Funding Military Weather Control – Paramount

Many civilians who are under read in the reality of human wars or have never heard of Karl von Clausewitz and on Sun Tzu in name, are horrified of the idea of mankind using the weather as a weapon or even as a force multiplier. Indeed, I have a different opinion on the matter, as I realize from human history that the nation who fails to protect itself, does so at the expense of its people.

Thus, we ought to be considering how to create a Hurricane or Typhoon as well as how to kill one that is headed our way, created at the hands of our enemy.The way I see it is that the Russians have developed the Father of All Bombs, which counteracts our MOAB or Mother of All Bombs. The FOAB is being sold to the Iranians, if they want it. If we have a Hurricane Weapon and a Hurricane did enter the sea of Oman and did hit the shores of Iran, and if Typhoons are common in Asia, then it might be a deterrent.

The Russians are way ahead of us on Weather Control, the Chinese say they can defeat a Hurricane, offered to do that for us and charge us. Claim they have weather control tech and will insure that the Beijing Olympics are sunny too, a lot of confidence there.

Additionally, we do know that Maslow Rules the day with R and D. Why? Because humans will spend lots of money on self-preservation. … Continue Reading ...

Global Warming Weather Effect – Fact or Fiction?

Arctic Warming & Climate Change = More Dangerous Hurricanes
Global warming weather effect… fact or fiction?

What happens in the Arctic doesn’t stay in the Arctic. What does this mean to you? Researchers state that Hurricane Harvey which clobbered the entire state of Texas, is the type of extreme storm that we will see more of in a warming world. Epic rainfall rates and rising sea surges have led to catastrophic damage in the great state of Texas.

Using Models to investigate links between climate change and extreme weather
You never can identify a single cause for killer storms. Extreme events always bring multiple factors together at the same time. There is plenty of debate within the scientific community regarding climate change and extreme weather. But notable to point out is the fact that attribution of extreme weather on global warming is based on using models to attempt to recreate historic weather records.

A weather model, also known as numerical weather prediction, is a complex algorithm run by supercomputers to try to predict future weather. Different models and assumptions give different answers. But many see attribution as a start toward quantifying, for instance, the increased risk of extreme rainfall events along, for example, the Gulf Coast due to Arctic and otherwise global warming.

In other words, climate science will never be able to predict weather without errors, but by identifying the data relevant to our ever-crowded, polluted, windy and rainy planet-it’s up to us to take action and utilize the … Continue Reading ...

Does TV Rot Your Brain? Television’s Negative Effects on Processing Thoughts

Look closely at the eyes of anyone ‘glued to the TV,’ and you may see zombie eyes or a spaced out expression. TV is made to grab out attention and keep it there. Everyone knows that watching TV feels relaxing. It shuts out the rest of our crazy world and allows us to retreat somewhere else. But did you know that your brain waves are actually altered when you watch TV?

Your brain actually goes into an alpha wave state – a relaxed state where you become less alert and more passive. This state is somewhat comparable to hypnosis – and it doesn’t end when you switch off the tube.

The culprit is most likely the cathode ray tubes in the TV monitor which produce a flicker that the conscious mind does not detect.

According to a Scientific American survey, “participants commonly reflect that TV has somehow absorbed or sucked out their energy, leaving them depleted. They say they have more difficulty concentrating after viewing than before.”

In the 1980’s researchers in Australia found that the left brain “sort of went to sleep” once the TV was switched on, as the right brain was busy storing information in the memory bank. As the right side of the brain is dutifully absorbing all of the images, your left brain which is responsible for critical analysis, has been lulled into a stupor. This makes analysis of what you see on TV difficult.

These studies have profound implications on watching news and other … Continue Reading ...

Why Stock Prices Fluctuate Daily – 3 Main Reasons Affecting Share Prices

Not sure what keeps the share prices changing on daily basis? These are the reasons why.

Demand and Supply

In stock market, the stock price will fall if number of sellers is greater than the number of buyers. On the other hand, if there are more investors want to buy the stock than the number of sellers who are willing to sell their holdings, the price will increase. This is just a typical example of demand and supply curve. The next question would be what will drive the demand and supply?

Market Psychological Effect

Demand and supply of the available shares to be traded is principally due to market sentiment. Whenever investors and traders feel the stock is not able to meet their expectation, they will sell their equities as soon as possible. Whereas, if they are optimistic of the future growth, they will be buying more shares of that stocks. But, what cause the market to change?

Unfortunately, there is no single answer to that question.

However, the most obvious factors include inflation, interest rates, energy prices, quarterly earnings reports, news on corporate events, war and terrorism, crime and fraudulent as well as political instability. Remember, when it comes to market sentiment, media plays the major roles. To make the news popular and gain most viewers, good things can be interpreted as bad actions sometimes. So, filter the information very carefully and do not let media influence your investment decision.

Individual Investor Needs

This is the most difficult one … Continue Reading ...

Best Affordable Makeup Products

1. Okay so this first one might sound weird, but trust me! The best primer you can get at the drugstore is actually a man’s shaving balm. Nivea Men Sensitive Post Shave Balm is the best primer I have ever used. A Dutch makeup guru from YouTube, Nikkie de Jager, is credited with discovering this hack. Apply the balm just as you would any other primer and let it sit for about 20 seconds until it feels tacky on the skin. Apply your foundation right on top and have it last all day long! The best part is, that you can get this product for less than $5.00 at Target.

2. I believe L’Oreal has the best foundations at the drugstore. For someone with dry skin or someone who just wants a dewy finish, TRUE MATCH™ Lumi Healthy Luminous Makeup is amazing. If you’re skin type is oilier or you like a matte finish, you’ll love the INFALLIBLE® Pro-Matte Foundation. The best assets of these are their prices! Both are under $13.00 and can be found at Walgreens, Target or Walmart.

3. For concealer, Maybelline’s FIT ME® CONCEALER is a winner. It is a dupe for YVES SAINT LAURENT TOUCHE ECLAT Radiance Perfecting Pen which costs a whopping $42.00 compared to the Maybelline’s concealer priced at $6.49.

4. For contouring and highlighting, Nyx has a few products that are perfect and have dual purposes. If you prefer a cream application grab the NYX WONDER STICK. For powder you can’t go … Continue Reading ...

History of CCTV – Closed Circuit Television

The inventor of the CCTV system was Walter Bruch in 1942, this system was designed and installed in Peenemünde, Germany, to observe the launch of V-2 rockets. The first closed-circuit television was installed by Siemens AG at Test Stand VII.

In modern times still use this system to record the locations of CCTV rocket launch, they used to be able to follow closely every step of the rockets in order to study its trajectory and movements with the intention of discovering possible causes of faults. Usually rockets larger lead already incorporated the CCTV.

Being New York city with a large crime rate in September 1968, the United States government ordered the installation of video cameras on every street in an effort to combat and stop the crime. The use of these cameras and closed circuit TV, was a huge success, especially for the police in New York, where he worked all monitoring of these cameras. So began the great fight against crime through the cutting edge of technology.

Increasingly, the use of CCTV has become more real and normal in banks and stores to prevent robberies and thefts, it ensures fast immediate recognition of the assailants, leaving them with more fear of being recognized, then began to lower the level of crime. The first place to use this system of CCTV in the UK was King’s Lynn in Norfolk.

In recent decades, especially with the fear of crime in general increased in the years 1990 and 2000, the use of … Continue Reading ...