A few years back, I remember there being talks about using water as a fuel by destabilizing the hydrogen particle in the H2O. Up until this point, we haven’t seen a vehicle that runs on water. Audi has just experienced a breakthrough in science. They have confirmed that they have created a green technology to use air and water as an “e-diesel” fuel. They have just created their very first batch.
“E-Diesel” is a clear liquid that is produced using a power to liquid process. Essentially, they are heating water to over 800 degrees Celsius to create steam. This is done using green methods because it’s also been determined it is more efficient to do so. Once this water is heated to the perfect temperature, it uses carbon dioxide from the air to create what is being referred to as “blue crude”. Audi’s partner Sunfire is on the pioneering edge of this process.
This low emission “e-diesel” does not contain sulfurs or other harsh environmentally impacting contaminants. The engines run quieter and fewer pollutants are being created.
This new fuel was tested by German Education and Research minister, Johanna Wanka. She put the first five liters into her official vehicle and apparently it worked as if she had fueled up with conventional fuel. No conversion necessary. INCREDIBLE.
Look at the impact we can have on our environment if we take one of the most detrimental greenhouse gases and turn it into raw material. We are basically using our pollutants to fuel our vehicles and lessening their impact on our climate.
The information I’ve been connected to within the last year has indicated that these very breakthroughs were going to start to show themselves now. I will not be surprised at all if there are more technologies released that help us clean our oceans, air, and natural habitats. These technologies just can’t be suppressed any more. I’m very much looking forward to what else comes out in this mind-set. These are very exciting times indeed!
Facebook Privacy Class-Action Lawsuit
A class action lawsuit involving over 75,000 people seeking approxamately 500 euros has been approved by a European court. The plaintiffs are claiming that Facebook was working with the NSA’s PRISM programs and claims violations of their rights to privacy.
This lawsuit is being spearheaded by Austrian laywer, Max Schrems. If the plaintiffs win, Facebook is looking at a payout of about $14 million. In addition to damages, plaintiffs are looking to suspend Facebook’s data usage as well.
Facebook has remained mostly silent, but have offered that Facebook users have no right to sue Facebook for anything…
Most disclaimers or legal “notices” we are required to sign or acknowledge prior to our use of a product or service are written to do exactly what they do, confuse us. It’s written in legalese and most people just assume they don’t really say anything worth reading and they want to use this product or service so they blindly click, “I agree” and move on.
Unfortunately, these legal notices or “read me’s” are not written to protect you, the consumer. They are mainly written for the general public to give up personal rights to privacy and the like and waive your right to litigate against the company that is taking ownership of your personal life and “consumer data”. Everywhere you go online is watched and used for various things, but mostly for predatory advertising.
I get really surprised sometimes that “respectable” websites run ads in the margins that show me things I’ve recently googled while I’m shopping. We aren’t safe from advertisements anywhere. We are constantly bombarded with propaganda used to get us to spend our money on things we don’t really need. I typically don’t see these ads for groceries or things I need…just things I think I want fleetingly or a random pharmaceutical “teaser” to make me wonder about my colon health and if Colontastic is right for me…regardless of the harmful side effects.
That’s only the mild information that is used against us on a day to day basis. I have not researched much into what this NSA PRISM project is, but more than likely it’s main focus is not in my best interest or the general public’s. I am glad to see someone is holding Facebook responsible for there violation of sensitive and personal data.
See, here in the United States, no one has undertaken this task. Either our “I agree” clicks have REALLY screwed our legal protection to a point it will never be approved in court of law or there are just no lawyers or judges that are willing to take on this tech giant because of deals our own government has made to use this information against us.
I have to say against us only because I haven’t had the experience of clicking on or searching for something that was actually just given to me, a job handed to me, or interest rates lowered ‘just because’.
Mysterious Lights in Southern California
Residents of Southern California posted videos and photos of strange lights in the sky that looked like fireballs or orbs. The lights were glowing orange and gold and witnesses saw two that faded to one and at one point there were three. They remained mostly stationary and were very slow moving.
Local military bases and the airlines do not report any connection to these lights. There was no military activity in the area and the FAA also claims “no unusual aircraft activity in Southern California last night”.
What do you think you are seeing? I was trying to link another video of the lights on this post and I was totally surprised. Apparently, these lights and other phenomena is pretty ‘common’ for Southern California. I do remember seeing an article somewhere that showed a google earth close up of an underwater UFO base off the coast of Southern California.
I wish I could remember where I saw that so I could link it, but maybe that’s the explanation? There is quite a bit of activity there for sure!
We are far greater beings than we have been told, far greater beings than most of us realize.
In Light and Love,