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UK Gov to announce SMART HOMES next!.
Professor | December 5, 2009 at 09:12 amby
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Following Smart Meters (announced by Ed Balls) and a Smart Grid (expected by Ed Millibrand) one also has to contend with “Smart Homes” in the chain of things to come.
Opinion: A very strange scenario indeed given that in 2007 ( See news below) other Govs like <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />Germany, France and Australia warn against the use of wireless technology while the UK be promoting it. One also has to take into consideration the timeline 1996 in which cellular phone technology caused a big Health stir!. Obviously we need to communicate with the birds and the bees on what’s really happening since it is they afterall whom have lost all direction.
25 07 1990 CRRES Satellite launched - 3 YR mission.
14 11 1996 New York – First digital Mobiles and illness
00 00 1997 HAARP project expected on-line With FULL power
00 00 1997 year of disasters
00 00 1998 Chemtrails
00 05 2000 A "flu-like" epidemic is on the rise.
00 00 2002 Chemtrails - despite official denials.
24 01 2007 DEMENTIA – smart homes
00 09 2007 Mobile phone warning.
25 09 2008 Solar wind blows at 50-year low.
29 10 2008 UK 'faces oil crisis in five years'
01 11 2008 Experts warn- dementia 'epidemic' through binge-drinking
00 11 2008 SMART HOMES - Personalised Ambient Monitoring (PAM) project. 08 04 2009 oil Tankers sit tight for price rise
16 04 2009 Plan to boost electric car sales.
04 11 2009 Climate change to affect insurance.
02 12 2009 Smart meter idea to cut power bills.
25 07 1990 CRRES Satellite launched - 3 YR mission. The Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite (CRRES) was a dual-mission spacecraft with a NASA mission to perform active chemical-release experiments using barium. Its altitude was approx 2000 km lower than the targeted geosynchronous altitude of 35,786 km. When comparing the sources of wavelike disturbances [WD] with other WD's of other origins (from earthquakes, high-altitude explosions and solar terminator), it was shown that purposeful injection in the ionosphere of even a small barium quantity with orbital velocity in terminator region might be the effective means for generation or amplification of natural WD.
14 11 1996 New York – First digital Mobiles and illness. Omnipoint cellular provider opens for business broadcasting from thousands of newly erected antennae on rooftops of buildings. According to the Health authorities an early flu hit only New York City -not Boston -not Philadelphia - on about 15 November. The flu was severe dragging on for months instead of the usual two weeks and given that a Cellular Phone Task Force placed a small classified ad in a free weekly newspaper reading – “If you have been ill since 11/15/96 with any of the following: eye pain, insomnia, dry lips, swollen throat, pressure or pain in the chest, headaches, dizziness, nausea, shakiness, other aches and pains, or flu that won't go away, you may be a victim of a new microwave system blanketing the city. We need to hear from you”. In response Hundreds called, men, women, whites, blacks, Asians, Latinos, doctors, lawyers, teachers, stockbrokers, airline stewards, computer operators. Most had woken up suddenly in mid-November, thinking they were having a stroke or a heart attack or a nervous breakdown, and were relieved to know they were not alone and not crazy. Is it true that the subsequent mortality statistics, from the Centres for Disease Control, published for 122 US cities showed that each of dozens of those cities recorded a 10-25 per cent increase lasting two to three months beginning on the day in 1996 or 1997 on which that city's first digital cell phone network began commercial service?. Is it true that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued regulations setting public exposure limits for microwave radiation at levels at least ten thousand times higher than levels which, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, were causing reports of illness from all over the world.
00 00 1997 HAARP project expected on-line With FULL power
00 00 1997 year of disasters, insurance companies paid $92 billion in weather disaster-related claims. [ This is refered to by Teller whom stated that his weather modification program would cost only $1 billion per year.
00 00 1998 Chemtrailsthroughout the World nearly now on a daily basis!. Areas intensely sprayed being the U.S., Canada, Europe and England since 1998
00 05 2000 A "flu-like" epidemic is on the rise. The Centers for Disease Control says that a "flu-like" epidemic is on the rise due to some "unknown pathogen".11 out of every 100 newly dead people have died from this "Influenza-Like Illness", but 99% of sick patients have tested negative for the flu
00 00 2002 Chemtrails - Kucinich recently told the Columbus Alive newspaper (Jan. 24, 2002) that despite official denials, as head of the Armed Services oversight committee he is well acquainted with chemtrail projects. ‘Vision for 2020,’ that’s developing these weapons,” Kucinich told reporter Bob Fitrakis
24 01 2007 DEMENTIA – smart homes Technology has been developed by the Bath Institute of Medical Engineering (BIME) in the School for Health at the University of Bath for smart homes. It will use special sensors that can wirelessly ‘talk’ to devices, such as a cooker, taps and light switches and encourage suffers to go back to bed. The idea is that residents will stay in the smart home for a short period of around three months, before returning to their own home in which items they like can then be installed.
00 09 2007 Mobile phone warning. The German Government has warned its citizens not to use mobile phones (only in emergencies) and Wi-Fi. In Italy, children were banned in March of 2007 from bringing cell phones to schools. In November 2007, the city of Paris voted to ban Wi-Fi in Public Libraries. In December 2007, an Australian Democrats commissioned discussion paper found microwave radiation from cell phone towers to very likely be behind the drastic rise in disease states like cancer, diabetes, asthma, allergies, and Alzheimer's disease, etc.
25 9 2008 Solar wind blows at 50-year low. The solar wind - the stream of charged particles billowing away from the Sun - is at its weakest for 50 years. Scientists made the assessment after studying 18 years of data from the Ulysses satellite which has sampled the space environment all around our star. They expect the reduced output to have effects right across the Solar System. The solar wind, which originates in the Sun's hot outer atmosphere known as the corona, gusts and calms with the star's familiar 11-year cycle of activity (but also over its less well known longer cycles, too). "This is a whole Sun phenomenon," said Dave McComas, Ulysses solar wind instrument principal investigator, from Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, US. "The entire Sun is blowing significantly less hard - about 20-25% less hard - than it was during the last solar minimum 10-15 years ago. "That's a very significant change. The charged wind particles also carry with them the Sun's magnetic field, and this has a protective role in limiting the number of high-energy cosmic rays that can enter the Solar System. "Reduced solar activity also leads to the cooling of Earth's upper atmosphere and if Earth's upper atmosphere is cooler then there is less drag up there on satellites and this means we are left with much more debris up there - which is also something astronauts have to look out for." Some researchers have attempted to link the intensity of cosmic rays at Earth to cloudiness and climate change.
29 10 2008 OIL crisis to hit the UK in 5 years'. A report from the Peak Oil group warned that the problem of declining availability of oil will hit the UK earlier than generally expected - possibly within the next five years. Peak Oil chairman Jeremy Leggett said "Society has become oil-dependent to its rivets. What we are warning of is a peak in production beyond which will be a fall, potentially a rapid fall, and that will mean a global energy crisis if the analysis is correct.” "What we are arguing is that the oil industry and oil institutions have been irrationally exuberant about their ability to meet demand going forward, in much the same way that the financial institutions have been irrationally exuberant about their ability to manage complex financial instruments. "When they fail to meet demand, many countries will experience this as an energy crisis. Some will experience it as an energy famine, as producers start to withhold exports.
01 11 2008 Experts warn- dementia 'epidemic' through binge-drinking Experts are warning of a dementia 'epidemic' caused by binge-drinking while Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia in which alcohol is said to account for around a 1/10th of all cases.
00 11 2008 SMART HOMES - Personalised Ambient Monitoring (PAM) project. 4th European Conference of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering [ IFMBE ]. Some 1 in 10 of the (UK) population will suffer a disabling mental disorder at some stage in their life and thus the Personalised Ambient Monitoring concept encompasses the ‘electronic’ monitoring of ‘activity signatures’ to issue alerts. The types of data under consideration being GPS, accelerometers, environment (e.g. temperature and light levels), passive IR sensors (within the home) and sound processing to log the audio ‘environment’.
08 04 2009 oil Tankers sit tight for price rise. There are currently more oil tankers moored off the south Devon coast than at any time since the 1980s, a local shipping agency has said. There are now 10 tankers, each carrying up to 250,000 tonnes of crude oil, anchored in Lyme Bay, near Brixham. Mr Wright, associate director of the University of Plymouth's Marine Institute, said: "Up to 60 tankers around the world are currently being used as storage tankers in anticipation of oil price rises. "The owner is happy because he's getting money for his ship and the speculators are happy too. "They'll just sit and wait for the market to go up."
Mr Carter, from Torbay and Brixham Shipping Agency, said: "We've got 10 tankers out here at the moment, fully manned, ready to go. "Ships know Lyme Bay is a good area to anchor in because it's sheltered. "Some are here a couple of weeks, but we've got one that's been here eight weeks." Once the oil is sold tankers will head to refineries to unload.
16 04 2009 Plan to boost electric car sales. Motorists will be offered subsidies of up to £5,000 to encourage them to buy electric or plug-in hybrid cars under plans announced by the government. Critics said the Government needed to invest more in places to recharge the vehicles and in public transport. Transport Secretary Geoff Hoon said that there was huge potential to reduce emissions, with less than 0.1% of the UK's 26 million cars now electric. The Labour plan announced today is like giving people a grant to buy an internal combustion engine, without bothering to set up any petrol stations - George Osborne, shadow chancellor
04 11 2009 Climate change to affect insurance. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) said predicted rises in temperatures in the UK looked set to "significantly" increase the cost to insurers of flood and windstorm damage. It would also mean insurers had to hold more capital in reserve for potential losses, which could lead to a reduction in the availability of cover. The ABI worked with the Met Office and risk modelling group AIR Worldwide. It found that the average cost of losses to insurers from river flooding and flash floods could rise by 14% to some £633 a year if global temperatures rose by 4C, which could happen by as early as by 2060. Annual losses as a result of windstorms could increase by 25% to some £827 million due to predicted changes to storm tracks, along which cyclones travel. Nick Starling, the ABI's director of general insurance and health, said: "These findings have serious implications for insurers, householders, businesses and governments."
02 12 2009 Smart meter idea to cut power bills. Energy Secretary Mr Miliband is expected to reveal details of plans over smart meters and an associated smart Grid. The Gov intends to install into some 26 million homes 47 million meters by 2020 at a cost of between £7 billion and £9 billion, or about £340 per household. The average home however will save just £28 a year off a typical annual dual fuel bill as meter readers become unemployed and end the estimated bill era. The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) defended the meters and estimates the devices will save about £11.79 billion – some £4.33 billion for consumers and some £6.16 billion for energy companies.