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Agenda 21 and the Hen Peaked Nanny States of America

 
GaryMule
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So I caught the trashman digging through my recycle bin. He found a naughty thing in there and left me a note to give to my mommy. What has this Country come to, now we have government commisars going through trash?

You know that if he did not check then god forbid he take it to the collection site, then he gets hen peaked about not checking, the government nanny state never ends! WTF!



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Wireless Transmission: A Century of Power Politics
by Mary-Sue Haliburton, Ottawa, Canada
Pure Energy Systems News

Hidden political interests repeatedly block attempts to bring this energy-saving and cost-saving technology into being. How long will the drama continue before North Americans are able obtain access to that which Russians scientists have already achieved?

Before all that went down, however, Canadian Senator Chesley W. Carter (Ref. 10a) from Newfoundland attempted to head off social and financial disaster. As a member of the Senate Special Committee on Science Policy, and a co-founder of PACE, the Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Carter was in a position to put forward the wireless-transmission proposal.


In July 1976, working with Drs Andrija Puharich and Michrowski, Chesley Carter prepared a proposal that would provide for the country's energy needs without ballooning debt.

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Peat is also quoted as saying that Tesla's method would be "incredibly inefficient" and that it "wouldn't pay" to do it that way. He also explicitly misrepresents PACE's position: "The proposal seems," says Peat, "to involve exciting the ionosphere, oscillating it, and extracting more energy that you put in." In making this smear, Peat was clearly attempting to tar Carter and associates with the much-maligned "perpetual motion" and "over-unity" brush. However, to "over-unity" the Carter/PACE proposal made no mention and no claim. PACE documentation refers only to lossless transmission as the goal, and to 2% loss as an actual achieved experimental result. (Ref. 12a)

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Later, Senator Carter summoned to a Senate inquiry the author of NRC's negative letter. Dr. Michrowski, who also attended this inquiry, recounted how Carter became red in the face when he found out the dynamics behind the stonewalling. Dr. Peat explained that his superior, the President of the National Research Council Dr. William George Schneider, had instructed him – offhand and without giving him permission to examine the modern-day scientific explanation of the Tesla system – to reject the proposition.

At the inquiry, Carter asked Peat if he realized that he was writing this letter to the Prime Minister of the country. When Peat answered, "yes", the Senator's face again reddened with anger.

As a science writer, Peat merely did the assignment he was given. And over time it became apparent that the negative conclusion was not his own, nor was it his last word on the subject.

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Wireless transmission would have enabled the easternmost island province to export electricity directly, and to gain needed revenue. Carter was aware of additional potential hydroelectric sites on the Lower Churchill which could be developed outside the terms of the Quebec contract. (Ref. 18) Wireless transmission of this power could have given his home province the ability to sell directly for competitive rates to the maritime and eastern-U.S. energy markets.

However, the Newfoundland government (since then officially named "Newfoundland and Labrador" to underscore the importance of the Churchill Falls generating station against possible claims from a future independent Quebec) said that it did not have even $5,000 to put up toward this experiment. That figure represented their estimate of the cost of setting aside and cleaning up a small section of a transformer yard.



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