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Two things that make me proud to be an American

Posted by keelynet on April 28, 2008

There is so much crap on TV, self-serving, ad cluttered or sensationalized. I find it refreshing and uplifting to see a show like ‘Extreme Makeover’ on ABC, which often brings tears to my eyes to see a needy family receive help of such magnitude!

Whoever came up with this show and to all those who make it happen, big kudos. Sure it is on a very grand scale that few individuals could sponsor but I think it shows how people and companies working together can help those in need.

Habitat for Humanity has also been doing this for years without all the fanfare and there are of course other groups and organizations who actually do good with the money and volunteer efforts. I just wanted to put in a plug for these groups and all those who help make such things happen.

Recently, American Idol showed their charitable side and raised $76 million dollars in 2007 and has exceeded $60 million so far in 2008. You can still donate here if you’d like to do your bit.

“The Charity Projects Entertainment Fund distributes the money raised to Save the Children, America’s Second Harvest, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Children’s Health Fund to help disadvantaged children in the United States. The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria, Malaria No More, Nothing But Nets, Save the Children, and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF will receive money to fund programs in Africa.”

Imagine if all that war money (+$515,000,000,000.00) was diverted to these and other charitable groups who actually spend the majority of the money as intended, rebuilding and helping the US first, then extend these efforts to other countries. I wonder if other countries have a TV show like this? I’m sure they have charitable organizations for various purposes.

That is one of the things the rest of the world gets so upset about…that Americans know so little about them and simply don’t seem to care about their cultures or events until it somehow impacts the USA, then it becomes important. We can do much better on so many fronts but we need strong leaders to inspire and guide us to constructive collective actions.

As a side note of PISSED OFF, check out the money piles showing how much of OUR MONEY is being poured down a bottomless war for oil drain.

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Cleve Backster, eMeters and the “singing plant”

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

There have been plant water sensors and other feedback devices such as Cleve Backsters use of the extremely sensitive high gain e-meters used in scientology, to detect the fine electrical responses in plants.

This is a novel approach and I’m sure a savvy inventor can see applications that might become the next fad. It’s not new technology by any means, just good that it is being used to educate and entertain the public.

When I visited Cleve years ago in San Diego, he worked all night in his lab providing security for the Jewelry Exchange building where he had the entire 5th floor (I believe) to himself. It was once a DEA drug lab so had sinks and other accoutrements, as well as Cleve’s tools and microscopes which he used for his research.

He had a plant with big leaves, a phylodendron I think it was, which he placed on a table between two chairs in which we sat. Attached to the leaves were wide, flat electrodes connected to an eMeter. I asked him what it was for and he laughed, saying it would tell him if I was lying at any time by watching the meter needle. He knew I was from Texas and wondered why the oil-rich Texans never came to visit as he needed the money for his projects.

I asked him what he wanted and what was it for? He said he wanted $50,000 to do a project with football teams for remote sensing monitoring their cells in a faraway lab while they played on the field.

Also that he’d like a project with NASA where astronauts who go behind the moon, out of radio reception, could have their vital signs detected by cellular transmissions from their living bodies to living cells being monitored on the earth.

“The Singing Plant is an installation that lets the audience interact with a natural plant. “When the plant is touched it gives feedback in the forms of sounds and light. The more people touch it, the more enegetically it responds. The sound gains volume and the light in the room grows from dim to bright. “People’s reactions become part of the installation. We have seen people pity the plant. We have seen people caress it. And we have seen people dance enthusiastically around it. “The purpose is not to provide answers, but to question established preceptions of the relationship between man, machine and nature. “The exhibition went well in the Botanical Garden about 11,000 people came by and saw our installations. We made a video you can see it here…” / (This is an application based on the decades long research efforts of Cleve Backster into ‘primary perception’. – JWD)” – Source

On the long defunct TV show, ‘That’s Incredible’, they had a segment interviewing Cleve Backster. I did a search on youtube for Cleve Backster and found a wide range of videos but none specifically with this segment which I have on VHS and need to post.

In the segment, Cleve gave a female volunteer saltwater which she was to swish around in her mouth for a few minutes, then spit. It turns out that leukocytes outside the body will die within minutes, however, ORAL leukocytes can live up to 8 hours and more even outside the body.

Cleve centrifuged the lighter fluids from the spit containing the oral leukocytes until a thick goo was left. He placed these living tissues into a petri dish and attached two electrodes connected to an EEG…note that he used an EEG (electro encephalograph) which is very sensitive and used to monitor brain impulses as opposed to an EMG (electro myograph) which is much less sensitive and used to monitor muscle impulses.

The petri dish and equipment were in one room, while the woman sat calmly in another room on the other side of the lab. She was also wired up to show her electronic impulses WHICH MATCHED those of the remote living cells from her own body. Cleve asked her what would get her excited and she said if her boyfriend entered the room without his shirt. The readings from her body and the remote cells both jumped at the same time.

To show that distance was no barrier to the transmissions between living cells, Cleve arranged for the woman to be driven to a dark and sleazy side of San Diego. Unfortunately, they didn’t have the funds for remote monitoring from that distance back then, but a van with a time synced camera watched her as she walked down a dimly lit street. The screen was split to show the petri dish back at the lab.

A bum walked up the lady and asked her for money. The fear she displayed quite visibly in the video was reflected by sharp impulses of her own living cells back at the lab, several miles away and at the same time!

This basic discovery has more applications than anyone can imagine but funding is needed to develop them. Imagine a communication system that CANNOT BE BLOCKED…there is more on KeelyNet.com spread out in various files but thats enough for this post. If you’d like to check into funding this and other advanced research, check out my lab project or contact Cleve directly if you want to know more from the link above.

Update 04/28/08: Thanks to Cleve and Franci for reminding me it was a DEA, not an FBI drug lab, it was about 20 years or so ago so not quite 100% recall on my part. Also, they sent a youtube URL to introduce Cleves’ work. If you’d like to contact Cleve and Franci, perhaps with a funding offer for some of his projects, there are many of them which have commercial and health related possibilities that could be of great benefit and offer totally new insights.

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Time to Invest in Food?

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

Is this a chicken little paranoia thing? Rice, corn and other food prices have gone up commensurate with gasoline and diesel, so it might not hurt to have a few weeks of food staples and water just in case. Better safe than sorry. The other alarming thing is all those who DON’T prepare and what they’ll do to get food and water to survive. Which of course means defense needs such as guns, bats, etc..

“I don’t want to alarm anybody, but maybe it’s time for Americans to start stockpiling food… Reality: Food prices are already rising here much faster than the returns you are likely to get from keeping your money in a bank or money-market fund. And there are very good reasons to believe prices on the shelves are about to start rising a lot faster… Stocking up on food may not replace your long-term investments, but it may make a sensible home for some of your shorter-term cash. Do the math. If you keep your standby cash in a money-market fund you’ll be lucky to get a 2.5% interest rate. Even the best one-year certificate of deposit you can find is only going to pay you about 4.1%, according to Bankrate.com. And those yields are before tax. Meanwhile the most recent government data shows food inflation for the average American household is now running at 4.5% a year.” – Source

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GPS Tracker Defense

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

More help to counter the age of surveillance.

“The GPS Tracker Defense will disable any GPS tracking device within range. It does this by disabling any GPS gadget’s ability to connect with satellites — INCLUDING YOUR OWN! Its limited, 16-foot range guarantees that trackers will be safe, while your own GPS is disabled. The GPS Tracker Defense has the exact same effect as simply turning off your GPS. (via therawfeed.com)” – Source

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HOWTO kill/block an RFID

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

Seems like there are dozens of articles for how to build RFID remote readers to scan your items and pull out your details without you suspecting anything. This info could come in handy.

“The easiest way to kill an RFID, and be sure that it is dead, is to throw it in the microwave for 5 seconds. Doing this will literally melt the chip and antenna making it impossible for the chip to ever be read again. Unfortunately this method has a certain fire risk associated with it. Killing an RFID chip this way will also leave visible evidence that it has been tampered with, making it an unsuitable method for killing the RFID tag in passports. Doing this to a credit card will probably also screw with the magnetic strip on the back making it un-swipeable. The second, slightly more convert and less damaging, way to kill an RFID tag is by piercing the chip with a knife or other sharp object. This can only be done if you know exactly where the chip is located within the tag. This method also leaves visible evidence of intentional damage done to the chip, so it is unsuitable for passports. The third method is cutting the antenna very close to the chip. By doing this the chip will have no way of receiving electricity, or transmitting its signal back to the reader. This technique also leaves minimal signs of damage, so it would probably not be a good idea to use this on a passport. The last (and most covert) method for destroying a RFID tag is to hit it with a hammer. Just pick up any ordinary hammer and give the chip a few swift hard whacks. This will destroy the chip, and leave no evidence that the tag has been tampered with. This method is suitable for destroying the tags in passports, because there will be no proof that you intentionally destroyed the chip. (via lifehacker.com)” – Source

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‘Water wars’ with U.S. in our future: experts

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

Refer to the ‘water as the new oil’ post here and on the net. And where is rainmaking technology when we need it? Reich cloudbusting or silver iodide seeding, is that the only way?

“Parched U.S. states could start “water wars” in the years ahead and fight for access to Great Lakes resources as they become more desperate to meet growing needs, Canadian and American experts said yesterday at a water conference. “We will, in fact, get into major water wars,” Clark said. “You will see water wars coming in every way, shape or form. In the U.S., there are some leading politicians who have said the Great Lakes do, in fact, belong (to everyone) and all water should be nationalized — and this certainly is a concern.” – Source

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Fire From the Dragon Harnesses Truck Energy

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

I wish they had given the price for this thing, indications are its expensive to purchase and install.

“A long line of trucks snakes its way to the San Francisco Bay, where two cargo ships wait to be loaded. One truck rumbles at about 15 miles per hour over a group of narrow plates embedded in the asphalt, and a moment later, a solar-powered shed beside the road begins to groan and rattle ominously. As the trucks power at low speeds across the plates, they compress a tank of hydraulic fluid under the road, which in turn creates a series of pumping actions that turns a generator to produce electricity. By June, Kenney projects the apparatus, which he dubbed the “Dragon Power Station,” will be producing 5,000 to 7,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity each day—enough to power up to 1,750 homes. The energy produced will be sold to SSA, the Oakland terminal operator that hosts the Dragon, at a discounted rate. The electricity the machine generates will cover only 5 percent of the operator’s energy needs, but represents huge savings for the company—and a chance to jump on the green bandwagon. An estimated 2,500 trucks pass through SSA’s Oakland facility every day, filling the air with carcinogenic diesel fumes and soot, which can cause asthma and other respiratory ailments in port workers and local residents.” – Source

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Million Dollar Meat

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

One day several years back, Christine, my neighbor in Dallas, was outside washing something very strange. It looked like a fat, slick pancake. She said it was a special mushroom that was healthy to eat, the juice made a healthy tea and they reproduced like wildfire in the right conditions.

It was kind of spongy but I didn’t taste it, though she said you could fry it just like meat and it had a meaty taste.

The name was kombucha mushroom. Wonder if it might be a candidate for this?

“People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is offering a million-dollar prize for the “first person to come up with a method to produce commercially viable quantities of in vitro meat at competitive prices by 2012.” “In vitro” and “test-tube grown” are not ideas one usually associates with meat. The meat-substitute niche is currently occupied largely by soy in all its miraculous if slightly disappointing forms. There is every reason to change the way meat is produced, to make it more ethical, more humane. But the result of the technology that PETA hopes to reward could be the end of domesticated farm animals. This has often seemed as if it were the logical conclusion of some radical animal-rights activists: better for animals not to exist at all if there is a chance that they would suffer.” – Source

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Scientists Figure Out How To Grow Plants In Moondust

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

Now THIS is an intriguing discovery. First a space station, then the Moon, then perhaps Mars. Soil, carbon dioxide and water for plants and food, excellent!

“If we’re ever going to colonize the moon in any serious way, we’re going to need to terraform it. That is, we’re going to need to figure out how to grow plants up there to provide oxygen. In a big of great news on that front, it looks like scientists have figured out how to grow plants in the moon dust that covers the surface of our favorite satellite. All that they needed to do was add a special bacteria to the moon dust, one that helped transfer nutrients from the moondust to the flowers.” – Source

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Advances In Jacks

Posted by keelynet on April 26, 2008

Neat idea!

“Lift your vehicle in 30 seconds without straining with an awkward, unstable jack. Simply fit the Air Jack’s hose over your exhaust, position the airbag under the vehicle, and turn on your engine. The exhaust inflates the bag, lifting the vehicle to 17″. A one-way valve keeps the bag inflated after the engine has been turned off. The durable Air Jack was originally designed for rugged off-road use and works in mud, snow, and uneven ground where a regular jack cannot. Has no negative effects on the engine.” – Source

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