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Archive for January 22nd, 2008

How China Loses the Coming Space War

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

Along with the military buildup of China comes this method of crippling a country which relies on satellites for communications, commerce and military support.

“A year ago to the day, China knocked a weather satellite out of orbit, and threw the international community into panic. Some figured the satellite-killer test was the harbinger of a future war in space — the kind of conflict that could cripple a tech-dependent United States military. For years, the American armed forces have worried about an attack on US satellites… The United States military has become increasingly dependent on space. It uses photo-reconnaissance satellites to observe potential adversaries, GPS satellites to guide munitions with pin-point accuracy, communications satellites to handle the flow of information into and out of a theater of operations, and early warning satellites to detect and track enemy missile launches to name just a few of the better known applications. Because of this increasing dependence, many analysts have worried that the US is most vulnerable to asymmetric attacks against its space assets; in their view US satellites are “sitting ducks” without any sort of defense and their destruction would cripple the US military. China’s test of a sophisticated anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon a year ago, Friday — 11 January 2007, when it shot down its own obsolete weather satellite — has only increased these concerns.” – Source

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V-Shaped Bed for More Restful Sleep – Jan 1932

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

There have been several schemes for more restful sleep, tilting the bed, waterbeds for the wave motion, magnetic beds for healing and better sleep, etc.. This one I’ve not seen before, everything old is new again…

bedvee.jpg“A V-SHAPED bed recently invented supports the body perfectly at every point and thus promotes better rest. When unused the bed is straight like every other bed. However, one pull on a chain at the side of the bed immediately changes it to a V-shape. Another advantage claimed for the bed is that the covers are held substantially away from the person, thereby allowing the free circulation of air to the body. (This might be an interesting thing to try as opposed to sleeping on a flat bed. – JWD)” – Source

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Is this the end of cheap food?

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

“The Guardian reports that food prices are rising, which is coming as a surprise to “UK shoppers aged under 50 [who] have so far never experienced food-price inflation. The article cites four reasons for the price increase: 1. Oil prices: “$100 a barrel means food that is four-times as expensive to plant, irrigate, harvest and transport as it was six years ago. Some commodities brokers are now betting on oil going to $200 a barrel within a decade.” 2. Climate: “drought, hurricanes and floods around the world last year made for terrible harvests – from Australia to the Caribbean and the United Kingdom.” 3. Market speculation and use of crops for fuel: “Since George Bush announced a rush to corn-based ethanol it’s done well for American corn farmers – 20 per cent of whose harvest, subsidised by the government, went into fuel tanks rather than flour mills this year.” 4. Economic boom in China and India: “Around the world, and through history, people have eaten more meat as they have become richer. This is called the nutrition transition and it’s now happening, very quickly, in the two most populous nations on the planet.” Jacques Diouf, head of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation, spoke recently of a ‘very serious crisis’ brought about by the rise in food prices and the rise in the oil price. Various global economic bodies are forecasting rises of between 10 per cent and 50 per cent over the next decade.” – Source

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Sun Cycle 24 Predicted to be 50 Percent Larger than C-23

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

A world perhaps too dependent on electronics and satellites? And lets not forget the new Chinese satellite killers as an additional threat.

cme.jpg“There has been ongoing debate whether Cycle 24 began on July 1st 2006, or began January 4th 2008. What determines a new solar cycle is when the first sunspot distributes a ‘reverse’ magnetic field. Over the last several months, the sunspot and solar activity have been extremely mild. This is known as ‘solar minimum’. From this point on, solar activity will begin to ramp up with more significant activity becoming noticeable by the end of this year. Cycle 23 introduced us to the largest solar flare “ever recorded”. On November 4th 2003 a solar flare coming from just around the western limb of the Sun exploded. It was measured as an X-40. Until this moment, nothing had measured past an X-9. (at least since instruments were developed to measure). In addition to this, Cycle 23 showed us dozens of X-class flares, and even more numbers of M-class. Also note Cycle 24’s ‘apex’ (maximum) occurs between 2011 and 2012. azteccalendar.jpgI suggest our Mayan elders knew of this all along and is in association with Mayan prophecy and calendar. Solar Storm Warning: You Have One Year or Less to Prepare. The federal government now predicts a new cycle of solar storms will begin to intensify by spring 2008. By this time we will start to see larger and possibility of dangerous consequences. The new set of storms are expected to peak around the end of 2011 and beginning of 2012. That’s the conclusion of some scientists at NASA and NOAA. On November 4th 2003 a solar flare and following CME (coronal mass ejection) exploded just as it began rotating over the western limb of the Sun. If it had been just 48 to 72 hours earlier, the flare would have been Earth directed and we would have experienced a direct hit. The strength of this event measured an X-40, of which such strength had never been witnessed or anticipated. Even to this day we can only speculate the damage it would have caused to our power grids, satellites, GPS, and any number of devices which depend on communication or directional satellites.” – Source

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Algae has potential as a source of oil

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

If these numbers are right, imagine huge algae tanks in deserts or smaller ones for houses and businesses to provide fuel.

“Common algae from ponds and waste-water treatment plants may produce vast amounts of burnable oil, say researchers at the University of Minnesota. Algae produces 5,000 gallons of oil per acre. Corn, by comparison, produces 18 gallons. Soybean yields 48 gallons. An acre of palm trees yields 635 gallons. Researchers Roger Ruan and Paul Chen will start with 200 gallons of waste water, but see the potential as enormous, the Star Tribune reported. They also predict the steep price of production, $20 per gallon, will drop significantly as the technology improves and catches on. The production process can take advantage of excess heat, nitrogen, carbon and phosphorus produced by coal-burning plants and waste-water incinerators, making algae pond farms a possibility for northern and southern states.” – Source

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Aquaduct Mobile Filtration Vehicle

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

Another great invention that could help a lot of people worldwide if they are made available.

waterbike.jpg“The Aquaduct is a pedal powered vehicle that transports, filters, and stores water for the developing world. A peristaltic pump attached to the pedal crank draws water from a large tank, through a filter, to a smaller clean tank. The clean tank is removable and closed for contamination-free home storage and use. A clutch engages and disengages the drive belt from the pedal crank, enabling the rider to filter the water while travelling or while stationary. An average family uses 20 gallons of water a day.” – Source

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Cheap Tsunami Detector

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

A brilliant invention that might help save the lives of millions if put into widespread use. Such a simple concept too.

tsunami.jpg“Hashem al-Ghaili, a university student in Sana’a, and his brother, Mohammed, recently developed a device with the potential to save millions of lives. Its design is simple, but its ramifications are anything but. Utilizing a radio transmitter and a pressure gauge, al-Ghaili hopes his device could provide a low-cost solution for warning the world of imminent tsunamis. “I started to think of a system that could warn people of a tsunami before it struck,” he explained, and he began brainstorming with his brother. “Most tsunami alert systems now are very complex and require a lot of money and resources, including satellites. Ours is cheap and simple.” “Satellites can detect tsunamis by detecting anomalies in pictures of the ocean, but a tsunami is nothing more than a blast of energy,” he explained. His device, a pressure sensor, can be placed in any ocean. When it detects a large disturbance in the energy patterns of the water that surrounds it, radio signals are broadcast to receivers on the shore. Tsunamis are a result of earthquakes at the bottom of the ocean. When the tectonic plates that comprise the earth’s crust shift due to pressure, enormous waves are propelled across the ocean at speeds up to five hundred miles per hour. “When the waves exert pressure on our device, it sends out magnetic waves similar to those that bring music to your radio. The receiver translates the message from the device in the ocean, and emits a sound and projects a color according to the current danger level. When a tsunami is coming, you will quickly determine its magnitude by the message our device sends out.” Al-Ghaili tested the tool in a spring in his village. By placing the device into different water pressures, he was able to calibrate it into something useful. After developing a working model, he and his brother petitioned the Ministry of Higher Education to financially back the development and implementation of their invention.” – Source

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Stovetop Pizza Oven

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

This is a way cool idea for those who don’t have an oven. Sadly, my diet won’t let me eat pizzas…YET!

pizzatop.jpg“The stovetop’s not just for stuffing any more: Stovetop Ceramic Pizza Oven. What Hakuho has done is to give you the tools you need to make the perfect pizza – right on top of your gas range. Big or small, pizza ovens work pretty much the same way. Heat from below crisps the underside while steady, reflected heat warms the top without drying out the cheese & toppings.” – Source

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The Impatience of the Google Generation

Posted by keelynet on January 22, 2008

I see this a lot these days, very short attention spans, always looking for the quick, stripped down version. Rarely do people want to delve into the valley of details when its easier to jump from hilltop to hilltop for the sound bite version.

“A new study overturns the common assumption that the ‘Google Generation’ – youngsters born or brought up in the Internet age – is the most web-literate. The first ever virtual longitudinal study carried out by the CIBER research team at University College London claims that, although young people demonstrate an apparent ease and familiarity with computers, they rely heavily on search engines, view rather than read and do not possess the critical and analytical skills to assess the information that they find on the web. The findings also send a strong message to the government. Educational research into the information behaviour of young people and training programmes on information literacy skills in schools are desperately needed if the UK is to remain as a leading knowledge economy with a strongly-skilled next generation of researchers.” – Source

I think there is a direct correlation to literacy, applied learning and developing social skills with setting and achieving goals in life.

It reflects itself in news media as incorrect spelling or usage of words and phrases and in entertainment media as very crude tv shows such as ‘Charm School’ and other shows which glorify low life gangster or ‘hoochie’ type ‘values’. I find it sickening.

There is a movie out whose name I can’t remember but it shows wealthy kids presenting themselves as gangstas in dress, attitude and vocabulary. But when they encounter the SOURCE of these ‘values’ to be from prostitution, murder, theft, drug use, fighting and random killings, they realize it is NOT something to be admired and for certain not emulated in the least.

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