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08/25/15 - Luling Selfrunning Magnet Motor from the 1960s
Friedrich Lüling said his ivention works and will be tested now as a car motor but also that his invention has been sabotaged and frozen probably from the car and oil industry... So I quickly translated it now to english language. Sorry for the wrong translation of the word "neutralize" where I said "neutralisized"..but I was already a bit tired. I could not find any patents of this Magnet Motor from Friedrich Lüling, but I will look further and post the results on

The inventor says in 1954 he has figured out how to 'neutralize' permanent magnets and their fields. The rotor is attracted by the system and runs until it reaches the sticky point. Just before the sticky point, the neutralizer is engaged so the the rotation will easily pass the sticky point and the motor will continue to run. This motor functions at 290rpm so that neutralization takes place 580 times per minute. So a stacked magnet motor can, once started, run for 10-20 years without any other input. More info at Friedrich Luling Magnet Motor forum. (Clink on link for video) - Luling Selfrunning Magnet Motor from the 1960s

08/25/15 - 3D-printed eco-friendly supercar does 0-60 in 2 seconds
Divergent Microfactories (San Francisco, CA), a company aimed at revolutionizing automotive manufacturing, has unveiled a 3D-printed prototype supercar designed to illustrate the potential for eco-friendly manufacturing of cars.

Designed and built using the company's 3D-printing-based Node Technology Platform, the prototype - called Blade - is offered as "one of the greenest and most powerful cars in the world." Powered by either compressed gas or gasoline and equipped with a four-cylinder rear-mounted 700-horsepower engine, Blade goes from 0-60 mph in about two seconds and weighs 1,388 lb.

The key technology building block behind Blade is a 3D-printed aluminum alloy joint - called a "node" - that connects pieces of carbon fiber tubing to make up the car's chassis. The use of such nodes reduces the amount of 3D printing needed to build the chassis compared to other approaches and results in an industrial strength chassis that can be assembled in a matter of minutes - in this case less than 30 minutes by hand.

The company hopes to "democratize auto manufacturing" by enabling small entrepreneurial teams around the world to set up microfactories using the Divergent platform and to build their own eco-friendly cars and, later, other large complex structures. The ultimate goal is to reduce the health and environmental impacts of traditional manufacturing. Meanwhile, the company plans to sell a limited number of high-performance vehicles that it will manufacture in its own microfactory. According to the company, such a factory could produce anywhere from a few cars to 10,000 cars per year. (Clink on link for videos) - 3D-printed eco-friendly supercar does 0-60 in 2 seconds

08/25/15 - Coral Castle Mystery Solved with AMAZING new footage!
Commenter #1; "How did he move the stones around the Coral Castle compound? Did you use an ancient forklift? Where's the forklift? Are to believe a bunch of loose logs were his forklift? I think Leedskalnin made a show of using crude equipment to throw off simple minds from what he actually did to build Coral Castle. It's very simplistic to think Leedskalnin worked day in day out on Coral Castle for 28 years. If he did how did he earn a living seeing as he was born to common folk and he never acquired great wealth?"

Commenter #2; "Good work Chris, a fine presentation, clearly and simply presented, and the new footage is pure gold. Who knew someone filmed Ed in the act of construction? Another mystery solved!"

Commenter #3; "Leedskalnin said he had discovered the secrets of the great pyramids. Was he lying? The Egyptians didn't have the block and tackle shown here, being used by Leedskalnin. Also, it's a fact that a truck was loaded with several large stones in just 10 minutes. Leedskalnin didn't have time to set up the tripod, so how did he do it? Antigravity? Kids saw him floating large stones, like a helium balloon. This was not addressed in this video..." - Coral Castle Mystery Solved with AMAZING new footage!

08/25/15 - Ancient Aliens Debunked
Ancient Aliens Debunked is a 3 hour refutation of the theories proposed on the History Channel series Ancient Aliens. It is essentially a point by point critique of the "ancient astronaut theory" which has been proposed by people like Erich von Däniken and Zecharia Sitchin as well as many others.

The film covers topics like: Ancient building sites: Puma Punku, The Pyramids, Baalbek, Incan sites, And Easter Island. Ancient artifacts: Pacal's rocket, the Nazca lines, the Tolima "fighter jets", the Egyptian "light bulb", Ufo's in ancient art, and the crystal skulls. Ancient text issues: Ezekiel's wheel, Ancient nuclear warfare, Vimana's, the Anunnaki, and the Nephilim. All the claims are sourced at the website: It was produced by Chris White and includes commentary from Dr. Michael Hesier. (Clink on link for video) - Ancient Aliens Debunked

08/25/15 - Two MIT students just schooled a company trying to send people to Mars
The debate stemmed from the students' scathing critique of Mars One's plan to set up a permanent human colony on Mars. That report, published in 2014, triggered widespread criticism of the company's too-low $6-billion budget, unrealistic timeline, and general lack of preparedness for the challenges of Mars.

On Aug. 13 at the Mars Society Conference, two of the MIT students picked apart Mars One's plan again — this time in front of CEO Bas Lansdorp and Barry Finger, chief engineer and director of life support systems for Paragon Space Development Corporation.

The public debate was pointedly titled "Is Mars One Feasible?" The students, Sydney Do and Andrew Owens, came armed with charts, graphs, and data, all neatly presented in a killer PowerPoint presentation.

Mars One likes to point to the Apollo moon program as evidence that its mission plan will work. Lansdorp often reminds everyone that President John Kennedy knew NASA didn't have a plan when in 1961 he charged it to land a man on the moon before 1970. NASA pulled it off in only eight years.

The MIT team immediately crushed that argument. Mars One has existed for four years but not yet secured the required funding or negotiate contracts for any of the spacecraft, Mars habitats, and life support that future colonists will need. Meanwhile, Apollo had the US government's scientists and coffers at its disposal.

The students also pointed to another example: Virgin Galactic. The company, founded by entrepreneur Richard Branson, has spent more than 10 years and $600 million but has yet to achieve its goal of making space tourism available. And that's arguably a much less complex goal than sending people to live on Mars. Then MIT tackled Mars One's budget. The company claims it will only take $6 billion to land the first crew of four astronauts on Mars.

Lansdorp has repeatedly said Mars One will keep its budget down by making the trips one-way — no need to finance a return trip. The problem, said the MIT students, is that a one-way ticket means Mars One is committing to resupplying its colonists for the rest of their lives. They'll need a fresh stock of food and spare parts for their habitats and life support machines at least every couple years.

In the rebuttals that followed, Lansdorp said that it's entirely possible that the budget could inflate two or three times its current size. But he said the cost doesn't matter to investors. They're more worried about the risks, like if a rocket explodes or if another company beats Mars One to the red planet.

The final moments of the debate made it pretty clear who won: the MIT students. They circled back to the point that the Mars One mission is fundamentally unsustainable because the cost grows as the number of people living on Mars increases. Both parties agreed a critical step is to figure out a way to efficiently build things and grow food on Mars. They could just fake it like Apollo did. - JWD (Clink on link for video) - Two MIT students just schooled a company trying to send people to Mars

08/25/15 - New Order to the Solar System
KeelyNet What if one cosmic event explained the existence of comets, asteroids and also Kuiper Belt Objects? ‘New Horizons’ probe successfully completed a 9-year journey to Pluto and the scientific world is excited. But… Astronomers have not considered a remote possibility and yet a simple ‘theory’ or speculation that physicists could readily understand.

Instead, modern astronomers and space pundits run in circles and debate silly things like: Is Pluto a planet or one of many ‘planetesimals’ in the Kuiper Belt? (Google Yurchey’s ‘Planet Pluto’). In reality, Pluto is not the ninth planet…it is the TENTH!

Asteroids are found between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter in the so-called ‘gap.’ 2.8 AU ( Astronomical Units ) from the Sun was where 19th Century astronomers searched for a ‘missing’ planet between the four inner ones and many outer ones. They found irregular Ceres and then jagged Vesta and soon discovered there were thousands of smaller bodies at the expected 2.8 A.U. Bode’s Law distance ( see World-Mysteries article or Google “Bode’s Law”).

The Asteroid Belt of orbiting particles was once a planet (Refer to info on World-Mysteries article and other sites that prove the planetary origin of the Asteroid Belt). All planets (and asteroid belt) fit Titus-Bode Law except for Neptune!

Bode’s Law or an even and clear mathematical formula exists for planet-distances from the Sun in our Solar System. Neptune is the exception. Astronomers discarded old Bode’s Law with the discovery of Neptune in 1846. BIG MISTAKE. If we removed Neptune from its orbit and placed it where the Asteroid Belt is located, we would have a near perfect mathematical progression of planets out from the Sun.

Astronomers, physicists and cosmologists have not noticed that PLUTO FITS BODE’S LAW! They view ‘Bode’ as a quaint, obsolete idea and not a Law simply because they are unaware of Bode as a general truth. They have forgotten that the simple Formula was the reason for the discovery of the Asteroid Belt in the first place. - New Order to the Solar System

08/25/15 - Pros and Cons: Donald Trump Running for President
KeelyNet Jimmy Fallon weighs the good and bad of Donald Trump making a run for the highest office in the U.S.

Leave it to Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon to determine whether or not Donald Trump‘s rumored 2016 run at the White House is a good thing.

Fallon’s “Pros and Cons” segment focuses on a possible campaign, like whether or not Hillary Clinton‘s team is actually responsible for all the emails supposedly encouraging the New York businessman to run.

But the real meat is in the bits assuming Trump could actually win the election, like his plans to “flip [the White House] for twice its value.” (Clink on link for video) - Pros and Cons: Donald Trump Running for President

08/25/15 - Packages could be delivered by unicycle drones that swarm together
Transwheel drones use a single self-balancing wheel and a robotic arm to pick up and carry packages. The electric robots would work alone for small deliveries or operate together as a swarm to carry larger loads. They would use GPS to help them navigate and facial recognition to confirm the identity of a recipient. Designers say the robots could allow customers to receive deliveries at times that are convenient to them.

A new type of robotic vehicle could soon be carrying our packages and parcels to our doors, according to designers. The Transwheel drone uses robotic arms to carry deliveries on single self-balancing wheel. It would use GPS to navigate between locations and facial recognition software to confirm the identity of recipients. For larger items, the drones could also work together to share the load.

Kobi Shikar, an engineering and design student at Shenkar School of Engineering and Design in Ramat Gan, Israel, claims they could even replace the need for container lorries. He said the robotic delivery service could replace the need for large delivery vehicles clogging up the roads but perhaps more usefully it may also remove the need to deliver items during working hours.

The Transwheel drone has robotic arms which it can use to pick up and place down parcels. It would use facial recognition to confirm the identity of a recipient when delivering an item under the vision outlined by designer Kobi Shikar.

he robots would be able to turn up with packages at times more convenient to homeowners. Mr Shikar said: 'The Transwheel concept reimagines package distribution as a round-the-clock autonomous service carried out by robotic single-wheel drones that work independently and together to ensure timely, efficient delivery. 'Each wheel features a self-balancing gyroscopic system, electric arms, and GPS-driven communication capability. (Clink on link for video) - Packages could be delivered by unicycle drones that swarm together

08/25/15 - 'Hearing aid' picks out voices in a crowd


The device consists of 36 plastic tunnels with a microphone at the centre. Each tunnel has a unique structure that subtly changes sound waves. This allows the device to work out which direction a voice came from. Individual voices among many are picked apart by a computer algorithm.

Artificial intelligence researchers have long struggled to solve 'the cocktail party problem' of picking apart singular voices in a cacophony of speakers. But now researchers in the US have built a prototype that can tell the difference between three different voices speaking simultaneously with 97 per cent accuracy.

The invention is a 3D-printed device that can tease apart multiple voices without the need for sophisticated electronics. The device consists of 36 plastic tunnels arranged in a disc with a microphone at the centre.

Each passage alters sound waves that enter it in a slightly different way, which make them easy for a computer to pick them apart. The inside of the tubes are made from a metamaterial - an artificial substance built specifically to affect sound waves bouncing off it. The device can then identify individual voices and sounds by working out which direction they are coming from.

The process was compared to the sound made when you blow into the tops of bottles containing water by senior author Steven Cummer of Duke University, North Carolina. When you blow into the top of a bottle it makes a certain note depending on how much water the bottle contains, Cummings told Nature. Each tube contains hexagons that bounce sound, altering it in a different way, similar to if you have multiple bottle with different amounts of water in them.

While the human ear is unable to notice the subtle changes made to the sound waves by the chambers, a computer algorithm can almost always tell which direction the voice is coming from. 'Our proposed multispeaker listening system functionally mimics the selective listening capability of human auditory systems,' wrote the researchers in a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. - 'Hearing aid' picks out voices in a crowd

08/25/15 - Internal Revenue Code is not a law
Breakthrough Memorandum of Law obliterates in 20 pages the fraud that has made the 3,837-page Internal Revenue Code a monolith of impenetrability. General knowledge of the contents of the Memorandum ultimately will result in withdrawal of cooperation on the part of a sufficient number of former victims of the fraud so as to lead to its elimination.

When principals of the private Bank of Amsterdam in 1622 fail to sell the Dutch government on the idea of income tax they decide to procure their own government and country and thereafter hire Oliver Cromwell, finance and foment the English Revolution, orchestrate the execution of King Charles I of England, and install their own puppet, the Dutch prince, William III of Orange, on the British throne.

William’s most important act is the granting, on July 21, 1694, of the charter of incorporation of “The Governor and Company of the Bank of England,” the world’s first state-sanctioned “fractional reserve banking” institution, allowing the bank to masquerade as a department of government (Bank “of England”) and circulate (lend) its own promissory notes, each of which bears the bank’s promise to pay to the bearer on demand a certain quantity of gold, but for which there is no gold in the bank’s vaults. The arrangement permits the private Bank of England to loan its own paper currency at no cost to itself (i.e., Monopoly™ money) under the protection of the government; to wit:

"The bank hath benefit of the interest on all moneys which it creates out of nothing.”[4] William Paterson, founder of the Bank of England.

“It [the Bank of England] coined, in short, its own credit into paper money.”[5] James E. Thorold Rogers, Professor of Economics, Oxford University.

The difference between the promissory notes of the private Bank of England and Federal Reserve Notes of the private Federal Reserve is that Fed bankers did away with the promise-to-pay-gold nuisance a long time ago (House Joint Resolution 192 of June 5, 1933), having swindled and shipped to England and Germany nearly all of America’s gold between 1916 and 1932.

Enjoying a monopoly as they do, today’s banks “loan” computer-keypad keystroke entries of digits, called “credit” (modern equivalent of the Bank of England’s hollow promissory notes), at no cost to themselves. As explained by the senior government banking official, then-Secretary of the Treasury Robert B. Anderson:

“[W]hen a bank makes a loan, it simply adds to the borrower’s deposit account in the bank by the amount of the loan. This money is not taken from anyone else’s deposit; it was not previously paid in to the bank by anyone. It’s new money, created by the bank for the use of the borrower.”[6]

The Federal Reserve banking system cannot endure without constant extraction–by way of collection of income tax by the Internal Revenue Service to hide the fraud of inflation–of a huge percentage of the digits created and injected into circulation by banks in the loan process; hence the overwhelming complexity of the Internal Revenue Code and heartlessness of those who enforce its provisions. Notwithstanding the best-laid plans of the architects thereof, however, and efforts of their enforcers, no one can stop a grass-roots movement and anyone can disabuse himself of the hoax in the pages of the attached Memorandum. - Internal Revenue Code is not a law

08/25/15 - What Chemtrails Really Are

08/25/15 - Ayahuasca Could Cure Diabetes

08/25/15 - Ford Falcon From Australia Runs On Water

08/25/15 - Before you Buy a Hydrogen Generator (HHO)

08/25/15 - Smart battery charges phone in 30 seconds

08/25/15 - Too much sugar is bad for the eyesight

08/25/15 - Print your own satellite in orbiting space factory

08/25/15 - New electric storage material

08/25/15 - Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car Draws Attention But Lack Fueling Stations

08/25/15 - Solid electrolyte batteries could last a lifetime

08/25/15 - Drug protects against effects of nuclear radiation 24 hours after exposure

08/25/15 - 1914 patent to prove the existence of god (PDF)

08/25/15 - Patents for Unworkable Devices

08/25/15 - Piezo Crystals Harness Sound Waves to Generate Hydrogen

08/25/15 - Self running engine videos

08/25/15 - Motorcycle runs 310 miles on a single litre of water

08/25/15 - MIT Figured Out How To 3D Print With Glass

08/25/15 - Printed Solar Panels Could Provide Power To 1.3 Billion People

08/25/15 - Water splitter produces clean-burning hydrogen 24/7

08/25/15 - Run a 4-minute mile

08/25/15 - Eliminating water-borne bacteria using The Drinkable Book could save lives

08/25/15 - Bob Boyce pulses Electrolyzer system plans (PDF)

08/25/15 - Wormhole Created in Lab Makes Invisible Magnetic Field

08/25/15 - Bernie Sanders Should Be Considered the Democratic Frontrunner

08/25/15 - Lake Mead's Water Sinks to Lowest Level Since 1930s


08/22/15 - One Solution to Illegal Immigrants
I'm all caught up in Trump Mania or Trump Fever so watch a lot of the videos, commentaries and read the articles. I was struck today with a totally brilliant comment posted on the Mobile, Al rally which stated;

KeelyNet Reed Mesmer 19 hours ago - About those Illegals... All we have to do is make it a felony crime to hire illegals.

They will self deport due to the fact that they will have no incentive to stay.

If they can't find work they WILL go home.

We can still build that wall if you want, but most of the illegal problem will be solved with the passing of a single law.

He's right, without jobs, they will have no choice but to return to their own country on their own. Absolute Genius, thank you Mr. Mesmer.

We still need to streamline the immigration process to make it easier and faster for those who seriously WANT TO BECOME AMERICANS to come the USA and add to our society. We also need some kind of review process for all the illegals who have been in the USA for many years, to allow them a year to apply for a speedier legal citizenship. And a review process to make sure those with a criminal history do not get in.

Watch the video (with english subtitles) and you cannot help but feel for these people who made the mistake of entering illegally, then built a life, only to be caught and have it all ripped away when they are deported. One guy with 3 kids lived in the states for 20 years, one day he walks to the corner store for an ice cream, local cop asks for his ID, finds he is illegal, he gets deported and winds up dying in the desert while trying to return.

Most illegals come looking for a better life, better pay for themselves and their families. We need to try to stop these unnecessary deaths by helping the good illegals become legal based on their history while they are in the states. - JWD

08/22/15 - Rachel Maddow discovers Trumps Secret
Tonight I was watching the attached video and was stunned when Rachel Maddow explained Trumps Art of the Deal as applied to his presidential run. Dreaded having to laboriously type it up, but it's worth it...listen to Rachel explain it all about 03:40;

"It's actually genius. I don't think he's a dumb guy, I don't think that he's playing a game here. What he's doing with that is genius. If he was going to say I am only going to run as a republican, not as an independent, he loses all his leverage, then he is just another one of the republicans.

But if he says no, you guys be nice to me or I'm going to jump in as an independent, thereby guaranteeing Hillary Clinton will be the next president.

What does that mean? That means if he doesn't do that, the republicans owe him forever and if he does do that, Hillary Clinton becomes president and she owes him forever.

Nice, so right now, he will never have more power than he has right now because either way this goes, whether he runs as an independent or he doesn't, half of the countries political infrastructure is going to owe him for the rest of their lives.

That is the "Art of the Deal".

Wow! Trump has his side favored no matter what they do. Imagine this guy and his crew making deals for the USA to bring back factories and bring in income from tariffs/taxes on all imports. You are an american company who wants to outsource in anyway, you will PAY so that the loss of your companies payroll winds up returning to our government. Imagine all the new jobs these new factories will create. Vote Trump! - JWD

08/22/15 - Three songs for the Trump Campaign
Absolutely, "A Little less Talk and a lot more Action", followed up by "Whose your Daddy?" and ending with "Find out who your Friends are".


08/21/15 - Is Trump Ferengi?


Something has been bothering me about Donald Trump and it finally congealed, he is Ferengi, maybe even the Grand Nagus of the Ferengi. Star Trek fans will know but for the unenlightened;

Ferengi - The Ferengi are a fictional extraterrestrial race from the Star Trek universe. They first appeared in "The Last Outpost", the fifth episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987, during which they made first contact with the United Federation of Planets in 2364 on the planet Delphi Ardu, though they had been mentioned in the series' pilot, "Encounter at Farpoint". They and their culture are characterized by a mercantile obsession with profit and trade, and their constant efforts to swindle unwary customers into unfair deals. They are also known for their business acumen and for rampant misogyny. They also sometimes force their women into the sex trade.

The Two Hundred Eighty-Five Rules of Acquisition compose the sacred code on which all of Ferengi society is based. They were first written down by Gint, the first Grand Nagus (the title of the leader of the Ferengi Alliance). The title "Rules of Acquisition" was chosen as a clever marketing ploy (since the rules are merely guidelines) and Gint numbered his first rule one hundred sixty-two to create a demand for the other one hundred sixty-one Rules that had not yet been created.

Ferengi culture is so devoted to unregulated capitalism that concepts such as labor unions, sick leave, vacations, or paid overtime for workers are considered abhorrent, because they would interfere with the exploitation of workers. Ferengi workers don't particularly mind this system, because they all want to eventually gather enough wealth to become employers themselves, exploiting their own workers. In addition to the Rules, the Ferengi also recognize the five Stages of Acquisition: infatuation, justification, appropriation, obsession, and resale. The five Stages of Acquisition may be based on the five stages of grief.

The Rules of Aquisition pop up over and over in Trumps speeches. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with business dealings as long as they are fair and don't create problems. Some Ferengi rules you might have heard Trump use;

1 - Once you have their money ... never give it back.
3 - Never pay more for an acquisition than you have to.
9 - Opportunity plus instinct equals profit.
48 - The bigger the smile, the sharper the knife.
58 - There is no substitute for success.
62 - The riskier the road, the greater the profit.
106 - There is no honour in poverty.

So the question arises, who came first? The Ferengi Rules possibly based on Trump himself or did Trump study them?

"The first mention of the rules within the Star Trek universe was in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Season 1, Episode 10 ("The Nagus"). March 21, 1993" which leads me to believe they copied and codified Trump and added a few to boot.

KeelyNet Trumps "The Art of the Deal" was published in 1987, fully 6 years before the Rules of Acquisition. The book is part memoir and part a business advice book.

It reached #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list and held a position in the list for 51 weeks.

It was the first book by Donald Trump. Trump was persuaded to write the book (with a ghostwriter) by Conde Nast owner Si Newhouse after the May 1984 issue of the Newhouse magazine GQ sold well, in which Donald appeared on the cover in a story about "Success".

The book was co-written by journalist Tony Schwartz and published on November 1, 1987 by Warner Books.

The book was published only several years prior to Trump's financial decline in 1991.[4] Trump's self-promotion, best-selling book and media celebrity status led one commentator to call him "a poster-child for the 'Greed is Good' 1980s".

The phrase "Greed is Good" was from the movie Wall Street which was released about 1 month after The Art of the Deal.

One other thing you'll notice in Trumps speeches, he predicts step by step what will happen, much as Vin Diesel does in his Riddick character. In the clip below, space pirate Santana had promised Riddick he would have his head in a box. Maybe not. (Click the link for other video) - Is Trump Ferengi?

08/21/15 - Google Maps can now tell if it’s worth installing solar panels on your roof
A new service called Project Sunroof aims to provide a "treasure map" of solar energy with the help of Google Maps. Sunroof gives homeowners detailed information about how much solar power their roof can generate and how much money they could save on electricity costs by adding solar panels.

Sunroof uses data from Google Maps that previously had no practical application. For instance, Sunroof uses Maps’ 3D-modeling to calculate the amount of space a building’s roof has for solar panels. The service also analyzes the positioning of the sun over the course of a year, as well as the type of cloud cover and temperature the neighborhood usually experiences. It even considers the amount of shade cast by nearby objects.

Switching to solar energy can be a win-win scenario for many households. Harnessing a free power source can help save money on the electric bill while ever-so-slightly decreasing the world's dependance on greenhouse-gas-producing fossil fuels. But it's possible your home doesn't get enough sunlight, and it can be hard to know exactly how much money you'll save. Sunroof can tell users how many hours of usable sunlight they'll get a year, as well as how much available space they have for solar panels on their roof.

If a family decides those cost-saving benefits are good enough, Sunroof will suggest installers nearby who can load the panels. Installing solar panels isn't cheap, costing upwards of $20,000, but the average homeowner can save about $20,000 by switching to solar energy — if their home is in the right spot. Right now, Project Sunroof is only available for people living in Boston, San Francisco, and Fresno, but Google plans to expand the service to the entire country.

Project Sunroof is mapping the planet’s solar potential, one rooftop at a time. Project Sunroof uses information that’s in Google Maps to figure out how much sun falls on a roof and takes into account stuff like the angle of the roof, the weather, and obstructions like trees and chimneys. Then it uses those measurements to figure out how many panels you’d probably need and how much you could save on your electric bill, including solar incentives in your area. You can see how buying or leasing panels affects your savings, and then send your estimate to installers in your area, instantly.

Visit and enter your address to find out how much solar energy could save you. Project Sunroof works in Boston, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Fresno. But anyone can sign up to find out when it expands to their neighborhood. Find out more at Google Sunroof. (Click on link for video) - Google Maps can now tell if it’s worth installing solar panels on your roof

08/21/15 - Donald Trump - Two histories
KeelyNet Trump's extravagant lifestyle, outspoken manner, and role on the NBC reality show The Apprentice have made him a well-known celebrity who was No. 17 on the 2011 Forbes Celebrity 100 list.

Commenter #1; "Gotta give the man credit - he rebuilt bigger and better and turned his empire into 10 billion dollars ... love him or hate him - the man is brilliant..."

Commenter #2; "The funny thing, to me, this is supposed to be a hate piece on Trump, but the more I watch it, the more I'm convinced he's what the US needs right now." (Click on link for videos) - Donald Trump - Two histories

08/21/15 - 5 year old girl can hypnotise creatures with handstroke
Han Jiaying, 5, can put animals to sleep with her voice and her hands. She showed off her skill on popular talent show Amazing Chinese. Hypnotised five creatures, including a lizard and a rabbit, in five minutes. Trick uses a natural reflex called 'tonic immobility' or 'apparent death'.

Han Jiaying put five animals, including a chicken, a rabbit and a lizard, to sleep within five minutes using just her voice and the touch of her hands. During the performance on 'Amazing Chinese', China's answer to Britain's Got Talent by China Central Television Station, she stroked each animal before laying them on their back.

She then carried on stroking them for a few more seconds before lifting up her hands. Surprisingly, the animal remained completely still and appeared to be in a trance.

After five minutes, the dog, lizard, frog, chicken and rabbit all looked like they were lying asleep on their backs. Judges on the talent show and members of the audience looked visibly stunned as Jiaying worked her magic. At the end of the performance, all the animals woke up simultaneously when she shouted. You can learn all about this in my 3 Hypnosis ebooks on CD. - JWD - 5 year old girl can hypnotise creatures with handstroke

08/21/15 - Cows run to singing girls
Talk about singing 'til the cows come home. In this clip, three women named Kitty, Lisa and Yarnz sing and giggle, and curious cows come running from nearly every direction to see what's going on. Cows seem to love music. Last year, an entire herd gathered to hear a man play Lorde's "Royals" on a trombone. (Click on link for video) - Cows run to singing girls

08/21/15 - Is Donald Trump in Mortal Danger?
Daves Hodges (The Common Sense Show) joins James White (The Liberty Brothers Radio Show) to discuss former assassinations of men who challenged the establishment. (Click on link for video) - Is Donald Trump in Mortal Danger?

08/21/15 - Trump’s immigration plan would wreak havoc on U.S. society
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL hopeful Donald Trump, who unveiled his immigration platform over the weekend, says America’s illegal immigrants “have to go.” Although the large majority of Americans don’t agree, Mr. Trump is appealing to a more sympathetic audience: the most conservative slice of the Republican primary electorate.

So let’s take Mr. Trump’s plan at face value and examine the impact of deporting millions of undocumented immigrants. A useful case study is California, whose economy accounts for about 13 percent of U.S. gross domestic product and whose 2.6 million undocumented workers include almost a tenth of the state’s workforce.

Despite his nativist rhetoric, Mr. Trump may grasp the staggering economic and social havoc that mass deportation would wreak. Hence his offhand comment, on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” that he’d “bring them back rapidly, the good ones.” According to the Migration Policy Institute, about 87 percent of the United States’ undocumented immigrants — some 10 million people — have no serious criminal record. If those turn out to qualify as Mr. Trump’s “good ones,” what purpose would be served by deporting them only to “bring them back rapidly”?

What Mr. Trump proposes is nothing less than manufacturing a humanitarian upheaval on a scale rivaling the refugee crisis in Syria. Notwithstanding his cavalier rhetoric, there’s no evidence Americans would tolerate such a mass uprooting of people who have planted deep roots in this nation.

I read Donald Trump's immigration plan, and it's even crueler than I expected - It all seems like fantasy. But when you read Trump's immigration plan closely, you realize Trump actually has a theory of how to get this done — it's just a very, very cruel one.

If you understand immigration policy as a kind of negotiation between the United States government, legal immigrants, and unauthorized immigrants — which is clearly how Trump understands it — his plan is to win the negotiation by being willing to inflict more suffering than the other actors can bear; he is willing to care least about the human cost of the negotiation.

The plan would be a disaster for immigrants if enacted. But even if it's not enacted, the plan is a disaster for the Republican Party, which is somehow going to need to co-opt Trump's appeal to anti-immigration voters, but absolutely cannot afford to be associated, in the minds of Hispanic voters, with this document. Remember the movie 'A Day without a Mexican'? Where all the mexicans disappeared for a day to show people how they are an integral part of our society, regardless whether legal or illegal. - JWD (Click on link for video) - Trump’s immigration plan would wreak havoc on U.S. society

08/21/15 - The Border Crisis- The real impact of illegal immigration
This video is for Americans that believe in sovereignty. This failure to secure our borders is a push for the North American Union and Agenda 21. Remember this when you go to the polls in Nov.!Our vote may not count, but it is our last bastion for peaceful protest before we are forced to take up arms against our government. (Click on link for video) - The Border Crisis- The real impact of illegal immigration

08/21/15 - Trump focus group is so STUNNING to Morning Joe panel
Morning Joe’s Mark Halperin was shocked that Trump supporters were so articulate about what they liked about him, and the rest of the panel was so “stunned” that they had to replay it just about 25 minutes later. This was after the Florida poll results which showed Trump beating JEB! and Marco Rubio soundly in their own home state. - Trump focus group is so STUNNING to Morning Joe panel

08/21/15 - TT Brown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo
71 minutes in iPhone format of recovered 16mm film taken in 1958-1960 at the Bahnson Lab run by Dr Townsend T. Brown. For full 1.39Gb resolution (720 x 480) ask Stan Deyo at

Since world events are so close to the collapse of civilization I decided to release this footage before I was able to order the segments by date. Hopefully someone else will store this data for posterity as well as myself. (Click on link for video) - TT Brown complete Lab Film Stan Deyo

08/21/15 - Why Sound Heals
"Sound is the medicine of the future." Edgar Cayce There is no doubt that sound has subtle, but profound effects on our body, minds and spirits. How exactly does sound work, though, to heal us? Have you ever listened to an orchestra prepare to play an invigorating symphony? There is a cacophony first with the woodwinds and strings, horns, and timpani making quite a ruckus, but when they tune their instruments precisely, the sound that washes over you like a wave, can bring peace and excitement that surpasses some of the most invigorating practices on earth – like sky diving, or dropping 45 feet into a hidden cave.

The body works in much the same way. If a single instrument (organ, or organ system) is playing its own tune, and not in harmony with the rest of the body, disease is more likely to happen. As sound therapist, Dr. John Beaulieu, ND, PhD explains: “The fundamental principle of Energy Medicine is that an underlying energy field generates physical, emotional, and mental behaviors or symptoms. If we change the energy field, the physical, emotional, and mental behaviors will also change.”

Cymatics - One of the most effective ways to change the energy field is through a science named cymatics. Though he was not the first to discover that sound could heal, Dr. Hans Jenny, M.D. of Basel Switzerland put together some fascinating experiments where we could literally ‘see’ how sound works. Jenny created ‘cymatics’ when he put sand, fluid or some other powder on a metal plate that was attached to an oscillator. An oscillator is essentially a vibrator, but his oscillator was controlled by a generator that was able to produce many thousands of types of frequencies. Some of these can be found in nature, and others are created by man.

By changing the frequencies on the oscillator, Jenny found that sand, or water or whatever substance he was using to create a visible medium for his sound, would morph into some very interesting shapes. These shapes mimicked the properties of divine geometry, and the higher the frequency, the more complex the shapes would appear to be. He wrote: “Since the various aspects of these phenomena are due to vibration, we are confronted with a spectrum which reveals a patterned, figurative formation at one pole and kinetic-dynamic processes at the other, the whole being generated and sustained by its essential periodicity.”

What Jenny was observing was really a simple way of observing matter come to life. Since we now understand, through the emerging field of quantum physics, that patterns emerge via waves of energy, the plates were showing the scientist a similar phenomenon. In ancient Sumerian society, this was a known fact. This is why practices like mantra were held in high esteem. The seed syllable, OM, for example, causes a certain frequency to imprint upon the ‘matter’ around it, and thus changes the energetic field.

Over millennia, those who have studied the science of sound, have come to understand that certain frequencies are very healing for the human body. Overall, however, you are trying to create resonance – “When two systems are oscillating at different frequencies, there is an impelling force called resonance that causes the two to transfer energy from one to another. When two similarly tuned systems vibrate at different frequencies, there is another aspect of this energy transfer called entrainment, which causes them to line up and to vibrate at the same frequency.” (Richard Gordon) When we ‘entrain’ with healing frequencies, our bodies and minds vibrate in harmony.

Fundamentals of Sound Healing - Most ancient cultures used the seemingly magical power of sound to heal. Sound healing had almost disappeared in the West until the 1930s when acoustic researchers discovered ultrasound and its medical properties. With this discovery, research burgeoned and today the ancient art of sound healing is rapidly developing into a new science. There is now a mass of research into the healing benefits of ultrasound, including its use in breaking up kidney stones and even shrinking tumours. [1-3] In addition, infrasound and audible sound are now recognized as having immense healing properties.

Resonance may be the most important principle of sound healing and has various definitions. In the context of healing humans or animals it can be described as the frequency of vibration that is most natural to a specific organ or system such as the heart, liver or lungs. This innate frequency is known as the prime resonance.

All cells emit sound as a consequence of their metabolic processes. There is an interaction between the cells own sounds and those imposed by the environment, including those applied by sound healing devices. The resonance principle relates to the cellular absorption of the healing sounds and/or their harmonics. In sound healing, resonance principles are employed to re-harmonize cells that have been (hypothetically) imprinted with disruptive frequencies. Such troublesome imprints may have been a result of toxic substances, emotional traumas, pathogens, or long-term exposure to noise pollution.

Another possible explanation of how sound is able to trigger the healing response relates to cellular ion channels. Situated within a cella membrane, ion channels are the means by which the cell receives nourishment and communicates with neighboring cells. In dysfunctional cells it is proposed that some of these vital channels are shut down causing cell senescence, so literally the cell is sleeping. In this hypothesis, sound opens the closed channels, supporting the cell to awaken and resume normal functioning and replication.

Dr James Gimzewski, of UCLA, California, has taken a revolutionary approach to studying cellular function. He uses an atomic force microscope, a kind of super-sensitive microphone, to listen to the sounds emitted by cells. The focus of this new science, called a sonocytology, is mapping the pulsations of the cella's outer membrane, thus identifying the song's of the cell. Gimzewski's work has revealed that every cell in our bodies has a unique sonic signature and 'sings' to its neighbors. Sonocytology is a potentially powerful, diagnostic tool for identifying the sounds of healthy cells versus those of injurious ones. But it introduces an even more exciting prospect: the ability to play the destructive sounds of rogue cells back to them greatly amplified, so that they implode and are destroyed. In this scenario there would be no collateral damage to surrounding tissue since healthy cells would not resonate with these frequencies. This is the process I will test with my Make me young again project. - JWD (Click on link for video) - Why Sound Heals

08/21/15 - Personal Skysphere


One half-joking boast that he could build a room in the sky turned New Zealand resident Jono Williams into a DIY architect and the creator of this James Bond-like Skysphere. Click here to read more about it on Yahoo Homes.

The Skysphere is a 33-foot-tall tower with a ladder running up through the core. At the top is a 270-square-foot space with 360-degree views of the surrounding New Zealand countryside. - Personal Skysphere

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08/17/15 - Trump on China - Listen up, you MFs!
Commenter; "We're already starting to pay more due to inflation. People can and will pay more if they're working. China has said they will be the new economic powerhouse in 2016. America has to DO something different than what we're doing now because IT IS NOT WORKING!" Goto 04:50 for the listen you MFs bit...excellent! He makes me feel so good about America and what it COULD BE AGAIN! - JWD (Click on link for all three of these enthusiastic for America videos) - Trump on China - Listen up, you MFs!

08/17/15 - Vibrating Electrolyzers -- Moray King on ZPE in hydroxy systems
Moray King speculates on how zpe might be unlocked to increase efficiency. - Vibrating Electrolyzers -- Moray King on ZPE in hydroxy systems

08/17/15 - Obsolescence - Cars That Can Run For Over 250,000 Miles
If you haven’t set foot in a new-car dealer’s showroom in over a decade you’re not alone. The average age of all light-duty cars and trucks on the road now stands at a record 11.5 years, according to the market research firm IHS Automotive in Southfield, Mich. “As long as we have tracked average age, it has gradually risen over time due to the increasing quality of automobiles,” says Mark Seng, global aftermarket practice leader at IHS Automotive.

To be sure a quick scan of online used-car listings in the greater Chicagoland area show a bevy of models with more than 250,000 miles registered on their odometers that are in sufficiently good enough shape to be seeking new owners. Among those being offered, we found a 2006 Honda Accord sedan with 280,000 miles, a 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe SUV with nearly 275,000 miles and a 2003 Dodge Ram 3500 pickup truck that’s logged over a half-million miles – 556,000 to be exact – and is still going.

To determine which would be the most likely new vehicles to reach 250,000 miles and beyond, we combed the predicted reliability ratings for new vehicles published annually by Consumer Reports, based on subscriber surveys received for over 1 million vehicles from the 2005 through 2014 model years. Vehicles are ranked according to 17 potential problem areas, ranging from major components like the engine, transmission and brakes, to issues with paint, trim and interior accessories. - Obsolescence - Cars That Can Run For Over 250,000 Miles

08/17/15 - The Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires
This short video recounts the story of the amazing Eucharistic Miracle that happened in Argentina in 1996 in the Parish of St. Mary. The Eucharist is the Christian ceremony commemorating the Last Supper, in which bread and wine are consecrated and consumed. - The Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires

08/17/15 - In 180 Seconds You Will Be Voting For Bernie Sanders
Senator Bernie Sanders speaks with a passion, simplicity and honesty that can only come from a lifetime of telling the truth. It’s not a complicated truth. His message: ‘Let us lead successful lives — as a people, a nation, a planet’. The only way to do that is to move away from the dark agenda of unchecked corporate power and Wall Street greed.

Every other candidate has been bought and paid for 100 times over. Bernie has never taken corporate money. No one who’s known or worked with him over the decades can question his commitment to do the right thing for the average American citizen. We are very lucky that he has decided to run for President. It is almost too late to save the planet, but here is a man who believes it is still possible. - In 180 Seconds You Will Be Voting For Bernie Sanders

08/17/15 - Digital Deception – Can You Trust What You See?
We know not to trust everything we see and hear on TV, but do you ever wonder just how much misinformation we are being fed? What’s the extent of it? What is really real?

Would you believe that many of the people you see on the news are actors, paid to stage events and aftermaths for TV consumption? Would it surprise you to learn that well-known footage from prominent world events was actually digitally created, all part of a staged drama, used to sway the TV-watching public into accepting profitable wars and supporting an agenda of centralizing global government? Or that even the supposedly random lottery draws you see on TV, which give millions of people hope they may one day be free of the confines of our controlled society, are actually rigged?

The truth is, you can’t trust what you see on TV. None of it. You can’t trust the people you see on TV, and you certainly can’t trust the people who own, regulate and benefit from what you see — be it politically, socially or financially.

What you can be sure of is that the mainstream corporate-owned and government-regulated media is waging a deliberate war on our collective consciousness, beaming fear-inducing images of terrorism and deception right into our living rooms. These deceptions have shaped the way we think, the way we vote, and the way we allow our taxes to be spent. We have allowed wars to be declared in our name, countries to be overthrown and trillion dollar military operations to be funded at our expense — and all based on the imagery of simple yet fallible computer graphics. They don’t call it the “idiot box” for nothing. (Click on link for video) - Digital Deception – Can You Trust What You See?

08/17/15 - MRI Shows Cancer Cells Thrive On Processed Sugar
KeelyNet Want to improve your health? Change your diet! This message is slowly permeating mainstream society, but has yet to convince fast-food lovers and sugary-treat fanatics. Largely unaware of food consequences, many still dive into high-fat, high-sugar food options without a second thought; but a recent study affirming that Cancer cells grow and thrive on processed sugar may change that.

Nature Medicine recently confirmed that processed sugar is one of the primary driving forces behind the growth and spread of cancer tumors. The results were so conclusive, in fact, that future cancer screening may rely on scanning the body for accumulated sugar for signs of the disease.

The University College London (UCL) in the U.K. made this discovery after experimenting with a new cancer detection method that involves utilizing a unique form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The scientists sensitized a MRI scanner to look specifically for glucose in the body, and it revealed that cancer tumors – which have been shown to feed off sugar – light up brightly as they contain high amounts of sugar.

Explained by a recent UCL announcement, “The new technique, called ‘glucose chemical exchange saturation transfer’ (glucoCEST), is based on the fact that tumors consume much more glucose (a type of sugar) than normal, healthy tissues in order to sustain their growth.” On the update given by the university, it was noted that tumors appear as “bright images” on the scanner.

When traditionally scanning for cancer, the use of low-dose radiation injections are used to identify the presence of tumors. This makes sense, as radiation is another known cause of cancer, but such an injection is not optimal due to its potential side effects. However, this method works because the things that trigger and promote cancer to develop and spread can also be used by doctors to detect it inside the body. And sugar can now officially be added to that list.

“The method uses an injection of normal sugar and could offer a cheap, safe alternative to existing methods for detecting tumors, which require the injection of radioactive material,” says Dr. Simon Walker-Samuel, lead researcher of the study from the UCL Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI).

The main culprits of deadening sugar include: white sugar and flour, sweetened and processed foods, and fast food. The way these break down in the body (compared to natural sources of fructose from fruit), is that they cause an increase of hormones to be released (specifically insulin), and in effect, signal for cancer cells to feed and continue to grow in size. (Click on link for video) - MRI Shows Cancer Cells Thrive On Processed Sugar

08/17/15 - Relax, America, Donald Trump is Not Really Running for President
A funny thing happened to Donald Trump on the way to the first national debate among Republican presidential hopefuls on Fox News. He was transformed from a media-baiting court jester to a legitimate political force. In the process, he cemented his front-runner status among the crowded field of GOP candidates.

Prior to the Fox News debate, no one was taking Trump seriously -- and that included Trump himself. He was probably just trying to drum up interest for the upcoming broadcast of the Miss USA Pageant, which he owns, by spouting a couple of wacky, over-the-top statements. The strategy had worked well for him in the past. However, after he made that first, incendiary remark about Mexican immigrants, things got complicated. Univision dropped its coverage of Miss America; NBC cancelled his Celebrity Apprentice show; businesses began to distant themselves from him.

The reality is that Trump's current popularity is probably as high as it'll ever go. As the NBC News/Survey Monkey results showed, his popularity among likely Republican voters climbed just 1% after the Fox News debate - from 23% to 24% - suggesting that he's got as much of the fringe vote as he's going to get. More recently, a CNN/ORC poll finds Trump's popularity heading into the Iowa presidential Republican caucus at 22%, confirming that the numbers aren't pushing higher. Eventually, one or two of his rivals will come up alongside him and finally pull ahead. Inciting controversy for the sake of controversy is also a risky campaign strategy. Like teasing the animals at the zoo, eventually something will bite back.

Trump would also never accept the job of president, as tempting as it might seem. It would mean giving up direct control of his global business empire. He would also have to forfeit the hundreds of millions of dollars he receives in endorsement deals every year. Four years as president, cut off from all business dealings and steady cash flow from endorsements could seriously put his financial empire at risk.

So don't worry, America. Trump will find a reason to pull out of the race - eventually. - Relax, America, Donald Trump is Not Really Running for President

08/17/15 - Donald Trump leading on, well, almost everything


In the first major-outlet non-Internet poll since the Republican primary debate last week, it's almost not surprising that CNN/ORC finds Donald Trump retaining the lead in Iowa. Almost. It's still a bit surprising, given Trump's wobbly handling of criticism during the event. (Click on link for video) - Donald Trump leading on, well, almost everything

08/17/15 - Donald Trump’s surprisingly savvy analysis of American politics
"a lot of voters are saying that they really want to see your policies now." For which Trump had a remarkable response. "Well, I think the press is more eager to see it than the voters, to be honest," he said. "I think the voters like me, they understand me, they know I'm going to do the job."

Trump added: "You know, when you put out policy, like a 14-point plan? A lot of times in the first hour of negotiation, that 14-point plan goes astray, but you may end up with a better deal. That's the way it works. That's the way really life works. When I do a deal, I don't say, 'Oh, here's 14 points.' I got out and do it. I don't sit down and talk about 14 points." "But I know the press wants it," he continued. "I don't think the people care. I think they trust me. I think they know I'm going to make good deals for them."

One key advantage that Trump has is that he is unconstrained by the norms of running for office. He doesn't need to spend time raising money because, however much he actually has, it's in the billions -- hundreds of millions of which are liquid and with millions more coming in regularly. He doesn't need to actually win, because he's already accomplished -- and employed. He doesn't need to worry about what he says because so much of his appeal to voters is centered on his not caring what the repercussions are.

All of which means that he's unconstrained by campaigning. He doesn't have to prove his chops to you; he's a billionaire. On "Meet the Press," Chuck Todd asked him if he wanted Ukraine to join NATO. Trump told Todd, without mincing words, that he didn't care. "If it goes in, great," Trump said. "If it doesn't go in, great."

On "Meet the Press," Trump and Todd did indeed talk about immigration. Trump's proposal was not very comprehensive, though it did include some apparently new elements: repealing President Obama's executive orders and revoking the clause in the 14th Amendment that grants citizenship to people born in America. It's still a jumbled group of ideas. - Donald Trump’s surprisingly savvy analysis of American politics

08/17/15 - Moonlit nights and Blue skies
KeelyNet We decided to pass the nights by taking measurements of random things, including the moon itself. Its around this time that I had an idea. I thought that if I would make a spectrum of the Moon and one of the Sun, then I would determine how reflective the moon is at different wavelengths. But it turns out that the moons surface is made of grains bigger than the wavelengths I could measure by borrowing the spectrometer Tarak was using. So, the Moons albedo, as it is called, had not much wavelength dependent effect that I could measure. So I had essentially been measuring sunlight in the night.

Notice how the spectral peak from skylight is noticeably at bluer (shorter) wavelengths than that from moonlight. Both spectra are un-calibrated but they passed through the same instrument. So if you divide one by the other, you are left with the wavelength dependence of the Rayleigh scattering cross section. We had learned in Physics classes that this is a very steep function, inversely proportional to the fourth power of wavelength. The sky supposedly appears blue because Rayleigh scattering is much more effective at bluer (shorter) wavelengths than at redder (longer) ones.

So, I divided the skylight spectrum by the moonlight spectrum and got a weird curve. One of the important things that I remembered from my Physics classes was to use log-log graphs to make unwieldy power-laws into manageable straight lines. This one turned out to have the correct slope. I was very happy, I had demonstrated to myself that the sky was indeed blue because of Rayleigh scattering. I wrote up a paper for the American Journal of Physics describing how other students can try it out themselves and explore further. - Moonlit nights and Blue skies

08/17/15 - Trump says he'd deport undocumented immigrants
Republican presidential contender Donald Trump would deport all undocumented immigrants and rescind U.S. President Barack Obama's executive orders on immigration if he is elected to the White House, he said in an interview with NBC News that will air on Sunday. "We're going to keep the families together, but they have to go," Trump told NBC's "Meet the Press," according to an excerpt released on Saturday.

Asked by host Chuck Todd about illegal immigrants who might have nowhere else to go, Trump said: "We will work with them. "They have to go ... we either have a country, or we don't have a country," he added. Trump, 69, also said in the interview he would need to rescind Obama's executive orders on immigration, including one that protects from deportation the children of parents who came to the country illegally.

There are an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States. - Trump says he'd deport undocumented immigrants

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KeelyNet You can download any mix of our eBooks or order collections on CD to save money.

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08/17/15 - 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.

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