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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
America's conscience is responding with strengthening itself against tyranny, while our governmental protectors now practice maneuvers in Miami, and Huston, that desensitize, and hone skills as is observed here.
Interesting times we live...
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A Kalamazoo based operation has a machine that can produce "miles" of material that can clean oil out of water.
Jim Hanson of Marketing Technology Service says his company can produce MILES of material that extracts oil from water, and can be re-used over and over. He has contacted BP and is still waiting for a call back, and has produced a video (Below the fold) which demonstrates on a very small scale how it can work. Hansen says his material is
"light, can be easily transported, and is completely reusable."
The material is made with a process and machinery that can be used to make diapers etc. The Machine is an advanced Product prototype and is in Kalamazoo, Michigan where they are prepared if approached for their solution by BP or other parties interested in their solution. Hanson says
"I don't understand why they don't call. we have offered to Fedex materials to them for testing, as the product is ready, and we can provide it immediately"
The demonstration below Hanson admits is a "little cheesy" but at least shows how the oil is drawn out of the water.
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Over a week ago, the leading climate research institution, the Hadley Climate Research Unit (CRU) was compromised by an email hacker. The hacked emails exposed some of the most nefarious cover-ups in climate research, one of which namely, that the earth has been cooling for the past ten years.
The public has been steadily becoming more skeptical of the idea of global warming, not from arguments from leading skeptics, but from their experience with nature.
So, put another way, if most of the public were told that the climate experts were messing with the numbers to make sure that millions of important people across the globe won't lose money on their investment of green technology, most of the public would say, "figures."
That is what is happening.
But, just for fun, let's think about what would happen if global warming was able to be proved wrong beyond a shadow of a doubt, and that man hasn't the power to change the earth's climate.
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