A device that puts out five times as much power as is fed into it has been announced by Dr. Thomas Bearden and a scientific team.

As the design improves, the device is expected to produce as much as thirty times more power than it consumes.

The device, called a Motionless Electromagnetic Generator, is designed around a new nanocrystalline material that was developed by Honeywell last year. In use, it would operate like a permanent battery, one that never became discharged.
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Philippine Star – An article in the Philippine Star reveals that UN scientists were unable to explain a forty-minute video of a group of UFOs that clearly cannot be aircraft, stars or metors, and therefore cannot be classified as known phenomena.

This level of scientific interest contrasts starkly with the reaction to UFO video by scientists in the US. The American Academy of Science has officially decreed that UFOs do not represent a phenomenon worth scientific study. American scientists who engage in such studies may place their academic standing at risk.
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According to an article in the Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research by Dr. Simon Day of the Benfield Greig Hazard Research Centre at University College, London, one side of the Cumbre Vieja volcano in the Canary Islands is unstable and could collapse during an eruption.

A collapse would result in a 130-foot tsunami striking the US east coast and inundating the Carribbean. The wave would surge as far as twelve miles inland. The initial wave would be over 2,000 feet high, but would subside as it crossed the Atlantic. It would still result in the largest natural disaster in US history.
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