Saturday, February 18, 2006

Radio Shack to close 700 stores - end of HDR?

Radio Shack will close up to 700 stores.

Things are real bad at our fave electronics parts store. It appears the CEO lied about profits.
CEO David Edmondson also gfalsely claimed that he had received degrees in both theology and psychology from Pacific Coast Baptist College in California, but new evidence shows this is a lie. Perhaps Dave should klnow that God does not let liars into heaven.
Gary Balter, analyst at Credit Suisse, wrote that the results "point to a company in a virtual state of collapse". Profits have tumbled 62%.

In a jump to the future I saw Radio Shack close down and Steven Gibbs was unable to get parts to make the Hyper Dimensional Resonator.
I called Steven Gibbs up and told him to stock up on parts, but he said he could get parts from Digikey or other suppliers. Still the 15K resistor from Digikey does not work as well because it is 14.669K versus 14.774K for the Radio Shack 15K resistor. This could have the HDR generate a different frequency or other problems with the scalar waves.

I will keep you posted about more problems in the future.

Friday, February 17, 2006

Chica Bruce wrote about an alternate timeline called Montauk Prime

Alexandra Chica Bruce has written about the Montauk Project in which Al Beilek did time travel to the future, as well as alternate timelines like Montauk Prime and America Prime.

Most of my information about Chica Bruce and Montauk Prime comes from a book called "Philadelphia Experiment Murder" written by Chica Bruce where she talks about alternate timelines and how they releate to time travel.

More info

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Paranormal Newtwork Time Travel Forum is down

Sadly, the time travel forum in paranormal network is down and will stay down for several days. If somebody needs to ask me questions about Steven Gibbs HDR they can contact me as my own place the hdrkid time travel forum on or send me an email to HDRremoveKID[at]HOTremoveMAIL.COM

Monday, February 13, 2006

Economic future of the US

As many of you know, I went on a trip to Europe this year. What I saw were two different economic models and I wonder which one the US will follow.

In Switzerland the economy was geared toward high end manufacturing (watches) and high tech products (pharma). The government was working on building infrastructure for new technologies such as CERN.

Meanwhile in Spain the emphasis was to depend on tourism to generate jobs. The economic engine was based on building lots of hotels so rich Germans could spend cold winters on warm Spanish beaches.

The problem with this approach is that it creates many low paying minimum wage jobs that are at best seasonal. Jobs such as hotel registration are outsourced to India. In fact, many of the accounting jobs are subject to offshore outsourcing.

What is Spain left with? Mainly cleaning the floors.

People do not have to go to college to change bed sheets, so the jobs pay very little. In Spain I saw a lot of scooters as many teens cannot afford cars. No houses, but tiny little apartments.

Could this be our future?