rubycarat Journalist

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    (Quote from LeBob)

    This is certainly off topic for this thread, but one last thought! With breakthrough energy, according to Marshall McLuhan, our mental imprint will change too. We won't be the same people we were, or are, now. That doesn't mean we'll…
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    Hi Cydonia

    Actually recovering the waste is the good point. The way the numbers work out the hydrogen is very very cheap. The alumina is what makes the money because there is a huge market for it 'as is'. The figures in terms of return on investment are…
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    On the argument about is SARS-CoV2 lab-made or not, I note contributions from W, Zeus and RB. This is a review of the dialectic (is that the right use of the word)?

    Terminology: pro-lab argument (W, RB), pro-nature argument (Z, THH)

    • W claims (pro-lab) that
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    (Quote from Toffoli)


    This proof makes no sense. Carlson wrote:

    "As a matter of public health, we can say conclusively the lockdowns were not necessary. In fact, we can prove that. And here's the most powerful evidence: States that never locked down at all…
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    Yes, It may be possible that magnetic turbulences generated by spin glass would increase interaction of neutrinos with atom nuclei even more. In general every scalar i.e. negentropic or macroscopically quantum process could enhance nuclear…
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    (Quote from oystla)

    If and when zero point energy is available, there will be no need for a power grid. The effort will be devoted to engineering devices. However, it is unlikely that any company could have a monopoly. Also, with that almost free…
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    (Quote from LeBob)

    Thank you LeBob. The money rant is filled with options, all for transistional living arrangements. I guess I am always thinking what's the "ultimate"? Ultimately, with nearly-free energy, many of us will not need money at all. A…
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    (Quote from Zeus46)


    Somebody sent me that picture too - that was my thought too- I sent them back a picture of my piece of Roswell Catalytic Converter - who'd a thunk they had them in flying saucers.
  • rubycarat

    Replied to the thread Covid-19 (WuFlu) News.
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    A friend of mine works for CalTrans, the transportation agency for the state of California US, as an engineer. He was recently asked by his manager if he would be OK being reassigned to Covid contact tracing. It hasn't gone down…
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    (Quote from JedRothwell)

    What bothers me is that the environmental costs are not shown in the purely financial analysis. Market prices are distorted by missing a big chunk of cost by thinking everything in nature is free. The debt of fossil fuels isn't…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    This is amazing. But could this happen everywhere?
  • Great Britain has now gone more than 18 days without coal-fired generation, thanks to sunny weather and low demand. National Grid ESO announced the news this morning (28 April), as the previous record of 18 days, 6 hours and 10 minutes set last May, was…
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    Alan, where are you on funding of this work? I notice this thread started last year. Are there any prospective collaborators? There is an energy research center Schatz Energy Research Center affiliated with the university that…
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    https://eandt.theiet.org/conte…reactor-in-a-farm-shed%2F



    This is about what we do in the field of more respectable science!
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    (Quote from fabrice DAVID)

    Thank you for this background, Fabrice.

    Does this mean that this material could possibly keep the deuterium (hydrogen) fuel moving in flux, and thereby increase the reaction? Would that be because of the way the magnetic lines…
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    This is probably a very big discovery, which concerns the LERN field.

    Let me explain :

    A magnet is a ferromagnetic compound. Each individual spin is perfectly aligned with the others. In this sense, it is a "spin crystal".

    There are also antiferromagnetic…
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    Brillouin Energy of Berkeley, CA, USA has achieved repeatable , consistent results of over unity energy production.
    Results have been verified by SRI in Stanford, CA, USA
    https://brillouinenergy.com/ne…s_Report_News_Release.pdf
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    The Covid bailouts in the US included $1.3m avg for 43 millionaires in the US. On top of that most of the top companies got bailed out (after they pillaged their companies with debt -- it was the end of the scam). And now the…
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    We still have to many unknowns. Up to 50% of all people (in all age classes) are immune due to former classic corona infections or other similar virus infections. Further some countries show an asymptomatic statistics (more…
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    (Quote from ZenoOfElea)


    Thanks. That's a good article. Note that the full title is:


    Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

    The above link cut off "misinformation."

    Lede:


    A BBC team tracking coronavirus misinformation has found links to assaults,