Post by firecracker on Jun 17, 2013 12:32:58 GMT -5
I am light years behind the time...however, note that my UFO sightings were BEFORE earth's first saucer! So either this one wasn't the first....or the ones I saw came from somewhere else! In this 2008 article, in Gainesville at the University of Florida, Subrata Roy planned to have his first IFO (identified flying object) functional. Does anyone know if he succeeded? Here's the link to Scientific American www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=worlds-first-flying-saucer&sc=rss
Post by firecracker on Jun 17, 2013 18:39:21 GMT -5
I wonder, if this will affect the visitations, perhaps they can adjust for this. Just saying...it might have an effect. You know planetary magnetic buoyancy or ‘antigravity’ is relative to the sun’s rotating electromagnetic energy field and forms container or planetary habitat. The sun’s magnetic field strength has changed, and in fact increased in strength. The earth’s field strength has decreased, as stated above (relative buoyancy due to composition and core). However, such may cause the earth’s magnetic poles to start shifting
Post by firecracker on Jun 17, 2013 22:20:24 GMT -5
What a lovely story. Who knew that when we were lying on our backs on a warm summer day and watching the world around us reflected in the luminous orbs we were creating, that therein were some of the secrets of the universe. Guess it just proves the old saw.....it's not rocket science. turns out...it's child's play. Tomorrow, after I freeze spinach, cauliflower, broccoli and parsley from the garden, I may have to whip up a special batch of bubble stuff. It's been a while since I allowed myself the magic of child's play. And it will be fun to watch my goldens chase mercury and mars. Thanks for sharing.
Post by firecracker on Jun 18, 2013 1:09:58 GMT -5
Electric cars...wonderful. Everybody get one. Don't worry about what powers the generators that produce the electricity that powers the car. Robber barons had them 100 years ago, then they disappeared. Bought the first Renault Alliance, 57 mpg always....now, 10-12 mpg on dodge. Tesla...what a mind. Trap the population in dirty old technology, save the good stuff for the rich boys. Destroy earth, travel to the stars...or live like moles. Green energy production. Perfect. Sun shines, wind blows...great.We don't have a way to store the energy when the sun & wind don't cooperate...yet we need to have just as much flow to keep the grid up. The grid...completely vulnerable to an EMP. No longer monopoly...no repair crews within 100 miles....50 yrs. ago, storm comes, current off a few hours...now, storm comes, no juice for days. Power for the grid when sun and wind don't cooperate, no problem, have nukes. USG leases the fuel to corporation, promises to have fuel storage available...none...so store it on site...giant security threat....often near city. EMP strike, totally screwed...no grid, suddenly no load, power to cold shut down GONE....criticality, good people must sacrifice their lives to try to save many. Contracts to corporations paying multiple times what govt. employees receive...privatization. Wonderful Communist regime, owns us, producing our ammunition. Gee Nuclear technology passed to enemies, wonderful Like a circle in a circle like a wheel within a wheel, never ending or beginning, on an ever spinning reel
Post by firecracker on Jun 18, 2013 15:08:26 GMT -5
I am deeply into "phone a friend" mode on this one. sigh If my lifeline comes through for me (since I'm not to respond until I do my homework), you may hear from me sometime. I think I have just achieved executive status (risen to my level of incompetence.) But I will try.
Post by firecracker on Jun 19, 2013 10:04:47 GMT -5
The natural impulse would be to get the static down in base of knowledge before going to changing. If you agree this would be the place to start....then what are the static? And can you suggest a good search term for me to augment my progress. BTW, check out Michael Hastings....brought down a general, now dead in a high speed car accident at the age of 33. Final article was about how Democrats love surveillance. On this forum, my computer is behaving strangely. As if aliens have invaded it. First 2 replies would not go. Now I'll try again.