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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

HDR Teleporter

Steven Gibbs says the HDR can be used as teleporter so that people move through space as well as time. This function is hush hush because he says that it moves people vortex to vortex, not point to point and is inaccurate so you could land hundreds of miles from your target.

Still, people should know all abot the HDR and how it is being use. I must say that hearing about teleporters was not what I would have imagined.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Aptera electric car in production?

And now we see the Aptera electric car is close to production. It has a range of 120 miles and costs only three dollars to recharge. This makes its cost per mile on of the lowest. The Aptera is a futuristic automobile of tomorrow that has only three wheels and the driver must have a motorcycle license.

Perhaps soon we will have electric cars on the street. I feel that on many timelines the electric car is used as transportation, but using astral time travel have seen that most cars in the future still use gasoline.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

WALL-E eva

Here is something interesting that I noticed, in the movie WALL-E which takes place over 800 years in the future, 2815 to be exact, we see robot probe droids like the flying eve are OK, but the humans have evolved into fat blobs of goo. The last captain of the axoim, known as Brian McCrea is so fat and lazy that he cannot even stand up.

Each captain got more fat and lazy as time went by until now the last captain is so lazy that he does nothing exept give morning announcements and he does not even do that unless reminded by the autopilot. Here is a list of captains of the axiom from the movie WALL-E.

Friday, July 25, 2008

Future of Ford

Ford 's future is grim as it faces potential bankruptcy. Not only are sales of large vehicles down, but the company does not have the money to retool its factories to compete and we see a crossroads as the company must decide its path.

The road ahead for Ford is filled with potholes as it sheds the big SUV and pickup truck to focus on small energy efficient cars. Perhaps there is time if it acts now, but if it waits Ford will join the scrap heap of failed automotive enterprises.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Steven Gibbs working hard

Steven Gibbs has been busy building HDR units. He just ordered two more one thousand foot spools of 21' gauge copper magnet wire to build the electromagnets. Yesterday he told me that he is so backed up that if a person calls him today, the unit will not go out until September.

He sold his farm in Nebraska and retired. The one joy in his life has been inventing things and building electronics. Stay tuned, Patricia Ress in coming out with a new book on Steven Gibbs.

Monday, July 21, 2008

New Bird Species?

Scientist discover a new bird species in the mountains of Vermont. This is most odd, but it could have come thru a time hole from the future. While science may scoff, or blame climate change, the emergence of a new species suddenly is enough to give us pause...

Whre did these strange birds come from?

Sunday, July 20, 2008

HDR clones?

Steven Gibbs sats that poorly made Hyper Dimensional Resonator replica or HDR clone units are being sold to poor people. These units typically are cheap and do not work well. People later complain about poor workmanship. Steven Gibbs says that when building an HDR you must test every single component to make sure it is working well.

For example if the 15K resistor is only doing 13,000 ohms of resistance the wave harmonic is wrong. All the parts must be in top shape. The old sonic resonator used a 10K ohm resistor and it did not work as well as the HDR. Also, he told me yesterday that if you use a cheap lamp in the HDR it burns out fast...

The lamp is easy to replace, but it is a hassle to desolder and resolder so it is better to use a more expensive lamp in the HDR for the "on/off" light. If the lamp burns out, Steven Gibbs told me yesterday that the witness well does not work.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Inflation roars

US now has the worst inflation since 91 thanks to rising price of oil and that triggered a rise in food prices. High oil causes gasoline to go up which causes more corn to be turned into ethanol. This and floods which reduced the corn crop have made the grains super expensive, and we know that corn is used in animal feed so now eggs and milk are more expensive.

I predicted that high prices and inflation would start to affect people before the end of this decade and here it is. The high price of oil did cause items made of oil like plastic to become more expensive and it makes transportation for items more expensive.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Electric cars?

What went wrong with the electric car? Thomas Edison had an electric car back in 1913, however the technology never broke out into the open. It was cheaper back then to use gasoline, but now 8 cents a kilowatt/hour is the equivalent of about 30 cents a gallon for gasoline so the electric option is much better.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Barium Oxide Bar Magnet

When I first got an HDR it was hard to make the watch spin, but by adding a barium oxide bar magnet to the end of the electromagnet, I had better results. This was great luck for me as the works better with the magnet.

It was Steven Gibbs that sent me the barium oxide bar magnet that I now use with the HDR. Many of my time travel experiments use the magnet. I hope to post more videos soon.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Big Bank in trouble

Wachovia is the 4th largest bank in the US. Today a new CEO started and today the stock hit a 17 year low. Let us be honest - things are bad, real bad. There are rumours that the bank could go BANKrupt.

The new CEO robert Steel has his work cut out for him. STEAL, interesting name for a banker...

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Is WALL-E a rogue robot?

In the future there androids and robots. Most were human looking, not rogue robots or the mecha of anime. Although some small industrial models look like WALL-E, I did not see any robots like the eve probe. The egg shaped eve reminded me of the coffins in 2001 a space ODDessy.

Sunday, July 06, 2008

High gas prices ahead

GM says it had a dramatic reduction in sales of SUV trucks, so they want to shift production to microcars like the Chevy Beat which gets 40mpg and costs about 10k. This is a good idea since the Middle East is in trouble.

Personally, I see the possibility of an iranian invasion very soon. This could trigger six dollar a gallon gasoline. We could soon see the end of life as we know it.

corn crisis

Corn could hit $10/bushel this year due to flooding and production of ethanol. The corn crisis is important because milk and eggs are produced via feeding corn mash to livestock. Already corn is at a record high $7.58/bushel and rumour of it hitting 10 growing louder.

I predicted empty shelves on grocery stores in the future using Steven Gibbs HDR. Get ready for a combo of world hunger and food shortages.

Friday, July 04, 2008

Biofuels cause world hunger

Biofuels cause food crisis in poor countries because people do not have money to buy grain. This year 25% of our corn crop is going for ethanol, and 20% was detroyed by floods, and now we are seeing record prices for grains.

Farmers planted extra corn due to high prices using land normally resewrve for other grains like wheat and oats. The problem is that corn is sensitive to standing water and entire fields were wiped out by one of the worst floods in history.

The reason corn was planted was that ethanol production did cause an increase in price. It is estimated that high fuel costs such as diesel oil contribute 15% to price increase, while ethanol production 75%. Make fuel out of food is bad for the world, and I have predicted empty grocery store shelves in the future.

Thursday, July 03, 2008

HDR unit complete

Steven Gibbs finished his Hyper Dimensional Resonator - HDR unit and is sending it out. Pictures of the new 2009 model will soon be posted on HDRusers. This unit has the latest advances in hyperdimensional technology. Checkout the HDRKID blog for more information.