm was re-assessed on the seventh day, Dr Greening found that 96 men (81%) had an average 12% decrease in their sperm DNA damage, while 22 men (19%) and an average increase in damage of nearly 10%. The average for the whole group dropped to 26% DFI.

Dr Greening said: “Although the mean average was 26% which is in the ‘fair’ range for sperm quality, this included 18% of men whose sperm DNA damage increased as well as those whose DNA damage decreased. Amongst the men whose damage decreased, their average dropped by 12% to just under 23% DFI, which puts them in the ‘good’ range. Also, more men moved into the ‘good’ range and out of the ‘poor’ or ‘fair’ range. These changes were substantial and statistically highly significant.

“In addition, we found that although frequent ejaculation decreased semen volume and sperm concentrations, it did not compromise sperm motility and, in fact, this rose slightly but significantly. “Further research is required to see whether the improvement in these men’s sperm quality translates into better pregnancy rates, but other, previous studies have shown the relationship between sperm DNA damage and pregnancy rates.

“The optimal number of days of ejaculation might be more or less than seven days, but a week appears manageable and favourable. It seems safe to conclude that couples with relatively normal semen parameters should have sex daily for up to a week before the ovulation date. In the context of assisted reproduction, this simple treatment may assist in improving sperm quality and ultimately achieving a pregnancy. In addition, these results may mean that men play a greater role in infertility than previously suspected, and that ejaculatory frequency is important for improving sperm quality, especially as men age and during assisted reproduction cycles.”

Dr Greening said he thought the reason why sperm quality improved with frequent ejaculation was because the sperm had a shorter exposure in the testicular ducts and epididymis to reactive oxygen species - very small molecules, high levels of which can damage cells. “The remainder of the men who had an increase in DFI might have a different explanation for their sperm DNA damage,” he concluded. (Clink on link for video) - Daily sex helps to reduce sperm DNA damage and improve fertility

04/13/15 - Underwater Explosion Phenomena
The physics of underwater explosion phenomena is fascinating. The bubbles formed from the explosions of percussion caps, to those formed by nuclear devices, show an oscillatory and migrating behaviour. I became aware of the unusual behaviour of explosion bubbles in the following video by Gyppor, "Shotgun primers detonating underwater, super slow motion study." The whole video is well worth watching, but if you skip to 4min 36s in, you can see the bubble formed, oscillating and being "attracted" to the floor of the tank. (Clink on link for video) - Underwater Explosion Phenomena

04/13/15 - Sound from Vortices
After I shot it, we heard this un-earthly sound coming from the sky; looked up, and the most perfectly round smoke ring was rising, spinning rediculously fast, and emitting that strange sound. I have never seen this before in my life ! (Clink on link for video) - Sound from Vortices

04/13/15 - Bath Salt like Drug Flakka Causes 'Excited Delirium'
VP, which is produced from cathinone. The first cathinone users chewed the leaves of a khat plant, grown in parts of the Middle East and Somalia in order to achieve a euphoric high. The name flakka, Hall says, comes from the Hispanic colloquial word that translates into a “beautiful, elegant woman who charms all she meets.” The word flaca in Spanish also translates to “skinny woman.”

The bizarre high that’s been produced in recent months may sweep the nation if it isn’t stopped, according to Jim Hall, an epidemiologist at the Center for Applied Research on Substance Use and Health Disparities at Nova Southeastern University.

"We're starting to see a rash of cases of a syndrome referred to as excited delirium," Hall told CBS. "This is where the body goes into hyperthermia, generally a temperature of 105 degrees. The individual becomes psychotic. They often rip off their clothes and run out into the street violently and have an adrenaline-like strength, and police are called and it takes four or five officers to restrain them. Then, once they are restrained, if they don't receive immediate medical attention they can die." - Bath Salt like Drug Flakka Causes 'Excited Delirium'

04/13/15 - Weird, wonderful, amazing and rare low cost eBooks, CDs and DVDs
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04/13/15 - 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.

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Grebennikov
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Cree Indian Prophecy
Only after the Last Tree has been cut down,
Only after the Last River has been poisoned,
Only after the Last Fish has been caught,
Only then will you find that
Money Cannot Be Eaten.

Looking for 'PoP'
Proof of Principle
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Need an Energy Boost? - Try the MexiStim
the article tells you how to build or buy your own for $230 + S/H

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...Read about the MexiStim...

Chaos Converters
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Rhythmodynamics


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Who is Decker???


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Rex Research

tons of great information!

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great magazine covers many topics


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Bill Beatys'
excellent huge science site

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Tesla Patents


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Email
Jerry Decker
Chuck Henderson


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