Sepp Hasslberger: Hooverbike in UK

Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp Hasslberger

We combined the simplicity of a motorbike and the freedom of a helicopter to create the world’s first flying motorcycle.”  The Hoverbike concept is intriguing and seems sound. Two motors and counter-rotating propellers for lift. Very stable in the air. The inventor is producing a 1/3rd size model/drone first and then will develop the full size version..

Forget motorcycles! Hoverbikes are in the works

UK-based Malloy Aeronautics is preparing to test a manned quadcopter capable of out-manouvering a helicopter and presenting a new paradigm for aerial vehicles.

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Owl: CDC Whistleblower Reveals Massive US Government – Corporate — Media Complicity in Concealing Vaccine Cause of Autism — 340% Increased Risk Documented Long Ago — Lawsuits Planned Legions of Parents Anguished

Who?  Who?

Who? Who?

Major CDC Cover-up on Connection of Vaccines and Autism is About to Blow Open Like Mount Vesuvius

This story about a very big cover-up on the link between vaccines and autism committed by the CDC has been making the rounds on alternative media for the last ten days. The implications to be seen in this story so far are like the loud rumblings of a volcano about to blow. But if this volcano of a cover-up does blow open very soon into the mainstream, as is most likely – since alternative media outlets have reported on massive lawsuits being planned – given the connection, in this case to African-American children, this promises to rain down on the public a greater-than-ever-before awareness of corporatist-government collusion and corruption occurring on a massive, never-seen-before scale. Until now, the identity of the CDC whistle-blower was kept a secret, but his name is now out (highlights are mine):

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SchwartzReport: Europe Ending Reliance of Fossil Fuels

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

This is really an extraordinary report and very good news. I wish the same could be said of the United States though. It makes me very sad that my country is falling further and further behind technologically at the level where it really counts — the level at which people live their daily lives. We have rotten cell phone service compared to the rest of the world, our internet speed is a disgrace, our illness profit system is an! embarrassment, and we are massive polluters in the grip of an intractable carbon energy industry. Only voter participation is going to stop this, and about 40 per cent of Americans can’t be bothered to vote, and those that do in many areas of the country choose to support corrupt venal morons. Click through to see the important graphs.

Soon, Europe Might Not Need Any New Power Plants
JEFF SPROSS – Climate Progress

Within a few decades, large-scale, centralized electricity generation from fossil fuels could be a thing of the past in Europe. . . . That’s the word from investment bank UBS, which just released a new report anticipating a three pronged assault from solar power, battery technology, and electric vehicles that will render obsolete traditional power generation by large utilities that rely on coal or natural gas. According to Renew Economy, which picked up the report, the tipping point will arrive around 2020. At that point, investing in a home solar system with a 20-year life span, plus some small-scale home battery technology and an electric car, will pay for itself in six to eight years for the average consumer in Germany, Italy, Spain, and much of the rest of Europe. Crucially, this math holds even without any government subsidies for solar power.

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