Benjamin Fulford Blog - 11.17.2009

· China quietly introduces new financial system.
China has stealthily introduced a new financial system based on the renminbi which is well on its way to becoming fully convertible, according to a high-level Chinese source. In addition, China is purchasing 10,000 tons of gold to back up a new fund designed to develop and market heretofore forbidden and suppressed technologies. The fund will be based outside of China and will be controlled by prominent members of the Chinese overseas community. The gold purchase will take some time because of the logistics of transporting it and the Chinese wish to test it thoroughly. Both the Chinese government and MI6 now confirm reports that much of the gold sold by the Federal Reserve Board over the past decade is in fact gold plated tungsten.
For its part, the renminbi is now convertible with South American currencies, the rouble, Middle-Eastern currencies, the yen, South East Asian currencies and African currencies. “We will slowly introduce our new financial system in parallel with the old one and hope that people steadily migrate towards it,” the Chinese official says.
Meanwhile, the latest G20 meeting ended in acrimony and chaos. The leadership of the West is in total disarray and will remain so until the Federal Reserve Board’s bankruptcy becomes visible even to the brainwashed section of the Western public. This is now expected by January or February. Both MI6 and a senior Chinese government source now predict the collapse of the Federal Reserve dollar by that time.
We are also hearing various reports that many Pentagon and other US alphabet soup agency figures, with both US and Israeli citizenship, have recently fled to Israel. Things are coming to a head.
[Source: benjaminfulford.typepad.com]

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The 'Abiotic Oil' Controversy

www.rense.com - Abiotic Oil
The debate over oil's origin has been going on since the 19th century. From the start, there were those who contended that oil is primordial - that it dates back to Earth's origin - or that it is made through an inorganic process, while others argued that it was produced from the decay of living organisms (primarily oceanic plankton) that proliferated millions of years ago during relatively brief periods of global warming and were buried under ocean sediment in fortuitous circumstances.
During the latter half of the 20th century, with advances in geophysics and geochemistry, the vast majority of scientists lined up on the side of the biotic theory. A small group of mostly Russian scientists - but including a tiny handful Western scientists, among them the late Cornell University physicist Thomas Gold - have held out for an abiotic (also called abiogenic or inorganic) theory. While some of the Russians appear to regard Gold as a plagiarist of their ideas, the latter's book The Deep Hot Biosphere (1998) stirred considerable controversy among the public on the questions of where oil comes from and how much of it there is. Gold argued that hydrocarbons existed at the time of the solar system's formation, and are known to be abundant on other planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and some of their moons) where no life is presumed to have flourished in the past.
The abiotic theory holds that there must therefore be nearly limitless pools of liquid primordial hydrocarbons at great depths on Earth, pools that slowly replenish the reservoirs that conventional oil drillers tap.
Meanwhile, however, the oil companies have used the biotic theory as the practical basis for their successful exploration efforts over the past few decades. If there are in fact vast untapped deep pools of hydrocarbons refilling the reservoirs that oil producers drill into, it appears to make little difference to actual production, as tens of thousands of oil and gas fields around the world are observed to deplete, and refilling (which is indeed very rarely observed) is not occurring at a commercially significant scale or rate except in one minor and controversial instance discussed below.
The abiotic theorists also hold that conventional drillers, constrained by an incorrect theory, ignore many sites where deep, primordial pools of oil accumulate; if only they would drill in the right places, they would discover much more oil than they are finding now. However, the tests of this claim are so far inconclusive: the best-documented "abiotic" test well was a commercial failure.
Thus even if the abiotic theory does eventually prove to be partially or wholly scientifically valid (and that is a rather big "if"), it might have little or no practical consequence in terms of oil depletion and the imminent global oil production peak.
[Or the moral dilemma once it finally dawns on us that the black, thick fluid is -actually- Earth's blood! Because, whether it's abiotic or biotic, these 'reductionist-materialists' just want to know how much longer they can keep on raping Gaia.]
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The Fascination Car [...that never was]

One of the real pioneers in early application of causal positron energy was inventor Edwin Gray of Van Nuys California. In WW II Gray learned of radar during his tour in the U.S. Navy, having previously attended advanced engineering school in the Army until discovered to be under age (15) and discharged. After the war, by 1958 he had learned to perform what he called "splitting the positive", using “cold electrical energy” as well as the normal positive electrical energy. His first motor was operating by 1961. Preparing to put units into production, in 1974 the Los Angeles District Attorney confiscated all Gray's records and prototypes. To escape bogus charges, Gray later pleaded guilty to two minor infractions and was released. His prototypes were never returned. After several mishaps, moves, and more prototypes, Gray died in Nevada under mysterious circumstances in April 1989.
The Fascination Car was the brain child of Paul M. Lewis, of the Highway Aircraft Corporation. It was developed with a standard engine, but he wanted to power it with ANYTHING that didn't burn gasoline. He was in negotiations with Ed Gray for a while to use the EMA Engine, but that fell through. He then approached Joseph Papp for his plasma engine. Ultimately, neither the engines or the car were ever produced.
Fascination: The EMA Fuelless Motor
Fascination: Specifications
Fascination: A Space Age Transportation Innovation
Fascination: Advantages
[Source: www.cheniere.org]
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Patent: 'Pulsed Capacitor Discharge Electric Engine' - Edwin V. Gray

Wireless Energy Transfer (FREE Energy)

· Radiant Energy + Cold Electricity.http://www.free-motor.org/wireless_eng.htm
www.free-motor.org - Electric fieldwww.free-motor.org - Magnetic field
[Left, electric field - Right, magnetic field]
1. Nikola Tesla devised a wireless transmitter of energy. The realization of wireless technology would probably demand a construction of many generators in the desert. From the technical point of view, energy balance should be demanded.
The European Project:
Huge Solar Power Plant with Tesla Transmiters in Sahara.
The Earth ground has negative charge - the air above its surface is saturated by electrons. The engines could have microprocessor control to eliminate variation of atmosphere electrostatic charge. The lighting from Tesla transmiters to the ionosphere in Sahara would come on only in the case electrostatic Earth charge is decreased. I[Michal Martinů] see this as a very good idea, because such a power plant would require no maintenance and there would be no refuse from it. There are close to no inhabitants in the Sahara, I[MM] think this large area with strong sun shine could be used with no problems to power real autos in Europe, because Sahara and Europe lay on the same Earth meridian. The biggest consumption would be in the day in Europe, when there is the biggest sun shine in Sahara. We'll need to have a spherical capacitor between ionosphere and the ground, which is necessary to charge.

2. I[MM] think that the Edwin Gray engine draws energy for its operation from the electrostatic Earth charge found in its surrounding environment. (They were afraid at that time that the engine could not run in tunnels). To develope Real Autos Navigated and Controled by Galileo Satellite System and by Cameras and Sensors. I believe the Edwin Gray engine is much more environmentally friendly than combustion engines and it can even be screened by the Faraday cage to remove electromagnetic pollution.

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