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Free Energy Blog posts from January 24-31, 2016


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Damn, Scamed Again:


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-- SilverThunder 09:27, 31 January 2016 (UTC)

Going to Russia to Do Isa. 66:5 Appearance of the Lord Experience


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Our utility boasts near lowest retail rate in U.S.: 9.36 cents/kwh

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When I was giving a briefing to my Directory:David Wayne Allan about the Free Energy Blog:2016:01:29 and mentioned that their price will be in the range of 5-10 cents/kwh, he pulled out a recent newsletter from the local power company, bragging: "Garkane Energy's rates rank among the lowest in the nation," at 9.36 cents per kilowatt-hour. The average in Utah, the 12th lowest state average in the United States, is 11.42 c/kwh. Where does your state rank?

Hawaii is the most expensive, at 28.52 c/kwh. The cheapest state average is 9.36, the same as Garkane Energy. Not bad.

Here's the image I posted to Facebook. Click on it for an enlargement.


For those of you coming here using translation services, the text of the graph reads:

: Average Retail Price of Electricity to Residential SEctor, September 2015

: Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration


-- SilverThunder 18:27, 30 January 2016 (UTC)

Brilliant Light Power demo & lecture was amazing

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Apparently, I misunderstood the announcement about this event. I thought it was going to be a public event that I could report on, taking photos and video. However, that wasn't the case. It was a private business meeting. They said I could come, but I couldn't take photos or video, and they don't want me doing a story. I did have a great conversation afterward on the phone with one of the donors who helped reimburse the cost of my trip.

I'm so glad I went. I told the guy I talked to afterward that if you reduce weight of the time-to-market parameter, I would put Brilliant Light Power [BrLP] in the top three (the other two would be Directory:ERR Fluxgenerator by Noah's Ark Research Foundation and the Directory:Andrea A. Rossi Cold Fusion Generator (E-Cat)). All three of these are poised to make a huge impact in the global clean energy portfolio.

The BrLP website points out something that was demonstrated yesterday. They have achieved solid state operation using an electromagnetic pump to spray the molten silver between the electrodes for the 1000/second continuous pulsing for continuous power production. Wish I could say more. Will have to wait. But at least I had this experience to draw on for future reporting.

Thanks to a couple of other donations, we're a little past half way toward the goal of reimbursing this trip. Thanks for all of you who have chipped in.

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How John Byde (waterstarter) scammed me


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ADGEX greenBLAZE MSW-to-Energy Plant


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My Answer to Quora: What are some renewable energy projects in the United States?


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After the show, comedian, Steve Harvey, admonishes audience to

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Here's something a friend posted on Facebook, which is good advice for all humans, especially those of us outside the box, who need extra encouragement to keep going because we've already "jumped" in some regard, and might still be waiting for that parachute to open.

He Didn’t Know Cameras Were Rolling When He Said This. Now This Clip Has Gone Viral! (RoseyNews date not listed)

: Steve Harvey is one of the most famous comedians in the U.S. Since the year 2010, he has been working as the host of the game show “Family Feud”.

: However, what you may not know is that Steve Harvey actually spends a few minutes talking to the audience at the end of every “Family Feud” episode.

: In the following unaired clip, you get to watch him giving an inspiring speech to the audience. He explains that in order to become successful in life, one needs to jump, which is something that all successful people have done.

: Wait till you get to the part where he talks about the role of God. It is an important message that we should all remember and share with others.


(YouTube January 13, 2016)

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I've said stuff like this before in my Sterling Sunday School class, but I lack the charisma and celebrity status for my stuff to go viral. (And I touch on deeper things that push people out of their comfort zones.) e.g.

Talents & Gifts - The word for "talent" in the OT lexicon is actually one page away from the "Bride, Lust, Prison" page we looked at last week. Ties in to setting in order the house of God (stepping into your one might and strong mission, using your God-given talents...). (Sterling Sunday School September 28, 2014)


At time 6:02, I talk about how we all are born with gifts to develop. (YouTube)

My video has 50 views after 16 months compared to Steve's clip, which has acquired 3.5 million views in 12 days. Same message (in that portion of my presentation) probably 90% overlap with synonym content.

I don't point this out to bemoan, but to just make the point that I've got good content mostly too good for people to realize its value.

"He who is one step ahead is a genius. He who is two steps ahead is a crack-pot."

-- SilverThunder 13:32, 25 January 2016 (UTC)

Ontario Pulls Plug on 36,000 Rural ‘Smart’ Meters

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Darrell Jacobsen brought this this story by our friend, Josh Del Sol, to our attention:

Ontario Pulls Plug on 36,000 Rural ‘Smart’ Meters: Is Big Energy Imploding? (Collective-Evolution] January 20, 2016)


: Last night I watched The Big Short — maybe the most important Hollywood film in years. This true story is a powerful and eloquent invitation to wake up to the sheer depravity at the core of the system of commerce.

: The fact that the film got nominated for 5 Oscars including Best Picture is a huge sign that there are way more people waking up than we ever thought. The wrongs may not be getting righted as quickly as we’d like, but it is happening.

: The reality of this shift is clearly evidenced by this news last week from Ontario. After years of obvious problems, Hydro One finally admitted that rural ‘smart’ meters do not work, and has decided to pull the plug on 36,000 of them — to start. We will see more utilities begin to do likewise. [UPDATE: BC Hydro just announced plans to remove 88,000 meters suspected of failure.]

: Costing ratepayers billions, smart meters are actually designed to unlawfully harvest detailed data of the in-home activities of occupants without their knowledge or consent.

: As reported by the National Post:

: “Astonishing,” was the reaction from Lanark-area MPP Randy Hillier, who has been deluged with complaints about Hydro One billing and smart-meter suspicions.

: “I’ve been banging my head against the wall for the last five years, saying we’ve got problems with smart meters in rural Ontario.” Since first being elected in 2007, no single issue has attracted as much attention in his riding, he said.

: For the purpose of clarification: at this time Hydro One is not planning to uninstall smart meters and replace with analogs — but rather to manually read rural customers’ meters quarterly, and estimate the months in between, because the wireless reporting is simply not working.

: More than 10,000 billing complaints have been filed with the Ontario Ombudsman, and the Auditor General of Ontario released a scathing report, calling out the smart metering program as a total flop.

: Hydro One was the first major utility in Canada to deploy so-called ‘smart’ meters upon an unsuspecting customer base. The price tag for rollout, paid for by the people of Ontario, was $2 billion — which was $900M over budget.

: Go Green, or Go Greed?

: For those new to this topic, here’s the skinny. Smart utility meters are being deployed worldwide under the banner of climate action. But they typically increase energy usage, and a high-level industry executive has admitted that the data collected by the surreptitious devices will be worth “a lot more” than the electricity itself.

: Portland State University recently published a brilliant report on the morally-bankrupt surveillance agenda behind smart meters. The industry-gutting report is titled “The Neoliberal Politics of ‘Smart’: Electricity Consumption, Household Monitoring, and the Enterprise Form,” and excerpts can be read at Smart Grid Awareness here.

: Customers are not being informed how their constitutional rights are being violated for the purposes of a for-profit home surveillance network. Nor how this technology has caused thousands of fires which have resulted in several deaths. Nor how our bodies are being affected by pulsed microwave radiation exponentially stronger than cell phones, as shown in Template:130621:PES Blog:Take Back Your Power -- Revolution Against Smart Meters.

: If there wasn’t an avalanche of facts to back all of this up, it might sound too unbelievable to be true. But we live in strange times.a


-- SilverThunder 21:17, 24 January 2016 (UTC)


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