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Re: Agelbert's Newz Channel
« Reply #1395 on: November 01, 2013, 11:21:11 AM »
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See You on the Other Side, Agelbert.  See You on the Other Side...
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Now for some news hot off the presses.  :emthup:



Ashegoda Wind Farm — Largest Wind Farm In Africa — Now Online
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It's Just A ride.
« Reply #1396 on: November 01, 2013, 09:06:34 PM »
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Does Democracy exist in America? I don't think so. :>(
« Reply #1397 on: November 01, 2013, 09:16:09 PM »
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Re: Does Democracy exist in America? I don't think so. :>(
« Reply #1398 on: November 01, 2013, 10:12:15 PM »
It never existed.

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Re: Agelbert's Newz Channel
« Reply #1399 on: November 01, 2013, 10:19:37 PM »
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Yep! The fix was in from the start.  :evil4:

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Modern Birds Found With Dinosaurs
« Reply #1400 on: November 01, 2013, 10:25:42 PM »


Modern birds found with dinosaurs

Are museums misleading the public? ???

by Don Batten


Do you think the above represents some laughable and  silly creationist lie? If you DO, the JOKE IS ON YOU! :o

The theory of evolution states that all living creatures arose from a single cell by natural processes over eons of time, and God had nothing to do with this process. According to the theory each animal arose from a different kind of animal over ‘millions of years’. E.g. most evolutionists assert that modern birds evolved from dinosaurs. Finding fossils of modern birds with those of dinosaurs, not just above them, contradicts this idea.

Full article HERE:

Modern Birds Found With Dinosaurs

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Armageddon BEER? YEP!
« Reply #1401 on: November 01, 2013, 11:09:36 PM »


Which Is the World's Strongest Beer? 



The Scottish beer Armageddon is believed to be the world's strongest with a 65% alcohol content. Most beers are around 4% - 8% alcohol content by volume. Armageddon beer is produced by the Brewmeister Brewery which uses a freeze fermentation method to achieve the high alcohol content. In the United States, this beer is currently unavailabe for sale in stores and can only be purchased on the brewery website.

More about beer:

•There is evidence that the earliest civilizations, including the ancient Sumerians and Babylonians, brewed beer. In fact, the ancient Sumerians had a deity of beer called Ninkasi.

•Although barley beer was invented on the territory of modern day Iran, it is illegal to consumer it there presently.

•A beer enthusiast, or a person who loves beer, is called a cerevisaphile.   
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California Deploying First All-Electric School Bus
« Reply #1402 on: November 01, 2013, 11:26:58 PM »
California Deploying First All-Electric School Bus




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One of Cancer's BEST FRIENDS: HIGH BLOOD SUGAR
« Reply #1403 on: November 02, 2013, 01:59:23 PM »
One of Cancer's BEST FRIENDS: HIGH BLOOD SUGAR





My fasting serum glucose is at 94. What's yours? Avoid SWEET MISERY; avoid refined sugar and eating large portions of white, refined simple carbs because they do a number on your blood sugar and do little to satisfy your appetite.

More and more, modern medicine is realizing that cholesterol, fats and other lipids as well as salt are NOT the killers they were once thought to be. It now appears that those begin to deteriorate your health as a consequence of high blood sugar.



WHY? Because your body metabolizes all the above quite well UNTIL you have problems with inflammation. Then the cleansing activity loses efficiency.

What's the killer sugar connection?

1. When there is more sugar in your blood stream than your cells need, the receptors "get used to FEAST" and make it harder to bind to them to make energy. Really badly blocked receptors is what diabetes is all about. When low blood sugar occurs (FAMINE), your body, used to FEAST, cannot get all the energy it needs from blocked receptors and you get lethargic in addition to inefficent handling of cholesterol, fats and immune function.

2.   The extra sugar in your system, because sugar molecules have a jagged shape, cut capillary walls and start the inflammation vicious cycle (mast cells on the vessel walls release histones from sugar molecules bound to hemoglobin - red blood cells - banging against them). People who are chronically dehydrated because they hit the jar too much excacerbate the sugar molecule damage to capillary vessel walls giving all the above difficulties a boost.



Normal arterial blood flow




continuous capillary tight-junction -intercellular cleft

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Blood sugar actually coats red blood cells (hemoglobin), causing them to become stiff. These "sticky cells" interfere with blood circulation, causing cholesterol to build up on the inside of your blood vessels. It can take months to years for the damage to your body to appear. The fragile blood vessels in your eyes, kidneys and feet are most susceptible, so problems are usually noticed first in those areas.
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/high-blood-sugar/MY01701


3. Cancer cells ARE NOT concerned with keeping things homeostatic. They have one main mission in life: RAPID GROWTH. And to GROW FAST, you need LOTS OF ENERGY! That is why cancer LOVES SUGAR.





So give up the donut love and daily boozing as well as large portions of blood sugar boosting simple carbohydrate foods like pretzels and beer. That is truly an unhealthy combination because (among several others pushed by our ignorant, hyper consumerist, instant gratification society as cultural icons - apple pie anyone?  :P ) you are dehydrating yourself while simultaneously jacking up your blood sugar. Too much refined white rice, potatoes, etc. are bad for you. Boozing every day is bad for you because it leads to a chronic dehydrated circulatory system.


So why do we like all that stuff so much if it is "bad" for us?  ??? Because we are energy seekers and our taste buds are designed to zero in on anything that has high sugar (or high in simple carbs that can be quickly converted to sugar). We were designed to operate in an environment where we could go long stretches ( a few days) without food as long as we could get water.

Having FEAST conditions ALL THE TIME creates a feedback mechanism from our body to radically reduce our ability to process sugars because the body ASSUMES a "new normal" of no longer having to be as efficient at sucking up all the available energy around.

Our biochemistry, being homeostatic, tries its best to balance this excess of energy but ultimately fails from too much inflammation. The immune system gets more and more compromised and along comes one of those MUTATIONS the evolutionist true believers love so much to 'EVOLVE' us into a new and improved bunch of cancer tumors.  ???

Yeah, I know people don't call that evolution because the mutations that cause cancer are NEGATIVE mutations, not "evolutionary advantages" (Unless you are a cancer!  ;D LOL!). But unfortunately for the evolutionist true believers, 98% of all mutations in nature, as observed by modern scientific inquiry over the last 50 years (at least) with detailed analysis, are DNA destructive mutations, not new super powers from natural selection.  ;)

So, if you want to believe in evolution, have a ball. But don't plan on "evolving" out of destroying your immune system with high blood sugar any time soon.   

My Fasting Serum Glucose is 94. What's yours?

More on why high blood sugar is bad for you:

New Evidence Of How High Glucose Damages Blood Vessels Could Lead To New Treatments
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/05/090511140951.htm
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Olive Branch Leaves Preserve Health as well as Being a Symbol of Peace
« Reply #1404 on: November 02, 2013, 04:16:55 PM »

Olive tree branch end with leaves, flower buds, a flower and a friendly ant.  ;D




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When the weather changes, opportunistic bacteria attack people with weak immune systems


Treating respiratory tract infections in the age of resistance
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Re: Agelbert's Newz Channel
« Reply #1405 on: November 03, 2013, 04:26:13 PM »
Re: Key Historical Events ...THAT YOU MAY HAVE NEVER HEARD OF

Supreme court Decisions (1922 to 1940) helped, first to CAUSE,  then to PROLONG, the Great Depression  :evil4:

And, by its decisions in the last 20 years, it appears to have learned NOTHING from their previous economy damaging decisions on behalf of 1% GREED... :emthdown:
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Re: Agelbert's Newz Channel
« Reply #1406 on: November 03, 2013, 07:40:56 PM »
Harry Schwarts: Founder of the Torch Commando Part 1


More history you may not be aware of. Learn how a "donation" to Harvard may be responsible for delaying the elimination of Apartheid in South Africa for a full decade. Nevertheless, thanks to tenacious and courageous people like Harry Schwarts and his friend Nelson Mandela, Apartheid was finally defeated. 

But even more key to our sad and corrupt history in the USA, is the FACT that, had Harvard agreed to divest from S.A. PRECISELY at the time the "donation" came in and squelched a Divestment From South Africa Movement at Harvard AND the US Congress, our government and several others would have pushed, in 1978 for, and obtained, the disassembling of Apartheid.

Why is this important AND sad?

Here's a snippet from Part 2 of the above article:

If Carter had been able to broker an anti-Apartheid new government in 1979, the subsequent boost in his popularity might have well been enough to prevent Bush's skullduggery with Iran from getting Reagan elected. 


If you want to skip Part 1 and go straight to Part 2, click below (but you will miss a juicy gold coin scam bit of history if you do.  ;D):

Harry Schwarts: Founder of the Torch Commando Part 2
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Re: Agelbert's Newz Channel
« Reply #1407 on: November 04, 2013, 11:59:50 AM »
South Africa Approves $3.3 Billion of Renewable Energy Projects


Tshepiso Mokhema, Bloomberg 
 November 04, 2013 


Johannesburg, South Africa - POST APARTHEID!  :emthup: :icon_sunny:

Johannesburg, South Africa -- South Africa approved 33.8 billion rand ($3.3 billion) for 17 clean energy projects in the third of five bidding rounds of a program to cut its reliance on coal.

The Department of Energy received bids for 6,023 megawatts of capacity and allocated 1,456 megawatts, Director General Nelisiwe Magubane told reporters today in Pretoria, the capital.

South Africa plans to add 3,725 megawatts of renewable energy capacity by the end of 2016 with five tenders. That may help state utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., which supplies more than 95 percent of the nation’s power and uses coal for 85 percent of its generation, to meet demand as it struggles to pay for expansion in the continent’s biggest economy.

“Window 3 will contribute approximately 4.4 billion rand to socio-economic development, aggregating to a cumulative investment of 9 billion rand,” Energy Minister Ben Martins said in Pretoria.

Twenty-year power-purchase agreements with Eskom helped drive $5.7 billion of clean-energy investments to the country last year, or about a quarter of the total invested in sub-Saharan Africa, Bloomberg New Energy Finance data show.

Of the 17 preferred bidders named in the third round, seven will provide power derived from wind, six from solar photovoltaic facilities, two from concentrated solar and one each from landfill gas and biomass, the department said in a statement handed to reporters.

China Longyuan Power Group Corp., that country’s biggest wind farm operator,  :o will jointly develop the biggest project awarded in this round, the Longyuan Mulilo De Aar 2 North Wind Energy Facility, which will have contracted capacity to supply 139 megawatts at 740 rand per megawatt-hour.

One megawatt of capacity is enough to supply 2,000 average European homes.  :emthup:  :icon_mrgreen:

Copyright 2013 Bloomberg
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Re: Agelbert's Newz Channel
« Reply #1408 on: November 04, 2013, 12:09:37 PM »
Jamie Schlinkmann
I am a principal in a South Florida manufacturing company specializing in industrial automation for over 19 years. In that time we have built 5000+ machines for all types of industries worldwide. Today Inerjy focuses on mid-scale wind turbines... 


What Makes a Great Wind Turbine for Distributed Applications?


<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/SemZcahGd6M#&fs=1" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/SemZcahGd6M#&fs=1</a>
How variable pitch blades on a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT) can both prevent high wind structural damage AND take maximum advantage of wind flow from low to high speeds without unacceptable blade noise levels.  :icon_sunny:

Fossil fuelers beware! This is ANOTHER example of a DISTRIBUTED renewable energy INNOVATION that, ONCE AGAIN, throws all the, "it can't be done" energy expert  ::) numbers into the TRASH BIN!              


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Catastrophe! The End of the World! Look at all that POLLUTION! :>)
« Reply #1409 on: November 04, 2013, 01:18:39 PM »
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Sorry, it's in German but you get the idea.  :icon_mrgreen:

Catastrophe! The End of the World! Look at all that POLLUTION!
Such an absolute HORROR of inefficiency, waste and COST!  That would NEVER happen to a nice healthy, RELIABLE FOSSIL FUEL power plant or that MARVEL of concentrated energy, the NUCLEAR POWER PLANT! Stop wasting humanity's manufacturing resources and endangering fossil fuel and nuclear profits!    WHOOPS! I meant your grandchildren's security and our RESPONSIBILITY to provide the OVERPOPULATION with energy so they won't DIE TOMORROW from INTERMITTENT power sources that BURN DOWN like Wind turbines...



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