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  • Timothy
    you have to ask better for whom?  the coal industry feels that coal is indeed better .... after all it is BETTER for THEM! (the coal industry)  it s like
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      you have to ask "better for whom?"  the coal industry feels that coal is indeed "better".... after all it is BETTER for THEM! (the coal industry) 

      it's like "high performance" car parts and engines... better performance does not mean it will go father on a tank of gas!!! it means it runs "better" by their unique measuring stick... 

      Posted by: "terry ." yrrett55@...   yrrett55

      Sat Jul 30, 2011 10:15 pm (PDT)

      Just a note on this---it is the third time this technology has been "invented",
      twice in the USA before this. Each time it was suppressed. In Maryland USA in
      the early 1980's a triple Nuclear Reactor was started, then stopped a few months
      later, [it was mothballed] . A Maryland citizen wrote to the Government Dept
      responsible, the reply came in the form..."...we have better ways of producing
      electricity and hence the Reactor you speak of was stopped while in the early
      stages of construction. " This well make one wonder if the USA claims to have
      "Nuclear Reactors" working, when in fact they might have a mix of Nuclear and
      Plasma Reactors.


      ____________ _________ _________ __
      From: ahchoooo <jc20031212@fastmail .fm>
      To: hameltech@yahoogrou ps.com
      Sent: Thu, April 7, 2011 10:46:17 PM
      Subject: [hameltech] Re: Iranian Saucer Technology

      The principle behind it is exactly Hamel Tech. The only difference is that the
      plasma in the Keshe device is created differently than Hamel.

      --- In hameltech@yahoogrou ps.com, Randolph <randolph@.. .> wrote:
      > Engineer Behind Iranian Saucer Technology Comes Forward
      > Nuclear Engineer, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, has came forward as being the
      > developer of the technology being used in Iran's new "flying saucer."
      > His technology is claimed to harness magnetism and gravity to allow
      > travel throughout the solar system and beyond.
      > Mehran Keshe is the director of the Keshe Foundation. He claims to have
      > developed a special plasma reactor that allows for the manipulation of
      > gravitational and magnetic fields to produce motion. Multiple patent
      > applications have been filed for this reactor, and details of it are
      > explained on his foundation's many websites. Importantly, in a recent
      > interview with William Alec of Vortex Network News, Keshe specifically
      > states his technology is incorporated in Iran's new saucer. He also
      > claims to have given the technology to the Iranian government years ago
      > and is actively working with them. This contradicts the idea that the
      > saucer is a kind of multi-turbine helicopter.. .
      >http://pesn. com/2011/ 04/06/9501804_ Engineer_ Behind_Iranian_ Saucer_Technolog y_Comes_Forward/
      > If it's real, it's hameltech.

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