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Ancient Society Research Resources. Biotech Brigade. Water supply. The Groundwater Footprint: The Privatization of the World’s Water Resources. A study published by McGill University in Montreal and Utrecht University in the Netherlands, analyzed data from global ground water use against computer generated models of underwater aquifers and concluded that the “groundwater footprint” of reliable resources above ground is 3.5 times larger than the known aquifers. UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Council of the International Hydrological Program (HIP) estimates that there is 366 million, trillion gallon of water on Earth.
The IPCC document HS 15332 Climate Change Impacts: Securitization of Water, Food, Soil, Health, Energy and Migration explains how the UN plans to secure resources to use at their disposal. Through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under-developed countries are forced to sell their resources to the global Elite as “full cost recovery” to the global central bankers. Once those resources are under the complete control of the creditors, they become assets to be reallocated back to the enslaved nations for a price. How to start a cooperative (co-op) 8 Ancient Beliefs Now Backed By Modern Science. The Earth may not be flat nor is it the center of the universe, but that doesn’t mean old-world intellectuals got everything wrong.
In fact, in recent years, modern science has validated a number of teachings and beliefs rooted in ancient wisdom that, up until now, had been trusted but unproven empirically. Here are eight ancient beliefs and practices that have been confirmed by modern science. Helping others can make you healthier. In their never-ending search for the best way to live, Greek philosophers argued over the relative benefits of hedonic and eudaimonic happiness. Hedonic well-being sees happiness as a factor of increased pleasure and decreased pain, while eudaimonic (“human flourishing”) happiness has more to do with having a larger purpose or meaning in life. A recent study from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill psychologist Barbara Fredrickson may reveal which form of happiness is more beneficial for health and well-being. Compassion is the key to a meaningful life. Gregg Braden. 5 Facts to Help You Lead a Thriving Life What are our next steps toward Transformation? If you’ve ever been on a journey of any kind, then you know the routine.
To prepare for the trip, you first get an idea of where you’re going. You check the weather conditions, study maps, and then pack what’s needed to keep your routines alive while you’re traveling. The key here is that when you know where you’re going, you know what to take. A Journey To Another World We’re all on a journey, and it’s a big one. Together we’re barreling down the fast lane of a superhighway that’s crossing the boundaries of traditional beliefs, religions, and habits of the past. A Shift in Thinking I can’t say for sure what our destination will look like. I see a world where we’ve raised the standard of living for everyone, rather than lowering it for many in order to support only a few.
We’re living in a time when we can expect big things to happen—big shifts in the world and big changes in our lives. The Big Picture. QEG - Free Energy Device (Open Source) - March 2014. Bureau d'études. Arundhati Roy and Howard Zinn "War Talk" (2003) Engineers build first nonreciprocal acoustic circulator: A one-way sound device. A team of researchers at The University of Texas at Austin's Cockrell School of Engineering has built the first-ever circulator for sound. The team's experiments successfully prove that the fundamental symmetry with which acoustic waves travel through air between two points in space ("if you can hear, you can also be heard") can be broken by a compact and simple device. "Using the proposed concept, we were able to create one-way communication for sound traveling through air," said Andrea Alù, who led the project and is an associate professor and David & Doris Lybarger Endowed Faculty Fellow in the Cockrell School's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
"Imagine being able to listen without having to worry about being heard in return. " This successful experiment is described in "Sound Isolation and Giant Linear Nonreciprocity in a Compact Acoustic Circulator," which will be featured on the cover of Science in the Jan. 31 issue. Explore further: Designing an acoustic diode. Cyberattack traced to hacked refrigerator, researchers report. Call it the attack of the zombie refrigerators. Computer security researchers said this week they discovered a large "botnet" which infected Internet-connected home appliances and then delivered more than 750,000 malicious emails. The California security firm Proofpoint, Inc., which announced its findings, said this may be the first proven "Internet of Things" based cyberattack involving "smart" appliances. Proofpoint said hackers managed to penetrate home-networking routers, connected multi-media centers, televisions and at least one refrigerator to create a botnet—or platform to deliver malicious spam or phishing emails from a device, usually without the owner's knowledge.
Security experts previously spoke of such attacks as theoretical. But Proofpoint said the case "has significant security implications for device owners and enterprise targets" because of massive growth expected in the use of smart and connected devices, from clothing to appliances. Superior Common Law Court of Republic (50 Union states) Superior Common Law Court of Republic (50 Union states) "The United States shall guaranty to every state in the Union a republican form of government.
" Because Common Law is the basis of the laws in America, Common Law is what is being referred to in almost every place where the word "Law" appears within the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights. These documents were designed to eliminate the vicious Equity, Maritime or Admiralty Laws that we revolted against in Our Revolution against the totalitarianism of England. FACT - The Constitution does grant the Federal union the power to establish Courts of Equity and Maritime Courts.
Because the federal entity is concerned with actions and activities between the States, dealing with the Indian Nations, and International Associations it needs a system of laws to manage these responsibilities. FACT - Equity Courts are concerned with contracts, and settlement of disagreements between fictional entities. Great Depression. When the stock market crashed in October 1929, Chicago had a Republican mayor, a virtually insolvent municipal government, and communities that were deeply divided along lines of race and ethnicity. When general prosperity returned in 1940, Chicago had an entrenched Democratic machine, a fully solvent city government, and a population that, while still heavily segregated racially, had enthusiastically shared mass culture and mass movements. The transformations wrought by the Great Depression were the result of social protest movements and a growing sense that the government could and should affect the daily lives of average people in positive ways.
The Great Depression was particularly severe in Chicago because of the city's reliance on manufacturing, the hardest hit sector nationally. Only 50 percent of the Chicagoans who had worked in the manufacturing sector in 1927 were still working there in 1933. African Americans and Mexicans were particularly hurt. Tracey Deutsch Bibliography. Ucadia · Mundi · Deliberately Born Dead in Hell. Blog: 2014 and the Remission of Mundi. Booming Solar Energy Halted by Hawaii Utility Because Sun Produces Too Much Power! Let's try to summarize this astounding Scientific American article that symbolizes the tentacles of the fossil fuel industry and utility companies in perpetuating destructive climate change. Actually, the header and sub-headline of the piece sum it up nicely: "A Solar Boom so Successful, It's Been Halted: Photovoltaics proved so successful in Hawaii that the local utility, [the Hawaiian Electric Company] (HECO), has instituted policies to block further expansion.
" Hawaiian residents are investing their own money to save longterm costs and the environment. The result is that they are producing a surplus of solar energy beyond what they can use in their homes. This extra energy is supposed to be diverted back into the power grid to save money on HECO's reliance on oil and to reduce global warming. Now the US does have an aged electrical grid and HECO makes the claim that the surge in solar energy production by homeowners is creating safety problems: (Photo: USDAgov) Robert Levinson Captive In Iran Is Working For The CIA. The end of cable TV is nigh - Aereo wins another round. I was around when cable first came to market, with the so-called "experts" arguing that no one would be stupid enough to pay for something you could get for free, namely advertising funded TV programs. And here we are decades later, pretty much proving them wrong, because, yes we are stupid enough.
However, Aereo is company that basically provides a centralized high performance antenna which you connect to for a small fee - offering access to these same advertising funded channels for $8 a month rather than the $40 to $80 you may be paying for the same thing. Apparently the service is pretty popular on the East Coast, although on the West Coast a similar service was shut down because our judges out here are…. Anyway on the East Coast Aereo just won an appeal and is still going strong. But this is only one of several initiatives that are steadily advancing to shut down cable TV service as we know it.
Let’s look at why. Cable At Risk Intel and Unbundling Apple, Microsoft, and Google. Patterns of new DNA letter in brain suggest distinct function. In 2009, the DNA alphabet expanded. Scientists discovered that an extra letter or "sixth nucleotide" was surprisingly abundant in DNA from stem cells and brain cells. Now, researchers at Emory University School of Medicine have mapped the patterns formed by that letter in the brains of mice, observing how its pattern of distribution in the genome changes during development and aging. Those patterns, stable or dynamic depending on the gene, suggest that 5-hydroxymethylcytosine (5-hmC) has its own distinct functions, which still need to be fully brought to light.
"Our data tells us that 5-hmC is not just an intermediate state," says senior author Peng Jin, PhD, associate professor of human genetics at Emory University School of Medicine. "It looks like it has specific functions in stem cells and brain. 5-hmC may poise a gene to be turned on after being repressed. " The results were published online Sunday by the journal Nature Neuroscience. More information: K.E. SkyJack: The drone that hijacks other drones in mid-air. Amazon's Prime Air announcement last week brought concerns about the use of commercial drones to the fore, but one programmer may have just muddied the waters even more. Notable hacker Samy Kamkar recently modified a Parrot AR.Drone 2 with his custom software, called SkyJack, allowing it to seek out the wireless signals of other UAVs and take control of them, even while in flight. If his name sounds familiar, that's because Kamkar is the same hacker-turned-legit security researcher that released a worm that took down MySpace back in 2005 and later went on to expose security weaknesses in several major credit cards.
For his latest project, Kamkar rigged a Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 with a Raspberry Pi, a USB battery, and two wireless adapters, before uploading his custom programming. The SkyJack software is designed for Linux devices and runs a few supporting programs in sequence to effectively hijack any drones in the area. Source: Samy Kamkar. Former CIA Official Exposes Bush Administration Fraud. New X-ray laser technique measures atomic vibrations faster, more accurately.
(Phys.org) —An international team led by scientists from two SLAC/Stanford institutes has devised a much faster and more accurate way of measuring subtle atomic vibrations that underlie important hidden properties of materials. This advance will help researchers design new materials with desirable but elusive traits, such as room-temperature superconductivity or the ability to efficiently convert heat into electricity. The team led by David Reis and Mariano Trigo, who are members of the Stanford PULSE Institute and the Stanford Institute for Materials and Energy Sciences, published its results in the December issue of Nature Physics. The new method, called Fourier Transform Inelastic X-ray Scattering, hits a sample of material – in this case the semiconductor germanium – with two intense, ultrashort laser pulses of different colors. The first pulse, of infrared light, jars the sample's atoms into a rich, coherent vibration pattern.
Splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using light, nanoparticles. Researchers from the University of Houston have found a catalyst that can quickly generate hydrogen from water using sunlight, potentially creating a clean and renewable source of energy. Their research, published online Sunday in Nature Nanotechnology, involved the use of cobalt oxide nanoparticles to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Jiming Bao, lead author of the paper and an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UH, said the research discovered a new photocatalyst and demonstrated the potential of nanotechnology in engineering a material's property, although more work remains to be done.
Bao said photocatalytic water-splitting experiments have been tried since the 1970s, but this was the first to use cobalt oxide and the first to use neutral water under visible light at a high energy conversion efficiency without co-catalysts or sacrificial chemicals. Obama asks Supreme Court to eviscerate First Amendment liberties. (THE WASHINGTON TIMES) How far will President Obama go to control what we see and hear? How about removing First Amendment protections from FOX News or even from MSNBC, ABC, CNN, CBS or NBC. Maybe no free speech or freedom of the press for The Washington Times nor The Washington Post nor The New York Times or any other major media? Obama would justify it by claiming they are all tainted because they seek to profit from the news business. Don’t laugh. This is the danger from the ground-breaking legal theory being argued by the Obama Administration to the Supreme Court.
The threat is carefully-camouflaged within the legal briefs filed to defend Obamacare in the Hobby Lobby case. At the core of its argument that Hobby Lobby must provide abortion-inducing “birth control” to its employees, the government claims that for-profit corporations have no First Amendment rights. Of course, none of them would have protection from being monitored by the NSA.
The Info-Activism How-To Guide | Strategies and tools for digital campaigning - Iceweasel. ‘Final Battle’ to Brainwash Millions Launched in China. From the frigid northern plains of Heilongjiang, to the far-flung west of Tibet, and all across China’s heartland, the Chinese Communist Party is reinvigorating a campaign to forcibly transform the thoughts of millions of practitioners of a traditional spiritual discipline.
Every corner of society is to be folded into the movement, according to dozens of Party directives posted on government and Party websites. Even places of education and healing, like the Jiangmen Middle School and the Beijing Friendship Hospital, are expected to take part. “Enter villages. Enter households. Enter schools. Enter government organs. Falun Gong (also known as Falun Dafa), the Chinese spiritual practice being targeted, has been persecuted in China since 1999. Political Questions Key members of the security services, who had served the political wishes of former Party leader Jiang Zemin, have been removed this year.
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