MastersConnection 2020
Issue 372 In This Issue March 29th, 2014

Editors Corner

Some of you may know that there are places deep in the ocean that vent very hot liquid, and now someone has figured out how to turn that in to power. Apparently a power plant using these vents can produce a lot more power then a nuclear power plant. Click here

Speaking of power, Western Washington sees a lot of gray days, wouldn't it be nice to have solar panels that worked at least as well on overcast days as they do on sunny days? Well now there are solar panels that actually work better on cloudy days. Click here

Talking about light, for those few that like to bicycle at dusk or after dark, wouldn't it be nice if drivers could see you better? Well someone has come up with a highly reflective bicycle frame just for this purpose. Click here

A bicycle like that almost looks like art when a cars headlights reflect off of it at night. Much like this bicycle at night, the animal kingdom has a lot of showy animals. Click here

There are other wonderful stories, but I will leave the rest for you to discover.
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Science Watch

Scientists Condemn New FDA Study Saying BPA Is Safe: "It Borders on Scientific Misconduct"
In February, a group of Food and Drug Administration scientists published a study finding that low-level exposure to the common plastic additive bisphenol A (BPA) is safe. The media, the chemical industry, and FDA officials touted this as evidence that long-standing concerns about the health effects of BPA were unfounded. ("BPA Is A-Okay, Says FDA," read one Forbes headline.) But, behind the scenes, a dozen leading academic scientists who had been working with the FDA on a related project were fuming over the study's release—partly because they believed the agency had â€‹bungled the experiment. On a conference call the previous summer, officials from the FDA and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) had informed these researchers that the lab where the study was housed was contaminated. As a result, all of the animals—including the supposedly unexposed control group—had been exposed to BPA. The FDA made the case that this didn't affect the outcome, but their academic counterparts believed it cast serious doubt on the study's findings. "It's basic science," says Gail S. Prins, a professor of physiology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, who was on the call. "If your controls are contaminated, you've got a failed experiment and the data should be discarded. I'm baffled that any journal would even publish this."

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Something Worth Knowing

Deep-Ocean Vents

TED Talks

Ziauddin Yousafzai: My daughter, Malala

On The Lighter Side

Mongolian girls becoming eagle hunters to help keep ancient tradition alive

A photographer seeking to document the next generation of Kazakh eagle hunters in Mongolia discovered a 13-year-old girl who has taken to the male-dominated tradition. Photographer Asher Svidensky made a four-month trek through western Mongolia, mostly on horseback, and found Han Gohadok and his daughter, Ashol Pan, who had expressed a desire to take up the full-time profession that is centuries old.

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Artistry in the Animal Kingdom



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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

April 2nd @ 7pm: Radiation-Crisis or Hoax?
Libbe HaLevy, guest speaker, was one mile from the Three Mile Island nuclear accident when it happened. Come hear what she has to say about the recent Fukushima nuclear accident and how it might affect you! There will be a Question and Answer session afterwards. Co-hosted by Wally Brown.
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Tickets $10 at door – reservations recommended

April 5th @ 7pm: Battle of the Bands
A whole host of bands will play their hearts out just to support a good cause! Come enjoy live music, dance, and have a great time!
Proceeds to benefit Teen Pageant.
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Tickets $10 at door

April 12th @ 7pm: Miracles & Inspiration
Ron Garner will be appearing via Skype video conference where he will be presenting a special lecture entitled, "Area 51 & ET Disclosure"
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Tickets $20 per person or $15 couple

April 17th @ 7pm: Round the Poets Fire
Bring your words, your love and your open mind! Open to all poets and all of those who enjoy live poetry. Bring your own supplies and poems!
Hosted by “Mind Mason” Mike Apau. For ages 21 and over please.
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Tickets $5 at door

April 19th @ 6pm: Conversations with Miceal
To pre-register, Click here
Tickets $35 at door

April 28th @ 7pm: Solar Flares & Earthquakes!
Andrew Kinney Thurston Co Emergency Management
Should we be worried? How is our community preparing?
Questions and Answers to follow
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$10 suggested donation

May 3rd @ 8pm: Magic Carpet Ride
Mas Uda Middle Easter Dancers
Special cuisine will be served
Reservations are required!
To reserve your seats, Click here
Tickets $20

June 26th @ 7:30pm: Simran-Singh
The Rebel Road
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Tickets $35

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Date and Time TBA: FREE Earthbag Structure Workshop
Come Learn the simple skills required to build YOUR OWN Earthbag
Safeplace for FREE!  Build your confidence by participating in this hands-on workshop where we will build an 8' by 12' earthbag structure.
When: Please send your email to to be placed on our sign up sheet. (You will be notified when the workshop will be happening - TBA)
Where: Close to Yelm (call for details)
Come for all or part of the free workshop!
This is a free workshop.
Call Linda Powell & Sheri Yeager of Transition Technologies at 360-458-7311
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Technology Watch

Good news for Seattle: These solar panels work best in overcast weather
Next time someone snarks, “Too bad solar panels don’t work in when it’s overcast,” spike this fact-volleyball into their thoughtmaker: SOME solar panels actually work BETTER when it’s cloudy out. Bam! British scientists at the National Physical Laboratory this week created organic photovoltaics, which not only sound delicious but perform better in diffuse light. According to PSFK, they’re 13 percent efficient when it’s overcast, compared to 10 percent when it’s sunny. As principal researcher Fernando Castro explained: It’s not that they are going to produce more power, but they are more efficient at generating power from the light that is available. So they would work better than normal solar cells do in cloud. Plus, organic solar cells can be 3D printed into various shapes and even dissolved into water. estimates organic PV will be widely available by 2019, noting that it’s super-quick to install.

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Brilliant Bike Glows Like the Sun When Headlights Hit It
We city-bound cyclists invest countless dollars in gear to make us more visible to the giant SUVs, surly cabbies, and enraged Ubers we coexist with on our commutes. We glue, sew, strap, and tie lights and reflective strips to our packs, bikes, helmets, and shoes–all in an effort to reduce, however slightly, the chance of getting killed by a driver who will ultimately claim he “just didn’t see you there.” So here’s a bright idea that turns not just the rider, but the entire ride, into one big glowing road-going HEY!.

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Introducing The Lumen: A Retro-reflective City Bicycle

History Watch

The Evolution Of The Bicycle

Precious Ancient Treasures Discovered In A Remote Cave High Above the Dead Sea In 1961 - Now On Display



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RSE Newsletter

“Jimmy Carter Issues ‘Call To Action’ Against Subjugation Of Women” added to Ramtha’s teachings on women subjugation:
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“Major discovery bolsters Big Bang theory of universe” added to Ramtha’s teaching on the Big Bang:
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Catch our Europa coordinators’ interviews on the May Swiss event: Miranda – Swiss, Jo Linmans – Belgium, Helga Krachler – Austria:
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“Destructive solar blasts narrowly missed Earth in 2012″ -Ramtha in 2007 & 2011 on being prepared for solar storms then:
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BBC’s “Horizon” airs: The Power of the Placebo - Ramtha: “How could a simple sugar pill be so potent?”:
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"Climate Change Risks Are Real, Warn Economists and Scientists" added to Ramtha on this:
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Nuclear stories added to what Ramtha has spoken previously, including Pilgrim:
“Study: Nuclear Reactors Are Toxic to Surrounding Areas, Especially With Age”
“Boston Endangered: Time To Close the Pilgrim Reactor”
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Global warming stories added to Ramtha’s predictions:
“Desalination plants help Israel reduce chronic water scarcity”
“Global warming not stopped, will go on for centuries: WMO”
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“Ramtha, The Brain — The Creator of Reality and a Lofty Life, Introduction by the Editor – new book by Jaime:
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