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  • #26094
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    Ice Bucket Challenge
    pozitivno in zabavno gibanje..

    Ice Bucket Challenge – Matt Damon

    Lepo je če deliš

    “Synchronicity is God’s way of remaining anonymous.”

    #26095

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    lotus wrote: Fundacija “Keshe Foundation” (Ninove Belgija) je v začetku letošnjega junija najavila, da bo pričela s prvo fazo javnih predstavitev vesoljske tehnologije, predvsem lastno razvitih gravitacijskih in magnetnih sistemov (Magrav). Podatke bodo posredovali znanstvenikom po vsem svetu z namenom, da se ti sistemi lahko podvajajo, pričnejo proizvajati in tako tudi zaščitijo pred njihovim zakritjem pred javno uporabo. Fundacija trdi, da bo razkrita tehnologija omogočila potovanje npr. iz Irana v New York v samo 10-ih minutah, prav tako pa bo zagotovila brezplačno energijo vsem prebivalcem Zemlje.

    Naslednji korak po omenjene razkritju vesoljske tehnologije in omenjene tehnologije proizvodnje energije, pa bo odprava pomanjkanja vode in hrane po celem svetu s pomočjo njihove plazma tehnologije. (Nič ne kaže na to, da bi bila Keshe fundacija kakorkoli povezana z načrti Galaktične Federacije Svetlobe in njihovimi načrti tehnologije za brezplačno energijo in sistemi za replikacijo hrane.)

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    A kdo kaj ve kaj se dogaja s temle?

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    #26494

    Anonimnež

    se dogaja akcija naprejWink


    Otpor Obamine administracije

    Nedavno mi je kolega fizičar dr. Davor Pavuna proslijedio mejl jednog istraživača koji je bio zaintrigiran glasinama o prijetnjama smrću upućenim iranskom nuklearnom inženjeru Mehranu Tavakoliju Kesheu, zbog njegovih ideja i patenata za koje tvrdi da će omogućiti revoluciju u energetici, transportu i medicini. U mejlu sam dobio i link za skidanje (preko torrenta) izvornih Kesheovih dokumenata u kojima se opisuju te ideje i patenti. Iz mejla sam saznao da ih je Keshe stavio na Internet kako bi bili dostupni najširoj javnosti, kako bi spriječio da budu zatajeni i kako bi odgovorio na prijetnje likvidacijom.

    Kasnije sam saznao da se radilo o sadržaju Kesheovog USB-sticka sa spomenutim bilješkama i tehničkom dokumentacijom koji je stavljen na internet 19. ožujka ove godine. Tajvanski ogranak Kesheove zaklade potvrdio je da se radi o sadržaju koji je preko iranske vlade bio poslan, još 2012., na adrese 50-ak svjetskih vlada. Uz pomoć spomenutog Davorovog prijatelja uspio sam dobiti sadržaj (preko 1GB tekstova slika i video zapisa) spomenutog USB-sticka, a u ovom članku napravio sam kraći uvodni pregled nekih od ključnih Kesheovih patenata.

    Prijetnje likvidacijom upućene Kesheu, o kojima je on ove godine svjedočio, postaju jasne u svjetlu njegove izjave od prije dvije godine: ‘Važna obavijest – Predsjedničkim dekretom koji je zakonski stupio na snagu, od strane predsjednika Obame, ranije ovog tjedna [5. svibnja 2012.], korištenje od strane drugih vlada svemirskih tehnologija koje je razvila Keshe zaklada i druge slične [tehnologije] sada je postalo kriminalni prekršaj. To znači da od ovog tjedna nadalje znanstvenici više ne mogu objaviti njihovu tehnologiju javnosti ili bilo kojoj vladi osim ako je ona iskoristiva u ratu i korisna za nacije Zapade koje su proizvođači oružja. Mi ne prihvaćamo takvu kastraciju znanosti i tražimo od Vlade Sjedinjenih Američkih Država da pojasni taj dekret iz Bijele kuće. Je li to zakon za ušutkavanje Keshe zaklade i drugih istraživačkih organizacija, ili može li Amerika vršiti pritisak tako da se samo njezina tehnologija može prihvatiti širom svijeta? [Amerika kao velika monopolistička globalna korporacija; op. autora] Taj predsjednički dekret je protiv međunarodne znanstvene slobode za razvoj, istraživanje i dijeljenje informacija i to je naredba za ušutkavanje znanstvenih organizacija poput naše. Molim informirajte vaš tisak. M. T. Keshe’

    celoten članek
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    #26496
    strelka
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    sam da ne bo izginil tako kot malezijsko letalo …Big smile

    danes je, jutri ga ni več …Big smile pa je spet pa ga spet ni …
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    jah …kdo bo pa potem z nafto služil, pa zemljski plin …( logika velikih lobijev …med njimi tud amerika …pa tud nekatere članice EU.)…
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    #27403
    glas
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    http://ava.rtvslo.si/predvajaj/dobri-profesor-iz-maribora/ava2.174310964/

    Lepo je če deliš

    “Synchronicity is God’s way of remaining anonymous.”

    #27594
    glas
    glas
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    http://val202.rtvslo.si/2014/12/boris-krabonja-ucitelj-in-aktivist/

    Lepo je če deliš

    “Synchronicity is God’s way of remaining anonymous.”

    #61951
    glas
    glas
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    Slovenija, za večino nepoznani raj na Zemlji !  Še najbolj nepoznan pa očitno za mnoge, ki živijo v njej..

    Amerika se čudi kakšen košček raja je naša država in tudi kakšne ugodnosti imamo, ker lahko živimo v tej državi.

    :good:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/08/29/6-great-things-about-slovenia-that-have-nothing-to-do-with-melania-trump/?postshare=9091472486479720&tid=ss_tw

     

    Slovenia — Most Americans don’t know much about Slovenia other than that it’s where Melania Trump is from. And most Slovenes, if they haven’t lived abroad, don’t know how good they have it. The fact is that Slovenia, an independent democracy since 1991, has retained the best of its former socialist system, including how it takes care of its citizens (and foreign residents like me) from cradle to grave. Melania Trump has been away a long time, therefore missing out on her homeland’s impressive renaissance, but if she and her husband muscle their way into the White House, the tiny country on the sunny side of the Alps could attract a lot more interest. Here are some policies even the United States could learn from.

    1. Maternity/paternity leave: American mothers, with 12 weeks of usually unpaid maternity leave, cannot believe how well their Slovene counterparts are treated. New mothers receive a whole year of paid parental leave and fathers get 90 days, the first 15 of which are paid. And if a couple has trouble conceiving, they’re on their own in most countries. They can opt for private assistance procedures, such as in vitro fertilization, but that can cost upwards of $15,000 per attempt. In Slovenia, IVF treatments are free. Up to six of them.
    <p class=”interstitial-link”><i>[The world is getting better at paid maternity leave. The U.S. is not.]</i></p>
    2. Continuing assistance for families: Slovenia is great for parents in other ways, too. In addition to the universal paid parental leave, the government gives qualifying families both a one-time payment for each birth (the amount is on a sliding scale, based on household income) plus an additional payment every month until the child turns 18. Some municipalities also give them an additional birth payment. Single mothers receive state-subsidized child care, and kindergartens are of extremely high quality and heavily subsidized for all. And for every day that a parent must stay home from work to care for a sick child, the government will reimburse the family for the missed time at work — at 80 percent of the parent’s salary.

    3. Government support for artists: Cultural workers (including musicians, painters and writers) can qualify to have their social security contributions fully covered by the government if their work is considered to be of high enough quality.

    4. A non-draconian prison system: Nonviolent criminals can join an “open prison” system in which they return home on the weekends, serving time only on weekdays (the downside is that the weekends don’t count toward their term). Prison culture is more like a strict boarding school than the sometimes-terrifying experience encountered in many U.S. prisons. Slovenia also has among the fewest people in prison per capita. While you might think that this “soft” correctional approach would fail to discourage crime, not so. Slovenia’s crime rates — including its murder rate — are among the lowest in the world.

    5. Help for college students: College tuition is state-subsidized and entirely free for students who are accepted on the basis of their good grades. If they are not accepted, they can still attend by paying a very low tuition — this even applies to foreigners (my doctoral studies at the University of Ljubljana cost me just a few thousand dollars a year). Then there’s the amazing “študentski bon,” a system under which the government subsidizes high school and college student meals at just about every restaurant. Special set-menu meals (with two or three courses plus water and fruit) wind up costing the student roughly two euros, about $2.25.

    6. Bonuses for college grads and postgrads: There is an automatic minimum pay rate for each academic degree a student completes from bachelor’s on, translating into a direct and legally protected benefit for those extra degrees enthusiastic students pursue but that don’t necessarily result in any concrete benefit. If you lose a job in which your employer was covering your social security, the state will keep paying most of your income — the percentage and duration vary — to keep you afloat until you can find a new job.

    These benefits are praised and exclaimed upon largely by foreigners. As Jure Ugovšek, a journalist at the Slovenian newspaper Finance notes: “Slovenes take these benefits as given. They think they should get more in return for their taxes.” But as a well-traveled foreigner living here, I can attest that Slovenes really do enjoy the good life — a package combining state benefits, a high quality of life at a reasonable cost, spectacular natural beauty, safety and cleanliness unmatched in few places, even in Europe.

     

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