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09/25/16 - More reasons why you MUST vote Trump for President
KeelyNet Some fact checking before you read this; Looks like its not true, well not all of it; Illegal Immigrant costs Truth or Fiction - Although studies and estimates vary greatly, available data does not support the eRumor’s claim that U.S. taxpayers spend $338.3 billion on illegal immigrants each year. This is actually a variation of an old eRumor that was originally reported by TruthorFiction.com in 2007. Click here to view our findings.

Snopes Debunks Article On Illegal Aliens – Sorta - This list of stats about California’s illegal alien problem has been going around for awhile. I wanted to see what Snopes thought of it. Their tone was condescending and dismissive (obviously, they are leftists) but their refutations were weak.

Cost of Illegal Immigrants FactCheck - Q: Do illegal immigrants cost $338.3 billion dollars a year? More than the Iraq war? A: A chain e-mail that makes this claim is loaded with errors and misleading assertions. Published studies vary widely but put the cost to government at a small fraction of that total.

Still, they are illegal and if we follow our laws, they all have to go or become legal to be a citizen.

The biggest factor of why Seniors are losing more and more benefits. They are getting blamed for the country going broke. This has gone out to almost two million people. It's easy to dismiss individual programs that benefit non-citizens until they're put together and this picture emerges. Someone did a lot of research to put together all of this data. Often these programs are buried within other programs making them difficult to find.

A Real Eye Opener - WHY is the USA BANKRUPT? Read this :

We have been hammered with the propaganda that it was the Iraq war and the war on terror that is bankrupting us. I hope the following 14 reasons are forwarded over and over again until they are read so many times that the readers gets sick of reading them. I also have included the URL's for verification of all the following facts.

1. $11 Billion to $22 billion is spent on welfare to illegal immigrants each year by state governments. Verify At : http://www.fairus.org/site/PageServer?pagename=iic_immigrationissuecenters7fd8

2. $22 Billion dollars a year is spent on food Assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches for illegal immigrants. Verify At : http://cis.org/High-Cost-of-Cheap-Labor

3. $2.5 Billion dollars a year is spent on Medicaid for illegal immigrants. Verify At: http://www.cis.org/articles/2004/fiscalexec.HTML

4. $12 Billion dollars a year is spent on Primary and secondary school education for children here illegally and they cannot speak a word of English! Verify At : http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0604/01/ldt.01.html

5. $17 Billion dollars a year is spent for Education for the American-born Children of illegal immigrants, known as Anchor babies. Verify At http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0604/01/ldt.01.html

6. $3 Million Dollars a DAY is spent to incarcerate illegal immigrants. Verify at: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0604/01/ldt.01.html

7. 30% percent of all Federal Prison Inmates are illegal immigrants. Verify at: https://iowa.slugger.com/owa/UrlBlockedError.aspx (invalid URL)

8. $90 Billion Dollars a year is spent on Illegal immigrants for Welfare & social Services by the American taxpayers. Verify At : http://premium.cnn.com/TRANS CIPTS/0610/29/ldt.01.HTML (invalid URL)

9. $200 Billion dollars a year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal immigrants. erify At : http://transcripts.cnn.com/T RANSCRI (invalid URL)

13. In 2006, illegal immigrants sent home $45 BILLION in remittances to their Countries of origin. Verify At : http://www.rense.com/general75/niht.htm

14. The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration: Nearly One million sex crimes committed By Illegal Immigrants In The United States... Verify At http://www.drdsk.com/articleshtml (invalid URL)

The total cost is a whopping $ 338.3 BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR AND IF YOU'RE LIKE ME, HAVING TROUBLE UNDERSTANDING THIS AMOUNT OF MONEY; IT IS $338,300,000,000.00 WHICH WOULD BE ENOUGH TO STIMULATE THE ECONOMY FOR THE CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTRY.

Are we THAT Stupid? YES, FOR ALLOWING THOSE IN THE U.S. . CONGRESS TO GET AWAY WITH DOING THIS YEAR AFTER YEAR!!!!!

If this doesn't bother you, then just delete the message. If, on the other hand, it does raise the hair on the back of your neck, I hope you forward it to every Legal Resident in the United States!!! - More reasons why you MUST vote Trump for President

09/25/16 - Hackers Offer a DIY Alternative To The $600 EpiPen

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After the pharmaceutical company Mylan raised the price of a 2-pen set of EpiPens by nearly $500 over the course of 9 years, Michael Laufer and his "pharma-hacking confederates at the Four Thieves Vinegar Collective," decided to make their own budget-friendly EpiPens. IEEE Spectrum reports: Today they released a video and instructions showing DIYers how to make a generic EpiPen using materials that can be bought online for about $30. They call it the EpiPencil.

"It functions just as well as an EpiPen," Laufer says in the video, after demonstrating the assembly and showing that it works. "With no special training, anybody can use it."

An EpiPen is just a spring-loaded syringe filled with the pharmaceutical epinephrine. Laufer's video shows how to assemble the "open source medical device" and provides links for where to buy the components online. He stops short of telling viewers how to get their hands on the drug, noting that you need a prescription for it.

But Laufer tells IEEE Spectrum in an interview that it's easy to buy epinephrine online from a chemical supplier, and he hopes viewers will do just that. "There's a small but hopefully growing subculture of people who are buying the active ingredients of drugs," he says. "It's encouraging to see people take control of their own health." - Hackers Offer a DIY Alternative To The $600 EpiPen



09/25/16 - Farage: Clinton is in for a big shock
Former U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage on Hillary Clinton's comments about Trump supporters. - Farage: Clinton is in for a big shock



09/25/16 - Dronesurfing: A new sport takes flight
A professional cinematographic company called Freefly used a drone, the Freefly Alta 8, on a day with minimal waves to help pull their boarder across the water. While the drone does have a 20-pound maximum cargo limit, it is able to pull a person across the water (after getting a running start).

To do a little dronesurfing, you do still need the help of a second person by means of controlling the drone, which could be both good and bad. It’s similar to someone driving a boat in front of you, but the one with the controls will more than likely be on the beach and unable to see what exactly is going on out in the water. An addition to the drone could be the ability to possibly “pull up” the surfer out of potential harm (once that 20-pound limit is changed).

As of now, the Alta 8 costs a whopping $17,500, so it’s not something the average wave-rider can go out and purchase without some serious consideration. Even so, with the idea out in the world. it’s only a matter of time before a company creates a drone both powerful and affordable enough to allow dronesurfing to become an established sport. - Dronesurfing: A new sport takes flight

09/25/16 - Electro-Shock-Wave Propulsion Ship Flying: Experiment
In this video, is a small mock space ship propelled by an interesting effect discovered / invented by Dr. Jaynes. The propulsion effect is created by intense electromagnetic plasma discharge. No it is not the millennium falcon from Star Wars, though the ship appears similar to eye witness reports of anti-gravity UFO's or Flying Saucers possessing in intense bright light in the center of the craft. Is it possible that this shock wave propulsion is similar to that used in the alleged Aurora Pumpkin seed aircraft? - Electro-Shock-Wave Propulsion Ship Flying: Experiment

09/25/16 - Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Announce $3 Billion Initiative To 'Cure All Diseases'
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, a company created by Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan to "unlock human potential and promote equality," today announced "Chan Zuckerberg Science," a $3 billion project that aims to cure, prevent, or manage "all diseases in our children's lifetime."

"That doesn't mean that no one will ever get sick," Mark Zuckerberg later said. But the program hopes to eventually make all diseases treatable -- or at least easily manageable -- by the end of the 21st century. "Our society spends 50x more treating people who are sick than on finding cures. We can do better than that," said Zuckerberg.

A press release from the Initiative says Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan will provide "at least $3 billion over the next decade to help jumpstart this work." "The plan," as Zuckerberg called it, is to "bring scientists and engineers together, build tools and technology, [and] grow the movement to fund science."

That plan includes a program called Biohub, a partnership between Stanford University, Berkeley, and UCSF that "will focus on understanding underlying mechanisms of disease and developing new technologies which will lead to actionable diagnostics and effective therapies." - Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Announce $3 Billion Initiative To 'Cure All Diseases'

09/25/16 - Drone Racing: ESPN’s Newest Televised Sport
ESPN is betting that speeding drones will be the next noncontact “sport” to find a mass audience. The Drone Racing League announced on Wednesday that it had signed deals to broadcast a 10-episode season on ESPN and ESPN2, along with the European stations Sky Sports Mix and 7Sports. The schedule begins with an introduction to drone racing on Thursday at 11 p.m. on ESPN2.

Competition will begin on Oct. 23. ESPN2 will broadcast episodes on Thursday and Saturday nights, and ESPN will show the final episodes, including the two-hour championship on Nov. 20. Drone … racing? It would be fair to wonder what that is. The technology to race drones is just a few years old, as is the technology to compellingly film them racing.

The league’s officials say the drones will zip through obstacle-filled courses at up to 80 miles per hour, piloted by six stationary humans wearing something akin to a virtual reality headset. Tiny cameras mounted on the drones offer the pilots a cockpit-like view, and they steer using joysticks similar to what you’d find on an Xbox controller. “It’s an exciting, real-life experience mixed with video-gamelike dynamics,” said Nicholas Horbaczewski, the chief executive and founder of the league. “These races are short sprints. It has that thrill of a 100-meter dash or horse racing.” - Drone Racing: ESPN’s Newest Televised Sport

09/25/16 - Oliver Stone’s American History: ‘We’re Not under Threat. We Are the Threat’
KeelyNet American controversies are Oliver Stone’s forte. The Hollywood movie director has turned his cameras on the assassination of John F Kennedy, the Vietnam War and the 9/11 attacks. But, when researching his television series, The Untold History of the United States, it was American exploits in the Middle East that left him with the most lasting impression, he told Middle East Eye on Wednesday.

“When I studied the untold history, one thing that really hit me hard was the history of our involvement in the Middle East,” Stone said. “It was a nefarious involvement.” Stone traces Washington’s hand in the region back to the 1930s, but he says it reached a peak when President George HW Bush sent hundreds of thousands of US troops to liberate Kuwait after the Iraqi invasion of 1990. The Soviet Union had recently collapsed and the region was wide open to a lone superpower, he said. “We never got out of there. Once we were in, we’re in forever,” Stone said.

“We’ve destabilised the entire region, created chaos. And then we blame ISIS for the chaos we created,” he added, referring to the Islamic State (IS) group that now rules swathes of Iraq and Syria.

Stone researched and wrote the series and book with Peter Kuznick, a scholar at the American University who specialises in the US nuclear strikes on Japan that ended the Second World War. “It’s all about the oil. You remember the bumper sticker: What is our oil doing under their sand?” Kuznick told MEE. Washington’s hunger for fuel underpins its alliance with Saudi Arabia, the CIA-backed coup against Iranian prime minister Mohammad Mosaddegh in 1953 and its support for anti-Soviet religious militants in Afghanistan in the 1980s, he said.

“We create these messes, then we have a grand military plan to solve them. And the military solutions just don’t work,” he said. The views of Stone and Kuznick are not likely to raise eyebrows on the streets of Cairo, Moscow or Paris. But in the US they are not mainstream.

The way Stone tells it, Americans live in a bubble and are spoon-fed information by a school system, politicians and a media that portrays the US as a beacon of stability and a force for good in the world. In one famous example, former President Ronald Reagan called the US a “shining city on a hill”. “It’s very comforting to be an American,” Stone said.

You get the sense that you are safe and have prosperity of material goods, and that you have enemies everywhere – Russia, China, Iran and North Korea. You get into this cocoon where you have a big country, two oceans, but that you’re always under threat. Stone says he understands this well because he lived it himself. He was raised in New York, the son of a Republican stockbroker, Louis Stone. He was always creative – he often wrote short plays to entertain his family – but never questioned how his history teachers puffed up the US, he said. “I had only gotten a part of the story, which emphasised American exceptionalism, America as a selfless and beneficial country to the world,” he said.

He has also interviewed foreign statesmen who defy Washington – from the Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro to the ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Untold History of the United States, a 10-part documentary series and a 750-page book, offers Americans an alternate perspective on US history from the Second World War through the Cold War to the present day. Stone says he wants to counter the “educational crime” of misleading American schoolchildren. “American exceptionalism has to be driven out of our curriculums,” he said. “We’re not under threat. We are the threat.” - Oliver Stone’s American History: ‘We’re Not under Threat. We Are the Threat’

09/25/16 - The First Artificial Wombs: Researchers grow human embryos in a laboratory
KeelyNet A pregnancy test is usually done via markers detecting hormones in specific substances like urine and blood. At the very beginning, though, these hormone levels are just too low to register a positive test. Without actually looking into the womb, nobody can watch fertilized eggs grow. Yes, we understand the process going on, as the embryo (which is basically a mass of cells called blastocyst) starts dropping its outer layer to implant within the uterine lining.

However, only a couple of weeks ago researchers from Rockefeller University were the first to witness and even raise human embryos in a laboratory for the maximum ethically allowable time of 13 days.

The Rockefeller researchers managed to grow an embryo in a lab by giving it insulin and other nutrients so that no lining was necessary. The interesting observation demonstrated that an embryo itself contains the genetic instruction manual for its own development. After only an initial sharing process, it’s not dependent on the mother.

The scientists, of course, won’t start to grow babies in a lab overnight, but they see lots of promise for the development of new models to human growth and valuable insights into why some pregnancies fail.

These artificial human wombs are a strong hint of what can be done to prevent the early loss of lives in the future. - The First Artificial Wombs: Researchers grow human embryos in a laboratory

09/25/16 - This tiny solar-powered device kills 99.999 percent of bacteria
KeelyNet A tiny new device may help change that. Developed by researchers at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator at Stanford University, the device is about half the size of a postage stamp and uses solar energy to disinfect water with bacterial contamination. The researchers reported their experiments in a paper this week in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.

People often use one of two methods to disinfect germ-ridden water in regions that lack a pure source: boiling or placing plastic water bottles in direct sunlight so the ultraviolet rays can kill microbes. The problem is, boiling uses fuel and the UV method may take up to 48 hours without even fully disinfecting the water.

In an effort to find a more effective and energy-efficient technique, Stanford researcher Yi Cui and his team developed the nanostructure device, made up of fingerprint-like arrangements of copper and a photocatalytic chemical called molybdenum disulfide. When struck by light, the walled structures release hydrogen peroxide and other bactericidal chemicals, which destroy the harmful bacteria and quickly dissolve.

“Our device looks like a little rectangle of black glass,” lead author and PhD researcher Chong Liu said in a press release. “We just dropped it into the water and put everything under the sun, and the sun did all the work.” Although their experiments killed 99.999 percent of bacteria in 20 minutes, Cui admits that the device need further research and development. For one thing, the trials only tested the device on small amounts of water and three strains of bacteria. In other words, the experiments lacked the complex mixture of contaminants often found in the real world. However, Cui remains optimistic: “It’s very exciting to see that by just designing a material you can achieve a good performance. It really works.” - This tiny solar-powered device kills 99.999 percent of bacteria

09/25/16 - Airbus Plans to Build Autonomous Flying Taxis
Billing it as a solution to urban congestion, Airbus has announced a new effort to build helicopter-like autonomous flying vehicles to transport both small parcels and, even more radically, passengers. The battery-powered passenger vehicles, currently dubbed CityAirbus, would be summoned by smartphone and travel along aerial urban roadways, constituting a system of robotic flying taxis.

There are hurdles, however. Airbus says one of the biggest unsolved challenges is in so-called “sense and avoid” technology–an airborne version of the self-driving systems that are still in an imperfect state on the ground. Strange as it sounds, flying vehicles arguably have an advantage over cars on that front, since they have to deal with fewer obstacles and can move in three dimensions to avoid collisions, instead of just two.

The other challenges for such a scheme lie in regulation and security. Lawmakers, Airbus has acknowledged, are certain to be leery of automated systems flying above the same densely-peopled cities they’re intended to make more efficient.

A large part of that hesitation is rooted in the threat of hacking. As researchers have shown in recent years, even today’s semi-smart cars are sometimes subject to remote takeover. While security is a high priority for the Airbus project, there’s still little evidence that it’s even possible to build a system that can’t be hacked–making heavy drones into potential playthings for all sorts of bad actors. - Airbus Plans to Build Autonomous Flying Taxis

09/25/16 - Toyota is using sewage sludge to power its new electric car

09/25/16 - Texas Gives Notice Of Intention To Withdraw From Refugee Resettlement

09/25/16 - Just in Florida? No, all across the USA

09/25/16 - SMARTEST LAWMAKERS ARE IN MISSOURI! “Smartest State in the USA”???

09/25/16 - Get Ready for Freeways That Ban Human Drivers

09/25/16 - Scientists discover horses can communicate with humans by pointing at signs

09/25/16 - Proterra’s electric bus can travel 350 miles before needing a recharge

09/25/16 - The Business Of Extending Human Life Going Into “High Gear”

09/25/16 - The coffin club: elderly New Zealanders building their own caskets

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09/25/16 - Amsterdam researchers create robots that can mate and reproduce

09/25/16 - Experts warn that Robots could become CRIMINALS

09/25/16 - End of Air Conditioning with clothing that cools the body

09/25/16 - World’s first driverless bus service begins service in French city of Lyon

09/25/16 - Vacationers are now hiring drone photographers to follow them around on vacation

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09/25/16 - Kindergarteners Today Get Little Time To Play, and It's Stunting Their Development

09/25/16 - Nokia Says It Can Deliver Internet 1,000x Faster Than Google Fiber

09/25/16 - Trump Opposes Plan For US To Hand Over Internet Oversight To a Global Governance

09/25/16 - Smoking Permanently Damages Your DNA, Study Finds

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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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