A Look At Freedom's Currents

A Look At Freedom's Currents
Each time a person stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others. . .they send forth a ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance." Robert F. Kennedy

21st Century's Priority One

1) Implementation of: The Promise of New Energy Systems & Beyond Oil ___________________________________________ #1 Disolves the Problem of the ill designed "Corporism: The Systemic Disease that Destroys Civilization." through simple scientific common sense ___________________________________________ _________ Using grade school physics of both Newtonian and Nuclear models, does anyone foresee counter currents of sufficient size to minimize/change direction of the huge Tsunami roaring down on us, taking away not only our Freedom, but our Lives? Regardless if our salaries are dependant on us not knowing the inconvenient truths of reality (global warming, corporate rule, stagnant energy science) portrayed by the rare articles in the news media? I know only one - a free science, our window to Reality - that easily resolves the Foundational Problem of Quantum Physics and takes E=MC2 out of Kindergarten

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Occupy Wall Street turns into Occupy Earth

Putting it all together:

The Evolutionary Energy Stalemate and Stagnation, Coupled with Ill Designed Economic and Corporate Models (Occupy Wall Street’s “Corporate Greed” Terminology), Are Threatening Life on This Planet. The Survival of Life is not factored in the “Bottom Line”.

The old economy of greed and dominion is dying. A new economy of life and partnership is struggling to be born. The Outcome is ours to choose – David Korten

Fission and fusion accompanied with deadly radiation are NOT the only means to access "nuclear energy" as previous posts have pointed to.
Recent Progress:
Amazing video shows quantum levitation/ quantum locking in action http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Ws6AAhTw7RA
LENR - Low Energy Nuclear Reactions E-Cat test: One-half a megawatt — self-sustained. by Ruby Carat  http://coldfusionnow.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/e-cat-test-one-half-a-megawatt-self-sustained/

The Promise of Energy For Everyone

A theme from a previous administration taken up by Freedom Times:

“To Root Out All Evil; To Promote Infinite Justice; To Promote Enduring Freedom; To Uphold the Dream of the United States Constitution”

So, ………….if the evil root out wasn’t Weapons of Mass Donkeys wanting to destroy our country and make 14 mil American children hungry…………………………………………?

CBO: Top 1% getting exponentially richer - Congressional Budget Office confirms http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-20125589/cbo-top-1-getting-exponentially-richer/?tag=stack


What Fox won't show you  by Peter Koechley, MoveOn.org   Civic Action [moveon-help@list.moveon.org ] Occupy Wall Street is Fox News' worst nightmare, so they're doing everything they can to downplay this movement and distort its message. It's up to people like us to tell the real story. This amazingly powerful video—featuring Elizabeth Warren, no less—does exactly that. It's a must-see for everyone in America who's got any questions about what #OWS is really all about. Check it out, and share it with your friends on Facebook today. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wK1MOMKZ8BI

Without a return to natural Science and curiosity, revealing common sense evolutionary energy stages beyond oil, with their tenacious bond to life’s sustainable progress, humanities course will not change from the current inevitable direction of Resource Wars and Dieoff.

Occupy Wall Street turns into Occupy Earth October 27, 2011 10:30 AM By Chip Ward http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-215_162-20126423/occupy-wall-street-turns-into-occupy-earth/?tag=mncol;lst;6  (TomDispatch)

What if rising sea levels are yet another measure of inequality? What if the degradation of our planet's life-support systems -- its atmosphere, oceans, and biosphere -- goes hand in hand with the accumulation of wealth, power, and control by that corrupt and greedy 1% we are hearing about from Zuccotti Park? What if the assault on America's middle class and the assault on the environment are one and the same?

Money rules:

It's not hard for me to understand how environmental quality and economic inequality came to be joined at the hip. In all my years as a grassroots organizer dealing with the tragic impact of degraded environments on public health, it was always the same: someone got rich and someone got sick.

 In the struggles that I was involved in to curb polluters and safeguard public health, those who wanted curbs, accountability, and precautions were always outspent several times over by those who wanted no restrictions on their effluents. We dug into our own pockets for postage money, they had expense accounts. We made flyers to slip under the windshield wipers of parked cars, they bought ads on television. We took time off from jobs to visit legislators, only to discover that they had gone to lunch with fulltime lobbyists.

Naturally, the barons of the chemical and nuclear industries don't live next to the radioactive or toxic-waste dumps that their corporations create; on the other hand, impoverished black and brown people often do live near such ecological sacrifice zones because they can't afford better. Similarly, the gated communities of the hyper-wealthy are not built next to cesspool rivers or skylines filled with fuming smokestacks, but the slums of the planet are. Don't think, though, that it's just a matter of property values or scenery. It's about health, about whether your kids have lead or dioxins running through their veins. It's a simple formula, in fact: wealth disparities become health disparities.

And here's another formula: when there's money to be made, both workers and the environment are expendable. Just as jobs migrate if labor can be had cheaper overseas, I know workers who were tossed aside when they became ill from the foul air or poisonous chemicals they encountered on the job.

The fact is: we won't free ourselves from a dysfunctional and unfair economic order until we begin to see ourselves as communities, not commodities. That is one clear message from Zuccotti Park.

Polluters routinely walk away from the ground they poison and expect taxpayers to clean up after them. By "externalizing" such costs, profits are increased. Examples of land abuse and abandonment are too legion to list, but most of us can refer to a familiar "superfund site" in our own backyard. Clearly, Mother Nature is among the disenfranchised, exploited, and struggling.

Democracy 101:

The 99% pay for wealth disparity with lost jobs, foreclosed homes, weakening pensions, and slashed services, but Nature pays, too. In the world the one-percenters have created, the needs of whole ecosystems are as easy to disregard as, say, the need the young have for debt-free educations and meaningful jobs.

Extreme disparity and deep inequality generate a double standard with profound consequences. If you are a CEO who skims millions of dollars off other people's labor, it's called a "bonus." If you are a flood victim who breaks into a sporting goods store to grab a lifejacket, it's called looting. If you lose your job and fall behind on your mortgage, you get evicted. If you are a banker-broker who designed flawed mortgages that caused a million people to lose their homes, you get a second-home vacation-mansion near a golf course.

If you drag heavy fishnets across the ocean floor and pulverize an entire ecosystem, ending thousands of years of dynamic evolution and depriving future generations of a healthy ocean, it's called free enterprise. But if, like Tim DeChristopher, you disrupt an auction of public land to oil and gas companies, it's called a crime and you get two years in jail.

In campaigns to make polluting corporations accountable, my Utah neighbors and I learned this simple truth: decisions about what to allow into the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat are soon enough translated into flesh and blood, bone and nerve, and daily experience. So it's crucial that those decisions, involving environmental quality and public health, are made openly, inclusively, and accountably. That's Democracy 101.

The corporations that shred habitat and contaminate your air and water are anything but democratic. Stand in line to get your 30 seconds in front of a microphone at a public hearing about the siting of a nuclear power plant, the effluent from a factory farm, or the removal of a mountaintop and you'll get the picture quickly enough: the corporations that profit from such ecological destruction are distant, arrogant, secretive, and unresponsive. The 1% are willing to spend billions impeding democratic initiatives, which is why every so-called environmental issue is also about building a democratic culture.

First kill the EPA, then Social Security:

Beyond all the rhetoric about freedom from the new stars of the Republican Party, the strategy is simple enough: obstruct and misinform, then blame the resulting dysfunction on "government." It's a great scam. Tell the voters that government doesn't work and then, when elected, prove it. And first on the list of government outfits they want to sideline or kill is the Environmental Protection Agency, so they can do away with the already flimsy wall of regulation that stands between their toxins and your bloodstream.

Poll after poll shows that citizens understand the need for environmental rules and safeguards. Mercury is never put into the bloodstreams of nursing mothers by consensus, nor are watersheds fracked until they are flammable by popular demand. But the free market ideologues of the Republican Party are united in opposition to any rule or standard that impedes the "magic" of the marketplace and unchecked capital.

The same bottom-line quarterly-report fixation on profitability that accepts oil spills as inevitable also accepts unemployment as inevitable. Tearing apart wildlife habitat to make a profit and doing the same at a workplace are just considered the price of doing business. Clearcutting a forest and clearcutting a labor force are two sides of the same coin.

Beware of growth:

Getting the economy growing has been the refrain of the Obama administration and the justification for every bad deal, budget cut, and unbalanced compromise it's made. The desperate effort to grow the economy to solve our economic woes is what keeps Timothy Geithner at the helm of the Treasury and is what stalls the regulation of greenhouse gasses. It's why we are told we must sacrifice environmental quality for pipelines and why young men and women are sacrificed to protect access to oil, the lubricant for an acquisitive economic engine. The financial empire of the one percenters and the political order it has shaped are predicated on easy and relentless growth. How, we are asked, will there be enough for everyone if we don't keep growing?

The fundamental contradiction of our time is this: we have built an all-encompassing economic engine that requires unending growth. A contraction of even a percent or two is a crisis, and yet we are embedded in ecosystems that are reaching or have reached their limits. This isn't complicated: There's only so much fertile soil or fresh water available, only so many fish in the ocean, only so much CO2 the planet can absorb and remain habitable.

Yes, you can get around this contradiction for a while by exploiting your neighbor's habitat, using technological advances to extend your natural resources, and stealing from the future -- that is, using up soil, minerals, and water your grandchildren (someday to be part of that same 99%) will need. But the limits to those familiar and, in the past, largely successful strategies are becoming more evident all the time.

At some point, we'll discover that you can't exist for long beyond the boundaries of the natural world, that (as with every other species) if you overload the carrying capacity of your habitat, you crash. Warming temperatures, chaotic weather patterns, extreme storms, monster wildfires, epic droughts, Biblical floods, an avalanche of species extinction... that collapse is upon us now. In the human realm, it translates into hunger and violence, mass migrations and civil strife, failed states and resource wars.

Like so much else these days, the crash, as it happens, will not be suffered in equal measure by all of us. The one percenters will be atop the hill, while the 99% will be in the flood lands below swimming for their lives, clinging to debris, or drowning. The Great Recession has previewed just how that will work.

An unsustainable economy is inherently unfair, and worse is to come. After all, the car is heading for the cliff's edge, the grandkids are in the backseat, and all we're arguing about is who can best put the pedal to the metal.

Occupy Earth:

Give credit where it's due: it's been the genius of the protesters in Zuccotti Park to shift public discourse to whether the distribution of economic burdens and rewards is just and whether the economic system makes us whole or reduces and divides us. It's hard to imagine how we'll address our converging ecological crises without first addressing the way accumulating wealth and power has captured the political system. As long as Washington is dominated and intimidated by giant oil companies, Wall Street speculators, and corporations that can buy influence and even write the rules that make buying influence possible, there's no meaningful way to deal with our economy's addiction to fossil fuels and its dire consequences.

Nature's 99% is an amazingly diverse community of species. They feed and share and recycle within a web of relationships so dynamic and complex that we have yet to fathom how it all fits together. What we have excelled at so far is breaking things down into their parts and then reassembling them; that, after all, is how a barrel of crude oil becomes rocket fuel or a lawn chair.

When it comes to the more chaotic, less linear features of life like climate, ecosystems, immune systems, or fetal development, we are only beginning to understand thresholds and feedback loops, the way the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts. But we at least know that the parts matter deeply and that, before we even fully understand them, we're losing them at an accelerating rate. Forests are dying, fisheries are going, extinction is on steroids.

Degrading the planet's operating systems to bolster the bottom line is foolish and reckless. It hurts us all. No less important, it's unfair. The 1% profit, while the rest of us cough and cope.

After Occupy Wall Street, isn't it time for Occupy Earth?

Chip Ward co-founded and led Families Against Incinerator Risk and HEAL Utah. A TomDispatch regular, he wrote about campaigns to make polluters accountable in Canaries on the Rim: Living Downwind in the West and about visionary conservationists in Hope's Horizon: Three Visions for Healing the American Land. This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Video: Quantum Levitation / Quantum Locking in Action

posted with permission from Evolution, Intelligent Design & Survival blog
Superconductivity and Magnetism Manifest Quantum Levitation, Quantum  Locking
Keep the following points in mind as you view quantum locking. Energy differentials are key. Manipulating electro gravitic fields manifest far greater possibilities.

The quantity C: the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter is the measure of the radius of curvature of natural law. It is the factor which will enable us to determine precisely the degree of change in the curvature of one law which will be brought about by a specified change in the application of the others. It is the factor which will eventually tell us how to place our transport vehicles in either the positive or negative portion of the gravitational curve with respect to the earth or any other planet which we may choose to visit.

Modulating the Gravitational Curve: The electric charges within the atom are a factor which modulates the shape of the gravitational curve of the nucleus. The shape of the gravitational curve is modified not only by the mass present but also by the number and position of the electrical charges, referring not only to the charges in the outer shell of the atom but to those within as well, and especially to the fact, not always realized, that the neutron possesses both a positive and a negative charge, although when united within the neutron they are not discernible as charges, but exist as energy which produces the gravitational field.

Magnetic and Electronic Resonance: Any magnetic field which is changing in intensity will create an electric field, which, at any given instant is equal in amplitude, opposite in sign, and perpendicular to the magnetic field. If the two fields become mutually resonant, a vector force will be generated. The effect is similar to, and in fact identical with a gravitational field.

Force and Gravity: a symmetry exists between force and gravity – as a changing magnetic field induces an electric field, a changing momentum (a force) induces a gravitational field – unbalanced forces localize the zero point energy of matter

Field: The electric, magnetic, and gravitational fields are simply special case manifestations of the field principle, and all three result from the division of energy into its two component parts

Energy differentials are key. One way Superconductivity and magnetism manifest quantum locking is with supercooling.  Video shows quantum levitation/ quantum locking in action


This video demonstration of the phenomenon known as 'quantum locking', which shows a supercooled disc levitating and spinning above a metal track, has taken the web by storm. In the video a scientist from Tel Aviv University is able to suspend a supercooled disc in mid-air, spin and rotate it, and even send it spinning around a track.

The Physics behind…… We start with a single crystal sapphire wafer and coat it with a thin (~1µm thick) ceramic material called yttrium barium copper oxide (YBa2Cu3O7-x ). The ceramic layer has no interesting magnetic or electrical properties at room temperature. However, when cooled below -185ºC (-301ºF) the material becomes a superconductor. It conducts electricity without resistance, with no energy loss. Zero

Tel-Aviv University demos quantum superconductors locked in a magnetic field (www.quantumlevitation.com ). For an explanation of the physics behind this demonstration, visit www.quantumlevitation.com/levitation/The_physics.html

Video courtesy of the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC), representing the science center and museum field worldwide. To learn more, visit http://www.astc.org/  . Follow us on Twitter: @ScienceCenters.

With unlimited future possibilities available since the late 1940s, we must gasp in awe why people are choosing and accepting current status signified below......in these extraordinary evolutionary times

Friday, October 14, 2011

Evolutionary Energy Access vs Dieoff

Evolutionary Energy Access vs Dieoff
In the infamous Milgram Experiment, Stanley Milgram presented plausible cause how a people/nation could willingly commit and support such devastating atrocities as they followed the Voice of Authority in a mob-like trance.

So too, our energy concept and the E=MC2 energy equation continues to stagnant for over 100 years, against all odds and common sense.

The people's belief remains firmly entrenched in the authority of their Master’s proclamation that fission and fusion accompanied with deadly radiation are the only means to access "nuclear energy".

As long as that authoritative proclamation remains unchallenged, upgrading our lifestyle toward unlimited possibilities lies dead in the water, with “Die-Off” becoming the popular consensus among the scientific predictors of our future.

Until the Energy question is resolved, the following continues to foretell our future:

Corporism: The Systemic Disease that Destroys Civilization. By Ken Reiner 05/09/03:”I view the continuing growth of corporate power and its despotic control of governments throughout the world, including our own, as a socio-economic disease. While Mussolini and others named it "Fascism," I call it "Corporism" because that name better reveals its underlying institutional structure. I would define Corporism as the domination of government and society by the emergence and power of the giant publicly-traded multinational corporations and financial institutions, organized in totalitarian hierarchies, which singly and in combinations buy or destroy their competitors, corrupt the politics of nations, and seize, hoard, and wield for themselves most of the wealth of the human race.” Revisiting the duel concept of POWER

October 14, 2011 7:38 AM The streets versus Wall Street http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/10/14/opinion/main20120300.shtml?tag=cbsnewsSectionContent.13   The Streets of Torment  Peering back at a largely forgotten terrain of struggle against "the Street," so full of sound and fury signifying quite a lot, it's astonishing -- to a historian of Wall Street, at least -- that the present movement didn't happen sooner.  It's already hard to remember that only weeks ago, three years into the near shutdown of the world financial system and the Great Recession, an eerie unprotesting silence still blanketed the country.  Stories accumulated of Wall Street greed and arrogance, astonishing tales of incompetence and larceny.  The economy slowed and stalled.  People lost their homes and jobs. Poverty reached record levels.  The political system proved as bankrupt as the big banks.  Bipartisan consensus emerged -- but only around the effort to save "too big to fail" financial goliaths, not the legions of victims their financial wilding had left in its wake. …….”

Sunday, October 02, 2011

5 Big Benefits Cold Fusion and Evolutionary New Energy Systems could bring

……and it all began with “can it be metered” a statement by JP (Morgan) to Tesla.
Continued Energy & Economic strangulation is not recommended. To dance to the tune of true freedom, we will need to open the gates to "unmetered" energy evolution. Energy, like air, should be free as demo'd in the '40's. (hopefully air stays 'unprivatized" - imagine owning air, with current market methods, the greater the need, the higher you jack up the price - Al Capone at his best).

As the science of "What's Real", especially in energy stagnates, the escape to trivia mushrooms, and the "rise and fall" cycle of civilizations follow close behind – like a broken record without intelligence Repeat Repeat Repeat Repeat…..

How many billions worldwide, now dead by starvation, poverty, disease, malnutrition, water shortage, no medical, lack of sanitation since the late 40’s, when cheap, almost free, and unlimited energy systems became available ……..and still continuing in the age of 21st century science marvels?

While 98% of the working population’s major outcome is Debt, and the 2% take all the glory and profit. Throughout history, philosophies and religions shared their thoughts and wisdom about Greed. How in a nation of 21st Century science and education, did Greed become so glamorous and touted in the business community?

5 Big Benefits Cold Fusion and Evolutionary New Energy Systems could bring

It is all about "light".  The quantity C is actually the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter - a survival concept opening the doors to infinite energy possibilities. The cold fusion video is only the first tiny step toward the horizon of infinite opportunities as we drop 'flat earth' beliefs in in our energy science models.

The Promise of Energy for Everyone A Power Point Introductory Presentation http://www.relaxspa.net/TheRadiusOfCurvature12-28-10PPShow2003.pps

Wall Street protests CBS News

Wall Street protests spread to other cities
Protesters around the world have something in common: wariness, even contempt, toward traditional politicians and the democratic political process they preside over

October 2, 2011 7:31 AM
700 arrested at Brooklyn Bridge protest

#OccupyTogether: The Best Among Us
by Chris Hedges

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There are no excuses left. Either you join the revolt taking place on Wall Street and in the financial districts of other cities across the country or you stand on the wrong side of history. Either you obstruct, in the only form left to us, which is civil disobedience, the plundering by the criminal class on Wall Street and accelerated destruction of the ecosystem that sustains the human species, or become the passive enabler of a monstrous evil. Either you taste, feel and smell the intoxication of freedom and revolt or sink into the miasma of despair and apathy. Either you are a rebel or a slave.
To be declared innocent in a country where the rule of law means nothing, where we have undergone a corporate coup, where the poor and working men and women are reduced to joblessness and hunger, where war, financial speculation and internal surveillance are the only real business of the state, where even habeas corpus no longer exists, where you, as a citizen, are nothing more than a commodity to corporate systems of power, one to be used and discarded, is to be complicit in this radical evil. To stand on the sidelines and say “I am innocent” is to bear the mark of Cain; it is to do nothing to reach out and help the weak, the oppressed and the suffering
We are the 99%