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Hidden Government Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything About You From 164 Feet Away

Hidden Government Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything About You From 164 Feet Away | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
Within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes, and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 164 feet (50 meters) away.
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Meanwhile, In-Q-Tel states that "an important benefit of Genia Photonics' implementation as compared to existing solutions is that the entire synchronized laser system is comprised in a single, robust and alignment-free unit that may be easily transported for use in many environments… This compact and robust laser has the ability to rapidly sweep wavelengths in any pattern and sequence." [PDF]

So not only can they scan everyone. They would be able to do it everywhere: the subway, a traffic light, sports events... everywhere.

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Report: Automakers fail to fully protect against hacking - Fox News

Report: Automakers fail to fully protect against hacking - Fox News | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
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Proving a Negative - Why Modern Used Nuclear Fuel Cannot Be Used to Make a Weapon - Atomic Insights

Proving a Negative - Why Modern Used Nuclear Fuel Cannot Be Used to Make a Weapon - Atomic Insights | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
Editor's note: This post was first published on Jul 24, 2010. While working on a new post involving the use of fast spectrum reactors to address many impor
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The Lies of Rachel Carson

The Lies of Rachel Carson | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
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I next looked up some of the references that Carson cited and quickly found that they did not support her contentions about the harm caused by pesticides. When leading scientists began to publish harsh criticisms of her methods and her allegations, it slowly dawned on me that Rachel Carson was not interested in the truth about those topics, and that I really was being duped, along with millions of other Americans.

As a result, I went back to the beginning of the book and read it all again, but this time my eyes were open and I was not lulled into believing that her motives were noble and that her statements could be supported by logic and by scientific fact. I wrote my comments down in rough draft style, and gathered together the scientific articles that refuted what Carson had reported the articles indicated. It was a most frustrating experience.

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'97% Of Climate Scientists Agree' Is 100% Wrong

'97% Of Climate Scientists Agree' Is 100% Wrong | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
Think about how many times you hear that 97 percent or some similar figure thrown around. It’s based on crude manipulation propagated by people whose ideological agenda it serves. It is a license to intimidate.
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If you look at the literature, the specific meaning of the 97% claim is: 97 percent of climate scientists agree that there is a global warming trend and that human beings are the main cause–that is, that we are over 50% responsible. The warming is a whopping 0.8 degrees over the past 150 years, a warming that has tapered off to essentially nothing in the last decade and a half.

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Unfortunately, in the case of 97% of climate scientists agreeing that human beings are the main cause of warming, the researchers have engaged in egregious misconduct.

One of the main papers behind the 97 percent claim is authored by John Cook, who runs the popular website SkepticalScience.com, a virtual encyclopedia of arguments trying to defend predictions of catastrophic climate change from all challenges.

Here is Cook’s summary of his paper: “Cook et al. (2013) found that over 97 percent [of papers he surveyed] endorsed the view that the Earth is warming up and human emissions of greenhouse gases are the main cause.”
Naomie Mullins's comment, January 10, 11:43 AM
This is a fairly clear statement—97 percent of the papers surveyed endorsed the view that man-made greenhouse gases were the main cause—main in common usage meaning more than 50 percent.

But even a quick scan of the paper reveals that this is not the case. Cook is able to demonstrate only that a relative handful endorse “the view that the Earth is warming up and human emissions of greenhouse gases are the main cause.” Cook calls this “explicit endorsement with quantification” (quantification meaning 50 percent or more). The problem is, only a small percentage of the papers fall into this category; Cook does not say what percentage, but when the study was publicly challenged by economist David Friedman, one observer calculated that only 1.6 percent explicitly stated that man-made greenhouse gases caused at least 50 percent of global warming.

Where did most of the 97 percent come from, then? Cook had created a category called “explicit endorsement without quantification”—that is, papers in which the author, by Cook’s admission, did not say whether 1 percent or 50 percent or 100 percent of the warming was caused by man. He had also created a category called “implicit endorsement,” for papers that imply (but don’t say) that there is some man-made global warming and don’t quantify it. In other words, he created two categories that he labeled as endorsing a view that they most certainly didn’t.
Naomie Mullins's comment, January 10, 11:50 AM
The 97 percent claim is a deliberate misrepresentation designed to intimidate the public—and numerous scientists whose papers were classified by Cook protested:

“Cook survey included 10 of my 122 eligible papers. 5/10 were rated incorrectly. 4/5 were rated as endorse rather than neutral.”
—Dr. Richard Tol

“That is not an accurate representation of my paper . . .”
—Dr. Craig Idso

“Nope . . . it is not an accurate representation.”
—Dr. Nir Shaviv

“Cook et al. (2013) is based on a strawman argument . . .”
—Dr. Nicola Scafetta
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Cold fusion reactor verified by third-party researchers, seems to have 1 million times the energy density of gasoline | ExtremeTech

Cold fusion reactor verified by third-party researchers, seems to have 1 million times the energy density of gasoline | ExtremeTech | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
Andrea Rossi's E-Cat -- the device that purports to use cold fusion to generate massive amounts of cheap, green energy -- has been verified by third-party researchers, according to a new 54-page report. The researchers observed a small E-Cat over 32 days, where it produced net energy of 1.5 megawatt-hours, or 'far more than can be obtained from any known chemical sources in the small reactor volume.'
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Climate Change Reconsidered: The Website of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC)

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On March 31, 2014 the fifth in a series of scholarly reports produced by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), Climate Change Reconsidered II: Biological Impacts, was released to the public. This new publication represents an independent, comprehensive, and authoritative report on the current state of climate science. Although this report is available for free download and viewing, donations are encouraged to help ensure the similar dissemination of future reports. Click here for more information, or select any of the links below.

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Fakegate: The Obnoxious Fabrication of Global Warming

Fakegate: The Obnoxious Fabrication of Global Warming | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
Any speaker, any authority, any journalist or bureaucrat asserting the catastrophic danger of supposed man-caused global warming needs to be asked for their response to Climate Change Reconsidered. If they have none, then they are not qualified to address the subject.
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Woo Hoo...our gallery! - Organic Transit

Woo Hoo...our gallery! - Organic Transit | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
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Organic Transit, the green transportation company behind ELF, an innovative solar / pedal hybrid vehicle. This egg-shaped tricycle can be powered by an electric engine when needed or using pedals just like a bicycle.

The durable shell comes fully equipped with lights, signals and mirrors just like a car, and the battery pack can be recharged using the solar panels located on the roof top (see photo in the gallery) or by plugging in to a wall outlet. Note that the battery was not plugged when I saw ELF on the showfloor at CeBIT (see the electrical cable unplugged in the picture).

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Smart Wig Could Compete with Google Glass - Scientific American

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Smart Wig Could Compete with Google Glass
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... behind Sony's surprising plan to market a wig-based interface, apparently as an alternative to the Google Glass.
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SPIES AMONG US!

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How to Start a Fire With Water

How to Start a Fire With Water | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
If you're ever lost in a survival situation here's a little trick you're going to be so glad you know.  All you need is a water bottle and some material that ignites easily, such as dry paper, leaves, pine needles, or grass.
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Naomie Mullins's comment, December 10, 2013 2:05 PM
Use a water bottle or plastic bag with water in it to start a fire.
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Use a water bottle or plastic bag with water in it to start a fire.
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Coffee grounds to create new fireplace aroma

Coffee grounds to create new fireplace aroma | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
While everyone knows you can’t mix oil with water, it appears the same cannot be said of coffee with fire.
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While everyone knows you can’t mix oil with water, it appears the same cannot be said of coffee with fire. This according to the New York Times, which recently reported how an aspiring entrepreneur recently discovered coffee’s unique fire burning qualities when he packed a spent cigar tube with coffee grounds and lit it at his dining room table. When he and his wife saw it burn brilliantly with little or no smoke, he looked into the matter and discovered that coffee grounds have 25 percent more energy capacity, 85 percent less residue and carbon monoxide, and 31 percent less particulate matter than wood. With eco-benefits like these, its little wonder the idea of constructing so-called Java-logs out of coffee grounds is starting to percolate. - See more at: http://www.cfact.org/2013/10/10/coffee-grounds-to-create-new-fireplace-aroma-2/#sthash.UnRvATeC.dpuf

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Professor Gerry Thomas explains radiation health risks - Atomic Insights

Professor Gerry Thomas explains radiation health risks - Atomic Insights | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
A friend whose Twitter handle is @ActinideAge just posted a link to Gerry Thomas Highlights Misconceptions over Health Impacts of Nuclear Accidents. (Embed
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LOW risk

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Lana Lokteff / Robert Guffey - 09 April 2014 - YouTube

Radio 3Fourteen/Red Ice Creations - Lana Lokteff interviews Robert Guffey, 32nd Degree Freemason, author of "Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form"....
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technology and ConspiREALITY

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ConspiREALITY

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Budget money being used for technology and gaslighting of individuals.

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A Very Slippery Slope: Yes, Your Samsung Smart TV Can Listen To Your Private Conversations Washington's Blog

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Nuclear Power Turns To Salt

Nuclear Power Turns To Salt | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
The Department of Energy announced today that its Oak Ridge National Laboratory has partnered with Canadian nuclear company Terrestrial Energy Inc. to complete the design and testing of TEI’s new Integral Molten Salt Reactor, a GenIV nuclear reactor that provides unique safety, operational and cost advantages. The reactor should come online in less than ten years.
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Think of it: a nuclear reactor that

- is cheaper than coal

- creates much less waste and few long-lived radioactive elements

- uses almost all of the fuel which lasts 7 years between replacement, and can be recycled easily

- is modular, from 80 MWt to 600 MWt, able to be combined and adapted to individual needs for both on and off-grid heat and power

- is small enough to allow fast and easy construction, and trucking to the site

- operates at normal pressures, removing those safety issues, and at higher temperatures making it more energetically efficient

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- has the type of passive safety systems that make it walk-away safe

- does not need external water for cooling

- can load-follow rapidly to buffer the intermittency of renewables




- cannot be repurposed for military use and has strong proliferation resistance

- can last for many decades

- uses a liquid fuel
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Vivek Wadhwa: Get Ready for The Next Wave of Tech Disruptions - YouTube

Vivek Wadhwa predicts that virtually every major industry will soon be disrupted by technology innovation. His latest book is Innovating Women: The Changing ...
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The age of climate alarmism is coming to an end | WashingtonExaminer.com

The age of climate alarmism is coming to an end | WashingtonExaminer.com | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
You can be forgiven for not noticing that the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a summary of its Fifth Assessment Report late last month.
The report landed with a thud, criticized and even mocked by many leading climate scientists. The distinguished science journal Nature editorialized that this should be the last report issued by the UN body.
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THE HOCKEY STICK GRAPH DEBUNKED.

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Pouring Saltwater Over Graphene Generates Electricity

Pouring Saltwater Over Graphene Generates Electricity | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
A team of Chinese scientists did an impossible-sounding thing. They created electricity simply by dragging a droplet of saltwater across a layer of graphene. No big fires, no greenhouse gases, no fuss. They created energy with just a miracle material and one of the most plentiful substances on Earth.
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Naomie Mullins's comment, April 23, 2014 12:58 PM
The science behind the effect is actually quite simple. When the droplets of saltwater sat static on the graphene, they carried an equal charge on both sides. But, when moved across the surface of the graphene, the electrons in the saltwater were desorbed on one end of the graphene and absorbed on the other, generating a measurable voltage along the way. The faster the water moves, the higher the voltage it generates—although the total voltage was still pretty low, about 30 millivolts. A standard AA battery, by comparison, produces about 1.5 volts. It helps that graphene is insanely conductive.
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SPE-64

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They know little about the effects of hydraulic fracturing except that it makes a lot of money...read the page yourself...and verify the document it comes from

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Naomie Mullins's comment, April 16, 2014 12:31 PM
http://www.scribd.com/doc/151712398/SPEMC-Presentation-011708<br>the page came from this document
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^^^^<br>Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) 2011 Hydraulic Fracturing
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Ancient Aliens Debunked (Full film) - YouTube

See it all in one section, or to check references or to see the individual sections click below: All in one video: http://ancientaliensdebunked.com Intro htt...
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Physicist: There was no Fukushima nuclear disaster

Physicist: There was no Fukushima nuclear disaster | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
Anti-nuclear activists do not want the public to know the truth. Fukushima showed that a nuclear plant can take the maximum punch of nature’s brutality. Yet the media and the anti-nukes enjoy stok...
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All that is left is a bit of radioactive Tritium. Tritium is actually part of the water molecule anyway…so what we really have is…well, water in water. The Tritium atom is a hydrogen atom, which has two neutrons in its nucleus which is a normal but rare variation in the hydrogen atom. Most hydrogen atoms have only a single proton in the nucleus and no neutrons. A rare hydrogen variation is called Deuterium and such atoms have one proton plus one neutron. Even rarer than Deuterium is the Tritium form of hydrogen which has one proton plus two neutrons. These variants are known as isotopes. Water is H2O and water molecules in which the Tritium isotope of the hydrogen atom is found are molecules referred to as ‘Heavy Water.’ It really is just water, so you can’t filter it out of the normal ‘light water.’ The Tritium heavy water is very mildly radioactive and is found normally in the sea all over the world all of the time. This Tritium concentration in the one thousand storage tanks at Fukushima is higher than that found naturally in the sea, but is still so low as to pose no real danger at all. - See more at: http://www.cfact.org/2013/10/12/physicist-there-was-no-fukushima-nuclear-disaster/#sthash.UJa1ZU9Z.dpuf

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^^^^^^<br>Over the last couple of decades physics advances in fields such as quantum mechanics, which is linked to nuclear processes has compounded matters for the public. The image of strong and mysterious forces and effects is now well entrenched. There are Hollywood movies and TV programmes about space travellers or alien invaders who use time travel and quantum forces, and then battle to evade the dangerous intergalactic nuclear zones. A consequence of all this is that internationally the public is now really ‘spooked’ when it comes to the topic of nuclear power. A real ‘fear factor’ looms over the mere word ‘nuclear.’ Newspapers love this, and really push imagery like; ‘nuclear leak’ or ‘radiation exposure.’ To a nuclear physicist like me, I look upon such public reaction half with amusement and half with dismay. The amusement comes from the fact that so many people can be scared so easily by so little. It is like shouting: “Ghost in the bedroom,” and everyone runs and hides in the hills. - See more at: http://www.cfact.org/2013/10/12/physicist-there-was-no-fukushima-nuclear-disaster/#sthash.UJa1ZU9Z.dpuf
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New Invention Charges Any Device In SECONDS!

This episode of tech news discusses how researchers have found a new method of creating super capacitors that are so efficient they could soon start to repla... (New Invention Charges Any Device In SECONDS!
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NEJM editor: "No longer possible to believe much of clinical research published"

NEJM editor: "No longer possible to believe much of clinical research published" | True Inventions, Environment, Suppressed Technologies and improvements. | Scoop.it
After two decades as editor of The New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Marcia Angell drops a bombshell opinion of medical research and doctors who can't be trusted.
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Dr. Angell cites the case of Dr. Joseph L. Biederman, professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and chief of pediatric psychopharmacology at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital. She explains:

“Thanks largely to him, children as young as two years old are now being diagnosed with bipolar disorder and treated with a cocktail of powerful drugs, many of which were not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for that purpose, and none of which were approved for children below ten years of age.”

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