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02/25/17 - Earth’s Rotational Energy – Is it usable?
KeelyNet The Earth is rotating. A large rotating mass like the Earth is a huge battery of kinetic energy. Millions and millions of tons of rock rotating is one the things closest to unlimited energy that we can think of. Probably right up there, second only to the Sun’s energy. This planetary battery was charged up during the formation of our planet, but since it is a battery it can be drained. The moon and tides have been draining some of this energy for a very very long time. If we could we would certainly like to tap into it.

Well, the most obvious solution is to lock one part of the machine to the Universe with the above force and lock down another part of the machine to a solid rock on the ground. Then put a rotational electrical generator between them.

We first build a gyroscope on the North Pole. We could build it anywhere else, but the North Pole allows us the use of a gyroscope flywheel with a horizontal axis (which helps keep the text simple). The massive flywheel is spinning very fast, so its rotation plane is locked with respect to the Universe and will fight against turning. The gyroscope is assembled in some way to the gyroscope base. The base is free to turn around the gyroscope axis. The lower end of the axis is fixed to the gyroscope stand. The stand is bolted down to the ground so that it’s fixed to the Earth and turns with it in space (a full turn every day).

The flywheel plane is locked to the Universe, so, as the Earth turns (and turns the bolted down gyroscope stand with it), the large gyroscope base gear (attached to the flywheel which is in turn locked to the Universe) makes the electrical generator gear spin (because the stator of the generator is mounted on the stand and is thus locked to the Earth). Add in a couple of wires and magnets and the rest of electrical generator stuff and you got yourself some electricity coming directly from the Earth’s rotational energy.

The easiest way to understand this is to imagine yourself on top of the North Pole together with the gyroscope stand, and observe the gyroscope base turn in the opposite direction in which the Earth turns. If you actually were in the North Pole sitting on the gyroscope stand then this is actually what you would observe (the same effect seen from a different point of view). - Earth’s Rotational Energy – Is it usable?

02/25/17 - Obtaining Energy from the Earth’s Spin Force
KeelyNet Converting the Spin Force to Usable Electric Power - Since it moves matter, it probably can be transformed into electricity. While researching this spin force around the human body I realized that the spin force of the Earth might be tapped as an industrial power source, an alternative energy. The spin force is not necessarily the Earth’s rotation, but is a name for that which drives the Earth’s rotation. Bjoorn Vlistigk, an investigator in Denmark, built a giant apparatus, like the kind I used and claimed to generate up to 5,000 watts from it. He used this power generation to light a string of one hundred, 50-watt, light bulbs. 6

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Method: There will be two approaches, blending into the one aim of extracting energy from the Earth’s spin force.

I. Building devices as big as Bjorn Vlistigk’s model, exploring variations, and moving them as far towards the pole as feasible and near the equator to maximize output.

II. Working with a team to develop novel plans for action in related areas and with different devices to extract energy from the spin force.

One of the greatest developments of the 20th century was a methodology to create new inventions. This is a group process developed by the company called Synectics, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. For a short time I was Director of Training and research, further developing these techniques. While working at Synectics I gave the idea for the Granola bar to General Mills, developed and patented the first Biofeedback instrument (licensed to Radio Shack) and helped develop other inventions and new techniques. One time with a few friends, using this creativity method, we developed a technique for gravity control, but chose not to publicize it because of concerns that it would be used for military purposes.

This wonderful creativity tool can be applied to develop new ideas, inventions, devices, instruments, techniques, business plans, political strategy or cooperation in any area. Since working for this company and learning the techniques, I have been so creative it’s almost a curse instead of a blessing. I am the inventor of a handful of bio-feedback and magnetic therapy machines and the author of books on these and other subjects. My limitations have always been in the area of product marketing (as I am educated as a scientist, not a businessman). A group using these creative processes has far more potential than any individual.

For purposes of developing alternative energy a group would be formed. (Eight people is the ideal size). Presently, my team consists of my son and myself, so only six more people are desired, at least one of whom should be naive, perhaps not educated in science or at least physics. Younger people, even teenagers are often more creative than adults. Their minds have not been pre-crystallized by narrow education. Please give me any ideas you might have, no matter how crazy they sound. Email Address: - Obtaining Energy from the Earth’s Spin Force

02/25/17 - It’s the end of the world, so why worry or try to help?
KeelyNet Sometimes I get the feeling there are a LOT more people than I ever thought who just don’t care about anything but their immediate needs.

The believers in the Rapture who think the return of Jesus is imminent and will save them from a dying, destroyed world.

And now these kinds of predictions that a polar flip will reformat the planet, so should we try to save ourselves or just sit back and do nothing, let nature take its course.

Don’t work on any way to AT LEAST TRY to save as much of humanity as possible, don’t invest in anything that could make a difference, just die with your money, toys and possessions and to heck with everyone and everything. At least you had YOUR fun. - It’s the end of the world, so why worry or try to help?

02/25/17 - How to Change the World - David Bornstein
KeelyNet Now published in more than twenty countries, David Bornstein's How to Change the World has become the bible for social entrepreneurship--in which men and women around the world are finding innovative solutions to a wide variety of social and economic problems.

Whether delivering solar energy to Brazilian villagers, expanding work opportunities for disabled people across India, creating a network of home-care agencies to serve poor people with AIDS in South Africa, or bridging the college-access gap in the United States, social entrepreneurs are pioneering problem-solving models that will reshape the 21st century.

How to Change the World provides vivid profiles of many such individuals and what they have in common. The book is an In Search of Excellence for social initiatives, intertwining personal stories, anecdotes, and analysis. Readers will discover how one person can make an astonishing difference in the world.

The case studies in the book include Jody Williams, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for the international campaign against landmines she ran by e-mail from her Vermont home; Roberto Baggio, a 31-year old Brazilian who has established eighty computer schools in the slums of Brazil; and Diana Propper, who has used investment banking techniques to make American corporations responsive to environmental dangers. - How to Change the World - David Bornstein

02/25/17 - Stanford engineers create a low-cost battery for storing renewable energy
A battery made with urea, commonly found in fertilizers and mammal urine, could provide a low-cost way of storing energy produced through solar power or other forms of renewable energy for consumption during off hours. Developed by Stanford chemistry Professor Hongjie Dai and doctoral candidate Michael Angell, the battery is nonflammable and contains electrodes made from abundant aluminum and graphite. Its electrolyte’s main ingredient, urea, is already industrially produced by the ton for plant fertilizers.

“So essentially, what you have is a battery made with some of the cheapest and most abundant materials you can find on Earth. And it actually has good performance,” said Dai. “Who would have thought you could take graphite, aluminum, urea, and actually make a battery that can cycle for a pretty long time?”

In 2015, Dai’s lab was the first to make a rechargeable aluminum battery. This system charged in less than a minute and lasted thousands of charge-discharge cycles. The lab collaborated with Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) to power a motorbike with this older version, earning Dai’s group and ITRI a 2016 R&D 100 Award. However, that version of the battery had one major drawback: it involved an expensive electrolyte.

The newest version includes a urea-based electrolyte and is about 100 times cheaper than the 2015 model, with higher efficiency and a charging time of 45 minutes. It’s the first time urea has been used in a battery. According to Dai, the cost difference between the two batteries is “like night and day.” The team recently reported its work in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Renewable energy storage - Unlike energy derived from fossil fuels, solar energy can essentially be harnessed only when the sun is shining. A solar panel pumps energy into the electrical grid during daylight hours. If that energy isn’t consumed right away, it is lost as heat. As the demand for renewable technologies grows, so does the need for cheap, efficient batteries to store the energy for release at night. Today’s batteries, like lithium-ion or lead acid batteries, are costly and have limited lifespans. Dai and Angell’s battery could provide a solution to the grid’s storage problem. “It’s cheap. It’s efficient. Grid storage is the main goal,” Angell said.

According to Angell, grid storage is also the most realistic goal, because of the battery’s low cost, high efficiency and long cycle life. One kind of efficiency, called Coulombic efficiency, is a measurement of how much charge exits the battery per unit of charge that it takes in during charging. The Coulombic efficiency for this battery is high – 99.7 percent. Though also efficient, lithium-ion batteries commonly found in small electronics and other devices can be flammable. By contrast, Dai’s urea battery is not flammable and therefore less risky.

“I would feel safe if my backup battery in my house is made of urea with little chance of causing fire,” Dai said. The group has licensed the battery patents to AB Systems, founded by Dai. A commercial version of the battery is currently in development. - Stanford engineers create a low-cost battery for storing renewable energy

02/25/17 - Amazon cites First Amendment in refusal to hand over Alexa data in murder case
Police first issued a warrant for the data back in December, hoping to gain insight on the hours leading up to the death of Victor Collins in November 2015. The owner of the Echo speaker, James Andrew Bates, pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder. At that point, an Amazon spokesperson told Mashable, "Amazon will not release customer information without a valid and binding legal demand properly served on us. Amazon objects to overbroad or otherwise inappropriate demands as a matter of course." Amazon reps gave the AP the same statement yesterday after filing the motion.

Specifically, the motion states, "The recordings stored by Amazon for a subscriber’s Echo device will usually be both (1) the user’s speech, in the form of a request for information from Alexa, and (2) a transcript or depiction of the Alexa Voice Service response conveying the information it determines would be most responsive to the user’s query. Both types of information are protected speech under the First Amendment.”

In refusing to hand over the recorded data, Amazon is sticking to its guns. The company said prosecutors must prove the information isn't available elsewhere before seizing the recorded data, and also requests that the court reviews it before the prosecutors to be sure that it's actually relevant to the case at hand.

The case is similar to Apple's legal battle with the FBI in California following the San Bernardino shootings. After the FBI demanded that Apple unlock the shooter's phone, the company refused, and the two were at a stalemate until the FBI found a different way into the device. - Amazon cites First Amendment in refusal to hand over Alexa data in murder case

02/25/17 - It might feel good, but February’s intense heat is a very bad sign


Meteorologists expect to see dozens of heat records broken this week, as an extended stretch of uncommonly warm weather continues across much of the United States.

Scientists have found that carbon pollution is warming the planet, producing more severe weather, including more extreme heat. February’s spate of record-high temperatures offers the most recent example of how this process plays out.

In Pruitt’s home state of Oklahoma, temperatures hit a record 99º F earlier this month, more than 40º above the average February high. Texas, Kansas, and Colorado also recorded all-time highs. Over the long weekend, Chicago endured four consecutive days of record heat, which coincided with record-setting temperatures in Madison, Milwaukee, and other Midwestern cities.

Record hot days -- those at the far end of the temperature distribution—bear the strongest human fingerprint. This, in other words, is what climate change looks like. As the planet warms, we will endure more extreme heat and less extreme cold. February has delivered record temperatures to countries as far afield as Iceland and Australia. So far this month, the United States has seen 2,805 record highs and just 27 record lows.

For those living in frigid Midwestern states, a balmy day in February is a welcome respite from the typical winter chill. But the early thaw?—?what scientists call “season creep”?—?can have disastrous consequences for ecosystems. Flowers are already beginning to emerge in Chicago, which has gone a record 67 days without an inch of snow. Early blossoms may wilt before they can be pollinated. Farmers in the region may see their crops bud after an early thaw only to perish in a late-season frost. - It might feel good, but February’s intense heat is a very bad sign

02/25/17 - Foam stops bullets cold and pulverizes them to dust
Foam body armor? Even armor-piercing bullets cannot get through this foam. And the foam doesn’t just stop bullets. It destroys them…this foam decimates bullets into dust. North Carolina State University Professor Afsaneh Rabiei led the team that created the amazing foam. This is not ordinary foam like the kind used for shaving, for example. This is a special type of foam called composite metal foams, or CMF.

Sound impossible that foam-based armor could stop armor piercing rounds? Testing has proved it is indeed possible. In tests conducted by the development team, the foam body armor was able to defeat an armor-piercing bullet. And on impact, their foam smashed the bullet into powder.

To challenge the foam material with bullets, the team built a shield. The strike face - the side facing the weapon - was made with the new composite metal foam together with boron carbide ceramics. The backplates – the side that would face the user - were made of Kevlar.

In tests, the team shot at the foam body armor with 7.62 x 63 mm M2 armor-piercing round. How well did it work? Their foam absorbed the bullet’s kinetic energy. The foam worked so well that an armor-piercing round could only penetrate less than an inch on the weapon-facing side of the shield.

On the side facing the warfighter’s body, the bullet was only able to cause an 8 mm indentation on the back. Body armor innovation is important because it can save lives. The National Institute of Justice standard allows up to 44 mm indentation from a bullet on side facing the user– so the foam performs 80 percent better than the maximum standard.

HOW IS IT MADE? - In basic terms, the foam is a composite metal foam. What does that mean? To make it, the team takes molten metal and bubbles gas through it. This process creates a sort of froth. When the froth cools, it becomes a lightweight, ultra strong matrix material. Processes like 3D printing and milling can also be used to make composite metal foam.

FOAM VS. NUCLEAR RADIATION - The team first produced a foam shield that could block radiation. This foam is able to stop and block X-rays. In tests, it can even protect against various forms of gamma rays. According to NASA, gamma rays are produced by the hottest and most energetic objects in the universe like supernova explosions and areas around black holes. Here on Earth, they can also be produced in nuclear fission. In tests, the foam could also protect against neutron radiation that can be produced by nuclear fission or fusion.

To develop radiation shielding, the team created a “high-Z steel-steel foam”. This one is a combination of stainless steel with a small amount of tungsten shaped into hollow spheres. This is then introduced into the steel matrix and creates the foam. Current protection options tend to be very cumbersome, awkward and heavy. The foam shielding could provide a lightweight, strong alternative for the military. It could also have potential for transportation and storage of hazardous materials. - Foam stops bullets cold and pulverizes them to dust

02/25/17 - END THE FED-Glenn Beck got fired 10 min after this live show - share with friends
END THE FED Iv'e watched many documentaries about the Federal Reserve and this is one of the best. They explain it so the average shmuck like me can understand exactly how they are sticking up my ass. They didn't even have the common courtesy to buy me dinner first. Download The Creature from Jekyll Island, 315pp pdf. - THE FED-Glenn Beck got fired 10 min after this live show - share with friends

02/25/17 - British Online Supermarket Launches Trucks Powered by Food Waste
It’s easy to take for granted things we have no problem obtaining, like money to purchase food to keep us full and happy every single day. But have you ever considered the detriments of buying too much food from the grocery store, only to find weeks later that some of your items have gone bad? Or perhaps you’re not a leftovers person, and choose to scrape the remainder of every meal off your plate and into the trash. Many of our routine practices regarding food may seem harmless, but food waste is a massive global issue that must not be ignored.

A report by UNEP and the World Resources Institute (WRI) found that an estimated one-third of all food produced worldwide, worth around US$1 trillion, gets lost or wasted in food production and consumption systems. This figure converted into calories means that about 1 in 4 calories meant to be consumed for nourishment are never actually eaten. Such statistics, among a world full of hunger, incredulous food prices, and social unease, reveal the environmental, moral, and economical issues surrounding many of our ‘normal’ food practices.

Waitrose, an upscale British grocer, takes the food waste problem very seriously. Its website states: We want all our food to be eaten – whether that’s by our customers, Partners (employees) or those in need. We work hard to predict how much food we will need; then we reduce prices as food nears its use by date.

Our ambition is for all our shops and depots to have an arrangement in place with a local organisation, such as a charity or social enterprise, to donate food before it goes past its use by date. While our shops are able to find a solution that suits the needs of the local community, not all of them have an arrangement in place yet, so if you’re interested in collecting from us, please contact the branch directly. The grocer made it a point to stop dumping leftovers into the landfill as early as 2012, and instead implement various measures to ensure they don’t contribute to the food waste problem, but rather work against it. For instance, it packages some of its fusilli pasta in boxes made, in part, from recycled food scraps. It claims this action reduces the need for virgin tree pulp by 15%, and lowers greenhouse-gas emissions by a fifth.

Now, Waitrose has announced the decision to run its delivery trucks completely on biomethane gas generated from food waste, making them the first company in Europe to do so. The company is partnering up with CNG Fuels, a renewable biomethane gas supplier, to incorporate 10 new trucks into its fleet. “With Europe’s most advanced CNG trucks, we will be able to make deliveries to our stores without having to refuel away from base,” Justin Laney, general manager of central transport for the John Lewis Partnership, announced in a statement. “Using biomethane will deliver significant environmental and operational benefits to our business. It’s much cleaner and quieter than diesel, and we can run five gas trucks for the same emissions as one diesel lorry.”

In the past, “duel-fuel” vehicles have used a combination of diesel with methane, natural gas, or biomethane gas, and have a range of about 300 miles. Using biomethane, which costs 40% less than diesel, means that any upgrades will pay for themselves in two to three years, according to CNG Fuels. “Renewable biomethane is far cheaper and cleaner than diesel, and, with a range of up to 500 miles, it is a game-changer for road transport operators,” CNG Fuels CEO Philip Fjeld explained. The alternative fuel also emits 70% less carbon dioxide, which supports the European Union’s pledge to cut its greenhouse-gas emissions by 40% by 2030 under the Paris Climate Agreement. - British Online Supermarket Launches Trucks Powered by Food Waste

02/25/17 - The Next Generation Of Efficiency: The Race To 65%

02/25/17 - JFK: The Last President to Tell the truth about Illuminati (The Freemasonry and Zionism)

02/25/17 - Why We Are Afraid, A 1400 Year Secret, by Dr Bill Warner

02/25/17 - DNA repair—a new letter in the cell alphabet

02/25/17 - "g-factor and the Helical Solenoid Electron Model" pdf

02/25/17 - New metamaterial is proved to be the world's first to achieve the performance predicted by theoretical bounds

02/25/17 - Study Finds TSA Airport Scanners ‘Damage DNA’

02/25/17 - Dim Mak (the death touch, touch of death) is real

02/25/17 - Rejuvenation: Restore the Telomeres and Produce Immortal Cells


02/25/17 - Isralift Giant Minto Wheel

02/25/17 - How the US government suppressed the worlds first Civilian Spacecraft Industry

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04/27/16 - The Mexistim Polarity Cycler
KeelyNet For over 12 years now, I have slept over a 3 X 4 foot wirescreen which is connected to my Mexistim on my nightstand. I leave it on all the time using the included AC/DC adapter. It uses very little electricity.

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

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

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

Now with free shipping to USA and Canada!

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




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