re: "Particle Beam Physics/Weapons an Intelligence Black Hole?" (go to:
"Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) made an extraordinary contribution to knowledge of the natural world.
He intuited what we now recognise as the quantum or subtle energy
effects of water. His understanding was built up from shamanic and
experiential observation of Nature in the untamed Alpine wilderness. His
motto: "Observe and Copy Nature".
He was critical of textbook theory and the arrogance and lack of
imagination of 'experts' and refused to go to college, believing that he
would lose his intuitive gifts.
Schauberger was also gifted with engineering skills which are apparent
in his environment-friendly technology and implosive energy devices
designed to release people from enslavement to destructive sources of
He is celebrated for his discoveries in the water sciences, in
agricultural techniques and in the energy domain – which energies
enhance and which harm life.
Schauberger provides us with a comprehensive and holistic approach to
understanding Nature. His insights form the foundations of what might be
called a 'science of Nature'.
He found two forms of motion in Nature: outward, expanding flow that is
used to break down, and inward-spiralling which Nature uses to build up
and energise. We use the first to generate energy, which is why it is
destructive to the environment.
Minute changes in temperature affect the outcome of an energetic
process. The balance between the attraction and repulsion of polarised
atoms is the engine of creation.
Viktor Schauberger vividly described how our disdain for Nature's ways will bring only environmental catastrophe.
His vision - humanity working within Nature's laws - is the path we must rediscover, if we are to survive."
Shades of Nobel? (go to:
Feature Length "NAZI Secret Weapons" documentary..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWocwLfJjoc&feature=related
re: "For Welfare to Work?" (go to:
Sir William Beveridge
"The Second World War helped to create a remarkable unity among the
British people. Most people felt that the only way to defeat Nazi
Germany was to stand firmly together. The unity was most clearly
expressed in their readiness to accept the war sacrifices imposed by
Winston Churchill and his coalition government. Between 1940 and 1945
the British government contained members of all three major political
groupings: the Conservative Party, Labour Party and the Liberal Party.
There was a strong feeling that the British people should be rewarded
for their sacrifice and resolution. To encourage the British people to
continue their fight against the axis powers, the government promised
reforms that would create a more equal society. The first of these was
the 1944 Education Act. This measure raised the school leaving age to 15
and provided free secondary education for all children.
The British government also asked Sir William Beveridge to write a
report on the best ways of helping people on low incomes. In December
1942 Beveridge published a report that proposed that all people of
working age should pay a weekly contribution. In return, benefits would
be paid to people who were sick, unemployed, retired or widowed.
Beveridge argued that this system would provide a minimum standard of
living "below which no one should be allowed to fall". These measures
were eventually introduced by the Labour Government that was elected in
Sir William Beveridge, a member of the Liberal Party, was elected to the
House of Commons in 1944. The following year the new Labour Government
began the process of implementing Beveridge's proposals that provided
the basis of the modern welfare state." (go to: http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/2WWbeveridgereport.htm )