Friday, April 29, 2011

Meet the real 9/11 terrorists. Important history, Fed private corporation.

Meet the real 9/11 terrorists. Important history, Fed private corporation. Bible, Egypt, real world rulers.

News headlines: Meet the real 9/11 terrorists

Monday, April 4, 2011

4-19-95 Oklahoma bombing practically proven controlled demolition inside operation. Experts agree on demolition charges. Impossible otherwise.

"massive destruction was primarily the result of four demolition charges placed at critical structural points at the third floor level."
Air Force General Benton Partin, who for years headed the Air Force Armaments Laboratory

I believe that the demolitions charges in the building were placed inside at certain key concrete columns did the primary damage to the Murrah Federal Building,”

and that,

It would have been absolutely impossible and against the laws of nature for a truck full of fertilizer and fuel oil… no matter how much was used… to bring the building down.”
Dr. Sam Cohen, inventor of the neutron bomb

The OKC Bombing Top Ten

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So London bombing 7/7/5 is also inside operation.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Solar Concentrating PhotoVoltaic Farm: New technology. Combines mirrors and cells.

generation of solar tech.
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Cellphone Radiation May Alter Your Brain. Here are rules of safe use.

The Journal of the American Medical Association indicated that heavy use of cell phone could alter brain activity.

it was unclear whether the changes in the brain — an increase in glucose metabolism after using the phone for less than an hour — had any negative health or behavioral effects.

advises users to keep cellphones at a distance by putting them on speaker mode or using a wired headset whenever possible.

The next best option is a wireless Bluetooth headset or earpiece, which emit radiation at far lower levels.

If a headset isn’t feasible, holding your phone just slightly away from your ear can make a big difference; the intensity of radiation diminishes sharply with distance. “Every millimeter counts,”

So crushing your cellphone into your ear to hear better in a crowded bar is probably a bad idea.

Go outside if you have to take or make a call.

And you might not want to put your cellphone in your breast or pants pocket either, because that also puts it right up against your body.

Carry it in a purse or briefcase or get a nonmetallic belt clip that orients it away from your body.

Some studies have suggested a link between cellphone use and cancer, lower bone density and infertility in men.

But other studies show no effect at all.

You can get an idea of the relative amounts of radiation various cellphone models emit by looking at their SAR, or specific absorption rate.

the Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit organization, has a comprehensive list of the SAR values for most cellphones available from major carriers on its Web site.

But more important than looking for a low-SAR phone is how you use it.

Many cellphones emit the most radiation when they initially establish contact with the cell tower, making their “digital handshake.”

To reduce exposure it’s best to wait until after your call has been connected to put your cellphone next to your ear.

emission of radiation is “significantly less when a cellphone is receiving - you listen - signals than when it is transmitting - you talk,”

cellphone emits less when you are stationary because when you are moving rapidly — say, in a car or train — it must repeatedly issue little bursts of radiation to make digital handshakes with different towers as it moves in and out of range.

weak signal indicates it has to work harder and thus will emit more radiation. “Fewer bars means more radiation

Children’s developing brains and tissues are thought to be most vulnerable to cellphone radiation.

Health authorities in Britain, France, Germany and Russia have all issued warnings against allowing small children to use cellphones for extended periods, if at all.

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Japan’s Nuclear Crisis: forensic scientific analysis. What happened.

“Clearly we’re witnessing one of the greatest disasters in modern time.”

“Clearly, there’s no access to the core,” the official said. “The Japanese are honestly blind.”

water levels at the reactor cores dropping by as much as three-quarters, temperatures in those cores soaring to nearly 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit, hot enough to burn and melt the zirconium casings that protect the fuel rods.

evaluations also show that the reactors at Fukushima Daiichi escaped the deadliest outcomes — a complete meltdown of the plant.

about 70 percent of the core of one reactor had been damaged, and that another reactor had undergone a 33 percent meltdown — came from forensic modeling.

The atomic age has seen the construction of nearly 600 civilian power plants, but according to the World Nuclear Association, only three have undergone serious accidents in which their fuel cores melted down.

now three of the reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi complex in some stage of meltdown.

By definition, a meltdown is the severe overheating of the core of a nuclear reactor that results in either the partial or full liquefaction of its uranium fuel and supporting metal lattice, at times with the atmospheric release of deadly radiation.

Partial meltdowns usually strike a core’s middle regions instead of the edge, where temperatures are typically lower.

The main meltdowns of the past at civilian plants were Three Mile Island in 1979, the St.-Laurent reactor in France in 1980, and Chernobyl in Ukraine in 1986.

a first sign of major trouble at any reactor was the release of hydrogen — a highly flammable gas that has fueled several large explosions at Fukushima Daiichi.
The gas indicated that cooling water had fallen low, exposing the hot fuel rods.

First “as the core gets hotter and hotter,” easily evaporated products of atomic fission — like iodine 131 and cesium 137 — fly out.

If temperatures rise higher, threatening to melt the core entirely, he added, less volatile products such as strontium 90 and plutonium 239 join the rising plume.

The lofting of the latter particles in large quantities points to “substantial fuel melting"

a blow-by-blow of the accident’s early hours and days.
It said drops in cooling water exposed up to three-quarters of the reactor cores, and that peak temperatures hit 2,700 degrees Celsius, or more than 4,800 degrees Fahrenheit.
That’s hot enough to melt steel and zirconium — the main ingredient in the metallic outer shell of a fuel rod, known as the cladding.

A slide with a cutaway illustration of a reactor featured a glowing hot mass of melted fuel rods in the middle of the core and noted “release of fission products” during meltdown.
The products are radioactive fragments of split atoms that can result in cancer and other serious illnesses.

Stanford, where Dr. Hansen is a visiting scholar, posted the slides online after the March presentation.
At that time, each of the roughly 30 slides was marked with the Areva symbol or name, and each also gave the name of their author, Matthias Braun.

The posted document was later changed to remove all references to Areva.

more at the original New York Times article:
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Saturday, April 2, 2011

HAARP can be used for many purposes. Enormous quantities of energy can be controlled by manipulating the electrical characteristics of the atmosphere.

The project HAARP would also allow better communications with submarines and manipulation of global weather patterns, but it is also possible to do the reverse, to disrupt communications.

By manipulating the ionosphere one could block global communications while transmitting one’s own.

Another application is earth-penetrating, tomography, x-raying the earth several kilometres deep, to detect oil and gas fields, or underground military facilities.

Over-the-horizon radar is another application, looking round the curvature of the earth for in-coming objects.

If used as a military weapon this can have a devastating impact on an enemy.

HAARP can deliver millions of times more energy to a given area than any other conventional transmitter.

The energy can also be aimed at a moving target which should constitute a potential anti-missile system.

HAARP has links with 50 years of intensive space research for military purposes, including the Star Wars project, to control the upper atmosphere and communications

Friday, April 1, 2011

Meteorite may have seeded life on Earth.

Life on Earth probably originated elsewhere. Life may have started in space and come to Earth on comets.

The new research suggests that the meteorites, which carry with them records of chemistry in theearly solar system, may have seeded Earth with the molecular precursors of life.

a group of U.S. researchers has found evidence of emission of extraterrestrial nitrogen by a primitive meteorite.
Nitrogen is a chemical element essential for life, found in all terrestrial organisms.
Studies with the Murchison meteorite, which reached Australia in 1969 showed that the rock is also rich in organic compounds

The origin of life on Earth is a very deep mystery and many scientists are convinced we need to look outside our own planet for an explanation.

One obvious objection to any form of exogenesis is that we have simply transferred the problem elsewhere — we have still not answered the question of how, when or where life began.
‘life’ may be as ubiquitous as hydrogen and helium, and that at night we are peering into a cosmos that is, quite literally, hopping with life and life, moreover, as we know it.

Until recently a big argument against this idea was the belief that life forms could not possibly survive the rigours of deep space.

It is now known, however, that some bacteria, viruses and even primitive animals such as the tiny insect-like eight-legged tardigrade — an earthly creature which scientists have taken into space — can easily survive, perhaps for millions of years, in the radiation-bathed vacuum of space.

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