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11/27/14 - Jackie Chan DVD Helps Boost Solar Panel Efficiency


Apparently the pit pattern on a blu-ray disk is great at helping trap photons, rather than reflecting them. Applying this pattern to the glass in a solar panel can boost efficiency by 22%.

Researchers at Northwestern tested this system with Jackie Chan discs. From the article: "To increase the efficiency of a solar panel by 22%, the researchers at Northwestern bought a copy of Police Story 3: Supercop on Blu-ray; removed the top plastic layer, exposing the recording medium beneath; cast a mold of the quasi-random pattern; and then used the mold to create a photovoltaic cell with the same pattern...

The end result is a solar panel that has a quantum efficiency of around 40% — up about 22% from the non-patterned solar panel."

Blu-ray discs, like CDs and DVDs before them, consist of a thin layer — or layers — of recording medium sandwiched between two bits of plastic. Data is stored on this medium in a series of pits — small indentations — that are about 75nm long. To read the data, a laser is bounced off the recording medium — where the medium is smooth and untouched (usually referred to as islands), the laser light bounces straight back into a sensor; where the pits are, the laser is reflected differently. Thus, binary data can be stored and read.

In the case of Blu-ray, the binary data isn’t just burnt directly to the disc — compression is applied, and error control codes are added so that data can be recovered in the case of light scratches. Because the error control codes are applied every few bytes, the end result is a disc covered in quasi-random pits and islands that have a recurring pattern every 150 to 525 nanometers. (The iridescence — rainbow effect — of optical discs is caused by this repeating pattern, in case you wondered.)

As it turns out, these two characteristics — a quasi-random pattern, repeating every 150 to 525nm — are almost perfectly tuned for trapping photons in the visible light and near-infrared spectrum. One of the main reasons that current solar cells aren’t that efficient is because many photons simply reflect off the panel, rather than being converted into electrons. You can probably see where this is going.

To increase the efficiency of a solar panel by 22%, the researchers at Northwestern bought a copy of Police Story 3: Supercop on Blu-ray; removed the top plastic layer, exposing the recording medium beneath; cast a mold of the quasi-random pattern; and then used the mold to create a photovoltaic cell with the same pattern. This process actually makes the nanopatterned solar cell have the same iridescence as a Blu-ray disc. - Jackie Chan DVD Helps Boost Solar Panel Efficiency

11/27/14 - 20 Best Ironic Photos
There's a lot of irony out there in cyber space and we've gathered the funniest ironic photos on the net. Isn't it ironic? You might have to pause the slideshow to figure it out. - 20 Best Ironic Photos

11/27/14 - WaveNET – the Floating, Flexible Wave Energy Generator
KeelyNet Scotland's Albatern is putting a new, modular spin on renewable energy generation. WaveNET is a scalable array of floating "Squid" generator units that harvest wave energy as their buoyant arms rise and fall with the motion of the waves.

Each Squid can link up to as many as three others, effectively creating a large, floating grid that's flexible in every direction.

The bigger this grid gets, the more efficient it becomes at harvesting energy, and the more different wave movements it can extract energy from. Albatern's 10-year target is to have 1.25 kilometer-long floating energy farms pumping out as much as 100 megawatts by 2024.

Each Squid unit in the WaveNET array consists of a central ballast pole, surrounded by three buoyant floats that connect to the central post with linking arms. The linking arms connect to the central post with a fully articulating pump unit at each end, thus any movement of the arms as the floats move in the water causes those pumps to create hydraulic energy.

The Squid units can be connected to one another at the floatation points, and Albatern has discovered that building a large array gives you "dramatic non-linear yield improvements."

Imagine a blanket of points floating on the surface of the sea – as a wave travels through the blanket, those points are pushed together, pulled apart and moved individually along X, Y and Z axes relative to one another – and every time those points move, they're generating energy. - WaveNET – the Floating, Flexible Wave Energy Generator

11/27/14 - Woodwards Strange thrust
KeelyNet A stack of piezoelectric discs used in one of Woodward's experiments. The grid in the background is divided at 1/10" intervals.

For many decades, a fantasy among space enthusiasts has been to invent a device that produces a net thrust in one direction, without any need for reaction mass. Of course, a reactionless space drive of this type is impossible. Or is it?

In October of this year, at the laboratory of Dr. James Woodward in California State University at Fullerton (above), I watched a very small-scale experiment that was surprisingly persuasive. Unlike all the "free energy" scams that you see online, Woodward's device does not violate basic physical laws (it does not produce more energy than it consumes, and does not violate Newton's third law). Nor is Woodward withholding any information about his methods. He has written a book, published by Springer, that explains in relentless detail exactly how his equipment works--assuming that it does, indeed, work. He published his theory in Foundations of Physics Letters, vol. 3, no. 5, 1990, and he even managed to get a US patent -- number 5,280,864, issued January 25, 1994.

The idea is to accelerate a small object while varying its energy. For example, if the small object is a capacitor that is vibrating at a relatively high frequency, and the electrical charge on it fluctuates at twice that frequency, the mass of the capacitor should fluctuate, too. When Woodward told me about this in 1997, I asked him why such an easily demonstrated phenomenon had never been noticed by anyone else. "Probably because people don't normally go around weighing capacitors," he said.

In principle, you could try this yourself by using a stereo amplifier to power a speaker that has been repurposed to vibrate a capacitor at, say, 20kHz, while you would also charge and discharge the capacitor at 40kHz. This would be such an elementary experiment, you could set it up for maybe $50, but your challenge would be to measure the small mass variations that are supposedly occurring. You would also have a major problem excluding outside factors such as electromagnetic fields, vibration, air currents, thermal variations, and much more.

To deal with these issues, Woodward used a vacuum chamber in which he placed piezoelectric elements about 3/4" in diameter, which flex when they are subjected to electric current. The elements are interleaved with metal discs, and the capacitance between the discs changes as they vibrate. The resulting force is tiny, but he is convinced that it is measurable.

Back in the Keelynet BBS days, we had a file about something similar by a researcher named Polonyi. 'How to generate mechanical momentum from enclosed electromagnetic energy only' - Suppose we use Helmholtz coils arranged as two flat coils, separated to a distance approximately equal to the radius of the coil. If an alternating current is applied on each coil, an electromagnetic field will be generated by each one.

So, an attraction and repulsion effect will appear at the frequency of the applied currents and fields, on each coil, due to the field generated by the other coil. Now, the question arises: is it possible that, instead of the coils attracting and repelling each other, both will exert a force in the same direction?

In other words: if you mount them on a cart, will the cart move in one direction? Apparently it is possible after all, at least theoretically, because it is not the current but the FIELD generated by the said current that reacts with the other coil, and, since it takes a certain amount of time for the field to cross the space between the coils, it is just a matter of finding an arrangement that will create a unidirectional force condition.

Is there such a force condition ? Yes, and it is very simple...(read the full document at the link). - JWD - Woodwards Strange thrust

11/27/14 - How time travel may actually be possible
KeelyNet The latest and perhaps most exciting theory is the effect called time dilation. Though we’ve based technology on the theory for decades, an experiment finally proved this year that time dilation is absolutely a real phenomenon. It’s also a phenomenon that could allow us to travel into the future.

Time dilation basically refers to the idea that time passes more slowly for a moving clock than it does for a stationary clock. The force of gravity also affects the difference in elapsed time. The greater the gravity and the greater the velocity, the greater the difference in time. Black holes,like the one depicted in Interstellar, for instance,would produce a massive amount of time dilation, due to their extreme gravitational pull.

Thanks to the space program, we’ve actually been dealing with this effect for many years. This is why the clocks on the International Space Station tick just a little bit more slowly than clocks on Earth do. Since the space station is moving so fast and is affected by less gravity, time moves more quickly. It’s also why no clock on Earth is perfectly accurate, since the effect of time dilation means that time moves more slowly closer to the planet’s surface. Okay, maybe one is almost perfect.

A better example of time dilation at work involves GPS satellites. The GPS chip in your smartphone works because there are 24 satellites circling the globe at all times that triangulate your location based on how long it takes time-stamped information to travel to and from the device.

However, scientists learned when building the system that the atomic clocks on GPS satellites do indeed run a little bit fast, since they’re moving 9,000 miles per hour in orbit. To be specific, they lose 8 microseconds a day. That’s hardly perceivable, but it’s enough to throw off the location data. And so GPS technology makes adjustments to the clocks on board to account for the relativistic effects. The equation used is kind of complicated.

The implications of all this are huge. What if you took this to the extreme? If you jumped in a spaceship that flew super fast, time would pass more quickly for people on Earth. You could do a lap around the galaxy and return to Earth in the future. This is basically what happens inPlanet of the Apes. In effect, Charlton Heston’s character is a time traveler.

To be kind, they are 'confused'. Slowing down or speeding up local time is NOT time TRAVEL. Travel means moving from place to place. You don't actually go back or forward, you just speed up or slow down as referenced to where you are or where you land. John Keely said 'Time is Gravity' because he understood that it is the aether/influx into mass which produces the effect of weight, gravity, time and inertia as well as sustains existence.

By dimming gravity, you slow time and reduce inertia. This has been posted countless times on Keelynet for years! Geez, what does it TAKE? 5 people have kindly provided $350 for my dimming gravity project to date, apparently no one else 'gets it' or they have no confidence and/or would rather blow their extra money on hedonism. - JWD - How time travel may actually be possible

11/27/14 - Wilhelm Reich, M.D. Microfilm Collection
KeelyNet Materials loaned by Eva Reich to R.J. Wolf of the Harvard University Medical School for reproduction. All these files have been digitized and are now available to download through a torrent link at this site.

Wilhelm Reich's complete published works saved on Microfilm by his daughter now digitized to pdf photos.

"I am doing my part for Eva Reich. She asked if the microfilms that she made available for scholars in libraries around the world ever got digitized that would I to do my part and help spread knowledge of them world wide as they preserve WR original writings in German and English. So I am helping by spreading via social media...Thank you"

Remember Reich was imprisoned and his books burned. He died in prison and there are still many who do not want this information out so good on everyone who helps spread it around. So unjust that genius should be treated like this anywhere, let alone in the supposedly free USA. No telling what nuggets of lost information will be found in this collection so get to it troops! Thanks to Jamie Ogg for sharing this. - JWD - Wilhelm Reich, M.D. Microfilm Collection

11/27/14 - Will we live more than 200 years as Cyborgs?
KeelyNet Do you really want to live forever? Scientists say that people soon will be able to live more than 200 years. Our brain is ok for that. But our body is not: we wear it out much quicker. So we die earlier then grey matter in the brain could afford us. But the scientists have something to offer. The most intelligent people speak now about the artificial robotic body, which would manage to provide our brain with all the necessary resources. Progress is moving on: nowadays people even can control artificial limbs using the power of though. The future can give us even more opportunities of this kind.

Ok, the brain is ok, the body agrees... Then what about the bloodstream? How it would flow through the robotic body? But the scientists just don't let us catch them read handed -- the invented some serum that would be able to replace blood and also the internal organs. Are we on the threshold of the future with infinite life in robotic body? What do you think?

Russian Tycoon Aims to Make Immortality a Reality Using Robots - A Russian multimillionaire is targeting the business community to raise money to fund a project that aims to make immortality a reality by 2045. It may sound like something straight out of a science fiction novel, but 32-year-old Dmitry Itskov is seeking investors to fund research for technology that will make eternal life possible by transferring human consciousness in an artificial form to avatars (robotic bodies). "It's the next space race," Itskov said to a handful of journalists at a question-and-answer meeting Friday.

Itskov is the founder of Initiative 2045, a nonprofit organization focused on creating an international research center where scientists will research and develop the technologies to make eternal life possible. Last year, Itskov wrote a public letter to individuals on Forbes billionaires list asking them to invest in his project. Though he received no public responses, he accomplished his goal of getting word out about the project, and he said he's continually in talks with wealthy individuals about it. "The goal was to get the public's attention," Itskov said. "I do communicate with some of the richest people in the world, but I can't share who they are."

This summer, Itskov will make a pitch to the those individuals, as well as to the entire business community, to invest in his project and in research and development that furthers his cause. Itskov's organization is hosting the second annual Global Future 2045 World Congress, where leading scientists, technologists and entrepreneurs gather to discuss and demonstrate technologies that are paving the way for life expansion. Speakers at the event include Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, and Peter H. Diamandis, the founder of the X Prize Project and co-founder of Planetary Resources, among other scientists and business people.

Itskov said that he will try and convince the business community that investing in immortality is a profitable business opportunity. Businesses will be needed to manufacture the robotic bodies that will serve as the avatars, build brain-computer interfaces (systems that allow the human brain to control the robot), and make tele-presence robotic systems (networks used to transfer a human's conscientiousness to a different avatar in another location), he said.

Itskov said that though he recognizes some may be hesitant, even reluctant, to consider a future where humans upload their consciousness to a robot, an evolutionary change is necessary if humans are to survive, and the species needs to be thinking of a long-term solution for its existence. "Not everyone understands the motive of the project. ... I know we could really change things just by changing the way we think," he said. "I have no doubts, not even a small doubt that this is possible."

KeelyNet In the classic Star Trek episode "Return to Tomorrow" where they encounter an alien intelligence from 6,000 centuries ago, when the humanoids of this planet were spacefarers. They colonized throughout the galaxy. Sargon speculates that a Human creation myth were perhaps two of Sargon's race.

KeelyNet As they advanced their mental abilities, they became 'as gods' eventually destroying themselves.

With only three surviving, they request the Enterprise techs to build no-neck robot bodies to house their minds and allow them to once again 'live' though without the sensory capabilities of a living body. The 'enfleshed' design would last 1,000 years and have massive strength.

I'd rather live in my my human body and simply rejuvenate to keep me at 20-30 years of age as long as I wished. Video - Return to Tomorrow on Temptations of the Flesh, I cannot live in that 'thing'. - JWD - Will we live more than 200 years as Cyborgs?

11/27/14 - Can that NDA land you in jail?
KeelyNet We get many questions about the difference between the protection a Patent offers and that of a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA).

In addition to the fact that an NDA goes into effect upon signature and a patent is worthless in it's application state - the real difference lies in the U.S. Economic Espionage Act of 1996.

This law you likely have never heard of is the legislation that makes disclosing trade secrets a crime. Since the information covered by the NDA is considered a trade secret, it stands to reason that under this law you can go to jail for violating the terms of an NDA - and you can in some cases.

The term 'trade secret' means all forms and types of financial, business, scientific, technical, economic, or engineering information, including patterns, plans, compilations, program devices, formulas, designs, prototypes, methods, techniques, processes, procedures, programs, or codes, whether tangible or intangible, and whether or how stored, compiled, or memorialized physically, electronically, graphically, photographically, or in writing if;

(A) the owner thereof has taken reasonable measures to keep such information secret; and

(B) the information derives independent economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known to, and not being readily ascertainable through proper means by, the public; and

(a) Whoever, with intent to convert a trade secret, that is related to or included in a product that is produced for or placed in interstate or foreign commerce, to the economic benefit of anyone other than the owner thereof, and intending or knowing that the offense will , injure any owner of that trade secret, knowingly--

(1) steals, or without authorization appropriates, takes, carries away, or conceals, or by fraud, artifice, or deception obtains such information;

(2) without authorization copies, duplicates, sketches, draws, photographs, downloads, uploads, alters, destroys, photocopies, replicates, transmits, delivers, sends, mails, communicates, or conveys such information;

(3) receives, buys, or possesses such information, knowing the same to have been stolen or appropriated, obtained, or converted without authorization;

(4) attempts to commit any offense described in paragraphs (1) through (3); or

(5) conspires with one or more other persons to commit any offense described in paragraphs (1) through (3), and one or more of such persons do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy, shall, except as provided in subsection (b), be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both.

(b) Any organization that commits any offense described in subsection (a) shall be fined not more than $5,000,000.

In the world of inventors we here the use of NDAs talked about as if they were parking stubs. Everyone has a copy they lifted from the internet, they fax, email, and send them to each other all the time. Often with very little regard, and even less understanding, of the responsibilities associated with signing one.

The fact is this - an NDA is a contract with a criminal remedy for violation. By signing that contract you are expected to keep those secrets to yourself, store them in such a way that they are secure, and ensure that even by accident you don't divulge the information to an outside party for the full term of the NDA.

Just a little something you may want to think about the next time someone says ..."let me send you my NDA" - Can that NDA land you in jail?

11/27/14 - Do dreams occur in slow motion?
When my alarm wakes me up, I’ll often hit the snooze button before returning to the warmth and safety of my duvet for another quick doze. But although what follows can seem like a short dream – perhaps a single conversation or a short walk – I’ll sometimes awake to find that a whole hour has passed. And I’m left puzzling: how could such few events have taken so long to play out in my head? Is this a common effect?

Now researchers may have hit upon a way to answer this question, by studying those who can take control of their sleeping brains – so called “lucid dreamers”. Probing the experience of these people is also revealing other bizarre effects, too, such as whether it’s possible to tickle yourself in your sleep.

Lucid dreaming has offered insights into the sleeping mind for more than 100 years. One of the earliest dream researchers was a 19th Century French aristocrat, the Marquis d’Hervey de Saint-Denys, who found he could direct the path of his dreams at the age of 13 and spent the next few decades using his lucid dreams to test the limits of his sleeping mind.

Strange trips - His escapades involved, among other things, throwing his dream-self from the tops of tall buildings to see whether he could dream his own death. Invariably, he couldn’t and the dream changed scene, avoiding a grizzly end. And by noticing the way that places and people from his travels often populated his visions, he concluded that dreams are formed from a patchwork of our memories, offering a more rational explanation than the prevailing spiritualist theories of the time. Another pioneer was the author EM Forster’s niece, Mary Arnold-Forster, who wrote a guidebook to lucid dreaming in the 1920s; she used her dream awareness to avoid frightening nightmares about World War I.

Inviting some skilled lucid dreamers to his specially equipped sleep lab, he asked his subjects to perform various kinds of tasks during their dreams: once they had gained lucidity, they had to walk 10 paces, count to 30 or perform an elaborate gymnastics routine, for instance. To time the duration of their actions, he used a peculiar aspect of the dreaming mind: although the body is paralysed, eye movements tend to be translated to the body. In this way, the subjects could signal the start and end of the actions by rolling their eyes left and right a couple of times. Along the way, Erlacher measured their brain activity and muscle movements, to be sure they weren’t just pretending to be asleep.

As he expected, the dreamers sometimes took up to 50% longer to complete the routines than you would in real life, suggesting that they were somehow playing out their tasks in slow motion, even though they didn’t realise it at the time. “They reported that it felt exactly the same as in wakefulness,” says Erlacher. Perhaps that can explain why a short dream can seem to fill the whole hour. Even so, Erlacher is currently at a loss to explain the phenomenon; brain activity during sleep may just take longer to process information, he suggests. - Do dreams occur in slow motion?

11/27/14 - Black America rebels against white?

11/27/14 - Simple Circuit Could Double Cell-Phone Data Speeds

11/27/14 - US Attracting Fewer Educated, Highly Skilled Migrants

11/27/14 - ISS's 3-D Printer Creates Its First Object In Space

11/27/14 - Ebola Still Spreading, Worst Outbreak We've Ever Seen

11/27/14 - Famous Wardrobe Malfunctions

11/27/14 - A fanciful approach to curing ageing

11/27/14 - Dutch seek to harness energy from salt water mix

11/27/14 - $3,000 incentive to hire illegals over native-born workers

11/27/14 - Inventions that Make Sci-Fi a Reality

11/27/14 - Civil forfeiture is tyranny by another name

11/27/14 - How Texas would benefit by Seceding

11/27/14 - WH Quietly Releases 3,415 Regulations Ahead Of Thanksgiving

11/27/14 - Lake Mead, 12-24 months more and?

11/27/14 - Martial Law by Executive Order

11/27/14 - Anesthesia Miracle: No Power, No Oxygen Tanks, No Problem

11/27/14 - California County Passes Declares Right to Self-Governance

11/27/14 - the bama Could Face Up to 15 Years in Prison

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11/24/14 - Many animals on sea floor looking sick or dead
"Japanese authorities have detected radiation levels 124 times higher than the accepted limit in a fish caught in waters near the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the Asahi daily reported Saturday."

Urchins and cucumbers seemed to have escaped the ill effects of the virus until now. But in recent weeks, reports have started to come in that they too are dying along beaches in the Pacific Northwest, Hewson said… [He and his team are] studying the urchins and sea cucumbers that are already dying to see if the same killer is responsible.

Dr. Bill Bushing, kelp forest ecologist, Nov 2, 2014: I’ve mentioned before that [in Southern California] our starfish and sea urchins have been dying… I’ve recently seen sea cucumbers that appear to be diseased as well… I’ve also observed strangely colored sea hares (big shell-less snails) in the park. The red algae they normally eat seems to have died out… Divers also report seeing far fewer of the sea hares this year.

Ronald L. Shimek, PhD, marine biologist, Nov 10, 2014: Jan Kocian, diving photographer extraordinare… has been actively surveying several marine subtidal areas in northern Puget Sound for some time… [During a Sept. 18] dive… on Whidbey Island, Washington… he started seeing things he had never previously observed.… there were many animals lying exposed on the sandy sea floor, looking limp, sick or dead. Red sea cucumbers were flaccid and dead…

Aleutian Moon snails were in odd postures… pink/yellow worms [were] another rare or unusual sight…. Nuttall’s cockles were on the sediment surface with their siphons out, instead of being buried… 22nd September, the area containing dying animals was not only still present it was spreading; whatever seemed to be the cause was still doing its dirty work… 25th September [many] red sea cucumbers… were lying fully exposed, and apparently dead… 29th of September…

A few living Cucumaria were acting oddly, not quite dead, but just slightly responsive to touch… Numerous green sea urchins were found with their spines in abnormal postures, definitely not looking healthy… The full extent of the dead area, and the reason for the mortality, remain indeterminate. Video Fukushima News 11/18/14:West Coast Scientists-“Everything’s dying… Dead, dead, dead, and dead” - Experts: Seemingly benign virus on West Coast causing “ecological upheaval the likes of which we’ve never seen” — Very peculiar, different from all known viruses — Mutations could be helping it spread — Something may have recently caused it to go rogue… we’ve never seen anything like this. - Many animals on sea floor looking sick or dead

11/24/14 - Atomic Suicide
KeelyNet It was clearly a matter of grave concern to Walter Russell that mankind would be tempted by the lure of massive power from the use of radioactive materials, causing us to ignore the enormouse health risks of polluting our environment with materials that would last hundreds of years, emanating toxic, life killing rays that would seep into our soil and water.

"What is atomic energy? What is this great power which is now to be used for the betterment of life? The only way man can know WHY radioactivity should not be used is to know WHAT radioactivity IS - and what it will DO.

When you read the following paragraph, bear in mind the fact that the supreme effort of humanity is to learn how to live long lives in full strength, and repeat them down through endless centuries.

Radiation is the normal death principle. Every thing in Nature dies normally by slowly radiating its heat. Radioactivity is the explosively quick death principle. Radioactive is man' discovery of how the human race can die quickly, and not be able to propagat its kind for many long centuries.

There is your complete answer in a few words. MULTIPLIED DEATH is the new boon which this age of man believes he is giving to the furtherance of life... The entire answer to this supreme question lies in knowing exactly WHAT MAKES BODIES LIVE and WHAT MAKES BODIES DIE. This cannot be told briely. In telling it we must tell you how God constructs and dissolve matter electrically.

The discovery of atomic energy as a means of obtaining greater heat than an orderly and normal way suitable to environment, is as much a breach of Nature's orderly process as it would be if man violated the law of gravity by discovering that he could get to the bottom of the canyon in a much quicker than normal way.

No man would do that because he knows better. Atomic energy for industry is as great a violation of Nature's way as a defiance of gravity would be. And it is as sure death for the violator of one as of the other. The law works just as irrevocably, and inevitably, however, against him who defies it, as it does for the one who does not know."

That said about radiation being death multiplied, I want to comment on the idea that gravity cancellation also kills with use. Matter is held together by complex wave interactions in the form of standing waves. When we loosen the bonds to reduce the aether/zpe influx and thus reduce the weight of a mass, with use the mass begins to dissolve, at a rate proportionate to the intensity of the reduction. Simply reducing weight I feel poses no threat, it is the abrupt cancellation of local gravity to produce antigravity, that will rapidly dissolve the mass back into the aether/zpe condition.

KeelyNet In the Billy Meier UFO case, contactee Semjase told Billy the three hemispheres clearly seen under the Adamski craft were like 'radiators' to produce lift and thrust by controlling the ships gravity.

Like tires on a car, with continued use, the tires will wear away and require replacement. So too do the hemispheres wear away by dissolving or disintegrating back to an energy state, thus they must be periodically replaced.

The more intense the gravity field, the faster they dissolve. (Russells 'rapid death' by disintegration, so does this mean dimming gravity will produce radioactivity? I don't know, but I don't think so because this is a purer form of disintegraton back to the aether/zpe plenum. We shall see in my Gravity Dimming Project.)

If you would like to learn more about Walter Russells work or purchase "Atomic Suicide", they are available as ebooks at the Walter Russell Collection at reasonable rates. You can purchase any of the books by themselves or buy the entire collection which includes "Atomic Suicide". - Atomic Suicide

11/24/14 - SRI replicates six different types of Cold Fusion (LENR) cells
KeelyNet Dr. Michael McKubre describes his career researching cold fusion/LENR/CMNS at SRI, in Cold Fusion; 25 years of research at SRI presented November 5, 2014 in Oslo, Norway. A description of the visit was published by Infinite Energy Magazine.

The Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA) and The Norwegian Society of Graduate Technical and Scientific Professionals (Tekna) sponsored the event as part of a one-day seminar Can LENR provide cheap and clean energy? drawing a capacity-crowd of around 60 people.

McKubre lists Blacklight Power, Francesco Piantelli, Andrea Rossi, Defkalion, and Brillouin Energy Corporation all as working towards a commercial product using “small dimension nickel” and light-hydrogen. As small start-ups try to piece together a product, smart communities are preparing for a world without fossil fuels. McKubre writes that the seminar was called for to help Scandinavians educate themselves and plan for a future after the rich, local oil and gas resources run out.

“The object was to inform the possibility that Martin Fleischmann was right (and, by implication, Randy Mills, Mel Miles, Francesco Piantelli, Les Case, Yoshio Arata, Andrea Rossi, Tadahiko Mizuno, Defkalion, Brillouin and a host of others afterwards),” writes McKubre.

KeelyNet Despite all this, I'm still not sold on cold fusion. Gene Mallove used to get mad at me when I said cold fusion was just an exotic battery because it corrupts over time like a battery and you have to replace the guts and liquid to make it work again, just like a battery.

Every test done is always in the lab under controlled conditions. This makes it a Lab Queen. Only when they have actual units out in the real world powering houses and businesses will I have any confidence in this technology. How long will it last before you have to swap it out with a new or refurbished unit? I'm probably wrong but that's just the way I see cold fusion/LENR devices. Thanks to Ron Kita for this headsup! - JWD - SRI replicates six different types of Cold Fusion (LENR) cells

11/24/14 - Pro Football Player gave up $37 Million to Become A Local Farmer
KeelyNet Every now and then we have a hero pop into the news, Jason Brown is one such guy. I hope many people copy what he is doing.

The reporter stated "Jason Brown quit football to be a plain old farmer..." I find that incredibly stupid.

Farmers are key to our nations wealth and should be treated with the greatest respect. I'd rather know farmers than any plastic actor or media hustler out there. My family on both sides were farmers so I know how hard the job is and how little they make in return for their efforts, yet they stick with it.

October 12th is National Farmers Day! October does seem fitting in celebrating National Farmers Day as it is near the end of the harvest and many of the farmers will be able to take a rest from their hard labor to join in the celebration of this holiday. Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Farmers Day, an “unofficial” national holiday. It does appear that the origin of this day began in the 1800?s. - JWD

Dropping a $37 million contract and a lifestyle in professional sports, a major NFL center has now chosen to feed his community with sustainable farming over the pursuit of millions through passes and fumbles. And he says he is much happier with the decision.

In a move that shows the origin of fulfillment does not always come from money, St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown went against the wishes and warnings of his agent and forfeited his professional football career in order to launch a mission of feeding North Carolina locals with real food — something that is highly needed around the world.

Acquiring the tools to feed the struggling individuals in his state on a major yet sustainable scale, Brown secured 1,000 acres of farm land to prepare his new harvesting operation centered around crops like sweet potatoes and cucumbers. His plan is to donate the first fruits of every harvest to food pantries.

Learned how to farm by getting on the internet and by watching youtubes, plus he has advice from local farmers. "When I think about a life of Greatness, I think about a life of Service." - First Fruits Farm, Jason Bown, Lewisburg, North Carolina. - Pro Football Player gave up $37 Million to Become A Local Farmer

11/24/14 - In a Self-Driving Future, why even Own Cars?
Jerry Hirsch writes in the LA Times that personal transportation is on the cusp of its greatest transformation since the advent of the internal combustion engine. For a century, cars have been symbols of freedom and status. But according to Hirsch, passengers of the future may well view vehicles as just another form of public transportation, to be purchased by the trip or in a subscription.

Buying sexy, fast cars for garages could evolve into buying seat-miles in appliance-like pods, piloted by robots, parked in public stalls. "There will come a time when driving the car is like riding the horse," says futurist Peter Schwartz. "Some people will still like to do it, but most of us won't."

People still will want to own vehicles for various needs, says James Lentz, chief executive of Toyota's North American operations. They might live in a rural area and travel long distances daily. They might have a big family to haul around. They might own a business that requires transporting supplies. "You will still have people who have the passion for driving the cars and feeling the road," says Lentz. "There may be times when they want the cars to drive them, but they won't be buying autonomous-only cars."

One vision of the future is already playing out in Grenoble, France, where residents can rent from a fleet of 70 pod-like Toyota i-Road and Coms electric cars for short city trips. "It is a sharing program like what you see in Portland with bicycles," says Lentz.

Drivers can check out and return the cars at various charging points. Through a subscription, they pay the equivalent of $3.75 for 30 minutes. Because the vehicles are so small, its easy to build out their parking and charging infrastructure. Skeptics should consider the cynicism that greeted the horseless carriage more than a century ago, says Adam Jonas.

He adds that fully autonomous vehicles will be here far sooner than the market thinks (PDF). Then, Jonas says, skeptics asked: "Why would any rational person want to replace the assuredness of that hot horse body trustily pulling your comfortable carriage with an unreliable, oil-spurting heap of gears, belts and chains?" - In a Self-Driving Future, why even Own Cars?

11/24/14 - Sheriff tells the bama what He thinks about His Illegal Executive Amnesty
Sheriffs from across the country preemptively determined to gather together on December 10 to urge representatives to stand against Obama’s illegal and unconstitutional disregard for the law. However, Sacramento County Sheriff Scott R. Jones had some straight forward words for Obama concerning what he thinks of Obama’s criminal actions to ignore the law and fail to secure the border while helping those who are violating the law. Specifically, Jones pointed to one of his deputies who was killed by an illegal alien.

Sheriff Jones represents over 1.4 million people in his county. He is not anti-immigration, but is rather very supportive of immigration. “My relatives, like many other Americans, were immigrants and I truly believe that everyone should have the opportunity to realize and live the America Dream,” he said.

Clearly, he was pointing to how both Border Patrol has had their hands tied by this administration and how Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who also operate under Homeland Security, have been kept from doing their jobs as well. Jones also said that it was singularly Obama’s fault that there has been no meaningful immigration reform, in spite of the fact that current immigration laws are just fine if they are enforced. - Sheriff tells the bama what He thinks about His Illegal Executive Amnesty

11/24/14 - Nikola Tesla: Patents & Technology 1 / 3
KeelyNet A surprisingly well done video series on Nikola Tesla and his work.

It amuses me no end how Tesla clearly stole Keely's Compound Motor (multi-phase/compound engine) to create his 'Polyphase' motors on which most of his work is based and which drove him to near insanity due to guilt as he aged.

Yet people choose not to put two and two together despite all the historical records. It also appears Tesla's single phase rotating field motor was stolen from Keelys early discovery that opposing (phase conjugated) sound waves could produce a motor force. The difference? Keely used sound waves, Tesla used electricity which is far easier to control than tuning mechanical vibrators.

09/01/13 - Tesla's Plagiarism of Keely and Broadcast/Wireless Power claims - You will note, Keely developed and demonstrated his original 'vibratory engine' in 1884, then a rotating sonic field motor, then a multiple frequency (compound motor) sonic driven engine (for more power) which Tesla also copied as his 'polyphase motor' years later, so Tesla had 3 years to work on his electrical copy of Keelys' technology to copy the initial vibratory engine in 1884 to Teslas demo in 1887. And he made up the poem story about having a vision of the rotating field. So much fantasy about Tesla, amazing. Video #1 - Nikola Tesla: Patents & Technology 1 / 3 and Video #2 - Nikola Tesla: Patents & Technology 2 / 3 and Video #3 - Nikola Tesla: Patents & Technology 3 / 3 . - Nikola Tesla: Patents & Technology 1 / 3

11/24/14 - The World without Electricity
George Carlin nails the world we have to look forward to if we no longer had the luxuries provided by electricity. - The World without Electricity

11/24/14 - Ancient Martians wiped out by nuclear bomb-wielding aliens


Scientist is to present his theory that ancient life on Mars was massacred. Dr Brandenburg is giving a talk on his research tomorrow in Illinois. He says there is evidence for two nuclear explosions on Mars. These apparently wiped out two races - the Cydonians and Utopians. Detection of uranium and thorium on the surface is evidence for these past explosions, he claims. And he warns we should be wary of a similar attack on Earth.

If you're planning to go to the 2014 Annual Fall Meeting of the American Physical Society in Illinois this Saturday, you might be in for a bit of a surprise with the final talk of the day. Because that's when plasma physicist Dr John Brandenburg will present his theory that an ancient civilisation on Mars was wiped out by a nuclear attack from another alien race.

In his bizarre theory, Dr Brandenburg says ancient Martians known as Cydonians and Utopians were massacred in the attack - and evidence of the genocide can still be seen today. Back in 2011 the scientist first postulated that the red colour on Mars could have been due to a naturally occurring thermonuclear explosion. 'The Martian surface is covered with a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium - and this pattern radiates from a hot spot on Mars,' he told Fox News at the time. 'A nuclear explosion could have sent debris all around the planet.'

But since then he has advanced his theory to the level that he now no longer thinks it was a naturally occurring explosion - but rather one planned by an intelligent alien race. According to Vice, the conclusion of his latest paper says that nuclear isotopes in the atmosphere resembling hydrogen bomb tests 'may present an example of civilisation wiped out by a nuclear attack from space.'

He says Mars once had an Earth-like climate home to animal and plant life, and any intelligent life would have been about as advanced as the ancient Egyptians on Earth. This is based on his analysis of two regions, one being Cydonia, where the infamous - and later discredited - 'face on Mars' was found. This, according to Dr Brandenburg, is an artefact from the ancient alien race.

Here, one of the supposed nuclear explosions wiped out the civilisation at Cydonia Mensa and another, smaller one destroyed a civilisation at a region called Galaxias Chaos. 'Analysis of new images from Odyssey, MRO and Mars Express orbiters now show strong evidence of eroded archeological objects at these sites,' he writes in the abstract for his research to be presented tomorrow. 'Taken together, the data requires that the hypothesis of Mars as the site of an ancient planetary nuclear massacre, must now be considered.'

06/17/12 - Did Martian deuterium burn out their civilization? - But there is one commercial resource that is known to exist ubiquitously on Mars in large amount — deuterium. Deuterium, the heavy isotope of hydrogen, occurs as 166 out of every million hydrogen atoms on Earth, but comprises 833 out of every million hydrogen atoms on Mars. Deuterium is the key fuel not only for both first and second generation fusion reactors, but it is also an essential material needed by the nuclear power industry today. Even with cheap power, deuterium is very expensive; its current market value on Earth is about $10,000 per kilogram, roughly fifty times as valuable as silver or 70% as valuable as gold. This is in today's pre-fusion economy.

Atomic bombs require deuterium so when they explode, they splatter it all over the place. "Thus, all artificial fusion, including the hydrogen fusion that occurs in so-called hydrogen bombs, requires heavy hydrogen (either tritium or deuterium, or both) in order for the process to work." - Ancient Martians wiped out by nuclear bomb-wielding aliens

11/24/14 - Can the quantum vacuum be used as a reaction medium to generate thrust?
A number of recent controversial experiments have observed anomalous thrust forces with devices making use of electromagnetic fields, and which do not appear to emit any particles or radiation; in apparent violation of the principle of the conservation of momentum.

This has led to proposals that the measured forces are being produced due to an interaction between the applied electromagnetic fields of the device, and virtual particles/anti-particles of the quantum vacuum. Using an argument based on Lorentz invariance, as well as a formal quantum field theoretic calculation, we investigate the feasibility of these proposals.

We find that both the vacuum expectation value of the linear momentum operator (the zero-point momentum), as well as the conserved current, are both exactly zero; the quantum vacuum does not appear to be a viable reaction medium with which to generate thrust. - Can the quantum vacuum be used as a reaction medium to generate thrust?

11/24/14 - Weird, wonderful, amazing and rare low cost eBooks, CDs and DVDs
KeelyNet You can download any mix of our eBooks or order collections on CD to save money.

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Your purchases help support Keelynet, so thanks! - JWD - Check out Vanguard Sciences or try a Mexistim

11/24/14 - Why do pigs oink in English, boo boo in Japanese, and nöff-nöff in Swedish?

11/24/14 - The Chameleon in the Vacuum Chamber

11/24/14 - Scientists detect an eerie alignment of black holes

11/24/14 - Fake Amazon Pages To Get Cheap Electronics At Walmart

11/24/14 - Coal Plants Get New Lease On Life With Natural Gas

11/24/14 - Doubling Saturated Fat In Diet Does Not Increase It In Blood

11/24/14 - Will Robots Build the Cities of Tomorrow?

11/24/14 - LASER WATCH burns through objects from a distance

11/24/14 - Holocaust Denial And Uncomfortable Truths

11/24/14 - Ebola Virus Hybrid Bioweapon Invented by CDC

11/24/14 - John F. Kennedy's Vision of Peace

11/24/14 - 2000-Year-Old Pigment Can Eliminate Third Dimension

11/24/14 - Licensing and patents are an untapped source of cash for young companies

11/24/14 - Scientists Bashing Lockheed Nuclear Fusion 'Breakthrough'

11/24/14 - bama - break the Law until Congress Agrees with me

11/24/14 - The True History and Purpose of NASA

11/24/14 - Scan Your DNA in 90 Minutes

11/24/14 - Healing with single frequency light

11/24/14 - 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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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


11/20/14 - Terrifying reliance on GPS shows need for ground-based alternative
KeelyNet The Global Positioning System, or GPS, has — somewhat surprisingly — found itself at the heart of modern civilization. I don’t think anyone predicted how significant GPS would be today, just 14 years after it was made freely and globally available to civilians and commercial operations in 2000 — but hey, it happened, and there’s no going back. There is no doubt that the ubiquity of GPS across all areas of civilian, commercial, and scientific endeavor has improved the quality of life for billions of people.

From self-driving cars to clock synchronization, from geofencing to earthquake prediction to finding a safe walking or cycle route home, GPS really is one of the most vital services. It is a little bit scary, then, that GPS can very easily be jammed by terrorists or other nefarious actors.

Because GPS ultimately relies on very weak radio signals being beamed to you from about 12,600 miles (20,200 km) above Earth, it’s very easy for GPS to fail or be otherwise disrupted. Being underground is one obvious example, but just walking around the streets of a high-rise city can be pretty tough for GPS. You can buy a battery-powered GPS jammer online for less than $100. It’s also very easy to proactively disrupt GPS with a jamming device. Because the signal is so weak, and because the frequency used by GPS is very well known (1559 to 1610MHz), it’s very easy to build a device that blankets an area in RF noise, smothering the GPS signal.

Because so many different technologies and endeavors are backed by GPS, the consequences of GPS failing or being jammed are wildly varied. For someone on foot, a GPS outage might simply be an inconvenience that forces you to stumble around for a little longer in your search for the highest-rated indie coffee shop on TripAdvisor. For a self-driving car, or perhaps an ambulance driver trying to find someone’s house, the repercussions of GPS failure are a little more significant.

For a seafaring vessels, especially the larger cargo ships, a loss of GPS can mean a complete loss of control — which is a problem if you’re approaching the dock at high speed, or if you end up being stranded in the middle of the ocean. And, of course, you really don’t want to lose GPS if you happen to be barreling through the sky at hundreds of miles an hour — like if you’re an airplane, or a cruise missile perhaps.

A ground-based system would be much more flexible and accurate than GPS — but the trade-off is that you need to blanket the Earth in hundreds or thousands of transmitters, which are expensive to build, hard to maintain, and in some cases just plain inconvenient (how do you monitor the southern Indian or Pacific oceans, for example?)

Still, the difficulty of building a ground-based global positioning system is far outweighed by the catastrophe that would result from an unexpected attack or prolonged outage of GPS — which is why some nations are now taking a serious look at ground-based alternatives to GPS, just in case a worst-case scenario does actually occur. - Terrifying reliance on GPS shows need for ground-based alternative

11/20/14 - Why do Cats sit in Circles?
KeelyNet Internet users believe they have uncovered phenomenon in 'cat circles'. Users claim felines will walk into circle on floor before refusing to move. Pet experts are baffled - but say animals could be looking for safe space. Others say that strange smells and natural curiosity could be to blame.

Most cat owners would concede it’s all but impossible to teach a cat to beg, sit or roll over, as one might with a dog. But now all that could be about to change. Confusing: Experts are baffled at the 'cat circle' phenomenon - where felines are apparently compelled to sit in circles placed on the floor. Safety: Some animal experts believe the cats will sit in a circle with a raised edge to give themselves a sense of security - much like cowering in a litter tray at the vet. Territorial: Internet users believe that a quirk of feline psychology means they will sit in circles because they identify it as new territory that requires protecting.

A group of cat owners claims to have found a foolproof way to get moggies to do our bidding: simply by drawing a circle on the floor. The cat, they say, instinctively feels compelled to go and sit inside it. According to the theory, cats find circles or similar shapes on the ground irresistible. So if you mark one out — around 2ft across — using chalk, string, masking tape or flex, a cat will enter the circle and refuse to leave. This may sound implausible, but dozens of photos and videos of cats ‘stuck’ in just such circles have sprung up in recent weeks on the internet.

The volunteer in this case was Cleo — an elderly, lazy cat with black- and-white cow-like markings (and a frequently cow-like expression), who has been in our family for 14 years. Cleo, by nature, is a stranger to enthusiasm, and watched with detached interest as the circle was carefully laid out on the kitchen floor. But when it was complete, her reaction was immediate. She instantly turned her back and walked out of the room. I wasn’t going to be put off that easily. No one gets anywhere with cats by giving up on the first, second or third attempt.

Sure enough, on attempt number four — with a bit of cajoling — Cleo entered the circle. And there she stayed. For ten minutes, she stubbornly refused to cross the tape, despite repeated calls. Eventually, she left of her own free will, but only to investigate the mobile phone I’d placed nearby to film her. Phenomenon: Hundreds of internet users have posted images of their feline friends sitting in circles on the floor since the mystery was uncovered recently.

KeelyNet Years ago I read a book about the Yezidi tribe in Yemen I believe. "The reason for the Yazidis' reputation of being devil worshipers is connected to the other name of Melek Taus, Shaytan, the same name the Koran has for Satan.

Yazidis revere Tawûsê Melek for refusing to submit to God by bowing to Adam, while Muslims believe that Iblis' refusal to submit caused him to fall out of Grace with God, and to later become Satan himself."

They worshipped an angel/demon (Iblis) and the book described how children would draw a circle on the ground and put a child in it and the child could not leave, acting as if there was an invisible field of force flowing up from the circle.

Only when someone outside broke the circle, could the child leave. Some kind of mental conditioning or is there a connection to some of the amazing phenomena described in the Hypnotism Collection where a hypnotic state of catalepsy can be induced in many animals.

KeelyNet "That the majority of animals can be hypnotized is something a number of people have only a very limited knowledge of, although it is easily done, and also of great interest to all who think seriously on such matters-especially for scientists. I have experimented with quite a number of the larger animals, such as horses and dogs, and always had complete success. Some animals can easily be brought into the hypnotic state. This has long been known. The bringing of animals into the hypnotic condition is easily accomplished, because the methods are very practical; we can almost call them mechanical. They immediately produce their effect; it is not necessarily to follow all the rules such as for hypnotizing people." Draw a line, place the beak of a chicken on it and the chicken cannot move. You can also stand a lobster on its claws and it will not move, or put a gator to sleep by rubbing its belly. - JWD - Why do Cats sit in Circles?

11/20/14 - Are You Stupid?
Commenter; "Once, I listened to a professor doing a lecture on problem solving and he stated that all humans were stupid. However, he also said that we were able to overcome this by cooperation. I agree with this, and to this day, I can proudly call myself stupid." - Are You Stupid?

11/20/14 - Socialize Your Ideas to Protect Them


“Mr. Watson, come here, I want you.” With these words by inventor Alexander Graham Bell, spoken into his experimental telephone, an industry was born. That was March 10, 1876. Bell was not the only inventor. Elisha Gray also independently designed a device that could transmit speech electrically (the telephone). Both men rushed their respective designs to the patent office within hours of each other, but Bell patented his telephone first. Gray and Bell entered into a famous legal battle over the invention of the telephone, which Bell ultimately won.

For over 200 years, the first-to-invent principle governed the US Patent System. However, on September 16, 2011, President Obama signed into law the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (“AIA”), which resulted in the most significant changes to U.S. patent law since the Patent Act of 1952. One of the most significant changes is a switch from a "first-to-invent" to a "first-to-file" system. This provision became effective on March 16, 2013.

Under the current first-to-file system, those who file their patent applications early–the earliest to file wins regardless of who invented first. But wait; there is more. Within the US, an inventor has one year from the date of public disclosure to file a U.S. patent application. This one year grace period of public disclosure means that the first-to-file system is actually a first-to-disclose system.

For example, let’s say inventor A forms an idea first. Next inventor B develops the same idea and discloses it to the public in a published article or on a website (e.g., ). After that, inventor A files a patent application directed to the inventive subject matter. At this point, inventor A had the idea first and filed first.

Inventor B files a patent application within one year of the publication disclosing the invention. The publication disclosing B’s invention is prior art with respect to A’s application. This is because the publication pre-dates the filing A’s application.

The publication bars inventor A from obtaining a patent. Because inventor B published first, the first-filed application of A is too late. Inventor B wins because B published first, even though B filed for a patent second.

Disclosure is everything! Disclosure is now a form of protection per se. One can win the race to the patent office by merely disclosing the idea, which prevents others from stealing or patenting the same idea. - Video - First to Disclose, not patent - First to Disclose Wins regardless of who invented first and who filed first. The America Invents Act (AIA) changed the US patent system from a first-to-invent (FTI) to a first-to-file (FTF) system but with the one-year grace period for public disclosure, it is actually a first-to-disclose (FTD) system. Disclosure is everything. Disclose to protect. Disclose to win the race to the patent office. - Socialize Your Ideas to Protect Them

11/20/14 - Early man turned to religion as a 'coping mechanism'
Ancient societies with political unrest or little food used gods to unite communities, claims study. Researchers found a link between scarce resources and a rise in religion. They also noticed religion was adopted in places of high political complexity. It's thought religion came from ecological, historical and cultural factors. This may have been a way for early man to cope with inhospitable habitats. And the harsher the conditions, the more likely a deity would be introduced. Psychologists have previously proposed religion can relive feelings of anxiety and suffering, and unite communities facing adversity.

As early man learnt to adapt to inhospitable habitats, having a moral high God unified early communities. And the harsher the conditions, the more likely a deity would be introduced. Study author Professor Russell Gray from the University of Auckland and a founding director of the Max Planck Institute for History and the Sciences, Germany, said: ‘When life is tough or when it’s uncertain, people believe in big gods.'

Previous research found a connection between belief in gods and group cooperation, but evidence supporting a relationship between such beliefs and the environment had been elusive. The team used historical, social, and ecological data for 583 societies to study global datasets on plant growth, rainfall and temperature.

The team also studied a database of more than a thousand societies from the 20th century for geographic coordinates and sociological data including the presence of religious beliefs, agriculture, and animal husbandry. Professor Gray, Professor Botero and their team uncovered 'robust evidence' of a positive association between a belief, or acceptance, of gods, and both resource scarcity and ecological risk. The study also found a link between belief in high gods who enforce a moral code and other societal characteristics such as political complexity of a social hierarchy beyond the local community, and the practice of animal husbandry. - Early man turned to religion as a 'coping mechanism'

11/20/14 - Finding the Correct Diagnosis
At, doctors, patients and researchers offer opinions on the correct diagnosis for medical conditions that have hitherto defied analysis and treatment. This is, in its way, the ultimate value of the Internet: the idea that if you can query the whole world, someone, somewhere, may know the answers to very difficult questions.

So far, the site’s founders claim there have been significant results in the first few months. Medical detectives have so far solved over 460 cases of difficult to diagnose illnesses. Some of these had previously eaten up more than $100,000 in tests and consultations over many years.

The site charges users for its premium service, but claims that this kind of crowd-searching is roughly 300 times cheaper and 50 times faster than the traditional medical system. What it boils down to is this a new approach to one of the most difficult jobs in medicine, reaching the correct initial diagnosis, and sometimes even the ultimately correct diagnosis. - Finding the Correct Diagnosis

11/20/14 - Congress Suggests Moat, Electronic Fence To Protect White House
KeelyNet Acting Secret Service director Joseph Clancy on Wednesday faced a number of tough questions from the House Judiciary Committee about the fence jumper who made it deep into the White House. But along with the tough questions, Clancy fielded a couple eyebrow raising suggestions on how to better protect the president's home.

"Would a moat, water six feet around, be kind of attractive and effective?" Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., asked with trepidation. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, asked: “Would you be in favor of removing the fence around the White House and having, maybe, a virtual or electronic fence around it?”

Clancy liked the moat idea better than the electric fence. “My knee-jerk reaction to that would be no, sir,” he told Gohmert. “Partly because of the number of tourists that come up Pennsylvania Avenue and come up to that area.” To be so hated and disrespected as to have to resort to this...incredible. You know this works both ways, cut off their food, water and power, then fill the moat with gators and piranhas and let nature take its course... - JWD - Congress Suggests Moat, Electronic Fence To Protect White House

11/20/14 - Woman Drinks Gallon Of Water Every Day For Four Weeks
KeelyNet Sarah Smith is a 42 year old mother of two young kids in the UK. She, like many others, openly admitted to not drinking the recommended 2 to 3 liters of water daily. She suffered from poor and sluggish indigestion and regular headaches.

Following consultations with medical professionals for both issues she decided to take heed of the advice given – in both cases she had been told that she needed to up her intake of water.

She decided to document and photograph what happened in a self imposed experiment whereby she would drink 3 liters, just over 5 pints, of water per day, every day for an entire month and see if she could feel any benefits.

At the outset Sarah took a long hard look at her face noting that “I am 42, but have to admit I look more like 52 in this picture, which is shocking. There are dark shadows under and around my eyes, which make me look exhausted, a profusion of wrinkles and strange reddish blotches, and my skin lacks any lustre. It looks dead….even my lips look shrivelled.” She spread the water out during the day aiming to drink a big jug of water in the morning, another in the afternoon with a third in the evening.

At the end of the FIRST WEEK she had already noticed that her bowel function was improved and her urine was virtually clear as the water was flushing out her previously dehydrated poorly functioning kidneys. She noticed sudden skin breakouts, which were a result of the toxins being eliminated from throughout her body. However her headaches were already gone and her previous joint stiffness first thing in the morning was vastly improved. Water is vital for lubricating the joints.

WEEK TWO saw an improvement in her skin tone and general complexion although she noted that her eyes were still wrinkled but said “they look less crepey and shadowy than before”. She also had a visibly flatter stomach and her smart husband paid her the ultimate compliment by noting that her cellulite had vanished! Significantly she had another week headache free.

On to WEEK THREE when Sarah was happy to find that her eye wrinkles and dark circles had all but disappeared and her skin was plumper and healthier looking. She noted that she was actually eating less by this stage as she had fallen into the common trap of reading signals from her stomach as being hunger pangs whereas they were actually thirst pangs. Research has shown that 37 per cent of people actually mistake thirst signals for hunger signals. The plentiful water had now stopped her from continually falling into that unhealthy trap.

So what about the end of WEEK FOUR? Sarah said “I genuinely can’t believe the difference in my face. I look like a different woman. The dark shadows around my eyes have all but disappeared and the blotches have gone.

My skin is almost as dewy as it was when I was a child. The transformation is nothing short of remarkable.” She was leaner, fitter and nobody can deny the astonishing change to her appearance. She changed nothing else in her daily routine apart from the water intake.

Video - Drinking three liters of water a day gives you younger skin - Drinking three liters of water a day wil help you look younger and prettier, according to the results of an experiment carried out by 42-year-old British reporter, Sarah Smith. After years of suffering from headaches and poor digestion, Smith's neurologist and nutritionist suggested she drink up to three litres of liquid a day to improve her body function.

Two weeks after beginning the water therapy, her chronic headaches had vanished and her skin had improved. After a month, her skin was lustrous and she had shed two pounds. The doctor points out that our kidneys, which filter waste products from the blood before turning it to urine, will quickly enjoy the benefits of a good flushing. The extra fluid also allows skin cells to regenerate more efficiently.

Smith said she now feels fitter, leaner and healthier, and her husband and friends say she looks ten years younger. "Whatever happens, I am going to keep on drinking three litres of water a day - and would advise every woman to do the same (after checking with her doctor, of course)", she wrote in the Daily Mail, a newspaper. - Woman Drinks Gallon Of Water Every Day For Four Weeks

11/20/14 - Could an electric shock to the TONGUE help MS patients to walk?
Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison applied painless electrical impulses to MS patients’ tongues during a 14-week experiment. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurological condition where communication between body and brain is disrupted, resulting in loss of muscle control. Experts found that treatment improved the balance of people with MS. Treatment also doubled fluidity of movement compared to a control group.

The tongue is directly connected to the brain stem, and scientists are now investigating how stimulating the muscle could improve the rehabilitation of people with MS. During one experiment, impulses were applied to the patients’ tongues, and over the course of 14 weeks, their balance improved meaning they were able to walk more easily.

They discovered that their patients gained twice as much balance and fluidity of movement compared to people with MS who did the same physical therapy exercises without the new treatment. It’s a good place to apply tiny electric shocks because saliva is an electrically conductive fluid, and stimulation can be applied at a much lower voltage than is required for skin.

The team is also exploring whether tongue stimulation can be used to treat patients who are losing their sight, have had a stroke or suffer from Parkinson’s. In a previous study, experts enabled a blind woman to see a flickering candle for the first time - via her tongue. Researchers developed a tongue-stimulating system that translated images detected by a camera into a pattern of electric pulses that triggered touch receptors. The woman could perceive the simulation as shapes and features in space, so that the tongue became a surrogate eye. - Could an electric shock to the TONGUE help MS patients to walk?

11/20/14 - Sonic Decanter uses sound waves to 'age' cheap Wine

11/20/14 - Lightning strikes are caused by the SUN

11/20/14 - Gravity may have saved universe after Big Bang

11/20/14 - 30 Absolutely Useful Car Hacks Every Driver Should Know

11/20/14 - AI creates new magic tricks

11/20/14 - Electric Shocks suggest We'd Rather Hurt Ourselves Than Others

11/20/14 - Will climate change trigger a WAR?

11/20/14 - Blowing On Money To Tell If It Is Counterfeit

11/20/14 - US Navy Muzzles a China Critic

11/20/14 - 'Garbage Patch' in Pacific Grows to Hundreds of Miles

11/20/14 - 2,500-mph train - New York to London in an hour

11/20/14 - Supersonic, Supercavitating Submarine in Development

11/20/14 - Texas Bill Would Make Fed Gun Laws Invalid and Unenforceable

11/20/14 - Just because...

11/20/14 - Purified water and Solar Electricity

11/20/14 - 3D Printed Filament for EM inside your 3D printed objects

11/20/14 - Govt uses fake cell towers in planes to harvest phone data

11/20/14 - 1st Thought Activated Implant

11/20/14 - Cold fusion reactor - 1 million times energy density of gasoline?

11/20/14 - More US Media Deception and Lies about Islam

11/20/14 - It Costs Billions of Dollars to Collect Taxes

11/20/14 - The Dark Side of Prophet Muhammad

11/20/14 - Some conspiracies are very Real

11/20/14 - Impeach Obama or Shut Down Gov’t to Stop Executive Amnesty

11/20/14 - Muslims discovered Americas?

11/20/14 - Buy Experiences, Not Things

11/20/14 - Coronal hole or ufo


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