Category Archives: economic development

Cold Fusion-like “E-Cat” seemingly gaining steam

darkenergyIs a new energy source upon us? I’ve been writing and talking about the Rossi E-Cat Energy Catalyzer for some time. There has been a lot of criticism, suspicion, and ad hominem attacks directed at those involved in developing and testing these devices. But as these two opinion pieces make clear, the evidence that the E-Cat is a real, working technology are growing stronger by the week. And that means, we may be in the final months before this new technology is available to the public with momentous consequences including the end of an oil-dominated economy.

Airbus scientist announces theoretical breakthrough in Cold Fusion to be revealed in October

History being made as we speak

What’s important is the Rossi Effect has arrived

 

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Two Steves and a Blue Box

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Citizen’s Hearing on Disclosure

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Is This Alien Technology?

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Quasi-crystals

This is a truly weird coincidence.

Some years ago, I heard someone at the UFO conference say that the often-seen, large Flying Black Triangles were actually American-made military vehicles housed at Area 51, and Boscombe Down in Britain, and built from “reverse-engineered alien technology.”

The presenter was Edgar Fouche at the International UFO Congress held in Laughlin, Nevada.  He specifically said that these near anti-gravity vehicles, the so-called TR3B, were coated in something he called “quasi-crystals“, which made the triangles almost invisible to radar. According to Fouche, the only thing more advanced than this vehicle was “alien technology we got it from in the first place.”

These enigmatic UFOs in recent years have been seen all over the world including the infamous sightings in Belgium in 1990. (I even saw a small one myself, together with researcher Denni Clark, in Nevada in 2005.)

Ever since that lecture, I have been fascinated by crystals and their technological applications and connection to crop circle shapes.

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Benoit Mandelbrot and Nassim Taleb Discuss The Perilous State of Our Financial System

Excellent discussion about our current financial situation from the point of view of two people who really understand chaos theory, fractal geometry and the nonlinear basis our economy. According the late Mandelbrot “everything is possible.”

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“The Event”–What Does UFO/ET Disclosure Mean For The U.S. Economy?

If you saw NBC’s new weekly adventure-drama “The Event,” which airs on Monday nights, you’re probably wondering what it all means. Is this just more TV entertainment or something more meaningful? Afterall, the topic of UFO/ET disclosure is a telling one with many real-world implications, consequences, and repercussions. While some have foretold the total crash of the stock market in the wake of such an event, I think there are more positive, long-term implications: like the growth of a whole new economy, new technologies, and demand for right-brain thinking skills. If you think about it, the U.S. economy isn’t doing that well on it’s one right now, is it? It could use a little boost, of the extraterrestrial kind. Read more: UFOs, ETs and the U.S. Economy and Top Jobs in a Post UFO-Disclosure Economy.

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Economy in Crisis?

If you’ve following this blog, you’ll notice I’ve written a few posts recently about our economic situation and the lack of good, creative right-brain thinking being taught in our schools and nutured by American companies. These days, anything done on a mass-production assembly line can be outsourced to countries with cheap labor pools. Creative work, however, is growing in the U.S. and much of the Western world by leaps and bounds.  Looks like these posts have caused quite a stir. Read some of the comments here: Economy in Crisis

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The Great Brain Turnoff–Why U.S. Companies Need More Whole-Brain Thinking

spiralAnyone who has been watching the development of the United States economy over the last few decades has to be wondering why the U.S. is no longer as productive as it used to be. One of the reasons clearly has to do with a decline in the ability of American companies to produce new products and services that really excite people, especially those in other countries. A major cause of this economic slowdown is a lack of overall creativity as a result of an overemphasis on left-brain logical thinking over right-brain intuitive, holistic thinking. Read more here: The Great Brain Turnoff–Is the U.S. Economy Suffering From Boredom?

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Is the U.S. Economy Suffering From A Crisis of Creativity?

In the following press release, I argue that the United States economy is suffering from a “crisis of creativity” that comes about from an educational system that overemphasizes left-brain at the expense of right-brain thinking. For a long time, rational analytical thinking has been seen as superior to creativity which is seated mainly in the right-brain. The latter is responsible for large-scale, holistic, intuitive thinking which seems in short supply these days. Notable exceptions include Google, Apple, and a few other companies that fully make use of their employees creative talents. Read the release here:

Sociologist Argues The U.S. Economy Suffers “Crisis of Creativity”

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What’s the Connection Between Google’s Twenty Percent Time and Resonant Viewing?

The importance of right-brain, holistic, creative thinking is increasingly being recognized by large-scale businesses. Google, for example, expanding on an idea originally implemented by 3M in the 1950’s, gives it’s employees one work day a week to work on anything that personally interests them outside of their main job. This is the so-called twenty percent time. Some of Google’s best applications such as Gmail, Google Reader, Google News and many others came out of this work schedule and the general attitude it engenders. (This approach at 3M with its “fifteen percent time” allegedly led to Masking Tape and Post-Its.)

Relaxed, spontaneous creativity is the hall mark of right-brain thinking and it’s ability to access our subconscious minds at very deep levels. This is why activities like long walks and similar ventures can lead to brain-storming breakthroughs. It’s almost like a deliberate lack of mental organization allows the subconscious thoughts to erupt to the surface. (More on this in Hare Brain Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less by Guy Claxton.)

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