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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 05:52 PM
Some of you may have read that the "FCC Advanced Net Neutrality Regulations":

FCC Net Neutrality

From what I have read, the new regulations do not Slow down access to non-paying website, they simply speed-up access to paying websites.

This may be a problem though, because of finite data rates. If a sufficiently large group of people wish to access the resources of a paying website or service (like Netflix) at higher data rates, then eventually people who wish to access the non-paying websites or services may have to use the data transfer capacity that is left-over. This may lead to an unintended slowing of non-paying websites.

posted on May, 15 2014 @ 09:25 PM
What is now needed is a vision of the future energy economy. To help orient ourselves here is a chart of the Consumption by Source and Consumption Summary:

Energy Consumption by Source

If we look at the Consumption Summary chart, Demand Sectors column, we see that the largest demand is electrical at 40.1%, then transportation at 27.8%, Industrial at 20.6%, and Residential and Commercial at 10.8%.

Though the transportation sector is only 27.8% of the whole, it is the sector upon which all others depend. The vast majority of energy sources require petroleum products to operate the machinery that extract and transport the resource. For example mining for and transporting coal, uranium, metals, and other raw materials requires machines that operate on petroleum products. Hence, without petroleum, the other sectors cannot function, so petroleum (for the most part) is the linchpin that holds the entire economy (not just the energy economy) together. With finite reserves and increasing demand from rapidly industrializing countries, petroleum prices will keep increasing which may adversely affect the U.S. economy.

Since the economy runs on petroleum, petroleum energy will be required to transfer the economy over to non-petroleum. Since the price of petroleum, for the foreseeable future, will most likely keep on rising, the longer we wait to transfer the more it will cost. Some may argue, why not wait until the market tells us to transfer to non-petroleum? The problem is that it may require a decade or two to completely transfer the economy. Waiting until the price of petroleum is comparable with other sources will drastically raise the price of transfer since the cost of all raw materials, labor, machinery operation will most likely also increase. This may lead to even more public debt, a decreased standard of living, and possibility permanent economic shrink. Also, isn't it irresponsible and a mark of immaturity to wait until the last possible minute to initiate the transfer for something critically important to the economy?

So what I propose is to fold or incorporate the transportation, industrial (as much as it technically possible), and residential sectors into the electrical sector. Physically this implies that we convert nearly all forms of transportation, machinery, space and water heating, etc to electrical. The reason why is that nearly all forms of energy can be converted into electricity, hence they can all use an upgraded electrical infrastructure. We can use solar, wind, natural gas, nuclear, clean coal, petroleum, anything that can provide energy. This is unlike our current infrastructure, only oil or derivatives can flow through a pipeline or be carried in a tanker, only natural gas or derivatives can flow through special pipes or carried in pressurized tanks, current machinery can only use gasoline, diesel, or some close derivative.

Since almost any energy resource can be converted into electricity, the economy will become far more robust. No longer will the economy depend (at its root) on just One form of energy. If any form of energy becomes too expensive or too troublesome to obtain, we can, with relative ease, use some other form. The electrical economy can easily accommodate new technologies and will make the evolution from fossil fuels to a combination of renewables and nuclear/fusion much less expensive and less troublesome. Furthermore, since the electrical infrastructure, in a sense, renders all energy sources equal, true competition between energy sources can take place. If the "Free energy" proponents can create a workable technology that can provide multi-megawatts of power, then it will become possible to actually compete with other energy sources. This will lead to benefits to the consumer and businesses.

This will also create and provide jobs for millions of Americans for decades. Since the infrastructure must be built, operated, and maintained in the U.S., this program will lead to the synthesis of foreign and American labor. Raw materials can be mined, processed and equipment can be manufactured overseas and brought into the U.S. It may require a little bit of money to build but, this is something that will Have to be done Anyway at the end, we will have robust infrastructure capable of generating economic growth in the far future.
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posted on May, 18 2014 @ 04:53 PM
There is a thread on ATS that provides evidence that HAARP can indeed manipulate weather:

HAARP Weather Modification

This may have tremendous benefit for solar energy production, especially in the southwest, of course depending on the capabilities.

posted on May, 26 2014 @ 02:37 AM
In one of my previous posts I outlined the concept of upgrading the electrical infrastructure of the U.S. so that it can provide all of our energy needs. This implies changing nearly all of our transportation to run on electricity rather than on oil or its derivatives. Some may comment there is one form of transportation that, as far as is publicly known, cannot operate on electric power - flight.

I believe I have found a solution. Now some may have heard of the Hyperloop concept as developed by Elon Musk and friends, it is touted as an open source public works project:

The Hyperloop

It appears to be technically possible with currently and publicly available technology and it touts a top speed of 800 mph, this is faster than most commercial airliners which travel around 500 mph maximum. Hence, this form of transportation can eventually replace continental air travel. The reason why the Hyperloop is relevant to our discussion is because it operates on electric power! So here we have a potential replacement for continental air travel that operates on electricity.

Yet, the hyperloop isn't simply air travel in a tube, since it shares many features common to a subway it can be developed in such a manner where it becomes akin to very high speed subway/lightrail travel. So in a sense the hyperloop can become like an extension of public transit. It will have the high speed of air travel with the convenience of the subway/lightrail, as such it has the potential to be used by far more people, far more often than commercial air travel. So the hyperloop could be as fast as plane ride, yet as cheap as a train ride!!

The hyperloop can be integrated into existing metropolitan subway systems, for example BART in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Los Angeles Metro, Chicago “L”, or New York subway system. Let's try to deduce some of ways in which people could use this new “Hyper speed subway”.

The notion of a commute will radically change. Just imagine working in Los Angeles, where wages are higher, and living in Phoenix, where the cost of living and housing is lower, with a commute time of 30 mins! How about working in San Francisco with a house in Scottsdale? How about attending Stanford while still living at home in Salt Lake City? How about a Friday night on the town in Vegas when you live in Denver? Want to spend a weekend at Venice beach, Laguna Beach, Seal Beach, or Bolsa Chica, but you live in Tucson. How about taking the kids to Disneyland, Universal Studios, or to see Hollywood with the ease of visiting your local park in Kansas City? The hyperloop doesn't only make all of this possible, it makes it faster, cheaper, and far more convenient than commercial air travel.

If a complete hyperloop circuit is built from Phoenix → Flagstaff → Grand Canyon --> Salt Lake City → San Francisco → Los Angeles → Phoenix, then this entire region will eventually become one very large metropolitan area. Furthermore the hyperloop could be extended SLC → Denver → Kansas City, Phoenix → Albuquerque → Dallas. Eventually the entire Western Half of the U.S. will become one large metropolitan area. If other regions of the United States adopt the hyperloop, we can have Chicago to New York in 1 hour, New York to Boston or Washington D.C. in 30 min, New York to Atlanta in just a little over an hour!! Pittsburgh to New York in 30 min. All of this with the ease and expense of a subway ride!!

If the hyperloop can break the sound barrier magical things can happen. If a special “line” of hyperloop can be constructed between Los Angeles and New York, with a top speed of Mach 3+ or about 2500 mph then, it will be possible to travel between Los Angeles and New York in 1 hour!!

Furthermore, since all travel takes place in a tube, it is immune to weather conditions, hence weather will cease to be a factor in continental travel. The hyperloop tube can be buried deep underground in areas of the country subject to snow storms, tornadoes or hurricanes. Indeed, the hyperloop will be like a hyper fast subway system for the entire U.S.
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posted on May, 31 2014 @ 03:31 PM
Some may be wondering, what about all the small towns and cities between major hyperloop stops, will they have access to the hyperloop? Sure, it is technically feasible to place stops along the way of the hyperloop, unfortunately this means that the hyperloop vehicle will have to stop and accelerate several times during the trip, thereby reducing the average velocity and increasing commute times. This can be addressed by constructing separate express hyperloop lines. The express lines will not have any stops between major cities, hence the commute times will be as short as is safely possible. So there will be at least two lines, the regular hyperloop line that makes all the stops and the express line that does not make any stops between its origin and destination.

The hyperloop also has an important advantage over typical high speed rail, it will be much easier to add new hyperloop tubes than it will be to add new high speed rail tracks. This is because the hyperloop tubes can be stacked vertically, so if we wish to add a new tube, we can simply build atop pre-exsisting tubes without increasing the footprint on the ground below. Also, the hyperloop concept allows for separate capsules, so it may be possible to reserve the leading capsule for 1st class passengers. These passengers may have their own entrance and waiting areas, similar to the “admiral's club” or “VIP” clubs in air travel, of course they will have to pay additional fees for the service.

The societal implications of hyperloop travel are astounding, it will democratize travel in a way that the U.S. has never seen. Price isn't the only democratizing factor, both time and convenience play a large role. When nearly all major U.S. cities are at most 2 hours away, at the price of a train ticket, and with the convenience of riding on a subway car, then distance will play a much smaller role in U.S. culture. As much as the Internet has brought us together remotely, there is still much that is difficult to convey and/or not conveyed through text, images, or even remote speech and video. Actual physical presence at a location reveals much that isn't or can't be conveyed remotely. So hyperloops will be akin to a “physical internet” transferring all those aspects of culture that are difficult to convey remotely.

More practical benefits of hyperloops are, increased job opportunities. Since nearly all points in the U.S. will be at most 2 hours away, people will now be able to look for work anywhere in U.S. without having to relocate. Any job in the U.S. within the reach of the hyperloop will be available to anyone in U.S. within the reach of the hyperloop. Want to work upgrading the electrical infrastructure of the U.S. in North Dakota, but you live in Atlanta, no problem! Want to work building new hyperloop lines in Alaska, but you live in Dallas, no problem! It will be possible to commute to any job in the U.S., with the ease of using the subway. People will be able to work where they want and be able to afford a house, since now they have ALL of the U.S. available for housing. Or the reverse, you can live where you want and find a jobs that allows it to happen.

Furthermore, companies will be able to relocate to parts of the U.S. where it is least expensive to operate, without relocating the employees!

Also, possibly in the near future, it may be possible to build an underwater Mach 3 hyperloop linking New York with London England. So people from nearly all points in the U.S. can be in Europe in 2 hours using the Mach 3 hyperloops. So now the whole of Europe will be conveniently available to everyone in the U.S. or conversely the whole of the U.S. will be conveniently available to everyone in Europe. So now people can kick back in Rome sip an espresso, check out some Roman ruins, go to the Vatican, hang out with the Pope and be home, in Seattle, in time for dinner.
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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 10:28 PM
Now, in regards to the plan to cover 100,000+ square of desert to provide for all the energy needs of the U.S., we can think globally and ask how many square miles of highly sunlit land will be required to power the entire world? According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration the world consumed 524 quadrillion Btu in 2013 which is equal to 6.6 x 10^20 Joules, lets assume on average each square meter of sunlit land receives about 1000 watts or Joules/sec, one year has 3.155 x 10^7 seconds divide by two for night time gives us 1.58 x 10^7 seconds. So each square meter of land receives 1.58 x 10^10 joules of energy per year.

Now 6.6 x 10^20 / 1.58 x 10^10 = 4.177x10^10 m^2 this is how many square meters of land are required to power the entire world.

Now the total area of all deserts on earth is 4.96 x 10^13 m^2, if we subtract out the surface areas of Antarctica and Australia (because it may be too costly to run power lines from Australia to other continents) then we get about 7.97 x 10^12 m^2, this is more than enough desert surface area to provide for ALL worldwide energy needs!!

Oil producing countries may be concerned that they may lose capital and influence if countries begin to meet most, if not all, of their power demands via electrical transmission, but this is not so. Many of the largest oil producing countries are in highly sunlit area of the earth, with vast deserts. These deserts could be covered with solar panels and transmission lines run to European and Asian countries. The entire Sahara could bloom with solar panels, providing the largest amount of electrical power in their hemisphere of the world!

Not to mention the sun will provide safe solar radiation for the next 5 billion years, while oil and its derivatives will only last at most for the next 200+ years and that is at reduced production rates. We could turn to coal, shale, or natural gas, but it is not certain that they could meet the demands of energy for transportation and if need be other sectors for the U.S. or the world for an extended period of time especially with increasing consumption rates. Nuclear is another option, though it can be problematic.

Even if there are breakthroughs in fusion and/or free energy there are problems, namely that many power plants would have to be built to provide all of our energy needs. Also, (I would imagine) they would have to be serviced quite often, and might need a steady supply of raw materials. Each of these factors serves to limit the amount of energy that these power plants can produce on a continuous basis. With solar energy, as long as the sun it shining and there are an acceptable amount and type of clouds it will produce all the energy at once!! No need to wait around for parts to arrive or waiting for the next shipment of raw materials.

People may say I must be "on some mixture of brain altering chemicals" to believe that we will change the energy infrastructure of the world to electrical transmission, let alone solar power. I ask the question, who are the real dreamers? Is it those who rationally plan for the future, taking into account increases in demand and decreases in production rates and act to build an infrastructure flexible enough to allow for a "mixture" and evolution of energy sources? Or is it those who act as if they believe we will never run out of oil and/or who disbelieve some of the most rigorous and established results regarding global climate change? Who make very few plans for the future, who would rather fight wars than switch, who keep us locked to just ONE (for the most part) source of energy for transportation? If there are perils for monoculture farming, there are just as many perils for mono-energy supplies.

Even if we can't agree on the sources of energy, we can say one thing for sure, that most if not all of the energy needs in the future will be met via electrical transmission.
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posted on Jun, 15 2014 @ 02:48 AM
In order to allow true originality and creativity to flourish we must be able to protect our ideas at the source, our brains. I will outline a method by which everyone can protect their brains from being monitored.

1. The brain produces and emits low frequency electromagnetic waves 0-100+hz:

According to wikipedia, the magnetic component (MEG) may have higher field strengths than the electric component outside the brain. Brain signals may be emitted primarily from the head, neck, torso. Other parts of the body may also emit detectable amount of brain waves. Another theory as to how they can detect weak signals may have to do with the random polarization of the electromagnetic waves emitted by the brain. This will require more research.

2. These electromagnetic fields are very weak, especially at distances far from the brain and body, so very sensitive detectors may be used. Something like Squids:

I recently ran across a patent on google that claims to supposedly detect signals from molecules, which can be used to detect signals from our brains at a distance:

This information may be useful to those who may wish to develop a system that can reconstruct thoughts at a distance.

3. So the question becomes, how can we attenuate the signal from our brains to the detectors? The goal is to attenuate the brain signals so much that they fall below the detectors ability to distinguish the signal from the background. According to classical electromagnetism, materials with both low resistivity and high relative permeability have the ability to attenuate low frequency signals, this is known as skin depth:

Low frequency signals require thicker material to significantly attenuate the brain signals. I have found that IRON (the purer the better, 99.999%+), 3 mm thick, attenuates brain signals sufficiently so as to render them undetectable. Since the brain signals may be detected from any part of the body, just to be safe, it is best to build a tight fitting IRON room.

Now, if proper security precautions are not taken, someone may place sensors on the surface of the iron that can transmit brain signals through the iron, hence defeating the purpose. These sensors are difficult to remove or disable, you can try sandpaper, chemical baths, exposure to high heat, or torches. One method may be to expose the iron room to high current electric shocks. If none of these methods work, there is a method of last resort that has a high probability of working. Disassemble the iron room, take ALL the iron to a foundry, have the foundry melt the iron completely and raise the molten iron to temperatures higher than the melting temperature of Iron > 1538°C, 2800°F, but lower than the boiling point < 2862°C, 5182°F. Most semiconductor materials melt below 1538°C, so if there are any such materials they will be disassociated. Afterwards have the foundry cast the molten iron to the proper dimensions and purity as before, then reconstruct the room.

Make sure to be in direct visual contact with the Iron at all times (no remote monitoring of any kind) from the initial deconstruction of the room to the final reconstruction of the room.

Now if this doesn't work you may consider mining and purifying raw iron directly from the earth (under your supervision), this iron will be completely untouched, no funny business.

4. You can also construct a high powered Helmholtz coil in all 3 axes, inside the Iron room, for added protection. Combine this with a random noise generator 0-100hz and a high powered amplifier and you have some nice protection. By the way you can use almost any high powered audio amplifier, since they can still amplify low frequency signals. I use a Crown PS-400 with frequency response of 0-20000hz, just to be safe.

5. Once you are satisfied the IRON room sufficiently attenuates your brain signals, the next step is security, to keep the surfaces of the Iron free of sensors. Given enough time or resources nearly any security system can be bypassed, no matter how sophisticated or advanced. So the only security systems left are those where it is physically impossible to bypass, without completely and irreversibly breaking the structure. One such system is to lock all doors, windows, and any other type of access from the inside.

One such method is to use a hasp and padlock mounted on the inside of every door something like this:

Make sure to use a good, difficult to pick padlock, one of the best padlocks on the market are made by mul-t-lock, these locks are nearly unpickable, though just to be safe mount them on the inside:

It is critical to not have any part of the lock or mechanism accessible from the outside, given enough time they can be bypassed. Also, make sure to keep all doors tight fitting with the frame, so as to reduce the probability of inserting some wire-thin picking devices.

Next is windows, I used a simple pliers tightened sliding window lock on all windows, something like this:

Very difficult to open from the outside, for ultimate security you can high-torque bolt the windows down from the inside. Don't' forget to lock down the garage door it is all too easy to open the garage door from the outside by pulling on the emergency release handle with a wire. Unplug the door opener (if it has one), sometimes you can use window locks on garage doors too, along with high-torque bolting.

Don't forget to lock down any access from the roof or attic, lock from the inside.

So how do you go outside your residence if you can only lock it from the inside? This is a tricky dilemma, though there is a method that has worked for me. Nearly any remote control locking device can be bypassed by emulating the signals, BUT there is a way to make it secure, get a digital power timer like this:< br />
Also get a DC to AC inverter like this: SwooKoAQ&ved=0CMoEEKYrMAI

Then get a car battery (deep cycle or not depending on the application) like this:

Connect the deep cycle battery to the DC to AC converter, then to the digital timer, then to the remote locking device. This way you eliminate the possibility of communication via power lines. Set the timer to turn off one minute after you leave (make sure to watch the door) and to turn on 1 hour or so after you come back. This way you have nearly complete security.

If you are worried that it may be possible to communicate with the digital timer via Electromagnetic signals you can place the inverter and timer in a thick cast iron pot with a lid. As a last resort you can make your own timer using discrete components.
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posted on Jul, 4 2014 @ 09:25 PM
I was searching through some videos on youtube and I ran across a set of videos involving something called "gangstalking":


As I watched some of the videos I began to realize that much of what the people described mirrored almost Exactly what I went through in San Francisco and in Phoenix. Random strangers revealing details of your personal life in random conversation in stores, complete strangers honking their horns whenever they pass you on the street, helicopter harassment, dog barking harassment, and even jet stream harassment!! (They like to use airplanes flying overhead to "paint" the sky with jet streams, they're not really original artists).

Even some of other forms of harassment also fit, for example some people report that "they (secret government)" have equipment that can read thoughts! Doing a little more research online I have found that such technology does exist and has been known since the 70s:

Covert Thought Surveillance

So I was and am not the only one who was subjected to these forms of harassment, thousands of people in the U.S. and around the world have been subject to these forms of harassment and many people have died as a result. Many became mentally unsound and were committed to mental institutions and some were driven to suicide. Most of the people who were/are harassed were/are not criminals or a physical threat to the government, rather they were vocal critics of the government, possible whistle blowers, Ufologists who refused to compromise their integrity, and sometimes people who the system no longer wants.

So let's make this 4th of July a true celebration of founding principles of the U.S. by speaking out against electronic harassment and gangstalking. I am doing my part by finding ways to defeat their technologies and spreading the ideas as far and wide as I can.

P.S. If you are or know a scientist, most likely they unknowingly have had their thoughts read while in their labs or homes. There is a strange pattern I noticed in the sciences after the 50s or 60s, individuals like Feynmann or Einstein became rare if nonexistent. I wonder if this is a result of thought reading technologies, no one scientist is allowed to be given credit for too many ideas. The "idea trade" may be a multi-million dollar underground industry, sometimes they like to "spread good ideas around" to people that are more publicly presentable, more pliable, of the desired ethnicity, politically convenient, etc.
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posted on Jul, 4 2014 @ 10:50 PM
If you believe you may be a victim of microwave harassment, there are materials you can buy that will significantly attenuate a broad range of microwave frequencies, the most important material is ECCOSORB:


This will reflect and/or absorb a wide range of microwave frequencies. (Thanks to George Noory and Roger Tolces, I heard about this on Coast to Coast).

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