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 on: June 12, 2019, 07:32:46 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
I got behind schedule this week. I hope to catch up today. Okay, I'm caught up now below.

 on: June 03, 2019, 08:15:28 am 
Started by White Mountain Joe - Last post by White Mountain Joe
Hello (prospective) Free Staters,

I’ve posted this elsewhere in the forum but thought this section would be more suitable....

I have followed the FSP for over 10 years, I signed up about 3-4 years ago and am very keen to finally make the move. I am a citizen of the Netherlands and unfortunately I have neither US citizenship or residency. For the last 3 years running I have applied to the Diversity Immigrant Visa program (aka the green card lottery) and I have looked into various other ways of obtaining an immigrant visa, including employment and family sponsored visas, but so far no luck.

Recently I have come across the possibility to obtain an E-2 visa. Strictly speaking this is a non-immigrant visa however it can be extended indefinitely as long as certain conditions are met. I am very interested exploring this option because I believe it might actually give me the opportunity to finally move to the US and more specifically New Hampshire.

So, in short, I am looking for advice from anyone who has experience with the E-2 visa programme.

Thank you in advance!


 on: June 03, 2019, 08:11:58 am 
Started by CHFWfree - Last post by White Mountain Joe
Hi Christopher,

A fellow cloggy here. Did you ever end up making the move to NH? If so, which road did you take immigration wise? Happy you made the move?

Een vriendelijke groet,


 on: June 02, 2019, 07:33:19 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Social Security: How you are being conned

Here’s How Mexico Could Respond To Trump’s Tariff Threat


Palestinians say U.S. 'deal of century' will finish off their state...

"free" education sucks

People Are Hiring Private Police Squads in Detroit

"Free Speech Rules,"

First Amendment Limits Media Liability for Inducing Breach of Nondisclosure Agreement

Trump's Plan to Force Mexico to Lock In its Own People

Orwellian Future: Facial Recognition & Mass Surveillance Is Coming To U.S. Schools

How To Escape The Globalist System

Street Level Surveillance: Top 4 Ways They’re Spying on You

Everyday Activism: Little Effort, Big Results

Mexico tariffs would constitute the biggest U.S. tax hike in 30 years

Solving the Homeless Situation in American Cities

Cop Indicted After Horrifying Video Shows Him Beating Homeless Woman With a Baton

Cops Restrain Man and Then Torture Him

Very Large Group of African Migrants Wade Across the Rio Grande Into US

Brett Kavanaugh Flunks His First Test

Muslim BBC reporter gets triggered by Danish based politician

tranny suicides: Large meta study proves more hormones, more surgery = more suicide

Vaccinated Kids Have a Higher Rate of Sickness, 470% Increase in Autism

Lab owner falsified results so CPS can kidnap kids

UN admits that the Paris climate deal was a fraud

German 'blogger of the year' invented her 'Jewish' family history

Woman breathalyzed by police in her own home wins court challenge against Trudeau's new driving laws

Denmark: based lawyer schools retarded muslima BBC reporter on free speech rights including burning the koran

 on: June 02, 2019, 06:20:47 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


New power supply unit lets electrical devices live longer

Release of solar panel dataset helps cities make power grids more safe, reliable

New aqueous electrochemical energy storage battery could pave the way for grid-scale energy storage

New organic flow battery brings decomposing molecules back to life

Winter could pose solar farm 'ramping' snag for power grid

New traffic light system automatically recognizes pedestrians' intent to cross the road

Team develops highly flexible high-energy textile lithium battery for wearable electronics

Army project develops agile scouting robots

Replacing diesel with liquefied natural leads to a fuel economy of up to 60%

Fieldwork Robotics completes initial field trials of raspberry harvesting robot system

Chicago winter without a furnace or gas bill: Passive houses

Desalinating water in a greener and more economical way

Direct measurement of the cosmic-ray proton spectrum with the CALET on the ISS

Electric-field-controlled superconductor-ferromagnetic insulator transition

Physicists create stable, strongly magnetized plasma jet in laboratory


The Present Phase of Stagnation in the Foundations of Physics Is Not Normal

Spiral galaxy, Messier 90, is heading our way

Scientists spot 1,800 new supernovae in remarkable discovery using the Subaru Telescope

Astronomers investigate pulsar wind nebula DA 495

Giant planets and comets battling in the circumstellar disk [or planetary disruption debris?] around HD 163296

Evidence of new magnetic transitions in late-type dwarf stars from Gaia DR2

Messier 59 is an elliptical galaxy & does show signs of star formation

Study provides new insights into stellar population and gas outflow in the central region of NGC 1068

NICER's night moves trace the X-ray sky

What's happening to Jupiter's Great Red Spot? Astronomers see unravelling of 400-year-old storm

'Fettuccine' may be most obvious sign of life on Mars, researchers report

First ever solar eclipse film brought back to life

NASA's Curiosity Mars rover finds a clay cache

Ammonia detected on the surface of Pluto, hints at subterranean water

SpaceX satellites could blight the night sky, warn astronomers

Stolen comets and free-floating objects

Peter Brown publishes Taurid threat paper, dusts The Bos

Scientists caught 'adjusting' sea level data to create false impression of rising oceans

how planet’s climate fared when the it was warmer than today

Judith Curry Climate Science Weekly

Pocket of ancient seawater discovered in core samples drilled off Maldives (India)

Could 'soil-free farms' be the solution to the planet's soil crisis?

NASA to form artificial night-time clouds over Marshall Islands to study atmosphere

Scientists detect an ancient rock structure hidden beneath Antartica, shifting the ice

Scientists uncover a trove of genes that behave differently in humans

Trace amounts of extraterrestrial organic matter detected in South African mountain range

Mind-Blowing Marine Ammonite in Tree Resin

"Fast Evolution" in the Duck-Billed Hadrosaur

*Evidence for deposition of 10 million tonnes of impact spherules across four continents 12,800 y ago

Younger Dryas Forensic analysis of ejecta blanket

Ancient Architects recent videos

The Egyptian Links to Electric Catastrophe

Mercury, Son of Jupiter

Brien Foerster


Ice Age Cycles Contradictions - Milankovich? -

Catastrophist Video Channels

 on: May 31, 2019, 02:32:02 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

See Dave Ridley's latest libertarian videos, including Manchester cop standoff left 3 civilians dead (9 videos this week)

Successful “Bitcoin Pizza Day” in Crypto Mecca – 2019

If Trump freed Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, would you vote Trump in 2020?

Death Penalty to End in NH as House & Senate Override Governor’s Veto! HALLEDAMLUJAH!

FSP news on Facebook

Free State Project on Twitter

Dartmouth Challenging Use of Pseudonyms in Class-Action Sexual Abuse Case

Hassan Co-Sponsors Legislation To Stop Surprise Medical Bills

As Student Enrollment Shrinks, DOE Commissioner Urges Realism and School Choice [school = prison]

Child Advocate Says State Needs to Communicate Better With Incarcerated Parents

Senate Committee Backs Independent Redistricting Commission in N.H.

Waste Heat From Berlin Biomass Plant Will Help Grow Hydroponic Greens

Nashua Court Drug Rehab Program

N.H. Small Businesses Join Network To Tout Proximity To Electric Vehicle Chargers

Vermont, N.H. Both Could Delay Marijuana Bills

Tired of Campaign 'Manipulation' N.H. Voters Get Trained in the Art of the Bird Dog

Hampton Schools To Hold Another Forum After Racial Bullying Complaints [Do Unschooling instead]

Somali Asylum-seeker Detained for Over 2 Years Released

Some Water Bills in Southern N.H. Could Rise Under New Tax Code

Boy Scouts And Its N.H. Division Accused of Failing to Stop Sex Abuse

Eversource Plans $7M Battery Storage Demonstration Project In Westmoreland

Who Are New Hampshire's Untapped Workers?

Facing Population Decline, ConVal's Small Town Schools At Center Of Education Debate [Internet School is Best]

Some Say Untapped Workers Are Plentiful, Could Help Ease N.H.'s Labor Shortage

N.H. Senate Passes Three Gun-Related Bills

Legislature Approves Low-Income Solar Bill, With Governor’s Backing

12 Accused of Trying to Sexually Exploit Children Online

Setbacks, And Perseverance, On TED Radio Hour

Buttigieg Says Democrats Need to Focus on Policy, Not Simply Counterpunch With Trump

N.H. Rolls Out New Firewood Rules To Control Spread Of Invasive Beetle

N.H. Sues Makers of PFAS Chemicals for Drinking Water Contamination

ACLU, N.H. Medical Society File Briefs to Block DEA Access to Rx Drug Records

Senate Passes Bill to Rollback Controversial Election Law SB 3

In Another ‘Clean Innovation’ Proposal, Eversource Looks To Low-Income Solar Projects

 on: May 31, 2019, 01:49:44 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Prostitution Next Vice to Be Decriminalized?

Dangers of a World Where "Almost Anyone Can be Arrested for Something"

Where in the Developed World Are Average Workers Most Over-Taxed? [Belgium, Germany, Austria, France, Italy]

Politicians in California Town Wipe Out Jobs and Businesses with Higher Minimum Wage

TSA Changes Policy: CBD Oil Is Now “Allowed” On Planes

First They Came For Your Fingerprints

Journalist Killings, Arrests and Assaults Climb Worldwide as Authoritarianism Spreads

Lots of Data Collected on People – Including You – Using “Smart” Roads and Public Transportation Systems

iPhones Harvest and Transmit Massive Amounts of Data While You Sleep

Luke Rudkowski ‏Detained in Switzerland While Reporting on Bilderberg Meeting Attendee Arrivals

Does the State Care More About Tax Evasion than Murder?

Confronting the Myths about "Arming Teachers"

End School Compulsory-Attendance Laws

Government-Created Monopolies Are Everywhere

Bureaucracy, Legal Immunity, and Prosecutorial Abuse

Nazi-style bloodline obsession to become public policy in Illinois

The History and Results of America’s Disastrous Public School System

Technotyranny: The Iron-Fisted Authoritarianism of the Surveillance State

Delaware Woman Brutally Attacked at Dominican Republic Resort Cautions Vacationers

U.S. Marine Attacked on Border Surveillance Mission

‘Somebody Owes Me Lunch!’: Cops Bet a Sandwich That a Woman Would Kill Herself—Then Let Her Do It

Mom Cries Foul As Cops Say Teen Shot Herself in Mouth While Cuffed Behind Her Back

Cops Deprived Man of Water for 7 Days Until He Died

CPS Forces Couple to Have C-Section to Kidnap Baby After ‘Falsely Accusing Them of Terrorism’

Cop Guilty on Multiple Charges of Repeatedly Raping 5yo Girl—Will NOT Go to Jail

Radical Muslims Suspected In May Attacks On Nigerian Christians

Seattle Doesn't Want You To Have A Big House

Unlike President Donald Trump, Justin Amash Actually Fights Against FISA Surveillance Abuse

Trade Wars Are The 'Enemy Of Growth:'

US Coalition Attacks Syrian Oil Transport Boats On Euphrates River

 on: May 31, 2019, 12:48:38 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

WhatsApp discloses vulnerability that allowed Israeli spyware to be installed on iPhones

New secret-spilling flaw affects almost every Intel chip since 2011

Tester eyes unhackable claim on USB flash drive

Artificial intelligence shines light on the dark web

Here's why your internet may be delivered by a drone someday soon

Researchers imagine a cheaper, fairer marketplace for digital goods

Energy-free superfast computing invented by scientists using light pulses

Meet TOR Browser 8.5 now usable on Android

How to Find Broken Links Online

Protecting children's data privacy in the smart city

Wanted: Digital whizzes to work in agriculture

How young people really feel about digital technology

Living smarter: The interconnected home

You could be unknowingly loading malicious content from 'trusted' sites [esp. via Javascript]

Immersive ethics tool helps developers avoid Internet of Things dystopia

Baltimore says it will not pay ransom after cyberattack

Super-fast broadband may have negative side effects for companies

Influencing energy use behavior through training and gamification

Vulnerability of cloud service hardware uncovered

 on: May 31, 2019, 12:25:54 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Algorithm similar to those used by Netflix and Spotify to recommend content allegedly predicts lethal heart attacks with 90% accuracy

Chinese researchers unveil LED-activated 'bioglue' that seals gushing wounds within seconds

Lasers aim to replace scalpels in cutting-edge biopsy technique

You can grow new brain cells. Here's how

'Seeing' clearer and deeper into live organs

New approach captures detailed mid-infrared images for medical diagnostics

Coca-Cola had 'substantial say' on obesity research it sponsored at USC, report finds

Air pollution may damage 'every organ in the body'

AUDIO: The Dangers of 5G & WiFi

Belgian legal opinion declares imposition of vegan diets on children is unethical; may lead to changes in law

Study shows CBD reduces cravings and anxiety in recovering heroin abusers

Hundreds of respected scientists sound alarm about health effects of 5G networks going up nationwide


New study links Roundup weed killer to liver damage

Those 'healthy' plant-based protein smoothies are full of glyphosate

'My vegan diet brought on early menopause'

Sleeping Pills Get Black Box Warning Following Accidental Deaths

The Secret Ingredients in a Nonorganic Diet Harm You [It's Glyphosate; this woman switched to Organic food and saw dramatic results within weeks]

Why Glucose and Glutamine Restrictions Are Essential in the Treatment of Cancer

Why Calcium Propionate, a manufactured food additive, Is Strongly Linked to Diabetes and Autism

Harmful Effects of Fluoride Continue to Mount

Connecting the Dots — A Statement Opposing Fluoride

Short Film Reveals the Lunacy of Water Fluoridation

Updates on the Lawsuit Against the EPA to Stop Water Fluoridation

Glyphosate contamination is rampant in organic plant-based protein supplements

Glyphosate Is Causing Fatty Liver Disease

Why Chemical Safety Studies Cannot Be Trusted

 on: May 31, 2019, 11:25:58 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Steve, you can try to self-govern yourself, but I expect it'll be more effective as groups try to do it, instead of just individuals.

I just read lately that a major global event about 2300 BC caused a temperature drop of 2 or 3 degrees Centigrade. It also destroyed a large part of the Eastern hemisphere civilization by fire, i.e. many human settlements are found at that level to be thick layers of ashes. And many peoples migrated to new locations because the climate changed and became less hospitable where they had lived. In the Eastern hemisphere the climate generally got worse, while in the Western it got better mostly. The Sahara and the Middle East got very dry at that time. Moe Mandelkehr wrote a few books about all that. He concluded that the Taurid meteor stream likely had a large comet or bodies that hit Earth and produced high atmospheric dust that lowered the albedo and the average temperature. So the warming we had from the 1930s till about 2000 was only returning us toward the better climates that were experienced before 2300 BC. When global temperatures fall, the ocean levels fall, which allows settlement of more land at low altitudes. When temperature rises, sea levels rise, but ice sheets retreat allowing settlement at higher latitudes. The alarmists probably don't want to hear about such climate history.

Ray Archuleta, Alan Savory and others have been learning and teaching how to improve soil fertility and reduce desertification, so their findings can help humanity to improve climate even if astronomical catastrophes befall the Earth again. But it would be preferable to develop tech that can prevent such catastrophes in the future. Right?

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