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 on: May 22, 2020, 01:31:30 pm 
Started by Tet Omeg - Last post by Tet Omeg

* Ian Harvey, "World Trade Center 7 building did not collapse due to fire: Report", Daily Commercial News (ConstructConnect Canada, Inc.), May 20, 2020, , , .

Below is the report referred to in the above news article, of which report was made possible by a grant from Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth ( ):

* J. Leroy Hulsey, Zhili Quan and Feng Xiao, "A Structural Reevaluation of the Collapse of World Trade Center 7--Final Report", Institute of Northern Engineering (University of Alaska Fairbanks), INE Report 18.17, March 2020, , , .

The following is the University of Alaska Fairbanks webpage for the foregoing report:

* "A Structural Reevaluation of the Collapse of World Trade Center 7", Institute of Northern Engineering (University of Alaska Fairbanks), .

And below is the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth webpage for the above report:

* "University of Alaska Fairbanks WTC 7 Study", Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, .

 on: May 18, 2020, 04:15:05 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by KDus
The 5G thing is unrelated.
1. Very little is actually deployed.
2. It is very low power
3. It is on the same frequencies that were high power TV for decades.

1. Not true, check coverage maps
Here is at&t.
T mobile.
(And this does not include all of Elon musks 5g satellites above us already.
2. Not true, It’s not the “power” that matters. It’s the wavelength
3. What is a “high power TV”?
Tv “amplifiers” work on much different frequencies and wavelengths. If that is what you are referring too.

Let take this one step further. Check out the places in this list and see if they have 5g
[EDIT] I concede that the 5G services have expanded dramatically since late last year when I met with other broadcast engineers, on the topic.
And, the correlation of the timing is curious.
But, you are wrong on the other points.
TV stations broadcast at 500,000 to 1 MILLION watts, or more. That's high power. That is monumentally different than a few watts or even 100 watts.
TV channels were moved, at great cost, to free up spectrum for 5G. Thus, part of 5G (the part that works) is on the EXACT same frequencies that TV was. (600MHz) The rest isn't different than wi-Fi

 on: May 17, 2020, 02:07:50 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


If only the European countries were Monetarily Sovereign. They could have done so much more.

The Big Lie in economics is: Federal taxpayers fund federal spending

Awful data show US economy is in deep trouble

Coronavirus Is Worsening America’s Grim Fiscal Outlook


COVID-19 and the Future of Educational Freedom

Homeschooling during Self Isolation

Raising Free People TEDx Talk

Planning from Behind: Homeschool Planning

Considering Homeschooling My Pre-Schooler

Once I Started Homeschooling My Four Kids, I’ve Never Looked Back

The School Closures Are a Big Threat to the Power of Public Schools


NH ambush interviews! Remote govt. meetings can't stop 'em
Keene, NH: City official explains why he's essential
NH: Tempers flare in Starbucks breadline as motorists block street lane
NH: Shoe store bans gloves as re-openings begin
NH: Social distance birthday parade sparks intense emotions (Winchester)

Penn Jillette Talking About Possible Move to New Hampshire… if Vegas Dies

Manchester’s Longest Running Crypto Vending Machine Returns to Murphy’s Taproom on Elm St.

The Greatest Heist ever Sold. Corona as a cover for a $2 trillion heist

The Ahmaud Arbery Murder was Faked

Another Word to the Wise. Concerning corona pushback

John Calvin: Did Presbyterianism Have Crypto-Jewish Origins?

Judges Demand Power Over All Children With Fake Constitutional Right To Education

A brief history of the last crisis

The Worst Is Yet to Come: Contact Tracing, Immunity Cards and Mass Testing

Why Sweden’s COVID-19 Strategy Is Quietly Becoming the World’s Strategy

Another week, another governor with a God complex

Ninth Circuit Panel Stays (by 2-1 Vote) Injunction Against California Ammunition Restrictions

Court Suggests That Lockdown Exemptions for Religious Institutions Violate the Establishment Clause

What Lessons Can the Country Learn from California’s Red-Tape Nightmare?

Coronavirus and the Failure of Big Government: A Closer Look at the CDC

Ridiculous and Harmful Wi-Fi Radiation Emitting Tech for Humans and Pets from Cradle-to-Grave

Federal Court Rules Every Drug Dog In Entire State is Unreliable—Will Alert to Nothing Just to Please Master

TSA To Check Passengers’ Temperature At Airports

Vaccines, Corruption, Coverups & Secret Bioweapon Programs

Bill Gates and the Population Control Grid

$138 Million Government Contract Will Fund Production Of 500 Million Pre-Filled COVID-19 Vaccine “Injection Devices”

Regular Americans Are STANDING UP To Tyrannical Cops

Those Who Planned The Enslavement of Mankind Warn Of “A Dark Winter” For Us

The Great Awakening: Our Future Will Be One of Liberty, Freedom, and Peace

An In-Depth Look At American Propaganda, Operation Mockingbird, & Mind Control

‘Plandemic’ Is A Sloppy, Seductive Mess

Angry New Yorkers Demand End To Coronavirus Lockdown

Experts Finally Declare Imperial College Coronavirus Model That Predicted 2.2M Dead In U.S. ‘Totally Unreliable’

Armed Militia Successfully Blocking Cops from Arresting Barber for Defying Lockdown

Extremely Disturbing Video Shows Cops Kidnap Couple Over Peaceful Anti-Gov’t Views

You May Not Understand This Now, But You Must Get Prepared for the Food Shortages That Are Coming

Americans Have Protested Every Day Since Easter Sunday

Your Facebook Friends Are Wrong About the Lockdown

Atwater, California Declares Itself ‘Sanctuary City” for Businesses – Allows Owners to Open

10 Ways a Roadside Police Stop Can Go Wrong

 on: May 17, 2020, 09:18:58 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

New immune system discovery could end chronic organ rejection

Literally Everything They're Telling You About Covid-19 is Wrong

Dynamic electrical stimulation of the visual cortex allows blind and sighted people to 'see' shapes

The well-known hazards of coronavirus vaccines

World-wide nutritional immunity: Why everybody, everywhere is taking vitamin C

Vitamin D deficiency [due to lack of sunlight exposure] determines severity in COVID-19

 on: May 17, 2020, 02:15:43 am 
Started by mothman - Last post by mothman
Would like to home base in Manchester, but not opposed to other locales. Mainly interested in meeting FSPers and a little outdoorsing. It'd be nice to checkout Manchester though.

 on: May 16, 2020, 07:50:21 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Which flying camera?

3-D-printed nuclear reactor promises faster, more economical path to nuclear energy

Perovskite photovoltaics on coated ultrathin glass as high-efficiency flexible indoor generators

Moisture-sucking gels for solar panels cooling system

On the road to nontoxic and stable perovskite solar cells

NIST 'high priority' list identifies critical need for improved plumbing

Planetary exploration rover avoids sand traps with 'rear rotator pedaling'

Electrolysis: Chemists have discovered how to produce better electrodes

Obnoxious background light helps advance spatial light modulator calibration

The exceptional origin of EUV light in hot tin plasma

Researchers review advances in halide perovskites for miniaturized lasers

Scientists find another clue to explain unconventional superconductivity

Inexpensively locating friendly (and unfriendly) radio waves, such as Wi-Fi and cellular communication signals

Collision experiments for understanding molecular interactions at the individual particle level

Topological waves may help in understanding plasma systems

Coronavirus contact tracing poses serious threats to our privacy

Critical Thunderbolt flaw enables five-minute stealth attack

Techniques that personalize media messages in real-time

AI techniques in medical imaging may lead to incorrect diagnoses

Microsoft-Intel project converts malware into images to cut threats

Texas high courts hit by ransomware attack & refuse to pay

Keep a phone charger and long cable on hand for emergencies

New software stops ransomware attacks

Massive cable project set to give Africa internet boost

Senate may have the votes to limit surveillance of browser history

Moving images in the newspaper

State texting bans are saving teen drivers' lives

Light-emitting silicon for photonic computing


Two new supernovae spotted this month

Observations unveil the properties of neutrino-emitting blazar's jet

Ultra-diffuse galaxy VCC 1287 investigated in detail

Astronomers find regular rhythms among pulsating stars

Where neutrinos come from

Researchers reveal common origin of Fermi bubbles and galactic center X-ray outflows

New evidence reveals that giant meteorite impacts formed parts of the Moon's crust

Solar system's oldest molecular fluids could hold the key to early life

New Comet P/2019 LM4 (Palomar)

SETI reports unusual activity of the Delta Mensid meteor shower


Mass death of elephant sized sloths poses murkey mystery

Origin of Life

Gigantic dinosaur footprints are found on the roof of a cave

Moon Origin

Silver Lining: Early humans in China innovated tool technology

1921 Geomagnetic Storm

Compelling Evidence for an Upper Cenozoic Flood Boundary

Ancient rocks show high oxygen levels on Earth 2 billion years ago [or much less]

10,000-Year-Old Human Activity Discovered in Mexico | Ancient Architects

Was There an Ancient Iron Mine at Giza Before the Pyramids? | Ancient Architects

Underwater Megaliths? And other questions

The Baltic Sea Anomaly

12,000 Yr-Old "Mountain Sized Statue" Found In Africa?

Mystery History

300 Million-Year-Old "Iron Pot" Found In Lump of Coal?

Secret Uses of Astronomical Clocks and the Origin of ALL Clocks/Dartboards

Lingam + Labyrinth = Evidence of Ancient Technology?

 on: May 16, 2020, 07:50:04 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Theories for the Origin of Earth’s Radioactivity
[Radioactive elements formed in the continents during the Great Flood and the flood deposited sediments which became sedimentary rock, which contained dead plants and animals which became fossils, sometimes radioactive. See also:
and ]
The Hydroplate Theory.
_In the centuries before the flood, supercritical water (SCW) in the subterranean chamber steadily dissolved the more soluble minerals in the rock directly above and below the chamber. [Pages 129– 130 explain SCW and its extreme dissolving ability.] Thin spongelike channels, filled with high-pressure SCW, steadily grew up into the increasingly porous chamber roof and down into the chamber floor.
_The flood began when the granite crust ruptured, and subterranean water escaped violently upward through the globe-encircling rupture. Pillars had to support more of the crust’s weight, because the subterranean water supported less. Tapering downward like icicles, the pillars crushed in stages, beginning at their tips. With each collapse and with each water-hammer cycle, the crust fluttered like a flag held horizontally in a strong wind. Each downward “flutter” rippled through the Earth’s crust and powerfully slammed what remained of pillars against the subterranean chamber floor. [ See “Water Hammers and Flutter Produced Gigantic Waves” on page 197.]
_For weeks, compression-tension cycles within both the fluttering crust and pounding pillars generated piezoelectric voltages that easily reached granite’s breakdown voltage.80 Therefore, powerful electrical currents discharged within the crust repeatedly, along complex paths of least electrical resistance. [See Figures 12–15.]

Luck: IMO, Brown's idea above may explain partly how the supercontinent was weakened where the supercontinent ruptured, such as the east coast of the Americas, which then slid over the Moho layer a few thousand miles from Afro-Eur-Asia. But an asteroid impact north of Madagascar is what provided the main force to push the continents apart. Other impacts before the big one likely also weakened the crust where the rupture occurred, as is evidenced by some flood basalt locations etc. Below are some details for how he explains radioactivity production in the continents during the Flood event.
_The Ukrainian experiments described on page 399 show that a high-energy, Z-pinched beam of electrons inside a solid produces superheavy elements that quickly fission into different elements that are typical of those in Earth’s crust. Fusion and fission occur simultaneously, each contributing to the other—and to rapid decay. While we cannot be certain what happens inside nuclei under the extreme and unusual conditions of these experiments, or what happened in the Earth’s crust during the flood, here are three possibilities:
_a. Electron Capture. Electrons that enter nuclei convert some protons to neutrons—a common event called electron capture.
_b. Shock Collapse.86 Electrical discharges through the crust vaporize rock along very thin, branching paths “drilled” by gigavolts of electricity through extremely compressed rock. Rock along those paths instantly becomes a high-pressure plasma inside thin rock channels. The shock wave generated by the electrical heating suddenly expands the plasma and the surrounding channel walls, just as a bolt of lightning expands the surrounding air and produces a clap of thunder. As that rock rebounds inward—like a giant, compressed spring that is suddenly released—the rock collapses with enough shock energy to drive (or fuse) nuclei together at various places along the plasma paths. This frequently happens deep in the crust where the rock is already highly compressed.
Superheavy elements quickly form, fission, and decay into such elements as uranium and lead. The heat released propels the plasma and new isotopes along the channels. As the channels contract, flow velocities increase. The charged particles and new elements are transported to sites where minerals are grown, one atom at a time.
_c. Z-Pinch. As explained on page 392 and in , the path of each electrical charge in a plasma is like a “wire.” All “wires” in a channel are pinched together, but at each instant, pinching forces act only at the points occupied by moving charges, and each force is the sum of the electromagnetic forces produced by all nearby moving charges. Therefore, the closer the “wires,” the greater the self-focusing, pinching force, so the “wires” become even closer, until the strong force merges (fuses) nuclei.

 on: May 16, 2020, 05:34:27 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
It's hard to say what's true, since the ruling class likes to control all sides of any debate. Who are the "scientists4wiredtech"? See

 on: May 16, 2020, 11:17:48 am 
Started by mothman - Last post by FTL_Ian
Welcome in advance.  Where are you planning to visit in the Shire?

 on: May 15, 2020, 10:33:26 pm 
Started by mothman - Last post by mothman
Hi there,

I'm looking at plane tickets and AirBnBs. Thought I'd pop my head in here first to see if anyone in the FSP network is an ABnB host. WiFi and private bath needed. Plus I vape but not indoors. Just me visiting. Plan to stay for 4 or 5 days.


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