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Geological & Cosmological Events / Re: Mud Flood
« on: January 23, 2019, 06:40:29 PM »

DESTROYED ATMOSPHERIC ENERGY GRID (TARTARIA TECHNOLOGY) ⚡️ If you look closely, then on the traverse really hang objects, similar to porcelain insulators at least in shape. What was their secret? Most likely, they formed the medium for the propagation of disturbances of the ether of a special characteristic. Not for nothing these pillars stood on the busiest streets, where there is a lot of public transport. Personally, looking at these photos, I am convinced once again that the schemes for constructing installations of atmospheric electricity are primitive and can easily be repeated in our time. " Such wireless electricity was throughout the Russian Empire and, apparently, not only there. The well-known merit of Lenin — he gave impetus to the broad electrification of the country — due to the massive construction of hydro and thermal power plants. But at the same time it was ordered to forget about the so-called. wireless electricity - derived directly from the air. In fact, Lenin was well informed about the existence at that time of two types of electricity - after all, he was a contemporary and a witness to the struggle of adherents of two types of energy that occurred at that time. One, now known as "free energy" or "cold electricity," was proposed by Tesla. Moreover, in the light of all the new data on the vicissitudes of the time, it becomes clear that he was not making empty discoveries from scratch. He only offered other, more powerful, tools to extract the ether current. His opponent, the well-known experimental physicist of the time - Edison, suggested using other parameters of electricity and the tools of its extraction. His technology made it possible to control the whole process - and therefore was enthusiastically supported by bankers and capitalists from all over the world, with whom Lenin allegedly fought, as we were taught in school. Tesla, as everyone knows, the capitalists did not support. Industrialist John Morgan, who financed Tesla's experiments, refused to give money to the scientist after his true goals became clear. Morgan didn’t want to pay for research on uncontrolled energy transmission across the entire planet — he was seriously afraid that Tesla’s invention would deprive him of his sources of profit. Did not find an understanding of Tesla and other industrialists. Thus, the free energy of the ether, which any person could freely use, was enclosed in the shackles of modern science and became an instrument of state power and enrichment of individual oligarchs. As we know from history, at first there was a horse, that is, a tram pulled by a horse, but he was moving along the rails, and only then, the well-known tram from electrical wires. But, looking at old photographs of the second half of the 19th and even the beginning of the 20th century, you pay attention to the presence of trams, which seem to go by themselves - without a horse and without wires. But how so? Do not understand how it goes, neither you nor the horse, nor the wires through which electricity is supplied .. The scientific approach is insulted, you understand, it does not correspond to sound logic ...And so, I find such information. On May 31, 1879, the world's first electric railway opened in Berlin and the first electric train designed by Werner von Siemens was demonstrated. The electric motor of the micro-locomotive received electric power along the contact rail. The length of the circular railway was 300 meters. Visitors to the exhibition were extremely surprised by the train moving without steam and horses. Initially, Siemens developed the electric train for use in mines, but already in 1881 the first electric tram went on the route in Berlin. Yes, of course, the first thing that comes to mind is that electric current could be supplied along rails. But, first, bulky transformers-converters were needed. Yes, and expensive - the lion's share of energy is simply lost, even at a short distance. The second option - trams could move at the expense of chemical batteries (accumulators). But even today, those are bulky and long charged. Yes, and it was immediately visible on the design. And here - light, unencumbered "carts on wheels." And so, something happened in our history, she backed away, and the time came for the "horse trams". People have found a better way to carry heavy cars - with the help of a horse! Do not remember who invented harnessed horses ... And where did it all go ... The horse tram to replace the electric traction? However, scientific and technological progress!

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Geological & Cosmological Events / Re: Mud Flood
« on: January 23, 2019, 05:01:15 PM »
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History / Unchained at Last
« on: January 23, 2019, 04:24:37 PM »
When Fraidy Reiss took on stopping child marriages in the United States, she thought the issue would be disturbing enough for lawmakers to legislate an immediate fix.

She started her organization, Unchained at Last, in 2011 to push for an end to child and forced marriages after defying and then escaping her insular religious community, which she says forced her to wed a violent man at age 19. Heart-wrenching tales from women and girls from around the country poured in about their forced or arranged child marriages, leaving Reiss overwhelmed but determined.


Do you have an appetite for adventure?

Well hot dog! Oscar Mayer has the job for you. The company famous for its hot dogs and cold cuts is looking for its next Wienermobile drivers.

As a “hotdogger," you’ll be responsible for representing the Oscar Mayer brand “as a goodwill ambassador.”

The job doesn’t just include driving the famous Wienermobile around the country. In fact, applicants should have a degree in public relations, journalism, communications, advertising or marketing. According to the release online, hotdoggers will be tasked with acting as their “own traveling public relations firm, organizing promotions and pitching TV, radio and print media."

With the job, Oscar Mayer promises a competitive salary, benefits and “a company car guaranteed to turn heads.”

Applications are due no later than Jan. 31, with the position beginning in June.

Surly Newz / Re: Things That Make Me Say, "Dafuq?"
« on: January 23, 2019, 04:11:46 PM »

Arizona Lawmaker Wants Porn To Fund Trump’s Border Wall
House Bill 2444 would require electronic devices bought or sold in the state to include porn blockers that would require a fee to disable.

Conspiracy / Inside The LC @ 50
« on: January 23, 2019, 02:32:18 PM »

Laurel Canyon: Military Intelligence Family Backgrounds of the Iconic 60s Counterculture Rock Stars

The followed is a condensed, abridged version of key takeaways from McGowan’s book “Inside the LC”:

In a geographically and socially isolated community known as Laurel Canyon – a heavily wooded, rustic, serene, yet vaguely ominous slice of LA nestled in the hills that separate the Los Angeles basin from the San Fernando Valley – musicians, singers and songwriters suddenly begin to gather as though summoned there by some unseen Pied Piper. Within months, the “hippie/flower child” movement will be given birth there, along with the new style of music that will provide the soundtrack for the tumultuous second half of the 1960s.

It was the major record labels, not upstart independents, that signed Laurel Canyon’s newly-formed bands. It was the major labels that provided them with instruments and amplifiers. It was the major labels that provided them with studio time and session musicians. The bands themselves were initially lacking in skilled musicians and were very manufactured. It was the major labels that recorded, mixed and arranged their albums. It was the major labels that released and then heavily promoted those albums. And so as not to be left out, the corporate titans of all three branches of the mainstream media – print, radio and television – did their part to help out the titans of the record industry. Thus, we see once more that such movements were not organic.

Despite being counter-culture “threats, these band’s members were never busted (for long) on drug charges. Nobody was ever drafted for the Vietnam war. The bands were largely indifferent to the anti-war movement. There were large numbers of strange deaths in this scene.

During the early years of its heyday, Laurel Canyon’s father figure is the rather eccentric personality known as Frank Zappa (1940-1993). Though he and his various Mothers of Invention line-ups will never attain the commercial success of some of the other bands, Zappa will be a hugely influential figure among his contemporaries. Somehow at 25, Zappa ensconced himself in an abode dubbed the “Log Cabin” – which sat right in the heart of Laurel Canyon, at the crossroads of Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Lookout Mountain Avenue. Zappa will play host to virtually every musician who passes through the canyon in the mid- to late-1960s. The “Log Cabin” was a cavernous five-level home that featured a 2,000+ square-foot living room with three massive chandeliers and an enormous floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.


He sat at the same table each evening, sometimes with lighting and sometimes without, a cigarette often in hand, a guest always by his side. In the background, the sound of waves rolling against the rocks and the stuttering of a backup generator were constants. Then, with a crackly yet true radio connection, streaming through the wires from an unthinkable place — Alcatraz Island — he began speaking in a calm, determined voice. The nation was listening.

In the Pacifica Radio Archives, located in a modest brick building in North Hollywood, you can hear what hundreds of thousands of Americans heard on those evenings. File through the cassettes and you will find more than a dozen tapes labeled with a single word: Alcatraz. Each is followed by a date, anywhere from December 1969 to August 1970.

But these were not simply programs about Alcatraz, that island in the notoriously frigid San Francisco Bay that was home to a federal prison until it closed in 1963. Rather, they were broadcast from the former prison building itself, from a small cell without heat and only a lone generator for power rumbling in the background.

The show was called Radio Free Alcatraz, and it was hosted by John Trudell, a Santee Sioux Native American activist and broadcaster.

By the winter of 1969, Trudell could be found in that austere cell, speaking over the rush of waves in a composed Midwestern accent. And by 1973, he had become one of the FBI’s most feared activists, with a file that would eventually run longer than 1,000 pages.

Geological & Cosmological Events / Re: Mud Flood
« on: January 23, 2019, 10:00:58 AM »

Mud flood pics & tunes....

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Geopolitics / Re: Election Errata
« on: January 22, 2019, 03:40:46 PM »
I'm not happy to see my taxes going to a 70% marginal rate, and I guaran-damn-tee you you wouldn't be happy about that either, if it was  aimed at you.

And the truth is that it won't help. You can't spend endlessly. That's the problem here. Our taxes should be low and we should have decent social programs too.....but instead we get Stealth Bombers and nukes and drones and 1.2 million warm bodies in uniform. Until that's fixed, a 100% marginal tax rate won't help dig us out the hole, because it's just going to get deeper.

It's true that a huge portion of the tax receipts go for military expenditures, but they do in fact get some return because they bring in the Oil from other parts of the world.  They also provide a paycheck to the folks working for the military.  Where will those grunts and cannon fodder go to work if you cut the military budget?  Starbucks Barristas?    These guys are not generally the brightest bulbs in the box.


They follow orders well.

I know, A Police State to keep an EYE on the wall  :icon_sunny:


AI might not seem to have a huge personal impact if your most frequent brush with machine-learning algorithms is through Facebook’s news feed or Google’s search rankings. But at the Data for Black Lives conference last weekend, technologists, legal experts, and community activists snapped things into perspective with a discussion of America’s criminal justice system. There, an algorithm can determine the trajectory of your life.

Marathon Man Newz / Potfolio - Cannabis Elite invited to Davos !
« on: January 22, 2019, 03:11:38 PM »

The global elite are on their way to the Swiss alpine town of Davos for the World Economic Forum’s annual gathering, but this year a new group is joining the party: the cannabis elite.

A bevy of company executives and former politicians — all of whom are now involved in the burgeoning legal cannabis industry — are expected to attend what is being billed as the first ever “Cannabis Conclave,” a three-hour lunch at an alpine restaurant only accessible by cable car.

Attendees of the event at Restaurant Höhenweg will be able to “listen to insights by leading cannabis executives and investors while enjoying a three-course Swiss lunch” consisting of Swiss cheese pasta, meat fondue and “kaiserschmarrn” or fried pancakes.

What does it say about a person if they beat and dismember a robot?

Economics / Bring Back the Corporate Death Penalty
« on: January 22, 2019, 03:03:43 PM »

“The prevalence of the corporation in America has led men of this generation to act, at times, as if the privilege of doing business in corporate form were inherent in the citizen, and has led them to accept the evils attendant upon the free and unrestricted use of the corporate mechanism as if these evils were the inescapable price of civilized life, and, hence to be borne with resignation.

“Throughout the greater part of our history, a different view prevailed.

“Although the value of this instrumentality in commerce and industry was fully recognized, incorporation for business was commonly denied long after it had been freely granted for religious, educational, and charitable purposes.

“It was denied because of fear. Fear of encroachment upon the liberties and opportunities of the individual. Fear of the subjection of labor to capital. Fear of monopoly. Fear that the absorption of capital by corporations, and their perpetual life, might bring evils similar to those which attended mortmain [immortality]. There was a sense of some insidious menace inherent in large aggregations of capital, particularly when held by corporations.”

—U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, 1933

Geopolitics / Re: Election Errata
« on: January 22, 2019, 02:59:00 PM »
Here's the latest from AOC
somebody put a dirty sock in her mouth, please....

This from the Anna Von Reitz and Benjamin Fulford wing of the Diner?

Bitch, puhleeze.

neener, neener.............

Couldn't help yourself, cabin fever bitches........

Geological & Cosmological Events / Re: Mud Flood
« on: January 22, 2019, 02:52:54 PM »
Great images, what a mess.

In this video, I compare the layout of ancient ruins in America to the current layout of cities worldwide.

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