Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Lots of water but it stopped raining, no clouds

I heard on National Public Radio that East Porterville barrio people don't have any water coming out their faucets but the nearby golf course does have water.  So the barrio people go to the city park duck pond to get water that they have to boil to use because of e coli.  I have driven thru those areas often on the way up into the high sierras through Springville Camp Nelson.    Rich people live on the hills next to the park and golf course.  I guess they do not share their water with the poor barrio people.  East Porterville used to be called Doyle Colony.  It sometimes floods, very close to the Tule River.  It became safer after Lake Success was built.  

Much nicer here.  Feels a lot like Los Angeles, but with more water.

No clouds today but a lot of haze maybe from the fires in Canada. 

 Most lake levels are down but still too much water in some places such as the County Seat Forsyth Shadowrock Swan Creek 







Sunday, June 28, 2015

Privacy website glyph substitution. Aesthetics

I set up a 1 page website with a chapter from the Holy Bible in fancy fonts.

The NSA, FBI, CIA, google, or other robots cannot read it. A human must look at it to read it. Eventually anybody could design robots to read it, but that would be expensive. I know how to design such robots and various countermeasures.

This software will work on emails, Facebook, Twitter, websites or about anywhere. I think it should be used more. It does take awhile how to pick the glyphs to make it beautiful. It is both aesthetic and functional for maintaining privacy.


Ɠëňëşīş 1:1 Ïň ţĥë Ьëģīňňīňģ Ɠōɗ ҫŕëåţëɗ ţĥë ĥëåύëň åňɗ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:2 Àňɗ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ ŵåş ŵīţĥōüţ ƒōŕɱ, åňɗ ύōīɗ; åňɗ ɗåŕķňëşş ŵåş üрōň ţĥë ƒåҫë ōƒ ţĥë ɗëëр. Àňɗ ţĥë Ŝрīŕīţ ōƒ Ɠōɗ ɱōύëɗ üрōň ţĥë ƒåҫë ōƒ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:3 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ ţĥëŕë Ьë ļīģĥţ: åňɗ ţĥëŕë ŵåş ļīģĥţ.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:4 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåŵ ţĥë ļīģĥţ, ţĥåţ īţ ŵåş ģōōɗ: åňɗ Ɠōɗ ɗīύīɗëɗ ţĥë ļīģĥţ ƒŕōɱ ţĥë ɗåŕķňëşş.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:5 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ ҫåļļëɗ ţĥë ļīģĥţ Ɗ åŷ, åňɗ ţĥë ɗåŕķňëşş ĥë ҫåļļëɗ Ňīģĥţ. Àňɗ ţĥë ëύëňīňģ åňɗ ţĥë ɱōŕňīňģ ŵëŕë ţĥë ƒīŕşţ ɗåŷ.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:6 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ ţĥëŕë Ьë å ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ īň ţĥë ɱīɗşţ ōƒ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş, åňɗ ļëţ īţ ɗīύīɗë ţĥë ŵåţëŕş ƒŕōɱ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:7 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ ɱåɗë ţĥë ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ, åňɗ ɗīύīɗëɗ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş ŵĥīҫĥ ŵëŕë üňɗëŕ ţĥë ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ ƒŕōɱ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş ŵĥīҫĥ ŵëŕë åЬōύë ţĥë ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ: åňɗ īţ ŵåş şō.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:8 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ ҫåļļëɗ ţĥë ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ Ĥëåύëň. Àňɗ ţĥë ëύëňīňģ åňɗ ţĥë ɱōŕňīňģ ŵëŕë ţĥë şëҫōňɗ ɗåŷ.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:9 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş üňɗëŕ ţĥë ĥëåύëň Ьë ģåţĥëŕëɗ ţōģëţĥëŕ üňţō ōňë рļåҫë, åňɗ ļëţ ţĥë ɗŕŷ ļåňɗ åррëåŕ: åňɗ īţ ŵåş şō.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:10 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ ҫåļļëɗ ţĥë ɗŕŷ ļåňɗ Ëåŕţĥ; åňɗ ţĥë ģåţĥëŕīňģ ţōģëţĥëŕ ōƒ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş ҫåļļëɗ ĥë Ŝëåş: åňɗ Ɠōɗ şåŵ ţĥåţ īţ ŵåş ģōōɗ.

Ɠëňëşīş 1:11 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ Ьŕīňģ ƒōŕţĥ ģŕåşş, ţĥë ĥëŕЬ ŷīëļɗīňģ şëëɗ, åňɗ ţĥë ƒŕüīţ ţŕëë ŷīëļɗīňģ ƒŕüīţ åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ, ŵĥōşë şëëɗ īş īň īţşëļƒ, üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ: åňɗ īţ ŵåş şō. Ɠëňëşīş 1:12 Àňɗ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ Ьŕōüģĥţ ƒōŕţĥ ģŕåşş, åňɗ ĥëŕЬ ŷīëļɗīňģ şëëɗ åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ, åňɗ ţĥë ţŕëë ŷīëļɗīňģ ƒŕüīţ, ŵĥōşë şëëɗ ŵåş īň īţşëļƒ, åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ: åňɗ Ɠōɗ şåŵ ţĥåţ īţ ŵåş ģōōɗ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:13 Àňɗ ţĥë ëύëňīňģ åňɗ ţĥë ɱōŕňīňģ ŵëŕë ţĥë ţĥīŕɗ ɗåŷ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:14 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ ţĥëŕë Ьë ļīģĥţş īň ţĥë ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ ōƒ ţĥë ĥëåύëň ţō ɗīύīɗë ţĥë ɗåŷ ƒŕōɱ ţĥë ňīģĥţ åňɗ ļëţ ţĥëɱ Ьë ƒōŕ şīģňş, åňɗ ƒōŕ şëåşōňş, åňɗ ƒōŕ ɗåŷş, åňɗ ŷëåŕş: Ɠëňëşīş 1:15 Àňɗ ļëţ ţĥëɱ Ьë ƒōŕ ļīģĥţş īň ţĥë ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ ōƒ ţĥë ĥëåύëň ţō ģīύë ļīģĥţ üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ: åňɗ īţ ŵåş şō. Ɠëňëşīş 1:16 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ ɱåɗë ţŵō ģŕëåţ ļīģĥţş; ţĥë ģŕëåţëŕ ļīģĥţ ţō ŕüļë ţĥë ɗåŷ, åňɗ ţĥë ļëşşëŕ ļīģĥţ ţō ŕüļë ţĥë ňīģĥţ: ĥë ɱåɗë ţĥë şţåŕş åļşō. Ɠëňëşīş 1:17 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şëţ ţĥëɱ īň ţĥë ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ ōƒ ţĥë ĥëåύëň ţō ģīύë ļīģĥţ üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, Ɠëňëşīş 1:18 Àňɗ ţō ŕüļë ōύëŕ ţĥë ɗåŷ åňɗ ōύëŕ ţĥë ňīģĥţ, åňɗ ţō ɗīύīɗë ţĥë ļīģĥţ ƒŕōɱ ţĥë ɗåŕķňëşş: åňɗ Ɠōɗ şåŵ ţĥåţ īţ ŵåş ģōōɗ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:19 Àňɗ ţĥë ëύëňīňģ åňɗ ţĥë ɱōŕňīňģ ŵëŕë ţĥë ƒōüŕţĥ ɗåŷ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:20 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş Ьŕīňģ ƒōŕţĥ åЬüňɗåňţļŷ ţĥë ɱōύīňģ ҫŕëåţüŕë ţĥåţ ĥåţĥ ļīƒë, åňɗ ƒōŵļ ţĥåţ ɱåŷ ƒļŷ åЬōύë ţĥë ëåŕţĥ īň ţĥë ōрëň ƒīŕɱåɱëňţ ōƒ ĥëåύëň. Ɠëňëşīş 1:21 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ ҫŕëåţëɗ ģŕëåţ ŵĥåļëş, åňɗ ëύëŕŷ ļīύīňģ ҫŕëåţüŕë ţĥåţ ɱōύëţĥ, ŵĥīҫĥ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş Ьŕōüģĥţ ƒōŕţĥ åЬüňɗåňţļŷ, åƒţëŕ ţĥëīŕ ķīňɗ, åňɗ ëύëŕŷ ŵīňģëɗ ƒōŵļ åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ: åňɗ Ɠōɗ şåŵ ţĥåţ īţ ŵåş ģōōɗ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:22 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ Ьļëşşëɗ ţĥëɱ, şåŷīňģ, Ƀë ƒŕüīţƒüļ, åňɗ ɱüļţīрļŷ, åňɗ ƒīļļ ţĥë ŵåţëŕş īň ţĥë şëåş, åňɗ ļëţ ƒōŵļ ɱüļţīрļŷ īň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:23 Àňɗ ţĥë ëύëňīňģ åňɗ ţĥë ɱōŕňīňģ ŵëŕë ţĥë ƒīƒţĥ ɗåŷ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:24 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ Ьŕīňģ ƒōŕţĥ ţĥë ļīύīňģ ҫŕëåţüŕë åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ, ҫåţţļë, åňɗ ҫŕëëрīňģ ţĥīňģ, åňɗ Ьëåşţ ōƒ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ: åňɗ īţ ŵåş şō. Ɠëňëşīş 1:25 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ ɱåɗë ţĥë Ьëåşţ ōƒ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ, åňɗ ҫåţţļë åƒţëŕ ţĥëīŕ ķīňɗ, åňɗ ëύëŕŷ ţĥīňģ ţĥåţ ҫŕëëрëţĥ üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ åƒţëŕ ĥīş ķīňɗ: åňɗ Ɠōɗ şåŵ ţĥåţ īţ ŵåş ģōōɗ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:26 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ļëţ üş ɱåķë ɱåň īň ōüŕ īɱåģë, åƒţëŕ ōüŕ ļīķëňëşş: åňɗ ļëţ ţĥëɱ ĥåύë ɗōɱīňīōň ōύëŕ ţĥë ƒīşĥ ōƒ ţĥë şëå, åňɗ ōύëŕ ţĥë ƒōŵļ ōƒ ţĥë åīŕ, åňɗ ōύëŕ ţĥë ҫåţţļë, åňɗ ōύëŕ åļļ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, åňɗ ōύëŕ ëύëŕŷ ҫŕëëрīňģ ţĥīňģ ţĥåţ ҫŕëëрëţĥ üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:27 Ŝō Ɠōɗ ҫŕëåţëɗ ɱåň īň ĥīş ōŵň īɱåģë, īň ţĥë īɱåģë ōƒ Ɠōɗ ҫŕëåţëɗ ĥë ĥīɱ; ɱåļë åňɗ ƒëɱåļë ҫŕëåţëɗ ĥë ţĥëɱ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:28 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ Ьļëşşëɗ ţĥëɱ, åňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ üňţō ţĥëɱ, Ƀë ƒŕüīţƒüļ, åňɗ ɱüļţīрļŷ, åňɗ ŕëрļëňīşĥ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, åňɗ şüЬɗüë īţ: åňɗ ĥåύë ɗōɱīňīōň ōύëŕ ţĥë ƒīşĥ ōƒ ţĥë şëå, åňɗ ōύëŕ ţĥë ƒōŵļ ōƒ ţĥë åīŕ, åňɗ ōύëŕ ëύëŕŷ ļīύīňģ ţĥīňģ ţĥåţ ɱōύëţĥ üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:29 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ƀëĥōļɗ, Ï ĥåύë ģīύëň ŷōü ëύëŕŷ ĥëŕЬ Ьëåŕīňģ şëëɗ, ŵĥīҫĥ īş üрōň ţĥë ƒåҫë ōƒ åļļ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, åňɗ ëύëŕŷ ţŕëë, īň ţĥë ŵĥīҫĥ īş ţĥë ƒŕüīţ ōƒ å ţŕëë ŷīëļɗīňģ şëëɗ; ţō ŷōü īţ şĥåļļ Ьë ƒōŕ ɱëåţ. Ɠëňëşīş 1:30 Àňɗ ţō ëύëŕŷ Ьëåşţ ōƒ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, åňɗ ţō ëύëŕŷ ƒōŵļ ōƒ ţĥë åīŕ, åňɗ ţō ëύëŕŷ ţĥīňģ ţĥåţ ҫŕëëрëţĥ üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, ŵĥëŕëīň ţĥëŕë īş ļīƒë, Ï ĥåύë ģīύëň ëύëŕŷ ģŕëëň ĥëŕЬ ƒōŕ ɱëåţ: åňɗ īţ ŵåş şō. Ɠëňëşīş 1:31 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ şåŵ ëύëŕŷ ţĥīňģ ţĥåţ ĥë ĥåɗ ɱåɗë, åňɗ, Ьëĥōļɗ, īţ ŵåş ύëŕŷ ģōōɗ. Àňɗ ţĥë ëύëňīňģ åňɗ ţĥë ɱōŕňīňģ ŵëŕë ţĥë şīχţĥ ɗåŷ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:1 Ţĥüş ţĥë ĥëåύëňş åňɗ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ ŵëŕë ƒīňīşĥëɗ, åňɗ åļļ ţĥë ĥōşţ ōƒ ţĥëɱ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:2 Àňɗ ōň ţĥë şëύëňţĥ ɗåŷ Ɠōɗ ëňɗëɗ ĥīş ŵōŕķ ŵĥīҫĥ ĥë ĥåɗ ɱåɗë; åňɗ ĥë ŕëşţëɗ ōň ţĥë şëύëňţĥ ɗåŷ ƒŕōɱ åļļ ĥīş ŵōŕķ ŵĥīҫĥ ĥë ĥåɗ ɱåɗë. Ɠëňëşīş 2:3 Àňɗ Ɠōɗ Ьļëşşëɗ ţĥë şëύëňţĥ ɗåŷ, åňɗ şåňҫţīƒīëɗ īţ: Ьëҫåüşë ţĥåţ īň īţ ĥë ĥåɗ ŕëşţëɗ ƒŕōɱ åļļ ĥīş ŵōŕķ ŵĥīҫĥ Ɠōɗ ҫŕëåţëɗ åňɗ ɱåɗë. Ɠëňëşīş 2:4 Ţĥëşë åŕë ţĥë ģëňëŕåţīōňş ōƒ ţĥë ĥëåύëňş åňɗ ōƒ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ ŵĥëň ţĥëŷ ŵëŕë ҫŕëåţëɗ, īň ţĥë ɗåŷ ţĥåţ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ɱåɗë ţĥë ëåŕţĥ åňɗ ţĥë ĥëåύëňş, Ɠëňëşīş 2:5 Àňɗ ëύëŕŷ рļåňţ ōƒ ţĥë ƒīëļɗ Ьëƒōŕë īţ ŵåş īň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, åňɗ ëύëŕŷ ĥëŕЬ ōƒ ţĥë ƒīëļɗ Ьëƒōŕë īţ ģŕëŵ: ƒōŕ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ĥåɗ ňōţ ҫåüşëɗ īţ ţō ŕåīň üрōň ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, åňɗ ţĥëŕë ŵåş ňōţ å ɱåň ţō ţīļļ ţĥë ģŕōüňɗ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:6 Ƀüţ ţĥëŕë ŵëňţ üр å ɱīşţ ƒŕōɱ ţĥë ëåŕţĥ, åňɗ ŵåţëŕëɗ ţĥë ŵĥōļë ƒåҫë ōƒ ţĥë ģŕōüňɗ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:7 Àňɗ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ƒōŕɱëɗ ɱåň ōƒ ţĥë ɗüşţ ōƒ ţĥë ģŕōüňɗ, åňɗ Ьŕëåţĥëɗ īňţō ĥīş ňōşţŕīļş ţĥë Ьŕëåţĥ ōƒ ļīƒë; åňɗ ɱåň Ьëҫåɱë å ļīύīňģ şōüļ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:8 Àňɗ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ рļåňţëɗ å ģåŕɗëň ëåşţŵåŕɗ īň Ëɗëň; åňɗ ţĥëŕë ĥë рüţ ţĥë ɱåň ŵĥōɱ ĥë ĥåɗ ƒōŕɱëɗ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:9 Àňɗ ōüţ ōƒ ţĥë ģŕōüňɗ ɱåɗë ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ţō ģŕōŵ ëύëŕŷ ţŕëë ţĥåţ īş рļëåşåňţ ţō ţĥë şīģĥţ, åňɗ ģōōɗ ƒōŕ ƒōōɗ; ţĥë ţŕëë ōƒ ļīƒë åļşō īň ţĥë ɱīɗşţ ōƒ ţĥë ģåŕɗëň, åňɗ ţĥë ţŕëë ōƒ ķňōŵļëɗģë ōƒ ģōōɗ åňɗ ëύīļ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:10 Àňɗ å ŕīύëŕ ŵëňţ ōüţ ōƒ Ëɗëň ţō ŵåţëŕ ţĥë ģåŕɗëň; åňɗ ƒŕōɱ ţĥëňҫë īţ ŵåş рåŕţëɗ, åňɗ Ьëҫåɱë īňţō ƒōüŕ ĥëåɗş. Ɠëňëşīş 2:11 Ţĥë ňåɱë ōƒ ţĥë ƒīŕşţ īş Рīşōň: ţĥåţ īş īţ ŵĥīҫĥ ҫōɱрåşşëţĥ ţĥë ŵĥōļë ļåňɗ ōƒ Ĥåύīļåĥ, ŵĥëŕë ţĥëŕë īş ģōļɗ; Ɠëňëşīş 2:12 Àňɗ ţĥë ģōļɗ ōƒ ţĥåţ ļåňɗ īş ģōōɗ: ţĥëŕë īş Ьɗëļļīüɱ åňɗ ţĥë ōňŷχ şţōňë. Ɠëňëşīş 2:13 Àňɗ ţĥë ňåɱë ōƒ ţĥë şëҫōňɗ ŕīύëŕ īş Ɠīĥōň: ţĥë şåɱë īş īţ ţĥåţ ҫōɱрåşşëţĥ ţĥë ŵĥōļë ļåňɗ ōƒ Ëţĥīōрīå. Ɠëňëşīş 2:14 Àňɗ ţĥë ňåɱë ōƒ ţĥë ţĥīŕɗ ŕīύëŕ īş Ĥīɗɗëķëļ: ţĥåţ īş īţ ŵĥīҫĥ ģōëţĥ ţōŵåŕɗ ţĥë ëåşţ ōƒ Àşşŷŕīå. Àňɗ ţĥë ƒōüŕţĥ ŕīύëŕ īş Ëüрĥŕåţëş. Ɠëňëşīş 2:15 Àňɗ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ţōōķ ţĥë ɱåň, åňɗ рüţ ĥīɱ īňţō ţĥë ģåŕɗëň ōƒ Ëɗëň ţō ɗŕëşş īţ åňɗ ţō ķëëр īţ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:16 Àňɗ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ҫōɱɱåňɗëɗ ţĥë ɱåň, şåŷīňģ, Õƒ ëύëŕŷ ţŕëë ōƒ ţĥë ģåŕɗëň ţĥōü ɱåŷëşţ ƒŕëëļŷ ëåţ: Ɠëňëşīş 2:17 Ƀüţ ōƒ ţĥë ţŕëë ōƒ ţĥë ķňōŵļëɗģë ōƒ ģōōɗ åňɗ ëύīļ, ţĥōü şĥåļţ ňōţ ëåţ ōƒ īţ: ƒōŕ īň ţĥë ɗåŷ ţĥåţ ţĥōü ëåţëşţ ţĥëŕëōƒ ţĥōü şĥåļţ şüŕëļŷ ɗīë. Ɠëňëşīş 2:18 Àňɗ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ şåīɗ, Ïţ īş ňōţ ģōōɗ ţĥåţ ţĥë ɱåň şĥōüļɗ Ьë åļōňë; Ï ŵīļļ ɱåķë ĥīɱ åň ĥëļр ɱëëţ ƒōŕ ĥīɱ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:19 Àňɗ ōüţ ōƒ ţĥë ģŕōüňɗ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ƒōŕɱëɗ ëύëŕŷ Ьëåşţ ōƒ ţĥë ƒīëļɗ, åňɗ ëύëŕŷ ƒōŵļ ōƒ ţĥë åīŕ; åňɗ Ьŕōüģĥţ ţĥëɱ üňţō Àɗåɱ ţō şëë ŵĥåţ ĥë ŵōüļɗ ҫåļļ ţĥëɱ: åňɗ ŵĥåţşōëύëŕ Àɗåɱ ҫåļļëɗ ëύëŕŷ ļīύīňģ ҫŕëåţüŕë, ţĥåţ ŵåş ţĥë ňåɱë ţĥëŕëōƒ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:20 Àňɗ Àɗåɱ ģåύë ňåɱëş ţō åļļ ҫåţţļë, åňɗ ţō ţĥë ƒōŵļ ōƒ ţĥë åīŕ, åňɗ ţō ëύëŕŷ Ьëåşţ ōƒ ţĥë ƒīëļɗ; Ьüţ ƒōŕ Àɗåɱ ţĥëŕë ŵåş ňōţ ƒōüňɗ åň ĥëļр ɱëëţ ƒōŕ ĥīɱ. Ɠëňëşīş 2:21 Àňɗ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ҫåüşëɗ å ɗëëр şļëëр ţō ƒåļļ üрōň Àɗåɱ, åňɗ ĥë şļëрţ: åňɗ ĥë ţōōķ ōňë ōƒ ĥīş ŕīЬş, åňɗ ҫļōşëɗ üр ţĥë ƒļëşĥ īňşţëåɗ ţĥëŕëōƒ; Ɠëňëşīş 2:22 Àňɗ ţĥë ŕīЬ, ŵĥīҫĥ ţĥë ĻÕŖƊ Ɠōɗ ĥåɗ ţåķëň ƒŕōɱ ɱåň, ɱåɗë ĥë å ŵōɱåň, åňɗ Ьŕōüģĥţ ĥëŕ üňţō ţĥë ɱåň. Ɠëňëşīş 2:23 Àňɗ Àɗåɱ şåīɗ, Ţĥīş īş ňōŵ Ьōňë ōƒ ɱŷ Ьōňëş, åňɗ ƒļëşĥ ōƒ ɱŷ ƒļëşĥ: şĥë şĥåļļ Ьë ҫåļļëɗ Ŵōɱåň, Ьëҫåüşë şĥë ŵåş ţåķë

live in tents. Sioux, Sami

My ancestors in Northern Scandinavia and Northern Plains USA both lived in tents of very similar design.  Tipis.  May be related to why I move so much. 

Sioux were larger, stronger, and darker from chasing Bison in bright sun.  More modern circa 1900.  

Sami were smaller and lighter from milking reindeer, fishing, gathering seaweed, no chase.  Lighter color - much farther north, little to no sun in the winter.  More conservative, not much change 90,000 years. 

My mother was maybe half Sioux, one quarter Swedish Sami and one quarter normal Swedish.    The purest Sami and normal Swedish live side by side in a county north of Stockholm, approximately the epicenter of where Blonde hair was invented.    Most Scandinavians have some % Sami genes, assimilated.    More pure Sami are stateless, all over North Scandinavia and Russia around the north sea.




Saturday, June 27, 2015

SHTF prepare Mobility, now.

SHTF means you will have to move.  Buy a tent now (cheap).  Follow your food sources - you will die without food and water.  My ancestors lived in North America for 20,000 years without guns, gasoline, or horses.   They could fight off wolves and lions with bow and arrows and hatchets.  They ate bison that weigh a ton and run 40MPH and smash into adversaries, gore with horns.   North Plains temperatures range from 40 below zero to 100 above zero.  Poorly bred whites and blacks could not survive such a hostile environment - they lack the brains and brawn.  Suffering from grain brain dementia and other degenerative diseases from agriculture or eating jungle fruits and monkey brains.    Hunter gatherer is more healthy - Paleo diet.   Never shop in stores, practice for SHTF now, go pick your own out in the country.   We got animals all over the place.  Frequently road kill, everywhere.  I almost caught a big white cat today partly tame recently left out by the lake.   

Long ago, the only dwelling that broke the endless horizon of the Great Plains was the tipi.   Comfortable, roomy, well-ventilated, and easy to move, it was ideal for the roving life of the Plains dwellers as they followed the buffalo herds up and down the vast grasslands.  The Sioux tipi, with its beauty of line and practical design, is a shining example of the structure that was home to the buffalo hunters of the Great Plains.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Get more sun! Sunscreens cause cancer. Liberal news media are wrong, as usual

I wear hats and often shirts (often thin white so some sun gets thru).
But I have worn short pants whenever possible all my life so my legs are often very dark red-black.
In Lake Tahoe I wear shorts if temperature is above freezing.  
I get compliments on my suntan even this year although it is so cloudy I have to take vitamin D pills.
Males are darker than females in every race.
Dark is a marker for masculinity, blonde for femininity.  
I often see females get all excited at my dark color. 
I am so dark I was classified as a Latino or Indian in New Mexico and California into high school.
Caused me getting tracked into some easy classes until science teacher said I was the smartest student he ever had.
Until winter, foggy weather I become the whitest person - I frighten minorities like I am a ghost.
Some nice girls once asked me to please get some suntan.  
I have never seen anybody change colors as much as me but I heard some of my distant Scandinavian relatives were also chameleons. 
Probably a Sami North Sweden adaptation to dark winters and midnight sun in the summers.
My hair is also unusual - triple the normal number of hairs but very thin, straight hairs.
Opposite of African that is thick, coarse, kinky.  
Straight hair fiber optic collects light reflecting off the snow and channels it into the scalp to make more Vitamin D even if you wear a hat and earmuffs.
I am very different than African and Middle Eastern People. 
Melanin is in your eyes, brain, nerves, etc.  
Light color, blonde is something of a defect leading to various diseases.
Females have to be light skin to make more Vitamin D for baby bones, lactation, etc. 
I live too far north to make enough vitamin D most of the year.
Sun is too weak here. 

Scientists Blow The Lid on Cancer & Sunscreen Myth

According to a June 2014 article featured in The Independent (UK), a major study conducted by researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden found that women who avoid sunbathing during the summer are twice as likely to die as those who sunbathe every day.

The epidemiological study followed 30,000 women for over 20 years and "showed that mortality was about double in women who avoided sun exposure compared to the highest exposure group."

Researchers concluded that the conventional dogma, which advises avoiding the sun at all costs and slathering on sunscreen to minimize sun exposure, is doing more harm than actual good.

That's because overall sun avoidance combined with wearing sunscreen effectively blocks the body's ability to produce vitamin D3 from the sun's UVB rays, which is by far the best form of vitamin D.

In the USA, vitamin D deficiency is at epidemic levels. Ironically, vitamin D deficiency can lead to aggressive forms of skin cancer. A ground-breaking 2011 study published in Cancer Prevention Research suggests that optimal blood levels of vitamin D offers protection against sunburn and skin cancer.

Additionally, vitamin D protects the body from diseases like multiple sclerosis, rickets (in the young), tuberculosis, inflammatory bowel disease, type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus and Sjogren's syndrome.

According to the Vitamin D Council, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham recently reported that "lack of sun exposure may lead to cognitive decline over time."

A dissident dermatologist Bernard Ackerman, MD,was one of the world's foremost authorities on the subject of skin cancer and the sun, sunscreens and melanoma skin cancer risks.

Below are Ackerman's views excerpted from an article in The New York Times (July 20, 2004), titled "I BEG TO DIFFER; A Dermatologist Who's Not Afraid to Sit on the Beach":

The link between melanoma and sun exposure (dermatology's dogma) is unproven.There's no conclusive evidence that sunburns lead to cancer.There is no real proof that sunscreens protect against melanoma.There's no proof that increased exposure to the sun increases the risk of melanoma.

A 2000 Swedish study concluded that higher rates of melanoma occurred in those who used sunscreen versus those who did not.
Sunscreens: Cancer-Causing Biohazards

Elizabeth Plourde, PhD, is a California-based scientist who authored the book Sunscreens – Biohazard: Treat as Hazardous Waste, which extensively documents the serious life-threatening dangers of sunscreens not only to people but to the environment as well.

Dr. Plourde provides proof that malignant melanoma and all other skin cancers increased significantly with ubiquitous sunscreen use over a 30-year period. She emphasizes that many sunscreens contain chemicals that are known carcinogens and endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDC).
 
Environmentally, she notes: "In areas where there has been much exposure to ED [endocrine disrupting] chemicals, coral and other sea populations have died off and the prevalence of dual-sexed fish has risen."

Dr. Plourde's research on mice and sunscreen exposure also showed increases in both pup and maternal mortality as well as reproductive issues in subsequent generations.

Additionally, the book documents how sunscreen chemicals have polluted our water sources including oceans, rivers and municipal drinking water. Worse yet, testing revealed that 97% of Americans have sunscreen chemicals in their blood!

Dr. Plourde's book also has a chapter on the importance of vitamin D3 to health, and she posits that the widespread vitamin D3 deficiency is linked to overuse of sunscreen combined with sun avoidance in general.
Sources:

http://www.independent.co.uk
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
http://www.vitamindcouncil.org
http://www.nytimes.com
http://www.faim.org
https://www.vitamindcouncil.org

Credit: "Compelling evidence: Slathering on toxic sunscreen and avoiding the sun could jeopardize your health and shorten your life," from naturalnews.com, by Paul Fassa

Saturday, June 20, 2015

lakes rising. people swimming in dirty water, 20,000 gallons per second.

it quit raining yesterday but the lakes are still rising, supposedly 4 more feet today.
Sun came out and temp jumped to 90.  
It was in the 70s for several days.
Met a blonde half Swedish 19 year old girl in a bikini.  
She went ahead and jumped in the lake all alone although when the lake gets full it gets picks up a lot of bacteria.
I feel bad not swimming as I am a good swimmer but those bacteria are often fatal.  
I never wore nose plugs - the bacteria get into your nose and attack your brain.
We have fatalities, especially children.  
Very deep water there too, before the dam.  400 feet?
They are letting 20,000 gallons per second of water flow thru the dam spillways.
A waste of electricity but they need to keep lake levels down for flood protection - more rain can come anytime.


Thursday, June 18, 2015

Jew President USA? Vermont Senator Barry Sanders

This Jew makes sense - the best Jew politician since Barry Goldwater who my parents voted for in 1964.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernie_Sanders

Economics[edit]

Income and wealth inequality[edit]

A cornerstone of Sanders campaign is to fight the decreasing income of the middle class and the increasing of wealth inequality:

" What we have seen is that while the average person is working longer hours for lower wages, we have seen a huge increase in income and wealth inequality, which is now reaching obscene levels. This is a rigged economy, which works for the rich and the powerful, and is not working for ordinary Americans … You know, this country just does not belong to a handful of billionaires. "

Taxes[edit]

Sanders supports repeal of some of the tax deductions that benefit hedge funds and corporations, and would raise taxes on capital gains and the wealthiest two percent of Americans. He would use the added revenues to lower the taxes of the middle and lower classes.[83]

Wall Street reform[edit]

On May 6, 2015, Sanders introduced legislation to break up "too big to fail" financial institutions. With three of the four banks that were bailed out during the 2007–08 Global Financial Crisis now larger than they were then, Sanders believes that "no single financial institution should have holdings so extensive that its failure would send the world economy into crisis. If an institution is too big to fail, it is too big to exist."[84][85]

Trade[edit]

Sanders is opposed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, which he has called "a continuation of other disastrous trade agreements, like NAFTA, CAFTA, and permanent normal trade relations with China." He has said he believes Americans need to rebuild their own manufacturing base by utilizing American factories and supporting decent-paying jobs for American labor rather than outsourcing to China and other countries.[83][86]

Jobs[edit]

Sanders has introduced amendments to Senate bills (S.Amendt.323) that promote the creation of millions of middle-class jobs by investing in our nation's infrastructure and are paid for by closing loopholes in the corporate and international tax system.[87]

Paid leave[edit]

Sanders points to statistics that show that the United States is the only advanced economy that does not guarantee its workers some form of paid family, paid sick, or vacation time, and that there are significant disparities among the types of workers who have access to paid sick and paid vacation time. As an example, he notes that over 77 percent of management, business, and financial operations workers have access to paid leave, while just 36 percent of construction workers and only 50 percent of employees who earn $540 per week do, as opposed to 83 percent of workers earning more than $1,200 per week.[88][89]

Sanders's Guaranteed Paid Vacation Act (S.1564) would provide 10 days of paid vacation for employees who have worked for an employer for at least one year. He is cosponsoring a Senate bill that would give mothers and fathers 12 weeks of paid family leave to care for a baby. It would also allow workers to take the same amount of paid time off if they are diagnosed with cancer or have other serious medical conditions or to take care of family members who are seriously ill. And Sanders has cosponsored a bill that would guarantee workers at least seven paid sick days per year for short-term illness, routine medical care, or care for a sick family member.

Sanders pitches these proposals as his "family values" agenda, in an effort to counter the Christian right's use of the term.[88]

Environment[edit]

Global warming[edit]

Sanders considers global warming a serious problem.[16] In a speech on the Senate floor on July 26, 2012, Sanders addressed claims made by fellow Senator Jim Inhofe: "The bottom line is when Senator Inhofe says global warming is a hoax, he is just dead wrong, according to the vast majority of climate scientists."[90] He was Climate Hawks Vote's top-rated senator on climate leadership in the 113th Congress.[91]

Along with Senator Barbara Boxer, Sanders introduced the Global Warming Pollution Reduction Act of 2007 on January 15, 2007. The measure would have provided funding for research and development on geologic sequestration of carbon dioxide; set emissions standards for new vehicles and a renewable fuels requirement for gasoline beginning in 2016; established energy efficiency and renewable portfolio standards beginning in 2008 and low-carbon electric generation standards beginning in 2016 for electric utilities; and required periodic evaluations by the National Academy of Sciences to determine whether emissions targets are adequate.[92]

Nuclear energy[edit]

Following the 2011 Japanese nuclear accidents, Sanders called for a moratorium on the licensing of new nuclear plants and re-licensing of existing ones, in an effort to slow down what has been touted as a nuclear renaissance in the United States.[93] Sanders wrote to President Barack Obama asking for him to appoint a special commission to review the safety of U.S. nuclear plants. Sanders also wants to repeal a federal law that he says leaves the taxpayers to pick up most of the costs of a major nuclear accident. He says, "in a free-enterprise system, the nuclear industry should be required to insure itself against accidents."[93]

Transparency and corruption[edit]

Campaign finance[edit]

Sanders supports the DISCLOSE Act, which would make campaign finances more transparent and ban U.S. corporations controlled by foreign interests from making political expenditures.[94] He has been extremely outspoken in calling for an overturn of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in which the Supreme Court ruled McCain-Feingold restrictions on political spending by corporations and unions to be a violation of the First Amendment.[17] Saying that he believes that the Citizens United decision is "one of the Supreme Court's worst decisions ever" and that it has allowed big money to "deflect attention from the real issues" facing voters,[95] he has proposed a constitutional amendment to overturn the ruling.[96] He warns: "We now have a political situation where billionaires are literally able to buy elections and candidates."[97]

Media reform[edit]

Sanders has been a leader in calling for media reform and opposes increased concentration of ownership of media outlets,[98] as well as being a contributing author for OpEdNews.[99] He appeared in Orwell Rolls in His Grave and Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism, two documentaries on the subject.[100]

Foreign policy and national security[edit]

Israeli-Palestinian conflict[edit]

On March 3, 2015, Sanders was the first senator to decline to attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress.[101] He said that the address, arranged without consultation with President Obama, improperly interfered with the President's role. He also argued that it was inappropriate for Netanyahu to use the U.S. Congress for his own political purposes so close to the Israeli legislative election.[102] After the speech, Sanders released a statement supporting the Obama administration's diplomatic effort to address Iran's nuclear program and regretting that Netanyahu's speech did not offer "any serious alternatives" to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.[102] Sanders has said, "I am not a great fan of President Netanyahu" and "I think in that region, sadly, on both sides, I don't think we have the kind of leadership that we need."[103]

In 2014, Sanders said that Israel had "overreacted" in its response to Palestinian missile attacks, but at the same time noted that Hamas was firing missiles into Israel from "populated areas." He concluded: "This is a very depressing and difficult issue. This has gone on for 60 bloody years. If you're asking me, do I have a magical solution? I don't. And you know what, I doubt very much that you do."[104] Sanders did not sign on to the Senate Resolution in support of Operation Protective Edge, a military operation Israel launched on July 8, 2014.[104] A statement published on his Senate website read in part: "Sanders believes the Israeli attacks that killed hundreds of innocent people – including many women and children – in bombings of civilian neighborhoods and UN controlled schools, hospitals, and refugee camps were disproportionate, and the widespread killing of civilians is completely unacceptable. Israel's actions took an enormous human toll, and appeared to strengthen support for Hamas and may well be sowing the seeds for even more hatred, war and destruction in future years."[105]

Surveillance[edit]

Sanders has long been critical of U.S. government surveillance policies. He voted against the USA PATRIOT Act and all of its renewals and has characterized the National Security Agency as "out of control." He has frequently criticized warrantless wiretappingand the collection of the phone, email, library, and internet browsing records of American citizens without due process:[21]

" In my view, the NSA is out of control and operating in an unconstitutional manner. I worry very much about kids growing up in a society where they think 'I'm not going to talk about this issue, read this book, or explore this idea because someone may think I'm a terrorist.' That is not the kind of free society I want for our children. "

Veterans[edit]

Sanders won the 2014 Col. Arthur T. Marix Congressional Leadership Award from the Military Officers Association of America for his leadership in support of veterans.[106] Sanders introduced the Veterans' Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2013 (S. 893; 113th Congress) into the Senate on May 8, 2013.[107] The bill would increase the disability compensation rate for American veterans and their families.[108] Sanders co-wrote, with Senator John McCain, the Veterans' Access to Care through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act of 2014, a bill intended to reform the United States Department of Veterans Affairs in response to the Veterans Health Administration scandal of 2014.[109]

Education[edit]

Child care and education[edit]

Drawing figures from a recent report that ranks the U.S. 33rd out of 36 nations in reading literacy, 27th in mathematical literacy, 22nd in science literacy, and 18th overall in secondary education, Sanders has said, "In a society with our resources, it is unconscionable to that we do not properly invest in our children from the very first stages of their lives". He has introduced legislation to provide child care and early education to all children six weeks old through kindergarten. Sanders believes that "the Foundations for Success Act would provide preschool children with a full range of services, leading to success in school and critical support for hard-pressed families nationwide."[88][89][110]

College funding[edit]
Sanders is in favor of public funding for college students. He believes "we live in a highly competitive global economy and, if our economy is to be strong, we need the best-educated work force in the world." He further maintains that many other developed nations in Western Europe have long taken this approach to higher education. Sanders expects his plan to meet strong opposition from the Republican Party, but says it is ultimately "the American people" who will determine its failure or success.[111] On May 19, 2015, Sanders introduced the College for All Act (S.1373), which would use a Robin Hood tax of 50 cents on every "$100 of stock trades on stock sales" to fund tuition at four-year colleges and universities for students who meet admission standards.[112][113][114]In addition, the Robin Hood tax would include a .5% speculation fee to be charged on investment houses, hedge funds, and other stock trades. Additionally, a .1% fee would be charged on bonds, and a .005% fee will be charged on derivatives.[115]

Health care[edit]

Sanders is a staunch supporter of a universal health care system, and has said, "If you are serious about real healthcare reform, the only way to go is single-payer."[116] Sanders advocates lowering the cost of drugs that are high because they remain under patent for years; some drugs that cost thousands of dollars per year in the U.S. are available for hundreds, or less, in countries where they can be obtained as generics.[117]

NARAL Pro-Choice America has given Sanders a 100% score on his pro-choice voting record.[118]

Social issues[edit]

Criminal justice reform[edit]

Noting that there are more people incarcerated in the U.S. than any country in the world--at a cost to taxpayers of 70 billion a year--Sanders believes that the money spent to incarcerate Americans would be better spent on education and jobs. Sanders has spoken out against police brutality and the uneven rates of arrest of African-Americans and other minorities: "From Ferguson to Baltimore and across this nation, too many African-Americans and other minorities find themselves subjected to a system that treats citizens who have not committed crimes as if they were criminals and that is unacceptable."[119]

LGBT[edit]

In the House, Sanders voted against the Defense of Marriage Act.[120] As the Supreme Court took up the issue of gay marriage, Sanders issued a statement on his website reaffirming his support, saying gay Americans in every state should be allowed to marry: "Of course all citizens deserve equal rights. It's time for the Supreme Court to catch up to the American people and legalize gay marriage."[121]

Immigration[edit]

Sanders voted for the comprehensive immigration reform bill in 2013,[122] saying, "It does not make a lot of sense to me to bring hundreds of thousands of [foreign] workers into this country to work for minimum wage and compete with [Americans]." Sanders opposes guest worker programs[123] and is also skeptical about skilled immigrant (H-1B) visas, saying, "Last year, the top 10 employers of H-1B guest workers were all offshore outsourcing companies. These firms are responsible for shipping large numbers of American information technology jobs to India and other countries."[124]

Church and state[edit]

Sanders is rated by Americans United for Separation of Church and State as strongly in favor of the separation of church and state.[125]

Personal life[edit]

Sanders is married to Jane O'Meara Driscoll, a former president of Burlington College; he has one child and three stepchildren.[29][126][127] His brother, Larry Sanders, was a Green Party County Councillor representing the East Oxford division on Oxfordshire County Council, in England, until his retirement in 2013.[128][129][130] Larry ran as a Green Party candidate for Oxford West and Abingdon in the 2015 general election and came in fifth.[131][132]

Religion[edit]

Sanders has said he is "proud to be Jewish," but "not particularly religious."[3] Sanders credits his Jewish identity with teaching him "in a very deep way what politics is about," explaining that "a guy named Adolf Hitler won an election in 1932. He won an election, and 50 million people died as a result of that election in World War II, including 6 million Jews. So what I learned as a little kid is that politics is, in fact, very important."[3]

Sanders has frequently expressed admiration for Pope Francis, saying: "the leader of the Catholic Church is raising profound issues. It is important that we listen to what he has said." On social media Sanders often quotes Francis on economic issues and has described him as "incredibly smart and brave."[133][134]

Charleston Shooter Was on Drug Linked to Violent Outbursts Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!

Of course, he was on drugs - they all are.
Guns, traffic accidents, diseases of all sorts,… drugs are often the culprit.
That is the design.
Dumb down the population and keep them killing and maiming each other, or overdosing or getting AIDS or hep C from needles.
Add to that junk food to cause Alzheimers, cancer, hear disease, arthritis,…
Beg for Obamacare, medicaid, insurance,…
I read bags of heroin for $4 in Vermont, NY last summer.
4 pounds of sugar is cheaper than that around here.
Can't stop deflation if it serves the powers that be.

Helps the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.


> Lothar wrote:
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> http://www.infowars.com/charleston-shooter-was-on-drug-linked-to-violent-outbursts/
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> CHARLESTON SHOOTER WAS ON DRUG LINKED TO VIOLENT OUTBURSTS
> Dylann Storm Roof was taking habit-forming drug suboxone
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> by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | JUNE 18, 2015
> 53224190
> Charleston shooter Dylann Storm Roof was reportedly taking a drug that has been linked with sudden outbursts of violence, fitting the pattern of innumerable other mass shooters who were on or had recently come off pharmaceutical drugs linked to aggression.
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> According to a CBS News report, earlier this year when cops searched Roof after he was acting suspiciously inside a Bath and Body Works store, they found "orange strips" that Roof told officers was suboxone, a narcotic that is used to treat opiate addiction.
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> Suboxone is a habit-forming drug that has been connected with sudden outbursts of aggression.
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> A user on the MD Junction website relates how her husband "became violent, smashing things and threatening me," after just a few days of coming off suboxone.
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> Another poster on the Drugs.com website tells the story of how his personality completely changed as a result of taking suboxone.
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> The individual relates how he became "nasty" and "violent" just weeks into taking the drug, adding that he would "snap" and be mean to people for no reason.
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> Another poster reveals how his son-in-law "completely changed on suboxone," and that the drug sent him into "self-destruct mode."
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> A user named 'Jhalloway' also tells the story of how her husband's addiction to suboxone was "ruining our life."
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> A poster on a separate forum writes about how he became "horribly aggressive" towards his partner after taking 8mg of suboxone.
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> A website devoted to horror stories about the drug called SubSux.com also features a post by a woman whose husband obtained a gun and began violently beating his 15-year-old son after taking suboxone.
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> According to a Courier-Journal report, suboxone "is increasingly being abused, sold on the streets and inappropriately prescribed" by doctors. For some users, it is even more addictive than the drugs it's supposed to help them quit.
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> As we previously highlighted, virtually every major mass shooter was taking some form of SSRI or other pharmaceutical drug at the time of their attack, including Columbine killer Eric Harris, 'Batman' shooter James Holmes and Sandy Hook gunman Adam Lanza.
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> As the website SSRI Stories profusely documents, there are literally hundreds of examples of mass shootings, murders and other violent episodes that have been committed by individuals on psychiatric drugs over the past three decades.
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> Pharmaceutical giants who produce drugs like Zoloft, Prozac and Paxil spend around $2.4 billion dollars a year on direct-to-consumer television advertising every year. By running negative stories about prescription drugs, networks risk losing tens of millions of dollars in ad revenue, which is undoubtedly one of the primary reasons why the connection is habitually downplayed or ignored entirely.
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> FOLLOW Paul Joseph Watson @ https://twitter.com/PrisonPlanet
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> Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com
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> Big Pharma will never admit to this! Ever!
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> Ever wonder what will happen to all of the people on these drugs in a complete economic collapse?
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> You will have people literally freaking out without warning! So glad my government is looking out for me!
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> No, no, no. It's not the pharmaceuticals fault, or the dumba$$ shooter, it's the gun's fault. Those things apparently have minds of their own.
>
> .....murder and Obama's plan is not to address the problem of Big Pharma but to ban guns since that has worked so well in Chicago and New York - Oh wait - the answer is the liberal's standard answer for failure - "we did not do enough of it" How stupid is the American electorate
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> So, the 'doping of America' is working exactly as planned. Use one to serve the other-(psych dope to cause grounds for 2nd amendment restrictions) and we finally see yet another of Hegel's Loops close on cue.
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> Because they want to blame it on people owning guns. Never mind that 98% are responsible gun owners. But don't give guns to psych drug patients, a deadly combination. Too many young people are on psych drugs today and they commit these horrific crimes.
> Taking guns away from the population that obeys the law is not the answer. I wish someone in that church would have had a gun.
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> Why does this clear act of TERRORISM he treated as "a troubled youth"? Complete media bullshit bias. This kid is a TERRORIST. He single handedly killed more people than the Boston marathon bomber. Think about that for a minute.
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> Peace, Lothar

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

storm coming, looked at house on 2 acres

I drove several hours to see a house on 2 acres in slightly remote area but on-grid with great highway access. 
Beautiful areas in the Ozark forest, hilly, rugged, quaint small towns such as Reeds Spring. 
Light rain to heavy rain most of the time, no sun.
Tonight the main storm arrives, around 8 inches of rain.
Lakes already quite full.
There will be flooding.
I see lightning already.  
Monett had cheaper gas prices for some reason.  
3 tall blonde teen girls working in the gas station / pizza shop.
Surprising as the town is one third Mexicans working in chicken slaughter houses. 


Apple osx ios security catastrophe Indiana University Re: report.pdf - Google Drive

Lothar,

Thanks for this article, a terrible discovery by 6 Chinamen at Indiana University. It is probably correct but I did not read the details yet. I would have thought this attack would not be possible. Points to serious problem somewhere in the operating system. Apple supposedly is more secure than Microsoft and that is probably still true. But millions of criminals have a new way to attack Apple users. They may be able to fix this problem this summer before the next release of the operating systems.

USA needs to move all banking and financial work onto small simple device such as Raspberry Pi $30 that is too simple to Hack, simplified Linux operating system. Size of credit card easy to hide when not in use. Plugs into your TV.

> On Jun 17, 2015, at 1:58 PM, Lothar wrote:
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> https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxxXk1d3yyuZOFlsdkNMSGswSGs/view
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> Peace, Lothar

Sunday, June 14, 2015

In Depth Analysis: Bilderberg 2015 - The Alex Jones Show - 06/10/2015

Bilderberg is rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
The 2008 financial crisis showed that even the best and brightest can go bankrupt.  
It was not even a crisis, it was just stupid management and regulation.
The crises are still in the future - get off the grid and self-sufficient in food, water, medical care,...
There are too many people in the world.  
A small blip can kill billions and immobilize most or all of the world economy. 
 Bill Gates is right to be afraid of pandemics.
Even a few sick people is slowing the Korea economy today.
There are many SHTF scenarios as we have discussed.
The California drought is minor and may reverse soon.
Water evaporates constantly and has to rain down somewhere.
We are raining several times per day.
Lots of sun, high around 83 and low around 70 every day.
But big black clouds all over the place.  
They suddenly appear, rain, and then blow away.
Yesterday I thought the rain was over so I rolled down windows and went into a store.
15 minutes later a downpour got car interior all wet and I had to run thru the rain to roll windows back up.
At least no lightning.  Lots of rainbows.  

 Lothar wrote:

Check out this video on YouTube:....... At Gerald Celente it is getting excellent !!!

http://youtu.be/0dO7NKa6a6s

Peace, Lothar


Thursday, June 11, 2015

sunny day on the lake: Ride the Ducks

WWII style amphibious equipment "Ride the Ducks" is a popular attraction in Branson Missouri,
Began in Branson 1977 now all over USA.
Dozens painted all sorts of different color schemes.
Old style is often better.
Mechanical does not have electronics that can burn out.
I often use a wind-up watch or avoid wearing a watch.
Mechanical watch does not emit electromagnetic radiation that might cause health problems.  
I don't have a TV (they emit rays and are mostly junk entertainment and ads for drugs, junk food and fossil fuel devices.)  

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

warming up to summer

Finally we are getting into the 80s on a regular basis and some days no rain.
Water everywhere, cool and wet all year until this week.  
Today some big white clouds in the distance every direction but most stayed away. 
Green trees pumping oxygen into the air.  
Tourists everywhere.
I get up early, 1 cup of coffee, and get everything done as early as possible before too crowded.
I took this photo at the marina before the crowds arrived for the many water sports, cruises, paragliding,…
If they used rowboats instead of motorboats they would not be so fat. 




Monday, June 8, 2015

credit security freeze

I froze my credit file 10 years ago.

I don't apply for credit anyway.

If you are not going to apply for a loan you are better off with a security freeze.

If you later want a loan or want to rent an apartment then unfreeze your file for a few days.

I also write the credit bureaus every 4 months to get my free annual credit report, using real paper and envelope and stamp.

Long article on the site:

http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/06/how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-embrace-the-security-freeze/

A security freeze essentially blocks any potential creditors from being able to view or "pull" your credit file, unless you affirmatively unfreeze or thaw your file beforehand.

With a freeze in place on your credit file, ID thieves can apply for credit in your name all they want, but they will not succeed in getting new lines of credit in your name because few if any creditors will extend that credit without first being able to gauge how risky it is to loan to you (i.e., view your credit file).

And because each credit inquiry caused by a creditor has the potential to lower your credit score, the freeze also helps protect your score, which is what most lenders use to decide whether to grant you credit when you truly do want it and apply for it.

Q: What's involved in freezing my credit file?

A: Freezing your credit involves notifying each of the major credit bureaus that you wish to place a freeze on your credit file.

This can usually be done online, but in a few cases you may need to contact one or more credit bureaus by phone or in writing.

Once you complete the application process, each bureau will provide a unique personal identification number (PIN) that you can use to unfreeze or "thaw" your credit file in the event that you need to apply for new lines of credit sometime in the future.

Depending on your state of residence and your circumstances, you may also have to pay a small fee to place a freeze at each bureau.

There are four consumer credit bureaus, including Equifax, Experian, Innovis and Trans Union.

Q: How much is the fee, and how can I know whether I have to pay it?

A: The fee ranges from $0 to $15 per bureau, meaning that it can cost upwards of $60 to place a freeze at all four credit bureaus (recommended).

However, in most states, consumers can freeze their credit file for free at each of the major credit bureaus if they also supply a copy of a police report and in some cases an affidavit stating that the filer believes he/she is or is likely to be the victim of identity theft. In many states, that police report can be filed and obtained online.

The fee covers a freeze as long as the consumer keeps it in place.

Equifax has a decent breakdown of the state laws and freeze fees/requirements.

Q: What's involved in unfreezing my file?

A: The easiest way to unfreeze your file for the purposes of gaining new credit is to spend a few minutes on the phone with the company from which you hope to gain the line of credit (or perhaps research the matter online) to see which credit bureau they rely upon for credit checks.

Monday, June 1, 2015

UCLA dementia Alzheimers: prevent, reverse. All degenerative diseases?

Free interview download, no book yet. He identifies 36 chemicals that need to be optimized after 36 years of research. It works in his practice rather dramatically. Nowadays more chemicals are being discovered and can be measured to design treatment for individual cases. Most degenerative diseases caused by chemical imbalances. The problem is to figure out which chemicals and how to measure them. You can have 35 chemicals ok but number 36 wrong so still get sick. There are thousands of chemicals. Most people have hundreds of chemicals in disequilibrium so are suffering from a variety of ills whether they know it or not.


http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2015/05/28/show-994-learn-how-one-doctor-is-reversing-alzheimers/

Alzheimer's disease is a prospect as frightening to many of us as cancer, and with poor treatment options. Most of the costly medications used in treating this type of dementia do little more than delay its progression by a few weeks or months. The idea that anything might be done to turn back the ravages of this memory robber has seemed an impossible dream.

Optimizing Multiple Factors for Cognitive Recovery

Now, however, research shows that a novel, multi-faceted approach may be able to reverse cognitive decline. Nine of the first ten patients on this comprehensive, personalized therapeutic program have shown improvement not only on the markers of inflammation underlying Alzheimer's disease, but also have had lasting improvement in measures of memory and ability to function and reason. What are the elements and lessons of this therapeutic system?

This radio program airs at 7:00 am EDT on May 30, 2015. You will not want to miss it. Let friends and family know that this could be a game changer for people concerned about cognitive function. Find a radio station near you or stream the audio live from a station that airs the show. Here is a link to all our participating stations. And if you live in an area where no public radio stations carry The People's Pharmacy, please ask the program director to consider carrying the show. It is currently free to all public radio broadcasters.

This Week's Guest:

Dale Bredesen, MD, is the Augustus Rose Professor of Neurology and Director of the Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer's Disease Research at UCLA. He is also Director of Neurodegenerative Disease Research at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and Founding President and CEO of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato, CA. His research has been published in the journal Aging(Sept. 27, 2014), and in EMBO Molecular Medicine (May 23, 2013) on next generation therapeutics for reversing Alzheimer's disease. Here is a presentation he gave to the California State Assembly.

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