Arts - Homeopaat Ortho-moleculaire therapie De Medische Misleidingen van de Mensheid De Medische Misleidingen van de Mensheid Samenvatting: Het reguliere medische systeem behelst symptoombehandeling met giftige medicatie. BEGEERTE, oorzaak van oorlogen en ziekten De mensen proberen op alle manieren zoveel mogelijk geld binnen te krijgen, ook al gaat dit ten koste van de medemens. De wereld zit vol met instellingen die de begeerte als leidraad hebben. De Westerse Wereld De westerse wereld is bezeten van macht, vooral Amerika en vele andere landen volgen bereidwillig. De kwakzalverij van de reguliere medici. (1,2,3,4) De bedoeling is dat artsen en specialisten de mensen helpen te genezen. Symptomatologie en symptoomtherapie. Symptomatologie is de leer waarbij via symptomen bepaald wordt wat er aan de hand is. In de homeopathie zoekt men via een complex aan symptomen met wat voor een vergiftigingsbeeld men te maken heeft. Sinds de tweede wereldoorlog is er volgens Prof. De arts en zijn artseneed!
Nanotechnology & Development News - Meridian Institute Meridian Institute's Nanotechnology and Development News ceased operation in September 2013 after 10 years of service on September 4, 2013. We appreciate the support over the years from our funders and subscribers. If additional funding becomes available, we will resume the news service. In the meantime, given Meridian Institute's long-term interest and work on nanotechnology issues, we would appreciate staying in touch with those in the field. Previously, Nanotechnology and Development News provided succinct summaries of the most pertinent news stories, op-eds, journal articles, and reports on scientific innovations and technological applications; policy issues; risk-related information; intellectual property rights and access to data; technology transfer and capacity building; global and regional networks; and economic development. Information and Resources Nanotechnology, Commodities and Development Nanotechnology, Water and Development
Nano & Cleantech Blog : Nanotechnology Lawyers & Attorneys : Foley & Lardner Law Firm : Clean Technology, Green Energy American Society of Safety Engineers By Jolinda Cappello Table of Contents Introduction What is Nanotechnology? Products and Applications Health and Safety Risks of Nanoparticles A. B. 1. a. b. c. 2. What Can Be Done to Protect Workers? A. B. Current Efforts Toward Nanotechnology Standardization A. B. Conclusion Works and Websites Consulted Introduction Many believe that nanotechnology will be the next industrial revolution and the key to a future filled with new opportunities and applications. The information in this paper is adapted from recent print and online resources to provide an overview of: · Nanotechnology and its products and applications · The health and safety risks of nanoparticle exposure in the workplace · Current and suggested initiatives and activities to protect workers in nanotechnology industries · Current efforts toward nanotechnology standardization What is Nanotechnology? Nanotechnology is often considered engineering at the atomic scale. · Carbon tubes · Titanium dioxide · Silicon/germanium · Proteins or DNA A. B. 1.
History of PSYOP Psychological Operations or PSYOP are planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of organizations, groups, and individuals. Used in all aspects of war, it is a weapon whose effectiveness is limited only by the ingenuity of the commander using it. A proven winner in combat and peacetime, PSYOP is one of the oldest weapons in the arsenal of man. To capture the enemy's entire army is better than to destroy it; to take intact a regiment, a company, or a squad is better than to destroy them. Sun Tzu understood that given the opportunity, an adversary will surrender to a superior commander prior to conflict. Psychological operations were used extensively by all sides during World War II. "…..and so it will be best if you learn a few useful phrases in English before visiting us. This was rather crude material: but it proved effective.
Nanotechnology and Nanoscience | Nanowerk Nanotechnology Lawyer & Attorney : Porter Wright Morris & Arthur : Nanotechnology Law Report REACH and nanomaterials - Chemicals - Enterprise and Industry Nanomaterials Nanomaterials as defined in a 2011 Commission Recommendation are materials which often have specific properties due to their small particle size. The global market for nanomaterials is estimated at 11 million tonnes at a market value of 20 bn €. The current direct employment in the nanomaterial sector is estimated at 300 000 to 400 000 in Europe. It is still dominated by materials which have been in use for decades, such as carbon black (mainly used in tyres) or synthetic amorphous silica (used in a wide variety of applications including tyres, as polymer filler but also in toothpaste or as anticoagulant in food powders). In the past years, many new nanomaterial-related applications have been developed. In the light of current knowledge and opinions of the EU Scientific and Advisory Committees and independent risk assessors, nanomaterials are similar to normal chemicals/substances in that some may be toxic and some may not. Nanomaterials in REACH and CLP Background Study
Alien-Like Skulls Unearthed In Mexico December 27, 2012 Image Caption: 300 Meters from the village of Onavas, archaeologists discovered a site with 25 human burials, 13 of whom have cranial deformation. This image shows cranial deformation in one of the human skulls. Credit: Cristina Garcia / INAH [Watch Video: Alien-Like Skulls Unearthed In Mexican Cemetery] Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Archeologists have unearthed what looks like a cone-shaped alien skull from 1,000 years ago in Mexico. The skull, which dates from 945 A.D. to 1308 A.D., was discovered accidentally while digging an irrigation system in the northwest state of Sonora in Mexico. Cristina Garcia Moreno, who worked on the project with Arizona State University, explained that 13 of the 25 skulls found in the Hispanic cemetery had these deformed heads. “We don´t know why this population specifically deformed their heads,” Moreno told ABC News. They said the deformation of human skulls was part of an ancient ritual that took place 1,000 years ago.
Nanoscience and nanotechnology - Joint study Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering Conspiracy Theories, UFOs, Paranormal, Political Madness, and other "Alternative Topics" PRESS RELEASES - Press Release - Nanomatériaux: une approche de la sécurité au cas par cas pour des technologies innovantes Commission européenne Communiqué de presse Bruxelles, le 3 octobre 2012 Nanomatériaux: une approche de la sécurité au cas par cas pour des technologies innovantes Les nanotechnologies sont actuellement porteuses d’avancées majeures et pourraient aussi permettre de réaliser des percées technologiques révolutionnaires et de relancer la croissance économique. La communication souligne la diversité et la multiplicité des nanomatériaux, que l’on retrouve aussi bien dans des matériaux courants utilisés en toute sécurité depuis des décennies (par exemple, dans les pneumatiques ou sous la forme d’agents anticoagulants dans les denrées alimentaires) que dans des matériaux industriels hautement sophistiqués ou encore dans le traitement des tumeurs. Nécessité d’une évaluation des nanomatériaux La définition des nanomatériaux donnée récemment sera intégrée dans la législation de l’UE, le cas échéant. REACH, le cadre le plus adapté à la gestion des nanomatériaux Prochaines étapes Contexte
Water, Oil and Gas, resource wars: the Stans of Central Asia « Law in Action Tajikistan's president, Emomali Rakhmon, likes things big. He has built the world’s tallest flagpole. Last year he opened the region’s largest library (with few books in it so far). But one gigantic project is proving contentious with the neighbours: building the world’s tallest hydroelectric dam. Islam Karimov, the strongman who rules downstream Uzbekistan, says the proposed 335-metre Rogun dam, on a tributary of the Amu Darya, will give Tajikistan unfair control over water resources and endanger millions in the event of an earthquake. Both were conceived in the twilight of the communist era and stalled when subsidies from Moscow evaporated at independence. Spurring on both projects is Uzbekistan’s bad behaviour, egregious even in a tetchy region. Though it seems unlikely Mr Karimov will drive his tanks over the border just yet, shoot-outs on the disputed borders are not uncommon. Excerpt, Water wars in Central Asia: Dammed if they do, Economist, Sept. 29, 2012, at 44 Related posts: