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Daily Digest 10/7 - Rich People Just Care Less, A World Of Water

Monday, October 7, 2013, 9:58 AM


Gold Befuddles Bernanke as Central Banks’ Losses at $545 Billion (pinecarr)

As policy makers were buying, investors were losing faith in the metal as a store of value. The value of exchange-traded products dropped by $60.4 billion, or 43 percent, this year, saddling hedge fund manager John Paulson with losses, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Billionaire investor George Soros sold his holdings in the biggest gold-backed ETP this year and mining companies wrote down the values of their assets by at least $26 billion.

Gold And The Real Change To Watch For (pinecarr)

Have you ever noticed, for example, that investors are often only interested in buying some stock or asset when its price is going up?

Heating oil suppliers say they will not start delivering fuel next week (Alan W.)

The Federation of Fuel Service Station Dealers (OBE) said that consumers still do not know how much they will pay for heating oil and who will qualify for fuel benefits.

Rich People Just Care Less (westcoastjan)

A growing body of recent research shows that people with the most social power pay scant attention to those with little such power. This tuning out has been observed, for instance, with strangers in a mere five-minute get-acquainted session, where the more powerful person shows fewer signals of paying attention, like nodding or laughing. Higher-status people are also more likely to express disregard, through facial expressions, and are more likely to take over the conversation and interrupt or look past the other speaker.

On Russia's controversial Arctic oil rig Prirazlomnaya (westcoastjan)

Gazprom, the Russian state-owned company which operates the rig, says that this base is so heavy that it cannot be moved, even by thick ice. The company insists that drilling here is no different just because it is in the Arctic. It says there are many rigs - off Sakhalin Island in the far east for example - which have to cope with frozen seas.

US Fracking Industry has Used 250 Billion Gallons of Water Since 2005 (James B.)

The exact damage that fracking causes to the environment, both air and water, has not yet been calculated, but “even the limited data that is currently available, however, paints an increasingly clear picture of the damage that fracking has done to our environment and health.”

A World Of Water (westcoastjan)

Photographer Edward Burtysnky has made a career out of documenting the resources that define our planet, and the way industry has scarred the landscape, most famously in the series Oil, which looked at how our use of the substance has transformed – and often disfigured – the environment.

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If the U.S. defaults, benchmark rates could drop: J.P.Morgan

If the U.S. defaults, benchmark rates could drop: J.P.Morgan


...and they called these guys "crazy"?



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Social Security issues debt-ceiling warning

Social Security issues debt-ceiling warning

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Water - not just water.

The fourth phase of water by Gerald Pollack.


Your body consists of over 99 percent water molecules, but the water in your cells is not regular water, but highly structured water with special properties.
There is a fourth phase of water, not H2O but H3O2, and can be called living water. It’s more viscous, dense, and alkaline than regular water; has a negative charge, and can hold energy, much like a battery, and deliver energy too.
The key ingredient to create this highly structured water is light, i.e. electromagnetic energy, whether in the form of visible light, or infrared wavelengths, which we’re surrounded by all the time.



Viktor Schauberger.


Viktor's research centred on the influence of temperature on the movement and energy of water. He published papers on his research in specialist magazines like Implosion, Mensch und Technik, and Tau magazines. In 1933 he published a book Our Senseless Toil – The Source of the World Crisis (Unsere Sinnlose Arbeit), a criticism of contemporary ideas of science and technology. He prophesied the eventual collapse of our civilisation due to its arrogant and destructive attempts to control Nature, and its inability to understand how all of life is interconnected and interdependent.

Viktor's ingenuity as an engineer and inventor enabled him to develop appliances to harness Nature’s powerful energies with no input from outside sources of power. He wanted to release humanity from its slavery to centralised and wasteful power sources by providing domestic turbines and environmental and water conditioners.

His efforts captured the attention of the Nazi authorities and he was forced to develop powerful turbines for the Third Reich's war effort using skilled concentration camp labour. He hated this, and after the war tried to pursue his interest in Earth healing and Nature-friendly agricultural methods. However American intelligence confiscated many of Schauberger's research papers and his then current prototypes in 1945. In 1958 US commercial R & D interests invited the Schaubergers to America to learn about his research on implosion techniques. Viktor naïvely thought that the Americans would be good partners to help advance his research programme. When Viktor discovered that they wanted only to milk him of his ideas, possibly for machines of war, he refused to cooperate and was eventually allowed to go home, having signed away all his rights. He died of a broken heart shortly afterwards.


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Your Tax Dollar going to the Vatican.

I thought you might be interested in this expose'.

The girls step up to the plate. Good on you girls.


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