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Issue 402 In This Issue November 1st, 2014

Editors Corner

Have you ever been on an airplane and wanted a window seat but couldn't get it? Or had a window seat, but wanted to see more? A new airplane design has been proposed that would not only give everyone a window seat, but a better view all around. Click here

While we're on the subject of flying things, have you heard of aerial photo drones (aka remote control flying cameras)? They are good for taking pictures but they come with big regulatory and safety problems. Sergei Lupashin shows a way to solve most, if not all, of these issues. Click here

Did you know that a lot of what we know today in modern science and technology was known to the people of Ancient India? Probably more than 5000 years ago, the great sages perfected the ancient science of genetics, cloning, test tube baby and stem cell technology. Click here

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Have a wonderful week.

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Sedona Resident Discusses Smart Meter Radiation


California’s carbon market is leaking
California’s landmark climate policy program — AB32, passed in 2006 and defended from ballot attack in 2010 — includes, among other measures, a statewide cap-and-trade system. The carbon market established by AB32 is now up and running. Unfortunately, some recent changes to the rules threaten to neuter that market, rendering its carbon reductions illusory, at least for several years. No, this doesn’t mean cap-and-trade is inherently flawed. It doesn’t mean California won’t still be reducing emissions in the meantime, via AB32’s other policies. It doesn’t mean the market is beyond repair (regulators could still take steps to fix it). But it is, nonetheless, a Bad Thing. When it comes to climate policy, the eyes of the world are on California. They need to get it right. Let’s investigate, shall we?

One concern that faces all carbon markets is “leakage,” whereby emissions are reduced within a carbon market merely by being pushed outside it.

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Technology Watch

Sergei Lupashin: A flying camera ... on a leash


This plane could lower carbon emissions — and give everyone a window seat
The Center for Process Innovation (CPI) recently proposed an airplane design with floor-to-ceiling wraparound screens that make those tiny, frustrating monitors on the back of seats look like child’s play. Also a thing of the past? Windows. The design eliminates windows in order to reduce the overall weight of the plane, thus cutting down on fuel consumption, costs, and carbon emissions. The wraparound screens are a patch for the ensuing claustrophobia that would come from being in a windowless box with hundreds of strangers for hours. The screens won’t be blaring blockbusters and advertisements for snack boxes (we hope); CPI says it plans to use exterior cameras to broadcast real-time footage of what’s going on outside of the plane onto light and pliable OLED screens inside the cabin. So, when you’re flying at just the right altitude during a thunderstorm, you might feel a little like Dorothy spinning through a twister on her way to Oz! Even though the details for the design are still vague, CPI is making reducing aircraft carbon emissions (which are, by and large, pretty dang nasty) a primary goal.

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History Watch

India: Plastic Surgery And Genetic Science - Found In Ancient Vedas - Were Practised Thousands Of Years Ago
Many discoveries of modern science and technology were known to the people of ancient India. Ancient India had their famous vimanas and excelled at surgery and anaesthesiology. Skilled ancient doctors conducted complicated surgeries like fractures, cesareans, removing of urinary stones, cataract surgery, artificial limbs, brain surgery and even plastic surgery. Ganesha - one of the five prime Hindu deities (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva and Durga being the other four). Ganesha has an elephantine countenance with a curved trunk and big ears, and a huge pot-bellied body of a human being. He is the Lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. He is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth. Now, for the first time an Indian prime minister has endorsed these claims, maintaining that plastic surgery and genetic science (found in Ancient Vedas) were practised thousands of years ago. Probably more than 5000 years ago, the great sages perfected the ancient science of genetics, cloning, test tube baby and stem cell technology.

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November 1st, 2nd, 11th & 12th, 10am to 5pm: Moving Sale
13541 Vail Cutoff, Rainier. Food Storage cheap, #10cans dehydrated veggies @$4, 2 couches, lovely dining sets, clothes,Desks, 1999 Mercury Cougar , Shed8' x 15' Email for directions. Helen, 446-2055, mayaiam@ywave.com and photo’s

Health Watch

Buildings That “Eat” Smog?
According to the World Health Organization, air pollution caused seven million deaths in 2012. CNN recently reported that over half of 1,600 cities surveyed exceed safe limits. The American Lung Association reported that 127 million Americans still reside in areas that have been graded with an “F” in air quality. There are many solutions to this problem. Among the more unusual are buildings that “eat” smog.

Coated Panels Gobble Up Pollutants
A new titanium oxide panel helps clean itself and the air around it. When sunlight strikes these specially coated panels, free radicals attack any organic material either on the panel’s surface or floating near it. The most common organic material constantly bombarding buildings is nitrogen oxide — a main component of smog. When smog molecules float near the surface of these panels, they are gobbled up by free radicals generated from the coating reacting with water and oxygen in the air.

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Whole Foods Announces Program for The Conscious Consumer
Whole Foods, considered a mecca by many conscious consumers, unveiled a new rating system called “Responsibly Grown” this month. This is a strategy “to help shoppers make more informed choices.” This program focuses on some, but not all, of the critical impacts of some of our food choices. Anything urging people to think about sustainability in regards to food is a step in the right direction, and this is a start. Whole Foods Market is launching the system by rating hundreds of both organic and conventional produce and flower products with key suppliers. It will affect 50% of their produce nationwide, reaching 100% over time. Now Whole Foods shoppers will encounter a lot more information about the difference between two otherwise indistinguishable fruits, vegetables and flowers. They will be color-coded as Good, Better and Best, and will be in addition to existing certifications for organic produce.

The “responsibly grown” rating will be based upon a wide range of criteria including:

• Pest management, including prohibited and restricted pesticides

• Farmworker welfare

• Pollinator protection

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RSE Newsletter

Happy Neewollah from all of us at RSE!:
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“JZ Knight, Lawyer Question Think-Tank’s Tax-Exempt Status”:
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"Pope Francis: Evolution and Big Bang Theory Are Real":
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Former Federal Reserve Bank [USA’s central bank] Chair Alan Greenspan says invest in gold - added to Ramtha on this subject:
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RSE student "Dr. Ricardo Valdosola @ The Triad, Sat., Nov. 1, 7 pm, about his upcoming book as a 29 year plastic surgeon:
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"Can the wave function of an electron be divided and trapped?” added to Ramtha on the significance of the electron:
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“What if Age Is Nothing but a Mind-Set?” added to Ramtha's teachings on this subject:
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“A global surge of great earthquakes from 2004-2014 and implications for Cascadia” in WA State:
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From What the Bleep Do We Know!? – “The Bleeping Herald returns!”: In This Issue – Re-releasingDown the Rabbit Hole: 
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"...tantalizing clue about one of astronomy's greatest secrets -- dark matter" added to Ramtha on this subject:
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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

November 1st @ 7pm: lecture/ Dr. Rodrigo Vildosola "Beauty Skin Deep and Deeper"
A doctors journey and experiences transforming humans into the beauty that is within thru plastic surgery.
Tickets:$10

November 2nd @ 4pm: Matinee - Ormus, the Elixir to Immortality
Lecture by Dave Kane:Updates and one man's journey with this remarkable element.

November 8th @ 7pm: "Riding My Way Home"
Award winning Documentary. Tickets $10. Vets free.

November 12th: Opening Night! - Theaterical Production of Mel Brooks "The Producers"
A Mel Brooks Musical
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Tickets $15

Coming in late November: Conversations with Miceal !

Also in November: A luxury field trip to Whitby Island
Ride in our stretch limo to meet and have lunch with Researcher, Writer, and notable authority on Nostradamus, John Hogue.
Only 6 spaces allowed. RSVP us!
Tickets: $150
Includes: autographed new published book by John Hogue, and Lunch and Champagne trip plus ferry ride.

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