Japan

If cloudbusting is to be done responsibly, one of the first and most basic safety precautions must be that no operation is kept secret.

"Solving" the Pollution Problem and Fallout From Japan by Joel Carlinsky

In the 1970s and 80s, Trevor Constable ``solved`` the pollution problem in Los Angeles. He made it all go out of the Los Angeles Basin into the desert. He told radio talk shows he had gotten rid of the pollution. He wrote articles about it in Borderlands magazine. He asked all his fans to write to the Los Angeles County Commissioners demanding they hire him to protect the city from pollution.

Eric Laithwaite: The Incredible Genius of Eric Laithwaite - for Rense by Richard Milton

Few people visit the Royal Institution, in London's Albemarle Street, for amusement. There are not many laughs at Britain's second oldest scientific institution, founded in 1799, where Sir Humphry Davy demonstrated his discovery of the elements sodium and potassium and where Michael Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction. It's true there have been some lighter moments in the famous circular lecture theatre, especially since Sir William Bragg introduced Christmas Lectures for Children in the 1920s. But, on the whole, this is stuffed shirt territory.

CutnPaste introduction to Jerry G. Gallimore

March 8, 1992 - http://amasci.com/freenrg/galli1.txt

Wrote books: http://www.borderlands.com/gallimore.htm   http://www.borderlands.com/catalog/gallimore.htm

Handbook of Unusual Energies

Gallimore claimed, in an interview with Christopher Bird, that he had achieved room temperature superconductivity approximating 99% efficiency. The interview, which includes most of the material above, took place on July 21, 1976; it was published in 1977, in Vol. 2 of Gallimore's Handbook of Unusual Energies (p.115).

 

Human measures and countermeasures proceed from limited scientific truth and judgment

"When a decision is made to cope with the symptoms of a problem, it is generally assumed that the corrective measures will solve the problem itself. They seldom do. Engineers cannot seem to get this through their heads. These countermeasures are all based on too narrow a definition of what is wrong. Human measures and countermeasures proceed from limited scientific truth and judgment. A true solution can never come about in this way."

If we throw mother nature out the window...

"If we throw mother nature out the window, she comes back in the door with a pitchfork."

The Intelligence of Water

Dr Masaru Emoto's 'Thoughts on Water' seminar enraptures audience with photographed frozen water crystals, showing the mysterious response of water to thoughts, words and pictures.


By Chris Thomas
Jul 09, 2006

The Epoch Times New Zealand Staff

Dr Masaru Emoto during his "Thoughts on Water" seminar held in Wellington last week. (Chris Thomas/The Epoch Times)

Dr Emoto's original and groundbreaking research reveals that water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

His discoveries are becoming well known around the world, particularly after featuring in the documentary "What the bleep do we know?"

His experiments include photographing differences between water crystals after attaching different word labels to identical bottles of water, playing different types of music to water, sending good and bad thoughts towards water, and showing images to water, has revealed that water has life, memory, and intelligence.

The experiments also show that water responds positively to moral messages by becoming clear, and negatively to immoral messages by becoming dirty.

In Mexico, Greed Kills Fish by the Seaful

"...Greed and corruption are draining the gulf, also known as the Sea of Cortés. It is not dead yet, but it is exhausted. American and Japanese ships were the first to exploit it. Now fleets of Mexican fishermen, mostly unlicensed and ungoverned, are taking whatever they can, as fast as they can, for American and Asian markets. Every important species of fish in the sea is in sharp decline, fishermen and marine scientists say. Overfishing is a global problem. People are taking marine life faster than it can reproduce. The world's catch peaked at 86 million tons in 1989, up fourfold in 50 years. But many governments, including the United States, Mexico, the European Union, Japan and China, kept on pouring subsidies into commercial fishing fleets to keep them afloat. Crucial fisheries have collapsed worldwide..."

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