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Mylow Magnetic Motor Debunked: NSA Involved – It Can’t Be Fake Many DIY-pseudo-scientists have tried to build magnetic motors themselves, and it’s said some of them may have even succeeded, but there is no practical evidence of their success. While Steorn had been promising two years ago that it would show a working magnetic motor, they failed to do it because of “technical difficulties” in the very day of their promised public demonstration. Come on, nobody would have challenged such a claim if they hadn’t something real to show! Such a controversial example is a guy named Mylow, who has tried to, and seemingly succeeded to build a magnetic motor whose power was self-sufficient to run it. The invention was not his, but Howard Johnson’s, who, in the 80′s, tried the same experiment and at that time it’s said it was a success. Anyway, nobody seems to have publicly replicated the magnetic motor until Mylow.

Inside Occupy Wall Street’s (Kinda) Secret Media HQ The revolution may never be televised, but if Occupy activists in a semi-secret media war room in New York’s Bowery district have their way, it will be livestreamed. Police seizures at occupations, as at the flagship camp in New York City on Tuesday, not to mention rain, cold and theft, are horrible for expensive media gear, as Occupy Wall Street found after setting up an ad hoc media operation in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park in September. So Occupy Wall Street decided the best way to keep livestreams of the protests online was to move much of the gear to a safer location somewhere indoors. Wired.com visited the sorta-secret Media HQ in Manhattan last week for the first thorough tour of the facility. The conversations with activists eerily presaged the turmoil in Manhattan Tuesday and in cities like Oakland and Portland over the weekend.

The Searl Effect Generator - Ultimate Overunity? undefined Searl Effect Technology The Searl Effect Generator (SEG) is a magnetic diode, and what one may consider one of the original "Free Energy" Devices. The inventor of the technology is Professor John Robert Roy Searl of England. The SEG in essence is a composite ring made of an electron reservoir (a rare earth like Neodymium), a magnetized accelerator stage (Iron or Nickel), an electron flow regulator stage (Nylon 66 or Teflon), and finally, a paramagnetic layer (Aluminium or Copper). The design of the SEG is both beautifully simple and infuriatingly complex at the same time.

Four boxes of liberty Larry McDonald (1935–1983), often attributed as the author of the meme The four boxes of liberty is a meme that proposes: "There are four boxes to be used in the defense of liberty: soap, ballot, jury and ammo. Please use in that order." Concepts and phrases evolve and are applied in new ways.[1] The "four boxes" meme always includes the ballot, jury and cartridge (or ammo) boxes. Additional boxes, when specified, have sometimes been the bandbox, soapbox, moving box, or lunch box.[2][3][4] The meme in various forms has been used in arguments about tariff abolition, the rights of African Americans, women's suffrage, environmentalism and gun control.[5][6][7][8] Origins[edit]

PROJECT CAMELOT: AN INTERVIEW WITH CARMEN BOULTER I traveled with Dr. Carmen Boulter on her group tour of Egypt for the special meditation inside the Great Pyramid and at the foot of the Sphinx on 10-10-2010. This interview was done in view of the pyramids where at the end of the tour we had a chance to sit down and talk about Amarna, Nefertiti and Akhenaten and what really happened in those days. Detaching themselves from the intrigues and treachery of temple life, they moved to Amarna built temples and their palace and established a new religion which was focused on the one god. This was a time of peace and as depicted in the temple inscriptions and carvings of the period, a more natural mode of being. The reign of Akhenaten lasted for 17 years... and ended with the death of Akhenaten.

National High Magnetic Field Laboratory: An Introduction to Magn Table of Contents Magnets from Mini to Mighty By Kristen Coyne Many of us believe our daily experience with magnets begins and ends on the refrigerator door. There’s that cute shot of the kids in the magnetized frame, the clip holding the grocery list, the realtor’s business card and the haiku composed of magnetized words. In fact, those are just one of several types of magnets that span a broad range of sizes, shapes, materials, strengths and applications.

Will Occupy Wall Street Upend Obama’s Presidential Election? Where OWS departs from precedent is in the breadth of support from the get-go for its overarching critique in the electorate at large. A November NBC–Wall Street Journal poll found that more than three quarters of voters agree that America’s economic structure unfairly favors the very rich over everyone else, and that the power of banks and corporations should be constrained. “It took three years from the start of the anti–Vietnam War movement to the point when the popularity of the war sank below 50 percent,” observes Columbia professor and social-movement historian Todd Gitlin. “Here, achieving the equivalent took three minutes.”

Searl Effect Generator (SEG) From PESWiki Artist animation illustrating the three rings with rollers. According to Searl, who built nearly two dozen of these in the 1960's, the electrons flow from the middle to the periphery where they can be picked up either as AC or DC current.

This interactive map of the Gulf Stream allows you to see how this current provides heat for Northern Europe. Click on the Next button on the bottom left of the map to start the explanation. by cgreynolds Apr 14

Please refer to this video by Alan Watts, it says sooo much more about our attitudes to "LIFE" as the Earth/Nature would create it and our "interference with the process". by cdancer Nov 10

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