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Archive for October 20th, 2009

Rabbits As Fuel

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

Note how pets and strays can get caught up, like dolphins in tuna nets.

bunnyburn1“Thousands of rabbits taken from Stockholm parks are being used to fuel a heating plant in Sweden, London’s Daily Telegraph reported – and animal rights’ activists are hopping mad.

The frozen bunny corpses are transported to a heating plant in central Sweden, where they’re incinerated to heat homes.

“Those who support the culling of rabbits think it’s good to use the bodies for a good cause,” said Anna Johanneson of the Society for the Protection of Wild Rabbits.

“But it feels like the power company is trying to turn the animals into an industry rather than look at the main problem,”

Officials target the rabbits to stem the damage done from their feasting on the parks’ plants. Last year, 6,000 rabbits were killed, the paper reported.

Activists claim it’s not only wild rabbits being harvested, but also unwanted pets turned loose in Stockholm’s parks.” – Full Article Source

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Sphere bots get some new skills

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

More on reactionless, inertial drives;

“Spherical robots , or in this case RC vehicles are pretty versatile. They travel about the same on most terrains, including water in some cases. That’s not to say that they travel particularly well on those terrains though.

The common problem is that they can’t really climb over bumps very well, until now. We’ve seen a few versions of sphere bots, but they all seem to need fairly level smooth surfaces, aside from that one that went in the water.

We hadn’t seen any that really had the oomph necessary to climb stairs though. Actually, we still haven’t seen that, but he says it can in the interview you can watch after the break.” – Full Article Source

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Fascinating new Archetype ETF program

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

meditateAnnouncing the new, custom written Archetype ETF program. Everything That Follows…is a result of what you do here.

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The Archetype ETF software uses advanced psychological techniques to teach you to use your own mind to derive your answers.

Once you understand the principles involved, with practice you can use this software to improve your life on many levels; work, family, romantic relationships, monetary concerns, your future, basically many levels of advice that comes with regular use of the Archetype ETF software.

The more you know, experience and learn, the easier it is for you to evoke useful answers for questions that concern you by using this amazing software.

With first use, the answers you receive will likely not be of much use, but over time, as you use the program and build the connections, you will settle into a pattern of relaxation and openness to new information.

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Imagineer’ touts geothermal energy invention

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

A superior approach to geothermal and looks like it is much cheaper and longer lasting than other sources.

geothermalaska108“Alaskan entrepreneur Bernie Karl has pioneered modern technology to tap into one of Earth’s oldest energy resources: hot water. Using imagination to fuel his engineering ambitions, this tenacious thinker and self-starter has figured out a way to generate electricity using water that’s the temperature of a cup of coffee — about 165 degrees Fahrenheit.

After acquiring the 400-acre resort, Karl began trapping water from the underground hot springs, which produce enough power to heat the facility’s greenhouses year-round. Most recently, Karl has turned his invention into a separate business by contracting with Peppermill hotel and casino in Reno, Nevada, to build a similar system there.

His portable geothermal generator units cost from $350,000 to $375,000, each with the potential to generate enough power for 250 average American homes per year. ‘Hot taps’ – His energy-generating machine lies on a flatbed truck and can be hooked up to oil and gas wells or other heat-emitting sources to generate electricity. Karl adds a branch connection to an oil or gas pipeline, and the process begins when he “hot taps” into waste water coming through the pipes.

The hot water enters the tubes of an evaporator encased in a common refrigerant found in many air conditioning systems. As the hot water passes through the evaporator, it begins to boil the refrigerant in the casing surrounding the tubes.

The heat given off by the boiling refrigerant then causes an attached turbine to spin, which jump-starts a generator, producing electrical power. Next, cooling water enters from another source, recondensing the vapor refrigerant into a liquid. A pump pushes the liquid refrigerant back to the evaporator, so the cycle can start again.

The difference in temperatures drives the entire “binary system.” This setup works exactly the opposite of a refrigerator. “Oil companies don’t drill wells for water, but they have some 5,000 kilowatts of geothermal power at their disposal in unused oil wells. Let’s pick the low-hanging fruit and use the wells we have for oil for geothermal power,” he said.

Citing a 2007 Massachusetts Institute of Technology study, Karl said harnessing just 2 percent of Earth’s internal energy could provide 2,000 times more energy than the entire planet currently consumes — all free of polluting greenhouse gas emissions. “Everything goes back, there is no pollution, no smokestack,” he said. “We are going to go recycle oil wells and recycle water and put it back in the ground.”

In a 2007 study, professors at MIT found that mining the huge amounts of heat that reside as stored thermal energy in the Earth’s hard rock crust could supply a substantial portion of the electricity the United States will need in the future, probably at competitive prices and with minimal environmental impact. “… if we just drill deep enough, most of the U.S. can be transformed into a huge geothermal power zone while drastically reducing the nation’s carbon footprint,” the MIT report said.” – Full Article Source

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Preventing Laptop Theft with a USB Flashdrive

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

Neat idea!

computerlapalarm108“You can use a flash drive as a laptop alarm to prevent your laptop from being stolen. When a thief removes the laptop from the table, the USB flash drive will be disconnected from the laptop and a loud siren will sound.

In addition to sounding an alarm, the software sends an alert to your cell phone. Even if the thief gets away with the laptop, its data is destroyed by the software, so your identity can’t be stolen.

/ (I’d suggest you cover the flashdrive with a napkin, book, paper, something so no one would see it. – JWD)

Here’s how:

1. Install free software on your laptop. lalarm.com/LaptopAlarm.
2. Fasten a neck strap to the flash drive.
3. Fasten the other end of the strap to a table.
4. Plug the flash drive into the USB port of a laptop.
5. Lock the laptop by pressing the Windows logo key and “L” key together.” – Full Article Source

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Look into my eyes: The power of hypnosis

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

I think there a lot of bizarre, interesting and possibly very useful phenomena associated with hypnosis.

eyesred88“I think hypnosis is underaccepted and undervalued,” says psychologist Irving Kirsch at the University of Hull, UK. “Partly because of lurid tales published in books and movies, which lead to views of hypnosis as a strange and unbelievable state. Still many people scoff.”

Aside from improving the reputation of hypnosis, Oakley also aims to better understand some of the strangest neurological conditions out there. The idea is to use hypnosis to induce symptoms in otherwise healthy people.

This creates “virtual patients” with symptoms that can literally be switched on and off with a snap of the fingers, making it easier to study the abnormal brain activity that causes them.

“It’s like reverse engineering,” says Peter Halligan, a neuropsychologist at Cardiff University, UK, who works with Oakley. “It’s only when things break down that you appreciate the mechanism involved.” For their experiments, Halligan and Oakley have focused on a range of rare and bizarre conditions.

They include hysterical blindness (the person cannot see but has no perceptible damage to their eyes or brain), hysterical paralysis (an inability to move a part of the body despite having no physical injury – the same limb may move while the person is asleep), prosopagnosia (an inability to recognise faces despite having good sight), alien limb syndrome (the feeling that an arm or leg is acting of its own accord), visual neglect (total lack of awareness of half of the visual field) and Capgras syndrome (a delusional belief that a loved one has been replaced by an imposter).

These are all conditions that the researchers believe can be recreated in healthy people using hypnosis. Many of them are somatoform disorders, in which people develop physical symptoms in the absence of an identifiable physical cause. All are rare, and when they occur it is often in people with other problems, such as depression or schizophrenia, making them hard to study.

Halligan and colleagues put 12 highly hypnotisable students under and then either suggested that their left leg was paralysed, or told them to merely pretend that their left leg was paralysed, with the promise of a reward if they managed to fool an investigator.

The investigators, unaware of which group the participants were in, couldn’t tell who was faking paralysis – until they saw scans of the volunteers brains. There were clear differences in brain activity. One of the brain areas that was highly active, or “lit up”, in the hypnotically paralysed volunteers was the right orbitofrontal cortex – a region thought to be involved with emotional inhibition, and which has also been seen to light up in hysterical paralysis.

Yann Cojan at the University of Geneva in Switzerland recently tried a similar experiment where volunteers’ left hands were “paralysed” by hypnosis. He and his colleagues also found that brain scans distinguished those under hypnotic suggestion from the fakers.” – Full Article Source.

For more information and learn how to do it, along with fascinating experiments, check out my 3 eBooks on one CD at Learn how to Hypnotize!.

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Update on Cornish Hydrogen Generator

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

And aluminum is currently very cheap.

hydrocornishnew“We are setting up self dependent villages in the Southern African region. As an eg, one village (normaly arround 500) grows maize, the next produces Bio diesel from this maize, the third has cattle etc..

Our bio diesel plant runs on the Indian technology, we de-sal water through a Grahamtech reverse osmosis process, produce electricity through a Hydrogen generator feeding a generator.”

This email initially caught my attention because he mentioned he was “producing electricity through a hydrogen generator feeding a generator”. I had never heard of anybody doing that before, so I emailed him back to try and get a clarification on what he was doing. His response was…

Bill – The H2 is produced on demand in an HSU, more info at “cornish hydrogen” under google etc. The resultant pollution is virtualy 0, therefore high carbon credits. – Prof F Cornish

I was still a little skeptical, so I sent him another email inquiry trying to nail down exactly what he was doing down there in South Africa. His last response was…

Bill – We run all on aired down Hydrogen, we built our units together with Aerovlot back in the 80’s & 90’s, and as per the figures picked up, the unit runns alone for > 24 hours on a spool costing Rsa 12-00 ($1.80), which runs our remote pumps, heating and lighting for 10-20 houses.” – Regards
Prof F Cornish / (Thanks to Frane for the headsup! – JWD) – Full Article Source

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2012 stirs Apocalypse Predictions, Doomsayers

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

Que sera sera….not much we could do about a celestial or even terrestrial event, even if we wanted to…just enjoy life and have lots of new experiences!

mayanbolon“Next month Hollywood’s “2012” opens in cinemas, featuring earthquakes, meteor showers and a tsunami dumping an aircraft carrier on the White House.

A significant time period for the Mayas does end on the date, and enthusiasts have found a series of astronomical alignments they say coincide in 2012, including one that happens roughly only once every 25,800 years.

Monument Six found at an obscure ruin in southern Mexico during highway construction in the 1960s, the stone tablet almost didn’t survive; the site was largely paved over and parts of the tablet were looted. It’s unique in that the remaining parts contain the equivalent of the date 2012.

The inscription describes something that is supposed to occur in 2012 involving Bolon Yokte, a mysterious Mayan god associated with both war and creation. However – shades of Indiana Jones – erosion and a crack in the stone make the end of the passage almost illegible.

Archaeologist Guillermo Bernal of Mexico’s National Autonomous University interprets the last eroded glyphs as maybe saying, “He will descend from the sky.”Spooky, perhaps, but Bernal notes there are other inscriptions at Mayan sites for dates far beyond 2012 – including one that roughly translates into the year 4772.

/ Additional Info – The Tortuguero inscription says that when the completion of 13 baktuns occurs on 4 ahau 3 kankin, December 21 2012, “it will occur – it will be the descent of the Bolon Yokte K’uh (Nine Support Gods) to the…”

It’s tempting to imagine that the missing word is “Earth”, but we can see the outline of the glyph and a search in the Maya glyph dictionary didn’t find a match for Earth or World. However, the “it” that will occur is semi-visible and looks like the glyph for darkness.

In the Chilam Balam of Chumayel, it says that in katun 4 Ahau (which is the katun from April 1993 to December 2012) the feathered serpent god, Kukulcan, will return. This god originated with the Toltecs as Quetzalcoatl and it is now known that the original Quetzalcoatl religion was about raising a serpent-like energy up the spine – the very same concept as the Hindu concept of kundalini.

n the Aztec myth, Quetzalcoatl sacrificed himself, spent eight days in the underworld and reappeared as Venus. He is expected to return between Venus transits, and we are now between the Venus transit of June 2004 and the next one in June 2012.” – Full Article Source

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Build a Hydrogen Fuel Cell in Your Kitchen

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

A neat little experiment.

hydrogencelldiy108“Scitoys has a great tutorial on how to build a working hydrogen fuel cell with objects from around the house.

And the best part is, the whole thing will take you 10 minutes or so, which makes this a perfect project to do with your attention-span-lacking kids to introduce them to renewable energy concepts. Especially if there’s a science fair or something coming up.

Plus, it’s a really great DIY illustration of how the cell works, if you’re curious yourself. And who doesn’t want a hydrogen fuel cell next to their fridge? What you’ll need:

From Scitoys;

* A popsickle stick or similar small piece of wood or plastic.
* A 9 volt battery clip.
* A 9 volt battery.
* Some transparent sticky tape.
* A glass of water.
* A volt meter.
* One foot of platinum coated nickel wire, or pure platinum wire.” – Source

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Round robot rolls out big things for CSU student

Posted by keelynet on October 20, 2009

This is so cool, another proof of unidirectional, kinemassic, inertial, reactionless drives that push against THEMSELVES for thrust.

“Greg Schroll’s invention could impact everything from space exploration to search and rescue operations. As an undergraduate student at MIT, Schroll put together a spherical robot – a moving orb that’s controlled remotely.

It’s been done before, but always with limitations. “They can’t climb over large objects,” Schroll said. “They can’t climb steep inclines easily, [they are] incapacitated if they fall into a little ditch.”

Schroll literally overcame the obstacle by attaching a set of gyroscopes to store momentum. “Kind of like storing a running start, but you can do it while you’re just standing still,” he said.

“It gives you this huge boost that you can basically use to climb over big obstacles or climb over big stairs.” – Source

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