Liferegenerator's Channel. BuddhistSocietyWA's Channel. Jack Spirko. Paul LaViolette on Galactic Superwaves and Sub-Quantum Kinetics. Paul LaViolette has some really interesting and plausible theories regarding: regular “super-wave” pulsations emanating from the center of the galaxy, red-shift due to “tired light” instead of expansion, sub-quantum kinetics.
He is a rare individual in the scientific community; many in the church of science would consider him a heretic, for his willingness to posit truly unique and independent theories. While most scientists are genuinely afraid to think outside the box, due to the manner by which the “scientific” community tends to isolate you and cut you off from your sources of funding; Paul did not allow them to coerce his views. Consequently, he has a wonderfully unfettered mind and is not afraid to think critically about, what has become, the “religion of science.” When I say “religion of science,” I mean the so-called “scientists” and I use that term lightly, tend to ignore facts which do not fit neatly into their theories.
David Wilcock. David Icke. Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen. Open Source is hard. Security is hard There's been lots of articles about the recent OpenSSL "Heartbleed" bug. You can spend a day reading all the technical analysis, but one headline that stood out to me was "OpenSSL shows big problem with open source; underfunded, understaffed. " A fundamental part of the fabric of The Internet Itself is mostly just one person plus a bunch of volunteers. "The fascinating, mind-boggling fact here is that you have this critical piece of network infrastructure that really runs a large part of the Internet, and there’s basically one guy working on it full time. " Moreover, we don't sing contributor's praises for their hard work and success while their software work, instead we wait until a single line (albeit one of the more important lines) fails to live up to expectations.
Open Source is largely a thankless job. There's anger around past actions by Microsoft, but as I've said publicly before, they've come a LONG way. Visibility is hard Organizing is hard. Tesla Technology - Suppressed alternative technology. You Should Have a Robust Backup System For Your Computer. I’ve had several friends with drives going out recently and it occurred to me that I should really look into getting a decent backup system.
At first I thought of just burning DVD’s periodically or getting one of those 1-2 TB drives which attach to your USB port; but it all seemed to be a bit labor intensive. I just know that I would forget to backup at just the wrong time and lose critical files. If you do anything business related on your computer, I think you will find that a good backup solution, even if it is only used ONCE, will pay for itself many times over. Just think about all of the work that goes into creating and organizing the files on your computer and if your time and effort is worth anything, a few hundred dollars will seem like a pittance; especially when you consider the fact that, with a good backup solution, you can simply replace your drive and be back up and running with a few hours as if nothing happened.
Network Attached Storage. Nanosolar’s Breakthrough - Solar Now Cheaper than Coal. Their mission: to deliver cost-efficient solar electricity.
The Nanosolar company was founded in 2002 and is working to build the world's largest solar cell factory in California and the world's largest panel-assembly factory in Germany. They have successfully created a solar coating that is the most cost-efficient solar energy source ever. Their PowerSheet cells contrast the current solar technology systems by reducing the cost of production from $3 a watt to a mere 30 cents per watt. This makes, for the first time in history, solar power cheaper than burning coal. These coatings are as thin as a layer of paint and can transfer sunlight to power at amazing efficiency. Nanosolar, Inc. prides themselves on being the “Third Wave” of solar technology. Tom Bearden - Zero Point Energy. Jordan Maxwell.