Category: Entertainment

Arnie Gundersen at Fairwinds

I recently sent an email to Arnie in response to his comments on the disposal of nuclear waste materials and the neutralization of plutonium. I also made a point of thanking him for his effort and his balanced attitude in speaking out on the Fukishima situation and other critical issues facing the nuclear industry, so […]

Cell Phones and Microwave Towers

Earth’s new microwave blanket.   Actually this is a view of the background microwaves in our galaxy.  Earth’s microwave blanket might be more intense. “Susan Clarke, a former research consultant to the Harvard School of Public Health, said WiFi emits microwave radiation at the same frequency as that of a microwave oven” Would that be […]

Instantaneous Transformation

For instantaneous transformation to be possible requires space to be non-linear in nature, which fortunately it is. Therefore it is possible to travel from point A to point B without physical motion occurring. In other words you do get from point A to point B, regardless of the perceived distance, without traveling the perceived distance […]

Oil In The Gulf

It’s been a month now and the oil keeps gushing into the Gulf of Mexico with no assurance of a solution in sight. How much oil?  BP says 5,000 barrels a day, but independent estimates range all the way up to 95,000 barrels a day, which is a lot of oil and a whole lot […]

Climate Change

Let’s just cut the crap about controlling the weather and get down to the nitty gritty. The weather on our planet is changing and will continue to change in a most radical manner for the foreseeable future. More rain,  more hail, more wind, cyclones, tornadoes, snow, ice and extreme heat. Like almost everything these days […]

New Energy (the simple approach)

New energy promises many things, not the least of which is a clean and efficient method of producing electricity. Water driven turbines already do exactly that, but water power is not available in many parts of the world or there is insufficient water power to provide for the demand of electricity. Many methods have been […]

Van Allen Belts

Here we have a newspaper article from 61 explaining a bit about the Van Allen Belts. Geiger counters were sent aloft to measure the radiation levels within the belts which at first overwhelmed the instruments. The next Geiger counters sent aloft were shielded in order that they would remain functional. The conclusion was that the […]

A Unified Field (theory)?

A unified field theory is the big cup-cake in physics, a theory of everything. But how does gravity fit into the picture? I have to laugh or at least smile at this one, as gravity is not part of the problem.  Gravity is not itself a force of any kind whatsoever…in fact we could simply […]