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QEG Update 2

Thank you for posting and for DOING this!
I don’t fully understand the principal of this device but it appears to require another power source to start, but will then generate power once certain conditions are met.
I have not recently heard updates on Keshe technology for power genrration, or the production stage of the E-cat but it appears with this and a few others we are well into a revolution in how we generate electricity. Anyone who has updates or news on this please feel free to post links in the comments and of course share this update with others.
An end to fracking would be the absolute PERFECT Christmas/Hannukah/Kwanzaa/ Midwinter/Solstice gift for the Earth and humanity wouldn’t it??:-)

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We must surely be on the verge of our Golden Age if I’m writing this update for all to see! We are not afraid of suppression and oppression, although we thank the many souls who are concerned for us (keep holding us in the LIGHT!). We are not in fear or doubt, are not covert in any way (fully transparent except location), and rejoice in our hearts knowing that some of the suffering on the planet will soon be alleviated.

Still on schedule J I’m posting some pics here of the early beginnings. At the same time of the end of our crowdfunding campaign, we were moving but didn’t know where up to 2 days before we needed to be out of the trailer we’d been living in for 3 years. No matter what it looked like in that last week, we held the vision of what we needed: a…

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Transgender Day of Remembrance 2013

Thank you for posting this! I’m sorry to all for posting this a day late but I was too ill most of yesterday and today to keep up with my reading and posting. 2years ago I lost a transgender friend to unnecessary death. Tho her death was not by violence, but rather by the all too common medical practice of ignoring the patient which delayed critical care until it was too late. Her loss still haunts me because it was such a ridiculous waste of a beautiful creative young life, whuch would not have happened had she remained the “he” she was born as. Our societies need to wake up to love and compassion for ALL. I’m pretty sure we can safely leave the judging up to God.

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It’s late, and there is not much left of November 20 as I write this (at least, not where I am writing from), but I could not close down my computer without recognizing this day, which was established in 1999 to commemorate those transgender persons who have been murdered in the past year (I understand it is well over 200 globally this year). Especially, here in Jamaica, I would like us to remember Dwayne Jones, a gender non-conforming teenager who was murdered (chopped and stabbed to death) by a mob on July 22 this year after party-goers discovered he was wearing women’s clothing. Young Dwayne had aspirations to become an entertainer.

So far as I know, we have had no recent updates on the investigation into Dwayne’s tragic death.

Below is a link to a message from the White House in recognition of the day, which notes: “This…

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The manuscript of survival – part 372

Thank you Aisha!

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Let us delve a little bit further into the nature of change, for that is what this process is all about. Change is a part of the natural cycle of All there is, for as you know well by now, there are no constants, as everything is in a constant flux, from one state of being and into another. The variables are many of course, as this process from becoming to being to destruction and back into becoming again comes in all shapes and forms, so what you are going through now, is simply a brand new variation of change, one that mankind is a newcomer to. For the cycle of mankind has been the same literally for eons, and the only variable has been more or less the defined cycle of a lifespan, and the interchange between the different states of consciousness that can be attained. And as you…

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Truthout Daily Digest November 21, 2013

On the Front Lines of Hawaii’s GMO War

Mike Ludwig, Truthout: High demand on the mainland has made biotech corn and other seeds one of Hawaii’s top agricultural commodities. The state has become a flashpoint for the debate and a center of anti-GMO activism.

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Warsaw Climate Talks Go Up in Smoke

Chris Williams, Truthout: As the Conference of the Parties met in Warsaw for the 19th consecutive year of annual climate negotiations, prospects of a meaningful global treaty receded ever farther, while a train filled with activists demonstrated what kind of new world is possible.

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Wage Gap for Women of Color Persists, Fuels Poverty, New Study Finds

Yana Kunichoff, Truthout: A new study by the National Women’s Law Center shows that, in the same full-time jobs as their male counterparts, women earn significantly less per year, while women of color earn less than men of the same race and white women.

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“It Was Like Being an Alien”: Damien Echols of the West Memphis Three Speaks About Healing After Death Row

Candice Bernd, Truthout: Truthout spoke with the Damien Echols of the West Memphis Three during an event at the University of North Texas, which screened a new documentary about the case, West of Memphis, directed by Amy Berg and produced by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh.

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November Days of Drums

Michael Winship, Moyers & Company: “While many will recall the sound of muffled drums as Kennedy’s horse-drawn funeral caisson was moved through the streets of Washington, I’ll remember Friday, 2 p.m., and the echo of drums in a dark and empty school auditorium.”

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Elizabeth Warren on Social Security: “It’s Values, Not Math”

Elizabeth Warren, Campaign for America’s Future: Warren places the debate about Social Security in the context of a broader “retirement crisis” for the American middle class and explains why, “We should be talking about expanding Social Security benefits – not cutting them.”

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Does a 2011 Terrorist Episode Foreshadow the Talibanization of Sindh?

Zulfiqar Shah, Truthout: An investigator into the murder of three Hindus, the first reported episode of religious extremist terrorism in Sindh since Pakistan’s independence, believes rejection of his panel’s report by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan suggests that the security establishment of Pakistan wants to Talibanize Sindh.

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Economic Update: Learning From History

Richard D Wolff, Economic Update/Truthout: Updates on key economic causes of Obamacare difficulties, risks of global deflation, Madrid’s garbage strike, and the $13 billion settlement with J.P. Morgan Chase. Wolff interviews professor Sheila D. Collins on new book about lessons from the New Deal for today‘s crisis and responds to listeners on super PACs and issues of socialism.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: J.P. Morgan Has Agreed to a $13 Billion Settlement With the Justice Department, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: The Justice Department announced that J.P. Morgan has agreed to a $13 billion settlement over the fraudulent sale of mortgage-backed securities; Democratic Sen. Jay Rockefeller is trying to protect the internet; there is a lot of radiation activity today; and more.

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Paul Krugman | The Confidence Fairy and Gnome, Debunked

Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co.: “Maybe I can somewhat package my attempts to debunk the Hellenization of our discourse by pointing out that the scare stories seem to involve invoking a related set of characters, the confidence gnomes.”

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How to Reverse a Slow-Motion Apocalypse: Why the Divestment Movement Against Big Energy Matters

Todd Gitlin, TomDispatch: A movement to forestall the climate crisis must convince many more millions outside Bangladesh or the Pacific islands that what’s “out there” is not remote in time or geographically far away, but remarkably close at hand, already lapping at many shores.

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“Mayor 1%” Rahm Emanuel vs. The 99%

Jaisal Noor, The Real News Network: Jaisal Noor speaks with Chicago journalist Kari Lydersen. She wrote Mayor 1% to explore what Rahm Emanuel’s leadership means for Chicago, including the way he has galvanized the city labor movement and fueled a debate about economic priorities.

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Revolving Door Sham: J.P. Morgan CFO Admits $7 Billion of DOJ Settlement Is Tax-Deductible

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: J.P. Morgan Chase gets a $13 billion fine from the Department of Justice, but no one is being charged with a crime. Also, the fine is dramatically diminished by a likely tax cut and a multi-billion payment to Chase from the FDIC.

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Eugene Robinson | Harry Goes Nuclear: Enough of GOP Obstruction

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When We Lose Antibiotics, Here’s Everything Else We’ll Lose, Too

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Why the Hawaii Legislature Should Reprimand or Censure Rep. Tom Brower for his Sledgehammer Attacks Against the Homeless

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Sleepwalking to Extinction

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An Economic Cancer: The Top 1% Earns More Than the Bottom 50 Percent

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Most of NSA’s Data Collection Authorized by Order Ronald Reagan Issued

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Support Grows in House To Save Food Stamps by Killing Farm Bill

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