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Fri, 08/10/2012 - 11:36
One unknown pioneer of the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous that is often overlooked is William Fuld, the maker of what is now known as the Ouija Board that enabled Bill Wilson to contact dead monks and write the scripture known as "The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions" commonly called the 12&12. The Ouija board, also known as the Talking Board, is the necromancy occult inspired devils tool used by occultists to channel with dead people and bring evil spirits back from the dead.
The use of the Ouija Board, while its use is against christian religion and the bible, was often used by the adulterous Atropa Belladonna and LSD twisted mind of Bill Wilson at the Stepping Stones compound in Bedford Hills, New York in his specially designed "Spook Room" in between Alcoholics Anonymous chanting rituals and ceremonies to contact the devil disguised as dead monks and other religious figures. If it weren't for the use of the Ouija Board and the adulterous affair with the divorced Grapevine editor Helen Wynn that was 22 years younger than Bill, it is doubtful that the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous would have survived and spawned Al-Anon where the Alcoholic Anonymous member gets "carte blanche" to troll the rooms of AA looking for young women to take advantage of who tell their male sponsors all of their secrets. If it weren't for Lois Wilson who spawned Al-Anon to let husbands troll the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous by having the the spouse disassociate from them and allow it this never would be possible. AA would not have the appeal to the people recruited from jails and prisons that it does today once their wives and girlfriends work to get them out using the AA get out of jail free card if it weren't for the Ouija Board. Lois Wilson never did write "The Lois Wilson Story: When adultery isn't enough" but I am sure it would have been a best seller.
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Fri, 08/10/2012 - 07:34
Cant come up with your own material, FTF?
AA is a religious cult dressed up to look like a treatment for alcoholism.
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Tue, 08/14/2012 - 00:16
There are some issues.
Hydrogen will be the power of the future. As of right now, to seperate the oxygen and hydrogen in water takes way more electricity than the hydrogen power is worth. Until the very recent past, half of the US electricity supply was created by burning coal.
Hydrogen also does not store well or ship well. The best way to do it is in liquid form, which is not really feasible in a vehicle situation.
Currently, the cheapest way to make hydrogen is to crack natural gas.
A better solution would be to retrofit or build new vehicles that burn natural gas. The US government has revised American natural gas reserves, from a 100 year supply to a 1300 year supply. That is why the market price tumbled a couple of years ago, and most coal electricity generation plants have converted to natural gas, which is also for more enviornmentally friendly.
Put on your thinking cap. There is a trillion dollar market out there for solutions to these problems.
Fri, 08/10/2012 - 18:29
Thanks DeCon for your poignant response. You are absolutely right, hydrogen doesn't store or ship well, which is why we are not using hydrogen right now.
As far as natural gas, the gov't was handing out rebates or gifts (so to speak) for the installation of a retrofit to NG. Any saving you were going to make by using cheaper NG is all used up in the weight of the storage tank to hold the gas. Freaking heavy.
I really don't want to see a rush of customers who want NG. Why? Manufacturing of the gas tanks to hold this gas, would probably suffer due to higher demand. Could you imagine a one on one car wreck (T-Bone) and a cheap version of the storage tank. Well you can, no one walks away for a city block. Maybe somebody rushing to get across a train track...wow!!!
Fri, 08/10/2012 - 18:31