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  • That is silly. In U.S. bars, they have to ask a young person for a driver's license to prove you are old enough to drink. In Atlanta grocery stores, they ask for driver's license before selling you any wine or beer. Even when you are old they have have to see the license. Are they acting as a Public Officer? Of course not!

    I agree jed, but now to throw you a curve ball, why would the Democratic party not want I'd,s for voting? Confusion rules???

  • I agree jed, but now to throw you a curve ball, why would the Democratic party not want I'd,s for voting? Confusion rules???

    Confusion only rules if you do not read the news. All states require IDs for voting, as far as I know. Georgia and other southern states do. No one objects to that. The Democrats are fully in favor of IDs. However, the problem in Georgia is that the Republicans want to require IDs that many poor people and elderly people do not have, and cannot get. Up until now, Georgia voting allowed things like utility or phone bills, or tax bills addressed to the voter. They allowed student IDs, ex-military IDs and expired licenses. Everyone other than homeless people have these. Now, the Republicans want people to present state issued, up-to-date driver's licenses only (or so-called non-driver's licenses). They want people to xerox licenses to vote by mail. A surprising number of people in Georgia do not have cars and never had one. Most of them live far from any office that can provide one. They include blind people, for example. They do not have birth certificates or passports. They have no internet access. No credit card or bank account. No access to a xerox machine except at a public library in the next county. It may seem strange to cosmopolitan people, but I know some elderly people who have never touched a computer.

    The Republicans want to impose several other rules that will make it difficult for poor, elderly, rural, minority people to vote.

    The Brennan Center described the problem with IDs:

    • Nearly 500,000 eligible voters do not have access to a vehicle and live more than 10 miles from the nearest state ID-issuing office open more than two days a week. Many of them live in rural areas with dwindling public transportation options.
    • More than 10 million eligible voters live more than 10 miles from their nearest state ID-issuing office open more than two days a week.
    • 1.2 million eligible black voters and 500,000 eligible Hispanic voters live more than 10 miles from their nearest ID-issuing office open more than two days a week. People of color are more likely to be disenfranchised by these laws since they are less likely to have photo ID than the general population.
    • Many ID-issuing offices maintain limited business hours. For example, the office in Sauk City, Wisconsin is open only on the fifth Wednesday of any month. But only four months in 2012 — February, May, August, and October — have five Wednesdays. In other states — Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Texas — many part-time ID-issuing offices are in the rural regions with the highest concentrations of people of color and people in poverty.

    The Challenge of Obtaining Voter Identification
    Ten states now have unprecedented restrictive voter ID laws, which require citizens to produce specific types of government-issued photo identification before…

  • Do they take your phone bill at the grocery store when buying beer?

    Seriously, I do not know what they take for proof of age when people do not have licenses. When the law was first implemented, years ago, cashiers were allowed to push a button on the screen for "customer looks old." Lately, they have to ask every time, even when it is obvious you are over 21.

    I suppose a utility bill is reasonable proof that you live in a certain address and you are named John Smith, but it is not proof that you are over 21. I think utility bills are the most commonly used form of ID for voting for people without licenses. Everyone has electricity, but not everyone has a telephone or an expired military ID.

    When you present a license, utility bill, or whatever ID you have, they look you up in a voter registration database to confirm that John Smith lives at that address. So, it isn't as if they need to have full confidence the utility bill is actually yours. Plus you have to sign the register. (Or write an "X" if you are illiterate.) They have your signature on file. In other words, there are multiple safeguards in place other than the ID.

  • Once again I am posting this directly in clearance items as is about an extremely controversial topic, but I guess that a few of our readers may deem this information useful and in any case will become more and more debated as time passes and more evidence is gathered about this phenomena.

    There has been an ongoing rumour that people that has got the covid shots begin shortly after to broadcast a BLE bluetooth MAC address.

    For some months I have been hearing this rumor consistently, and several videos had been posted trying to demonstrate it by using the bluetooth device finders from smartphones.

    I had remain skeptical of the claim, as there was no way to assess the validity of it from the videos alone, and several rational explanations could be raised to disambiguate the observations.

    Until rather recently, I remained fairly skeptic, but then a Japanese blogger, that had also been documenting the magnetic anomaly on the covid jabs (which I have been able to confirm first hand myself), also begun documenting the BLE MAC anomaly.

    He found a rather simple way to perform the experiment in favorable conditions to single out the source of the BLE MAC addresses by finding a relatively isolated place (a praying shrine in a low density population area and parks around) without any nearby detectable BLE sources, and was able to get two MACs from an elderly lady that had no smartphone on her, nor any other device capable of bluetooth connection, and just a mobile phone that was turned off for the experiment. The English version of the video can still be seen in the Zaurus Alive youtube channel.

    This video, for me, was the most compelling evidence I had seen, so far, that there is a true anomaly.

    Elder lady in the shrine Zaurus Alive video Yet, this video still wasn’t prove enough, just a very intriguing observation that begged for more enquiry.

    However, just a couple of days ago, I found out that there's a soon to be released French produced documentary that performed an experiment with a control group of "vaccinated" and "non vaccinated" people and was able to unambiguously prove that at least some of the people that has got the jab emits a valid but non listed MAC address. Video can be watched

    I was sent the link to this video from a person in France, and upon query from my part, he says the results will be published shortly, independently of the documentary of which it forms part (Called “Primum Non Nocere” in its French version and “Hold On” in the English version, to be available next 11/11/2021).
    So, that’s it. The implications of this are subject to endless speculation, I just wanted to share the evidence supporting the claims, IMHO very compelling.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • This might interest you

    Futurism: COVID-19 Responses Reveal Shocking Tech Not Seen By Public Previously


    Excerpts from DARPA

    DARPA program aims to develop an implantable neural interface able to provide unprecedented signal resolution and data-transfer bandwidth between the human brain and the digital world. The interface would serve as a translator, converting between the electrochemical language used by neurons in the brain and the ones and zeros that constitute the language of information technology. The goal is to achieve this communications link in a biocompatible device no larger than one cubic centimeter in size, roughly the volume of two nickels stacked back to back.

    The program, Neural Engineering System Design (NESD), stands to dramatically enhance research capabilities in neurotechnology and provide a foundation for new therapies.

    “Today’s best brain-computer interface systems are like two supercomputers trying to talk to each other using an old 300-baud modem,” said Phillip Alvelda, the NESD program manager. “Imagine what will become possible when we upgrade our tools to really open the channel between the human brain and modern electronics.”

    Among the program’s potential applications are devices that could compensate for deficits in sight or hearing by feeding digital auditory or visual information into the brain at a resolution and experiential quality far higher than is possible with current technology.

    Neural interfaces currently approved for human use squeeze a tremendous amount of information through just 100 channels, with each channel aggregating signals from tens of thousands of neurons at a time. The result is noisy and imprecise. In contrast, the NESD program aims to develop systems that can communicate clearly and individually with any of up to one million neurons in a given region of the brain.

    Achieving the program’s ambitious goals and ensuring that the envisioned devices will have the potential to be practical outside of a research setting will require integrated breakthroughs across numerous disciplines including neuroscience, synthetic biology, low-power electronics, photonics, medical device packaging and manufacturing, systems engineering, and clinical testing. In addition to the program’s hardware challenges, NESD researchers will be required to develop advanced mathematical and neuro-computation techniques to first transcode high-definition sensory information between electronic and cortical neuron representations and then compress and represent those data with minimal loss of fidelity and functionality.

    To accelerate that integrative process, the NESD program aims to recruit a diverse roster of leading industry stakeholders willing to offer state-of-the-art prototyping and manufacturing services and intellectual property to NESD researchers on a pre-competitive basis. In later phases of the program, these partners could help transition the resulting technologies into research and commercial application spaces.

    Atom-width Graphene Sensors Could Provide Unprecedented Insights into Brain Structure and Function

    New technology funded by DARPA’s RE-NET program enables monitoring and stimulation of neurons using optical and electronic methods simultaneously

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    Conventional metal electrode technologies (top left) are opaque, obstructing views of underlying neural tissue. DARPA’s RE-NET program has developed new graphene sensors that are electrically conductive but only 4 atoms thick—hundreds of times thinner than current contacts (top middle). Their extreme thinness enables nearly all light to pass through across a wide range of wavelengths. Placed on a flexible plastic backing that conforms to the shape of tissue (bottom), the sensors are part of a proof-of-concept tool that demonstrates much smaller, transparent contacts that can measure and stimulate neural tissue using electrical and optical methods at the same time (top right).

    Understanding the anatomical structure and function of the brain is a longstanding goal in neuroscience and a top priority of President Obama’s brain initiative. Electrical monitoring and stimulation of neuronal signaling is a mainstay technique for studying brain function, while emerging optical techniques—which use photons instead of electrons—are opening new opportunities for visualizing neural network structure and exploring brain functions. Electrical and optical techniques offer distinct and complementary advantages that, if used together, could offer profound benefits for studying the brain at high resolution. Combining these technologies is challenging, however, because conventional metal electrode technologies are too thick (>500 nm) to be transparent to light, making them incompatible with many optical approaches.

    To help overcome these challenges, DARPA has created a proof-of-concept tool that demonstrates much smaller, transparent contacts that can measure and stimulate neural tissue using electrical and optical methods at the same time. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin at Madison developed the new technology with support from DARPA’s Reliable Neural-Interface Technology (RE-NET) program. It is described in detail in a paper in Nature Communications (

    “This technology demonstrates potentially breakthrough capabilities for visualizing and quantifying neural network activity in the brain,” said Doug Weber, DARPA program manager. “The ability to simultaneously measure electrical activity on a large and fast scale with direct visualization and modulation of neuronal network anatomy could provide unprecedented insight into relationships between brain structure and function—and importantly, how these relationships evolve over time or are perturbed by injury or disease.”

    The new device uses graphene, a recently discovered form of carbon, on a flexible plastic backing that conforms to the shape of tissue. The graphene sensors are electrically conductive but only 4 atoms thick—less than 1 nanometer and hundreds of times thinner than current contacts. Its extreme thinness enables nearly all light to pass through across a wide range of wavelengths. Moreover, graphene is nontoxic to biological systems, an improvement over previous research into transparent electrical contacts that are much thicker, rigid, difficult to manufacture and reliant on potentially toxic metal alloys.

    The technology demonstration draws upon three cutting-edge research fields: graphene, which earned researchers the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics; super-resolved fluorescent microscopy, which earned researchers the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; and optogenetics, which involves genetically modifying cells to create specific light-reactive proteins.

    RE-NET seeks to develop new tools and technologies to understand and overcome the failure mechanisms of neural interfaces. DARPA is interested in advancing next-generation neurotechnologies for revealing the relationship between neural network structure and function. RE-NET, and subsequent DARPA programs in this field, plan to leverage this new tool by simultaneously measuring the function, physical motion and behavior of neurons in freely moving subjects. This technology provides the capability to modulate neural function, by applying programmed pulses of electricity or light to temporarily activate neurons. Therefore, it could not only provide better observation of native functionality but also, through careful modulation of circuit activity, enable exploration of causal relationships between neural signals and brain function.

    The DARPA Panacea program generated and published the first human: SARS-CoV-2 protein interactome map in the journal Nature, which describes how the SARS-CoV-2 proteins interact with human cells. Developed by performers at performers at UCSF’s Quantitative Bioscience Institute (QBI) and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai (ISMMS), this map has been used worldwide in the fight against COVID-19. The drug zotatifin, a protein synthesis inhibitor identified by the Panacea performers with their interactome map, is entering a Phase 1 clinical trial in Q1FY21 with investment support from the Defense Health Agency.

    In January 2021, these performers published findings in Science demonstrating that Plitidepsin, a compound originally discovered in Mediterranean sea squirts, currently used as a therapeutic for the treatment of multiple myeloma, is 27.5-fold more potent against SARS-CoV-2 than remdesivir in vitro. Remdesivir received FDA emergency use authorization in 2020 for the treatment of COVID-19.


    Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), supported by DARPA’s INTERCEPT program, are modeling in-person and population-based spread of COVID-19 by combining clinical data and mathematical modeling to provide a quantitative understanding of the SARS-CoV-2 infection process within infected individuals and derive principles for therapeutic treatments for the purpose of limiting spread, reducing disease severity, and minimizing the risk of resistance. In a manuscript published in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, the researchers review current literature on using within-host models to understand SARS-CoV-2 infection dynamics and their relationship with infectiousness, immune responses, and disease severity. This work provides an up-to-date synthesis of what is known about quantitative SARS-CoV-2 viral dynamics and their implication to both non-pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical interventions, such as therapeutics and vaccines.

    Another INTERCEPT performer, Autonomous Therapeutics, Inc (ATI), is developing therapeutics to provide protection against any coronavirus – from novel mutational strains of COVID-19 to the next (unpredictable) threat. Known as Therapeutic Interfering Particles (TIPs), these broad-spectrum antivirals can be developed and stockpiled before the next threat emerges or is even known. TIP development is being supported by the INTERCEPT effort, with additional backing for clinical transition from leading private investors and a partnership with BARDA and Johnson and Johnson known as Blue Knight.

    ATI is also developing non-invasive platform technologies to enable the at-home, self-administered distribution of next-generation, gene-encoded antivirals. The technology would surmount a major barrier to the distribution of leading vaccine and monoclonal antibody approaches, which require intramuscular (IM) or intravenous (IV) delivery in centralized clinical settings.


    On February 3, 2021 a PREPARE performer team at Georgia Tech and colleagues published a paper in Nature highlighting a new mRNA treatment as a potential therapeutic against both influenza A virus and SARS-COV-2 using Cas13a constructs they developed as part of the program.


    The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted vulnerabilities in the U.S. pharmaceutical supply chain. Work being done under DARPA’s Make-It program furthers the development and commercialization of technology that directly addresses these vulnerabilities to enable an end-to-end, deployable and scalable capability for the production of medicines made from readily available commodity materials that can be sourced within the U.S.

    AMD performers are collaborating with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) to apply artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to accelerate the discovery of drugs to combat SARS-CoV-2. Under this program, the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) and WRAIR provide medicinal chemistry expertise to MIT and SRI, and also conduct in vitro testing of the AI predictions to validate and inform the models.

    Researchers at MIT are concentrating efforts on the development of new AI algorithms that specifically address the problem of data scarcity inherent in studying a novel virus, and are looking to apply such techniques to identify synergistic combination therapies in the future. They recently posted blog posts on results from their model trained to predict antiviral activity against COVID-19, and efforts towards the development machine-learning tools to aid in identifying molecules with therapeutic effects against the disease.

    AMD performers at SRI International are developing AI tools that incorporate chemists’ expert knowledge, in addition to that learned through data, to discover analogs of existing therapeutics with potency against SARS-CoV-2. They have also recently published data on the use of machine learning models to identify inhibitors of the virus.


    Under Make-It, Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) production was further automated and expanded to enable the flexible and scalable manufacture of a broad range of APIs. Current efforts are focused on addressing regulatory approval requirements and expanding the capability to enable production of critical medicines and precursors needed to treat critical care COVID-19 patients.

    Make-It performers are building a suite of flexible manufacturing capabilities for scalable, resilient production of important medicines:

    On Demand Pharmaceuticals’ (ODP) focus is on the production of fine chemical reagents and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), and their technology is based on small-footprint chemical manufacturing devices that were developed in DARPA’s Battlefield Medicine and Make-It programs. Their effort is jointly funded by DARPA and HHS under the CARES Act, and the company enjoyed a visit from FDA Commissioner, Dr. Stephen Hahn, as well as DARPA’s Deputy Director, Dr. Peter Highnam, on 3 December.

    SRI International is developing an approach that enables simple scaling of flow-based pharmaceutical production from bench-top to production scale in a single step.

    Virginia Commonwealth University is building tools to analyze and optimize U.S. based chemical manufacturing to enable rapid reallocation of existing on-shore process streams to critical APIs in a time of need.

    For more information on the highlighted programs, we invite you to visit the appropriate program page. In addition, please continue to follow this space for timely updates on DARPA’s efforts

  • Thanks Fm1 , already aware of it, and if you read some of the recently approved Pfizer, Moderna patents on vaccines, already incorporated these techs for a series of purposes.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

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    There has been an ongoing rumour that people that has got the covid shots begin shortly after to broadcast a BLE bluetooth MAC address.

    You probably remember the earlier claim that they inject a micro-chip into your body included in the the vaccine? There was even a circuit diagram of that chip, which actually turned out to be a copy of a guitar effect unit. This bluetooth-unit rumour sounds as believable.

    Anyway i had to test the claim with myself. I'm an older guy, 66 (unfortunately not a lady). I have got already two portions of vaccine:

    1. Astra-Zeneca

    2. Moderna

    So the conditions for the succesfull bluetooth connections are perfect, at least two of those transmitters should be in my body. My test device was a Lenovo tablet which i kept in my hands when i tried to see if there is any connection available. Unfortunately i could see only my mobile phone and our smart-TV, nothing else. Maybe both transmitters have already died because of beer/wine/brandy flowing in my blood every now and then ?

  • I am not defending the position in favor or against, just conveying third party evidence that I think builds an intriguing case, you may want to get better acquainted with the methods and software used to find the unknown manufacturer MAC addresses of interest.

    I use my iphone with an application called BLE Scan 4.0. I am not covid vaxxed nor will I ever be, so I can't test it on myself, but I have been using this app in all kind of instances, and consistently found multiple MACs coming from unknown/unlisted devices, only when people are present in a radius of around 40 meters. In one particular case I was able to single out the source of two unknown MACs to a passing by person. I did not ask her if she was vaccinated or not, nor if she was wearing or using any BLE casting appliance, but whenever a device shows in this app that is compliant with the IEEE directives, the app tells instantaneously the name and manufacturer of the appliance. The Unknown MACs detected are IEEE compliant but without known manufacturer.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • Anyway i had to test the claim with myself. I'm an older guy, 66 (unfortunately not a lady). I have got already two portions of vaccine:

    1. Astra-Zeneca

    2. Moderna

    Three more to go and you will have superpowers. Why be immune when you can be invincible?

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  • Curbina:

    Just for curiosity i installed the corresponding(?) Android-application Bluetooth LE Scanner in the tablet.

    The first scan showed ~10 of those Unknown Device-addresses.

    But e.g. the Samsung-phone showed as a Samsung TV.


    It's enough for me to be reasonably immune when the Covid death rate in our neighbouring country is >1000 deaths/day and getting worse.

  • BLE scanner 4.0 from bluepix is available for both IOS and Android AFAIK, but at least now you realize that there’s a number of unknown devices around you, just need to find if these are people or not.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • BLE scanner 4.0 from bluepix is available for both IOS and Android AFAIK, but at least now you realize that there’s a number of unknown devices around you, just need to find if these are people or not.

    (I should have stayed away from this discussion, but because it's too late now here's one more message, i hope the last one from me.)

    OK i need to clarify a little bit more what i observed.

    I had my phone (bluetooth ON) in a condo in room A and the scanner-tablet in room B. When staying in the room B the room A was around a corner the scan-software could not detect the phone.

    When i moved with a tablet from room B to room A the scanner started to see the phone but in addition to that showed also more of those "ghost"-addresses. The phenomena could be repeated.

    My conclusion is that the software detects also some distorted reflections of the original signal and interprets those as real addresses. This is more likely explanation for the "ghosts" than some vaccination-conspiracy. Another reason for this conclusion is that the "ghost"-signal strength was a lot lower than in the known real cases. This also points to reflections (signal damping).

  • When i moved with a tablet from room B to room A the scanner started to see the phone but in addition to that showed also more of those "ghost"-addresses. The phenomena could be repeated.

    It is well known that many virus and NSA tracking tools communicated over fake MAC ids. The have full routing support on board. Use your inhouse router (disable telephone network and move to data over wifi only) and check with router GUI for unkown MAC's.

  • Being a good guy does not pay, politically, in the US. The left wing of the Democrats is every bit as stupid and narrow-sighted as the right-wing (well now most) of the Republicans.

    COP26 matters.

    Biden and climate. Democrats do the darndest things. They’ve levered Trump out of the White House, secured control of both houses of Congress and won the chance to retool US climate policy and show the world American democracy and leadership are back. It’s not working out like that.

    Joe Biden embarked last night on the most important foreign trip of his presidency so far with one hand tied behind his back by liberals in the House of Representatives and the other by two senators from his own party who’ve done more to delay his domestic agenda than 50 Republicans.

    What Biden’s got. As of Thursday evening US time, as Marine One lifted off from the South Lawn to take the first couple to Joint Base Andrews en route to Rome, the Vatican and Glasgow, Biden had his party’s provisional agreement on a $1.75 trillion “safety net” spending plan that would:

    • channel $555 billion to clean energy investments and climate-friendly tax credits in the biggest federally-funded shift away from fossil fuels in US history;
    • extend health insurance cover to seven million Americans who can’t currently afford it;
    • earmark $400 billion in all for childcare and pre-school to halve a typical family’s childcare outlay.

    What he’s not. The $1.75 trillion package is a radically pared-down version of the administration’s $3.5 trillion opening bid. Specifically it lacks:

    • final sign-off from Senators Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, who’ve praised Biden’s “good faith” negotiating but dug in their heels against spending (in Manchin’s case especially on clean energy) that they fear will hurt them in their states, even though neither is up for re-election until 2025;
    • final sign-off from the lower House’s liberal caucus, which wants simultaneous votes on this and a separate $1.2 trillion infrastructure package;
    • any federal funding for paid family leave to help new parents and those struggling with illness;
    • funding for free two-year community college, which now feels like a promise from a far-off time when liberal Democrats still thought Trump’s departure was a brave new dawn.

    What it means. Biden arrives in Europe looking weak, not strong. His approval ratings have slid to 42 per cent from 57 at the start of his presidency. He has neither the political capital nor the financial wherewithal to pull any rabbits from his hat at Cop, and US Republicans aren’t the only ones delighted that his once-fabled skills as a Senate wrangler seem to have deserted him. Russia and China are looking at American democracy in the round, and smiling.

    Look ahead – to next Tuesday, when the Virginia governor’s race between Democrat stalwart and close Biden ally Terry McAuliffe and the Republican Glenn Youngkin is being seen as a curtain-raiser for next year’s midterms. It has narrowed in a recent poll of polls to a two-point lead for McAuliffe. Biden won Virginia last year by 10 points.

  • Here an other masterpiece of the US FM/R/K/B mafia. It's about the good old oil mafia branch that has been punished to finally pay 9 billion for damage. Now they organize state US criminal torture of the lawyer that got them: (In German)

    Hausarrest von US-Anwalt verstösst gegen internationales Recht - infosperber
    Steven Donziger sitzt seit über zwei Jahren in Hausarrest, weil er Chevron vor zehn Jahren Umweltverbrechen nachgewiesen hat.

  • I had a direct communication with Dr. Santilli

    Also, it is of the utmost importance that in future everyone must refer to Santilli using his proper honorifics… Its Sir Professor Santilli to plebs like us you.

    Apparently the trinket that he is regularly pictured with around his neck is an honour from the country of San Marino, called the “Ordine Equestre di Sant’Agata”. As such, it entitles the owner to call himself the distinctly un-Italian sounding “Sir”. (source:Santilli)

    Interestingly, there appears to have been various fraudulent versions of this honour offered by less-than-proper sources over the years. So much so that the Sammarinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs offers the ability to check their archives for awards that have been handed out by their government.

    Segreteria Esteri

    Although it appears that some kind of clerical error by the Ministry has led to certain names having being left out of their database.


    At least no-one can argue with his title of “Professor” though. This is uncontroverted, as there is ample documentary evidence that this title was awarded to him by the Institute of Basic Research in 1981.

    Whilst its difficult to find any data about exactly who sits on the Tenure Committee of this esteemed institute (est. 1981), it should be noted that at Santilli holds at least one more position at the institute (President), and possibly another (Webmaster).

  • Wyttenbach, the only reason you like Santilli is that he manages makes you look sane by comparison.

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