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KeithLaney.net Site Discussion / Re: We Never Forgot About Mars
« Last post by Wook on October 24, 2014, 10:29:18 PM »
http://keithlaney.net/SMF/index.php?topic=15566.40;topicseen

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Re: Rosetta pursuit - did we get there first ?

« Reply #48 on: Today at 09:01:53 PM »

Rosetta update:

Rosetta comet reeks of rotten eggs urine and noxious fumes.

from: http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/rosetta-comet-reeks-of-rotten-eggs-pee-and-noxious-fumes/38535/


   Friday, October 24, 2014, 3:19 PM -   Comets may be pretty to look at, and scientifically fascinating, but according to what the Rosetta spacecraft has detected wafting off of Comet 67P, they apparently really stink up the place.

The ESA's Rosetta spacecraft is a robotic mission, so there's none on board to actually smell what the comet is 'dealing', of course. Also, even if there was someone along for the already 10+ year ride, taking their helmet off for a whiff wouldn't be a great idea anyway. However, ever since the spacecraft arrived at the comet, in early August, it has been watching the plumes rising from the surface with the mass spectrometers of its Rosetta Orbiter Sensor for Ion and Neutral Analysis (ROSINA) instrument.

Mixed in with the gases already detected coming off comet as of early September, like water, carbon dioxide, methane, ammonia and methanol, the instrument has picked up the spectral fingerprints of hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide, carbon disulphide and formaldehyde. If you combined that all together into an 'Eau de Comet' from 67P, it wouldn't exactly be a best-selling fragrance.


"The perfume of 67P/C-G is quite strong, with the odor of rotten eggs (hydrogen sulphide), horse stable (ammonia), and the pungent, suffocating odor of formaldehyde," Kathrin Altwegg, principal investigator for the ROSINA instrument at the University of Bern, said in the blog post. "This is mixed with the faint, bitter, almond-like aroma of hydrogen cyanide. Add some whiff of alcohol (methanol) to this mixture, paired with the vinegar-like aroma of sulphur dioxide and a hint of the sweet aromatic scent of carbon disulphide, and you arrive at the 'perfume' of our comet."
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Anomalous Herald News / Re: it's Friday at HM..
« Last post by Wook on October 24, 2014, 10:24:12 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=en6afOnpBNw
82 Yr Old Grandmother Voting Straight Republican; Tired of Democrats
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Hidden Mission Review / Re: Rosetta pursuit - did we get there first ?
« Last post by alemos on October 24, 2014, 09:01:53 PM »
Rosetta update:

Rosetta comet reeks of rotten eggs urine and noxious fumes.

from: http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/rosetta-comet-reeks-of-rotten-eggs-pee-and-noxious-fumes/38535/


   Friday, October 24, 2014, 3:19 PM -   Comets may be pretty to look at, and scientifically fascinating, but according to what the Rosetta spacecraft has detected wafting off of Comet 67P, they apparently really stink up the place.

The ESA's Rosetta spacecraft is a robotic mission, so there's none on board to actually smell what the comet is 'dealing', of course. Also, even if there was someone along for the already 10+ year ride, taking their helmet off for a whiff wouldn't be a great idea anyway. However, ever since the spacecraft arrived at the comet, in early August, it has been watching the plumes rising from the surface with the mass spectrometers of its Rosetta Orbiter Sensor for Ion and Neutral Analysis (ROSINA) instrument.

Mixed in with the gases already detected coming off comet as of early September, like water, carbon dioxide, methane, ammonia and methanol, the instrument has picked up the spectral fingerprints of hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide, carbon disulphide and formaldehyde. If you combined that all together into an 'Eau de Comet' from 67P, it wouldn't exactly be a best-selling fragrance.


"The perfume of 67P/C-G is quite strong, with the odor of rotten eggs (hydrogen sulphide), horse stable (ammonia), and the pungent, suffocating odor of formaldehyde," Kathrin Altwegg, principal investigator for the ROSINA instrument at the University of Bern, said in the blog post. "This is mixed with the faint, bitter, almond-like aroma of hydrogen cyanide. Add some whiff of alcohol (methanol) to this mixture, paired with the vinegar-like aroma of sulphur dioxide and a hint of the sweet aromatic scent of carbon disulphide, and you arrive at the 'perfume' of our comet."




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Anomalous Herald News / Re: it's Friday at HM..
« Last post by Wook on October 24, 2014, 06:46:15 PM »
http://www.courant.com/opinion/hc-op-natale-teacher-ready-to-quit-over-common-cor-20140117-story.html
The most trusted news source in America? Not the New York Times or PBS, finds Pew Research http://econ.st/1uE1JXW 
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Anomalous Herald News / Re: Swine Flu and Pig Poo Flu Hysteria
« Last post by Wook on October 24, 2014, 06:29:57 PM »
http://reason.com/blog/2014/10/24/despite-ebola-fears-dhs-unprepared-for-a
Despite Ebola Fears, DHS Unprepared for a Pandemic After Spending a Bundle, Warns Inspector General
J.D. Tuccille|Oct. 24, 2014 1:35 pm
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Despite years of warning, preparation, and spending, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is unprepared for the sort of pandemic that has been occupying Americans' minds of late, DHS Inspector General John Roth told the House Oversight Committee today. The feds have stockpiled plenty of gear and supplies, but they don't know if it's the right gear, in the right quantities, or whether it's in usable condition, because there's no game plan to speak of.

In testimony on the government's response to "the Ebola crisis,"  Roth described the results of an audit conducted just two months ago:


During our audit, we found that DHS did not adequately conduct a needs assessment before purchasing protective equipment and antiviral drugs. DHS reported spending $9.5 million on pandemic protective equipment beginning in 2006, yet did not identify its needs for protective equipment. Moreover, DHS spent $6.7 million for antiviral drugs, but did not have clear and documented methodologies for determining the types and quantities of medication it should purchase. In other words, we could not determine the basis for DHS’ decisions on how much or what types of pandemic preparedness supplies to purchase, store, or distribute. The balance of the funds was spent on pandemic research, exercises, and storage.

By not identifying its needs, the Department cannot be sure its protective equipment stockpiles are adequate or determine whether it has excess supplies on hand.

Roth pointed out that DHS has stockpiled 350,000 white coverall suits and 16 million surgical masks without actually coming up with a justification for those numbers. The same is true of the department's hoard of antiviral drugs—although it actually has estimates for its needs in this area that it didn't actually follow. Too many? Too few? Maybe we'll find out the hard way (fortunately, Ebola is  unlikely to provide a real-world test).

Oh. And the DHS's antibiotics have apparently been warehoused without any thought to how they're supposed to be stored so that they remain usable.

Of the DHS's stockpile of hand sanitizer, 84 percent is expired—so are 200,000 respirators. The entire respirator supply is expected to be unusable after next year. So is most of that antiviral stock.

All of which may be irrelevant, since DHS can't find the stuff anyway. "DHS did not readily know how much protective equipment it had on hand or where the equipment was being stored," Roth told the committee.

The full August 2014 audit is here.
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It's a PLOT! / Re: Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy
« Last post by goshawks on October 24, 2014, 06:08:28 PM »
Worth reading whole article...

http://www.courant.com/opinion/hc-op-natale-teacher-ready-to-quit-over-common-cor-20140117-story.html
Why I Want To Give Up Teaching
by Liz Natale     Jan 17, 2014
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Unfortunately, government attempts to improve education are stripping the joy out of teaching and doing nothing to help children. The Common Core standards require teachers to march lockstep in arming students with "21st-century skills." In English, emphasis on technology and nonfiction reading makes it more important for students to prepare an electronic presentation on how to make a paper airplane than to learn about moral dilemmas from Natalie Babbitt's beloved novel "Tuck Everlasting."
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My most important contributions to students are not addressed by the Common Core, Smarter Balance and teacher evaluations. I come in early, work through lunch and stay late to help children who ask for assistance but clearly crave the attention of a caring adult. At intramurals, I voluntarily coach a ragtag team of volleyball players to ensure good sportsmanship. I "ooh" and "ah" over comments made by a student who finally raises his hand or earns a C on a test she insisted she would fail.

Those moments mean the most to my students and me, but they are not valued by a system that focuses on preparing workers rather than thinkers, collecting data rather than teaching and treating teachers as less than professionals.

Until this year, I was a highly regarded certified teacher. Now, I must prove myself with data that holds little meaning to me. I no longer have the luxury of teaching literature, with all of its life lessons, or teaching writing to students who long to be creative. My success is measured by my ability to bring 85 percent of struggling students to "mastery," without regard for those with advanced skills. Instead of fostering love of reading and writing, I am killing children's passions — committing "readicide," as Kelly Gallagher called it in his book of that title.
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A student's learning will never be measured by any test, and I do not believe the current trend in education will lead to adults better prepared for the workforce, or to better citizens.
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And quoting the above (by a college teacher):
http://gizadeathstar.com/2014/10/opposition-common-core-grows/
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...yet another teacher is resigning, fed up with FedGov, Inc.’s latest nitwittery and interference in the classroom, and its attempts to reduce her, and all teachers, to mere “room monitors” responsible for spitting out “data” and making sure their students perform the appropriate Pavlovian responses on their computerized Skinner boxes and “scientific” multiple choice standardized tests...
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If you think she’s exaggerating, she’s not: literature – and all the critical, analytical, and synthetic thinking skills that it helps to mold in people – will be almost completely wiped out for more “functional” writing skills.
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And the real goal of all of this is clear; it is to rob people of the cardinal and salient positive features of western culture and its achievements in the arts and sciences; its real goal is to rob the broader culture of its memory and history, and hence, of its future; its real goal is to engineer people to live in the ever-present “now”, and to inculcate the “future” only as yet another standardized bit of crackpottery, another “assessment” that they must endure; its real goal is to rob people of their creativity, their ability to analyze, critique, synthesize; it’s real goal is to dehumanize them and rob them of their individuality and heritage.
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It's a PLOT! / Re: Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy
« Last post by goshawks on October 24, 2014, 05:39:34 PM »
http://gizadeathstar.com/2014/10/dr-rossis-cold-fusion-e-cat-reactor-verified-mystery-remains/

Hard-core right-wing viewpoint and some disinfo/omissions, but interesting concerning control of Lithium deposits:

shasta    October 17, 2014 at 1:04 am
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Unless you assume that a person whom worked in S.A.I.C., a shadow company (C.I.A.s.) is full of it, here is a scenario for your sincere contemplation:

So, let’s “assume” US Big Oil, Unocal and Chevron, had a plan to deal with “peak oil” using “new tech energy” as early as 1997.

And let’s “also assume” that Saudi oil estimates were looking pretty bad, like less than 15-20% reserves at that time. And OPEC was very nervous about this fact.

So assume again US Big Oil makes an agreement with the House of Saud to aid in securing “alternative resources for future energy plans” in exchange for military and intelligence support for said long term plans.

And lets “assume once again” that the Unocal pipeline built in 2000, connecting to the Caspian Sea, was also a cover to secure said resource assets, like to mine LITHIUM as early as 2000, in guess where... Afghanistan!

Why AStan? It evidently has over $1Trillion Lithium estimated, but new assessments show much more than that (by maybe an order of magnitude).
http://www.mining.com/1-trillion-motherlode-of-lithium-and-gold-discovered-in-afghanistan/
http://news.discovery.com/earth/afghanistan-minerals-lithium.htm

Why Lithium? Cold Fusion energy, the future of American and European, and eventually the world’s energy supplies. Thus the future of global commerce and a new currency system.

So, this implies that country that has the new energy resource has the global edge, or should I say, controls the global economic currency. Note that the US has never had such luck, as the Federal Reserve is privatized currency, and the US gvt a sock puppet as a result. But that can change, with the right game changing plan.

Back to the events of Lithium in Astan:

Let’s assume that in 2000, certain alphabet agencies needed a good plan to disrupt ‘mid eastern allies’ Paki plans to settle agreements with Astan, to secure a good portion of future holdings in Lithium mining for OPEC and US Big Oil.

And, now the opium production in Astan is another golden goose for some time to come, but the drug op is just one means to destabilize the region as a whole, and keep the black budget pumped up for the time being.

But there’s more to this story... Iraq. In 2000, S. Hussein “discovered” Saudi oil was seriously watered down, and was going to disclose this fact to the world. He told OPEC to F-off and that he was instead going to release more oil from his fields and eventually out-produce the Saudis. He increased production by millions of barrels.

Shell Dutch Oil gets involved in the issue, and attempts to bribe Saddam into slowing oil production to keep prices steady but to no avail. S. Hussein also had plans to pay off debts and free his country, as influenced by Hitler’s model (and thus the ‘love of Hitler’ notions).

Then 2001, we know what happened in the US. Saudi ISI was involved overtly and directly. The Pentagon quickly enough decides to invade Iraq to shut down excessive oil production for the House of Saud. It also enters Astan for a push back and covert war with our “allies” the Pakis in order to secure the “new resource interests” in Lithium... for a future energy transformation program.

Now, why couldn’t the US Gvt just tell the public this was the plan? If we had not acted with force to basically stabilize the Petrol-dollar, the US would have been insolvent overnight. It almost went to SHTF.

Because public support would not have included support for a war, and this was a time-critical period. Like mere months to improvise a game changer. Oil prices would have plunged and the inflated petrol-dollar would have been insolvent. Thus our economic stability would have ended, chaos in the streets, massive death across America as society rapidly decayed into the descent. And although I hate to admit that any death was justified, the 9/11 dead really were heroes for America in this view.

Saudi reserve stats would have been exposed so their status and OPEC in general would have been controlled by Iraq and Iran interests, shifting global Petrol power to these countries, which would have jacked up the prices for Europe, collapsing the EU overnight. Massive chaos in Europe as well.

Paki-Astan interests would have been in control of the Lithium resources. The plan was for Pakis to secure so the Chinese holdings could mobilize to secure this precious resource.

From what I hear, Paki intelligence was planning to sabotage the region with buried nukes to keep out US corporate interests, but Brit MI6 and other NATO intelligence, with Northern Alliance, kept them out of the region.

If we hadn’t gone hot in Astan and Iraq, China would have likely acted with serious aggression, possibly war due to our insolvent paper. We since piled on the debt, suckering China closer so their economic stability is closely coupled with ours. Keep your enemies closer! They have since figured this out and are trying to free up, so they can be postured for going hot.

Russia want revenge for the collapse of their economy. China wants their money and gold. They planned to be the next world economic powers regardless of the Astan loss, by going into Africa for other minerals, as you see now.

So now, it is about stalemating the progress of WWIV. WWIII was a cold war. WWIV is a high tech economic-currency-resource-covert war. Masked as a globalization movement, it ties all players into a massive corporate conglomerate. Keeps the muzzles cool by deal-making and breaking. So far, this type of existence has kept everyone from having to become bbq meat in a flash.
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KeithLaney.net Site Discussion / Re: Cold Fusion
« Last post by goshawks on October 24, 2014, 04:13:38 PM »
http://gizadeathstar.com/2014/10/dr-rossis-cold-fusion-e-cat-reactor-verified-mystery-remains/

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Many of you shared this story with me this past week, and it’s more confirmation that Italian scientist and inventor, Dr. Andrea Rossi, and his cold fusion device, E-Cat, really works, and that his claims, made consistently for the past few years, are not bogus. According to this report by Sebastian Anthony, filed on Oct 9, 2014 on ExtremeTech’s website, the study made some astonishing statements:

Cold fusion reactor verified by third-party researchers, seems to have 1 million times the energy density of gasoline
http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/191754-cold-fusion-reactor-verified-by-third-party-researchers-seems-to-have-1-million-times-the-energy-density-of-gasoline

You can find the pdf of of the report here:

Observation of abundant heat production from a reactor device and of isotopic changes in the fuel
http://www.sifferkoll.se/sifferkoll/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/LuganoReportSubmit.pdf

You’ll note that in the pdf report, the people conducting the study of Rossi’s device were connected to the University of Uppsala, Sweden, the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology, and the University of Bologna in Italy, none of which are fly-by-night institutions, and all of which may be considered to be well-ensconced within “the mainstream.” You’ll note that this report contains some of the first details about Rossi’s device...
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A little later we read that one of the ingredients used in the mixture was lithium, and at this juncture, my mind immediately began thinking “Lithium + electrical pulses” and this reminded me of the “crazy montebank and Swindler, Dr. Ronald Richter,” and his claims, which were made in 1951 in Argentina, that he was obtaining fusion reactions far below the temperatures conventionally held to be necessary for fusion reactions to occur, and he was doing so in plasmas involving lithium-7 under electromagnetic stress.
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While I have not yet had the time to read and digest this whole report, I do find it interesting that these scientists were apparently unable to detect alpha, beta, or gamma radiation using conventional detection methods, and at this point, the Richter connection became even more pronounced to my mind. Readers of my book The Nazi International will recall that Richter placed his radiation detection equipment in such a fashion that it would have been useless for the examining Argentine scientists to detect anything; a point which was not lost on them, and which led its leading scientist, Dr. Jose Balseiro, to conclude that Richter was either a fraud, or incompetent, and perhaps both. But, the Argentine scientists then had Richter re-perform his experiment - this time with the Argentine scientists in charge of the detection equipment (they had brought their own) - with similar results: no standard radiation was detected.
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Scientists remain skeptical of various attempts to explain the phenomenon, but for the present, my bet is on some sort of interaction between fusion and lattice structure, currently one of the models being used to explain the phenomenon. It’s official name is LANR, or Lattice-assisted nuclear reactions.

And that, to my mind, is yet another curious connection to Dr. Richter, doing his strange things in Argentina for Juan Peron in 1951. For Richter, you’ll recall, eventually told the USAF interrogators who had secretly been sent to Argentina to interview him, that he suspected that plasmas with lithium-7, under certain conditions of rotation and electromagnetic stress, acted as coupled harmonic oscillators to what he called a “sort of cellular structure” in local space-time. And a cellular structure is another word for lattice. And that means, someone, somewhere, has known about the realities of cold fusion for a very long time. That means we might have an explanation why so many scientists working in, or covering, the field, end up ridiculed, or, late the unfortunate Dr. Eugene Mallove, dead.
(My Bolding)
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Also, interesting Comments:
Frankie Calcutta    October 16, 2014 at 7:34 am
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My mind immediately began thinking about the highly sought after and finally uncovered mega-lithium deposit in Afghanistan worth trillions. It looks like someone may be attempting to corner the lithium market.
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GizaBrother    October 16, 2014 at 11:04 am
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Joseph, some time ago you wrote about the Rockefeller dynasty shifting their energy investment strategy towards a route away from oil. THIS is the cause of that, PARTLY. Beyond doubt, at this point the worms have escaped the can...
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Now, the fight will be to keep the oligarchs from tieing-up the technology... :whistle:
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