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Issue 404 In This Issue November 15th, 2014

Editors Corner

Have you ever heard of a self-filling water bottle? A relatively new piece of technology, called the "Fontus", can apparently condense up to 17 ounces of water in an hour (in humid environments). Just mount this relatively small piece of tech on your bicycle, ride somewhere, and it does the rest. Click here

Speaking of technology, I know that I published an article last week about the Navys plans for an "Electromagnetic Warfare" training range to be established in Washington states Olympic Peninsula, but this is important enough that people in the area know what's going on, that I have another version of it this week. Click here

On a different subject, did you know that you don't have to wait until spring to start composting? You can compost during the cold winter months too, it just takes a little longer because of the cooler temperatures. Click here

That's about it from me for this week. If you get a chance, and haven't done so already, I urge you to check out the "Live Jellyfish Cam" between 7am and 6pm Pacific Time. It's quite mesmerizing. Click here

Have a wonderful week.

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Universal Knowledge
Interview with Philip Coppens, author of The Ancient Alien Question
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Inspired by the ages’ old questions — “Are we alone in the universe? Is it possible that there are other life forms out in space? — the Ancient Alien theory, which is based on evidence from religious texts and archaeological sites and artifacts, postulates that thousands of years ago space travelers from other parts of the universe have visited the Earth and came in contact with humans.

Even though this theory has been consistently ignored, and even ridiculed, by the scientific community, the Ancient Alien theory , from the publication of Chariots of the Gods in 1968 by von Däniken to the present, with the Ancient Aliens TV series now on its third season on The History Channel, has only gained acceptance from the general public.

Should we take a more serious look at this enigma? Is it possible that scientists are consciously or unconsciously ignoring what could be one of the most important revelations for humanity? How different would our understanding of who we are and where we come from be, if such theory where proven right? And most importantly, if evidence exists that proves the presence of a higher intelligence on Earth in the past, what was their legacy that we may have forgotten?

These are some of the questions that SuperConscionsess discussed recently in a conversation with Philip Coppens. Philip is an investigative reporter who appears regularly on Ancient Aliens on The History Channel and is also the author of the recently published book, The Ancient Alien Question.

SuperConsciousness: How did you become interested in ancient aliens?

Philip Coppens: I began pretty much by coincidence. I was an investigative journalist mostly involved with the works of intelligence agencies and towards 1993 we were coming up to the 30th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination. An angle to the Kennedy assassination involved the alleged assassin Oswald and how he came back from Russia two years before the assassination itself. And I was doing some research into that.

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Passing of a Master
Milton M Gordon
February 12th, 1936 - October 23rd, 2014

Milton M Gordon - born 2/12/1936 passed away in Olympia of a massive heart attack 10/23/14.  He is survived by his loving wife Molly and children Gay, Scott (Helen) and Jeff Gordon (Pamela) and grandaughter Amanda of Texas.  A celebration of his life will be Sunday 11/16/14 at the Masonic Lodge next door to Gordon's Garden Center 308 Yelm Ave Yelm from 1PM to 3PM.  Come share some wine and wonderful food and you favorite Milt story, if you like.

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Something Worth Knowing

Navy Plans Electromagnetic War Games Over National Park and Forest in Washington State
Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest in Washington State are two of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the United States. Majestic glacier-clad peaks rise above temperate rainforest-covered hills. Gorgeous rivers tumble down from the heights and the areas are home to several types of plants and animal species that exist nowhere else on earth. These protected national commons are also the areas in and near where the US Navy aims to conduct its Northwest Electromagnetic Radiation Warfare training program, wherein it will fly 36 of its EA-18G "Growler" supersonic jet warplanes down to 1,200 feet above the ground in some areas in order to conduct war games with 14 mobile towers. Enough electromagnetic radiation will be emitted so as to be capable of melting human eye tissue, and causing breast cancer, childhood leukemia and damage to human fetuses, let alone impacting wildlife in the area. If it gets its way, this means the Navy would be flying Growler jets, which are electronic attack aircraft that specialize in radar jamming, in 2,900 training exercises over wilderness, communities and cities across the Olympic Peninsula for 260 days per year, with exercises lasting up to 16 hours per day.

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In The News

California drought leads to a black market for water
The drought in California is bad — so very bad, in fact, that it’s created an illegal gold rush: Poachers are siphoning off fresh water with plans to sell it to the highest bidder. If that sounds apocalyptic, it kind of is. While the State Water Resources Control Board has 22 employees tasked with investigating such crimes — “illegal diversions,” they’re called — there’s yet to be a concerted statewide effort to track (let alone control and punish) water theft. In some rural areas, wells are running completely dry; local law enforcement thinks the desperation drives theft, and they’re scrambling to keep up. Reports the National Journal:

Officials complain that the penalty for getting caught may not be sufficiently strict: Mendocino County counts water theft as a misdemeanor. County Supervisor Carre Brown considers that a slap on the wrist. “To me this is like looting during a disaster. It should be a felony,” Brown said. …

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Bikes created 655,000 jobs in Europe
If you’re a cyclist, you’ve probably already mastered the pedaling-while-patting-self-on-back move: You’re circumventing more carbon-intensive forms of transportation, getting some healthy cardio into your daily commute, and generally making your city a more pleasant and picturesque place — I mean, have you seen Amsterdam? But here’s one more item to add to your good cycling karma list: The bicycle industry is creating a whole bunch of new jobs. Specifically, in Europe, bike manufacturing, tourism, retail, infrastructure, and services provide jobs for 655,000 people. For comparison, that’s way more than Europe’s 615,000 jobs in mining and quarrying, or 350,000 jobs in the entire steel sector. Not bad for a hippie hobby, right? According to the study which pulled together these numbers, commissioned by the European Cyclists’ Federation, this already staggering figure could reach a million jobs by 2020. That’s a bigger potential for growth than the automotive industry can boast — proving that, yet again, bike beats car.

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On The Lighter Side

Live Jellyfish Cam Offers Stunning Views of Sea Nettles

Bored with all the vertebrates in your wildlife-cam media diet? The Monterey Bay Aquarium in California is now streaming mesmerizing live footage of its jellyfish. Specifically, the aquarium is showing off Pacific sea nettles, or Chrysaora fuscescens, a species that drifts through the eastern Pacific from Mexico to Canada. You can tune in to the jelly cam every day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. PT (10 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET).

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Garden Watch

How & Why You Should Start Winter Composting
If you love gardening, chances are good that you don’t view winter as hibernation season. Instead, you want to keep busy with your hobby (obsession?), even when the weather is too chilly for flowers or vegetables to grow. Winter composting is an excellent activity for you. Not only does it reduce the amount of garbage sent to landfills, it will give you a head start on a supply of rich, dark compost to use on your garden beds once spring finally comes along.

What to Put in Your Winter Compost
Collect your kitchen scraps — peels, eggshells, uneaten bits of produce — as usual. Make sure that kitchen scraps are really that — scraps and not chunks. Take an extra minute or so to chop up large items like melon rinds before adding to the compost. You can keep a small container of kitchen waste in the freezer … or a larger one in the mudroom or basement to minimize trips outside in inclement weather. In your actual compost pile or bin, make sure that you include sufficient layers of carbon-rich brown matter, such as shredded dead leaves, sawdust, newspaper, or grass clippings, to balance the nitrogen-rich green matter from kitchen waste.

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Technology Watch

This new bike bottle fills itself with water
It took Austrian designer Kristof Retezár more than 30 different trials in his bathroom, where he tinkered with temperature and humidity to mimic different climates, before he perfected his newest creation — a self-filling water bottle that could be a game-changer for bikers and water-scarce countries alike. Christened the “Fontus,” Retezár’s solar-powered water bottle is meant to attach to a bike frame. Depending on how hot and humid conditions are, it can generate up to 17 ounces of water by absorbing humid air as it passes over a two-piece mechanism that converts it into cool, drinkable water. Right now it’s also competing for a James Dyson Award, the Academy Awards for design engineering.

It works a little bit like this, CityLab reports: When a cycle is in motion, air is funneled into the top holster and distributed over a “condensing structure.” A solar-powered cooling element then turns it into moisture that drips down a pipe into a detachable water bottle. (Any kind of half-liter PET bottle will work.)

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RSE Newsletter

“What is the Strong Force?” added to Ramtha’s model of science:
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"Is this proof Jesus married and had two sons? Ancient manuscript said to be ‘lost gospel’ with a sensational twist – added to Ramtha on Jesus being married:
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“Want a better memory? Here’s what science says you should do.” added to Ramtha's teachings on the hippocampus:
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Climate change may affect human health – Ramtha on Earth changes caused by humanity:
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“Life After Death: ‘Near-Death Experience’ Study Shows Awareness Continues After Brain Shutdown” added to Ramtha on this subject:
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“10 Things You May Not Know About Laughter” added to #Ramtha: the greatest prayer...would be to laugh every day:
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“Red Wine May Have Cavity-Fighting Powers” - #Ramtha has endorsed red wine’s resveratrol for years:
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“Scientists reverse ageing process in mice; early human trials showing ‘promising results’” added to Ramtha on this:
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“Fukushima Radioactive Cesium Found Off California Coast” added to Ramtha on nuclear reactors poisoning the seas:
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“How curiosity changes the brain to enhance learning" added to Ramtha's teachings on the brain:
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November 15th, 16th & 17th: Theaterical Production of Mel Brooks "The Producers"
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