Science + Government + Commerce + Religion
Science + Government + Commerce + Religion
Secrets of Ancient Japan Informs Modern Japanese Technology
The Science of Melanin*
By Dr. Karl Maret
Bangladesh Delivers Energy Free Air Conditioning*
In a lot of places around the world people don’t have access to some of the luxuries we take for granted: electricity, internet, running water, or even regular supplies of food and clean water. Add to that the unbearable heat of summer temperatures in places like India and half the population is out of commission for most the afternoon. But their situation is not without hope!
More than 28,000 people live in a tiny area called Daulatdia in Bangladesh. They are cramped in small huts with no running water and temperatures outside and inside can rise above 113º F.
Something had to be done, so they’ve come up with the first electricity-free air conditioning.
It’s made of one piece of sturdy cardboard and a series of recycled plastic bottles. The bottoms and necks of the bottles are cut away and then stuck into a series of holes cut into the board.
Once all of the bottles are in place, the board is placed in front of a door or window. The cooling effects are immediate.
Hot air enters the bottles from the outside and then sends cooler air out of the thinner neck. The principle is similar to the effect when you exhale into your hand with an open mouth or with pursed lips. Feel the difference for yourself!
This simple solution can cool an indoor space by more than 10º F. What a relief for the people who experience extreme temperatures day in, day out.
Countless villages have already started using the simplest air conditioning in the world.
Here’s a video that shows exactly how the system works:
Not only does this system bring a breath of fresh air into overheated huts, it’s a great way to encourage collecting old plastic bottles from the streets and recycling them.
Broadcast Meteorologist of the Year: ‘There is No Global Warming’
From Alexandra Bruce
John Coleman is an award-winning meteorologist, Founder of the Weather Channel nearing his 80s who is coming forward to thoughtfully debunk what he sees as the fraud of Global Warming, the bad science being funded to the tune of over $4.2 billion in U.S. Tax Dollars per year, carbon trading (“cap and trade”), etc.
He says, “I love this planet Earth. I’ve been a citizen of this planet Earth now for darn near 80 years and it’s all I’ve got!
If I thought that we, mankind were damaging this beautiful little sphere, this blue marble on which we live, I would be terrified and give every ounce of energy I had to stop what we were doing. But I have studied the issues of so-called ‘Global Warming’ or now, they call it ‘Climate Change’ since the warming has stopped; I have studied the issues carefully and completely, as a good scientist and have reached and absolute, firm conclusion that there is no Global Warming.”
He insists, in fact that the Earth is in a period of slight cooling, as part of the ongoing cyclic interglacial periods between ice ages.
There’s no question that petrochemical toxicity in the environment is deleterious and undesirable but given the Earth’s long history of cyclical ice ages and interglacial periods, anthropogenic Global Warming is an expensive scam invented by the psychopaths who want to make derivatives out of this lie and trade them like so many other fictions available on the Stock Exchanges of the world.
Woman’s Survival Garden Destroyed by Authorities*
By Ariana Marisol
A woman from Tulsa, Oklahoma is suing the city’s code enforcement teams after they illegally cut down her entire survival garden.
Denise Morrison started the garden after becoming unemployed. She had over 100 medicinal and edible plants in her front and backyard.
After Morrison became unemployed, she decided to become self-sufficient. She filled her yard with things like fruit trees, berries, nut trees, and a wide variety of edible and medicinal herbs. She used these herbs to treat her diabetes, high-blood pressure, and arthritis.
All of her hard work ended when the local code enforcement team showed up and forcibly removed her entire garden. Morrison attempted to explain how everything in her yard followed the local code enforcement rules. She had problems with these people in the past and was determined to do everything by the book with her garden.
She obtained the local ordinances and followed every rule to the tee. She made sure that everything in her garden had a purpose, and that her garden looked its best at all times. Local ordinances stated that no plant could be over 12 inches tall unless they were being used for human consumption.
Morrison made sure every plant in her garden could be eaten, but that did not matter to the city. They ignored their own law and took her garden down.
Over 100 plant varieties were removed by the code enforcement team, leaving her with no way to feed or medicate herself. They took everything, even her fruit and nut trees.
While this case is very sad, it is becoming more and more common throughout the country. This country is making it harder and harder for self-reliant people to live on their own land.
Elite PANIC As Record Low Temperatures Expose Climate Change Hoax*
By Daniel Newton
Record low temperatures across the globe have been revealed in shocking new Climate Change data revealing that ‘global warming’ no longer exists. Climatologist Tony Heller claims that Greenland looks set to record its coldest July temperature since records started, and if the claim is true, then it will completely debunk Global warming alarmists.
Last month, President Donald Trump officially withdrew the United States out of the Paris Agreement calling the global climate agreement a “globalist scam”. According to Conservativetribune.com: In fact, it was the coldest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere for the month of July: -33C (-27.4F).
The temperature was recorded at Summit Station on July 4. According to Vencore Weather, the normal high temperature at the 10,000 ft. high year-around research station is -10C (14F). And that’s not all.
“Much of Greenland has been colder-than-normal for the year so far and has had record or near record levels of accumulated snow and ice since the fall of last year,” Vencore noted.
“The first week of this month was especially brutal in Greenland resulting in the record low July temperature and it also contributed to an uptick in snow and ice extent — despite the fact that it is now well into their summer season.”
As you can see from this chart, the level of ice cover in Greenland has been increasing most of this year. You wouldn’t know it from the headlines, though. Yes, in spite of the fact that we just set the coldest temperature in July in the entire Northern Hemisphere, and despite the fact Greenland gained a great deal of ice this year and is seeing it melting slowly, the only mention of Greenland in the mainstream media was as part of global warming alarmism. Typical.
Unsolved Secrets of Indian Stepwells*
Historic structures such as temples, mosques and palaces are scattered over a vast territory of India. Often lose their original relics of ancient infrastructure, called “step-wells» (stepwells). Once upon a time, these underground structures were estimated in thousands.
Initially, these wells were dug in the ground – so people could easily access to the water. Over time, the stepped wells have become increasingly complex in geometry, and from the modest holes turned into hard engraved wells in step Hindu temples with ornamental columns, and ladders shrines.
These old wells or ponds, water in which was located at a depth of more than thirty steps down, often arranged multistoried with water wheel in order to lift the water to the first or second floor. They are most common in the western part of India and other more arid regions of South Asia, extending to Pakistan.
Construction of ancient wells at that time was of primarily utilitarian value – storage in the reservoirs of ground water in case of drought. Subsequently, they generously included architectural ornaments because the main guardians of the water were women, who prayed and offered gifts to the goddess of the well. Careful and sacred attitude to wells ensure their preservation for centuries.
Chicago journalist Victoria Lautman first described this architectural marvel. She devoted most of the last five years of traveling in India to find and photograph as many wells as possible. After 2015, she resumed the trip to India to find an additional 60 wells, bringing the photos of more than 200 wells, which she personally visited, described and photographed.
After centuries of neglect, some ancient wells are in a dangerous state or disappeared altogether, while others are carefully maintained by local authorities or living near communities that recognize their value and have a good will and finances, to restore them.
In an effort to preserve this wonderful heritage of India, Victoria Lautman made a visual tour of 75 of the most unique and interesting holes in a new book called “The Vanishing Indian Wells (The Vanishing Stepwells of India). The book includes not only original photos of objects, but also the experience of the author of each of them, including the exact coordinates of the location of the wells.
It is hoped that sooner or later a renewed interest to the ancient Indian wells will appear, as well as there is funding for their recovery.