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Former High-Level Federal Reserve Official: Fed Secretly Bailing Out Europe - video

  • Former High-Level Federal Reserve Official: Fed Secretly Bailing Out Europe - video

    Yes, We Are Bailing Out Europe

    Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke told Congress that the Fed would not bail out Europe.

    But he might have been less than forthcoming.

    Former Vice President of the Federal Reserve bank of Dallas, Gerald O Driscoll, says that the Fed is secretly bailing out Europe:

    webmasters comment:

    The FED is not bailing out Europe. The criminal FED bankers that have complete control over american industrial complex including oil, military and so on, with every single puppet president with exception of JFK (and recently presidential candidate Ron Paul) being in their pocket have annexed Europe with the EURO SCAM.

    Dollars and the Euro's come from the same corrupt printing press.

    George Bush comment  on his visit to Dallas where JFK was shot and killed comes to mind:" It's good to be back to where it all started". (JFK wanted to end the FED and bring back the silver backed currency hence he was shot). If you believe the official story you need to have your head examined.

    That's what is all about. The criminal  f*cks running the FED have annexed Europe with their printed pictures in order to get Europeans locked when they need cannon fooder against islam, Russia and China.

    And that was done with full knowledge of every single EU leader that is now selling you "solutions to the crisis", while there actually is no crisis with exception of the fact that the majority of the EU population is remarkably stupid and uninformed and that european leaders, regardless of the party are a bunch of useless soviet style aparatchiks.

    Source: washingtonsblog.com


Revolution in Solar Energy Technology? Cheap Quantum Dot Solar Paint

  • Revolution in Solar Energy Technology? Cheap Quantum Dot Solar Paint

    Researchers have reduced the preparation time of quantum dot solar cells to less than an hour by changing the form to a one-coat quantum dot solar paint.


    Titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles are coated with cadmium sulfide (CdS) or cadmium selenide (CdSe.) The composite nanoparticles, when mixed with a solvent, form a paste that can be applied as one-step paint to a transparent conducting material, which creates electricity when exposed to light.

    Although the paint form is currently about five times less efficient than the highest recorded efficiency for the multifilm form, the researchers predict that its efficiency can be improved, which could lead to a simple and economically viable way to prepare solar cells.

    The scientists responsible for the research breakthrough, Mathew P. Genovese of the University of Waterloo in Canada, with Ian V. Lightcap and Prashant V. Kamat of the Radiation Laboratory and Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, will be publishing their study in an upcoming issue of the American Chemical Society's publication Nano.

    webmasters comment:

    This is a great invention. This patent is an extension of an old Matshushita patent that used TiO2, CDS, and a carbon layer and where you could simply print your cells with the same print method used for home made t-shirt designs.

    This will make printing solar cells a lot easier. I was experimenting with the matsushita tech and exploring the field, but there was an obstacle for someone trying to build them at home, simply because it is really hard to get uniform thickness on each of the 7 layers required in the 1st method. With this new invention, you could have a "solar cartridge" for your comp. printer in no time.

    Source: globalresearch.ca


Dr Chris Busby on Sky: Fallujah, Fukushima and Radiation

  • Dr Chris Busby on Sky: Fallujah, Fukushima and Radiation

    webmasters comment:

    If you live near a nuclear power plant, try to get information about how much leukemia is present in your city if you can get the hold of the data. In Slovenia, that is nearly impossible because of criminal cover ups. But many times when writing these articles i remember this beatifull young woman, perhaps a year or two younger than me, that came to my Tai Chi class one day. It was the first time i saw her.

    Next practice, the guy leading our class has notified us that the woman named Marjanca, passed away. Leukemia, he said. She was under 30 years of age and she was living in Krsko, a city hosting a nuclear power plant, where the NPP is notoriusly known for covering up the radiation leaks.

    Source: radioactivebsr


The World Of Free Energy by Dr. Peter Lindemann

  • The World Of Free Energy

    In the late 1880's, trade journals in the electrical sciences were predicting free electricity and free energy in the near future. Incredible discoveries about the nature of electricity were becoming common place. Nikola Tesla was demonstrating "wireless lighting" and other wonders associated with high frequency currents. There was an excitement about the future like never before.

    Within 20 years, there would be automobiles, airplanes, movies, recorded music, telephones, radio, and practical cameras. The Victorian Age was giving way to something totally new. For the first time in history, common people were encouraged to envision a utopian future filled with abundant modern transportation and communication, as well as jobs, housing and food for everyone. Disease would be conquered, and so would poverty. Life was getting better, and this time, everyone was going to get a piece of the pie. So, what happened? In the midst of this technological explosion, where did the energy breakthroughs go? Was all of this excitement about free energy, which happened just before the beginning of the last century, just wishful thinking that "real science" eventually disproved?

    Current State of Technology

    Actually, the answer to that question is no. In fact, the opposite is true. Spectacular energy technologies were developed right along with the other breakthroughs. Since that time, multiple methods for producing vast amounts of energy at extremely low cost have been developed. None of these technologies have made it to the consumer market as an article of commerce, however. Exactly why this is true will be discussed shortly.

    But first, I would like to describe to you a short list of free energy technologies that I am currently aware of, and that are proven beyond all reasonable doubt. The common feature connecting all of these discoveries, is that they use a small amount of one form of energy to control or release a large amount of a different kind of energy. Many of them tap the underlying Æther field in some way; a source of energy conveniently ignored by modern science.

    1) Radiant Energy. Nikola Tesla's magnifying transmitter, T. Henry Moray's radiant energy device, Edwin Gray's EMA motor, and Paul Baumann's Testatika machine all run on radiant energy. This natural energy form can be gathered directly from the environment (mistakenly called "static" electricity) or extracted from ordinary electricity by the method called fractionation. Radiant energy can perform the same wonders as ordinary electricity, at less than 1% of the cost. It does not behave exactly like electricity, however, which has contributed to the scientific community's misunderstanding of it. The Methernitha Community in Switzerland currently has 5 or 6 working models of fuelless, self-running devices that tap this energy...

    Source: globalresearch.ca


Kyushu Electric Sued over All N-Reactors in Saga Pref.

  • Kyushu Electric Sued over All N-Reactors in Saga Pref.

    Saga, Dec. 27 (Jiji Press)--Members of a Japanese civic group and others sued Kyushu Electric Power Co. Tuesday, seeking a court injunction to halt three nuclear reactors at its Genkai power plant in Saga Prefecture.

    In the suit filed with Saga District Court, some 160 plaintiffs claim that a strong earthquake or tsunami may cause a serious accident at the plant in the southwestern Japan prefecture. The power utility has been sued over the other reactor at the plant.

    webmasters comment:

    Good luck, but don't get your hopes up. Japan is a joke of a country. The whole functioning of the sistem reminds me of 16th century feudal europe with few kings and courts and others being peasants with hi-tech gadgets. 

    We allready have a precedens where judge ruled that aiport is not entitled to compensation, altough all of their flights were canceled beacuse of the crisis, since the radiation at the locations is approx 30 mSv/year, which is according to a criminal judge, safe for children.

    Reading about Japan government actions is like reading some WW1 or WW2 stories, depicting gruesome murders of millions with chemical weapons.

    Source: jen.jiji.com


INTERVIEW: Mizuho Chief Wants TEPCO to Remain Private Firm

  • INTERVIEW: Mizuho Chief Wants TEPCO to Remain Private Firm

    Tokyo, Dec. 27 (Jiji Press)--Mizuho Financial Group Inc. President Yasuhiro Sato has expressed his hope that Tokyo Electric Power Co. , a major client for the megabank group, will remain a private-sector company.As a private firm, TEPCO "needs to make efforts so that it can generate profits as resources for compensation payments" to those affected by the nuclear crisis at its Fukushima No. 1 power plant damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, Sato said in a recent interview.

    If TEPCO is allowed to stay as a private-sector company, Mizuho will be ready to support it, he added.

    webmasters comment:

    Damn bankers... they couldn't care less for the compensations, they want their credits back from Tepco and they are pressing their moneys to restart other tepco reactors. This is a blackmail of the people really.... " if you don't want to pay for tepco disaster, you better allow other reactors to start working again."

    Shareholders and investors in nuclear corporations, those that give money to this corrupt and genocidal industry should be paying for all the costs, banks included.

    Source: jen.jiji.com


Polluted Rice Found in More Fukushima Districts

  • Polluted Rice Found in More Fukushima Districts

    Fukushima, Dec. 27 (Jiji Press)--Rice containing over 100 becquerels of radioactive cesium per kilogram, a likely threshold for rice production permission next year, has been found in more districts in Fukushima Prefecture, the prefectural government said Tuesday.

    The total number of districts found to have exceeded the threshold through recent emergency surveys stands at 25, said the prefecture that hosts Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.About 4,800 families run rice farms in the 25 districts in six cities, adding to some 7,000 families in 10 municipalities that were instructed not to produce rice this year due to radioactive contamination.

    webmasters comment:

    "Families" means family farms. 11.800 destroyed up to this point.

    Source: jen.jiji.com


TEPCO dissatisfied with panel's view of severe accident measures

  • TEPCO dissatisfied with panel's view of severe accident measures

    The report, compiled by the panel led by Yotaro Hatamura, a professor emeritus at the University of Tokyo, said that TEPCO did not take enough precautionary measures in anticipation of a severe accident that could be caused by tsunami like the one that triggered the Fukushima crisis.

    webmasters comment:

    earthquake caused the Fukushima crisis. Recently Paul Gunter stated on the Thom Hartmann show that mainichi is a reliable source of information. IT IS NOT. It has been a propaganda outlet all this time, altough they do publish less obvious lies.

    Source: mdn.mainichi.jp


Quake prediction myth debunked

  • Quake prediction myth debunked

    In it, he brings into question Japan's fascination with quake prediction research, a multibillion-dollar government initiative dating back to the 1970s that forms the basis of the probabilistic maps.

    Of the nine quakes since 1979 that caused 10 or more fatalities, none occurred in areas designated on the maps as high-probability quake zones, he says.

    He also decries the "cavalier approach" to building nuclear power plants on locations that the maps suggest are less at risk from major disasters, despite research data and historical records suggesting otherwise.

    Source: japantimes.co.jp


Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Update for December 23rd –December 26th, 2011

  • Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Update for December 23rd –December 26th, 2011

    (This post is by Christine McCann)

    Here’s the latest of our news bulletins from the ongoing crisis at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

    State of Nuclear Politics in Japan

    A panel investigating the causes of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster has released a 506-page highly critical interim report, saying that Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) and the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) directly contributed to the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Yotaro Hatamura, Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University, chaired the10-person panel of experts; Hatamura is well known for so-called “science of failure,” which examines design flaws and human error. The panel said that communication broke down on numerous levels during the emergency, TEPCO staff was unfamiliar with the workings of their own equipment, and in general, the utility failed to acknowledge or prepare for the possibility of natural disasters.

    Source: greenpeace.org


Genkai No. 4 reactor shut down; only 6 reactors now operating in Japan


UK taxpayers face extra £250m bill for nuclear waste clean-up

  • UK taxpayers face extra £250m bill for nuclear waste clean-up

    Sellafield nuclear power station in Cumbria. The site's mixed-oxide reprocessing plant, which will shut after Japan decided to end its atomic programme, has cost upwards of £1.2bn so far. Photograph: Brian Harris/Rex Features

    The taxpayer will have to stump up almost £250m more to bail out the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority in the next financial year after falling asset sales and rising expenditure cut its income by 17.5%.

    The shortfall is revealed in the NDA's just-published draft business plan for 2012-15, which shows the impact of being unable to offload land to the private sector for new nuclear plants and the end of the contracts to supply Japan with mixed-oxide fuel.

    The setback will give more ammunition to environmentalists and other critics who argue that the wider nuclear industry is infamous for cost overruns and calls on public funds.

    Source: guardian.co.uk


Report Condemns Japan’s Response to Nuclear Accident

  • Report Condemns Japan’s Response to Nuclear Accident

    According to the report, a final version of which is due by mid-2012, the authorities grossly underestimated the risks tsunamis posed to the plant. The charges echoed previous charges made by nuclear critics and acknowledged by the operator of the plant, Tokyo Electric Power.

    Tokyo Electric had assumed that no wave would reach more than about 20 feet. The tsunami hit at more than twice that height.

    webmasters comment:

    There are hardly any msm articles without the red line propaganda thread behind it.

    As is clearly seen here, altough the article is supposedly to have a negative view it actually just pitches the tsunami bs story, completly avoiding the fact, that it was the quake that knocked out the cooling sistems and the emissions started before the tsunami hit.

    Source: nytimes.com


TEPCO to Seek 600 B. Yen in Additional Aid

  • TEPCO to Seek 600 B. Yen in Additional Aid

    Tokyo, Dec. 23 (Jiji Press)--Tokyo Electric Power Co. plans to ask its bailout fund for 600 billion yen in additional financial assistance to prepare for an increase in compensation payments related to its nuclear crisis, sources familiar with the matter said Friday.

    webmasters comment:

    Tepco thinks of people as its "bailout fund". No wonder Ex-SKF reports that 200 police had to come protect Tepco chairman in the recent days. They will soon need them in thousands.

    Source: jen.jiji.com


Japan SDF Troops to Fully Withdraw from Disaster Areas

  • Japan SDF Troops to Fully Withdraw from Disaster Areas

    On Monday, Defense Minister Yasuo Ichikawa ordered the last remaining troops dispatched to help contain the crisis at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant to leave the site at the request of the Fukushima prefectural government. Fukushima is home to the disaster-stricken nuclear plant.

    webmasters comment:

    No one seems to care that the corrupt bastards at Fukushima prefectural government, which allowed Tepco to operate its powerplants without any reasonable safety standards (remember 13 page disaster plan) are now a deciding voice sending troops home. A natural process following the "cold shutdown" of their brains.

    The troops should be send home when every single Fukushima resident would be evacuated out of prefecture and the current Fukushima government along with Tepco excecs put on court-martial. Then their job would be done.

    Source: jen.jiji.com


No direct link between soil radiation and contaminated rice: survey

  • No direct link between soil radiation and contaminated rice: survey

    FUKUSHIMA -- High radiation doses in rice produced here are not necessarily linked to soil radiation levels, and could be linked to a lack of potassium and insufficient cultivation of rice paddies, a joint governmental survey has revealed.

    The survey, conducted by the Fukushima Prefectural Government and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, inspected the conditions of rice paddies in the prefecture where rice was found to surpass the provisional upper limit of 500 becquerels per kilogram.

    webmasters comment:

    This is no science and all fiction. A feeble attempt to justify their actions for claiming Fukushima food is safe.

    According to jap gov shills, it is not that mountains received the highest amount of fallout (that will ofc end up in the valleys) but it is "where rotary tillers are not used, tends to be tainted with higher doses of cesium".

    Also why decontaminate anything... according to this yet another genious product out of Japan Ministries, you can just simply fertilize the soil with some more potassium and voila - safe rice.

    If there ever were people to be put on trial for crimes against humanity japan nuclear village is it.

    Source: mdn.mainichi.jp


Radiation fears spread to forest industry

  • Radiation fears spread to forest industry

    SHIROISHI, Miyagi -- Radiation fears stemming from the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant and radiation monitoring activities are raising concern among people handling trees to grow mushrooms and make charcoal.

    Forest workers are very concerned about any potential fallout from the nuclear crisis because they have to independently monitor radiation before applying to the plant operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO), for compensation, unlike farmers and fishermen who have standing in law.

    webmasters comment:

    They just somehow can't get the fact that EVERYTHING is contaminated. There is no going back after it blows up. There is no decontamination. There is no solution apart from dead zones and evacuations. You can not clean it up, you can not burn it up, you can not make it disapear.

    Source: mdn.mainichi.jp


Christmas Day, 1914

  • Christmas Day, 1914

    Below is a true story, fictionalized, dramatized, and in real first-person account and photograph, as well as set to song. Now, THIS is what I call ending the war on Christmas.

    The Christmas Truce

    By Aaron Shepard

    Printed in Australia’s School Magazine, Apr. 2001

    Christmas Day, 1914

    My dear sister Janet,

    It is 2:00 in the morning and most of our men are asleep in their dugouts—yet I could not sleep myself before writing to you of the wonderful events of Christmas Eve. In truth, what happened seems almost like a fairy tale, and if I hadn’t been through it myself, I would scarce believe it. Just imagine: While you and the family sang carols before the fire there in London, I did the same with enemy soldiers here on the battlefields of France!


    Source: globalresearch.ca


Gundersen thinks melted core will get through containment and hit water (AUDIO)

  • Gundersen thinks melted core will get through containment and hit water (AUDIO)

    Arnold Gundersen with A Fresh Report on Fukushima, If You Love This Planet, A Weekly Radio Program with Dr. Helen Caldicott, Dec. 23, 2011:

    This week, Dr. Caldicott and Arnold Gundersen, a nuclear energy consultant with Fairewinds Associates, have another look at how the Fukushima disaster is affecting Japan, and how the U.S. nuclear industry continues its plans to build new plants in America. [...]

    Source: enenews.com


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