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Nazi Bell on MIT radio; Steorn SKDB replicas; global warming scam

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  • Sterling D. Allan
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      Saturday, January 2, 2010

      • Featured: Conspiracy
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Global_Warming">Global Warming > Tool for NWO >

        Fall of the Republic and the Global Warming Scam - A review of this must-see documentary, now available in one HQ YouTube video. The last third of the film addresses how the global warming frenzy has been used to accelerate the push toward world tyranny by those who have no actual love of the planet. (PESWiki; Jan. 2, 2009) (Comment)
      • Fuel Efficiency > Wind Resistance >
        Aerodynamic long tail improves fuel efficiency 15 percent - Ecomodder.com’s Darin Cosgrove added a tapered tailpiece to his Pontiac Firefly to improve its drag coefficient from 0.34 to 0.23 and its fuel efficiency by 15.1 percent at 90kmh (56mph); with/without measured from multiple bi-directional averaged runs at exactly 90kmh on a straight and level road, with no other traffic. (GizMag; December 29, 2009)

      Friday, January 1, 2010

      • Anti-Gravity
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Nazi_Bell">Nazi Bell

        Nazi Bell on MIT Radio - Excerpt from MIT Student Radio WMBR Cambridge/Boston featuring AlienScientist on Anti-Gravity and suppressed technologies, with visual supplementation to the audio file. Continuing the quest for scientific disclosure of these technologies that could transform society. (PESWiki; Jan. 1, 2010)

      Thursday, December 31, 2009

      • Featured: Electromagnetic

        What goes on in the Steorn SKDB; views from Dublin demo - One of the foremost replicators, Sean CLaNZeR, has posted four videos and a few photos from his work with the Steorn Knowledge Database (SKDB) group. Also, Esa Ruoho took a bunch of photos and videos from his visit to the Orbo demonstration in Dublin. (PESN; Dec. 31, 2009) (Comments)
      • Zeitgeist

        10 Most Popular Stories of 2009 at EcoGeek - Top stories included 10. Power-Generating Shock Absorber; 9. Lithium Supply Fears Unfounded; 8. World's First Floating Wind Turbine; 6. Charge Your Gadgets While You Walk or Ride; 4. Using Urine to Produce Hydrogen; 3. Ceramatec Bringing Distributed Power Storage to Your Home. (EcoGeek; Dec. 22, 2009)
      • Zeitgeist

        Top 5 Green Energy Stories of 2009 at Inhabitat - Vote for your favorite among a list including: • Plasma Plants Vaporize Trash While Generating Energy • World’s Largest Laser to Attempt Nuclear Fusion • Self-Destructing Bacteria Could Be the Key to Better Biofuels • Japan Plans $21 Billion Solar Space Post to Power 294,000 Homes. (Inhabitat; Dec. 30, 2009)

      Wednesday, December 30, 2009

      • Solar > Applications

        Photovoltaic Eye Implant Could Give Sight To the Blind - Researchers at Stanford University recently announced that they have developed a new artificial retina implant that uses photovoltaic power and could help the blind see. Miniature photovoltaic cells are used to provide power to the chip as well as to transmit data through the eye to the brain. (Inhabitiat; Dec. 29, 2009)
      • Magnetism > Earth's Magnetic Field >
        North Magnetic Pole Moving East Due to Core Flux - Earth's north magnetic pole is racing toward Russia at almost 40 miles (64 kilometers) a year due to magnetic changes in the planet's core, new research says. Researchers can infer the field's movements by tracking how Earth's magnetic field has been changing at the surface and in space. (National Geographic; December 24, 2009)

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