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« Reply #1845 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 2:53pm »

Plot to replace Europeans with refugees exposed


http://www.wnd.com/2017/07/plot-to-replace-europeans-with-refugees-exposed/

a United Nations document, prepared in the year 2000 and rediscovered by WND, reveals the U.N. was already promoting the notion of “replacement migration” in Europe with the support of open-borders non-governmental organizations and “progressive” politicians.

The document – “Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Aging Populations?” – details the plunging birthrates across Europe and identifies a solution: mass immigration.

The 17-year-old document contended mass immigration was necessary to replace the aging populations of developed countries. Without the migration of populations from the developing world, it reasons, economies will suffer because of labor shortages and falling tax revenues.

“Therefore, among the demographic variables, only international migration could be instrumental in addressing population decline and population aging in the short to medium term,” the report concludes.

The report specifically targets the U.S., Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Japan, South Korea and Russia as prime candidates for replacement migration. It is not an obscure study, written and then ignored, but a founding piece of the pro-migration agenda pushed by the United Nations, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and open-borders advocates.


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Veteran political commentator and former White House adviser Patrick Buchanan told WND the fact that the U.N. “signed on to a mass migration of Third World peoples to Europe and America, to replace the native populations, is consistent with its anti-Western ideology and comes as no surprise.”

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« Reply #1846 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 3:52pm »

Thanks
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I,m not sure I would call that agenda "progressive" seems opposite to me.

This was the point I was trying to make to HAL, and sounds like or similar to, the Pike vision, and of course bernaseastic = social engineering.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_engineering_(security)

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Who would be for such a thing ?
question 1
Who plays the leading role into multiculturalism ?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiculturalism
question 2
Oddly enough they will gleefully tell you, even though they will be recented for it, why do sumtin you will be recented for ?

These ideas are not what I know as being a good person or a moral Human.

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« Reply #1847 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 4:00pm »

MOKSHA,

I'm trying to follow this conversation, but can't find a definition for 'recented'.

What do you mean by it ?

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« Reply #1848 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 4:05pm »

on Jul 23rd, 2017, 4:00pm, INT21 wrote:
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I'm trying to follow this conversation, but can't find a definition for 'recented'.

What do you mean by it ?

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To do sumtin you will be hated for.
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« Reply #1849 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 4:09pm »

from my perspective
TRUTH
of ones ideas
should never be labelled as right or left.

like this, "below" just ones opinion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtImwK5TI4g

= fear and scarcity.

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« Reply #1850 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 4:59pm »

MOKSHA,

Thanks for the explanation. It's a new word to me.

I really couldn't see what the girl in the link was complaining about, except the obvious, that Patreon had shut her acc down and used some silly excuse that she was engaged in doing something that would endanger life. which she didn't seem to be doing.

The migrant boat thing is a very serious problem. And it is big business for a lot of criminals in Africa.
More effort need to be made in shutting these people down.
Those who make the trips are being promised something that they them selves are actually destroying. Their very presence in such large numbers causes a collapse in the society that they seem to see as some nirvana.

We see this locally every day.

what annoys me is when news channels like CNN have glossy items on Africa. Showing all the beautiful people strutting around high end areas of Nigeria etc. But not mentioning the likes of Boko Haram, all the famine in the east of the country and the massive rate of corruption that is ruining what should be a wealthy oil state.

We have a moral problem in that idealy the boat people should be returned to their country of origin. But this is often thousands of miles from where they are picked up. And the African coast countries won't take them.

They traffickers play on the west's weaknesses.

The idea of the 'melting pot' never worked. Just watch any riot in LA or SF and see what immediately happens. Open tribal warfare.

Multiculturalism is dead in the water.

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« Reply #1851 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 5:25pm »

THANK YOU HAL,

Hear sumtin from the past, the link below is the first song after my tribute to you, called
T HAL K = Thanks Hal Ok, and the song prior to my point to,
DRWU23, who at that time was pounding me like a drum, so I called it
DR UM,
the song TAX TO DO, are not my words I lifted them from a reporter from
Orlando, who got fired for publishing his opinion.

https://www.reverbnation.com/mhasok/song/20367868-tax-to-do

PLEASE <> ENJOY <> PLEASE
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« Reply #1852 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 6:36pm »

The other thing HAL and to the others, use
HEADPHONES PLEASE.

This week HAL, I wish I live where you do, for this reason.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/23/sports/golf/jordan-spieth-wins-the-british-open-his-third-major-title.html

History as we watch, well done Jordan
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« Reply #1853 on: Jul 23rd, 2017, 8:20pm »

on Jul 23rd, 2017, 09:58am, Swamprat wrote:
Thomas Wheeler, CEO of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, and his wife were driving along an interstate highway when he noticed that their car was low on gas. Wheeler got off the highway at the next exit and soon found a rundown gas station with just one gas pump. He asked the lone attendant to fill the tank and check the oil, then went for a little walk around the station to stretch his legs.

As he was returning to the car, he noticed that the attendant and his wife were engaged in an animated conversation. The conversation stopped as he paid the attendant. But as he was getting back into the car, he saw the attendant wave and heard him say, “It was great talking to you.”

As they drove out of the station, Wheeler asked his wife if she knew the man. She readily admitted she did. They had gone to high school together and had dated steadily for about a year.

“Boy, were you lucky that I came along,” bragged Wheeler. “If you had married him, you’d be the wife of a gas station attendant instead of the wife of a chief executive officer.”

“My dear,” replied his wife, ‘if I had married him, he’d be the chief executive officer, and you’d be the gas station attendant.”




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on Jul 23rd, 2017, 4:59pm, INT21 wrote:
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collapse in the society that they seem to see as some nirvana.

Open tribal warfare.

HAL
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YEP.

It is funny to me coz I love golf, and these words came from a
USGA letter, that I get all the time.

https://www.reverbnation.com/mhasok/song/27275993-game-we-all-love

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« Reply #1856 on: Jul 24th, 2017, 07:48am »

GOOD MORNING ALL cheesy

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Space Crystals Could Save Victims of Chemical Warfare on Earth

Becky Ferreira

Jul 24 2017, 4:00am

Scientists leverage microgravity to confront one of the world’s most dangerous poisons.


Organophosphates (OPs) are among the world's most dangerous and widespread poisons. They block a muscle-relaxing enzyme in the brains of humans and wildlife, which results in paralysis and death.

OPs are often used in nerve agents like sarin gas, which has been deployed in the Syrian civil war. This, along with the Trump administration's move to retract bans on OP-based pesticides linked to brain damage in children, has unfortunately made these toxins topical recently.

But it's not all grim: Scientists are actively developing better antidotes to treat OP poisoning—with the help of crystals grown onboard the International Space Station (ISS).

The station's microgravity environment allows crystalline structures to grow with fewer imperfections than on the Earth's surface, so space-grown crystals have properties that would be impossible to produce in gravity-bound ground laboratories. Growing crystals on the space station has previously been used to research Huntington's Disease and radiation-detection equipment.

The ISS provides a perfect platform for growing uniform samples of pure crystalline acetylcholinesterase, the enzyme in humans (and other animals) that is targeted and inhibited by OPs, leading to the poison's life-threatening side effects. The crystals are being grown as a part of Countermeasures Against Chemical Threats (CounterACT), a National Institutes of Health initiative that aims to improve medical outcomes for victims of chemical attacks.

The experiment arrived at the station aboard a SpaceX Dragon capsule in June, and the ISS crew is currently nurturing a batch of large crystals in orbit. Once completed, the experiment will be sent back to Earth where CounterACT scientists like Andrey Kovalevsky, a crystallographer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will image the space crystals in atomic-level detail. Studying how these enzymic materials respond to deadly OPs can help Kovalevsky and his team to figure out the best way to break those bonds with an artificial antidote.






"Hundreds of thousands of people die in the world every year from organophosphate poisoning," Kovalevsky said in the above video describing the experiment. "Once we get the protein structure we can design better, faster-acting antidotes that can be used against pesticide and nerve agent poisoning."

Given the devastating impacts of OP poisoning, combined with the rise of these toxins in warfare and in the environment, these experiments are a humanitarian necessity. The fact that they also involve sending crystals to an outer space habitat that orbits Earth at around 17,000 miles per hour is just an added mind-boggling bonus.

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/qvp5ww/space-crystals-could-save-victims-of-chemical-warfare-on-earth

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« Reply #1857 on: Jul 24th, 2017, 09:54am »

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Is this the answer to the Bermuda mystery?

22 Jul, 2017 8:23am

It's a notorious part of the world where scores of ships and planes have vanished without a trace in mysterious circumstances.

The Bermuda Triangle, which stretches over 700,000km of sea from Florida to Puerto Rico and the island of Bermuda in the North Atlantic Ocean, is a puzzle that has long stumped scientists and unsettled sailors.

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the "Devil's Triangle", is said to have claimed at least 1000 human lives, 20 planes and 50 ships in the past 100 years, reports news.com.au.

On average, five planes continue to go missing in the area each year.

But Australian Scientist Dr Karl Kruszelnicki told news.com.au there is no mystery to solve because the incidents were likely caused by human error.

"According to Lloyds of London and the US coast guard, the number of planes that go missing in the Bermuda Triangle is the same as anywhere in the world on a percentage basis," Dr Kruszelnicki said.

"It is close to the equator, near a wealthy part of the world, America, therefore you have a lot of traffic."

The Bermuda Triangle is one of the most heavily travelled shipping lanes in the world, with vessels crossing through to get to ports in America, Europe and the Caribbean.

The mystery surrounding the area grew in the 20th century with a large number of planes and ships going missing over the decades.

In 1918, the USS Cyclops - a large carrier ship that supplied fuel to the American fleet in WWI - was full of heavy cargo when it set sail with 309 people on board.

After it failed to arrive in Baltimore from Barbados, search teams retraced its route but it was never found. Two of the Cyclops' sister ships disappeared along the same route in 1941.

The legend of the Bermuda Triangle deepened after Flight 19 - which consisted of five TBM Avenger Torpedo Bombers - took off from a US Naval Air Station in Florida on a routine training mission and disappeared, on December 5, 1945.

Fourteen crew members were on-board but a total of 27 men vanished that night.

A Martin Mariner seaplane with 13 men on-board was deployed to find the missing aircraft but things took a dramatic turn when it also disappeared.

To this day, no bodies or wreckage have been found, despite a massive land and sea search.

But Dr Kruszelnicki - who is also the author of The Doctor which is based on his "quest to unearth scientific truths" - said there was a simple explanation.

"They vanish without a trace then another plane sent out to look with them vanishes ... (so some people claimed) it must have been aliens'," he said.

"(But) there was one experienced guy, the rest were inexperienced.

"It wasn't fine weather, there were 15m waves."

Dr Kruszelnicki said Flight 19's leader Lieutenant Charles Taylor was told to go west but instead chose to continue flying east.

"If you read the radio transcripts some of the junior pilots are saying, 'Why don't we fly to the west?', and the pilot says, 'Why don't we fly to the east?'" he said, suggesting Lt. Taylor was responsible for the flight's fate.

"(Lt. Taylor) arrived with a hangover, flew off without a watch, and had a history of getting lost and ditching his plane twice before.

"The plane that went to rescue then went missing was seen to blow up.

"It didn't vanish without a trace."

In May this year, a plane carrying four people, including a mother and her two children, went missing in the infamous Bermuda Triangle.

Jennifer Blumin, her two sons aged 3 and 4 and her pilot boyfriend Nathan Ulrich, had just spent Mother's Day in Puerto Rico and were flying to Florida when their twin-prop MU-2B aeroplane vanished off the radar about 59km east off the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas.

Communication was lost at 24,000 feet and a speed of about 555km/h, officials said.

The search was eventually called off and no bodies were found.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11893853

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25 miles north of me..... Every year, they have an open house; you can walk thru and observe all of the experiments.



MagLab home to major research — and hefty power bills


Lloyd Dunkelberger, The News Service of Florida
Published July 21, 2017

Last month, the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory facility at Florida State University paid a $236,735 electric bill for powering up its magnets. And that didn't include another $106,000 to keep the lights on and run the air-conditioning at the sprawling facility on the Southwest side of Tallahassee.

Over a one-year period ending in June, the MagLab paid about $3.4 million to the city of Tallahassee for power, split between $2.3 million in electricity for the magnets and $1.1 million for the facility's other power needs.

It's a hefty price, but physicists and other researchers believe it's worth the cost to have the largest and highest-powered magnet laboratory in the world. The MagLab also includes facilities at the University of Florida in Gainesville and the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.

“High magnetic fields play a critical role in developing materials that affect nearly every modern technology,” according to a 2013 operational agreement between the MagLab and the National Science Foundation, which provides funding for the research, including covering all the electricity costs related to the magnets.

“Lasers, computers, motors, plastics and MRI all came about after researchers learned more about materials through magnet-related research,” the agreement noted.

Since powering up its first major magnet at the Tallahassee facility in 1994, the research efforts as well as the magnets have expanded in scope. In 2015, more than 1,600 researchers from universities and corporations conducted research at the three MagLab sites. The efforts generate about 400 research papers each year.

The MagLab had a $49.2 million budget in 2015, with the National Science Foundation paying just under 70 percent, the state of Florida paying some 26 percent and the rest coming from grants obtained by researchers.

One of the basic goals is to create bigger, more-efficient magnets that will lead to more research insights in a wide array of fields, including materials research, superconductors, biofuels and pharmaceutical products.

“Most people don't realize that in your cell phone there are 20 materials that didn't exist 20 years ago,” Eric Palm, the deputy MagLab director said in a recent tour of the Tallahassee facility. “We are advancing new materials all of the time, and we are a key part of understanding those materials and being able to engineer future, better materials.”

One research effort has focused on finding materials to make safer, more efficient lithium batteries, Palm said.

In another research area, the MagLab late last year powered up a 33-ton “series connected hybrid” magnet. Its full-field magnetic strength was 36 tesla, a measurement that can be compared to .01 tesla in a refrigerator magnet or 1.5 to 3 tesla in a typical MRI machine.

It is the world's most powerful magnet that is focused on nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, which is used by chemists and biologists to study molecular structures. The new magnet will allow scientists to expand their research to more elements than in the past, including oxygen, which is involved in most biological processes.

The MagLab also has a hybrid magnet, which uses both resistive and superconducting technologies, that has held the world record since 1999 as the most powerful “continuous field” magnet, reaching 45 tesla.

Palm said the resistive magnets use the most electricity, while the superconducting magnets use the least.

The record-setting hybrid magnet, for example, requires about 30 megawatts of power when it is running at full field.

In February, the MagLab had its highest electricity usage for the year, reaching a 52-megawatt peak demand for the magnets.

The city of Tallahassee has about a 600-megawatt peak demand capacity, meaning the MagLab's electric needs accounted for about 8.6 percent of the demand in February, said David Wheeler, a financial and systems analyst for the city electric utility.

“Their peak demand is very high,” Wheeler said.

Under an arrangement with the city, electric power for the magnets is considered an “interruptible” source, providing a discount in the cost but also meaning sometimes the magnets cannot be used.

If the power is interrupted, Palm said “some experiments shut down really well and some don't.”

“It just depends, but that's the cost of doing business with these big high-powered magnets,” he said.

The MagLab is continuing its development of state-of-the-art magnets, with plans for a 32-tesla superconducting magnet, which would be another world record, and eventually a 60-tesla superconducting magnet, Palm said.

The MagLab is also awaiting approval for another five-year funding grant from the National Science Foundation, which will make a decision later this year.

“It's extremely critical for us,” Palm said about the National Science Foundation funding. “We're on the verge of creating an entirely new class of magnets so we get to even higher magnetic fields. We're excited about the opportunities.”

http://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2017/07/21/maglab-home-major-research-and-hefty-power-bills/500886001/

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