Daily Archives: October 9, 2013

Lucas – Some Inspiration : What Is Possible Already In Energy Buildings – 9 October 2013

BIQ House, Hamburg, BIQ House opens, International Building Exhibition, self-sufficient living buildings, Arup, SSC Strategic Science Consultant, Splitterwerk Architects, jet-powered maintenance robots, high-rise farms, photovoltaic paint, the future of green building, bio-reactor facade, biomass, solar thermal heat, algae power, algae as shade, algae as insulator

The World’s First Algae-Powered Building Opens in Hamburgby
The world’s first algae-powered building just opened in Hamburg! Dubbed the BIQ House, the project features a bio-adaptive algae facade and it will serve as a testing bed for sustainable energy production in urban areas and self-sufficient living buildings. International design firm Arup worked with Germany’s SSC Strategic Science Consultants and Austria-based Splitterwerk Architects to develop the BIQ House, which launched as part of Hamburg’s International Building Exhibition.

Global Breakthrough Energy Conference : Is About To Start – 9 October 2013

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Global Breakthrough Energy Conference : is about to start :Free front seat here:

Global Breakthrough Energy Conference Starts on Thursday and runs through saturday: October 10th – 12th and is a complete sell out :

Quite rightly so. If you are interested you can get a front line seat  at home : READ ON:

You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete – BUCKY FULLER

Paul Hellyer

This groundbreaking Conference will release the knowledge of all the latest technology available to us for Free energy: Tele- Travel Anti Gravity and The financing of major New World Projects With Catherine Austin Fitts.

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FDA Approves Computer Chip For Humans – 9 October 2013

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WASHINGTON — Medical milestone or privacy invasion? A tiny computer chip approved Wednesday for implantation in a patient’s arm can speed vital information about a patient’s medical history to doctors and hospitals. But critics warn that it could open new ways to imperil the confidentiality of medical records.

The Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that Applied Digital Solutions of Delray Beach, Fla., could market the VeriChip, an implantable computer chip about the size of a grain of rice, for medical purposes.

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John Ward – Not Exactly The Entirely Accurate News Today – 9 October 2013

JohnWRepublican Senator Richard Burr from North Carolina, a reliable friend of business on Capitol Hill, told the media this afternoon that if Japan was vapourised by further nuclear accidents at Fukushima, it wouldn’t necessarily be “the catastrophe that the usual doom merchants are predicting”. He asked Americans to remember that the Japanese were on the other side during World War II and “nobody in Asia likes them anyway”.

“I don’t think Japan ceasing to exist would lead to the sort of global economic cataclysm the Democrats and other bleeding heart liberals keep insisting must happen,” said Burr, “Come to think of it, we’d sell one helluva lot more automobiles abroad without these guys in the way”. Continue reading

Sophia Love – Winging It – 9 October 2013

Sophia Love

Sophia Love

This mountain top is familiar, yet not as comfortable as remembered.  It feels mostly, well, windy. Quiet.  Stark.  It is going to take some wings to move on.  Specially made wings, fitted for just this body.

It’s time to fly.  It’s going to be interesting without the usual navigational equipment.  You see, it’s all broken.  Not for a lack of effort, mind you.  All of the usual suspects were consulted to repair the damage: Continue reading

ActivistPost – Victory! New York Capitol Unanimously Passes Anti-NDAA Resolution –

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On October 7, 2013, the Albany, NY Common Council unanimously passed Resolution 80.92.13, 11-0, becoming the first city in America to prohibit indefinite military detention without charge or trial, specifically under the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, to declare it is not a “battlefield” and resolve that its citizens and residents are not subject to “detention under the law of war.” Continue reading

Obama to Military – Will you FIRE on Americans? – 9 October 2013

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