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Recycle waste plastics into fuel in your own backyard February 3, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Energy, Technology, Transport.
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After watching Matt Stern’s interview on Project Camelot (see The End of ‘The Grid’ as we know it) I am reassured to discover how easy it seems to be to recycle virtually any old plastic waste* into fuel to run a multitude of engines. We got in touch with some of PSTV’s engineering friends who have recently been playing at turning waste plastics into fuel and although it’s early days they are having a good deal of success. If you are at all concerned about how you will manage if/when the energy grid goes down then this will interest you greatly.

We have been browsing the tube for some starting points but there is lots more to look at when designing your prototype:

Some background and an industrial waste processing plant – Ventana Cleantech : Converting Waste Plastics to Petroleum Fuels
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz7pfNSAKpM

A more rudimentary approach
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYdP6kEtvds

This shows the concept working at its most basic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=R3Bc_LSd-YU&feature=endscreen

*Except PVC. Due to the added chlorine in the plastic which does not condense into fuel and is released as a harmful vapour.

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The End of ‘The Grid’ as we know it January 20, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Communications, Energy, Environment, Shelter, Technology.
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Our global system of electrical power generation and distribution (“the grid”), upon which every facet of our modern life is utterly dependent, in its current form is extremely vulnerable to severe geomagnetic storms of a magnitude that tends to strike our planet on an average of approximately once every 70 to 100 years.

To read the full article goto Matt Stern’s website – When Technology Fails

Highly recommended –  Watch the Project Camelot interview with Matt here: http://projectcamelotportal.com/kerrys-blog/1513-new-release-matt-stein-when-tech-fails

Excerpt: “Our global system of electrical power generation and distribution (“the grid”), upon which every facet of our modern life is utterly dependent, in its current form is extremely vulnerable to severe geomagnetic storms of a magnitude that tends to strike our planet on an average of approximately once every 70 to 100 years. We depend on this grid to maintain food production and distribution, telecommunications, Internet services, medical services, military defense, transportation, government, water treatment, sewage and garbage removal, refrigeration, oil refining and gas pumping, and to conduct all forms of commerce.

Unfortunately, the world’s nuclear power plants, as they are currently designed, are critically dependent upon maintaining connection to a functioning electrical grid, for all but relatively short periods of electrical blackouts, in order to keep their reactor cores continuously cooled so as to avoid catastrophic reactor core meltdowns and spent fuel rod storage pond fires.

If an extreme GMD were to cause widespread grid collapse (which it most certainly will), in as little as one or two hours after each nuclear reactor facility’s backup generators either fail to start, or run out of fuel, the reactor cores will start to melt down. After a few days without electricity to run the cooling system pumps, the water bath covering the spent fuel rods stored in “spent fuel ponds” will boil away, allowing the stored fuel rods to melt down and burn [2]. Since the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) currently mandates that only one week’s supply of backup generator fuel needs to be stored at each reactor site, it is likely that after we witness the spectacular night-time celestial light show from the next extreme GMD we will have about one week in which to prepare ourselves for Armageddon.

To do nothing is to behave like ostriches with our heads in the sand, blindly believing that “everything will be okay,” as our world inexorably drifts towards the next naturally recurring, 100%  inevitable, super solar storm and resultant extreme GMD. The result of which in short order will end the industrialized world as we know it, incurring almost incalculable suffering, death, and environmental destruction on a scale not seen since the extinction of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago.

The  End of “The Grid” As We Know It

There are records from the 1850s to today of roughly one hundred significant geomagnetic solar storms, two of which in the last 25 years were strong enough to cause millions of dollars worth of damage to key components that keep our modern grid powered. In March of 1989, a severe solar storm induced powerful electric currents in grid wiring that fried a main power transformer in the HydroQuebec system, causing a cascading grid failure that knocked out power to 6 million customers for nine hours while also damaging similar transformers in New Jersey and the United Kingdom. More recently, in 2003 a solar storm of lesser intensity, but longer duration, caused a blackout in Sweden and induced powerful currents in the South African grid that severely damaged or destroyed fourteen of their major power transformers, impairing commerce and comfort over major portions of that country as they were forced to resort to massive rolling blackouts that dragged on for many months.

Read the full article here: When Technology Fails http://www.whentechfails.com/node/1545

Toward a Hermeneutics of Love January 20, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Energy, Guidance, Health.
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If humans are social beings by nature, love is the expression of the intrinsic bond that sustains our intrinsic connections to others. A hermeneutics of love, as I understand it, makes a bold claim that, if we want to know the truth about another person, the best access to that truth is not through a detached indifference, but through a genuine, deeply felt love for that person. If I really want to know someone, a friendship with that person, for example, is more likely to yield a more impactful insight than treating the person like a rat in an experimental maze.

Excerpt from The New Existentialists. Read the full article here.

Using (the) phenomenological method, von Hildebrand arrives at what he concludes are the “essential traits of love”:

1.    Love as the most affective value-response

According to von Hildebrand, mental acts that are driven by the appetites, such as hunger, thirst, and sexual desire, are different kinds of acts than value-responses, such as respect, veneration, and love. Those who are familiar with Viktor Frankl’s work will recognize that Frankl likewise distinguished between drives and values. Whereas drives “push” a person from behind, values “pull” the person along; they are teleological in nature. Similar to Abraham Maslow’s Being-values, values do not seem to be satiated nor exhausted, but maintain their power. This is because they are not meeting basic physiological needs of the organism; they are related more directly to noological or spiritual or psychological dimensions of the person.

Love is a value-response because it does not reduce the other person to an instrument merely to satisfy my own physiological needs. True love, rather, is a matter of recognition the intrinsic value of the whole person of the beloved other. Genuine love does not reduce the beloved to a means to the end of my own satisfaction, but rather, appreciates the beauty and goodness of the other for his or her own sake.

Von Hildebrand says that love is the most affective value-response—a claim that would need more space and attention to pursue in depth. But, in short, he means that when we love the other person we give of ourselves to the other—there is an aspect of self-donation (see below), and also a charitable interpretation of the other. We see the other person not through our own pride such that we would exaggerate the importance of the other person, but rather accept the person’s limitations. Yet, we see the other’s limitations as less central and even alien to the beloved’s true nature or essence. To love the other is to recognize not just the flawed person he or she is, but the ideal person who he or she is latently capable of being in actuality. And our love helps to bring this potential into being.

Read full article here: http://www.newexistentialists.com/posts/01-15-13

Source: The New Existentialists

Hurricane Sandy – HAARP or PARP? November 4, 2012

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Energy, Fact or Fiction?, Governance, Technology.
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All hardened conspiracy theorists are reveling in the evidence of HAARP involvement in the Hurricane Sandy that has recently increased the turbulence in one of Earth’s most happening cities. The question being; is HAARP solely responsible or to what extent is The Earth naturally cleansing her people? The fact that HAARP was involved does not mean that it had the capacity of creating such natural disasters – perhaps simply that it had the effect of strengthening the impact. The full moon and high tide are as much evidence of a timely attack as high time for the Earth’s geomagnetic activity to drop its load through natural enhancement of some extreme weather patterns.

How much time do we spend giving power to those whom we seek to overthrow and how much to seeking connection with the harmonic fields of energy that are flying around us? It might make more sense to concentrate less on the supposed ‘might’ of the elite and more upon our own collective powers. We who do not work at HAARP are quite in the dark when it comes to knowing how many failed attempts this mechanism has made to kick up a storm from scratch. A more empowered stance can be achieved through direct connection with the Earth Mother Ship. Nature knows best, our hearts reach out to all those caught up in the deluge, may the rest of us take action to ensure we are prepared for similar water filled challenges.

Water – The Great Mystery November 4, 2012

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Energy, Guidance, Health, Science, Water.
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ImageParadigm Shift TV recommend the Russian documentary Water – The Great Mystery for a neat and comprehensive analysis of the hitherto unexplained mysteries of that essential element – water. Interestingly, the first edit was removed from Youtube so this is a clear remark from those that seek to pull the wool over our eyes that the content is positively charged. This video is also reviewed on Spirit Science.

Be inspired to take control of your intentions and direct them with your full awareness. This video develops considerably upon the discoveries of Masaro Emoto – demonstrating the potency of water and our ability to affect its structure through thought, word, sound or visualization. As much of our surrounding environment and physical bodies are made of water this research aims towards a scientific understanding of the logic behind longstanding rituals from all cultures around the world involving prayer or intent.

Unlocking the mysteries of water is a key to our spiritual growth. It doesn’t matter how we approach this, the most important thing is to purify the mind and cleanse the soul through an unwavering desire to emit authentic loving vibrations in every thought, word and deed. Seek to flip your negative or fear based assumptions and watch as the world around you changes. This video shows clearly that ALL is conscious and our thoughts are extremely potent energies so try to love your surroundings, especially when they feel uncomfortable but most of all, be Aware!

Keshe Technology Disclosure October 2, 2012

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Energy, Fact or Fiction?, Governance, Technology, Transport.
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“On 21 September 2012 the Keshe Foundation will release the first phase of its space technology and the gravitational and magnetic (Magravs) systems it has developed, to all scientists around the world simultaneously, for production and duplication. From that point on, international borders will cease to have any real significance…The new airborne systems will enable every individual to make the same length of journey in the same time and at hardly any cost from any point on this planet. The craft will not be detectable with present radar technology.”

Just a few days ago, the Keshe Foundation’s event took place in Brussels. This could be a game changer for the global elite by enabling many more countries to create future tech defense and weaponry capabilities that make the use of missiles and bombs look as futile as fisticuffs. Certainly it should raise the bar of our perception of what is possible within this new era of technology but take a few breaths before you sigh with relief and engage your discernment. Iranian born Keshe might be operating solely to raise the game of global arms technology because of his involvement in the global power struggle. Perhaps he is operating on behalf of some shady aliens who are looking to herald themselves as our new leaders.

It is important to look deeply at every story and this one rings some alarm bells for me from my understanding of how the Middle East and US pretend to be enemies but really have longstanding financial connections. If Keshe were releasing technologies openly to alternative energy scientists and researchers I may have less cause to question his authenticity. Keep an eye on this one, it is bound to erupt with some quite bizarre events.

Further Research:

PSTV.tv – Monday 01/10 @ 21.00-23.00: Sky 192
The Obama Deception: This hard-hitting film completely destroys the myth that Barack Obama is working for the best interests of the American people.

PSTV.tv – Wednesday 03/10 @ 21.30-23.00: Sky 192
UFOs and Military Elite: This film reviews the most important cases in history in which UFOs have been involved with the military, whether as witnesses or as part of a cover-up.