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Archive for March 13th, 2008

Dominican expert says he’s created a chip based on fractal theory

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

I’ve been contacted in the past by several inventors who claim to have developed ways to increase efficiency using harmonics or tuned systems. To date, none of them have come out with anything that I’ve seen based on their ideas, but it does make sense to me that we could optimize many designs. One guy in New Zealand based his on Vedic Math.

fractalchipsm.jpg“Engineer Luis Jose Quiñones said the integrated circuit he calls DBC 440 would allow the creation of digital structures in fractal form, different from those currently manufacture. He said a fractal is a semi-geometric object whose basic structure is repeated on different scales, leading to more perfect symmetrical and harmonic structures, mentioning a flower, a tree and even a human being as examples of natural fractals. Quiñones said his DBC 440 chip, already in the patenting process, would be used not only in the computers, but also in cameras and all equipment with digital structures.” – Source

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The vitamin D miracle: Is it for real?

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

Something I think most people are afraid of these days for fear of too much UV that might increase risk of cancer. But it looks like the health benefits outweigh those concerns. Just slap on more suntan lotion.

sunhappya68.jpg“In the summer of 1974, brothers Frank and Cedric Garland had a heretical brainwave. The young epidemiologists were watching a presentation on death rates from cancer county by county across the United States. As they sat in a lecture hall at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore looking at the colour-coded cancer maps, they noticed a striking pattern, with the map for colon cancer the most pronounced. Counties with high death rates were red; those with low rates were blue. Oddly, the nation was almost neatly divided in half, red in the north and blue in the south. Why, they wondered, was the risk of dying from cancer greater in bucolic Maine than in highly polluted Southern California? The two had arrived at Johns Hopkins a few days earlier, having driven their Mustang from their hometown of San Diego. Frank was about to begin graduate studies and Cedric his first job as a professor. It was July, and the trip through the sunny South gave them an idea as they studied the cancer maps: Exposure to sunshine varies dramatically depending on the latitude. What if that’s what was behind the varying cancer rates? The benefits of vitamin D are no longer restricted to cancer prevention: Studies have linked a shortage of the compound to such serious, chronic ailments as multiple sclerosis, diabetes, heart disease, influenza and schizophrenia. So compelling is the latest research that a number of credible medical researchers and public-health advocates, many of them in Canada, have started taking doses far above 200 to 600 international units – the daily intake recommended by Health Canada, depending on age with an upper limit of 2,000 IU. Canada’s leading vitamin D researcher, the University of Toronto’s Reinhold Vieth, says he has been knocking back 8,000 units a day – four times the maximum – for years.” – Source

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If It Doesn’t Rot, Don’t Eat It

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

It’s hard to do this these days and have a tasty diet but I think it can be done. Really easy to see by making homemade bread. Leave a piece of it on the table and a piece of store bought processed bread and the homemade bread will be eaten quickly by bugs while they  will ignore the storebought.

veggiessm.jpg“Health author Michael Pollon discusses the state of the food industry and its relation to our health. The interview offers several interesting health tips, but if you’re looking for quick and simple rules of thumb to add to your health regimen, Pollon suggests one tip that’s sure to help: “don’t eat any food that’s incapable of rotting.” This idea subscribes to the common wisdom that the more processed a food is (and therefore, less susceptible to rot), the less healthy it is. Granted, this isn’t an altogether new idea (nor is it without exceptions), but it is a good rule of thumb to keep in mind next time you’re reaching into your snack pantry. Check out the article for more useful, common sense tips for staying healthy with your food choices, and share your best healthy-eating rules of thumb in the comments.” – Source

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Noah’s Ark on the moon

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

Better to be prepared than wait til it’s too late to save anyone. I’m sure this has happened several times in the past and when the reseeding happens, suddenly a restoration of science and learning appears.

“BOFFINS are planning to build a “Noah’s Ark” on the moon so survivors of a global catastrophe can rebuild civilisation on Earth. A vault buried under the lunar surface would contain details of DNA, crop growing and even metal smelting. The information in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish, would be transmitted from the moon to 4,000 special bunkers on Earth. Survivors of a nuclear war or asteroid strike could use the knowledge to restart modern life. Also stored in the vault would be animal embryos and plants so species could be restored – if rocket technology survives. / (I have long thought the moon is probably already hollow, designed and manufactured artificially as just such a preservation Ark by earlier civilizations or ET helpers. When we finally have a colony and begin exploring, this will be discovered. – JWD)” – Source

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Tackling urban gridlock with foldable car

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

The idea of public use vehicles that are everywhere and which anyone can use with an ID card appeals to me greatly.

I don’t care who OWNS things, as long as I get to USE THEM when I need them.

carfoldsm.jpg“Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have devised just such a vehicle, a futuristic “City Car” that could even drive itself. Once at your destination, the vehicle’s computers would, at the press of a button, look for a parking spot behind others like itself, then fold roughly in half so you could stack it there as you would a shopping cart. Their golf cart-sized vehicle could provide a novel solution to the chronic traffic congestion afflicting cities across the United States, Europe and Asia — not to mention pollution and energy use, since it would run on a rechargeable battery, the researchers say. On the drawing board, their two-seater is roughly half the size of a typical compact automobile and a little smaller than the Smart car made by Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz. “It’s a virtual computer on wheels,” said Franco Vairani, designer of the vehicle’s foldable frame, which he predicts will shrink the car to as little as an eighth the space needed to park the average car. While parked, it would hook up to an electricity grid for recharging, he added. Hundreds could be stacked around a city and “you would just go and swipe your (credit) card and take the first one available and drive away,” Vairani said, seated by his computerized drawing board. People wouldn’t have to worry about where to park their cars in town and automobiles would take up less urban space, leaving more room for parks and walkways, he added. Peter Schmitt, a team engineer, says the car would have independently powered robotic wheels and be controlled using a computerized drive-by-wire system with a button or joystick.” – Source

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Patent Pending in One Hour…Without An Attorney

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

A novel approach to protecting your invention.

“Patent rights begin when a patent issues on an invention, and the only way to get a patent is to file a nonprovisional patent application. However, as many of you know, you can file a “placemarker” application that elevates your invention to the status of “patent pending,” and gives you one full year in which to pursue a nonprovisional patent application without losing rights to the invention. Such an application, called a provisional patent application, can be written by an inventor, but only after proper instruction and practice. Do not be fooled by claims that you can get your invention “patent pending” by registering for a copyright, filing with the Writer’s Guild, sending yourself a description of the invention in a “poor man’s patent,” or any other method. The ONLY way to get your invention patent pending is by filing a provisional or nonprovisional patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.” – Source

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A never-ending march to higher gasoline prices

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

So out of touch, how could so many people have made such a horrible mistake to elect this bozo.

bushgas.jpg“Most consumers probably understand the term “inflation adjusted.” However, they don’t give a rip that today’s prices of oil are the same as they were 28 years ago, inflation adjusted or not. Monday a barrel of oil hit $103.95 on the New York Mercantile Exchange before closing at $102.45. Take away the inflation adjustment and the price of oil per barrel in 1980 was $39.50. What consumers surely understand is what they are paying at the pump today. What’s responsible for this latest hike? This time the weakness of the U.S. dollar is being blamed, and oil is traded in dollars. When the dollar is worth less, oil producers charge more to take advantage of higher prices paid in euros and yen. The president, while unlikely to help in any meaningful way to lower gas prices, apparently is also clueless to the situation. In response to the question, “What’s your advice to the average American who is hurting now – facing the prospect of $4 a gallon gasoline…” Bush interrupted, “Wait a minute. What did you just say? You’re predicting $4 a gallon gas?” The questioner responded, “A number of analysts are predicting $4 a gallon gasoline this spring when they reformulate.” Bush said, “That’s interesting. I hadn’t heard that.” The predictions of higher gas prices will surely come true. Where will it all end? There is no end in sight. America must ween itself from foreign energy and open up oil exploration in domestic fields. Moving in that direction would allow us to cut back on imported oil and leave us less open to the fickleness of oil exporters and home-grown speculators.” – Source

$4 gas by Spring? – How to Increase Mileage and Decrease Fuel Costs for $15Read about it HERE

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Using Mega-Cash Prizes to Incentivize Revolutionary Science

Posted by keelynet on March 13, 2008

I don’t think the prizes even have to be that big, just be fair to the inventor so that he or she gets a fair share of whatever profits come from it and give them credit for the discovery.

energybox100.jpg“A new paper in Medical Hypotheses suggests that very big cash prizes could specifically be targeted to stimulate ‘revolutionary’ science. Usually, prizes tend to stimulate ‘applied’ science as in the most famous example of Harrison’s improved clock solving the ‘longitude’ problem. But for prizes successfully to stimulate revolutionary science the prizes need to be three key elements. 1.) Very large (and we are talking seven figure ‘pop star’ earnings, here) to compensate for the high risk of failure when tackling major scientific problems. 2.) Awarded to scientists at a young enough age that it influences their behavior in (about) their mid-late twenties when they are deciding on their career path. 3.) Include objective and transparent scientometric criteria, to prevent the prize award process being corrupted by ‘political’ incentives. Such mega-cash prizes, in sufficient numbers, might incentivize some of the very best young scientists to make more ambitious, long-term but high-risk career choices. The real winner of this would be society as a whole; since ordinary science can successfully be done by second-raters but only first-rate scientists can tackle the toughest scientific problems.” – Source – and if you would like to invest in a far-reaching enterprise, check out my Vanguard Sciences Lab Project.

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