Month: April 2016

Deutsche bank settles lawsuit for price rigging, turns “state’s evidence” on other banks

Prior to last week, Deutsche Bank made headlines for a string of huge losses and massive exposure to risky derivatives. The last time the firm’s shares traded at prices this low, the world was in the midst of 2008’s financial apocalypse. Deutsche Bank didn’t need more bad news, but a group of investors who brought suit against the massive German bank for cheating them by rigging the London “fix” price for gold and silver certainly must be smiling. Last week, the bank offered to settle their class action suit for an undisclosed amount. Perhaps more importantly, DB promises to...

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Why I started the HopeGirl Blog

I just wanted to thank you for reading my blog!  If you’re like me, you’ve realized by now that main stream media has a SERIOUSLY HUGE disconnect with what is really going on in our world. This has gotten so bad that it has come to the point where we are just not being told the full story about almost everything and anything. When I first realized this I felt… well, lost. It was so hard to find the relevant information amidst all the lies and propaganda. And then when I finally found some REAL news I felt like it...

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Fix the Word Giving Report for April 2016

Because of the help of generous people like you, FTW was able to help fund several people through Kiva this month. We are happy to share their stories with you here. Please watch this video to see why Fix the World gives to Kiva every month: Hikmatyor (above) is a young farmer from Hamadoni. At 23 years old his is actively engaged in agriculture. He is already married and he lives with his wife with his parents. His mother is on pension and his father works as an engineer. Hikmatyor started his own agricultural business three years ago and...

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What is Overunity and Perpetual Motion?

Overunity – Simply means you get out more energy than you put in Comes from when you divide the amount of energy output by the amount of energy input and you end up with a figure greater than 1. In physics (and elsewhere) “unity” is another name for 1 It is confused with perpetual motion because the idea then is that you could connect an over-unity device’s output to its input and then it would run itself. Perpetual Motion – A hypothetical machine that can do work indefinitely without an energy source (exists in isolation). Often Confused with overunity....

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Michael Faraday and the Homopolor Generator

Michael Faraday, FRS (22 Sep 1791–Aug 25 1867) was an English chemist and physicist who studied the magnetic field around a conductor carrying a DC electric current, and established the basis for the magnetic field concept in physics. He discovered electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism, and laws of electrolysis. Michael Faraday did an experiment on December 26th, 1831, in which he co-rotated a magnet with a copper disk and measured a current output. Even though he had done that experiment, his own law of induction tended to ignore that fact. Known for over 150 years, the operation of Faraday homopolar generator...

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