Bloggfćrslur mánađarins, júní 2017

EMP - Nú virđast Kínverjar geta slökkt á Bandaríska flotanum, eins og Rússar gerđu á Svartahafi og einnig slökktu Rússar á öllu varnarkerfinu í Alaska.

 

*CHINESE EMP ATTACK* US NAVY HAS A HUGE PROBLEM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9iy9efgHZ0

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Some addresses.

https://www.google.is/#q=emp+electromagnetic+pulse&spf=1498780046801

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Some pictures.

https://www.google.is/search?q=emp+electromagnetic+pulse&biw=1920&bih=973&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjov-WVn-TUAhVLwBQKHfs8Cp4QsAQINQ

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Kremlin says that the United States Department of Defence (DoD/Pentagon) was in “total fear” after the Khibiny Electronic Warfare System “super weapon” paralyzed the entire North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) defenses over Alaska.

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Egilsstađir, 30.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson


Dennis Lee, an American hero, goes over why they killed the electric car! He shows a super efficient electric motor that could be powered with just two deep cycle Marine batteries! You'd never have to go to the gas station,

 

 

 

New Motor Killed The Electric Car! Dennis Lee Explains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QxL4oCa8Jw

Dennis Lee, an American hero, goes over why they killed the electric car! He shows a super efficient electric motor that could be powered with just two deep cycle Marine batteries! You'd never have to go to the gas station, just replace the two batteries when they finally gave out years down the road!

Spread the word about this technology so everybody knows we're being completely ripped off! It's time to wake up! Share on all social networks and email lists so we can change history together!

klikka, stćrri mynd,

2017-06-28-vatns-gas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QxL4oCa8Jw

Egilsstađir, 28.06.2017 Jónas Gunnlaugsson

 


Russian Scientists Discover Cure to Homosexuality, - The study concluded that “INAH [part of the hypothalamus] is dimorphic with sexual orientation, at least in men, and suggests that sexual orientation has a biological substrate”ť.

Russian Scientists Discover Cure to Homosexuality

http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/russian-scientists-discover-cure-to-homosexuality/

Novosibirsk| Dr. Dimitri Yusrokov Slamini of the Russian Institute for Medical Science in Novosibirsk and his team of researchers have discovered what they claim to be a new vaccine which could prevent early symptoms and eveThe study concluded that “INAH [part of the hypothalamus] is dimorphic with sexual orientation, at least in men, and suggests that sexual orientation has a biological substrate”.

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n cure humans from homosexuality, if treated at a young age.

Russian scientists developed the so-called «antidote» based on a 1959 scientific research published under the title “Organizing action of prenatally administered testosterone propionate on the tissues mediating mating behavior in the female guinea pig” by Charles H. Phoenix, an american researcher.

n, China and Saudi Arabia have been the first countries to show interest in the new discovery.

«Xenoestrogen are a type of estrogen mimickers found in synthetic or natural chemical compounds. Synthetic xenoestrogens such as PCB’s, BPA and phthalates have been also been found to have estrogenic effects on living organisms and to disrupt the endocrine system» explains Dr. Yuri Krutchev, who took part in the experiment. «Injecting specific quantities of testosterone helps to unset this artificial biological unbalance which occurs mostly in part because of environmental pollution and an excess of estrogen mimickers in our modern environment» he adds.

The new discovery has attracted much criticism from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) organizations around the Globe, yet a few country leaders have outspokenly showed support and interest for the research. Iran, China and Saudi Arabia have been the first countries to show interest in the new discovery.

American and European researchers have expressed much skepticism upon receiving the news.

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Egilsstađir, 27.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson


Ef ţađ eru 10% mínus vextir, ţá hverfur upphćđin smásaman. Bankinn vill ađ enginn geti tekiđ peningana sína út úr bankanum í seđlum. Bannkinn vill lćsa peningana inni í bankanum, á međan spariféđ hverfur. Ţess vegna vill bankinn banna reiđufé, seđla.

24.6.2017 | 10:09

The ban on cash is coming. Soon. But since central banks have no other choice than to continue imposing negative interest rates, the only logical option is to ban cash and force consumers to hold their money within the banking system.

 

The ban on cash is coming. Soon. -

http://www.dailyalternative.co.uk/the-ban-on-cash-is-coming-soon/

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Something Different for the People! | Alternative News

Wakeup

The ban on cash is coming. Soon.

By MrG

February 24, 2016

This is starting to become very concerning.

The momentum to “ban cash”, and in particular high denomination notes like the 500 euro and $100 bills, is seriously picking up steam.

On Monday the European Central Bank President emphatically disclosed that he is strongly considering phasing out the 500 euro note.

Yesterday, former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers published an op-ed in the Washington Post about getting rid of the $100 bill.

Prominent economists and banks have joined the refrain and called for an end to cash in recent months.

The reasoning is almost always the same: cash is something that only criminals, terrorists, and tax cheats use.

In his op-ed, Summers refers to a new Harvard research paper entitled: “Making it Harder for the Bad Guys: The Case for Eliminating High Denomination Notes”.

That title pretty much sums up the conventional thinking. And the paper goes on to propose abolishing, among others, 500 euro and $100 bills.

The authors claim that “without being able to use high denomination notes, those engaged in illicit activities – the ‘bad guys’ of our title – would face higher costs and greater risks of detection. Eliminating high denomination notes would disrupt their ‘business models’.”

Personally I find this comical.

I can just imagine a bunch of bureaucrats and policy wonks sitting in a room pretending to know anything about criminal activity.

It’s total nonsense. As long as there has been human civilization there has been crime. Crime pre-dates cash. And it will exist long after they attempt to ban it.

Perhaps even more hilarious is that many of these bankrupt governments have become so desperate for economic growth that they now count illegal drug activity and prostitution in their GDP calculations, both of which are typically transacted in cash.

So, ironically, by banning cash these governments will end up reducing their own GDP figures.

What’s really behind this? Why is there such a big movement to ban something that is used for felonious purposes by just a fraction of a percent of the population?

Cash, it turns out, is the Achilles’ Heel of the financial system.

Central banks around the world have kept interest rates at near-zero levels for nearly eight years now.

And despite having created massive bubbles and enabled extraordinary amounts of debt, their policies aren’t working.

Especially in Europe, the hope of stoking economic growth (and even the sickening goal of inflation) has failed.

So naturally, since what they’ve been trying hasn’t worked, their response is to continue trying the same thing… and more of it.

Interest rates across the European continent are now negative.

Japanese interest rates are now negative.

And even in the United States, the Federal Reserve has acknowledged that negative interest rates are being considered.

They have no other choice; raising rates will bankrupt the governments they support and derail any fledgling economic growth.

Look at how low interest rates are in the US– and yet 4th quarter GDP practically ground to a halt. They simply cannot afford to raise rates.

As global economic weakness continues to play out, central banks will have no other option but to take interest rates even further into negative territory.

That said, negative interest rates will be the destruction of the financial system.

Because sooner or later, if banks have to pay negative wholesale interest rates to each other and to the central bank, then eventually they’ll have to pass those negative rates on to their customers.

Many banks have already started doing this, especially on larger depositors.

We’ve seen this in Europe where some banks charge their customers negative interest to save money, and in some extraordinary circumstances, pay other customers to borrow money.

It’s total madness.

There’s a certain point, however, when interest rates become so negative that no rational person would hold money in the banking system.

Eventually people will realize that they’re better off withdrawing their money and holding physical cash.

Sure, cash doesn’t pay any interest. But it doesn’t cost any either.

If you have a $200,000 in your savings account at negative 1%, you’d have to pay the bank $2,000 each year.

Clearly it would make more sense to buy a safe and hold most of that money in cash.

Problem is, the banks don’t have the money.

For starters, there’s literally not enough cash in the entire financial system to pay out more than a fraction of all bank deposits.

More importantly, banks (especially in the US and Europe) are extremely illiquid.

They invest the vast majority of your deposit in illiquid loans or securities of dubious long-term value, whatever the latest stupid investment fad happens to be.

And many banks have been engaging in a substantial balance sheet shift, rotating bonds from what’s called “Available for Sale” to “Hold to Maturity”.

This is an accounting trick used to hide losses in their bond portfolios. But it also means they have less liquidity available to support bank customer withdrawal requests.

The natural side effect of negative interest rates is pushing people to hold money outside of the banking system.

Yet it’s clear that a surge of withdrawal requests would bring down that system.

Banks don’t want that to happen. Governments don’t want that to happen.

But since central banks have no other choice than to continue imposing negative interest rates, the only logical option is to ban cash and force consumers to hold their money within the banking system.

Make no mistake, this is absolutely a form of capital controls. And it’s coming soon to a banking system near you.

daily alternative | alternative news – The ban on cash is coming. Soon.

via The ban on cash is coming. Soon. – Sovereign Man.

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Central-banks

18.3.2012 | 15:25

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Egilsstađir, 24.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson


mbl.is Tíu ţúsund kallinn ekki á förum
Tilkynna um óviđeigandi tengingu viđ frétt

Ef ţađ eru 10% mínus vextir, ţá hverfur upphćđin smásaman. Bankinn vill ađ enginn geti tekiđ peningana sína út úr bankanum í seđlum. Bannkinn vill lćsa peningana inni í bankanum, á međan spariféđ hverfur. Ţess vegna vill bankinn banna reiđufé, seđla.

Jónas Gunnlaugsson - jonasg-eg.blog.is

24.6.2017 | 10:09

The ban on cash is coming. Soon. But since central banks have no other choice than to continue imposing negative interest rates, the only logical option is to ban cash and force consumers to hold their money within the banking system.

 

The ban on cash is coming. Soon. -

http://www.dailyalternative.co.uk/the-ban-on-cash-is-coming-soon/

Daily Alternative News - Alternative News -

Something Different for the People! | Alternative News

Wakeup

The ban on cash is coming. Soon.

By MrG

February 24, 2016

This is starting to become very concerning.

The momentum to “ban cash”, and in particular high denomination notes like the 500 euro and $100 bills, is seriously picking up steam.

On Monday the European Central Bank President emphatically disclosed that he is strongly considering phasing out the 500 euro note.

Yesterday, former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers published an op-ed in the Washington Post about getting rid of the $100 bill.

Prominent economists and banks have joined the refrain and called for an end to cash in recent months.

The reasoning is almost always the same: cash is something that only criminals, terrorists, and tax cheats use.

In his op-ed, Summers refers to a new Harvard research paper entitled: “Making it Harder for the Bad Guys: The Case for Eliminating High Denomination Notes”.

That title pretty much sums up the conventional thinking. And the paper goes on to propose abolishing, among others, 500 euro and $100 bills.

The authors claim that “without being able to use high denomination notes, those engaged in illicit activities – the ‘bad guys’ of our title – would face higher costs and greater risks of detection. Eliminating high denomination notes would disrupt their ‘business models’.”

Personally I find this comical.

I can just imagine a bunch of bureaucrats and policy wonks sitting in a room pretending to know anything about criminal activity.

It’s total nonsense. As long as there has been human civilization there has been crime. Crime pre-dates cash. And it will exist long after they attempt to ban it.

Perhaps even more hilarious is that many of these bankrupt governments have become so desperate for economic growth that they now count illegal drug activity and prostitution in their GDP calculations, both of which are typically transacted in cash.

So, ironically, by banning cash these governments will end up reducing their own GDP figures.

What’s really behind this? Why is there such a big movement to ban something that is used for felonious purposes by just a fraction of a percent of the population?

Cash, it turns out, is the Achilles’ Heel of the financial system.

Central banks around the world have kept interest rates at near-zero levels for nearly eight years now.

And despite having created massive bubbles and enabled extraordinary amounts of debt, their policies aren’t working.

Especially in Europe, the hope of stoking economic growth (and even the sickening goal of inflation) has failed.

So naturally, since what they’ve been trying hasn’t worked, their response is to continue trying the same thing… and more of it.

Interest rates across the European continent are now negative.

Japanese interest rates are now negative.

And even in the United States, the Federal Reserve has acknowledged that negative interest rates are being considered.

They have no other choice; raising rates will bankrupt the governments they support and derail any fledgling economic growth.

Look at how low interest rates are in the US– and yet 4th quarter GDP practically ground to a halt. They simply cannot afford to raise rates.

As global economic weakness continues to play out, central banks will have no other option but to take interest rates even further into negative territory.

That said, negative interest rates will be the destruction of the financial system.

Because sooner or later, if banks have to pay negative wholesale interest rates to each other and to the central bank, then eventually they’ll have to pass those negative rates on to their customers.

Many banks have already started doing this, especially on larger depositors.

We’ve seen this in Europe where some banks charge their customers negative interest to save money, and in some extraordinary circumstances, pay other customers to borrow money.

It’s total madness.

There’s a certain point, however, when interest rates become so negative that no rational person would hold money in the banking system.

Eventually people will realize that they’re better off withdrawing their money and holding physical cash.

Sure, cash doesn’t pay any interest. But it doesn’t cost any either.

If you have a $200,000 in your savings account at negative 1%, you’d have to pay the bank $2,000 each year.

Clearly it would make more sense to buy a safe and hold most of that money in cash.

Problem is, the banks don’t have the money.

For starters, there’s literally not enough cash in the entire financial system to pay out more than a fraction of all bank deposits.

More importantly, banks (especially in the US and Europe) are extremely illiquid.

They invest the vast majority of your deposit in illiquid loans or securities of dubious long-term value, whatever the latest stupid investment fad happens to be.

And many banks have been engaging in a substantial balance sheet shift, rotating bonds from what’s called “Available for Sale” to “Hold to Maturity”.

This is an accounting trick used to hide losses in their bond portfolios. But it also means they have less liquidity available to support bank customer withdrawal requests.

The natural side effect of negative interest rates is pushing people to hold money outside of the banking system.

Yet it’s clear that a surge of withdrawal requests would bring down that system.

Banks don’t want that to happen. Governments don’t want that to happen.

But since central banks have no other choice than to continue imposing negative interest rates, the only logical option is to ban cash and force consumers to hold their money within the banking system.

Make no mistake, this is absolutely a form of capital controls. And it’s coming soon to a banking system near you.

daily alternative | alternative news – The ban on cash is coming. Soon.

via The ban on cash is coming. Soon. – Sovereign Man.

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Central-banks

18.3.2012 | 15:25

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Egilsstađir, 24.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson


Ţessi gengishćkkun krónunnar er skipulögđ. Ef bankinn lánar ekki í hótel, ţá eignast bankinn ekkert. Ef bankinn lánar í hótel ţá eignast bankinn hótel. Viđ vitum ađ bankinn, gerir ekkert nema ađ skrifa töluna.

Sett á blogg:  Jóhann Elíasson

ALLT SEM BENDIR TIL AĐ NÚ SÉ "UPPGANGSTÍMINN" Á ENDA.......

http://johanneliasson.blog.is/blog/johanneliasson/entry/2198204/

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Ţessi gengishćkkun krónunnar er skipulögđ.

Ef bankinn lánar ekki í hótel, ţá eignast bankinn ekkert.  

Bankinn skrifar ađeins töluna.

Ef bankinn lánar í hótel ţá eignast bankinn hótel.      

Bankinn skrifar ađeins töluna.

Viđ vitum ađ bankinn, gerir ekkert nema ađ skrifa töluna.

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Ef eigendur hótelanna geta rekiđ hótelin međ ágóđa, ţá greiđa ţeir niđur skuldina og eignast hótelin.

Ţá fá bankarnir lániđ ţađ er töluna sem ţeir skrifuđu til baka, og sú tala er ekkert.

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Ef fjármálakerfiđ hćkkar krónuna í verđi miđađ viđ gjaldeyri, ţá fá öll útflutningsfyrirtćki, og ferđaţjónustan fćrri krónur fyrir gjaldeyririnn, og geta ekki greitt niđur lánin.

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Ef bankakerfiđ getur komiđ í veg fyrir ađ fyrirtćkin greiđi lánin, ţá á bankinn eignirnar.

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Venjulegt nćsta skref fjármálafyrirtćkjanna er ađ segja eins og 2008, ađ bankinn sé tómur.

Banki er alltaf tómur.

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Nćst segjast  fjármálafyrirtćkin ekki getađ lánađ úr tómum banka, eins og sagt var 2008.

Ţegar bankar hćtta ađ lána, ţađ er ađ skrifa peningabókhaldiđ, ţá verđur fljótt ţurrđ á peningabókhaldi, peningum.

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Ţá stöđvast fyrirtćkin, og fólkiđ missir vinnuna.

Ţá reyna allir ađ selja, en bankinn segist engum lána til ađ kaupa, og ţá stöđvast viđskipti međ fasteignir.

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Ţá reyna ađilar ađ selja á 80%, svo á 50%, til ađ borga skuldir.

Ţá segir bankinn, ţú er ađ reyna ađ  selja á 50% verđi, og ţá er ţín eign farin.

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Ég bankinn, tek allar eignirnar til mín, helst á uppbođum, til dćmir á 2% verđi.

Ţá skuldar ţú eignirnar áfram, ţó ađ ég hafi náđ eignunum.

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Hér hefur bankinn náđ öllum eignunum til sín.

Nú lćtur bankinn endurmeta eignirnar sínar miđađ viđ byggingakostnađ og ţá tvöfaldast eignirnar í verđi.

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Síđan selur bankinn eignirnar á tvöföldu eđa ţreföldu verđi.

Ég er búin ađ fara yfir ţetta oft áđur á bloggunum mínum.

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Central-banks

18.3.2012 | 15:25

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Egilsstađir, 23.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson

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„Og ţess vegna á ađ útskúfa ţeirri hagtrú sem dýrkar Mammon, ekki bara vegna ţess ađ ţú átt ekki hjáguđi hafa, í eđli sínu er ţessi hagtrú ill, byggir á mannvonsku og mannhatri, og hún rćđst ađ sjálfri tilveru mannsins, mennskunni og siđ.

Ţađ er rangt ađ hefja hana til valda, ađ láta hana ráđa yfir samfélagi okkar.

Og viđ eigum aldrei ađ kóa međ henni.“

Ómar Geirsson

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Egilsstađir, 23.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson


mbl.is Krónan sligar bílaleigur
Tilkynna um óviđeigandi tengingu viđ frétt

Ţessi gengishćkkun krónunnar er skipulögđ. Ef bankinn lánar ekki í hótel, ţá eignast bankinn ekkert. Ef bankinn lánar í hótel ţá eignast bankinn hótel. Viđ vitum ađ bankinn, gerir ekkert nema ađ skrifa töluna.

Sett á blogg:  Jóhann Elíasson

ALLT SEM BENDIR TIL AĐ NÚ SÉ "UPPGANGSTÍMINN" Á ENDA.......

http://johanneliasson.blog.is/blog/johanneliasson/entry/2198204/

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Ţessi gengishćkkun krónunnar er skipulögđ.

Ef bankinn lánar ekki í hótel, ţá eignast bankinn ekkert.  

Bankinn skrifar ađeins töluna.

Ef bankinn lánar í hótel ţá eignast bankinn hótel.      

Bankinn skrifar ađeins töluna.

Viđ vitum ađ bankinn, gerir ekkert nema ađ skrifa töluna.

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Ef eigendur hótelanna geta rekiđ hótelin međ ágóđa, ţá greiđa ţeir niđur skuldina og eignast hótelin.

Ţá fá bankarnir lániđ ţađ er töluna sem ţeir skrifuđu til baka, og sú tala er ekkert.

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Ef fjármálakerfiđ hćkkar krónuna í verđi miđađ viđ gjaldeyri, ţá fá öll útflutningsfyrirtćki, og ferđaţjónustan fćrri krónur fyrir gjaldeyririnn, og geta ekki greitt niđur lánin.

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Ef bankakerfiđ getur komiđ í veg fyrir ađ fyrirtćkin greiđi lánin, ţá á bankinn eignirnar.

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Venjulegt nćsta skref fjármálafyrirtćkjanna er ađ segja eins og 2008, ađ bankinn sé tómur.

Banki er alltaf tómur.

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Nćst segjast  fjármálafyrirtćkin ekki getađ lánađ úr tómum banka, eins og sagt var 2008.

Ţegar bankar hćtta ađ lána, ţađ er ađ skrifa peningabókhaldiđ, ţá verđur fljótt ţurrđ á peningabókhaldi, peningum.

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Ţá stöđvast fyrirtćkin, og fólkiđ missir vinnuna.

Ţá reyna allir ađ selja, en bankinn segist engum lána til ađ kaupa, og ţá stöđvast viđskipti međ fasteignir.

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Ţá reyna ađilar ađ selja á 80%, svo á 50%, til ađ borga skuldir.

Ţá segir bankinn, ţú er ađ reyna ađ  selja á 50% verđi, og ţá er ţín eign farin.

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Ég bankinn, tek allar eignirnar til mín, helst á uppbođum, til dćmir á 2% verđi.

Ţá skuldar ţú eignirnar áfram, ţó ađ ég hafi náđ eignunum.

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Hér hefur bankinn náđ öllum eignunum til sín.

Nú lćtur bankinn endurmeta eignirnar sínar miđađ viđ byggingakostnađ og ţá tvöfaldast eignirnar í verđi.

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Síđan selur bankinn eignirnar á tvöföldu eđa ţreföldu verđi.

Ég er búin ađ fara yfir ţetta oft áđur á bloggunum mínum.

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Egilsstađir, 23.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson

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„Og ţess vegna á ađ útskúfa ţeirri hagtrú sem dýrkar Mammon, ekki bara vegna ţess ađ ţú átt ekki hjáguđi hafa, í eđli sínu er ţessi hagtrú ill, byggir á mannvonsku og mannhatri, og hún rćđst ađ sjálfri tilveru mannsins, mennskunni og siđ.

Ţađ er rangt ađ hefja hana til valda, ađ láta hana ráđa yfir samfélagi okkar.

Og viđ eigum aldrei ađ kóa međ henni.“

Ómar Geirsson

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Egilsstađir, 23.06.2017  Jónas Gunnlaugsson


Global warming is all wet,”ť Giaever said in a speech entitled Global Warming Revisited he gave on July 1 to scientists from 90 countries attending the 65th annual Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany.

Nobel Winner to Obama on Global Warming: 'Mr. President, You're Wrong'

http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/kathleen-brown/nobel-prize-winning-physicist-obama-dead-wrong-global-warming-0

By Kathleen Brown | July 17, 2015 | 2:46 PM EDT

Nobel Laureate Iver Giaever. (Climate Depot)

(CNSNews.com) -- President Obama’s statements on global warming are “dead wrong,” said Nobel laureate Ivar Giaever, who rejected the president's claims that man-made global warming is causing climate change.

“I think Obama is a clever person, but he gets bad advice. Global warming is all wet,” Giaever said in a speech entitled Global Warming Revisited he gave on July 1 to scientists from 90 countries attending the 65th annual Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany.

Giaever, who was born in Norway and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1964, was one of three recipients of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1973.

Although he endorsed Obama in 2008 along with more than 70 other Nobel-winning scientists, Giaever is now criticizing the president’s statements on climate change -- particularly his 2015 State of the Union remark that “no challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.”  

"The biggest problem Obama faces is climate change? How can he say that?" Giaever asked. "I say this to Obama: 'Excuse me, Mr. President, but you're wrong.' He is dead wrong...

"So global warming really starts with these two people: Al Gore and [former United Nations climate head Rajendra] Pachauri," Giaever continued. "And what they did - they made this curve popular...And what did this curve measure? Well, this curve measures what is the average temperature for the world for a whole year...For one year. So there's an average temperature for the whole Earth for one year and that measures in a fraction of a degree.

"So what does that mean? I think probably nothing. Let me talk about that again: From 1880 to 2015, the temperature has increased from 288 K [degrees Kelvin] to 288.8 K - 0.3 percent. I think the temperature has been amazingly stable.

"If I take where I live in Albany, New York, there is roughly an 80 K difference between summer and winter at some time, so would you think that a 0.8 degree average on the Earth makes any difference to the climate in Albany? Is that sensible to you?...

"I would say that global warming basically is a non-problem. Just leave it alone, it will take care of itself,” he added.

On July 3, 36 Nobel laureates attending the meeting signed the Mainau Declaration 2015 on Climate Change, which compared “human-induced climate change” to nuclear war, calling it “another threat of comparable magnitude.”

But Giaever reminded the assembled scientists that climate change “has happened all the time, has happened everywhere, and has nothing to do with global warming.”

“So far we have left the world in a better shape than when we arrived, and this will continue, with one exception: we have to stop wasting a huge, I mean huge, amount of money on global warming. We have to do that,” he said.

Giaever rejected the notion that man-made global warming is an “incontrovertible” truth, telling his Lindau audience that “global warming really has become a new religion. Because you can’t discuss it -- it’s not proper.”

But he said he was concerned about the United Nation’s climate change conference, which will be held in Paris later this year.

“I really worry about that, because when the conference was in Copenhagen, that almost became a disaster but nothing got decided. But now I think the people who are ‘alarmists’ are in a very strong position.” he warned, accusing them of resorting to scare tactics without having temperature data to back up their claims.

“If climate change doesn’t work to scare people, they can scare people by talking about the extreme weather. That must work,” he joked, observing that the U.S. is currently seeing a “low period” in both hurricane and tornado activity.

Giaever resigned from the American Physical Society (APS) in 2011 over its official statement on global warming: “The evidence is incontrovertible: Global warming is occurring. If no mitigating actions are taken, significant disruptions in the Earth’s physical and ecological systems, social systems, security and human health are likely to occur. We must reduce emissions of greenhouse gases beginning now.”

In an email to APS’ executive director, he wrote: "In the APS it is ok to discuss whether the mass of the proton changes over time, and how a multi-universe behaves, but the evidence of global warming is incontrovertible?"

Although APS warned of the dangers of global warming, Giaever pointed out in his speech that there has been only a 0.3% increase in the global average temperature (GAT) between 1880 and 2015 (from 288 to 288.8 Kelvin), which he called “amazingly stable.”

“Everything is going to hell. But the facts are that in the last 100 years we have measured the temperature, it has gone up 0.8 degrees and everything in the world has gotten better...We live better, we have better work, better health, better everything -- but if we go [up] another 0.8 degrees, we’re gonna die, I guess,” he said sarcastically.

Giaever also does not perceive a threat in rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, noting that “if you have more CO2 the plant grows faster...It’s a wonderful thing, but they don’t talk about that in Nature magazine, which he accused of wanting to “cash in on the [global warming] fad.”

“I think the average temperature of the Earth is equal to the emperor’s new clothes. There was a boy who cried, ‘The emperor has no clothes on.’ And I would cry out and say you can’t measure the temperature for the whole Earth with such accuracy.”

He added that the "optimal temperature" for the globe has never been establsihed.

“What is the optimal temperature for the Earth? Is it the temperature we have right now? That would be a miracle.” he said. “Maybe it’s two degrees warmer. Maybe it’s two degrees colder. No one has told me what the optimal temperature is for the whole Earth.”

Egilsstađir, 16.06.2017 Jónas Gunnlaugsson


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How upgrading humans will become the next billion-dollar industry

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-upgrading-humans-will-become-the-next-billion-dollar-industry-2017-04-03

Fifty years from now, today’s humans will be obsolete, historian Yuval Harari says

By Jeremy Olshan

Amazon

Detail of “Homo Deus” hardcover dust jacket.

Investors searching for the next transformative technology destined to turn a bunch of Ivy League dropouts into billionaires, and half the market into a loose slot machine, need only look in the mirror.

“The greatest industry of the 21st century will probably be to upgrade human beings,” historian Yuval Harari, author of the fascinating new book “Homo Deus,” told MarketWatch.

‘For the first time in history it will be possible to translate economic inequality into biological inequality.’ Yuval Harari

For all of humanity’s scientific, economic and artistic achievements, we have neglected this ultimate self-improvement project, Harari said. Our bodies and brains, after all, still run on the same hardware and software that evolved some 200,000 years ago.

Alphabet’s GOOG, -0.27% GOOGL, -0.16% Google already has a unit devoted to overcoming death, Harari noted. And who can doubt that Apple AAPL, -1.40% will want to pick from this new tree of knowledge, as well, or that after conquering self-driving cars Uber, in spite of the antics of its CEO, will want to build an Übermensch?

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As new technologies yield humans with much longer battery lives, killer apps and godlike superpowers, within the next six decades, if Harari is right, even the finest human specimens of 2017 will in hindsight seem like flip phones.

There is, of course, a catch. Many of us will remain flip phones, as the technology to upgrade humans to iPhones is likely to be costly, and regulated differently around the world. These advances will likely “lead to greater income inequality than ever before,” Harari said. “For the first time in history it will be possible to translate economic inequality into biological inequality.”

Such a divide could give rise to a new version of “old racist ideologies that some races are naturally superior to others,” Harari said. “Except this time the biological differences will be real, something that is engineered and manufactured.”

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At the same time, these superhumans will have less and less to do, Harari, said, because robots and artificial intelligence will perform more and more of the jobs with which obsolete humans used to be tasked.

So what will these future humans do all day? Will we sail aboard an intergalactic cruise ship sitting on our butts while sucking down junk food like the future humans in Pixar’s DIS, -0.44% feel-good dystopian movie “Wall-E”?

Almost, Harari said.

“The only serious answer I can give is they will play computer games,” Harari said. “Immersive, 3D virtual-reality games that will be far more fun and more exciting than anything in real life.”

If that sounds straight out of an episode of “Black Mirror,” Harari noted that we have been playing variants on such games for thousands of years. “This is actually not completely new — religion is in a sense a virtual-reality game. There are a set of quite arbitrary laws, you have to gain points, and if you gain enough points in

this life you get to go on to the next level.”

Given that choice, it may be preferable to remain a flip phone in a dad bod case.

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The wishful thinking of a Trump assassination is getting more threatening. No Republican is safe, whether it’s Jeff Sessions in the Senate on Tuesday, or Congressional Republicans at a baseball practice ... Told they were Republicans, he opened fire.

Trump was the real target

The wishful thinking of a Trump assassination is getting more threatening. 

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/20637

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Jack Engelhard, 15/06/17 18:0

So it has come to this --

No Republican is safe, whether it’s Jeff Sessions in the Senate on Tuesday, or Congressional Republicans at a baseball practice in Virginia on Wednesday.

Wednesday’s shooting, from a gunman identified as a Bernie Sanders supporter, hit and wounded House (GOP) Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others. 

They were sent to the hospital. Scalise’s condition is apparently most serious, but all are hopefully expected to recover. But will the republic, seeing how the Democrats are on a tear; them and all leftists who call themselves the Resistance. That means resistance to President Trump.  

The gunman (now dead from the heroic actions of the police) wanted to know whose team were playing ball there in Alexandria. 

Told they were Republicans, he opened fire. 

Trump is the real target. 

That’s who they’re really trying to bag, if by Red Scare innuendos in Congress or by mockery that plainly hints at the wishful thinking of a Trump assassination. 

From Stephen Colbert’s rant, to Kathy Griffin’s head-on-a stick, to Shakespeare in the Park substituting Trump for the bludgeoning of Caesar, we know what they’re thinking…and we can only guess who they may be influencing.

There are any number of nut cases out there who get the general idea. 

Those of us who watched Tuesday’s Senate hearing that featured Attorney General Jeff Sessions could only wonder when this will stop – this fixation on Russia.

Apparently it won’t stop any time soon. Sen. Mark Warner (D. Virginia) opened by demanding that Sessions make himself available for many more investigations still to come – as if Sessions has no day job, and as if branding Trump and all of Trump’s people no better than Russian spies will preoccupy Democrats from now until forever. 

Have they no other business? 

Do they ever listen to themselves talk, these Democrats, their desperation through nitpicking, to find something, anything that will stick?

Are they aware of their hysteria? 

Who won this election anyway? Why are the Republicans, who did win, on the hot heat? You’d think it would be the other way round. 

As for me, I thought a GOP sweep of the White House and Congress would send Hillary Clinton running for the hills. 

She, not Sessions, would be begging for mercy. Or was it Sessions who was guilty of “extreme carelessness with classified material?’

Was it Sessions who destroyed evidence, even using a hammer to beat to death 30,000 e-mails?

No, all that was Hillary Clinton, aided by Huma Abedin and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Why are they sleeping safe and snug while Sessions sweats his way through another day at the Inquisition, pleading for his job and his reputation, already in tatters as Democrats thrill to their success at character assassination en route to Trump.

People say Sessions was “feisty” at Tuesday’s Senate witch-hunt. I say he was lame. 

I say he was lame from the moment he recused himself from the Russia probe…and still lame for not bringing charges against Hillary et al. 

I say Republican lawmakers owe us an explanation. Explain, please, why you allow yourselves to be led by the nose by the party that lost?

New York-based bestselling American novelist Jack Engelhard writes regularly for Arutz Sheva. His books, including “The Bathsheba Deadline,” are available from Amazon and other retailers. Engelhard wrote the international bestseller “Indecent Proposal” and the award-winning Montreal memoir “Escape from Mount Moriah.” His latest is “News Anchor Sweetheart.” He is the recipient of the Ben Hecht Award for Literary Excellence. Website: www.jackengelhard.com

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