Sunday, August 31, 2008

Oil rises on fear

Fear of Gustav doing damage sent oil going up. The price is rapidly rising as 98% of the production of gulf crude oil is shut down. This is having an impact on the world economy. I predict that stocks will open lower.

Gustav coming on shore

Well, our first outer feeder bands of Hurricane Gustav are quickly moving over New Orleans. Hopefully, the Levees will hold. Latest reports say the storm surge is less than expected. The Florida Panhadle and Texas got lucky this time, but the storm will hit Louisiana head on.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Hurricane to hit Gulf

Hurricane Gustaf will soon hit the gulf like a monster. Expect trouble with a big "T".

Friday, August 29, 2008

McCain Picks Palin

NcCain stole the show with Palin. She is a new leader who fight corruption and have five children, one of who is in Iraq. With an approval rating of ninety percent a true trooper.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Who will McCain pick?

The choice of VP could make sway our election, but who will he select for vice?

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Housing crisis from bad to worse

The FDIC is now force to borrow from the treasury due to bank failures. Construction is at the lowest level in 17 years and the recession goes deeper. It truly is turning into a major disaster.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Microsoft adds privacy mode to Internet Explorer 8

In the latest news microsoft adds private mode to ie8 so that it clear out your history. This because many people fear that other might snoop on them. I can imagine that certain site may not be too nice.

Monday, August 25, 2008

How to create a wind turbine

This video explain how to build your own simple wind turbine. This energy could power the future and make the world tomorrow a better greener place. The parts are easy to obtain and assemble.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Electrogravitics research by Bob Lazar

Bob Lazar talks about some new projects that are working on cutting edge technology. This deals with electrogravitics an extension of Project Galileo. Most of this technology was developed in the 1980's, but never commercialized. Perhaps, an attempt to make this technology available to the masses will be attempted now.

The initial research Dr. Townsend Brown dealt with high voltage used to neutralize gravity. Most of this research is now very hush. There is some work on lifters that people know about, but using this technology would make air transport much faster and economical.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Radiation used to treat food

Irradiated lettuce will be allowed on your grocery store shelf. FDA says Ok to use radiation.
This is bad news. I did warn people that this might happen in the future.

Food is altered by radiation and rendered into a toxic product. Do not eat radiated food as it is not safe. We know so little, remember when they said DDT was safe?

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Student makes windmill out of rubbish

They say Don Quixote was tilting at windmills, but a student inventor has created a wind turbine out of scrap metal. He says he can build this device in less than a day for about twenty pounds. This is great news for poor countries as they can now join in the green revolution.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Electric cars will roll

Shai Agassi has a plan to put electric cars on the road. He wants to create a network of charging stations much like the cellular telephone network we have now, except it will be for charging up the electric cars.

The plan is max ambitious, but so is Shai. He used to be head of product development at SAP, but quit to create a network for electric cars. He believes that wind power could supply the electricity to make this dream a reality. The road ahead is bright indeed.

Monday, August 18, 2008

HDRusers social network

HDRKID has create a the brand new HDRusers social network for users of Steven Gibbs HDR. Hope you will join the new exciting group so we can all talk about the HDR. Things are really shaping up with the purchase of a brand new HDR and an HD video camera. This year is going to be very exciting with the new unit that I just got. HDRKID plans to do more radionics experiments with Steven Gibbs HDR.

Rat brain powers robot

The disembodied brain in a jar is one of the staples of science fiction. Well, now it is real. An actual robot is able to navigate its course using a mass of rat brain cells connected to electronics.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Warp Drive?

Scientist say that Star Trek's warp drive is physically possible. It is hard to imagine how you move by folding space but that is what a warp drive does. In fact, you do not really move, but space moves around your ship and you simple stay put while the area around you is folding up.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Is our ocean turning into a dead zone?

The mighty ocean seems so vast that nothing could destroy it and yet pollution is causing the appearance of numerous oceanic deserts where there is no life. A dead zone the size of mass near Texas is now twice as big as twenty years ago. However, the people is world wide, in the Baltic sea fish are dying due to lack of oxygen. People see that the sea is dying.

Pollution is the problem. The amount of nitrogen runoff did increase and now we face algae blooms that cause mats of green scum to sink to the bottom, rot and consume our oxygen. In the pacific ocean there is so much trash that the pacific gyre is called an oceanfill. That is a landfill, not on land but in the ocean itself.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Physicists are spooked FTL information transfer

An experiment in swiss proved that faster than light transfer of information is possible. This means that very nature of our reality may be different than we think. Quantum weirdness spooks physicists that study particles. The very laws of the universe seems to break down when we study the very small or the very large.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Chinese Olympics Fraud

Bring back Milli Vanilli because they could star in the Chinese Olympics. The little girl was lip synching to a song. It was a fake!

Monday, August 11, 2008

Big Bank in trouble

One of the largest US banks, Wachovia just lost 9.11 billion dollars and annouced 600 more job cuts. They are in trouble because of the mortgage meltdown. People cannot pay their bills and Wachovia is stuck. The bank may be force to raise additional capital to meet federal requirements.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Banks in trouble

The drop in oil prices did cause the stock market to rally, but there is a black cloud on the horizon. The war in georgia could threaten vital oil supplies from the caspian sea, and it could spread to other areas. Expect gold prices to rise as people panic.

Much like in the 1930's a financial collapse of banks could trigger a world wide depression that would destroy the DOW and close most buisinesses. Get ready to DOWsize your market portfolio.

Saturday, August 09, 2008

russian invasion of georgia

A sad day today as the angry russian bear attacks the small country of georgia. Today we hear that russia refused a ceasefire plea by the UN and georgia. As we speak the war is ongoing and thousands of civilians are dead. I fear these wars will widen and become global in nature.

Thursday, August 07, 2008

How to save $30,000 - make the world a better place

Learn to drive a stick shift car. You improve fuel efficiency by about 4 mpg as well as save money because:

1) Manual transmission cars cost less to buy.
2) Stick shift breaks less and costs less to repair.
3) Your breaks wear out less quickly.
4) Less heavy so less damage to roads.
5) Easy to sell in today's energy dependent world.

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Ten energy efficient euro cars you cannot buy in america

There are many models of cars that are not sold in america like the 50 mpg ford fiesta that is small but sporty. These euro cars that are mpg friendly cannot be sold in america for many different reasons. It is wise to see what other countries have. Europe has been on a small car mindset for time now, and they understand how to make small cars.

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

BREAKING iran threatens to close persian gulf

Today the People's Islamic Republic of Iran gave threat to close the Persian Gulf to oil tankers. This could send the price of petroleum products soaring as most of the Saudi oil goes through the Straights of Hormus. This is a most unfortunate development as it will cause much hardship.

Here is hoping that cooler heads will prevail and this issue can be resolved in a diplomatic fashion. Perhaps we should begin to stockpile supplies now.

Monday, August 04, 2008

Life on Mars?

The whole internet is abuzz with speculation about what the Martian Phoenix probe found. Some say that the cyberspace buzz about Mars life is all hype and no hope. Still, I feel that finding life on Mars would be an "earth" changing event. Think about it, even if all they find is a bacteria it would be the first alien life form.

Sunday, August 03, 2008

Are Electric cars the answer?

Electric cars and solar electricity can help us become free. Right now we depend on unstable regimes in the middle east for our oil. Countries like iran that hate the US are getting our money, but with electric cars and solar we can change the future.

A Tiny Solution to High Gas Prices
A Tiny Solution to High Gas Prices

Friday, August 01, 2008

Walmart worries about Obama win

The retail giant Walmart worries that Obama will win in Nov and help sign a pro union bill to help workers. The problem is that Walmart is now trying to make few workers do the job and forces people to slave for hours.

I predict that as the recession gets worse we will see more strikes and disruption much like we saw in the Great Depression of the 1930s and this will cause trouble. Prepare for the hard times of the future.