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hapiwondrer 499 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 15, 2014 9:36 PM Member since: Sep 25, 2010
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  • hapiwondrer by hapiwondrer Apr 15, 2014 9:36 PM Flag

    Since no one here has the brains to figure out the exact time when the banksters’ house of cards will collapse, nor does anyone else, banksters and their inner circle excluded, we must rely on the admittedly cloudy predictions of those who have spent many years of their lives trying to divine the future.

    A rather good editorial on where we are headed is titled, “The Real Purpose Of QE…It’s Not Employment” by Daryl Robert Schoon, wherein he states: “...The bankers’ ponzi-scheme – which began with the distortion of free markets in 1694 when the Bank of England began issuing debt-based paper banknotes alongside the Royal Mint’s gold and silver coins – is coming to an end. ...” The Rothschild’s noted The success of this scam & was not lost on Amshall Moses Bower, whose son later changed his surname to Rothschild (you know the story) and used it to garner the huge profit potential for their empire building scheme.

    In 1694, in this country, much of commerce used England’s silver coinage to settle debts and as exchange for something else of value to them. The same is true of Spanish coinage, the result of the plundering new world gold. Along came Alexander Hamilton, a Rothschild agent, to define what had to be exchanged monetarily, termed “legal tender”, and the flood gates were open to bankster greed and plunder.

    Note the date of 1694, for those of you that think Fibonacci TA will make you rich. If that was the case no one would be visiting finance.yahoo. They'd have a bankster loan for their yacht at some exotic place surrounded by a bevy of beauties plying their gold-digging trade, who, in their airhead view of finance, would accept “legal” counterfeit instead.

    Those of you that continually obsess over each twist and turn of the PM markets are totally missing the big picture. Now it looks probable that we might test $1200 Au again, an unusual triple bottom. For those who have kept their “powder dry”, that could be a major opportunity for future profit. Stay tuned.

  • hapiwondrer by hapiwondrer Apr 14, 2014 6:51 AM Flag

    Jacob Rothschild=Malaysia Flight MH370; patent holders of Rothschild interests on flight.

    See: “Rothschild Behind Disappearance of Flight MH370?”

    NO remnants or debris of Flight MH370 have been recovered from the surface from the Indian Ocean. Unless the actual plane is sighted by underwater cameras and the flight data recorder retrieved from Flight MH370, could an identical “black box” have been dropped there and pre-programmed with believable data? This would indeed take highly technical expertise in every aspect of data input that few technical experts would possess, narrowed by the population of those that could be brought into such a conspiracy. Look out for possible statements that the “black box” is the most important item to be recovered, and that the bodies of passengers should have the seabed as their final resting place in “respect for their legacies”.

    It is unusual for NO buoyant items from the alleged crash of MH370 to have been found. Many items in the manufacture of an aircraft, as well as things carried by passengers, would float to the surface. Some buoyant objects could be made less buoyant by the pressures at the seabed. Others would be less affected or would experience increased buoyancy with decreased pressure at depths as they float towards the surface, such as certain plastic materials.

    Note that there is alleged retrieval of the metadata from a cell phone image containing GPS coordinates from Philip Wood, a passenger on Flight MH370 imprisoned on the island, Diego Garcia. These coordinates are available on some websites that are formatted acceptably for Google maps.

    If you are investors in the PM market in some way, does this give you some indication of how difficult it could be to be profitable, unless, of course, you have some connection to the elitist inner circle?

    The above could be proven wrong if wreckage is found. Stay tuned. NO ONE knows what has taken place until an honest appraisal has resulted.

  • Reply to

    During the market crash

    by dalerobin777 Apr 11, 2014 11:17 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 11, 2014 6:07 PM Flag

    “...They would get crushed again in the same scenario, it is just an issue of demand for currency to pay debt, which we have a lot of. ...”

    Currency (fiat) to repay debt)? Hmmm!

    That’s why Alexander Hamilton, who was responsible for having our currency declared as legal tender, was such a devious individual. He knew that the government and private first Bank of the United States would eventually create fiat “money”. Otherwise we would still be on a true gold standard. You’ll have to arrive at why this is true where gaps in the story can’t be included due to character limitations; and because Yahoo doesn’t allow links to expert opinions unless they are “white listed” (Yahoo approved).

    Aaron Burr did us all a great favor before Hamilton could eventually have done even more damage; although there is no indication Burr had that in mind. It was purely personal. How Hamilton was able to convince George Washington of the wisdom of his views on currency and banking is VERY puzzling. Without besmirching the character of George Washington, maybe others have the answers that have a better grasp of the historical record.

    The point is that the designs of Hamilton have to be undone so fiat “money” can NEVER again be termed “legal tender” to be replaced by a TRUE gold standard backed by strict enforcement. That means some portions of the Coinage Act of 1792 should be used that require the death penalty to any who violate it, rather than the assassination of POTUSs who have, in the past, attempted to reverse Hamilton’s damage.

    Hamilton, as many historians have noted, was a Rothschild agent that also brought about the concept of a private central bank called the Bank of the United States. Notice how even then the banksters tried to give the impression that the bank was solely a federal government operation, just like currently with the Federal Reserve System, which is NOT federal. It is PRIVATE and only is concerned with ITS bottom line for ITS elitist owners.

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 9, 2014 3:30 AM Flag

    Go ahead. Cite your source. It’s a simple matter of finding a graph on an internet website (assuming you know what a graph is). Unless your vision isn’t normal you’ll never find a credible source that shows linearity on a graph.

    You have stated all your aerospace experience. Most of us know that people hold jobs that aren’t qualified to do so because preferential treatment has become so rampant. We even have a POTUS that was chosen on the basis of skin color. Character and ability was never an issue.

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 9, 2014 3:28 AM Flag

    Perhaps it’s admiration for the history of Boeing and how some individuals are besmirching it by insisting they’ve got the facts, when they don’t. That, by the way, is true in any walk of life.

    As for your comment: “Are there no other boards for you to slime?” Fortunately none that hold any degree of interest compared to those regularly visited. In the latter case “sliming” never was considered since “slime” was relatively absent.

    And yes, your fondest wish will come to pass. There’s no longer any point in spending time with a message board that has been hijacked and no one has any interest in putting a stop to it. These are, by the way, the destructive tactics of leftists (or whatever label you find to your liking) whose main objective is domination for dominations sake. Most others would agree that is highly un-American. But the Internet is not solely relegated to conversations that issue within our borders. You never can tell if those that CLAIM they have important associations within Boeing, in fact do. That’s best left there by those of us that have.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 8, 2014 2:56 AM Flag

    Yes. And Teddy boy walked back to the highway, passing a house that night where the people were up with the lights on. This story was told to people we know back in 1972 by the couple that lived in the home at that time. Had he knocked on the door they would have gladly provided him their phone to make an emergency phone call.

    There’s nothing like a story gotten straight from the source where you can look them in the eye and know they’re telling the truth. Kopechne was a victim of having bought into left wing politics, to which she was closely allied. Her religious affiliation also speaks to her brand of politics, generally speaking.

    Unfortunately it takes more than that to turn the tide of public opinion. It takes widespread disasters, like what will be the ultimate outcome of Obamacare (Un-ACA). It will be interesting to see the reaction here on a message board of a major corporation (rating wise) for this post since another one briefly visited is populated by fraudulently inclined left-wingers as well. It seems that major corporations attract, and in fact only retain, those types of individuals to belong to the “too big to fail” as they fleece the rest of us.

    To be blunt, we are not represented as a people by either party. The people’s (or is it peoples’) money is counterfeit allowing the elite every conceivable type of fraud and corruption to line their pockets.

    Just like the other message board newly visited of a major corporation, it seems the left wingers here are using their automated Russian programmer thumbs down rating system (assuming you know their talent as programmers), and just viewing your total “4 thumbs down” rating currently, none in the positive. People too stupid to think for themselves see these quickly applied ratings (happening in mere seconds) and are dissuaded from posting a positive one.

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 8, 2014 2:05 AM Flag

    What is it with you people? You were provided a credible source and still you persist in claiming that which is, is not. If there are any who should ST*U, it is YOU. This message board is almost entirely populated by corrupt individuals.

    Spartacus99991 was already given a tabulated portion of the USA TODAY table, and still you and he/she persist in ignoring what was copied and pasted from the table based on the source, “Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators”. If you wish to criticize, find your own table and copy it in your answer. Or are you too f’ing lazy. The only one to be embarrassed will be YOU. A table is not the best way to display this data, as you well know, but there is no way to do it on a Yahoo message board. That’s why you think you can get away with claiming that pressure is linear with altitude. The pressure, by the way, was NOT in psi. It was in in-Hg, which can be translated, and a simple suggestion was given that is available on the Internet.

    Also, your good bud, techpath, has outed himself as a fraud by supporting JP Morgan as a source of reliable financial information. Since many of us know the tight linkage between major corporations and central banks, which JP Morgan is tightly linked to, that’s all we need to know about techpath and JPM. They’re both CORRUPT since, as the saying goes, “birds of a feather stick together”. JPM has been involved in drug money laundering, among many other things too numerous to state here. See Eric Holder’s statement on throwing these blastards in jail, where they should reside permanently. He’s also a weasel that would sell his mother for pieces of silver.

    You’re a corrupt bunch of weasels. Go away to wherever your came from, certainly not in this country, unless you’re part of some far left wing group. While you’re at it, take your f’ing Russian programmer designed automated rating system with you.

  • Reply to

    Ratings

    by hapiwondrer Mar 29, 2014 3:46 AM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 7, 2014 8:33 PM Flag

    We’ve got an automated down-thumber with some compatriots here with many screen names. This becomes obvious when watching the ratings take place in mere minutes. To discover the source, if you feel it's worth your time and to satisfy your curiosity, simply respond to the usual suspects and watch the ratings drop like a rock. Be sure you say something that helps disclose their agenda. The last should be of particular interest.

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 7, 2014 1:49 AM Flag

    “... I have personally been on board flight TESTS at 46,000' (without a full load). ...”

    The key word here is “tests”. We are not dealing with a spacecraft that is expendable. These aircraft experience thousands of flight hours complete with landings and take-offs.

    OBVIOUSLY THE 777 IS NOT A GROUND VEHICLE, but there was a story about 18 years ago about a bus in NY City on a hot day. Some of the windows blew out and fell on some passing vehicles because of the difference in pressure between the inside and outside as the bus’s air conditioner was running. It turns out that the windows were glued in place by the manufacturer and the heat on the outside loosened the glue. Did the manufacturer ADEQUATELY test these buses? Or was there a BUDGET that had to be met? What if, instead of NY City, this had happened in the middle of Death Valley on one of the hotter days there?

    Again, we learn from our mistakes, unless a failure is just too difficult to face. Then we NEVER learn.

    The fact that the battery on the “black box” of MH370 is about out of juice is an oversight by designers (or more likely a bean counter restriction on a more adequate battery and a higher powered “ping” signal), especially after a similar incidence by Air France Flight 447 in the Atlantic Ocean where the battery went dead before they finally located the plane.

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 7, 2014 1:13 AM Flag

    You need to access the table on USA Today. It lists as a source for the data: “Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators”.

    There are relatively linear drops in temperature from sea level to about 12,000 ft. After that the temperature drop is more pronounced until it reaches 20,000 ft. Then it really increases until 35,000 ft. After that it remains at about -70 degrees Fahrenheit until about 80,000 ft. After that the temperature drop tapers off until about 100,000 ft where this particular table ends. Obviously these observations are on a table, and not a chart which would not show a straight line (“linear”) relationship.

    We do try to be accurate on what we post, and are willing to admit our mistakes. It is clear this is NOT a linear relationship, and would not show as such on a graph.

    How about you? Are you willing to admit that sometimes you are wrong in order to learn something new? Or has somebody you thought you should respect “told” you this, you accepted it as fact and are unable to form an opinion of your own. To prove that what has been said is true just use the grid on some graph paper and plot it with altitude on one axis and temperature on the other. Then don’t disappear just because you learned something new.

    Incidentally, you can convert psf to in-Hg so we are on the same page. The Internet has a number of useful conversion tools for this purpose.

  • Reply to

    The Soviets Are Back!

    by we_are_borg Mar 3, 2014 1:07 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 6, 2014 11:09 PM Flag

    We are screwed. Are all of our leaders untrustworthy, regardless of party?

    Remember what Bush said when he met with Putin:

    "I looked the man in the eye. I found him to be very straight forward and trustworthy and we had a very good dialogue.”

    "I was able to get a sense of his soul."

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 6, 2014 10:19 PM Flag

    “You are completely out to lunch on the temperatures, try an average of -65 F.”

    Sorry about that. You are correct or close enough. The chart used was in meters, not ft., like most of us here use. Who got us into this lousy system? We always got by using feet, miles, Fahrenheit, etc. The urge to kill is rising. It was VERY difficult to find a chart in feet and Fahrenheit.

    The following chart data was posted by: usatoday30 (not the best source for precise data)

    Altitude Press Temp
    (ft) (in Hg) (F)
    40,000 5.54 -69.70
    45,000 4.35 -69.70

    Note the enormous change in temperature, 30,000 to 35,000 ft on charts.

    There is a 38% difference in pressure between 43,100 and 45,000 ft, or about 0.45 in. Hg. Those pressures are very low. The difference is a lot in percentage terms and exceeds specifications. There usually is a safety factor involved. What it was in this instance is unknown. It was probably not much above specifications. There is geography and weather to contend with. It would seem all of this must be provided to the pilot by some sort of computer programmed output with an emphasis on outside pressure. Any error in output could be an issue. There is a wide variation in pressure due to weather conditions. If flying at or near a stratospheric service ceiling and pressure suddenly became lower, that might be a problem.

    The complaints of those in China who lost family members are gaining credibility due to the lack of information they are being provided. This gives the appearance that aircraft manufacturers in the west have large liability issues when operating in the stratosphere. It would not be dissimilar to the way General Motors has covered up ignition switch problems leading to deaths with the strategy that they will have a certain number of fatalities and ignoring the problem is just the cost of doing business. However, the fix is much cheaper and damage to future sales could prove disastrous if not addressed.

    See recent reports on GM.

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 6, 2014 7:01 AM Flag

    Aren’t you the one who wrote that hypoxia only sets in as follows: “Oxygen masks for pilots work up to around 49,000 feet before hypoxia starts setting in.?” Maybe you should take a little time to study the dearth of information on the subject. And maybe others on this message board that keep on putting out erroneous information should either admit to their mistakes or disappear.

    Seals do experience failure, by the way. Remember the Challenger disaster? Since the engineering staff at that time was ignored by NASA management, it seems the dumbest/most political (generally the same category) back then resided at the top of the organization chart. Yes, it was a different set of components and set of pressure diffferentials, but seals at 45,000 ft are critical to cabin integrity, and this flight exceeded the service ceiling of 43,100 ft. At 43,100 ft the standard outside temperature is 256 degrees Kelvin (1.1 degree F). It is slightly warmer at 45,000 ft (8.33 degrees F) Temperature does, by the way, increase slightly with altitude in the stratosphere but can compromise seal integrity due to temperature alone in addition to the very low pressure at 45,000 ft. Seals can deteriorate over time, and as previously stated, the first flight of a Boeing 777-200ER aircraft was in 1995. No delivery date has been found for the Malaysia Flight MH370 Boeing 777-200ER.

    If you look at military aircraft, like the Blackbird SR-71, pilots wore pressurized suits and it is stated in Wikipedia that oxygen masks were not sufficient above 43,000 ft. Further, the effects of hypoxia are stated in other accounts to be quite subtle. Those experiencing it may not even realize it as they lapse into something similar to a drunken stupor.

    As for the thumbs down crowd, you know where you can stick it (the same place as at the age of 1).

  • Reply to

    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 5, 2014 8:42 PM Flag

    It seems like the search teams may be getting closer to finding the wreckage of Malaysia Flight MH370. It will be a great day when they do; for the families who lost loved ones and for those of us who from the beginning in all probability correctly suspected what had happened. Then a list of the deniers and links to ALL their messages will be posted, by this screen name, of those who couldn’t contain themselves from their usual nasty responses, many of which claimed only THEY had a clue, or only THEY knew who did. We will then see who was impeding progress with unfounded conjectures solely out of self-importance or some damaging ulterior motive. And yes it is possible to do so within character limitations.

    One of the interesting things that happen when screen names get removed by Yahoo is that ratings also reflect some thought by those who supply them, rather than the sole motive to thumb down every one that gets posted.

    Incidentally, there was no more “guesswork” than that of anyone else proffering an opinion. It was however an educated guess, sure to be hard to believe by those that always seem to think that only THEY know who has the background to do so. Yes, some mistakes were made. But not enough to miss what the culmination of reports were leading to.

    It has been witnessed on other message boards inhabited by outrageous posts recognized as such by others that Yahoo will eventually remove them from the capability to post because of complaints related to obvious TOS violations. Or they get their head handed to them with a good dose of rationality. It certainly is needed here.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 4, 2014 6:14 PM Flag

    Let’s hope not. Newmont is a bankster allied corporation. Newmont was founded by William Boyce Thomson, who was the first Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 4, 2014 6:03 PM Flag

    This is what was suspected:

    See: “Growth in Cyanide Code Signatories and Certified Operations Accelerates in 2013”

    Within there is the statement: "Scientists at Northwestern University reported that they extracted gold from a solution containing gold bromide salts. By adding a simple sugar derived from cornstarch, the gold particles then precipitated out in the form of tiny needles. According to the journal Nature Communications, once these needles were mixed with sodium metabisulfate, the gold turned into a purer state.

    However, this separation procedure will not work to produce gold from gold ore, which is how large-scale gold production is accomplished. More likely, says John Monhemius, a mineral engineer at London’s Imperial College, it might be applicable to retrieving gold from recycled scrap or in the refining of gold dore, an alloy of gold and silver,
    produced at gold mines. Quoted in Chemistry World, he said: “It is most unlikely that this new chemistry will have any impact on the long-established use of cyanide at gold mines worldwide for the recovery of gold from primary ores. It is a new precipitation method, not a new dissolution method and therefore is not applicable to leaching gold ores.”

    So all previous statements apply, concerning the implied hyperbole coming out of Northwestern University and the publication, Nature.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 4, 2014 6:11 AM Flag

    Here is a link (Yahoo) and a publication title (use your browser’s phrase box) that should work well together with the Northwestern lab “discovery”:

    Nautilus Minerals: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=NUS.TO&t=my&l=off&z=m&q=l&c=

    Search: “Gold from the Sea? (Jun, 1934)” by Modern Mechanix. Within it states the successful extraction of bromine from seawater, which coincidentally could be part of the chemical process used at Northwestern University. This seems too good to be true.

    What it portends is that all those critics who state there is not enough gold, silver, etc. to provide mediums of exchange will be proven wrong, even if their premise was wrong in the first place, since if mediums of exchange were spread among populations worldwide the rise in value of gold would simply mean that it would take less of it in exchange.

    Where the doubt comes in is if bromine can be extracted from seawater, it must also be possible to create gold in an aqueous solution with bromine. The large addition of gold to above-ground supplies would make the banksters VERY unhappy since an enormous supply of gold would result, driving down its price, but making it a universal medium of exchange again killing their dreams of world domination.

    Would it be so difficult to make that chemical compound AuBr3 from seawater and use the cornstarch process to extract gold as an element? The above article from Modern Mechanix indicates gold is in colloidal suspension in seawater, but does not indicate that it exists naturally as AuBr3. Bromine is used in anti-knock gasoline and much of it is extracted from seawater.

    A lot of gaps are in the argument for the gold-bromine/chlorine-cornstarch process. Seawater would be a promising way to extract gold if the above process could take place, possibly as part of the extraction of bromine. The Modern Mechanix process states that in the Ethyl-Dow plant $10 million in gold could be removed annually as part of the extraction of bromine at one plant.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 4, 2014 4:34 AM Flag

    Thanks for contacting someone with a chemistry background, but since he/she drew a blank that only leads to further doubt as to the credibility of this process. It was, however, reviewed by the publication, Nature, which turns down many submissions for publication if there is any doubt about the validity of discoveries. Further, for a research lab at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, to publish fake results would be unbelievable. But on the other hand the way corruption spreads through a system of counterfeit central bank money could make the unbelievable believable.

    A vendor of all sorts of mining equipment, that also provides relevant PM mining chemicals, was contacted with the information; included were their published staff members. That was some time ago and so far no response. That seems a bit strange since you’d think if this discovery was unknown to them, they would have at least shown some interest. Or was it a threat to much of their inventory of expensive mining equipment. Could the “discovery” of this process be some sort of bankster disinformation? It is a bit suspicious that the “lab results” were not real world since the research never took the process to the next step using a typical ore sample in order to separate the gold, rather than beginning with a gold salt.

    Probably the biggest attraction for this process, if there is further verification of its usage with ore samples, is a large cost reduction in the separation process. This could, according to what is implied so far, also reduce refining costs considerably. Because of the drop in gold prices this should be attracting widespread interest. You would think that gold mining companies would be jumping at the opportunity to employ this discovery to enhance their competitiveness, and thus their stock price.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 3, 2014 5:44 AM Flag

    So you’re saying discovery of the problem was wi tu lo; not the Captain, Sum Ting Wong.

  • hapiwondrer hapiwondrer Apr 3, 2014 12:38 AM Flag

    What are you talking about? Or is it that you would rather not say? Keep in mind that if you do come out in the open with it you better be ready to defend your point of view with some facts based on credible sources. If you do so you might be proven correct.

    Just don't use the mainstream media since no one believes what they have to say anymore. They are owned lock, stock and barrel through interlocking directorates (otherwise known as "the money trust") representing a very small number of extremely wealthy individuals who set the agenda politically, financially and militarily. Don’t put yourself in the small minority that believes otherwise.

    When there is that much concentrated power suppositions of what they might do to retain it only needs historical examples if proof is not readily available. Motive is sufficient, particularly when we have people like US Attorney General Eric Holder saying these people are too big to prosecute when they break the law. Do your own due diligence on that.

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