Notes for Friday – December 16, 2016

December 16th, 1928, was the birthday of Philip K. Dick, who died March 2, 1982. He penned a remarkable number of sci-fi novels and novellas that have been adapted into movies, including Blade Runner, Total Recall, Screamers, Impostor, Minority Report, Paycheck, A Scanner Darkly, Next, and The Adjustment Bureau. Though … Continue reading

Bees: Security Guard or Grocery Store?- Part 3, by J.P.

Finding Bees: Before and After SHTF (continued) You can take a piece of an active hive and wire it into a frame in your hive. (Suit up and use a little smoke, which makes bees think their hive is on fire and they have to eat all the honey to … Continue reading

Letter: Copper as an Ebola Killer

Dear Hugh, This research has been around for nearly a decade, but it is only beginning to surface. The purer the copper, the stronger the effect. Pure copper, or a 95 percent alloy, will kill 99.999 percent of everything within 30 minutes. Naturally, corporations are making copper alloy fixtures for … Continue reading

Economics and Investing:

I predict that there will be a directly proportional relationship between the rapidity with which President-elect Trump implements his planned reduction of government policies and the rapidity of the Federal Reserve banking cartel’s interest rate hikes. The harder that Trump pushes, the harder that The Powers That Be will push … Continue reading