4 thoughts on “No doubt someone at CNBC will be executed for this headline”

  1. Yes, the universe is eloquently built.

    1. The universe is remarkably simple, as if designed by a superior intellect, like the Mind that Max Planck envisioned guiding the force that holds spinning sub-atomic particles together.

    See Max Planck’s 1944 speech in Florence, Italy in Greg Branden’s resources as “The essence of Matter”

    “As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clear-headed science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about the atoms this much: There is no matter as such! All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particles of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together . . . We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”

    2. There is also new evidence that all planet-hosting stars may also have pulsar cores, like the Sun.


  2. Neutron repulsion in the core of the Sun is the force that made and sustains every atom, life and planet in the solar system. That force is guided by the conscious and intelligent Mind Max Planck spoke about in Florence, Italy in 1944.

    Neutron repulsion in cores of U and Pu atoms destroyed Hiroshima & Nagasaki in August 1945. The results of the force guided by the minds of nuclear physicists were only destructive.

    That is why solar and nuclear physics textbooks were modified immediately after WWII.

  3. A few semi-random thoughts…

    1. If you’re worried that something is going to be taken down or changed, you should save it with one of the online archiving tools. I know of five, currently:

    I went ahead and saved this CNBC article with both archive.org and archive.is

    2. It didn’t take long to spot obvious nonsense in this article:
    “Since the Industrial Revolution, carbon levels have increased 2.5 times to more than 400 parts per million at present, said Michael Freilich, director of NASA’s Earth Science Division…”

    So either Freilich thinks going from 370 or 380 ppmv to 400 ppmv is a 250% increase or reporter Robert Ferris needs to get his hearing checked.

    3. The article says, “Wildfires were rampant across much of the western United States in 2015…”

    It should mention that Obama has been doing his best to worsen the wildfire problem.

    That sounds like a joke, but it’s not. In the summer of 2011 the Obama Administration abruptly canceled the contract for the U.S. Forest Service’s use of P-3 Orion firefighting planes, “the backbone of the aerial firefighting arsenal.” That irresponsible action gutted the U.S. Forest Service’s aerial firefighting capability.

    The Administration’s reasons are mysterious. They claimed it was due to safety concerns, but the planes, though old, had excellent safety records, they were up-to-date on their maintenance and inspections, and they were much cheaper than getting new planes.

    The USFS was left with eleven smaller P-2 Neptunes. They went shopping for other planes, mostly BAe-146 jets, but the Orions are still sorely missed.

    The company which operated the Orions was called Aero Union. The Obama Administration’s action put them out of business. Their six big four-engine P-3 Orion tankers (plus a 7th that was scheduled to enter service on the very day the contract was cancelled) were the core of America’s aerial firefighting capabilities. They were the “big boys,” with about twice the payload of the two-engine P-2 Neptunes, and 1.5x the payload of the new BAe-146 jets. I think the USFS also has access to a few Canadian CV-580s, but they’re smaller yet.

    Putting Aero Union out of business not only deprived the USFS of most of the large firefighting planes they used, it also jeopardizes the maintenance of the MAFFS systems that Aero Union built, which are used on other firefighting planes.

    The loss of the P-3 Orions drastically reduced the aerial firefighting capability of the USFS, and increased the risks faced by firefighters on the ground. I expected that problems with wildfires out west would worsen as a result. To my surprise, that didn’t immediately happen.

  4. Thanks, Dave.

    This is information that was hidden from the public after WWII.


    Now that the “cat is out of the bag” what should we do?

    As noted in the conclusion on p. 14, we should forgive those who deceived us for the last seventy years (1945-2015) for being human and move as quickly as possible to restore integrity to government science and constitutional limits on governments.

    Society has now been deprived of Aston’s 1922 promise – powers beyond the dreams of scientific fiction [ref. 5 , page 20] – for ninety-three years.

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