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December 2018

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Greatest Secret of the United States, Series 4, Part 1/5, what causes the Ice Age
Diehold Foundation

Video series 4, Part 1A is 40 minutes long. There is a part 1B that is also 40 minutes long. This video  covers the most important information for anyone on this planet because I will fully explain what causes the ice ages and why they happen immediately after a geomagnetic reversal (Pole shift, polar reversal). The last time it happened was about 12,000 years age and it is estimated that only about 30 fertile females survived and all of us are related to one of them.

     To ask Questions send them to:  info@dieholdfoundation.com. To make contributions to the Diehold Foundation go to www.dieholdfoundation.com. Diehold Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non-profit public science foundation.

     I will cover the cause of the Ice Ages at the time of Geomagnetic Reversals. The earth does not flip over on itself. Only the magnetic field reverses. I will explain the mechanism that creates the ice age and ice fields. This information has never been taught before because government felt it was too disruptive to society. Even if you have a degree in geology, astronomy or other related field, you were deliberately never taught this information. You were taught alternate explanations for the phenomena. The research revealed the Greatest Secret the Country has and the CIAs Involvement how they kept the information concealed from the public. You are going to find out what event caused the government to engineer the concealment. I am going to give you the Education you were supposed to have gotten when you went to College. I am going to present this information unblemished and treat all of you like mature adults, but I warn you that this information will scare you and change your life. I present this information because I want some people to survive the reversal event This series of videos are takes from Chapter 8 in “God’s Day of Judgment, the Real Cause of Global Warming” which can be purchased through www.Amazon.com or the publisher at www.vectorpub.com. The foundations web site www.dieholdfoundation.com has information on this information theory of existence as well as three expeditions to Egypt.

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SolSource Sport Portable Solar Stove


Researchers use jiggly Jell-O to make powerful new hydrogen fuel catalyst
by Kara Manke

A cheap and effective new catalyst developed by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, can generate hydrogen fuel from water just as efficiently as platinum, currently the best — but also most expensive — water-splitting catalyst out there.

The catalyst, which is composed of nanometer-thin sheets of metal carbide, is manufactured using a self-assembly process that relies on a surprising ingredient: gelatin, the material that gives Jell-O its jiggle.

“Platinum is expensive, so it would be desirable to find other alternative materials to replace it,” said senior author Liwei Lin, professor of mechanical engineering at UC Berkeley. “We are actually using something similar to the Jell-O that you can eat as the foundation, and mixing it with some of the abundant earth elements to create an inexpensive new material for important catalytic reactions.”

The work appears in the Dec. 13 print edition of the journal Advanced Materials.

A zap of electricity can break apart the strong bonds that tie water molecules together, creating oxygen and hydrogen gas, the latter of which is an extremely valuable source of energy for powering hydrogen fuel cells. Hydrogen gas can also be used to help store energy from renewable yet intermittent energy sources like solar and wind power, which produce excess electricity when the sun shines or when the wind blows, but which go dormant on rainy or calm days.

But simply sticking an electrode in a glass of water is an extremely inefficient method of generating hydrogen gas. For the past 20 years, scientists have been searching for catalysts that can speed up this reaction, making it practical for large-scale use.

“The traditional way of using water gas to generate hydrogen still dominates in industry. However, this method produces carbon dioxide as byproduct,” said first author Xining Zang, who conducted the research as a graduate student in mechanical engineering at UC Berkeley. “Electrocatalytic hydrogen generation is growing in the past decade, following the global demand to lower emissions. Developing a highly efficient and low-cost catalyst for electrohydrolysis will bring profound technical, economical and societal benefit.”
To create the catalyst, the researchers followed a recipe nearly as simple as making Jell-O from a box. They mixed gelatin and a metal ion — either molybdenum, tungsten or cobalt — with water, and then let the mixture dry.

“We believe that as gelatin dries, it self-assembles layer by layer,” Lin said. “The metal ion is carried by the gelatin, so when the gelatin self-assembles, your metal ion is also arranged into these flat layers, and these flat sheets are what give Jell-O its characteristic mirror-like surface.”

Heating the mixture to 600 degrees Celsius triggers the metal ion to react with the carbon atoms in the gelatin, forming large, nanometer-thin sheets of metal carbide. The unreacted gelatin burns away.

The researchers tested the efficiency of the catalysts by placing them in water and running an electric current through them. When stacked up against each other, molybdenum carbide split water the most efficiently, followed by tungsten carbide and then cobalt carbide, which didn’t form thin layers as well as the other two. Mixing molybdenum ions with a small amount of cobalt boosted the performance even more.

It is possible that other forms of carbide may provide even better performance,” Lin said.

The two-dimensional shape of the catalyst is one of the reasons why it is so successful. That is because the water has to be in contact with the surface of the catalyst in order to do its job, and the large surface area of the sheets mean that the metal carbides are extremely efficient for their weight.

Because the recipe is so simple, it could easily be scaled up to produce large quantities of the catalyst, the researchers say.

“We found that the performance is very close to the best catalyst made of platinum and carbon, which is the gold standard in this area,” Lin said. “This means that we can replace the very expensive platinum with our material, which is made in a very scalable manufacturing process.”

Co-authors on the study are Lujie Yang, Buxuan Li and Minsong Wei of UC Berkeley, J. Nathan Hohman and Chenhui Zhu of Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; Wenshu Chen and Jiajun Gu of Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Xiaolong Zou and Jiaming Liang of the Shenzhen Institute; and Mohan Sanghasadasa of the U.S. Army RDECOM AMRDEC.

9 October 2018

Self‐Assembly of Large‐Area 2D Polycrystalline Transition Metal Carbides for Hydrogen Electrocatalysis
Xining Zang, et al.

Low‐dimensional (0/1/2 dimension) transition metal carbides (TMCs) possess intriguing electrical, mechanical, and electrochemical properties, and they serve as convenient supports for transition metal catalysts. Large‐area single‐crystalline 2D TMC sheets are generally prepared by exfoliating MXene sheets from MAX phases. Here, a versatile bottom‐up method is reported for preparing ultrathin TMC sheets (≈10 nm in thickness and >100 μm in lateral size) with metal nanoparticle decoration. A gelatin hydrogel is employed as a scaffold to coordinate metal ions (Mo5+, W6+, Co2+), resulting in ultrathin‐film morphologies of diverse TMC sheets. Carbonization of the scaffold at 600 °C presents a facile route to the corresponding MoCx, WCx, CoCx, and to metal‐rich hybrids (Mo2−xWxC and W/Mo2C–Co). Among these materials, the Mo2C–Co hybrid provides excellent hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) efficiency (Tafel slope of 39 mV dec−1 and 48 mVj = 10 mA cm‐2 in overpotential in 0.5 m H2SO4). Such performance makes Mo2C–Co a viable noble‐metal‐free catalyst for the HER, and is competitive with the standard platinum on carbon support. This template‐assisted, self‐assembling, scalable, and low‐cost manufacturing process presents a new tactic to construct low‐dimensional TMCs with applications in various clean‐energy‐related fields.


Professor Eric Laithwaite: Magnetic River 1975

The wonders of magnetism and the linear motor are captured in this 1975 presentation by Professor Eric Laithwaite (1921-1997) former Professor of Heavy Electrical Engineering at Imperial College London.


Paradise # 44 ~ TWO Veteran Fire Captains SPEAK OUT @ CA Fires w/ Supposedly Shelly


Patents Directly Related To Geoengineering

Chemtrails the secret war

“ This documentary is dedicated to everyone who wants to fight for truth and life on planet Earth. Let's stand up and defend our rights ! " Antonio and Rosario Marciano

Antonio and Rosario Marciano administrators of the Italian website TANKER ENEMY produced the film : “ Chemtrails the secret war ”. This HD documentary film is the first Italian professional film on illegal geo-engineering aka chemtrails. It has been realized thanks to many friends and collaborators. For years this issue has been denied and mocked but the chemical spraying of our sky is still going on !

This documentary analyses, in a scientific and rigorous approach the main characteristics of this issue. The weather manipulation is only a collateral aspect of the phenomenon...

In September 2014, Jacques Daidié, a French man very active against illegal geo-engineering, went to Italy and met Antonio and Rosario Marciano, well-known Italian activists against geo-engineering. The French translation is born from this meeting and has been realized by several members of the French association “Ciel voilé”, (www.cielvoile.fr). We thank him warmly and all those who have contributed to the translation: Jacques, Dominique from Avignon, Mary from Monteux, Sebastien from St Firmin in Valgaudemard and Danielle from Gap.

Tanker Enemy

The Next End of the World | C.I.A. Classified

The C.I.A. classified a book on earth's catastrophe cycle and crust displacement in 1966. With the focus and publicity of the topic at the time, why classify THIS one, wait so long to release it, and so-heavily sanitize the document? Read the document for yourself:


Document Number (FOIA) /ESDN (CREST):
PDF icon CIA-RDP79B00752A000300070001-8.pdf [3]    2.19 MB
Declassified in Part - Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2013/06/24:

Best Astronomy Photos in the Local Universe :

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Tim Cook: The Courageous Censor

Irish YouTuber Dave Cullen from Computing Forever weighs in on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s acceptance speech for the Anti-Defamation League’s Courage Against Hate Award, where Apple was praised for being the first company to de-platform Alex Jones.

Cook’s acceptance speech was fraught with fraudulent claims, suggesting that Jones is a hateful white supremacist who incites violence, which is untrue.

The incoherence between Cook’s “meritorious” de-platforming activities and the “courageous” name of the award caused me to wonder what was causing Cook, CEO of the world’s largest corporation by market capitalization to snivel and suck up so hard to the ADL?

I learned that online censorship is a growth industry. It’s a form of disaster capitalism. A calamity has been declared, in order to pave the way for an all-encompassing censorship infrastructure, with ADL at the helm.

ADL’s Silicon Valley Anti-Cyberhate Working Group includes representatives from all the tech giants. ADL is the main contractor in YouTube’s Trusted Flagger program and ADL’s hate specs are programmed into Google-YouTube’s machine learning censor bots.

Tim Cook’s message here is indistinguishable from the stated goal of the ADL, which is to ruin a person or business if they don’t follow ADL’s agenda down to the letter. The question of course becomes who is the ADL?

Dr. John Coleman mentioned ADL several times in his 1991 book, The Conspirator’s Hierarchy: The Committee of 300 and you may be surprised by what he said:

“The Anti-Defamation League is an outright British intelligence operation run by all three branches of British intelligence, that is, MI6 and the JIO…Let nobody underestimate the power of the ADL, nor its long reach…The ADL has an open door to the State Department and makes good use of State’s impressive intelligence agency…

“The ADL is a British intelligence operation founded in the US by MI6 and run by Saul Steinberg and Eric Trist of Tavistock. Saul Steinberg is the US representative and business partner of the Jacob de Rothschild family of London…[ADL is] a joint FBI-British intelligence operation designed to single out right wing groups and their leaders and put them out of business before they grow too large and too influential.”
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clif high – Major Anouncement, Changes on the Earth Like You’ve Never Seen

Mind Control & PsyOps, Robots, Too Forbidden, Transhumanism/Futurism, UFOs/Interdimensional/Breakaway Civilization

There is so much mind-blowing original content coming out on YouTube lately, it was hard to choose one that best represents the zeitgeist of the day but I settled on this very odd broadcast by the Leak Project with Clif High, in which the latter speaks in a kind of code in order to ward of the censorbots of Google-YouTube, referring to this episode as a “LARP” (live-action role playing).

Clif says that a million people are being abducted by aliens around the world every year, mostly outside the US and that beneath the political theatrics, the US, Russians and Chinese are working together to manage what they perceive to be a threat. He believes that something akin to what happened when Neanderthals were replaced by Homo sapiens is under way right now, where we are being replaced.

Clif says, “I’m also quite convinced that some odd things are involved in our war against the aliens. One of these odd things is the 5G network. So, 5G is gonna roll out all around the planet. It’s gonna roll out and there isn’t anything any human can do because we need that 5g as a very large – at least in the minds of the military – strategic weapon against the space aliens.”

Clif then explains that the millimeter wave band used in 5th generation (5G) communications technology was originally used in scanning near-field microscopes, whose resolution he says is perfect for examining DNA. The TSA scanners at the airport also use the millimeter band in their scanners. Clif suggests that the military has people trained to use these millimeter scanners to detect the DNA of hybridized humans.

There is so much mind-blowing original content coming out on YouTube lately, it was hard to choose one that best represents the zeitgeist of the day but I settled on this very odd broadcast by the Leak Project with Clif High, in which the latter speaks in a kind of code in order to ward of the censorbots of Google-YouTube, referring to this episode as a “LARP” (live-action role playing).

Clif says that a million people are being abducted by aliens around the world every year, mostly outside the US and that beneath the political theatrics, the US, Russians and Chinese are working together to manage what they perceive to be a threat. He believes that something akin to what happened when Neanderthals were replaced by Homo sapiens is under way right now, where we are being replaced.

Clif says, “I’m also quite convinced that some odd things are involved in our war against the aliens. One of these odd things is the 5G network. So, 5G is gonna roll out all around the planet. It’s gonna roll out and there isn’t anything any human can do because we need that 5g as a very large – at least in the minds of the military – strategic weapon against the space aliens.”

Clif then explains that the millimeter wave band used in 5th generation (5G) communications technology was originally used in scanning near-field microscopes, whose resolution he says is perfect for examining DNA. The TSA scanners at the airport also use the millimeter band in their scanners. Clif suggests that the military has people trained to use these millimeter scanners to detect the DNA of hybridized humans.

It gets weirder. He says, “Right now, there’s something going on that seems to suggest the USA government might be captive by the aliens and the Chinese and the Russians don’t like this…

Clif explains that mind control is the primary weapon of the invaders. “Space aliens can control our minds they can actually control the neural pathways in our brains and they can do so, such that they could eliminate me from your vision I could be sitting there I could be coughing and hacking and they decide what you will hear and see of my presence and they can do this relatively easily…they are able to control our brains through their inbuilt telepathic abilities…

“The 5G Network…could be used, in my opinion to disrupt the ability of the hybrids to control human thought…so it may be that in order to have a free mind in the future…we have to live in 5G envelopes, in order to be relatively free from being screwed with by the space aliens, as they proceed with their evil plan to conquer Earth.”

Clif goes on to share numerous anecdotes from his experience and those privately shared with him from people all over the world.

7 November 2017
Old human cells rejuvenated in breakthrough discovery on ageing

A new way to rejuvenate old cells in the laboratory, making them not only look younger, but start to behave more like young cells, has been discovered by researchers at the Universities of Exeter and Brighton.

A  team led Professor Lorna Harries, Professor of Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter, has discovered a new way to rejuvenate inactive senescent cells. Within hours of treatment the older cells started to divide, and had longer telomeres - the 'caps' on the chromosomes which shorten as we age.

This discovery, funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust, builds on earlier findings from the Exeter group that showed that a class of genes called splicing factors are progressively switched off as we age. The University of Exeter research team, working with Professor Richard Faragher and Dr Elizabeth Ostler from the University of Brighton, found that splicing factors can be switched back on with chemicals, making senescent cells not only look physically younger, but start to behave more like young cells and start dividing.

The researchers applied compounds called reversatrol analogues, chemicals based on a substance naturally found in red wine, dark chocolate, red grapes and blueberries, to cells in culture.  The chemicals caused splicing factors, which are progressively switched off as we age to be switched back on.  Within hours, the cells looked younger and started to rejuvenate, behaving like young cells and dividing.

The research  Small molecule modulation of splicing factor expression is associated with rescue from cellular senescence, is published in the journal, BMC Cell Biology,


The discovery has the potential to lead to therapies which could help people age better, without experiencing some of the degenerative effects of getting old. Most people by the age of 85 have experienced some kind of chronic illness, and as people get older they are more prone to stroke, heart disease and cancer.

Professor Harries said:  “This is a first step in trying to make people live normal lifespans, but with health for their entire life. Our data suggests that using chemicals to switch back on the major class of genes that are switched off as we age might provide a means to restore function to old cells.”

Dr Eva Latorre, Research Associate at the University of Exeter, who carried out the experiments was surprised by the extent and rapidity of the changes in the cells.

“When I saw some of the cells in the culture dish rejuvenating I couldn’t believe it. These old cells were looking like young cells. It was like magic,” she said. “I repeated the experiments several times and in each case the cells rejuvenated. I am very excited by the implications and potential for this research.”

As we age, our tissues accumulate senescent cells which are alive but do not grow or function as they should. These old cells lose the ability to correctly regulate the output of their genes. This is one reason why tissues and organs become susceptible to disease as we age. When activated, genes make a message that gives the instructions for the cell to behave in a certain way. Most genes can make more than one message, which determines how the cell acts.

Splicing factors are crucial in ensuring that genes can perform their full range of functions. One gene can send out several messages to the body to perform a function – such as the decision whether or not to grow new blood vessels – and the splicing factors make the decision about which message to make. As people age, the splicing factors tend to work less efficiently or not at all, restricting the ability of cells to respond to challenges in their environment. Senescent cells, which can be found in most organs from older people, also have fewer splicing factors.

 Professor Harries added: “This demonstrates that when you treat old cells with molecules that restore the levels of the splicing factors, the cells regain some features of youth.  They are able to grow, and their telomeres - the caps on the ends of the chromosomes that shorten as we age -  are now longer, as they are in young cells. Far more research is needed now to establish the true potential for these sort of approaches to address the degenerative effects of ageing. ”

Professor Richard Faragher of the University of Brighton, will today argue for more research into the degenerative effects of ageing in a debate into whether science should be used to extend people’s lifespans.

“At a time when our capacity to translate new knowledge about the mechanisms of ageing into medicines and lifestyle advice is limited only by a chronic shortage of funds, older people are ill-served by self-indulgent science fiction.  They need practical action to restore their health and they need it yesterday,” he said.

Professor Faragher added:  “Our discovery of cell rejuvenation using these simple compounds shows the enormous potential of ageing research to improve the lives of older people”


Small molecule modulation of splicing factor expression is associated with rescue from cellular senescence
Eva Latorre, et al.

Altered expression of mRNA splicing factors occurs with ageing in vivo and is thought to be an ageing mechanism. The accumulation of senescent cells also occurs in vivo with advancing age and causes much degenerative age-related pathology. However, the relationship between these two processes is opaque. Accordingly we developed a novel panel of small molecules based on resveratrol, previously suggested to alter mRNA splicing, to determine whether altered splicing factor expression had potential to influence features of replicative senescence.

Treatment with resveralogues was associated with altered splicing factor expression and rescue of multiple features of senescence. This rescue was independent of cell cycle traverse and also independent of SIRT1, SASP modulation or senolysis. Under growth permissive conditions, cells demonstrating restored splicing factor expression also demonstrated increased telomere length, re-entered cell cycle and resumed proliferation. These phenomena were also influenced by ERK antagonists and agonists.

This is the first demonstration that moderation of splicing factor levels is associated with reversal of cellular senescence in human primary fibroblasts. Small molecule modulators of such targets may therefore represent promising novel anti-degenerative therapies.


Towards Earlier Diagnosis of Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSEs): A Case Series, Including One Associated with Squirrel Brain Consumption

Background: TSEs present diagnostic and infection control (IC) challenges. Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) is the most common human TSE, occurring in 1-2/million/year in the US, but other zoonotic factors or transmissions remain incompletely understood. Prompted by the occurrence of 4 suspected cases from 11/2017-04/2018, we present a case series of suspected CJD to illustrate its variable presentation and the need for more rapid identification for implementation of disease-specific disinfection, sterilization, and quarantine measures.

Conclusion: Protean in presentation, the diagnosis of CJD can be delayed. Variant CJD and emerging zoonotic TSEs should be considered in differential diagnoses and IC measures. Improved empiric classification algorithms and tests with faster turnaround times are needed.


Scientists Gave MDMA to Octopuses—and What Happened Was Profound

...Given how different we are, Gül Dölen and her colleague Eric Edsinger wondered whether the chemistry behind human social behaviors—the system controlling the serotonin molecule—also existed in the solitary, asocial octopus. They began by analyzing the octopus genome, and found that octopuses, too, have genes that seem to code for serotonin transporters, proteins responsible for moving serotonin molecules into brain cells. Serotonin is the molecule generally considered to be responsible for feeling good. When humans take MDMA, it binds to serotonin transporter proteins and changes the way serotonin travels between brain cells, likely producing the warm and fuzzy high and perhaps the increased extraversion that the drug is known for.

The fun began when the researchers gave MDMA to seven Octopus bimaculoides octopuses inside laboratory tanks. They hoped to test whether the animals behaved more socially after receiving a dose of MDMA—a sign that the drug bound to their serotonin transporters.

After hanging out in a bath containing ecstasy, the animals moved to a chamber with three rooms to pick from: a central room, one containing a male octopus and another containing a toy. This is a setup frequently used in mice studies. Before MDMA, the octopuses avoided the male octopus. But after the MDMA bath, they spent more time with the other octopus, according to the study published in Current Biology. They also touched the other octopus in what seemed to be an exploratory, rather than aggressive, manner.

The scientists took this to mean that despite our vastly different brains, social behavior is built into the very molecules coded by our DNA, Dölen explained.

“An octopus doesn’t have a cortex, and doesn’t have a reward circuit,” Dölen, assistant professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University, told Gizmodo. “And yet it’s able to respond to MDMA and produce the same effects, in an animal with a totally different brain organization. To me, that means we really need to appreciate that the business end of these things is at the level of the molecule.”


A Conserved Role for Serotonergic Neurotransmission in Mediating Social Behavior in Octopus
Eric Edsinger /  Gül Dölen

Phylogenetic analysis revealed clear octopus orthologs of human SLC6A4
SLC6A4 protein alignment revealed conservation of the MDMA binding site in octopuses
A novel assay was developed for quantification of octopus social behaviorsBehavioral analysis revealed conservation of prosocial function of MDMA in octopuses

Method of destroying cells via resonant destruction of intracellular structures
Inventor(s):     DREWES WILLIAM

A method of destroying cells selected for destruction within a host body with little to no collateral damage to healthy surrounding tissue utilizes energy to effect resonant destruction of intracellular components within the cells selected for destruction.

...There has been proposed a method for destroying selected cells without damage to nonselected cells through the application of ultrasonic energy which relies on the principal of resonance of the target cells for the target cell's destruction. U.S. Pat. No. 4,315,514 teaches the selective destruction of cells by first determining the resonant frequency of the cell as a whole to be destroyed, followed by the application of ultrasonic energy at sufficient levels to cause the entire cell to resonate at its resonant frequency with sufficient energy to ensure destruction of the target cell. Such a technique bears the inherent disadvantage of a lack of assurance of destruction of all selected cells. Specifically, a selected cell's resonant frequency is determined by taking a biopsy of the selected cells, and bombarding them with ultrasonic energy over a frequency range of 0.1 megahertz (MHz) to 4 MHz. The biopsy is interferometrically monitored for motion. The resonant frequency of the cells is determined to be that frequency which causes the greatest degree of movement in the biopsy of cells. However, since the resonant frequency of cells within a selected cell type to be destroyed can vary depending, for example, on its location within surrounding tissue, the location of the nucleus within the cell, or the location of other intracellular components within the cell, the determination of a resonant frequency which causes the greatest movement in the biopsy does not necessarily ensure that the resonant frequency of all of the cancerous cells to be destroyed will be identified....

n the present invention intracellular components are impacted with ultrasonic energy so as to lead them to destructive resonance. Intracellular components of a particular cell type will show little to no substantive variance from cell to cell, making the likelihood of destruction of all selected cells greater at a selected resonant frequency than in the case of resonating the entire cell, due to the above-noted propensity for resonant frequencies to vary on a cell to cell basis. A further advantage of the present invention is that the likelihood of achieving a 25% difference in resonant frequency between an intracellular component of a cancerous cell to be destroyed and a healthy cell is likely, since the structural differences in intracellular components between cancerous cells and normal cells are more profound than the structural difference between the cells as a whole. As demonstrated above in connection with the transmissibility equation, a variance of 25% from the resonant frequency results in a 300% reduction in conversion of energy from the source to the object being impacted with ultrasonic energy. Thus, when a resonant frequency of an abnormal cell's intracellular component(s) can be found at which the transmissibility of the abnormal cell's intracellular component(s) is sufficiently higher than the transmissibility of the surrounding healthy tissue cell's intracellular component(s), the abnormal cell's intracellular components can be caused to resonate at a frequency with sufficient intensity to destroy them, while the healthy cells, exhibiting a low transmissibility at that same frequency, will not be damaged...

A technique for determining a resonant frequency of an intracellular structure comprises mounting a sensitive ultrasonic pickup in the fluid medium of the cell suspension. Ultrasonic energy from an energy source is then focused on the cells in suspension. The ultrasonic pick up is used to determine the amplitude of the ultrasonic energy within the fluid medium. The amplitude of the ultrasonic energy in the fluid medium can then be compared to the amplitude of the energy outputted by the source. Energy from the source will be attenuated prior to detection at the ultrasonic pickup. However, at the resonant frequencies of the intracellular structures, the attenuation will be greater, because at these frequencies the amount of energy absorbed by intracellular components will be greatest. In this way, the various resonant frequencies of an intracellular structure can be determined by identifying those frequencies at which the amplitude ratio of the source signal to the detected signal is the greatest. Generally, the frequency which exhibits the largest amplitude difference is the frequency with the highest transmissibility, and is likely, although not necessarily, the most desirable destructive frequency. 

Another technique for determining a resonant frequency of an intracellular component utilizes an energy source with a controller which maintains the amplitude detected at the ultrasonic pickup at a constant value. A feedback sensor, operatively connected to the controller, is provided between the ultrasonic pickup and the energy source. The energy source is modulated to maintain a constant amplitude signal at the ultrasonic pickup. It will be apparent that when the energy absorbed by the cell suspension is high, the power required by the energy source to maintain a constant amplitude at the pick up will be correspondingly high. As described above, at the resonant frequencies of the intracellular components, the energy absorbed by the cell suspension will be greater than at other frequencies. Consequently, the resonant frequencies of the intracellular components can be determined by monitoring the power consumed by the energy source, i.e. the highest power consumption will occur at the resonant frequencies of the intracellular components. For example, a surge in power consumption by the energy source at a frequency fn will indicate that fn is a resonant frequency of the intracellular component...


The Real Reason Women Can’t Orgasm During Sex: Circumcision
 by Sara


 A Woman's Sexual Pleasure is Dramatically Decreased during intercourse when the man's penis has been surgically altered by circumcision
New book presents irrefutable evidence: penis Circumcision Harms Adult Sexuality and  women are profoundly harmed as well as men..


Walmart, Sears, Amazon, Ebay et al sell Do-It-Yourself Circumcision Torture Devices
by Rich Winkel

Circumcise Yourself !


NEW Factory-Sealed Plastibell Infant Circumcision Device 1.2cm

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9/11 Facts Collection

Events of September 11, 2001 – Evidence-Based Facts
A Summary of the Most Credible Facts

Focusing on Academic and Scientific Research

Many Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals
The 9/11 event and its associated ‘war on terror’ are still used
to justify western foreign policy and domestic law changes to this day

Lawyers Committee For 9 11 Inquiry Transparency and AccountabilityLATEST: On  April 10, 2018 the Lawyers Committee for 9/11 Inquiry submitted a legal petition to the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York for a Grand Jury to examine the evidence for the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings on 9/11.

The 52-page petition, accompanied by 57 exhibits of evidence, states “The Lawyers’ Committee has reviewed the relevant available evidence . . . and has reached a consensus that there is not just substantial or persuasive evidence of yet-to-be-prosecuted crimes related to the use of pre-planted explosives and/or incendiaries to destroy WTC1, WTC2 and WTC7 in New York City on 9/11, but there is actually conclusive evidence that such federal crimes were committed... The Lawyers' Committee states unequivocally that the evidence permits no other conclusion - as a matter of science, as a matter of  logic, and as a matter of law."

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Could eating DIRT be the cure for obesity? A spoonful of soil may flush fat out of the body, study finds

    'Eat dirt' its not a new phrase or phenomenon
    Throughout history, people - especially pregnant women and children - have consumed soil
    Anthropologists have found people tend to do it when their stomachs are upset
    Celebrities like Shailene Woodley and Elle Mcpherson have tried clay cleanses
    One clay eaten in the South is also used as an anti-diarrheal
    University of South Australia scientists accidentally found that one kind of clay binds to fat and carries it out of the body better than a weight-loss drug
    They believe dirt might be the key to fighting the obesity epidemic

By Natalie Rahhal

Eating a side of a certain kind of dirt with your dinner might help to prevent obesity by flushing fat out of your system, new research suggests.  

Australian researchers found that obese rats that ate a certain kind of clay shed more pounds than those that were given a weight-loss drug, a new study reveals.

'Go eat dirt' is not a new phrase - or phenomenon.

There are records of ancient Greeks who looked at the ground beneath their feet and decided, 'that looks like a snack.'

And celebrities like Shailene Woodley and Elle Macphereson have brought this unlikely nutrition trend back from ancient times, eating clay for detoxes.

In an unusual turn of events, the new scientific research suggests they might be onto something: an unlikely way to fight obesity.

For the most part radical diets and cleanses are as crazy as they seem: cabbage cleanses, soy sauce detoxes and turpentine 'treatments' are all dangerous and can even turn deadly.

But supplementing your diet with dirt, of all things, might actually be beneficial.

Throughout history and certain cultures, people have indulged the rather strange urge to eat dirt.

The practice - called geophagy - is most common among pregnant women and, of course, children.

Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physician, described pregnant women consuming soil, and suggested that their children would follow suit.

And the practice has been reported on every continent in the world.

Many cultures - including the majority of the US - file it under disordered eating of non-food things, known as Pica.

However, in the South, it's a common practice and in 2015, was the subject of the 2015 documentary Eat White Dirt which explores Southerners' love for chewing on kaolin, a kind of white clay formed from mineral deposits.

Kaolin is actually found in the drug Kaopectate, an anti-diarrheal.

And anthropological research suggests this is exactly why humans have been drawn to dirt. Throughout history, people seem to have taken up eating soil when there stomachs have been in distress.

But, quite by accident, the University of South Australia researchers found that a different dirt might do much more than quell upset stomachs.

Tahnee Dening, a PhD candidate, was trying to find compounds that could improve the way the body absorbs antipsychotic pills.

'I noticed that the clay particles weren't behaving as I'd expected,' she said.

'Instead of breaking down to release drugs, the clay materials were attracting fat droplets and literally soaking them up. Not only were the clay materials trapping the fats within their particle structure, but they were also preventing them from being absorbed by the body, ensuring that fat simply passed through the digestive system.

'It's this unique behavior that immediately signaled we could be onto something significant - potentially a cure for obesity.'

It's also not clear if bentonite clay that has gained popularity with celebrities or the kaolin consumed in the South have similar properties.

Dening and her fellow researchers tested their theory out by feeding a group of rats high-fat diets plus one of three supplements: the weight-loss drug, orlistat, a clay called montmorillonite or a placebo.

The mice eating the clay supplement gained the least weight, suggesting that eatind dirt was better at flushing fat from their systems than the FDA-approved drug was.

Our processed clay has an unusually high surface area which means it has a huge capacity to interact with and soak up digested fats and oils present in the foods we eat,' said Dening.

Orlistat, on the other hand, blocks the body from digesting fat in the first place.

So, next, she wants to try the two in combination.

'We're essentially attacking fat digestion and absorption in two different ways and we hope this will lead to greater weight loss with fewer side effects.'

Previous research on geophagy hasn't found any significant health risks to eating it in moderation - though too much could cause constipation.

Experts have long approached diet pills with apprehension, however, fearing that the risks outweigh the benefits.

A safer alternative to supplement improved diets and exercise to fight obesity could be a blockbuster drug - and the University of South Australia researchers know it.

'With a finding like this, people will naturally be keen to find out when they can try it. Given that the material is generally considered safe and is widely used in food and nutraceutical products, it is feasible that human clinical trials could start reasonably soon,' said Dening's supervisor, Dr Clive Prestige.

'Watch this space.'



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DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-07396-3
Study unlocks full potential of 'supermaterial' graphene

New research reveals why the "supermaterial" graphene has not transformed electronics as promised, and shows how to double its performance and finally harness its extraordinary potential.

Graphene is the strongest material ever tested. It's also flexible, transparent and conducts heat and electricity 10 times better than copper.

After graphene research won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2010 it was hailed as a transformative material for flexible electronics, more powerful computer chips and solar panels, water filters and bio-sensors. But performance has been mixed and industry adoption slow.

Now a study published in Nature Communications identifies silicon contamination as the root cause of disappointing results and details how to produce higher performing, pure graphene.

The RMIT University team led by Dr. Dorna Esrafilzadeh and Dr. Rouhollah Ali Jalili inspected commercially-available graphene samples, atom by atom, with a state-of-art scanning transition electron microscope.

"We found high levels of silicon contamination in commercially available graphene, with massive impacts on the material's performance," Esrafilzadeh said.

Testing showed that silicon present in natural graphite, the raw material used to make graphene, was not being fully removed when processed.

"We believe this contamination is at the heart of many seemingly inconsistent reports on the properties of graphene and perhaps many other atomically thin two-dimensional (2-D) materials ," Esrafilzadeh said.

"Graphene was billed as being transformative, but has so far failed to make a significant commercial impact, as have some similar 2-D nanomaterials. Now we know why it has not been performing as promised, and what needs to be done to harness its full potential."

The testing not only identified these impurities but also demonstrated the major influence they have on performance, with contaminated material performing up to 50% worse when tested as electrodes.

"This level of inconsistency may have stymied the emergence of major industry applications for graphene-based systems. But it's also preventing the development of regulatory frameworks governing the implementation of such layered nanomaterials, which are destined to become the backbone of next-generation devices," she said.

The two-dimensional property of graphene sheeting, which is only one atom thick, makes it ideal for electricity storage and new sensor technologies that rely on high surface area.

This study reveals how that 2-D property is also graphene's Achilles' heel, by making it so vulnerable to surface contamination, and underscores how important high purity graphite is for the production of more pure graphene.

Using pure graphene, researchers demonstrated how the material performed extraordinarily well when used to build a supercapacitator, a kind of super battery.

When tested, the device's capacity to hold electrical charge was massive. In fact, it was the biggest capacity so far recorded for graphene and within sight of the material's predicted theoretical capacity.

In collaboration with RMIT's Centre for Advanced Materials and Industrial Chemistry, the team then used pure graphene to build a versatile humidity sensor with the highest sensitivity and the lowest limit of detection ever reported.

These findings constitute a vital milestone for the complete understanding of atomically thin two-dimensional materials and their successful integration within high performance commercial devices.

"We hope this research will help to unlock the exciting potential of these materials."


Solution for next generation nanochips comes out of thin air

by M. Quinn

The secret ingredient for the next generation of more powerful electronics could be air, according to new research.

Researchers at RMIT University have engineered a new type of transistor, the building block for all electronics. Instead of sending electrical currents through silicon, these transistors send electrons through narrow air gaps, where they can travel unimpeded as if in space.

The device unveiled in material sciences journal Nano Letters, eliminates the use of any semiconductor at all, making it faster and less prone to heating up.

Lead author and PhD candidate in RMIT’s Functional Materials and Microsystems Research Group, Ms Shruti Nirantar, said this promising proof-of-concept design for nanochips as a combination of metal and air gapscould revolutionise electronics.

“Every computer and phone has millions to billions of electronic transistors made from silicon, but this technology is reaching its physical limits where the silicon atoms get in the way of the current flow, limiting speed and causing heat,” Nirantar said.

“Our air channel transistor technology has the current flowing through air, so there are no collisions to slow it down and no resistance in the material to produce heat.”

Moore's law

The power of computer chips - or number of transistors squeezed onto a silicon chip - has increased on a predictable path for decades, roughly doubling every two years. But this rate of progress, known as Moore’s Law, has slowed in recent years as engineers struggle to make transistor parts, which are already smaller than the tiniest viruses, smaller still.

Nirantar says their research is a promising way forward for nano electronics in response to the limitation of silicon-based electronics.

“This technology simply takes a different pathway to the miniaturisation of a transistor in an effort to uphold Moore’s Law for several more decades,” Shruti said.

A new way forward

Research team leader Associate Professor Sharath Sriram said the design solved a major flaw in traditional solid channel transistors – they are packed with atoms - which meant electrons passing through them collided, slowed down and wasted energy as heat.

“Imagine walking on a densely crowded street in an effort to get from point A to B. The crowd slows your progress and drains your energy,” Sriram said.

“Travelling in a vacuum on the other hand is like an empty highway where you can drive faster with higher energy efficiency.”

But while this concept is obvious, vacuum packaging solutions around transistors to make them faster would also make them much bigger, so are not viable.

“We address this by creating a nanoscale gap between two metal points. The gap is only a few tens of nanometers, or 50,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair, but it’s enough to fool electrons into thinking that they are travelling through a vacuum and re-create a virtual outer-space for electrons within the nanoscale air gap,” he said.

The nanoscale device is designed to be compatible with modern industry fabrication and development processes. It also has applications in space – both as electronics resistant to radiation and to use electron emission for steering and positioning ‘nano-satellites’.

“This is a step towards an exciting technology which aims to create something out of nothing to significantly increase speed of electronics and maintain pace of rapid technological progress,” Sriram said.

This work was undertaken at RMIT University’s cutting-edge Micro Nano Research Facility and with support of the Victorian node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility.


It’s not a shock: Better bandage promotes powerful healing
November 29, 2018 By Sam Million-Weaver

A new, low-cost wound dressing developed by University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers could dramatically speed up healing in a surprising way.

The method leverages energy generated from a patient’s own body motions to apply gentle electrical pulses at the site of an injury.

In rodent tests, the dressings reduced healing times to a mere three days compared to nearly two weeks for the normal healing process.

“We were surprised to see such a fast recovery rate,” says Xudong Wang, a professor of materials science and engineering at UW–Madison. “We suspected that the devices would produce some effect, but the magnitude was much more than we expected.”

Wang and collaborators described their wound dressing method today (Nov. 29, 2018) in the journal ACS Nano.

Researchers have known for several decades that electricity can be beneficial for skin healing, but most electrotherapy units in use today require bulky electrical equipment and complicated wiring to deliver powerful jolts of electricity.

“Acute and chronic wounds represent a substantial burden in healthcare worldwide,” says collaborator Angela Gibson, professor of surgery at UW–Madison and a burn surgeon and director of wound healing services at UW Health. “The use of electrical stimulation in wound healing is uncommon.”

In contrast with existing methods, the new dressing is much more straightforward.

“Our device is as convenient as a bandage you put on your skin,” says Wang.

The new dressings consist of small electrodes for the injury site that are linked to a band holding energy-harvesting units called nanogenerators, which are looped around a wearer’s torso. The natural expansion and contraction of the wearer’s ribcage during breathing powers the nanogenerators, which deliver low-intensity electric pulses.

“The nature of these electrical pulses is similar to the way the body generates an internal electric field,” says Wang.

And, those low-power pulses won’t harm healthy tissue like traditional, high-power electrotherapy devices might.

In fact, the researchers showed that exposing cells to high-energy electrical pulses caused them to produce almost five times more reactive oxygen species — major risk factors for cancer and cellular aging — than did cells that were exposed to the nanogenerators.

Also a boon to healing: They determined that the low-power pulses boosted viability for a type of skin cell called fibroblasts, and exposure to the nanogenerator’s pulses encouraged fibroblasts to line up (a crucial step in wound healing) and produce more biochemical substances that promote tissue growth.

“These findings are very exciting,” says collaborator Weibo Cai, a professor of radiology at UW–Madison. “The detailed mechanisms will still need to be elucidated in future work.”

In that vein, the researchers aim to tease out precisely how the gentle pulses aid in healing. The scientists also plan to test the devices on pig skin, which closely mimics human tissue.

And, they are working to give the nanogenerators additional capabilities—tweaking their structure to allow for energy harvesting from small imperceptible twitches in the skin or the thrumming pulse of a heartbeat.

“The impressive results in this study represent an exciting new spin on electrical stimulation for many different wound types, given the simplicity of the design,” says Gibson, who will collaborate with the team to confirm the reproducibility of these results in human skin models.

If the team is successful, the devices could help solve a major challenge for modern medicine.

“We think our nanogenerator could be the most effective electrical stimulation approach for many therapeutic purposes,” says Wang.

And because the nanogenerators consist of relatively common materials, price won’t be an issue.

“I don’t think the cost will be much more than a regular bandage,” says Wang. “The device in itself is very simple and convenient to fabricate.”

This research was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health (R01EB021336 and P30CA014520).

DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.8b07038

Effective Wound Healing Enabled by Discrete Alternative Electric Fields from Wearable Nanogenerators
Yin Long, et al.

 Skin wound healing is a major health care issue. While electric stimulations have been known for decades to be effective for facilitating skin wound recovery, practical applications are still largely limited by the clumsy electrical systems. Here, we report an efficient electrical bandage for accelerated skin wound healing. On the bandage, an alternating discrete electric field is generated by a wearable nanogenerator by converting mechanical displacement from skin movements into electricity. Rat studies demonstrated rapid closure of a full-thickness rectangular skin wound within 3 days as compared to 12 days of usual contraction-based healing processes in rodents. From in vitro studies, the accelerated skin wound healing was attributed to electric field-facilitated fibroblast migration, proliferation, and transdifferentiation. This self-powered electric-dressing modality could lead to a facile therapeutic strategy for nonhealing skin wound treatment.

Nonhealing skin wounds, such as diabetic foot ulcers, venous-related ulcerations, and nonhealing surgical wounds affect more than 6.5 million people in the United States and result in enormous health care expenditures, with the total cost estimated at more than $25 billion per year.(1−4) In addition, slow- or nonhealing skin wounds are morbid conditions that can result in long-term physical and mental suffering due to the protracted treatment courses often required by chronic wounds. The principal goal in skin wound management is to achieve rapid wound closure. Treating skin wounds has been dated to the very early stage of human civilization, e.g., by making plasters and bandaging the wounds.(5) Owing to the large advancements of modern biomedicine and medical technology, the last several decades have seen the evolution of a number of more effective treatment strategies, including invasive methods such as wound debridement(6) and noninvasive techniques such as compression bandaging,(7) wound dressing,(8,9) hyperbaric oxygen therapy,(10) negative pressure therapy,(11) ultrasound,(12) and electrical stimulation.(13,14) Most of these methods are passive treatments and rarely participate in controlling endogenous cell behaviors. Currently, advanced growth factors-mediated therapy emerged as an effective approach for regenerative skin wound healing, which still faces the challenges of rapid degradation and loss of bioactivity.(15,16) Electrical stimulation (ES) for wound healing is an attractive adjunct to wound care. It imitates the natural wound-healing mechanism of the endogenous electric field to facilitate skin growth. It has the potential to treat many different types of acute and chronic skin wounds with minimal adverse effects and good simplicity to apply.

The therapeutic effects of ES for wound healing were first observed in the late 20th century.(17,18) It is believed that an electric field is essential for directing many cellular processes that lead to orderly healing naturally.(19,20) As summarized in the literature,(21) ES can decrease edema around the electrode; lyse or liquify necrotic tissue; stimulate growth of granulation tissue; increase blood flow; cause fibroblasts to proliferate and make collagen; induce epidermal cell migration; attract neutrophils; stimulate neurite growth directionally; promote epithelial growth and organization; decrease mast cells in healing wounds; attract macrophages; and stimulate receptor sites to accept certain growth factors. Although the influence from an electric field can be significant, clinical applications of electrical stimulation for wound healing typically involves large-sized extracorporeal devices to provide appropriate electrical fields and may require patient hospitalization.

The recent innovation of nanogenerator (NG) technology opened a route for generating periodic biphasic electric pulses by locally converting mechanical displacements, such as body or muscle motions.(22−27) This exceptional capability makes NG a candidate for producing electrical stimulations that is self-sustainable and biologically responsive. Besides, NGs could be made flexible with reasonably high output power density and energy conversion efficiency. Their multiple energy conversion mechanisms, including both piezoelectric and triboelectric effects, allow a wide selection of materials and multiple designs principles. Furthermore, typical NGs have been proved fairly stable against environmental conditions like temperature(28) and humidity(29,30) within the range of normal biological systems. Therefore, NG may bring opportunities for electrical stimulation-based medical treatments. In this work, we report a significantly accelerated skin wound recovery under the influence of small electrical pulses produced by a wearable NG device. The wound-healing time on rat’s dorsal skin was reduced from 12 days to less than 3 days by this treatment, which was superior to most other reported wound recovery strategies. The outstanding effectiveness of the self-activated electrotherapy was attributed to electric field-facilitated fibroblast migration, proliferation, and transdifferentiation...
In summary, we demonstrated a highly efficient wound recovery strategy based on a wearable NG device. The device can locally convert the kinetic energy generated from a rat breathing into a discrete AC voltage signal and apply the electric field directly on the wound to enhance skin regeneration. Animal studies demonstrated a rapid closure of full-thickness rectangular skin wound within 3 days as compared to 12 days of normal healing process. In vitro data showed that the therapeutic effects were attributed to the electric field which promotes fibroblast migration, proliferation, and transdifferentiation. Moreover, the NG-based bandage produced a safe and very low-level electricity over the wounds, which is favorable for lowering the level of discomfort or pain. This self-stimulated electrotherapy for wound healing could have an impact on other related diseases (e.g., Raynaud’s disease) and may resolve cosmetic concerns, such as chickenpox scars, acne, keloid scarring, or rosacea. Better understanding and optimization of this physical treatment strategy will impact multidisciplinary research directions including surgical, biochemical, and translational sciences and eventually bring an effective therapeutic strategy to chronic disease treatment...

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Can Banks Individually Create Money Out of Nothing? – The Theories and the Empirical Evidence

Richard A. Werner
University of Southampton

This paper presents the first empirical evidence in the history of banking on the question whether banks can create money out of nothing. The banking crisis has revived interest in this issue, but it remains unsettled. Three hypotheses are recognised in the literature. According to the financial intermediation theory of banking, banks are merely intermediaries like other non-bank financial institutions, collecting deposits that are then lent out. According to the fractional reserve theory of banking, individual banks are mere financial intermediaries that cannot create money, but collectively they end up creating money through systemic interaction. A third theory maintains that each individual bank has the power to create money ‘out of nothing’ and does so when it extends credit (the credit creation theory of banking). The question which of the hypotheses is correct has far-reaching implications for research and policy. Surprisingly, despite the longstanding controversy, until now no empirical study has attempted to do so. This is the contribution of the present paper. An empirical test is conducted, whereby money is borrowed from a cooperating bank, while its internal records are being monitored, to establish whether in the process of making the loan available to the borrower, the bank transfers these funds from other accounts within or outside the bank, or whether they are newly created. This study establishes for the first time empirically that banks individually create money out of nothing. The money supply is created as ‘fairy dust’ produced by the banks individually, out of thin air.


How do banks create money, and why can other firms not do the same? An explanation for the coexistence of lending and deposit-taking

Thanks to the recent banking crises interest has grown in banks and how they operate. In the past, the empirical and institutional market micro-structure of the operation of banks had not been a primary focus for investigations by researchers, which is why they are not well covered in the literature. One neglected detail is the banks' function as the creators and allocators of about 97% of the money supply (. Werner, 1997, 2005), which has recently attracted attention (. Bank of England, 2014a,b; Werner, 2014b,c). It is the purpose of this paper to investigate precisely how banks create money, and why or whether companies cannot do the same. Since the implementation of banking operations takes place within a corporate accounting framework, this paper is based upon a comparative accounting analysis perspective. By breaking the accounting treatment of lending into two steps, the difference in the accounting operation by bank and non-bank corporations can be isolated. As a result, it can be established precisely why banks are different and what it is that makes them different: They are exempted from the Client Money Rules and thus, unlike other firms, do not have to segregate client money. This enables banks to classify their accounts payable liabilities arising from bank loan contracts as a different type of liability called 'customer deposits'. The finding is important for many reasons, including for modelling the banking sector accurately in economic models, bank regulation and also for monetary reform proposals that aim at taking away the privilege of money creation from banks. The paper thus adds to the growing literature on the institutional details and market micro-structure of our financial and monetary system, and in particular offers a new contribution to the literature on 'what makes banks different', from an accounting and regulatory perspective, solving the puzzle of why banks combine lending and deposit-taking operations under one roof.


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The Film the Israel Lobby Does Not Want You to See
By Chris Hedges

“The Lobby,” the four-part Al-Jazeera documentary that was blocked under heavy Israeli pressure shortly before its release, has been leaked online by the Chicago-based website Electronic Intifada, the French website Orient XXI and the Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar.

The series is an inside look over five months by an undercover reporter, armed with a hidden camera, at how the government and intelligence agencies of Israel work with U.S. domestic Jewish groups such as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), The Israel Project and StandWithUs to spy on, smear and attack critics, especially American university students who support the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement. It shows how the Israel lobby uses huge cash donations, often far above the U.S. legal limit, and flies hundreds of members of Congress to Israel for lavish and unpaid vacations at Israeli seaside resorts, bribing the American lawmakers to do Israel’s bidding, including providing military aid such as the $38 billion (over 10 years) that was approved by Congress in 2016. It uncovers Israel’s sleazy character assassination of academics, activists and journalists, its well-funded fake grassroots activism, its manipulation of press coverage, and its ham-fisted attempts to destroy marriages, personal relationships and careers. The film highlights the efforts to discredit liberal Jews and Jewish organizations as tools of radical jihadists, referring, for example, to Jewish Voice for Peace as “Jewish Voice for Hamas” and claiming that many members of the organization are not actually Jewish. Israel recruits black South Africans into an Israeli front group called Stop Stealing My Apartheid, in a desperate effort to counter the reality of the apartheid state that Israel has constructed. The series documents Israel’s repeated and multifaceted interference in the internal affairs of the United States, including elections; efforts to discredit progressive groups such as Black Lives Matter that express sympathy for the Palestinians; and routine employment of Americans to spy on other Americans. Israel’s behavior is unethical and perhaps illegal. But don’t expect anyone in the establishment or either of the two ruling political parties to do anything about it. It is abundantly clear by the end of the series that they have been intimidated, discredited or bought off.

“Imagine if China was doing this, if Iran was doing this, if Russia was doing this?” Ali Abunimah, the author of “The Battle for Justice in Palestine” and co-founder of The Electronic Intifada, says in the film. “There would be uproar. You would have Congress going off to them. You would have hearings.”

Those of us who denounce and expose the Israeli crimes committed against Palestinians are intimately familiar with the sordid and nefarious tactics of the Israel lobby. The power of the film series is that in dealing with the reporter—a young Oxford postgraduate, James Anthony Kleinfeld, who goes by the name Tony in the film and poses as a pro-Israel student—major figures within the Israel lobby candidly explain and expose their massive covert campaign in the United States. There is no plausible deniability. And this is why Israel worked so hard to stop the film from being broadcast.

Clayton Swisher, who directed the series, wrote in the liberal Jewish newspaper The Forward that leaders from the Israel lobby met with the state of Qatar’s registered agent and lobbyist, a former aide to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz named Nick Muzin, to “see if he could use his ties with the Qataris to stop the airing.” Qatar funds Al-Jazeera. Muzin told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz that “he was discussing the issue with the Qataris and didn’t think the film would broadcast in the near future.” An anonymous source told Haaretz that “the Qatari emir himself helped make the decision” to spike the film.

Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates severed ties with Qatar in June 2017 and imposed a land, sea and air blockade on the Persian Gulf state. They accuse Doha of supporting terrorism and radical Islamist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood. The four states have issued a list of demands for re-establishing ties that include Qatar’s shutting down Al-Jazeera, along with severing relations with Iran. Qatar has appealed to the United States to intercede and has, as part of this effort, reached out to the powerful Israel lobby in the United States for support. American Jewish leaders, including the former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, have met with the Qatari emir, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and have discussed with him what they describe as the network’s “anti-Semitism.” It is widely believed the series was sacrificed by Qatar in an effort to placate the Israel lobby and get its support for an end to the sanctions, although the blockade remains in force...


The Lobby


Testing times: four emerging STIs that you can’t afford to ignore
By Bryn Nelson

Although gonorrhoea, chlamydia and syphilis grab most of the headlines, public health officials are warily watching the emergence of other bacterial sexually transmitted infections...

1. Neisseria meningitidis
2. Mycoplasma genitalium
3. Shigella flexneri
4. Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV)

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Effect of Colloidal Metallic Gold on Cognitive Functions: A Pilot Study
Guy E. Abraham, MD; Souhaila A. McReynolds; Joel S. Dill, PhD
Optimox Corporation, Torrance, California

In order to evaluate the effect of colloidal metallic gold on cognitive functions, the revised Wechsler Intelligence scales battery of tests (WAIS-R) was administered to 5 subjects aged 15 to 45 years, before, after 4 weeks on colloidal gold at 30 mg/day and again 1 to 3 months off the gold preparation. The WAIS-R total scores (I.Q) were calculated by adding the sum of the verbal test scores to the sum of the performance scores. After 4 weeks on colloidal gold, there was a 20% increase in I.Q scores with mean + SE of 112.8 + 2.3 pre gold and 137 + 3.8, post gold (p <0.005). Both the performance and verbal test scores contributed equally to this increase in I.Q scores. The effect of the colloidal gold persisted in 3 subjects after 1 to 2 month off gold, where as in 2 subjects who took the tests 3 months after stopping the gold , I.Q scores were down to baseline levels.


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Electromagnetical 3D thrust generator
Groet, Jan


The system provides for the transformation of permanent magnetic energy into a continuous electric energy current flow within a circuit. This is accomplished by creating a very strong egg shaped planetary permanent magnet. The magnet contains a longitudinal channel through its center to allow for initial energization. The initial energization is accomplished by applying a very strong burst of electrical current from a direct current power source. The magnet embodying the present invention is an egg shaped object that shall be held in one place without any physical or visible rotation of the magnet itself. Instead, the egg shape of the magnet creates varying field strengths patterns for energy transfer and polarization due to the internal left hand rule principles of electric current. This arrangement will create a permanent or near permanent perpetuating magnetic field. This magnetic field maintains intrinsic, centripetal, magnetic forces that create a magnetic whirl-pool that rotates the magnetic field within the magnet without rotating the magnet itself. The system created by the present invention is capable of self-sufficiency, recharging itself through power flow in the system's circuit. Additionally, the power is supplemented with atmospheric energy seeking termination, or moving towards the magnet, due to the centripetal forces generated by the magnetic angular momentum depression inside the magnet.

Blue light can reduce blood pressure
By Natasha Meredith

Exposure to blue light decreases blood pressure, reducing the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, a new study from the University of Surrey and Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf in collaboration with Philips reports.


Blue light exposure decreases systolic blood pressure, arterial stiffness, and improves endothelial function in humans
Manuel Stern, et al.

Blue light exposure significantly decreased systolic blood pressure and increased heart rate as compared to control. In parallel, blue light significantly increased forearm blood flow, flow-mediated dilation, circulating nitric oxide species and nitroso compounds while it decreased forearm vascular resistance and pulse wave velocity.

Whole body irradiation with visible blue light at real world doses improves blood pressure, endothelial function and arterial stiffness by nitric oxide released from photolabile intracutanous nitric oxide metabolites into circulating blood.

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"Our study thus demonstrate that daily single dose of 120 ppm F result in highly significant increases in the LPO [lipid peroxidation, i.e. brain rancidity] as well as neurodegenerative changes in neuron cell bodies of selected hippocampal regions. Supplementation with curcumin significantly reduce the toxic effect of F to near normal level by augmenting the antioxidant defense through its scavenging property and provide an evidence of having therapeutic role against oxidative stress mediated neurodegeneration."


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We have a very special episode with guest James Scott who is an expert on Cyber Security. This episode of Edge of Wonder has a more serious tone compared to our previous episodes but we hope you keep watching till the end because this about very sensitive information, social media, and how your personal data is being compromised. On this episode we had the amazing opportunity to sit down with James Scott who is the Senior Fellow and co-founder of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, Senior fellow at the Center for Cyber Influence Operations Studies and Center for Space Warfares Studies.


Silicon Valley Cyborg Disruptors
by Dean Henderson

If the steady stream of television “smart phone” ads featuring androgynous demon actors haven’t made you scratch your head as to the direction artificial intelligence (AI) is taking humanity, and you still refuse to listen to “crazy conspiracy theorists” per insider advice (wink, secret handshake, silly real humans – from the Ministry of Truth, then maybe you will observe the actions of the almighty Silicon Valley guru glitterati who have invented this spell under which most of you have sadly fallen. Google’s Ray Kurzweil, darling of the military-industrial complex, continues to push his “singularity” thesis, whereby he states that by 2030 the “nonbiological portion of our intelligence will predominate”. The implication is that we will soon be trans-humans “enhanced” by AI.

His CEO at Google’s parent company Alphabet – which also owns Youtube – Eric Schmidt has stated that “true anonymity is too dangerous”, when asked to address the privacy concerns of people using his search engine. “We are all subject to the US Patriot Act,” says Schmidt. “It is possible that information could be made available to authorities.”

At last month’s Samsung CEO summit at The Masonic in San Francisco tech insider Regina Dugan stated, “I think it’s impossible to know at any one point in time what all the unintended consequences will be. What are the bad things that could happen and what are the mitigating strategies?”

Dugan must have felt right at home at The Masonic – also home to the Grand Lodge of California. Dugan headed DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration) from 2009-2012, before becoming a Google executive. There she worked at the Motorola Mobility subsidiary developing an electronic tattoo (one of which she sports proudly on her forearm) and a vitamin authentication system, where a person takes a pill which becomes battery-powered by stomach acid to produce an 18-bit internal signal, making the person’s body a password.

In 2016 Dugan left Google to head Facebook’s Building 8 project, which has been compared to the old Lockheed Martin Skunkworks. Dugan headed the “brain-computer interface project” for Facebook, which translates a user’s thoughts onto a computer screen. This has become the creepy Facebook Portal project. Dugan moved on early this year to disrupt a yet to be revealed something else.

It is interesting that these Silicon Valley tech messiahs love the word “disrupt” since the elusive Planet X or Nibiru was also called The Disruptor by the ancients. Are these mad men and women channeling the Nibiru-dwelling Annunaki reptilians via their demonic behavior? Quantum or D-wave computing as done by CERN is finding some very interesting portals into other dimensions indeed.

Has a life spent behind computer screens turned these video-game junkies turned tech prophets into cyborgs, now commissioned by the mothership to proselytize the merits of transhumanism, “singularity”, intellect worship and Luciferian amorality to those who remain human?

The most demented of these badly damaged cyborgs has to be Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk, whose latest act has been to tell us repeatedly that he warned everyone that AI was going to subjugate the human race but no one listened. Musk says now it is too late and his answer (the old Masonic problem-reaction-solution or Order out of Chaos) is to market his Neuralink technology, which will link the human brain to AI.

If you’ve never heard Musk talk, check out any of his interviews. This is a person whose heart chakra has been completely closed, who revels only in being “right”, complete with the use of the biggest words his stunted brain can conjure up. His attitude towards the AI apocalypse which he continues to bring to fruition is a coldly cavalier, “if we can’t beat them, we might as well join them”.

DARPA created the Internet. Silicon Valley is a military enterprise well-funded by the City of London Rothschild bankers and Europe’s Black Nobility. Musk, Dugan, Schmidt, Kurzweil and the other tech sycophants are serving these Annunaki bloodline lizard kings in this frontal assault at enslaving and destroying humanity.

All human beings face a choice. Your decision seals your fate both in this world and beyond. Those who defend the heart of humanity by exposing and walking away from this unfolding technofascist electronic control grid will be rewarded with eternal life.

Those who stay plugged in and spellbound will help the cyborg slowly marginalize and kill off the messengers of truth. These will accept the mark of the AI beast, be well-fed, over-entertained and commended regularly by the mothership. In other words, they will “fit in”. The only problem for these cowards will be their hijacked destiny. Where I come from they call it “Hell”.

A veiled story behind the caravan rhetoric

Roberto Nakay Flotte aka "Pitaya Queen" is not a "poor impoverished broke hungry refugee 1k miles away" from Honduras, he only wants you to believe he is. He and his partner Cesar Mejia are accused of being coyotes who work in human trafficking and prostitution.




David Icke @ his best, re: AI stupidity :

We Are Being Invaded - The David Icke Dot-Connector Videocast

Introduction to Intention Host Device Research
Dr William Tiller

Experts Discover That ~50% Of Muslims Are Inbred

After extensive scientific research, experts believe that nearly 50 percent of Muslims worldwide are the offspring of first cousins.

Because of religious and cultural customs, around half of the world’s Muslim population is confirmed to be the offspring of generational inbreeding, meaning that they are the product of incest in some form.

In a study of 20 populous Islamic nations, an average of 49.8 percent of all marriages were to first cousins.

The most disturbing aspect of this statistic is that it doesn’t even include marriages of double first cousins — first cousins who are the offspring of two siblings marrying unrelated siblings of another family.

Pakistan, in which roughly 70 percent of citizens marry first cousins, was also included, which bumped the number up over a full one percent...



The Biosludged movie that exposes “the greatest environmental crime you’ve never known” is now available for full downloading and sharing. The film documents the EPA’s outright crimes against the environment, along with industry collusion, science fraud and the mass pollution of the U.S. food supply with toxic sewage sludge.


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Free energy generator Testatika, Switzerland, Methernitha, Linden


Chernobrov @ 2003 time machine congress