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UPDATED 15 JULY
 
http://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/news/world-news/2845-breaking-news-fedgov-admits-it-does-not-test-for-vaccine-safety-never-reported-to-congress-as-required-by-law

Breaking News: FedGov Admits it DOES NOT Track Vaccine safety; NEVER Reported to Congress as Required by law



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2IXceoULWg

REAL WARNING MESSAGE: “The Machines” Have Just Issued Humanities Death Warrant

Justus Knight @ Lisa Havens



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jl6VFa1ZYDY
"Antigravity" Method 15b of 15
Photonic Mechanical and Electromagnetic wave conversion propulsion




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBwovHd6c5U
Coleus Trip

Here are my 4 attempts to trip on Coleus. Each had different species and leaf count so there is verity to the attempts. Each time i used fresh leafs as big as i could get at the time and mild warm water. Every time before I used leafs I washed them thoroughly. The taste is very herbie but not too disgusting. First 3 attempts were a failure, but the forth delivered the proof that Coleus is a plant which can deliver something in the use of hallucinogens in the near future.



https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/11/151111165453.htm

Made to order: Researchers discover a new form of crystalline matter
Experiments reveal a new type of imposed ordering of particles in dusty plasma

Dust is everywhere: under the bed, on the stairs and even inside of plasmas. A team of researchers from Auburn University, the University of Iowa and the University of California, San Diego, using the new Magnetized Dusty Plasma Experiment (MDPX), the first U.S. experiment of its kind, recently discovered a new form of crystalline-like matter in strongly magnetized dusty plasma.

A feature of dusty plasmas is that under the proper conditions, usually at higher gas pressures, the dust particles can form self-organized, hexagonal structures--a configuration known as a "plasma crystal."

The striking aspect of the newly discovered crystal structures is that the lattice (spacing between crystal particles) properties can be imposed arbitrarily by an external grid/mesh structure. These new made-to-order crystals can have any geometric pattern, making them distinct from the crystal lattices of ordinary solids and traditional plasma crystals, which are self-organized structures not imposed by external boundary conditions...



https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/11/151113110110.htm

Super environmentally friendly: the 'fool’s gold battery'

High-performance lithium ion batteries face a major problem: Lithium will eventually start to run out as batteries are deployed in electric cars and stationary storage units. Researchers have now discovered an alternative: the “fool’s gold battery”. It consists of iron, sulfur, sodium and magnesium – all elements that are in plentiful supply. This means that giant storage batteries could be built on the cheap and used stationary in buildings or next to power plants, for instance. ..

Maksym Kovalenko, Marc Walter and their colleagues at Empa's Laboratory for Thin Films and Photovoltaics have now managed to pull off the unthinkable: by combining a magnesium anode with an electrolyte made of magnesium and sodium ions. Nanocrystals made of pyrite -- more commonly known as fool's gold -- serve as the cathode. Pyrite is crystalline iron sulfide. The sodium ions from the electrolyte migrate to the cathode during discharging. When the battery is recharged, the pyrite re-releases the sodium ions. This so-called sodium-magnesium hybrid battery already works in the lab and has several advantages: The magnesium as the anode is far safer than highly flammable lithium. And the test battery in the lab already withstood 40 charging and discharging cycles without compromising its performance, calling for further optimization....


Chemistry of Materials, 2015; 27 (21): 7452
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.5b03531

Efficient and Inexpensive Sodium–Magnesium Hybrid Battery.
Marc Walter, Kostiantyn V. Kravchyk, Maria Ibáñez, Maksym V. Kovalenko.

We present a hybrid intercalation battery based on a sodium/magnesium (Na/Mg) dual salt electrolyte, metallic magnesium anode, and a cathode based on FeS2 nanocrystals (NCs). Compared to lithium or sodium, metallic magnesium anode is safer due to dendrite-free electroplating and offers extremely high volumetric (3833 mAh cm–3) and gravimetric capacities (2205 mAh g–1). Na-ion cathodes, FeS2 NCs in the present study, may serve as attractive alternatives to Mg-ion cathodes due to the higher voltage of operation and fast, highly reversible insertion of Na-ions. In this proof-of-concept study, electrochemical cycling of the Na/Mg hybrid battery was characterized by high rate capability, high Coulombic efficiency of 99.8%, and high energy density. In particular, with an average discharge voltage of ~1.1 V and a cathodic capacity of 189 mAh g–1 at a current of 200 mA g–1, the presented Mg/FeS2 hybrid battery delivers energy densities of up to 210 Wh kg–1, comparable to commercial Li-ion batteries and approximately twice as high as state-of-the-art Mg-ion batteries based on Mo6S8 cathodes. Further significant gains in the energy density are expected from the development of Na/Mg electrolytes with a broader electrochemical stability window. Fully based on Earth-abundant elements, hybrid Na–Mg batteries are highly promising for large-scale stationary energy storage.



http://antiquecannabisbook.com/
THE ANTIQUE CANNABIS BOOK

With Over  600 2,000 Pre-1937 Medical Cannabis Products Documented;---a Great Resource book for the Antique Cannabis Collector



The Great Book of Hemp
by Robert A. Nelson

( Published by Inner Traditions, Intl., 1995 )

Original, unedited manuscript:

http://www.rexresearch.com/hhist/hhicon.htm ( Hemp & History )

http://www.rexresearch.com/hhusb/hhcont.htm
( Hemp Husbandry )

http://www.rexresearch.com/hhusb/hmphlth.htm
( Hemp & Health )



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CZjxlLdbhk

The Holy Bible was Created by 6 Corporations in the 1600's - Original Handwritten Translations
Leak Project



https://www.riseearth.com/2018/07/the-most-important-skill-nobody-taught.html

The Most Important Skill Nobody Taught You
by Zat Rana

The Lost Art of Solitude



Invention Disclosure

Method & Apparatus for Treatment of Alcoholic Beverages


Inventor: Robert A. Nelson
Date: 12 June 2018


A "Brown's Gas" ( HHO ) generator is used to bubble hydrogen and oxygen gases though wine or other alcoholic beverage for about one minute. Result: Rapid improvement of flavor.



https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/13/health/falling-iq-scores-study-intl/index.html

IQ scores are falling and have been for decades, new study finds

IQ scores have been steadily falling for the past few decades, and environmental factors are to blame, a new study says.

The research suggests that genes aren’t what’s driving the decline in IQ scores, according to the study, published Monday.

Norwegian researchers analyzed the IQ scores of Norwegian men born between 1962 and 1991 and found that scores increased by almost 3 percentage points each decade for those born between 1962 to 1975 — but then saw a steady decline among those born after 1975.

Similar studies in Denmark, Britain, France, the Netherlands, Finland and Estonia have demonstrated a similar downward trend in IQ scores, said Ole Rogeberg, a senior research fellow at the Ragnar Frisch Center for Economic Research in Norway and co-author of the new study.

“The causes in IQ increases over time and now the decline is due to environmental factors,” said Rogeburg, who believes the change is not due to genetics.

“It’s not that dumb people are having more kids than smart people, to put it crudely. It’s something to do with the environment because we’re seeing the same differences within families,” he said.

These environmental factors could include changes in the education system and media environment, nutrition, reading less and being online more, Rogeberg said.

The earlier rise in IQ scores follows the “Flynn effect,” a term for the long-term increase in intelligence levels that occurred during the 20th century, arguably the result of better access to education, according to Stuart Ritchie, a postdoctoral fellow in cognitive ageing at the University of Edinburgh whose research explores IQ scores and intelligence and who was not involved in the new study.

Researchers have long preferred to use genes to explain variations in intelligence over environmental factors. However, the new study turns this thinking on its head.

Intelligence is heritable, and for a long time, researchers assumed that people with high IQ scores would have kids who also scored above average. Moreover, it was thought that people with lower scores would have more kids than people with high IQ scores, which would contribute to a decline in IQ scores over time and a “dumbing down” of the general population, according to Rogeberg.

Anyone who has seen the film “Idiocracy” might already be familiar with these ideas. In the scientific community, the idea of unintelligent parents having more kids and dumbing-down the population is known as the dysgenic fertility theory, according to Ritchie.

The study looked at the IQ scores of brothers who were born in different years. Researchers found that, instead of being similar as suggested by a genetic explanation, IQ scores often differed significantly between the siblings.

“The main exciting finding isn’t that there was a decline in IQ,” Ritchie said. “The interesting thing about this paper is that they were able to show a difference in IQ scores within the same families.”

The study not only showed IQ variance between children the same parents but because the authors had the IQ scores of various parents, it demonstrated that parents with higher IQs tended to have more kids, ruling out the dysgenic fertility theory as a driver of falling IQ scores and highlighting the role of environmental factors instead.

What specific environmental factors cause changes in intelligence remains relatively unexplored.

Access to education is currently the most conclusive factor explaining disparities in intelligence, according to Ritchie. In a separate study that has not been released, he and his colleagues looked at existing research in an effort to demonstrate that staying in school longer directly equates to higher IQ scores.

But more research is needed to better understand other environmental factors thought to be linked to intelligence. Robin Morris, a professor of psychology at Kings College in London who was not involved in Ritchie’s research, suggests that traditional measures of intelligence, such as the IQ test, might be outmoded in today’s fast-paced world of constant technological change.

“In my view, we need to recognize that as time changes and people are exposed to different intellectual experiences, such as changes in the use of technology, for example, social media, the way intelligence is expressed also changes. Educational methods need to adapt to such changes,” Morris said.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=262&v=QY45h2vs04Q

Robert Patterson's Electrogravitic Implosion System

Robert Patterson describes an experimental electrogravitic implosion propulsion device that he claims will generate propulsive force & overunity energy as an "electromagnetic supercharger" for vacuum energy. He demonstrates a lightbulb being powered by the device even when it is turned off, which he attributes to its ability to collect vacuum energy.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndpk3qAJS-8

4 Stroke Conversion to HHO Implosion 2 Stroke Explained (3)



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCrnDGOl2xA

First Time Ever Seen: Secret of Light: 140 Year old mystery solved! Crookes Radiometer



https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/07/180711093214.htm

LED lights reduce seabird death toll from fishing by 85 percent

Illuminating fishing nets with low-cost lights could reduce the terrible impact they have on seabirds and marine-dwellers by more than 85 percent, new research has shown.

A team of international researchers, led by Dr Jeffrey Mangel from the University of Exeter, has shown the number of birds caught in gillnets can be drastically reduced by attaching green battery-powered light-emitting diodes (LEDs).

For the study, the researchers compared 114 pairs of gillnets -- which are anchored in fixed positions at sea and designed to snare fish by the gills -- in fishing waters off the coast of Peru.

They discovered that the nets fitted with the LEDs caught 85 per cent fewer guanay cormorants -- a native diving bird that commonly becomes entangled in nets -- compared with those without lights.

Coupled with previous research conducted by the same team, that showed LED lighting also reduced the number of sea turtles caught in fishing nets by 64 per cent, the researchers believe the lights offer a cheap, reliable and durable way to dramatically reduce the capture and death of birds and turtles, without reducing the intended catch of fish...



https://www.sciencealert.com/these-weird-images-of-the-human-body-were-made-by-a-brand-new-kind-of-scanner

Whoa, We Now Have X-Rays That Take Colour Images of The Human Body
by KRISTIN HOUSER

Phil and Anthony Butler aren't just father and son. The physics professor and bioengineering professor (respectively) are also business partners. And this week, their company, MARS Bioimaging, unveiled a first-of-its-kind X-ray scanner 10 years in the making....

https://home.cern/about/updates/2018/07/first-3d-colour-x-ray-human-using-cern-technology

First 3D colour X-ray of a human using CERN technology
Romain Muller



http://www.businessinsider.com/the-best-way-to-charge-your-iphone-2016-7

You've been charging your smartphone wrong
Antonio Villas-Boas



https://newatlas.com/siliconx-lithium-battery-anode/55448/

SiliconX: Scientists hail new alloy as missing ingredient for next-gen batteries
by Nick Lavars
 
Its creators say SiliconX could be the answer to higher capacity lithium-ion batteries

For years, scientists have seen silicon as a hugely promising material in the world of lithium-ion batteries. The primary reason for this is that using it as the anode could mean batteries with 10 times the capacity of current versions – at least in theory. But in reality, it easily breaks apart as the battery goes through its charging cycles. Scientists at Norway's Institute for Energy Technology are now claiming to have overcome this problem with a new material they call SiliconX...

The problem with using regular silicon as an anode is that the particles expand by as much as 400 percent as the battery charges, and then return to normal as it discharges, which causes them to rupture. The scientists at the Institute for Energy Technology say they have overcome this problem with a new silicon alloy that uses a careful mix of silicon nanoparticles and an unnamed material, with work underway to patent the technology...
 
Source: Institute for Energy Technology (Norwegian)
https://www.ife.no/no/ife/ife_nyheter/2018/ifes-batteriforskere-har-knekt-batteri-kode-kan-revolusjonere-rekkevidde-og-levetid

Organic-inorganic hybrid material and method for silicon surface passivation
WO2018010935
A relevant technological challenge is the low cost and abundant materials development for silicon surface passivation for applications in optoelectronic devices,in particular in solar cells by scalable industrial methods. In the present invention, a new hybrid material comprising PEDOT:PSS and transparent conducting oxide nanostructures is developed and a method is proposed to fabricate the composite material that passivates well the silicon surface to be used by means of a thin composite film of thickness below 200nm.

PASSIVATION STACK ON A CRYSTALLINE SILICON SOLAR CELL
US9978902



https://newatlas.com/blackfly-vtol-aircraft/55445/

Opener launches BlackFly fixed-wing VTOL flying car that doesn't require a license
Aircraft
by David Szondy

Canadian-based aviation firm Opener Inc. has unveiled its new BlackFly single-seater aircraft, which it bills as a Personal Aerial Vehicle (PAV) and the world's first ultralight all-electric fixed-wing Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft. The fully-amphibious drop-shaped flyer with fore and aft wings sporting eight electric motors has a range of 25 mi (40 km) and a top speed of 62 mph (100 km/h)...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jcpq6XYYoY4
BlackFly - Official Launch


https://www.opener.aero/press/opener-unveils-first-canadian-qualified-ultralight-all-electric-personal-aerial-vehicle/

Opener Unveils First Canadian-Qualified Ultralight All-Electric Personal Aerial Vehicle




https://scitechdaily.com/engineers-create-sustainable-alternative-to-traditional-concrete/

Washington State University researchers have created a sustainable alternative to traditional concrete using coal fly ash, a waste product of coal-based electricity generation.

The advance tackles two major environmental problems at once by making use of coal production waste and by significantly reducing the environmental impact of concrete production.

Xianming Shi, associate professor in WSU’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and graduate student Gang Xu, have developed a strong, durable concrete that uses fly ash as a binder and eliminates the use of environmentally intensive cement. They report on their work in the August issue of the journal, Fuel...

The team used graphene oxide, a recently discovered nanomaterial, to manipulate the reaction of fly ash with water and turn the activated fly ash into a strong cement-like material. The graphene oxide rearranges atoms and molecules in a solution of fly ash and chemical activators like sodium silicate and calcium oxide. The process creates a calcium-aluminate-silicate-hydrate molecule chain with strongly bonded atoms that form an inorganic polymer network more durable than (hydrated) cement.

“Influence of graphene oxide in a chemically activated fly ash,”
Fuel, 2018; doi:10.1016/j.fuel.2018.04.033

Influence of graphene oxide in a chemically activated fly ash
Gang Xu, et al.,
Abstract

To divert fly ash from hazardous waste stream to beneficial uses, this work aims to improve the solidification of fly ash as a geopolymer material by using graphene oxide (GO). The hydration precursors, morphology, elemental composition, mineralogy, chemical structure and ordering of GO-modified fly ash geopolymer were investigated by means of Raman spectroscopy, SEM/BSE, EMPA, XRD/TGA and 29Si/27Al MAS-NMR, respectively, to unravel the role of GO. The experimental results suggest that GO regulated the Ca/Si, Si/Al and Ca/(Si + Al) mole ratios to facilitate the formation of fly ash hydrates with improved mechanical strength, as GO showed the ability to selectively affect the distribution of different hydration precursors. GO also promoted the formation of low quartz and jennite-like hydrates. Overall, the 28-day compressive strength of fly ash geopolymer (w/b = 0.35) in this study was improved by 23% (from 33.6 MPa to 41.4 MPa) with GO admixed at 0.02% by mass of fly ash. The NMR study showed that GO improved the polymerization degree of fly ash geopolymer by increasing the total Q3 and Q4 Si-tetrahedrons, which suggests potential for improving the immobilization of heavy metals in fly ash.



https://scitechdaily.com/ground-breaking-discovery-could-create-superior-alloys/

Ground-Breaking Discovery Could Create Superior Alloys
by Joshua Worth

...At high temperatures, alloys can react violently with their environment, quickly causing the materials to fail by corrosion. To protect against this, all high temperature alloys are designed to form a protective oxide scale, usually consisting of aluminium oxide or chromium oxide. This oxide scale plays a decisive role in preventing the metals from corroding. Therefore, research on high temperature corrosion is very focused on these oxide scales – how they are formed, how they perform at high heat, and how they sometimes fail.

The article in Nature Materials answers two classical issues in the area. One applies to the very small additives of so-called ‘reactive elements’ – often yttrium and zirconium – found in all high-temperature alloys. The second issue is about the role of water vapour.

“Adding reactive elements to alloys results in a huge improvement in performance – but no one has been able to provide robust experimental proof why,” says Nooshin Mortazavi, materials researcher at Chalmers’ Department of Physics, and first author of the study. “Likewise, the role of water, which is always present in high-temperature environments, in the form of steam, has been little understood. Our paper will help solve these enigmas.”

In this paper, the Chalmers researchers show how these two elements are linked. They demonstrate how the reactive elements in the alloy promote the growth of an aluminium oxide scale. The presence of these reactive element particles causes the oxide scale to grow inward, rather than outward, thereby facilitating the transport of water from the environment, towards the alloy substrate. Reactive elements and water combine to create a fast-growing, nanocrystalline, oxide scale.//



https://scitechdaily.com/scientists-discover-new-type-of-photosynthesis/

Scientists Discover a New Type of Photosynthesis
by Hayley Dunning




UPDATED 11 JULY

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/13/health/falling-iq-scores-study-intl/index.html

IQ scores are falling and have been for decades, new study finds

IQ scores have been steadily falling for the past few decades, and environmental factors are to blame, a new study says.

The research suggests that genes aren’t what’s driving the decline in IQ scores, according to the study, published Monday.

Norwegian researchers analyzed the IQ scores of Norwegian men born between 1962 and 1991 and found that scores increased by almost 3 percentage points each decade for those born between 1962 to 1975 — but then saw a steady decline among those born after 1975.

Similar studies in Denmark, Britain, France, the Netherlands, Finland and Estonia have demonstrated a similar downward trend in IQ scores, said Ole Rogeberg, a senior research fellow at the Ragnar Frisch Center for Economic Research in Norway and co-author of the new study.

“The causes in IQ increases over time and now the decline is due to environmental factors,” said Rogeburg, who believes the change is not due to genetics.

“It’s not that dumb people are having more kids than smart people, to put it crudely. It’s something to do with the environment because we’re seeing the same differences within families,” he said.

These environmental factors could include changes in the education system and media environment, nutrition, reading less and being online more, Rogeberg said.

The earlier rise in IQ scores follows the “Flynn effect,” a term for the long-term increase in intelligence levels that occurred during the 20th century, arguably the result of better access to education, according to Stuart Ritchie, a postdoctoral fellow in cognitive ageing at the University of Edinburgh whose research explores IQ scores and intelligence and who was not involved in the new study.

Researchers have long preferred to use genes to explain variations in intelligence over environmental factors. However, the new study turns this thinking on its head.

Intelligence is heritable, and for a long time, researchers assumed that people with high IQ scores would have kids who also scored above average. Moreover, it was thought that people with lower scores would have more kids than people with high IQ scores, which would contribute to a decline in IQ scores over time and a “dumbing down” of the general population, according to Rogeberg.

Anyone who has seen the film “Idiocracy” might already be familiar with these ideas. In the scientific community, the idea of unintelligent parents having more kids and dumbing-down the population is known as the dysgenic fertility theory, according to Ritchie.

The study looked at the IQ scores of brothers who were born in different years. Researchers found that, instead of being similar as suggested by a genetic explanation, IQ scores often differed significantly between the siblings.

“The main exciting finding isn’t that there was a decline in IQ,” Ritchie said. “The interesting thing about this paper is that they were able to show a difference in IQ scores within the same families.”

The study not only showed IQ variance between children the same parents but because the authors had the IQ scores of various parents, it demonstrated that parents with higher IQs tended to have more kids, ruling out the dysgenic fertility theory as a driver of falling IQ scores and highlighting the role of environmental factors instead.

What specific environmental factors cause changes in intelligence remains relatively unexplored.

Access to education is currently the most conclusive factor explaining disparities in intelligence, according to Ritchie. In a separate study that has not been released, he and his colleagues looked at existing research in an effort to demonstrate that staying in school longer directly equates to higher IQ scores.

But more research is needed to better understand other environmental factors thought to be linked to intelligence. Robin Morris, a professor of psychology at Kings College in London who was not involved in Ritchie’s research, suggests that traditional measures of intelligence, such as the IQ test, might be outmoded in today’s fast-paced world of constant technological change.

“In my view, we need to recognize that as time changes and people are exposed to different intellectual experiences, such as changes in the use of technology, for example, social media, the way intelligence is expressed also changes. Educational methods need to adapt to such changes,” Morris said.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=262&v=QY45h2vs04Q

Robert Patterson's Electrogravitic Implosion System

http://www.americantigravity.com -
Robert Patterson describes an experimental electrogravitic implosion propulsion device that he claims will generate propulsive force & overunity energy as an "electromagnetic supercharger" for vacuum energy. He demonstrates a lightbulb being powered by the device even when it is turned off, which he attributes to its ability to collect vacuum energy.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndpk3qAJS-8

4 Stroke Conversion to HHO Implosion 2 Stroke Explained (3)



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCrnDGOl2xA

First Time Ever Seen: Secret of Light: 140 Year old mystery solved! Crookes Radiometer



Invention Disclosure

Method & Apparatus for Treatment of Alcoholic Beverages

Inventor: Robert A. Nelson
Date: 12 June 2018

A "Brown's Gas" ( HHO ) generator is used to bubble hydrogen and oxygen gases though wine or other alcoholic beverage for about one minute. Result: Rapid improvement of flavor.



https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/07/180711093214.htm

LED lights reduce seabird death toll from fishing by 85 percent

Illuminating fishing nets with low-cost lights could reduce the terrible impact they have on seabirds and marine-dwellers by more than 85 percent, new research has shown.

A team of international researchers, led by Dr Jeffrey Mangel from the University of Exeter, has shown the number of birds caught in gillnets can be drastically reduced by attaching green battery-powered light-emitting diodes (LEDs).

For the study, the researchers compared 114 pairs of gillnets -- which are anchored in fixed positions at sea and designed to snare fish by the gills -- in fishing waters off the coast of Peru.

They discovered that the nets fitted with the LEDs caught 85 per cent fewer guanay cormorants -- a native diving bird that commonly becomes entangled in nets -- compared with those without lights.

Coupled with previous research conducted by the same team, that showed LED lighting also reduced the number of sea turtles caught in fishing nets by 64 per cent, the researchers believe the lights offer a cheap, reliable and durable way to dramatically reduce the capture and death of birds and turtles, without reducing the intended catch of fish...



https://wakeup-world.com/2018/07/05/your-body-literally-glows-with-light/

Your Body Literally Glows With Light
By Dr. Joseph Mercola

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2707605/?tool=pubmed
PLoS One. 2009; 4(7): e6256.
doi:  10.1371/journal.pone.0006256
PMCID: PMC2707605 // PMID: 19606225

Imaging of Ultraweak Spontaneous Photon Emission from Human Body Displaying Diurnal Rhythm
Masaki Kobayashi, et al.
Abstract
The human body literally glimmers. The intensity of the light emitted by the body is 1000 times lower than the sensitivity of our naked eyes. Ultraweak photon emission is known as the energy released as light through the changes in energy metabolism. We successfully imaged the diurnal change of this ultraweak photon emission with an improved highly sensitive imaging system using cryogenic charge-coupled device (CCD) camera. We found that the human body directly and rhythmically emits light. The diurnal changes in photon emission might be linked to changes in energy metabolism...

Results and Discussion
A cooled CCD camera operated at -120°C with slow scanning mode read-out was used with a specially designed high-throughput lens system. The camera was placed in a light-tight room in complete darkness (schematic illustration of the experimental setup is shown in Fig. 1A). Five healthy male volunteers, in their 20's, were subjected to normal light-dark conditions and allowed to sleep from 0:00–7:00. On the days of photon imaging, volunteers were kept in a room (400 lux) adjacent to the dark room. For imaging purposes, the body surface was wiped and the subject was left 15 minutes in the dark room for dark adaptation, after which the naked subject in sitting position was exposed for 20 minutes to the CCD camera. Measurements were carried out in every 3 hours from 10:00 to 22:00 and continued for 3 days. Just before and after the measurements, the surface body (thermography) and oral temperature were taken. Saliva was also collected after the photon measurements for the analysis of cortisol level as a biomarker of endogenous circadian rhythms. Temporal variation of photon emission intensity was calculated from image data with extraction of the face and body intensity...



https://wakeup-world.com/2018/07/08/considering-a-vasectomy-hold-the-scissors-and-read-this-first/

Considering a Vasectomy? Hold The Scissors and Read This First
By Marco Torres

There are some things in life that shouldn’t be messed around with and the internal wiring of the human body is one of them. Most men who pursue vasectomies do so to freely engage in sexual intercourse without the consequence of procreation. Few are aware of the negative health effects. Large studies have confirmed the link between vasectomy and prostate cancer, tumors as well as chromosomal abnormalities in sperm....



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcpJ_y_N780
Pyramid Power Experiment

This experiment tries to determine if there is any correlation between the pyramid effect and live plants. ..

Unfortunately on the day fourteen something has gone wrong with my dill plants. Something
I did to my plants killed most of them. All the plants in the pot outside the pyramid have died. On the contrary a lot of the plants in the pyramid pot have survived...

Placing a pot under a pyramid positively affects the sowed plants. If my gardening skills didn't suck, maybe I would have had more conclusive results.
 


Welcome to 2018. Now we know why God ignores prayers.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDeYNGOpxdA

RICK DOBLIN - MDMA IS MEDICINE Part - 1/2 | London Real

Rick Doblin is the founder and executive director of MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. His goal is to help develop contexts, for the legal use of psychedelics and marijuana. He is currently in phase 3 of clinical trials testing the combination of MDMA and psychotherapy as a safe and effective treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. This has been in the works for over 30 years. Ultimately he wants to explore how psychedelics can be used to resolve some of the world’s biggest problems amongst religions, in spirituality, and for conflict resolution.



https://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/11/03/milk-does-not-do-a-body-good-massive-new-study-says/

Dairy Is Not the Only Source of Calcium

Below is a list of 25 non dairy/vegan sources of calcium, many of which contain even more calcium than milk does. It’s important to do your research. There are so many foods out there that contain a healthy and abundant source of calcium.

1. Kale (1 cup contains 180 mg)
2. Collard Greens (1 cup contains over 350 mg)
3. Blackstrap Molasses (2 tablespoons contains 400 mg)
4. Tempeh (1 cup contains 215 mg)
5. Turnip Greens (1 cup contains 250 mg)
6. Fortified non-dairy milk (1 cup contains 200-300 mg)
7. Hemp milk (1 cup contains 460 mg)
8. Fortified orange juice (1 cup contains 300 mg)
9. Tahini (2 tablespoons contains 130 mg)
10. Almond butter (2 tablespoons contains 85 mg)
11. Great northern beans (1 cup contains 120 mg)
12. Soybeans (1 cup contains 175 mg)
13. Broccoli (1 cup contains 95 mg)
14. Raw fennel (1 medium bulb contains 115 mg)
15. Blackberries (1 cup contains 40 mg)
16. Black Currants (1 cup contains 62 mg)
17. Oranges (1 orange contains between 50 and 60 mg)
18. Dried apricots (1/2 cup contains 35 mg)
19. Figs (1/2 cup contains 120 mg)
target="_blank" 20. Dates (1/2 cup contains 35 mg)
21. Artichoke (1 medium artichoke contains 55 mg)
22. Roasted sesame seeds (1 oz. contains 35 mg)
23. Adzuki beans (1 cup contains 65 mg)
24. Navy beans (1 cup contains 125 mg)
25. Amaranth (1 cup contains 275 mg)



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRRiAKciNnc

Solution for Red Tide/ Algea Bloom - Oxygen Nano Bubbles



Master SubGenius Tim Rifat explains causality engineering :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbUWqSDRyw8

Bases 88 -- Tim Rifat Physics of Psychic Warfare



Space Radiation & Airplane Travel :

https://www.spacewx.com/pdf/Aviation_radiation_SWJ_article.pdf

Advances in Atmospheric Radiation Measurements and Modeling Needed to Improve Air Safety
W. Kent Tobiska, et al.

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http://www.atomic-robo.com/rsa/v01ch1-page-cover

The Adventures of Nikola Tesla



It's the smartphone, stupit !

A Siri-ous issue? No need for 'Russian spies', when 'stupid boy' UK ministers have smartphones
by Neil Clark

No need for 'Russian spies', when 'stupid boy' UK ministers have smartphones

It was one of the funniest things we'd ever seen in Parliament. UK Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson was heckled by his own mobile phone while giving a statement on Syrian "democratic forces" last week.

But amid the laughter, the incident raises some serious security concerns about new technology, which up to now have largely been ignored.

At the time of the Profumo affair (when it was revealed that the Minister of War John Profumo had been sleeping with a model who was also sleeping with the Russian naval attache), the joke doing the rounds was that the government had spent so much time looking for Reds under the bed, it had forgotten to look inside the bed.

Fast forward to 2018 and the joke is this: The UK Defense Minister has spent so much time warning us about the Russian "threat" to UK cyber security, he forgot to switch Siri off on his new iPhone. 

For those who aren't au fait with the latest Apple technology Siri is the voice-controlled virtual assistant that "is ready to help throughout your day." Siri is the 2018 equivalent of Jeeves the butler, except it can't (at least not yet) make you a cup of tea or bring in breakfast.

"The idea is that you talk to her as you would a friend and she aims to help you get things done, whether that be making a dinner reservation or sending a message", explain tech writers Britta O'Boyle and Dan Grabham.

Siri is great, but the security implications of the UK Defense Minister keeping the software switched on are clear for all to see.

Of course, there's nothing wrong from a security point of view with @GavinWilliamson having this iPhone Siri set to "always listen". I mean, that's fine. He's not even in a job where security is an issue, is he? ?? https://t.co/aPQ2wBsAzK  — James Barisic ???? #FBPE (@jamesmb) July 3, 2018

Last year, researchers at Zhejiang University found that hackers could control digital voice assistants using secret commands that were inaudible to humans.

In May, researchers at Berkeley in California came to the same conclusion.

"feels like the security implications of @GavinWilliamson having siri running in the background have yet to be understood by any grownups.  urgent Qs such as which meetings / briefings have been recorded and for how long need to be answered."  — Stephen Rockman (@shrock) July 3, 2018

Even if we take Siri – and other digital assistants out of the equation, there are still the other functions of today's smartphones to consider. It's never been easier to surreptitiously record meetings and conversations. Conversely, confidentiality has never been so difficult to maintain. Smartphones are pocket cameras too, making it oh-so-easy to take a quick photo of a document that we're not meant to take a copy of. Today's equivalents of Agent 007, whoever they are working for, don't need gadgetry from 'Q' any more, all they require is the latest phone and they're in business.

If a phone of a leading government minister is hacked, or stolen, imagine what information is likely to be contained in it. I was at a party about ten years ago when a quite well-known MP dropped his phone and it slid across the floor. He thought it was lost. I found it, and of course, I returned it. But let's suppose I had been an unscrupulous political opponent of the MP in question. I could easily have checked the photos on it, and the numbers to try and find something incriminating. Imagine if that happened today, and it was a smart phone that was lost?

The fact that the UK Defense Secretary didn't turn Siri off is hardly reassuring. Media Mole of the New Statesman cites information security expert Rodolfo Rosini, who told Computer Business Review: "In itself leaving Siri on is not a huge risk. What it shows [though] is that the guy has no OPSEC [operational security] so if he sets Siri on always listening, he may have s*** security on his home computers, download dodgy apps etc. It's inexcusable for someone in his position. Basically the problem is that he signaled he is an easy target with no clue."

What makes this all the more ironic is the time Gavin Williamson has spent warning the rest of us about the 'cyber-security' threat coming from Russia. In January, he said that Russian disruption of Britain's electricity interconnectors, which could come about via a cyber-attack, would kill "thousands and thousands and thousands" of people.

In February, he declared that Britain had entered a "new era of warfare" with the Kremlin. He said that the UK and its allies must "be primed and ready to tackle online threats to energy, infrastructure, finance and public services."

In March, he said that Russia's cyber operations were "active and brazen".

Russia has said that Williamson's claim of an attack threat on Britain's infrastructure was "like something out of Monty Python".

But it's not the only comedy analogy that's been made about the UK's Defense Minister.

We've learnt that Williamson's nickname is 'Private Pike' after the accident-prone character in Britain's best-loved sitcom, Dad's Army. In the series, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this month, Captain Mainwaring would look at Pike, when he'd made another mistake, and say to him "You stupid boy!".

It would have been the perfect response to this historic Parliamentary interruption.



https://www.rt.com/news/432372-twitter-metadata-id-users/
10 Jul, 2018
Twitter revelation: Metadata can identify even secret users 'with 96.7% accuracy'
by Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters

Twitter’s metadata contains an array of revealing information on its users, a new study proves, and can be used to identify a user with unnerving accuracy – even those who go to great lengths to hide that information.

Researchers at University College London and the Alan Turing Institute found they could correctly identify a Twitter user from a group of 10,000 with 96.7 percent accuracy, using just their tweets and publicly available metadata.

The goal was “to determine if the information contained in users’ metadata is sufficient to fingerprint an account,” and the results reveal how much identifying information is tied to Twitter accounts, whose users may believe they are tweeting anonymously. A single tweet contains about 144 fields of metadata...

“That’s the mentality with metadata,” the study’s lead co-author Beatrice Perez of University College London told Wired. “People think it’s not a big deal.”

Researchers took 14 pieces of metadata from 5 million Twitter accounts – including the date the account was created, its followers, the accounts it follows and the tweets it likes – and ran it through three machine-learning algorithms. The researchers found the most basic algorithm had the most accuracy.

The methods of identifying users could be used if an account changes its name, if a user has created multiple accounts or to tell if legitimate accounts have been taken over by malicious users.

The researchers also found obfuscation strategies are ineffective, as even when 60 percent of the data was muddled or altered, the user was able to be classified with an accuracy of more than 95 percent.

When the researchers widened their scope and searched for the 10 most likely candidates, their accuracy was 99.22 percent.

While the study uses Twitter as its subject, its authors note “the methods presented in this work are generic and can be applied to a variety of social media platforms with similar characteristics in terms of metadata.”

The researchers say the results have strong implications in terms of “the design of metadata obfuscation strategies” not just for Twitter, but for most social media platforms.



https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jul/09/one-in-three-fish-caught-never-makes-it-to-the-plate-un-report

One in three fish caught never makes it to the plate – UN report

Global fish production is at record levels thanks to fish farming, says the UN FAO, but much is wasted and many species are worryingly overfished...

http://www.fao.org/state-of-fisheries-aquaculture/en/

UN Food and Agriculture Organization Biannual Report on the state of the world’s fisheries



https://rense.com/general96/serotonin-boosts-learning-speed.html

Serotonin Boosts Learning Speed ...Aspartame Depletes It! --
by Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum

This is an excellent article on serotonin.  Aspartame depletes serotonin and this article explains serotonin enhances learning, not just mood.  There has been in my city of Atlanta discussions of why students can't learn.  Governor Nathan Deal has for years  discussed the problems of children learning.  At one time he said maybe teachers should be paid by how well they teach.  How do you teach children using aspartame and are depleted in serotonin.  It's gotten so bad that here in Georgia several teachers were sent to prison for cheating.  They were falsifying test scores: 

http://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2016/ 10/20/495806074/educators- went-to-jail-for-cheating- what-happened-to-the-students

Here is the timeline: 

https://www.ajc.com/news/ timeline-how-the-atlanta- school-cheating-scandal- unfolded/ jn4vTk7GZUQoQRJTVR7UHK/

I've even seen articles about eliminating tests.  

http://www.debate.org/ opinions/should-schools- eliminate-testing

The 9/99 Parent's Magazine asked "WHAT'S WRONG WITH OUR CHILDREN?"  It said:  "Four mothers lingered after the PTA meeting at a private school in New York City whispering about their third grade children, each of whom had been diagnosed with a different psychological problem.  The first had attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and had also been prescribed Prozac for his mood swings.  The second was seeing a therapist for depression after his parents were divorced.  The third was being assessed for a conduct disorder, due to his continued rowdiness  in class.  The fourth was taking St. John's Wort, an alternative herbal remedy for dysthymia, a milder form of depression, under a doctor's supervision.  One mom commented that out of 40 students in the grade, she could count three or four more who had been similarly diagnosed.  "that makes nearly twenty percent of our class,"she said stunned.  "We're good parents," the first mother lamented.  "Why aren't our children normal?"

Parents Magazine continues: "Even before the tragic school shootings in Jonesboro and Littleton, parents were waking up to the reality that something is desperately wrong.  their children - and their children's classmates - are being diagnosed with mental health problems at an alarming rate.  The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that there are 12 million children under 18 with mental disorders.  At least 3 to 5 percent of American school age children suffer from ADHD, for example, and 5 percent show signs of depression.  by the end of high school, one in four teems will have seriously considered suicide."

Dr. H. J. Roberts says in "Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic", page 292, "Decreased brain serotonin has been associated with insomnia, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, hallucinations, suicidal attempts, hostility and psychopathic states."  He says further, "Aspartame and its components can lower brain serotonin levels through several mechanisms.  Dr. Richard Wurtman demonstrated that aspartame inhibits the carbohydrate-induced synthesis of serotonin (Congressional Record - Senate 1985a, p.S 5511).  Serotonin is an important component of the feedback system that helps limit one's consumption of carbohydrate to appropriate levels by blunting the carbohydrate craving.  The amino acid tyrosine, derived from phenylalanine, reduces the amount of tryptophan that can cross the blood-brain barrier for utilization in serotonin production."

Dr. Roberts on page 515 gives some case histories:

"A grandmother visited her 12 year old grandson only once or twice a year.  Having been "a very bright child when three or four years old," she was shocked to discover his learning disability. The response of his parents was even more disturbing.  "They shrugged at my reprimand for allowing him to drink diet colas all through the day - even for breakfast!  I can't help but believe these sodas are the cause of his problem."

"The dismay over grandchildren with congenital deformities and other disorders is great.  For example, a man wrote concerning his grandson born with spina bifida.  "We give him food and drinks with aspartame to help keep his weight down.  Our family doctor says your ideas are wrong.  Who do we believe."

In the most horrible scandal, the FDA made a deal with G. D. Searle, to seal their teratology studies which showed spina bifida, cleft palate and neural tube defects for starters. FDA Jerome Bressler who did the famous Bressler Report exposing Searle's studies told me FDA had removed the information from his report and it had to be added back, pregnant women were consuming this poison.  I had called him and thanked him when he retired.  It took me 8 years to find the studies. The sealed information was then added back to the Bressler Report: 

http://www.mpwhi.com/complete_ bressler_report.pdf

Today the FDA protects industry and lies to the public when it was their FDA scientist who told the Senate on August 1, 1985 that aspartame was on the market illegally because it violated the Delaney Amendment.  Aspartame caused brain tumors and brain cancer.  Dr. Gross said the FDA should not have been able to even set an allowable daily intake but his last words will never be forgotten:  "If the FDA violates its own laws who is left to protect the public?"

  MIT says by 2025 one out of two babies born will be autistic. Here is Dr. Woodrow Monte's chapter on autism from his book, "While Science Sleeps: A Sweetener Kills" - https://rense.com//general96/ asparautism.html He discusses the FDA deal with the manufacturer.  Can you even imagine an FDA who knew aspartame would cause horrible birth defects and refused to add a pregnancy warning and allowed this teratogen in children's drugs to destroy their health.  Dr. Monte and Dr. Ralph Walton also did a study on aspartame and autism.

Here is the Aspartame Resource Guide for more information: 

http://www.mpwhi.com/ aspartame_resource_guide.pdf

Dr. Roberts also says on page 293:  "Dr. Ralph G. Walton (1986) urged physicians to bear in mind "the possible impact of aspartame on catecholamine and indolamine metabolism, and inquire about the use of this artificial sweetener when assessing patients with affective disorders."

"The brain edema and vascular stasis due to chronic methanol intake could contribute to the neuropsychiatric manifestations of aspartame reactors.  The observation of tryptophan depletion in nonalcoholic young men can induce behavioral changes is pertinent in view of the depletion of tryptophan by aspartame consumption."

Dr. Russell Blaylock says depression drugs don't work: 

https://www.newsmax.com/ health/dr-blaylock/depression- ssris-neurotransmitter- antipsychotic/2016/07/19/id/ 739472/

Dr. Blaylock is author of "Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills", an excellent medical text  which discusses aspartame and MSG.  Dr. Roberts says while aspartame triggers psychiatric and behavioral problems it interacts with all anti-depressant drugs.  In his medical text is a chapter on aspartame and drug interactions.  It damages the mitochondria and interacts with not only drugs but also vaccines.  The FDA has always known that aspartame is an excitoneurotoxic drug and not an additive.

Dr. Miguel Baret of the Dominican Republic cow's milk from 360 children's diets as it has specific protein that can cause diabetes, especially in children.  Instead they drank juice laced with aspartame, and many developed "abnormal restlessness, lack of concentration, irritability and depression."  When Dr. Baret removed it "The results were astonishing.  Their symptoms disappeared in 4-6 days in ALL of them!  Thank you, Dr. Baret, for showing what aspartame does to the brains of our kids!  Since then aspartame experts provided information for a "Report For Schools":  http://www.mpwhi.com/report_ on_aspartame_and_children.htm It can be sent to Boards of Education, teachers, PTA, principals and other educators to save the children.  It was taken out of Chicago grammar and middle schools because of this report.  Play it forward!

What has been done to the children of the world is no supposition.  This is the bitter reality of Aspartame/NutraSweet/Equal/ Canderel/Benevia/ E951, the FDA/Coca Cola/Pepsi, and the hundreds of food, drink and drug makers who add to their products a known poison conceived in fraud and dedicated to the proposition that profit is ALL that matters!  Here is the FDA's own report of 92 symptoms including death. 

http://www.mpwhi.com/92_ aspartame_symptoms.pdf

Aspartame destroys young minds!  More and more educators rely on Ritalin, Prozac, and other psychoactive drugs to bring order to the classrooms.  So education is becoming medication.  The generic for Ritalin even has aspartame in it.  Do firemen fight smoke?  Aspartame is the fire, attention deficit discover (ADD) is the smoke from a raging atrocity consuming the brains and lives of our children!  As this blazing conflagration spreads throughout the world the FDA even ignores the  harm to babies and children.  After once asking for the indictment of the manufacturer and revoking the petition for approval on my web site, www.mpwhi.com they now lie to the public and say its safe.  While products like Coke and Pepsi are labeled "Diet" with consumers getting fatter and fatter from the obesity triggered by aspartame six class actions have been filed for deceptive advertising.  The National Health Federation published the indepth story in "Health Freedom News", Winter 2017/Volume 35.  In "Sweet Remedy" a documentary on aspartame the ADD people were interviewed and admitted that before aspartame was approved they hardly used the term "ADD". 

https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=na9k53G3zds

Also, see the documentary on how aspartame has poisoned the world - "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" -

https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ZI7_8FDzuJE

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Founder
Mission Possible World Health Intl
www.mpwhi.com



An excellent Italian website re: Vic Scauberger's Repulsine & the Nazi Haunebu Program :

http://www.cieliparalleli.com/scienza-e-tecnologia/il-motore-levitante-repulsin-di-viktor-schauberger.html

Il motore a repulsione e levitante di Viktor Schauberger

http://www.laesieworks.com/ifo/lib/Viktor_Schauberger.html



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evGFWRXEzz8

Dr. Valter Longo on Resetting Autoimmunity and Rejuvenating Systems with Prolonged Fasting & the FMD

This episode is a spectacular round two podcast with Dr. Valter Longo. Dr. Longo is the current director of the longevity institute at the University of Southern California and also director of the Oncology and Longevity Program at the Institute of Molecular Oncology Foundation in Milan, Italy. Dr. Longo’s research focuses understanding the biological mechanisms that regulate the aging process, the role of fasting and diet in longevity and healthspan in humans as well as metabolic fasting therapies for the treatment of human age-related diseases, including those of autoimmune origin and cancer.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ofh_S52Uks

The Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame (1971) - Full Album (HQ)



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkzuqViGl0w

Kidney failure reversed by accident - Not baking soda or vegetable diet
 
Increased my kidney function damage 11 points in 9 days - Amazing results of how I accidentally improved my kidney function dramatically in 9 days, because of what I did to try to help another ailment. Also how well baking soda and the raw vegetable diet worked for me, and how I have been able to improve my kidneys to a decent level for the past 3 years and even through 6 kidney damaging Cat Scans within a 15 month period.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CLRTa_ocmo

How To Make Parabolic Mirrors From Space Blankets




http://www.neonnettle.com/news/4416-pfizer-vice-president-blows-whistle-the-gardasil-vaccine-is-deadly-

Pfizer Vice President Blows Whistle: 'The Gardasil Vaccine Is Deadly' Big Pharma executive Dr. Peter Rost blows the whistle on vaccinations By: Jay Greenberg

 The former vice president of the world’s largest pharmaceutical company has blown the whistle to expose the true dangers of mandatory vaccinations. Dr. Peter Rost lifted the lid on vaccines and revealed that the Gardasil inoculation, in particular, is in fact, “deadly”. In a shocking exposé from one of the highest-ranking whistleblowers to date, Rost has also claimed that Big Pharma is purposely keeping the public unhealthy so they can make a fortune from continual treatments of illnesses rather than curing them. Dr. Rost made the revelations during an interview for the “One More Girl” documentary in which he candidly discussed how the main objective for vaccines and pharmaceutical drugs is to keep the public in a constant state of disease.
 
Rost also likened mandatory vaccinations to “child abuse” saying; “I would never vaccinate my children.”...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPiigWAn1WY

Carbon 60 - A Brief Introduction, Reported Benefits and Research



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOJZS6AeejA

Leaked FEMA Training Video Domestic Terrorism

This video shows FEMA agents telling new recruits that our founding fathers were "the first terrorists" and that any activist civilians who are dissatisfied with their current government are considered domestic terrorists by the CIA. The U.S. government, under a program called REX 84, runs approximately 3,708 detention camps nationwide. They are all fully operational and ready to recieve prisoners should the US government institute matial law. The Rex 84 Program was initially established as a way to deal with a mass exodus of illegal aliens crossing the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention centers by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons. Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local governments by the federal government. FEMA is the executive arm of the coming police state and thus will head up all operations. The Presidential Executive Orders already listed on the Federal Register also are part of the legal framework for this operation. The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Many also have an airport nearby. The majority of the camps can house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people. INFO ON ONE MILLION FEMA COFFINS: For an aerial view of these FEMA coffins, look it up in google maps (maps.google.com) or google earth by pasting in the following coordinates: 33°33'57.36"N 83°29'6.26"W This facility is located off Lions Club Road in Madison, GA. They allegedly will not answer inquiries about the purported use of the boxes. These coffins are stacked on pallets, upside down on each other (about 17 per pallet). Apparently the Government is expecting a million people to die relatively soon, and the Atlanta Airport is a major airline traffic hub, probably the biggest in the country, which means Georgia is a prime base to conduct military operations and coordination. It is also the home of the CDC, the Center for Disease Control. One million plastic coffins "just in case something happens". When has our government every been so efficient? There are over 3,700 FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) camps over the United States all fully staffed and operational, just waiting to take in the noncompliant population under the appropriate circumstances.



http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/osha-documentation-proves-fema-is-importing-hydrogen-cyanide-theres-only-one-possible-use/

OSHA Documentation Proves FEMA Is Importing Hydrogen Cyanide-There’s Only One Possible Use

...This purchase (hydrogen cyanide) marks the third time in twelve months FEMA will have used foreign distributors to procure lethal items that could be used to maim or kill law-abiding Americans. In January, FEMA received a shipment of five hundred Chinese-made “smart guillotines,” and in March, they secretly ordered thousands of guillotine blades from a Mexican metal factory in Juarez. ..

FEMA is a rogue organization and the fact that they have ordered hydrogen cyanide should be a major concern to all. Oh, you don’t think that they would do this?  then ask yourself why would anyone call the Founding Fathers terrorists? Why would DHS have already 600 billion rounds of hollow point ammunition to go with their 2500 assault vehicles? Are they being sent to Afghanistan or are they going to be turned loose on the American people?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbA9ALOrHaA

Stephen Hicks: Nietzsche Perfectly Forecasts the Postmodernist Left



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https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10214209265999655&id=1054795182

Warren E York -- In case you missed it the first time around. My paper on my take of the secret behind all the pyramids.  Updated paper... Enjoy ..

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B73Uhw7W3dmyOHB6YklPU2otLVE/view



Publius Julius Tacitus
"Idque apud imperitos humanitas vocabatur, cum pars servitutis esset."
( "Because they didn't know better, they called it civilization, when it was part of their slavery." )



Hillary the Elder sez :
"Carthago delenda est"
( "Carthage must be destroyed" )




https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2018/Q2/study-shows-ceramics-can-deform-like-metals-if-sintered-under-an-electric-field.html

Study shows ceramics can deform like metals if sintered under an electric field
by Kayla Wiles

Purdue researchers have observed a way that the brittle nature of ceramics can be overcome as they sustain heavy loads, leading to more resilient structures such as aircraft engine blade coatings and dental implants.

While inherently strong, most ceramics tend to fracture suddenly when just slightly strained under a load unless exposed to high temperatures. Structural ceramic components also require high temperatures to form in the first place through a lengthy process called sintering, in which a powdered material coalesces into a solid mass.

These issues are particularly problematic for ceramic coatings of metal engine blades intended to protect metal cores from a range of operational temperatures. A study published in Nature Communications demonstrates for the first time that applying an electric field to the formation of yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ), a typical thermal barrier ceramic, makes the material almost as plastic, or easily reshaped, as metal at room temperature. Engineers could also see cracks sooner since they start to slowly form at a moderate temperature as opposed to higher temperatures, giving them time to rescue a structure.

“In the past, when we applied a high load at lower temperatures, a large number of ceramics would fail catastrophically without warning,” said Xinghang Zhang, professor of materials engineering. “Now we can see the cracks coming, but the material stays together; this is predictable failure and much safer for the usage of ceramics.”

Recent studies have shown that applying an electric field, or “flash,” significantly accelerates the sintering process that forms YSZ and other ceramics, and at much lower furnace temperatures than conventional sintering. Flash-sintered ceramics also have very little porosity, which makes them more dense and therefore easier to deform. None have yet tested the ability of flash-sintered ceramics to change shape at room temperature or increasingly higher temperatures.

“YSZ is a very typical thermal barrier coating – it basically protects a metal core from heat,” said Haiyan Wang, Purdue’s Basil S. Turner Professor of Engineering. “But it tends to suffer from a lot of fractures when an engine heats up and cools down due to residual stresses.”
ductile-ceram In-situ compression tests revealed that ceramics are almost as ductile as metals at room temperature and increasingly higher temperatures. (Purdue University image/Vincent Walter) Download image

What allows metals to be fracture-resistant and easy to change shape is the presence of “defects,” or dislocations – extra planes of atoms that shuffle during deformation to make a material simply deform rather than break under a load.

“These dislocations will move under compression or tension, such that the material doesn’t fail,” said Jaehun Cho, a graduate research assistant in materials engineering.

Ceramics normally don’t form dislocations unless deformed at very high temperatures. Flash-sintering them, however, introduces these dislocations and creates a smaller grain size in the resulting material.

“Smaller grains, such as nanocrystalline grains, may slide as the ceramic material deforms, helping it to deform better,” Wang said.

Pre-existing dislocations and small grain sizes enabled a flash-sintered YSZ sample thinner than human hair to grow increasingly plastic between room temperature and 600 degrees Celsius when compressed, with cracks starting to slowly spread at 400 degrees as opposed to conventionally sintered YSZ that requires 800 degrees and higher to plastically deform.

Improved plasticity means more stability during operation at relatively low temperatures. The sample could also withstand almost as much compression strain as some metals do before cracks started to appear.

“Metals can be compressed to 10 or 20 percent strain, no problem, but ceramics often fracture into pieces if you compress them to less than 2-3 percent strain,” Zhang said. “We show that flash-sintered ceramics can be compressed to 7-10 percent without catastrophic fracture.”

Even when the sample did begin to crack, the cracks formed very slowly and did not result in complete collapse as would typically happen with conventional ceramics. The next steps would be using these principles to design even more resilient ceramic materials.

 The researchers would not have been able to perform in-situ experiments of a micron-sized ceramic sample without an in-situ nanomechanical testing tool inside a high-resolution scanning electron microscope equipped with a focused iron beam tool at Purdue’s Life Science Microscopy Center and an FEI Talos 200X electron microscope facility in Purdue’s Materials Engineering facility. Both microscopes were provided by Purdue’s Office of the Executive Vice President for Research and Partnerships and the Colleges of Engineering and Science. Purdue is expecting an even higher-resolution aberration-corrected microscope that the researchers will soon use for future nanomaterials research.

High temperature deformability of ductile flash sintered ceramics via in-situ compression
Jaehun Cho, et al.



Good News !

https://www.rt.com/news/431845-paochers-killed-by-lions/

Karma bites: Rhino poachers mauled and eaten by lions in South Africa



https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpla/article/PIIS2542-5196(18)30140-2/fulltext
https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(18)30140-2

The 2016 global and national burden of diabetes mellitus attributable to PM2·5 air pollution
Benjamin Bowe, et al.

Summary
Background

PM2·5 air pollution is associated with increased risk of diabetes; however, a knowledge gap exists to further define and quantify the burden of diabetes attributable to PM2·5 air pollution. Therefore, we aimed to define the relationship between PM2·5 and diabetes. We also aimed to characterise an integrated exposure response function and to provide a quantitative estimate of the global and national burden of diabetes attributable to PM2·5.

Research in context

Evidence before this study

Previous epidemiological evidence suggests that environmental exposure to PM2·5 is associated with risk of diabetes. However, the Lancet Commission on pollution and health identified knowledge gaps and outlined several research recommendations including the need to further “define and quantify the burden of diabetes attributable to PM2·5 air pollution”.

Added value of this study

This study addresses the research recommendation and provides evidence that ambient PM2·5 pollution is associated with increased risk of diabetes. We examined the association in a longitudinal cohort of about 1·7 million US veterans, in which we control for relevant individual-level variables and ecological characteristics. We tested a positive control, as well as negative outcome and exposure controls to address concern about spurious causal inference. The study synthesised previous evidence to build an integrated exposure response function to characterise the risk of diabetes across all PM2·5 concentrations experienced by humans. The integrated exposure response function was non-linear in that risk increased substantially above PM2·5 concentrations of 2·4 µg/m3, and then exhibited a more moderate increase in risk at concentrations above 10 µg/m3. Additionally, the study suggests that in 2016, there were about 3·2 million cases of incident diabetes, and about 8·2 million healthy life years lost due to diabetes attributable to air pollution. The burden varied substantially by geography and was most pronounced in less developed countries.

Implications of all the available evidence

Taken together, the findings address the knowledge gap outlined in the Lancet Commission on pollution and health to “define and quantify the burden of diabetes attributable to PM2·5 air pollution”. Most importantly, the study shows that substantial risk exists at concentrations well below those outlined in the air quality standards of WHO and national and international regulatory agencies. Although the non-linearity of the integrated exposure response function suggests modest reduction in risk unless PM2·5 is decreased substantially in high-pollution areas, given the considerable number of people living in heavily polluted geographies, even incremental reductions in PM2·5 will ameliorate the burden of diabetes. Finally, we observed that the burden of diabetes attributable to PM2·5 exhibited substantial geographical variability, and was more skewed towards regions that are least prepared to cope with the consequences of this excess burden. The results will possibly be helpful to promote the public's awareness about the effect of PM2·5 pollution on the risk of diabetes, and serve to inform and guide policy making aimed at addressing health consequences of environmental air pollution.




New 7T MRIs drive Hg out of dental fillings

https://www.sciencealert.com/next-gen-medical-devices-are-so-strong-the-mercury-in-your-fillings-could-leak-out

These Powerful New Medical Devices Could Make Mercury Leak Out of Your Dental Work
by David Nield

The good news: we're getting new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) devices that are several steps more powerful and useful than our existing machines - meaning we'll get more detailed images of the body. The not-so-good news: these devices are so strong, they could cause the mercury in your tooth fillings to leak out.



https://www.sciencealert.com/how-to-fool-facial-recognition-technology-with-juggalo-makeup

Insane Clown Makeup Can Help You Dodge Facial Recognition Systems
KRISTIN HOUSER

Looking for a reason to become a Juggalo?

Twitter user @tahkion has discovered a new way to beat facial recognition systems, computer programs that analyze images or videos of people's faces for the purposes of identifying them.

In a series of tweets on Saturday, the computer science blogger for WonderHowTo described how the face makeup favored by Juggalos - die-hard fans of the musical group Insane Clown Posse - confuses the systems to the point they can't accurately identify people.

    i made a breakthrough. it turns out juggalo makeup defeats facial recognition successfully. if you want to avoid surveillance, become a juggalo i guess pic.twitter.com/kEh7fUQeXq
    — TAHKION (@tahkion) July 1, 2018

According to @tahkion, the key to the success of the makeup is where you put the paint. Blacking out the area below the mouth but above the chin - as many Juggalos do - tricks facial recognition systems into identifying jawline much closer to the mouth than it really is.

This prevents the system from accurately connecting a person in Juggalo makeup to an image of that person without the makeup on.



http://blog.hasslberger.com/

Statistical Analysis of Isotope Masses: Electric forces may bind nucleus

This is a research done in the late nineties until 2003 by theoretical physicist C Johnson. Analysis of the official NIST data of nuclear energies indicates that there is a possibility atomic nuclei may be held together by electric forces rather than the special nuclear forces that are postulated in the standard model. This data, if confirmed by other researchers, could lead to a re-thinking and simplification of particle physics. The troublesome weak and strong nuclear binding forces of current theory may well turn out to be superfluous.

http://mb-soft.com/public2/nuclei6.html

Nuclear Physics - Statistical Analysis of Isotope Masses

A thorough analysis of the respected NIST data regarding the precise known masses (weights) of all known atomic isotopes has resulted in a number of surprising conclusions...

This analysis of the precise NIST data seems to indicate that there is NO energy which exists within any atomic nuclei to account for the existence of ANY pi-mesons, OR for the necessary Binding Energy of any neutrons, OR of any ultra-powerful Strong Nuclear Force, or any Neutrinos. This research has resulted in a far simpler and more logical description of atomic nuclei. It also entirely complies with the known Laws of Science! NO (unseen) Strong Nuclear Force which allegedly works at an Inverse-Fifth-Power distance, except then also REVERSES its effect at really short dimensions, is either necessary or represented by any energy source. This analysis will show that when the total Rest masses of the component protons and electrons are added together for any atomic nucleus, plus a specific amount of relatively consistent (relativistic) kinetic energy for each of the Migrating internal electrons, virtually all of the Rest Mass of ANY nucleus can be described (and therefore mathematically predicted quite accurately). That kinetic energy of the internal Migrating electrons is exactly like the kinetic energy (which we call Binding Energy) that orbiting electrons have. In both cases, the kinetic energy arose as a result of the electron falling from an infinite distance to its functional radius of orbit, whether inside or outside the nucleus, which therefore Conserves Energy. Angular Momentum is also Conserved in very simple and obvious ways.
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https://www.seas.harvard.edu/content/breakthrough-algorithm-exponentially-faster-than-any-previous-one

“Breakthrough” algorithm exponentially faster than any previous one
Smarter, faster algorithm cuts number of steps to solve problems

By Leah Burrows

What if a large class of algorithms used today — from the algorithms that help us avoid traffic to the algorithms that identify new drug molecules — worked exponentially faster?

Computer scientists at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a completely new kind of algorithm, one that exponentially speeds up computation by dramatically reducing the number of parallel steps required to reach a solution.

The theoretical research was presented at the ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC), June 25-29 and the experimental research will be presented at the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), July 10 -15.

A lot of so-called optimization problems, problems that find the best solution from all possible solutions, such as mapping the fastest route from point A to point B, rely on sequential algorithms that haven’t changed since they were first described in the 1970s.  These algorithms solve a problem by following a sequential step-by-step process. The number of steps is proportional to the size of the data. But this has led to a computational bottleneck, resulting in lines of questions and areas of research that are just too computationally expensive to explore.

“These optimization problems have a diminishing returns property,” said Yaron Singer, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at SEAS and senior author of the research.  “As an algorithm progresses, its relative gain from each step becomes smaller and smaller.” 
Yaron Singer, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at SEAS, designed a new type of algorithm. (Photo courtesy of Eliza Grinnell/Harvard SEAS)
Yaron Singer, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at SEAS, designed a new type of algorithm. (Photo courtesy of Eliza Grinnell/Harvard SEAS)

Singer and his colleague asked: what if, instead of taking hundreds or thousands of small steps to reach a solution, an algorithm could take just a few leaps?

“This algorithm and general approach allows us to dramatically speed up computation for an enormously large class of problems across many different fields, including computer vision, information retrieval, network analysis, computational biology, auction design, and many others,” said Singer. “We can now perform computations in just a few seconds that would have previously taken weeks or months.”

“This new algorithmic work, and the corresponding analysis, opens the doors to new large-scale parallelization strategies that have much larger speedups than what has ever been possible before,” said Jeff Bilmes, Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington, who was not involved in the research. “These abilities will, for example, enable real-world summarization processes to be developed at unprecedented scale.”

Traditionally, algorithms for optimization problems narrow down the search space for the best solution one step at a time. In contrast, this new algorithm samples a variety of directions in parallel. Based on that sample, the algorithm discards low-value directions from its search space and chooses the most valuable directions to progress towards a solution.

Take this toy example:

You’re in the mood to watch a movie similar to The Avengers. A traditional recommendation algorithm would sequentially add a single movie in every step which has similar attributes to those of The Avengers. In contrast, the new algorithm samples a group of movies at random, discarding those that are too dissimilar to The Avengers. What’s left is a batch of movies that are diverse (after all, you don’t want ten Batman movies) but similar to The Avengers. The algorithm continues to add batches in every step until it has enough movies to recommend.

This process of adaptive sampling is key to the algorithm’s ability to make the right decision at each step.

“Traditional algorithms for this class of problem greedily add data to the solution while considering the entire dataset at every step,” said Eric Balkanski, a graduate student at SEAS and co-author of the research. “The strength of our algorithm is that in addition to adding data, it also selectively prunes data that will be ignored in future steps.”

In experiments, Singer and Balkanski demonstrated that their algorithm could sift through a data set which contained 1 million ratings from 6,000 users on 4,000 movies and recommend a personalized and diverse collection of movies for an individual user 20 times faster than the state-of-the-art.

The researchers also tested the algorithm on a taxi dispatch problem, where there are a certain number of taxis and the goal is to pick the best locations to cover the maximum number of potential customers. Using a dataset of two million taxi trips from the New York City taxi and limousine commission, the adaptive-sampling algorithm found solutions 6 times faster.

“This gap would increase even more significantly on larger scale applications, such as clustering biological data, sponsored search auctions, or social media analytics,” said Balkanski.

Of course, the algorithm’s potential extends far beyond movie recommendations and taxi dispatch optimizations. It could be applied to:

    designing clinical trials for drugs to treat Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, obesity, diabetes, hepatitis C, HIV and more
    evolutionary biology to find good representative subsets of different collections of genes from large datasets of genes from different species
    designing sensor arrays for medical imaging
    identifying drug-drug interaction detection from online health forums

This process of active learning is key to the algorithm’s ability to make the right decision at each step and solves the problem of diminishing returns.

“This research is a real breakthrough for large-scale discrete optimization,” said Andreas Krause, professor of Computer Science at ETH Zurich, who was not involved in the research. “One of the biggest challenges in machine learning is finding good, representative subsets of data from large collections of images or videos to train machine learning models.  This research could identify those subsets quickly and have substantial practical impact on these large-scale data summarization problems.”

Singer-Balkanski model and variants of the algorithm developed in the paper could also be used to more quickly assess the accuracy of a machine learning model, said Vahab Mirrokni, a principal scientist at Google Research, who was not involved in the research.

“In some cases, we have a black-box access to the model accuracy function which is time-consuming to compute,” said Mirrokni.  “At the same time, computing model accuracy for many feature settings can be done in parallel. This adaptive optimization framework is a great model for these important settings and the insights from the algorithmic techniques developed in this framework can have deep impact in this important area of machine learning research."

Singer and Balkanski are continuing to work with practitioners on implementing the algorithm.



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https://gizmodo.com/these-academics-spent-the-last-year-testing-whether-you-1826961188

These Academics Spent the Last Year Testing Whether Your Phone Is Secretly Listening to You
Kashmir Hill

It’s the smartphone conspiracy theory that just won’t go away: Many, many people are convinced that their phones are listening to their conversations to target them with ads. Vice recently fueled the paranoia with an article that declared “Your phone is listening and it’s not paranoia,” a conclusion the author reached based on a 5-day experiment where he talked about “going back to uni” and “needing cheap shirts” in front of his phone and then saw ads for shirts and university classes on Facebook.

(For what it’s worth, I also frequently see ads for shirts on Facebook, but I’m past the age of the target audience for back-to-school propaganda.)

Some computer science academics at Northeastern University had heard enough people talking about this technological myth that they decided to do a rigorous study to tackle it. For the last year, Elleen Pan, Jingjing Ren, Martina Lindorfer, Christo Wilson, and David Choffnes ran an experiment involving more than 17,000 of the most popular apps on Android to find out whether any of them were secretly using the phone’s mic to capture audio. The apps included those belonging to Facebook, as well as over 8,000 apps that send information to Facebook.

Sorry, conspiracy theorists: They found no evidence of an app unexpectedly activating the microphone or sending audio out when not prompted to do so. Like good scientists, they refuse to say that their study definitively proves that your phone isn’t secretly listening to you, but they didn’t find a single instance of it happening. Instead, they discovered a different disturbing practice: apps recording a phone’s screen and sending that information out to third parties.

Of the 17,260 apps the researchers looked at, over 9,000 had permission to access the camera and microphone and thus the potential to overhear the phone’s owner talking about their need for cat litter or about how much they love a certain brand of gelato....

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https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/research/a21987787/tnt-replacement-bis-oxadiazole-los-alamos/?utm_source=reddit.com

So Long TNT, There's a New Explosive in Town

Bis-oxadiazole could replace TNT and other explosives in military ordnance.

...For more than 100 years, TNT has been the premier mixture of chemicals for blowing things up, and it's even used as a metric to measure the yield of nuclear explosions and other monumental blasts. But new research out of Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Army Research Laboratory has discovered a new chemical, bis-oxadiazole (C6H4N6O8), that has many of the advantages of TNT, is thought to be less toxic to produce, and makes a bigger bang.

"It would be about 1.5 times the power of TNT," says David Chavez, an explosives chemist at Los Alamos who worked on the new molecule. "So fairly energetic, quite a nice improvement compared to TNT."...

Searching for a substitute has been an ongoing effort spanning decades, and in 2016, ARL synthesized a compound with some promising results. Bis-isoxazole, as the compound is known, proved to be cleaner than TNT and melt-castable, but not as powerful. Working with Los Alamos, the Army set out to tweak the recipe.

Bis-isoxazole consists of two five-atom rings with three carbon atoms, one nitrogen, and one oxygen. By swapping out a carbon atom for another nitrogen, the chemists knew they would produce a compound with a higher explosive yield, though they did not know if it would be melt-castable. "There is really no way to predict melting point," Sabatini says. ..


https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.oprd.8b00076
Org. Process Res. Dev., 2018, 22 (6), pp 736–740
DOI: 10.1021/acs.oprd.8b00076

“Bis(1,2,4-oxadiazole) Bis(methylene) Dinitrate: A High-Energy Melt-Castable Explosive and Energetic Propellant Plasticizing Ingredient,”
Eric C. Johnson, et al.

Discussed herein is the synthesis of bis(1,2,4-oxadiazole)bis(methylene) dinitrate, determination of its crystal structure by X-ray diffractometry, calculations of its explosive performance, and sensitivity measurements. Steps taken to optimize the synthesis process and to improve yields of the dinitrate are also discussed. Bis(1,2,4-oxadiazole)bis(methylene) dinitrate has a calculated detonation pressure 50% higher than that of TNT. The dinitrate compound exhibits a relatively high decomposition temperature that is rarely observed for nitrate-based compounds. The dinitrate was found to have lower sensitivities to impact and friction compared with RDX. It is believed that intramolecular hydrogen bonding observed in the crystal lattice assists in the relatively high thermal stability and relatively low sensitivity of the material.

https://www.dsiac.org/resources/news/army-scientists-synthesize-high-performing-energetic-material

Army Scientists Synthesize High-Performing Energetic Material
David McNally, ARL Public Affairs

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. (May 3, 2016) — Army scientists are on the trail of new high-performing energetic materials.Scientists at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory recently synthesized a new material called bis-isoxazole tetranitrate, or BITN, with potential applications in propulsion and lethality.“BITN has a strong potential for improving insensitive munitions characteristics for gun and rocket propellants” said Dr. Jesse J. Sabatini, team leader of the Energetics Synthesis Team within ARL’s Weapons and Materials Research Directorate.Insensitive munitions are chemically stable enough to withstand mechanical shocks, fire and impact by shrapnel, but still explode as intended to destroy their targets, he said.The Joint Insensitive Munitions Technology Program funds efforts to improve response to several scenarios, such as slow cook-off, bullet and fragment impact.“It’s been extremely challenging due to the bulk of sensitive energetic ingredients typically used in many of these munitions,” Sabatini said.In an effort to develop even denser, higher-performing energetic ingredients for propellant and explosive applications, Army researchers are now making derivatives of BITN. Sabatini predicted the derivatives will have high densities, detonation pressures and detonation velocities.“In assessing whether BITN and its derivatives are suitable targets to be synthesized, we have been consulting with colleagues at the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama,” Sabatini said. “The collaboration serves as a prime example as to what can be accomplished when organizations work together. AMRDEC approached us with a particular need, and we were honored to play a role in helping them.”





https://www.rt.com/news/431095-gene-cause-aging-identified/

Fountain of youth? Scientists pinpoint gene related to aging

 There may have been a major scientific breakthrough in understanding aging, as scientists have identified a gene that plays a key role in kick-starting the process that makes cells start turning "old."

Researchers from the University of Buffalo in New York have discovered that one particular gene, CD36, triggers the beginning of the phenomenon of senescence. After it is activated, cells stop dividing and start to wither.

Senescence is a natural occurrence in the life cycle of every cell. It has long been the focus of medical research, because senescent cells are thought to contribute to a range of ailments, from heart disease and cataracts to arthritis.

The new study, published in the journal Molecular Omics, found that CD36 was particularly active in older, senescent cells. The scientists were also able to cause young, healthy cells to quickly act as if they were old by increasing their CD36 activity.

“What we found was very surprising,” one of the researchers, Ekin Atilla-Gokcumen, explained. “Senescence is a very complex process, and we didn’t expect that altering expression of one gene could spark it, or cause the same effect in surrounding cells.”

The researchers did not set out to investigate CD36. Rather, they wanted to catalogue all genes related to the aging of cells. They were particularly interested in the lipid-related genes that are involved in this process, because previous studies have shown that lipids play an important role in cellular aging.

CD36 quickly emerged as a gene of interest because it repeatedly popped up in different tests designed to capture the factors that cause cell aging.

While the discovery is exciting, the gene’s exact role in the aging process remains shrouded in mystery. Scientists know that CD36 guides the body in building a protein that sits on the surface of cells, but what exactly the protein does is still being studied. The researchers say the gene represents an exciting topic for deeper research into how cells age.

“Our research identifies CD36 as a candidate for further study. Senescence is a fundamental aspect of being a cell, but there is still a lot that we don’t know about it,” said Omer Gokcumen, one of the paper’s authors. “Senescence seems to have implications for old age and cancer, so understanding it is very important.”



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J75-UsMhKBo

Douglas Murray; Brings America A Very Real Warning

Douglas Kear Murray (born 16 July 1979) is a British author, journalist, and political commentator. He is the founder of the Centre for Social Cohesion and is the associate director of the Henry Jackson Society and associate editor of The Spectator, a British magazine discussing culture and politics.[1][2] Murray writes for a number of publications, including Standpoint, The Wall Street Journal and The Spectator. He is the author of Neoconservatism: Why We Need It (2005), Bloody Sunday: Truths, Lies and the Saville Inquiry (2011) and The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam (2017).



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SYCHtYidAo

Ocean Currents Disruption: Slower and Wavier
Paul Beckwith

Cutting edge science finds ocean currents slowing down. We all know the equator is warm and poles are cold. This temperature difference causes heat flow from the equator to poles. As the Arctic warms like crazy, heat flow there slows, thus jet streams slow and are wavier; the same slowing and waviness increase happens with ocean currents. If sluggish ocean currents (slowing of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation) halt or redistribute, we are in for a heap of chaotic climate change mayhem.

How close are we to shutdown...



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Academic oligarchy: Majority of science publishing is controlled by just six companies
by Ethan A. Huff

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The flow of science in this modern age is largely controlled by just six corporate publishing groups, which by calculated design have been gobbling up the journal market since at least the 1970s. And a new study out of Canada reveals that this mass consolidation of publishing power is, to a large extent, skewing what passes as scientific progress.

Researchers from the University of Montreal pored through the whole of scientific literature published between 1973 and 2013 and found that the publishing realm has changed dramatically during this time. Many smaller publishers have been absorbed into larger ones, for instance, and academic research groups have become increasingly beholden to the interests of these major publishers, which tend to favor large industries like pharmaceuticals and vaccines.

Much of the independence that was once cherished within the scientific community, in other words, has gone by the wayside as these major publishers have taken control and now dictate what types of content get published. The result is a publishing oligopoly in which scientists are muzzled by and overarching trend toward politically correct, and industry-favoring, "science."

"Overall, the major publishers control more than half of the market of scientific papers both in the natural and medical sciences and in the social sciences and humanities," said Professor Vincent Lariviere, lead author of the study from the University of Montreal's School of Library and Information Science.

"Furthermore, these large commercial publishers have huge sales, with profit margins of nearly 40%. While it is true that publishers have historically played a vital role in the dissemination of scientific knowledge in the print era, it is questionable whether they are still necessary in today's digital era."..

Six major publishers control fields of chemistry, psychology and social sciences

The fields most controlled by this academic oligarchy include those dealing with chemistry, psychology, social sciences and the professional fields. On the flip side, biomedical research, physics, and the arts and humanities are influenced to a much lesser degree by these six corporate publishers, according to the study.

What this suggests is that, over time, certain disciplines have become more corrupted than others as they've been absorbed into the corporate publishing fold. Such content, though often skewed, is highly profitable for publishers which not only don't have to pay for the articles they publish but also resell such content digitally at profit margins upwards of 40%.

"As long as publishing in high impact factor journals is a requirement for researchers to obtain positions, research funding, and recognition from peers, the major commercial publishers will maintain their hold on the academic publishing system," added Lariviere.

Publishing in one of "Big Six" corporate journals doesn't add value, study finds
But does publishing in high-impact journals really make much of a difference in terms of article exposure and the quantity of citations? Not really, the researchers found. The reach is roughly the same, they found, except that smaller publishers are less likely to be actively promoting a special interest agenda, and are thus less likely censor science that doesn't correspond with the official narrative.

"One would expect that a major publisher acquiring a journal would have the effect of increasing the latter's visibility," said Lariviere. "However, our study shows that there is no clear increase in terms of citations after switching from a small to large publisher."

"Our findings question the real added value of big publishers. Ultimately, the question is whether the services provided to the scientific community by these publishers warrant the growing share of university budgets allocated to them."

Sources for this article include:

http://www.nouvelles.umontreal.ca/udem-news/news/20150610-five-companies-control-more-than-half-of-academic-publishing.html

http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0127502



https://thecostaricanews.com/tico-scientist-obtains-energy-plants/

Costa Rican Scientist Obtains Energy from Plants

I have managed to charge a battery with the energy of a plant.
by Gabriel Azuaje

Would you like to charge your mobile phone through a plant? This is viable thanks to the research carried out by the chemist Isaac Céspedes Camacho, who devised a mechanism to take advantage of the energy produced during the process of photosynthesis, re-direct it to a solar cell and, from there, drive it through a cable to the battery of the phone.

It is just the 1st practical example of many other uses that may be given in the future to this new source of alternative energy, said Céspedes, a professor at the Technological Institute of Costa Rica (ITCR).

According to him, little energy was obtained (the mobile phone could be charged by 30%). They were able to verify that it is possible to imitate what the vegetation does, that is, capture the sunlight and convert this energy light in chemical energy, which is what plants then use to perform all of their functions.

“From now on, the challenge is to enhance this energy. I hope that in a few years, maybe 2, we can develop more advanced equipment that allows us to obtain high amounts of clean energy, which can be used in our electronic equipment such as computers and appliances and other practical uses,” said the scientist.

The so-called spins (a property of the electron) located in the leaves are, in fact, responsible throughout this process of energy generation.

Spins: key pieces

But, what does it consist of? Céspedes explains it in a simple way. There are several components which interact in photosynthesis; sunlight, for example, generates a reaction in the plant where the electrons intervene and, within them, there are the spins. These, in turn, react due to the magnetic field of the Earth, generating electric energy.

“This is the 1st time that the influence of spins on photosynthetic organisms and magnetic fields close to our planet is measured. With this discovery, it opens a door to a number of practical applications, using spins as an alternative energy source, which is not only safe but clean”, said the researcher.

Previously, other findings around the world had made experiments on organisms that made photosynthesis but at very high magnetic fields. These results gave useful information but were not practical. The challenge was to look for lower magnetic fields, although there is the recent discovery of the Costa Rican scientist to imitate what plants do.

1st steps

The history of his findings dates back 4 years ago when he was doing his 1st research with the nuclear magnetic resonance teams in the Netherlands (in Europe). There, he realized the role that spins have during photosynthesis and that, perhaps, energy could be obtained from them. With this concern, he returned to Costa Rica to continue his research and join the national efforts to look for alternative energy sources.

In order to achieve this, he sought support from other scientists at the University of Leipzig, Germany. Engineers from Bruker Biospin (a company that manufactures scientific instrumentation), and ITCR professionals, specifically from the School of Chemistry and Environmental Engineering, finally joined his project. Currently, the research involves an interdisciplinary team composed of chemists, electrical engineers, physicists, mathematicians, and biochemists.

“There is much to do. You have to study different plants (up to now, only aquatic plants have been used) and organisms that produce photosynthesis, and analyze the chemical reactions of their spins in order to generalize our discovery to the whole plant world. We have to scale up what we have obtained in the laboratory, that is, be able to design and build a team that imitates the photosynthetic process and generates a considerable amount of energy”, the Costa Rican scientist concluded.



https://physicsworld.com/a/topological-semimetals-go-thermoelectric/

Topological semimetals go thermoelectric
by Belle Dumé

Strong magnetic fields help thermoelectrics harvest heat

When topological nodal semimetals are placed in a strong magnetic field, they become very good at converting heat current into electric power. That’s the new result from researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who say that the efficiency of these materials in fact becomes much higher than the upper limits known to exist for any other class of thermoelectric material known today.

“This is exciting because if we can get really good at converting heat current to electric power by exploiting the thermoelectric effect, this will allow for a lot of useful technologies,” says physicist Brian Skinner, who led this research effort together with colleague Liang Fu. “For example, we could recover the waste heat from a car engine or a power plant and use this heat to power electrical devices. Or we could make new kinds of refrigerators or heaters that are very efficient and have no moving parts.”
Boosting the thermoelectric effect

A temperature gradient applied across a solid material containing free charge carriers (electrons and holes) produces a voltage gradient as the carriers migrate from the hot side of the material to the cold side. The strength of this thermoelectric effect is characterized by its thermopower (or Seebeck coefficient), which is the ratio of the voltage difference to the temperature difference across a material.

Finding materials with a large thermopower is crucial for developing devices that can transform waste heat into useful electric power. Most thermoelectric materials made thus far don’t have a very large thermopower, and so can’t be used in real-world practical applications. This is partly because it is difficult to provide enough thermal energy to electrons so that they can cross the material’s energy bandgap and migrate across the material.

Skinner and Fu have now found that they can overcome this problem by applying a strong magnetic field to doped nodal semimetals. “We studied the generic behaviour of these materials theoretically, and then looked specifically at lead tin selenide (PbSnSe),” explains Skinner. “The thermoelectric properties of this material have been found to have interesting features under intense magnetic fields of 35 Tesla.”

In PbSnSe, electrons and holes move in opposite directions under a strong magnetic field, explains Skinner. “Electrons move towards the cold side of the material and holes towards the hot side. Since both holes and electrons contribute additively to the thermopower under a high magnetic field (rather than subtractively as in the absence of a field), in principle you could get a bigger and bigger voltage out of the same material just by making the magnetic field stronger.”

18% of heat converted into electricity

Thanks to theoretical simulations, the researchers were able to calculate the material’s figure of merit, the ZT, which is a measure of how close a material is to the theoretical limit for generating power from heat. They found that under a magnetic field of around 30 Tesla, PbSnSe can reach a ZT of around 10. This is about five times larger than the value for the best thermoelectric materials available today, they say.

“This means that if the material is heated to about 500 K (around 227 °C), under such a high field, it should be able to convert 18% of that heat into electricity,” adds Skinner. “To compare, materials with a ZT of 2 can only convert 8%.”

But a magnetic field of 30 Tesla is huge, admits Skinner, and for such materials to be practical in everyday applications they would need to work in the 1-2 Tesla range. “To achieve this, we would need extremely clean topological semimetal materials containing few impurities,” says Skinner. “Although PbSnSe is relatively clean, there might be better materials that could generate the same amount of thermopower under a smaller magnetic field.”

The researchers, reporting their work in Science Advances, say they will now be looking at other classes of materials. “In the present study, we investigated the ‘Dirac semimetals’, but there are new classes of materials that have been discovered recently that might be just as good for the applications we have in mind,” Skinner continues. “What we’re hoping is that our results will kick off a flurry of activity investigating thermoelectric effects in semimetals under large magnetic fields.”

http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/5/eaat2621.full
http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/5/eaat2621?rss=1
cience Advances  25 May 2018: Vol. 4, no. 5, eaat2621
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat2621

Large, nonsaturating thermopower in a quantizing magnetic field
Brian Skinner and Liang Fu

Abstract
The thermoelectric effect is the generation of an electrical voltage from a temperature gradient in a solid material due to the diffusion of free charge carriers from hot to cold. Identifying materials with a large thermoelectric response is crucial for the development of novel electric generators and coolers. We theoretically consider the thermopower of Dirac/Weyl semimetals subjected to a quantizing magnetic field. We contrast their thermoelectric properties with those of traditional heavily doped semiconductors and show that, under a sufficiently large magnetic field, the thermopower of Dirac/Weyl semimetals grows linearly with the field without saturation and can reach extremely high values. Our results suggest an immediate pathway for achieving record-high thermopower and thermoelectric figure of merit, and they compare well with a recent experiment on Pb1–xSnxSe.



http://www.neonnettle.com/news/4416-pfizer-vice-president-blows-whistle-the-gardasil-vaccine-is-deadly-

Pfizer Vice President Blows Whistle: 'The Gardasil Vaccine Is Deadly' Big Pharma executive Dr. Peter Rost blows the whistle on vaccinations By: Jay Greenberg

 
The former vice president of the world’s largest pharmaceutical company has blown the whistle to expose the true dangers of mandatory vaccinations. Dr. Peter Rost lifted the lid on vaccines and revealed that the Gardasil inoculation, in particular, is in fact, “deadly”. In a shocking exposé from one of the highest-ranking whistleblowers to date, Rost has also claimed that Big Pharma is purposely keeping the public unhealthy so they can make a fortune from continual treatments of illnesses rather than curing them. Dr. Rost made the revelations during an interview for the “One More Girl” documentary in which he candidly discussed how the main objective for vaccines and pharmaceutical drugs is to keep the public in a constant state of disease.
 
Rost also likened mandatory vaccinations to “child abuse” saying; “I would never vaccinate my children.”...
 



http://dailycaller.com/2018/06/30/la-raza-name-but-still-sick-racist-group/

La Raza Has Changed Its Name But Don’t Be Fooled: It’s Still A SICK, RACIST Group
Lloyd Billingsley | Policy Fellow, Independent Institute
 



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPiigWAn1WY

Carbon 60 - A Brief Introduction, Reported Benefits and Research



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOJZS6AeejA

Leaked FEMA Training Video Domestic Terrorism

This video shows FEMA agents telling new recruits that our founding fathers were "the first terrorists" and that any activist civilians who are dissatisfied with their current government are considered domestic terrorists by the CIA. The U.S. government, under a program called REX 84, runs approximately 3,708 detention camps nationwide. They are all fully operational and ready to recieve prisoners should the US government institute matial law. The Rex 84 Program was initially established as a way to deal with a mass exodus of illegal aliens crossing the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention centers by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons. Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local governments by the federal government. FEMA is the executive arm of the coming police state and thus will head up all operations. The Presidential Executive Orders already listed on the Federal Register also are part of the legal framework for this operation. The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Many also have an airport nearby. The majority of the camps can house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people. INFO ON ONE MILLION FEMA COFFINS: For an aerial view of these FEMA coffins, look it up in google maps (maps.google.com) or google earth by pasting in the following coordinates: 33°33'57.36"N 83°29'6.26"W This facility is located off Lions Club Road in Madison, GA. They allegedly will not answer inquiries about the purported use of the boxes. These coffins are stacked on pallets, upside down on each other (about 17 per pallet). Apparently the Government is expecting a million people to die relatively soon, and the Atlanta Airport is a major airline traffic hub, probably the biggest in the country, which means Georgia is a prime base to conduct military operations and coordination. It is also the home of the CDC, the Center for Disease Control. One million plastic coffins "just in case something happens". When has our government every been so efficient? There are over 3,700 FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) camps over the United States all fully staffed and operational, just waiting to take in the noncompliant population under the appropriate circumstances.



http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/osha-documentation-proves-fema-is-importing-hydrogen-cyanide-theres-only-one-possible-use/

OSHA Documentation Proves FEMA Is Importing Hydrogen Cyanide-There’s Only One Possible Use

...This purchase (hydrogen cyanide) marks the third time in twelve months FEMA will have used foreign distributors to procure lethal items that could be used to maim or kill law-abiding Americans. In January, FEMA received a shipment of five hundred Chinese-made “smart guillotines,” and in March, they secretly ordered thousands of guillotine blades from a Mexican metal factory in Juarez. ..

FEMA is a rogue organization and the fact that they have ordered hydrogen cyanide should be a major concern to all. Oh, you don’t think that they would do this?  then ask yourself why would anyone call the Founding Fathers terrorists? Why would DHS have already 600 billion rounds of hollow point ammunition to go with their 2500 assault vehicles? Are they being sent to Afghanistan or are they going to be turned loose on the American people?



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Stephen Hicks: Nietzsche Perfectly Forecasts the Postmodernist Left



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Warren E York
In case you missed it the first time around. My paper on my take of the secret behind all the pyramids.  Updated paper :Enjoy ..

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https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2018/Q2/study-shows-ceramics-can-deform-like-metals-if-sintered-under-an-electric-field.html

Study shows ceramics can deform like metals if sintered under an electric field
by Kayla Wiles

Purdue researchers have observed a way that the brittle nature of ceramics can be overcome as they sustain heavy loads, leading to more resilient structures such as aircraft engine blade coatings and dental implants.

While inherently strong, most ceramics tend to fracture suddenly when just slightly strained under a load unless exposed to high temperatures. Structural ceramic components also require high temperatures to form in the first place through a lengthy process called sintering, in which a powdered material coalesces into a solid mass.

These issues are particularly problematic for ceramic coatings of metal engine blades intended to protect metal cores from a range of operational temperatures. A study published in Nature Communications demonstrates for the first time that applying an electric field to the formation of yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ), a typical thermal barrier ceramic, makes the material almost as plastic, or easily reshaped, as metal at room temperature. Engineers could also see cracks sooner since they start to slowly form at a moderate temperature as opposed to higher temperatures, giving them time to rescue a structure.
electric-field Applying an electric field to ceramics during their formation gives them the metal-like characteristics needed for sustaining heavy loads without sudden collapse. (Purdue University image/Jaehun Cho) Download image

“In the past, when we applied a high load at lower temperatures, a large number of ceramics would fail catastrophically without warning,” said Xinghang Zhang, professor of materials engineering. “Now we can see the cracks coming, but the material stays together; this is predictable failure and much safer for the usage of ceramics.”

Recent studies have shown that applying an electric field, or “flash,” significantly accelerates the sintering process that forms YSZ and other ceramics, and at much lower furnace temperatures than conventional sintering. Flash-sintered ceramics also have very little porosity, which makes them more dense and therefore easier to deform. None have yet tested the ability of flash-sintered ceramics to change shape at room temperature or increasingly higher temperatures.

“YSZ is a very typical thermal barrier coating – it basically protects a metal core from heat,” said Haiyan Wang, Purdue’s Basil S. Turner Professor of Engineering. “But it tends to suffer from a lot of fractures when an engine heats up and cools down due to residual stresses.”
ductile-ceram In-situ compression tests revealed that ceramics are almost as ductile as metals at room temperature and increasingly higher temperatures. (Purdue University image/Vincent Walter) Download image

What allows metals to be fracture-resistant and easy to change shape is the presence of “defects,” or dislocations – extra planes of atoms that shuffle during deformation to make a material simply deform rather than break under a load.

“These dislocations will move under compression or tension, such that the material doesn’t fail,” said Jaehun Cho, a graduate research assistant in materials engineering.

Ceramics normally don’t form dislocations unless deformed at very high temperatures. Flash-sintering them, however, introduces these dislocations and creates a smaller grain size in the resulting material.

“Smaller grains, such as nanocrystalline grains, may slide as the ceramic material deforms, helping it to deform better,” Wang said.

Pre-existing dislocations and small grain sizes enabled a flash-sintered YSZ sample thinner than human hair to grow increasingly plastic between room temperature and 600 degrees Celsius when compressed, with cracks starting to slowly spread at 400 degrees as opposed to conventionally sintered YSZ that requires 800 degrees and higher to plastically deform.

Improved plasticity means more stability during operation at relatively low temperatures. The sample could also withstand almost as much compression strain as some metals do before cracks started to appear.

“Metals can be compressed to 10 or 20 percent strain, no problem, but ceramics often fracture into pieces if you compress them to less than 2-3 percent strain,” Zhang said. “We show that flash-sintered ceramics can be compressed to 7-10 percent without catastrophic fracture.”

Even when the sample did begin to crack, the cracks formed very slowly and did not result in complete collapse as would typically happen with conventional ceramics. The next steps would be using these principles to design even more resilient ceramic materials.

 The researchers would not have been able to perform in-situ experiments of a micron-sized ceramic sample without an in-situ nanomechanical testing tool inside a high-resolution scanning electron microscope equipped with a focused iron beam tool at Purdue’s Life Science Microscopy Center and an FEI Talos 200X electron microscope facility in Purdue’s Materials Engineering facility. Both microscopes were provided by Purdue’s Office of the Executive Vice President for Research and Partnerships and the Colleges of Engineering and Science. Purdue is expecting an even higher-resolution aberration-corrected microscope that the researchers will soon use for future nanomaterials research.






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http://rense.com/general96/human-gene-pool-has-been-permanently-harmed.html

Human Gene Pool Has Been Permanently Harmed By Aspartame Mitochondrial Sperm Damage
Decades of Multinational Aspartame Exposure; Epidemiology at work

By Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Dr. James Bowen And Stephen Fox
Exclusive To Rense

Fertility specialists around the world are now aware that since the advent of aspartame for human consumption that human and only human sperm quality is precipitously falling. Animal's sperm quality has not been so affected even though the human has been given the "worst of everything" including aspartame and preservatives which animals get little of, if any.  A preservative by definition has to kill everything of a microscopic nature that moves, reproduces or has a metabolism; otherwise it couldn't "preserve" things.

The chemical sensitivity engendered by NutraSweet makes the damage from toxins like preservatives, perfumes, etc. millions of times worse, i.e. the Persian Gulf Syndrome. The other factors known to damage sperm quality in humans are tobacco smoking and heavy metal poisoning.

The major sperm damaging agents in tobacco smoking just happen to be the same as a couple of the major toxins from NutraSweet - methyl alcohol and formaldehyde.  A pat up-front reason that aspartame was kept off the market for forty years after it was developed as a chemical warfare agent in “Operation Paper Clip" was that it was a patent chelating agent of toxic heavy metals, and if a Nutra-sweetened drink was ever poured into a metal or ceramic container before consumption it would chelate the toxic heavy metals from the container and, in chelated form, they would be directly absorbed by the body. Aluminum is an example.

The human body will not absorb dietary aluminum but if chelated it slips right into the body. Billions of aluminum cans of Nutra Sweetened pop are now being consumed annually and the establishment is peremptorily destroying any scientist who tries to even measure the amount of chelated aluminum coming out of the can into the human body or speak out about it.

Little surprise that human spermatozoa are on the wane.  185% of human spermatozoa now produced are genetically damaged.  They are sluggish, lack motility and are fragmented, damaged DNA which scientists attribute to chemical and free radicals; and the exposure to electromagnetic radiation from the many appliances with which humans surround themselves.  This poor quality of spermatozoa not only yields male infertility but does not bode well for the progeny of such sperm which makes procedures such as in vitro fertilization of questionable value because the only protective factor that was tended to, thus far, lessens damage to progeny is the sperm race to the first sperm to get to the ovum and fertilize it.

The rest of this article  will dwell largely on how the genetically damaged sperm are damaged in their fertility and ability to win the race to the egg and fertilize it, and will include as illustrations other relevant medical problems and medical science related to aspartame and its congeners. 

(Just an aside  - don't use sucralose or Splenda it's a biochemical analog of DDT that isn't even legal to allow into the environment and could hardly be conceived to be any less damaging to fertility than aspartame. Sugar - sucrose is the safest sweetener, and if you think you must have low calorie sweetener, saccharin or Stevia would be the safest although no calorie reduced sweeteners are truly safe because all non-nutritive sweeteners must be neuroexcitotoxins.   They must stimulate and damage those specialized nerve cells in the tongue to report sugar in the food when none is there. Anything that so severely damages normal neurologic functioning really doesn't belong in your diet...  "Just Like Sugar" is safe because it's made organically.

Now that aspartame has chemically hyper sensitized a large part of our population, even saccharin and Stevia can and do sometimes cause severe problems, so the only truly safe course is to stay away from all artificial sweeteners.

If something sounds "too good to be true," it not only is not true but as in the case, NutraSweet, is a cover for very dangerous lies. "High tech" does not carry any guarantee whatsoever of safety, and the time has come that your health demands that you seek out organically grown, preservative-free and additive-free food to protect your body.

By the way, "natural flavorings" on a food ingredient label merely means that it is not natural and they are not going to tell you what the name of the chemical or additive is! The end result is that dumb animals who cannot read labels have healthy sperm while "smart"  human beings have rapidly declining sperm quality and their offspring are now experiencing childhood brain cancers and leukemia as well as testicular cancers in their youth (just to mention a few of the exemplary damages to the progeny of damaged sperm).

Not only does Aspartame toxicity in addition to all its many other congeners (minor chemical constituents, especially ones that gives a distinctive character to a wine or liquor or is responsible for some of its physiological effects) produce the same tissue damages that electromagnetic radiation does.

However, the U.S. government, under prompting of the utilities industry, set up the U.S. electrical grid on a sixty cycle per second system which exposes us  in the U.S. to about 16 times as much electromagnetic radiation than is produced by the far safer fifty cycles per second system as are used in most developed countries. That is just the basic math of the emissions of EMR as the cycle rate of AC conducted electricity is increased. This additive EMR effect, of course, makes aspartame toxicity even more severe in the U.S.A., but, as I will elaborate, Aspartame is bad for everyone everywhere!

My previous article on DORway ("Aspartame is Genocide") describes the several well identified and distinct tasks that human spermatozoa have to excel at if they are to have any chance to win the race to the egg and fertilize it.  ( www.dorway.com data are now on www.mpwhi.com because the site was hacked because of its factual info on aspartame.  Dave Rietz started the web site, and later died from aspartame.)

The remarkable increase in spermatic dysfunction since the release of Aspartame for human consumption should come as no surprise in light of the known toxicities of Aspartame, it's components  and its congeners (congeners  = all the problematic compounds, reactions and problems that aspartame afflicts on the human organism from the time it is produced and on worlds ad infinitum).

As mentioned above, Aspartame damages spermatozoa through many toxic mechanisms.   I will further elaborate on two that are common to the most aspartame epidemics:   DNA damage especially Mt DNA (Mitochondrial DNA), causing a resulting persistent spermatic mitochondrial dysfunction and immunologic damage with hypersensitivity/ autoimmunity from formaldehyde induced adjuvency /antigenicity, which results in the production of anti-sperm antibodies.

Anti-sperm antibodies are a fairly common fertility problem ever precious to and in the absence of Aspartame because the spermatozoa are anti-genetically distinct from the male who produces them. The spermatozoa is a haploid having only half of each pair of chromosomes from the male progenitor which then are, in the case of each chromosome, either from the father or mother on a random basis.  Thus, the antigens produced are different and distinct from those of the progenitor.

Anything that calls this genetic difference to the attention of the immune system is likely to endanger the production of anti-sperm antibodies. One example is vasectomy, which often endangers anti-sperm antibodies because the sperm are impacted in the male genital system. Wives often become sensitized to their husbands' sperm and the couple thereby rendered infertile. Aspartame's well-known tendency to produce autoimmunity and hypersensitivity could only anticipate such an immune attack on the spermatozoa and afterwards in the female. The production of denatured protein by the endogenous "nascent"  formaldehyde from the obligatory  metabolism of methanol makes the aspartame derived nascent formaldehyde far more potent an adjuvant  than the exogenous, such as is commonly used as an adjuvant in vaccines to make them rapidly and patently immunosensitizing.    Because the generation of nascent formaldehyde occurs in the cell and inside the mitochondrion, the individual subcellular structures such as the mitochondria are likely to become discrete targets of the ensuing immune holocaust.

Anti-nuclear antibodies, ANA, as in Lupus erythematosus, etc., were one of the first to be recognized, and discussed previously in my articles.   Anti-mitochondrial antibody hepatitis appeared on the medical scene with the advent of NutraSweet. Fatty degeneration of the liver was renamed "steatohepatitis." Cirrhosis of the liver long noted to follow is typically an anti-mitochondrial antibody phenomenon.

This does not bode well for the 3% of our young people who now have steatohepatitis, thanks to Aspartame. The mitochondria suffer more extensive damage from the methanol/formaldehyde/formic acid/formate toxic axis than other structures because the mitochondria are the minute "furnaces" in the cell that  much like a furnace in a house, function to protect the cell from the processes of combustion which otherwise would destroy the cell. The mitochondria within their own confines carry out two intensely dangerous steps in the metabolic oxidation process essential to the production of cellular energy which would and do destroy the cell if they escape the confines  of the mitochondria and which if not have properly because of mitochondrial damage or metabolic insult result in the production of dangerous super oxide free radicals that damage the mitochondria, the DNA, and the cell.

The first of these is to break down fat into radicals that can be safely and completely broken down for energy by processes such as the one called beta oxidation.  The second is to harmonize and perform the safe oxidation of these and other substrates via agencies such as the citric and cycle which yields manageable forms of energy such as that buffered with phosphate in ATP that the rest of the cell can then safely utilize (a bit like your stove safely burning gas to cook your food to make it safe and digestible). When the mitochondrion or its DNA is damaged, the cell is functionally impaired and endangered by the metabolic processes and the production of free radicals. If the mitochondria break down and release their enzymes and substrates into the cell it is doomed, just as a house would be doomed if the gas from the stove were allowed to leak into the house and then ignited by a defective stove. If the mitochondrial DNA function is impaired or the mitochondria damaged by free radicals  the result is a vicious circle and the production of even more  super oxide  free radicals.  Since on a per mass basis, the mitochondria produce at least five times as much nascent formaldehyde than the cyta al  of the cell, the formaldehyde and formate damage is far more concentrated in the mitochondria. This correlates with the epidemic of mitochondrial related degenerative diseases that are epidemic from aspartame use such as cardiomyopathy, cirrhosis of the liver, premature graying, diabetes, etc.

The Net DNA is located within the mitochondria where large amounts of nascent formaldehyde are formed while the nuclear DNA is inside the nucleus where no methanol is metabolized to formaldehyde. The mitochondrial DNA, moreover, lacks the protective and repair mechanisms afforded the nuclear DNA. The only repair processes for mt DNA cross linked by formaldehyde or fragmented by formate are excisional; simply deleting entire segments that have damaged areas.  This makes the net damage to mitochondrial DNA thousands of times greater than that to nuclear DNA from aspartame poisoning and it makes mt DNA damage highly cumulative.

Ultimately, virtually the whole aging process with all of its associated changes, results from cumulative damage to mt DNA. It is also passed on to subsequent generations of sperm and ova in a random distribution through the maternal line which explains why some pregnancy losses are due to "blighted ova" or "blighted" embryos, and why various children of mothers who carry large loads of damaged mt DNA are blighted in a random manner some having pervasive developmental disorders such as autism while others may have myopathies or obesity/ energy deficient syndromes, premature graying, progeria, etc. NutraSweet is a cumulative poison in every sense of the word.

Regarding the immunologic damage: another - the accumulation of Aspartame congeners bound to tissue components another. Other by processes that yield cumulative damage are the ongoing destruction of tissues that are not replaceable such as the neurons and the production of physical barriers   to regeneration such as the Alzheimer's plague (dealt with in numerous articles)  and the progression of steatohepatitis to cryptic cirrhosis because of scarring and inflammation around the hepatic ducts in these young people which leaves no place for properly hepatocytes to regenerate and function properly leading to a vicious circle of more chemical damages and more inflammation and scarring and more tissue disruption ... . Another example of cumulative toxicity from Aspartame which can be only made worse  by ingesting preservatives, food additives, agricultural chemicals and exposure to perfumes and environmental chemicals.

The spermatozoa produced by the aspartame consumer inherit on a random basis from their progenitor varying amounts of damaged mitochondria which in turn have their DNA damaged in different segments and to varying extents making the sperm damage that results quite pleomorphic in manifestation.

A spermatozoon receives only about twenty mitochondria as compared to about 100,000 in the ovum which leads to great randomness of expression, rather lessening the averaging effect. So if  as is now common, only 15% leave vigorous motility. The greatly excessive numbers of spermatozoa may allow for a few to make a good attempt at fertilization; thus, is probably why aging fathers seem to pass on only their merits and not their defects to their offspring as is quite the converse for the female. So far as the individual spermatozoa  is concerned there is no margin for error. If only a few of the twenty mitochondria are defective, the spermatozoa will have little chance of spontaneously fertilizing an ovum. The spermatic mitochondria exists only to provide the energy to wag the tail, propel the sperm and energize it to enter the ovum. At that point, if not already destroyed  in the "go for broke" effort, they are destroyed by the ovum, not being allowed to contribute anything to the net DNA content of the embryo. [Who says it's a man's world?]

Is it any wonder that many  men are now showing rates  of sperm motility   as low as 15%?  The other 85% of spermatozoa already have so much damaged mt DNA that they can't even wiggle.

The poisonous sequence resulting of the metabolism of methanol does not end with the cross linking and plasticizing  of tissue components by formaldehyde. DNA and to an even greater extent RNA is damaged  by this cross linking  and is not able to replicate or take and give information  until repaired. The next toxic  step is the metabolism of formaldehyde to formic  acid which then reaches a buffered equilibrium with formate in the body.  Formate  [fire ant sting venom], is an even more potent mitochondrial DNA poison leading to fragmentation of the DNA and the mitochondria it is contained in and subsequently then the breakdown and loss of the cell. This "blister agent" poison is so severe a hypersensitization   agent that sensitized adult humans have died from the sting of a single fire ant only 1/8" long and weighing only a milligram or two; this is illustrative of the sensitization potential of Aspartame. The formic acid, as well as its toxic cousins, fluoride and cyanide, and its fellow chemical warfare agent, nitrogen mustard, are called "blister agents" because they kill the cells leaving only "blisters" of dead tissue. Fluoride  and cyanide share a common toxic mechanism with formate.  All three block the action of the enzyme, "cytochrome oxidase,” thus preventing the mitochondria from utilizing oxygen, a bit like carbon monoxide blocking the entrance and absorption of oxygen into the red cell, thus eventually suffocating the body.

Incidentally, aspartame also blocks the entrance of oxygen into the red cell through three mechanisms.  One, endogenous carbon monoxide is formed  during  the metabolism of formate.   Secondly, the hemoglobin is denatured by meth hemoglobinemia, and thirdly the basic cyta chrome oxidase-like structure is also present in the "heme" of hemoglobin.

Back to the mitochondria: since the action of the enzyme, cytochrome oxidase is blocked, only the very partial anaerobic metabolism of fats and carbohydrates is possible "glycolysis" breaks down the carbohydrates to lactic acid.  "Beta oxidation" breaks down the fats to keto acids and these  doses  are additive to the acidosis from the formic acid/formate.

Not only is the sperm damaged due to the mt DNA damage permanent, persistent and cumulative because it is perpetuated in the DNA, but also because of the immunological hypersensitivities, the anti-sperm immunologic attack is likely to return at any time, because the chemical hypersensitivity engendered by aspartame will flare it up, on exposure to a large array of chemicals this creating yet another chronicity of life long duration.

How cruel, that the perfume the lady uses could perpetuate her infertility. Cosmetics commonly use over 400 chemicals that are carcinogens and over 2500 that are known toxins;  all of which are absorbed through the skin and upon inhalation. These toxins flare up the hyper immune reaction from aspartame.  What the aspartame experience so vividly portrays here is that the cosmetics industry probably wouldn't be any better if the government made a pretense of regulating it, as the FDA does for food additives, and that we simply do not live in the same world that we did before we were exposed to aspartame.  Not being able to rely on the government, nor corporate integrity, we must listen carefully to our bodies and carefully scrutinize what we put upon them or into them and the environment in which we place ourselves or find  ourselves.

An interesting example of how aspartame sensitivity can produce atypical and perpetuations of disease syndromes is presented in my previous article on Lyme Disease.   Another extremely informative article is "Emerging Facts About Aspartame" by Dr. J. Brua and Dr. A. Bal -  "Journal of the Diabetic Association of India," 1995 Vol. 35, No. 4.

The excellent net site, www.holisticmed.com deals very graphically and factually with the Aspartame problem.  Mark Gold breaks it down into simple, straightforward scientific evidence.

Dr. Hyman Roberts released a comprehensive and factual textbook on the aspartame problem that my friends find both extremely helpful and interesting.  ("Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic" - www.amazon.com ")

There is also "While Science Sleeps:  A Sweetener Kills", www.whilesciencesleeps.com   by Dr. Woodrow Monte, and "Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills" by neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock, www.russellblaylockmd,com

James Bowen, M.D.

Who is Dr. James Bowen?

For 28 years I've alerted the world that aspartame is a chemical poison for no reason except to save lives.  Chapters in 45 countries also work free. I've worked with the true experts on aspartame and in my eyes they are all extraordinary heroes who have given up much to save others.  Dr. Bowen is more than a hero.  His sister said he was a chemical genius at age 9.  He is a biochemist as well as a physician and surgeon.

The first time I met him in Oregon, he drove me around to show me what aspartame had cost him.  He had drunk Diet Kool-Aid in the desert just after aspartame was approved in 1981 through the  political chicanery of Don Rumsfeld.  He said if he had seen the formula he never would have touched it.  After drinking a great deal of this drink, in short order, he developed ALS,  Lou Gehrig's , a horrible disease.  As he slurred his words from the free methyl alcohol in aspartame, he was put in a mental hospital because he was thought to be on alcohol or drugs. But off of aspartame, the slurring went away; he became normal again and found out what aspartame can do as it destroys the body.

As we drove around he pointed to a beautiful home with a fruit orchard.  It looked like paradise.  He said, "That was my home I lost to aspartame."  Further away he pointed out a clinic.  He said, "that is where I worked, in my clinic that I lost because I exposed aspartame.” Dr. Bowen could not be silenced as he tried to help people from all walks of life. They took away his license, only because he told the people the truth, that aspartame is poison.  Even without a job or a place to live he kept warning.  He wrote a letter to the FDA telling them they were mass poisoning the public.  The agent from the FDA was upset over the letter and he insisted she take 29 more cases of aspartame poisoning back to the FDA.

To read his letter: it is at the bottom of his note to New Mexico State
Senator Ortiz y Pino when New Mexico's legislature seriously considered
banning aspartame, an effort which was overwhelmed by all of the seditious corporate-serving lobbyists imaginable:
http://www.wnho.net/letter_to_ senator_goyp_concerning_ aspartame.htm

Everywhere Dr. Bowen went, he alerted the public and nobody could quiet him.  So he was put in prison with no charges.  He has no criminal record because there were no charges.  It took him 3 years to get out.    A mole in the FDA gave him some of the original studies showing they knew how poisonous aspartame is.  He said someone broke in and stole all those records.

He almost died from the cancer aspartame gave him.  Using herbs at least cured that.  He sent me this handwritten article above even from his bedside to save more of the public.  His entire life, or what he has left of it, has been focused on preventing more victims of aspartame poisoning.

Don't leave it to somebody else.  Save a life.   Do your part to warn andplay it forward. You can see Dr. Bowen in "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ZI7_8FDzuJE

In conclusion, take the time please to also read Dr. Bowen's excellent treatise from 2005, THE LETHAL SCIENCE OF SPLENDA, A POISONOUS CHLOROCARBON

http://www.wnho.net/splenda_ chlorocarbon.htm

Excerpts:

"Splenda/sucralose is simply chlorinated sugar; a chlorocarbon. Common chlorocarbons include carbon tetrachloride, trichlorethelene and methylene chloride, all deadly. Chlorine is nature's Doberman attack dog, a highly excitable, ferocious atomic element employed as a biocide in bleach, disinfectants, insecticide, WWI poison gas and hydrochloric acid.

"Sucralose is a molecule of sugar chemically manipulated to surrender three hydroxyl groups (hydrogen + oxygen) and replace them with three chlorine atoms. Natural sugar is a hydrocarbon built around 12 carbon atoms. When turned into Splenda it becomes a chlorocarbon, in the family of Chlorodane, Lindane and DDT.

"Unlike sodium chloride, chlorocarbons are never nutritionally compatible with our metabolic processes and are wholly incompatible with normal human metabolic functioning. When chlorine is chemically reacted into carbon-structured organic compounds to make chlorocarbons, the carbon and chlorine atoms bind to each other by mutually sharing electrons in their outer shells. This arrangement adversely affects human metabolism because our mitochondrial and cellular enzyme systems are designed to completely utilize organic molecules containing carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and other compatible nutritional elements.

"By this process chlorocarbons such as sucralose deliver chlorine directly into our cells through normal metabolization. This makes them effective insecticides and preservatives. Preservatives must kill anything alive to prevent bacterial decomposition."



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Electrically Expanded Water (ExW)

We built a 'clear' series-cell Brown's Gas electrolyzer, using the instructions in my Brown's Gas Book Two. Below is a picture of the actual electrolyzer used to discover the ExW constituent of BG. This electrolyzer has evolved into our ER50 design.

We found, as we'd expect in a bipolar electrolyzer design, oxygen gas being formed on the positive side of each plate and hydrogen gas being formed on the negative side of each plate but we also saw a third ASTONISHING thing.

We can see (and we see it every time) a THIRD gas being formed exactly in the middle BETWEEN the plates . . . in the fluid itself.   There is no connection between the bubbles coming off the plates and the line of bubbles coming out of the fluid; the fluid is clear.

You have never seen THIS in your high school physics class.   I can see gas being formed exactly midway BETWEEN the plates in my transparent series-cell electrolyzers. It starts as a line of bubbles from the top to the bottom of the cell, so solid that it looks like another plate. This line of bubbles becomes visible in about three seconds from the time the electrolyzer is turned on. The line of bubbles then widens till it meets the bubbles being formed on the plates and the cell is full of bubbles (this takes about eleven seconds).

I think the gas formed in the fluid is a unique component of Brown's Gas (BG).   My new theory is that Brown's Gas contains 6 constituents H2, O2, H2O (as water vapor), H2O (as 'electrically expanded water' (ExW)) H and O.  

We built a 'clear' series-cell Brown's Gas electrolyzer, using the instructions in my Brown's Gas Book Two. Below is a picture of the actual electrolyzer used to discover the ExW constituent of BG. This electrolyzer has evolved into our ER50 design.

We found, as we'd expect in a bipolar electrolyzer design, oxygen gas being formed on the positive side of each plate and hydrogen gas being formed on the negative side of each plate but we also saw a third ASTONISHING thing.

We can see (and we see it every time) a THIRD gas being formed exactly in the middle BETWEEN the plates . . . in the fluid itself.   There is no connection between the bubbles coming off the plates and the line of bubbles coming out of the fluid; the fluid is clear.

You have never seen THIS in your high school physics class.   I can see gas being formed exactly midway BETWEEN the plates in my transparent series-cell electrolyzers. It starts as a line of bubbles from the top to the bottom of the cell, so solid that it looks like another plate. This line of bubbles becomes visible in about three seconds from the time the electrolyzer is turned on. The line of bubbles then widens till it meets the bubbles being formed on the plates and the cell is full of bubbles (this takes about eleven seconds).

I think the gas formed in the fluid is a unique component of Brown's Gas (BG).   My new theory is that Brown's Gas contains 6 constituents H2, O2, H2O (as water vapor), H2O (as 'electrically expanded water' (ExW)) H and O. ..



https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-04613-x.pdf

Live cyanobacteria produce photocurrent and hydrogen using both the respiratory and photosynthetic systems
Gadiel Saper, et al.

Oxygenic photosynthetic organisms perform solar energy conversion of water and CO2 to O2 and sugar at a broad range of wavelengths and light intensities. These cells also metabolize sugars using a respiratory system that functionally overlaps the photosynthetic apparatus. In this study, we describe the harvesting of photocurrent used for hydrogen production from live cyanobacteria. A non-harmful gentle physical treatment of the cyanobacterial cells enables light-driven electron transfer by an endogenous mediator to a graphite electrode in a bio-photoelectrochemical cell, without the addition of sacrificial electron donors or acceptors. We show that the photocurrent is derived from photosystem I and that the electrons originate from carbohydrates digested by the respiratory system. Finally, the current is utilized for hydrogen evolution on the cathode at a bias of 0.65 V. Taken together, we present a bio-photoelectrochemical system where live cyanobacteria produce stable photocurrent that can generate hydrogen.



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CA2739575
ELECTROMAGNETIC PROCESS FOR INCREASING AQUEOUS POROSITY OF GOLD BEARING ORES

Inventor(s): MELCAREK EDWARD, et al.

Ferromagnetic (FM) ordering in transition-metal systems (solids, surface layers, nanoparticles) arises from partially filled d shells. Thus, recent observations of FM Au nanoclusters was unexpected, and an explanation has remained elusive. Here we report first-principles density-functional spin-polarized calculations for Au and Ag nanoclusters. We find that the highest-occupied level is highly degenerate and partially filled by s electrons with spins aligned according to Hund's rule. The nanoclusters behave like "superatoms", with the spin-aligned electrons being itinerant on the outer shell of atoms.

FIELD OF INVENTION: This invention is a process of improving gold ore porosity prior to lixiviant exposure in the traditional heap leaching Merrill Crowe method of gold recovery used in worldwide mining operations. Apparatus generates low frequency electromagnetic energy to induce a periodic vibratory kinetic strain within the metallic particles in the ore fragments, thereby destabilizing the silica encapsulation surrounding said metallic particles. The process directly targets the metals and not the silica matrix, it being transparent to said electromagnetic energy. It targets the ferromagnetic, diamagnetic and magnetostrictive properties of the metals in the ore fragments directly with electromagnetic energy from a remote stand off source. Only the microscopic metallic particles in the ore respond kinetically to the applied electromagnetic fields and subsequently generate micro-fractures and fissures in the surrounding silica matrix. In turn, these micro- fissures and fractures, increase the aqueous porosity of the ore fragments and thus improves the ingress of the liquid lixiviant, typically, sodium cyanide. The Au and Ag recovery improvements are evident after 13 days of bottle roll cyanidation.



Superatom clusters ( See also CASTLEMAN: SuperAtom Clusters )

https://phys.org/news/2018-06-template-superatoms-batteries.html

Template to create superatoms could make for better batteries
by Leah Small

Virginia Commonwealth University researchers have discovered a novel strategy for creating superatoms — combinations of atoms that can mimic the properties of more than one group of elements of the periodic table. These superatoms could be used to create new materials, including more efficient batteries and better semiconductors; a core component of microchips, transistors and most computerized devices.

Batteries and semiconductors rely on the movement of charges from one group of atoms to another. During this process, electrons are transferred from donor atoms to acceptor atoms. Forming superatoms that can supply or accept multiple electrons while maintaining structural stability is a key requirement for creating better batteries or semiconductors, said Shiv Khanna, Ph.D., Commonwealth Professor and chair of the Department of Physics in the College of Humanities and Sciences. The ability of superatoms to effectively move charges while staying intact is attributed to how they mimic the properties of multiple groups of elements.

"We have devised a new approach in which one can synthesize such metal-based superatoms," Khanna said.

In a paper published in Nature Communications last week, Khanna theoretically proved a method of building superatoms that could result in the creation of more effective energetic materials. The work was funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

"Semiconductors are used in every sphere of life," Khanna said. "Superatoms that could substantially enhance electron donation would be a significant societal benefit."

Currently, alkali atoms, which form the first column of the periodic table, are optimal for donating electrons. These naturally occurring atoms require a low amount of energy to donate an electron. However, donating more than one electron requires a prohibitively high amount of energy.

Khanna and colleagues Arthur Reber, associate professor of physics, and Vikas Chauhan, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Physics, have created a process by which clusters of atoms can donate or receive multiple electrons using low levels of energy.

"The possibility of having these building blocks that can accept multiple charges or donate multiple charges would eventually have wide-ranging applications in electronics," Khanna said.

While such superatoms already have been made, there has never been a guiding theory for doing so effectively. Khanna and his colleagues theorize that organic ligands—molecules that bind metal atoms to protect and stabilize them—can improve the exchange of electrons without compromising energy levels.

They considered this theory using groups of aluminum clusters mixed with boron, carbon, silicon and phosphorous, paired with organic ligands. Using computational analysis, they demonstrated the cluster would use even less energy to donate an electron than francium, the strongest naturally occurring alkali electron donor.

"We could use ligands to take any cluster of atoms and turn it into either a donor or acceptor of electrons," Khanna said. "We could form electron donors that are stronger than any element found on the periodic table."

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-04799-0
Nature Communicationsvolume 9, Article number: 2357 (2018)

Strong lowering of ionization energy of metallic clusters by organic ligands without changing shell filling
Vikas Chauhan, Arthur C. Reber & Shiv N. Khanna

Abstract
Alkali atoms have unusually low ionization energies because their electronic structures have an excess electron beyond that of a filled electronic shell. Quantum states in metallic clusters are grouped into shells similar to those in atoms, and clusters with an excess electron beyond a closed electronic may also exhibit alkali character. This approach based on shell-filling is the way alkali species are formed as explained by the periodic table. We demonstrate that the ionization energy of metallic clusters with both filled and unfilled electronic shells can be substantially lowered by attaching ligands. The ligands form charge transfer complexes where the electronic spectrum is lifted via crystal field like effect. We demonstrate that the effect works for the weakly bound ligand, N-ethyl-2-pyrrolidone (EP?=?C6H11NO), and that the effect leads to a dramatic lowering of the ionization energy independent of the shell occupancy of the cluster.

US2016159653
HIGH ANISOTROPY NANOPARTICLES
Inventor(s):     CARPENTER EVERETT [US]; EL-GENDY AHMED A [US]; KHANNA SHIV
New nanoparticles are provided which may have blocking temperatures exceeding 570 K even for particles as small as 8 nm in size. First principles theoretical investigations show that the new behavior is rooted in the giant magnetocrystalline anisotropies due to controlled mixing between carbon p-states and cobalt d-states. Furthermore, assemblies of the new nanoparticles may provide rare earth free permanent magnets having magnetic properties which rival those of rare earth permanent magnets.

CN104302476
Non-rare earth magnetic nanoparticles
Inventor(s): CARPENTER EVERETT E; HUBA ZACHARY J; CARROLL KYLER J; FARGHALY AHMED; KHANNA SHIV N; 
Continuous flow synthetic methods are used to make single phase magnetic metal alloy nanoparticles that do not contain rare earth metals. Soft and hard magnets made from the magnetic nanoparticles are used for a variety of purposes, e.g. in electric motors, communication devices, etc.

https://journals.aps.org/prb/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevB.51.13705
https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.51.13705
Phys. Rev. B 51, 13705
Atomic clusters: Building blocks for a class of solids
S. N. Khanna and P. Jena

Abstract
Atomic clusters with suitable size and composition can be designed to mimic the chemistry of atoms in the Periodic Table. These clusters which can be viewed as ‘‘super atoms’’ could then form the building blocks for a class of solids with unique structural, electronic, optical, magnetic, and thermodynamic properties. Using density-functional calculations, we outline the design principles for these clusters and describe the role of geometry and electronic shell structure on cluster-cluster interaction.


https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jp806850h
Clusters, Superatoms, and Building Blocks of New Materials
A. W. Castleman Jr., S. N. Khanna

Abstract
The physical and chemical properties of cluster systems at the subnano and nanoscale are often found to differ from those of the bulk and display a unique dependence on size, geometry, and composition. Indeed, most interesting are systems which have properties that vary discontinuously with the number of atoms and composition, rather than scale linearly with size. This realm of cluster science where “one atom makes a difference” is undergoing an explosive growth in activity, and as a result of extensive collaborative activities through theory at VCU and experiment at PSU, our groups are recognized as pioneers in this area in which we have been active for many years. Herein we provide an overview of the field with primary focus on our joint undertakings which have spawned the superatom concept, giving rise to a 3-D periodic table of cluster elements and the prospect of using these as building blocks of new nanoscale materials with tailored properties.

https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.accounts.6b00464
cc. Chem. Res., 2017, 50 (2), pp 255–263
DOI: 10.1021/acs.accounts.6b00464
Superatoms: Electronic and Geometric Effects on Reactivity
Arthur C. Reber and Shiv N. Khanna

Conspectus
The relative role of electronic and geometric effects on the stability of clusters has been a contentious topic for quite some time, with the focus on electronic structure generally gaining the upper hand. In this Account, we hope to demonstrate that both electronic shell filling and geometric shell filling are necessary concepts for an intuitive understanding of the reactivity of metal clusters. This work will focus on the reactivity of aluminum based clusters, although these concepts may be applied to clusters of different metals and ligand protected clusters. First we highlight the importance of electronic shell closure in the stability of metallic clusters. Quantum confinement in small compact metal clusters results in the bunching of quantum states that are reminiscent of the electronic shells in atoms. Clusters with closed electronic shells and large HOMO–LUMO (highest occupied molecular orbital–lowest unoccupied molecular orbital) gaps have enhanced stability and reduced reactivity with O2 due to the need for the cluster to accommodate the spin of molecular oxygen during activation of the molecule.

To intuitively understand the reactivity of clusters with protic species such as water and methanol, geometric effects are needed. Clusters with unsymmetrical structures and defects usually result in uneven charge distribution over the surface of the cluster, forming active sites. To reduce reactivity, these sites must be quenched. These concepts can also be applied to ligand protected clusters. Clusters with ligands that are balanced across the cluster are less reactive, while clusters with unbalanced ligands can result in induced active sites. Adatoms on the surface of a cluster that are bound to a ligand result in an activated adatom that reacts readily with protic species, offering a mechanism by which the defects will be etched off returning the cluster to a closed geometric shell. The goal of this Account is to argue that both geometric and electronic shell filling concepts serve as valuable organizational principles that explain a wide variety of phenomena in the reactivity of clusters.

These concepts help to explain the fundamental interactions that allow for specific clusters to be described as superatoms. Superatoms are clusters that exhibit a well-defined valence. A superatom cluster’s properties may be intuitively understood and predicted based on the energy gained when the cluster obtains its optimal electronic and geometric structure. This concept has been found to be a unifying principle among a wide variety of metal clusters ranging from free aluminum clusters to ligand protected noble metal clusters and even metal–chalcogenide ligand protected clusters. Thus, the importance of electronic and geometric shell closing concepts supports the superatom concept, because the properties of certain clusters with well-defined valence are controlled by the stability that is enhanced when they retain their closed electronic and geometric shells.

https://aip.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1063/1.4752471
Journal of Applied Physics 112, 064313 (2012)
https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4752471
Magnetism of electrons in atoms and superatoms
Victor Medel, J. Ulises Reveles, and Shiv N. Khanna


http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2017/cp/c6cp05196k
Magnetic behavior of superatomic-fullerene assemblies
Pallabi Sutradhar,  Vikas Chau



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http://www.DemocracyBroadcasting.TV Classical scholar, Victor Davis Hanson, resides in Central California, educates at Stanford in Palo Alto, and addresses the political, economic, and cultural disparity between the liberal elites along the Pacific Coast and the rest of the state, 40 miles east of the coast. At the American Freedom Alliance's "California: From gold to dust" conference in L.A. 20 August '17



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The 36 Questions That Lead to Love

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0146167297234003
The Experimental Generation of Interpersonal Closeness:

Set I
1. Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?
2. Would you like to be famous? In what way?
3. Before making a telephone call, do you ever rehearse what you are going to say? Why?
4. What would constitute a “perfect” day for you?
5. When did you last sing to yourself? To someone else?
6. If you were able to live to the age of 90 and retain either the mind or body of a 30-year-old for the last 60 years of your life, which would you want?
7. Do you have a secret hunch about how you will die?
8. Name three things you and your partner appear to have in common.
 9. For what in your life do you feel most grateful?
10. If you could change anything about the way you were raised, what would it be?
11. Take four minutes and tell your partner your life story in as much detail as possible.
12. If you could wake up tomorrow having gained any one quality or ability, what would it be?
 
Set II
13. If a crystal ball could tell you the truth about yourself, your life, the future or anything else, what would you want to know?
14. Is there something that you’ve dreamed of doing for a long time? Why haven’t you done it?
15. What is the greatest accomplishment of your life?
16. What do you value most in a friendship?
17. What is your most treasured memory?
18. What is your most terrible memory?
19. If you knew that in one year you would die suddenly, would you change anything about the way you are now living? Why?
20. What does friendship mean to you?
21. What roles do love and affection play in your life?
22. Alternate sharing something you consider a positive characteristic of your partner. Share a total of five items.
23. How close and warm is your family? Do you feel your childhood was happier than most other people’s?
24. How do you feel about your relationship with your mother?

 Set III
25. Make three true “we” statements each. For instance, “We are both in this room feeling ... “
26. Complete this sentence: “I wish I had someone with whom I could share ... “
27. If you were going to become a close friend with your partner, please share what would be important for him or her to know.
28. Tell your partner what you like about them; be very honest this time, saying things that you might not say to someone you’ve just met.
29. Share with your partner an embarrassing moment in your life.
30. When did you last cry in front of another person? By yourself?
31. Tell your partner something that you like about them already.
32. What, if anything, is too serious to be joked about?
33. If you were to die this evening with no opportunity to communicate with anyone, what would you most regret not having told someone? Why haven’t you told them yet?
34. Your house, containing everything you own, catches fire. After saving your loved ones and pets, you have time to safely make a final dash to save any one item. What would it be? Why?
35. Of all the people in your family, whose death would you find most disturbing? Why?
36. Share a personal problem and ask your partner’s advice on how he or she might handle it. Also, ask your partner to reflect back to you how you seem to be feeling about the problem you have chosen.



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Dear Fan(s) [ Your Name Here ], I just started my menses and it's bloody awful hell again this month. I've had so many hot flashes that I'm wearing an ice pack on my head so I don't get a heat stroke ! Not to mention the "fire down below" -- woohoo ! Somebody help me, please !

This period ( plus Mars retrograde ) has severely affected my psychic astral connection to the millions of fans with whom I concupisciate in our precious private personalized incubus-succubus relationships. I apologize in advance if I bite or tear off your genitalia during our dreams together. I don't mean it ! I'm still dealing with a residual elemental egregor from the Red Sparrow movie production.

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