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Screen Shot 2012-03-22 at 11.57.38 PM 1 – Does that fan keep the cows cool?

Screen Shot 2012-03-22 at 11.57.38 PM 1 - Does that fan keep the cows cool?

Screen Shot 2012-03-22 at 11.57.38 PM 1 – Does that fan keep the cows cool?

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NH3 Fuel Economy [Whum]

SC
Here is your courtesy copy re: http://www.electrogenhydrofuels.com/

Truly,

WLH / haji MAO

…I would like to explore the feasibility of using renewable energy in Maine to manufacture NH3 fuel especially because all that is needed is air, water, and electricity thus freeing Maine from new road construction.

Perhaps waste heat from the logging and wood pulp industry could also be utilized.

Have you run the numbers yet re: what percentage of the total atmospheric nitrogen would be needed to fill the fuel tanks of a global nitro-hydrogen fuel and fertilizer economy?

My results were encouraging but I would appreciate independent verification. M.I.T. was ready with their nitrogen research on display when I visited them last year.

Regarding the competition, last I knew, known world uranium reserves are due to expire in 67 years and then it’s a matter of straining sea water for minute traces therein so France might be a prime customer in your future.

Sorry to mention your email address over the phone. It is likely best to keep those two channels separate in this day and age of insider trading, hackers, and media leaks. Today the US Congress passed a bill which I suggested in a WashingtonPost.com chat room of all places. Now penalties are set for any government employee or elected official profiting from insider trading due to non-public information they acquire from their government work, however, places like the WSJ.com message boards still worry me.

One of the other areas I’ve been researching is doing it’s first commercial operation in Haiti – SolarWaterEnergy.net – With your skills you might be interested in partnering with them.

Truly,

W. Hale, aka, haji Mohammed Omar

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From: ScreenName31415 CityHall12357
Subject: Nitro-Hydrogen fuel pilot project
Date: March 22, 2012 12:29:21 PM AKDT
To: jamesaintexas@yahoo.com
Cc: cidfreud@aol.com, Jennifer.Puser@maine.gov, info@FutureNetGroup.com
Bcc: timothy.maxwell@ttu.edu

JA –

Thanks for your encouragement on the phone.

* Do you have any Nitro-hydrogen fuel pilot projects going currently? I would like to visit and / or point to them toward the goal of raising the $8 MM capital for the turn key operation you offered.

*Pro-forma financial statements for the first five years, or more, showing the break even point would also be helpful.

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http://www.embassyofafghanistan.org/page/submit-inquiry-form

Would you like to do this with, or without me, or not at all –

1. Under the laws of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, what are the requirements, if any, for me to register the following limited liability company / religious organization –

International, Interplanetary, Islamic Medical, Judicial, and Police Training Academy, LLC

2. Are there professional federal, provincial, or local accreditation boards which certify Islamic teachers of medical, judicial, and police training? Or, since it is a religious practice is it exempt?

3. What levels of government issue business licenses? Or since this is religious training, is it exempt?

4. What would the insurance requirements for such a training academy? Or is it exempt because it is a religious based academy?

5. What is the application process at the federal and provincial and local levels to obtain camping permissions to set up Afghan temporary hijra centers to permit prayer and training?

6. What else? Is it permitted to support an amendment to the Afghan Constitution to require provincial governors be locally elected?

7. Is it permitted to teach about other faiths in the context of what an Islamic Medical, Judicial, or Police trainee needs to know to effectively care for, or preside over, or direct visitors, tourists, and guests of other faiths – so Islamic medical, judical, and police practices are clearly comprehended and accepted by them, no matter what their faith might be?

8. What else might you, or I need to know?

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Unequal…

‘Birthers’ sue to force state to verify candidates’ eligibility
Politicians and others file a lawsuit that seeks to make California Secretary of State Debra Bowen verify candidates’ eligibility before allowing them onto a ballot.

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Under intense pressure from right-wing pundits and activists, President Obama last spring released his long-form birth certificate from a Honolulu hospital attesting that he was born in the 50th state on Aug. 4, 1961. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais / Associated Press / March 5, 2012)
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By Carol J. Williams, Los Angeles Times
March 22, 2012
Undeterred by documentary evidence and repeated judicial rejection, a group of conspiracy theorists who say President Obama was born in Africa have sued the California secretary of state to demand that she verify the eligibility of all presidential candidates before putting them on the November ballot.

Minor party politicians and voters aligned with the so-called birthers filed the lawsuit in Sacramento County Superior Court, noting that their action was on the advice of a federal appeals court ruling last year that they bring their suspicions about Obama’s eligibility to a court’s attention during an election, not after it.

The lawsuit filed by Republican primary write-in candidate John Albert Dummett Jr., Markham Robinson of the American Independent Party of California and five others also alludes to “questions concerning the eligibility” of Mitt Romney to vie for the role of commander in chief. The birthers’ lawyer, Gary Kreep of Ramona, said Wednesday that his clients wanted the issue of Romney’s eligibility raised because of his parents’ long residency in Mexico.

Robinson and a group of Southern California Birthers sued Obama on Inauguration Day 2009, claiming he is ineligible to serve as president. The Constitution requires the head of state to be a “natural born Citizen” and at least 35 years old.

Under intense pressure from right-wing pundits and activists, Obama in May released his long-form birth certificate from a Honolulu hospital attesting that he was born in the 50th state on Aug. 4, 1961. Still, less than a week later at a hearing before the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the plaintiffs expounded on their theory that Obama forged the birth certificate and other identity documents.

When the 9th Circuit threw out the birthers’ lawsuit in December, the three-judge panel said none of the plaintiffs could show that they had been harmed by Obama’s presidency and that any allegation about unfair competition posed by an ineligible candidate would need to be brought during an election. The suit filed Tuesday and disclosed to the public Wednesday notes that Dummett is a candidate in this year’s presidential contest.

The suit asks the court to order California Secretary of State Debra Bowen to verify the eligibility of all candidates before placing their names on state ballots, including those nominated by the two major parties that have traditionally attested to the eligibility of their nominees.

Bowen’s spokeswoman, Shannan Velayas, did not return a call for comment on the lawsuit’s allegations and the office’s procedures for vetting candidates.

Kreep, who heads a group calling itself the United States Justice Foundation, was also the attorney who brought the 2009 suit against Obama by the Rev. Wiley S. Drake, a Buena Park minister who once called on his First Southern Baptist Church flock to pray for Obama’s death.

The latest complaint said the state election chief’s procedure for verifying a candidate’s eligibility to run for president “represents a much lower standard than that demanded of a person when requesting a California driver’s license.”

The birthers also claimed that under the state’s current practices, Bowen would be obliged to list on the ballot someone known to be born abroad, such as former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, or even a dead person, if either the Republican or Democratic Party national committee were to make such a nomination, leading to “absurd and ridiculous results.”

carol.williams@latimes.com

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What % of addressess who purchase Maine Student Loan Revenue Bonds are out of state? % of Maine Students borrowing to attend out of state?

What % of addressess who purchase Maine Student Loan Revenue Bonds are out of state? % of Maine Students borrowing to attend out of state?

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A bill to increase tourism by by bundling “Love thy neighbor” vacation ticket vouchers with Maine student loan bonds

A bill to increase tourism by by bundling “Love thy neighbor” vacation ticket vouchers with Maine student loan bonds https://waterworldeden4.wordpress.com/2012/03/22/a-bill-to-add-love-thy-neighbor-vacation-ticket-vouchers-to-maine-student-loan-tax-exempt-bonds/

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A bill to add “Love thy neighbor” vacation ticket vouchers to Maine student loan tax exempt bonds

(03/22/12)
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING A PLAN OF FINANCE THAT INCLUDES THE ISSUANCE OF STUDENT LOAN REVENUE BONDS BY THE MAINE EDUCATIONAL LOAN AUTHORITY Notice is hereby given that a representative of the Maine Educational Loan Authority (the Authority’) will conduct a public hearing to be held on April 6, 2012, at 9:00 a.m. at the offices of the Authority, 131 Presumpscot Street, Portland, Maine 04103. The public hearing will concern the approval of a plan of finance that includes the issuance by the Authority of its tax- exempt student loan revenue bonds (the Bonds’) evidencing the Authoritys obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $15,000,000 for the purposes of (i) financing the origination and acquisition of student loans, (ii) making a deposit to the debt service reserve fund for the Bonds; (iii) paying a portion of the interest payable on the Bonds, (iv) paying costs and expenses of the Authoritys student loan program and (v) paying the costs of issuance of the Bonds, including costs associated with credit enhancement of the Bonds. The student loans originated or acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds will consist primarily of loans to eligible borrowers to finance the cost of attendance of Maine residents attending eligible institutions of higher education or of non-residents who are attending eligible institutions of higher education within the State of Maine. The Bonds are to be payable from payments on student loans pledged by the Authority to payment of the Bonds, a reserve fund and other moneys held and pledged under an indenture of trust securing the Bonds. In addition, the Bonds are secured by a capital reserve fund which may be replenished by amounts appropriated by the State of Maine therefore, but subject to action of the Legislature. All interested parties are invited to present comments at the public hearing regarding the plan of finance including the issuance of the Bonds and the Authoritys student loan program. Written comments to be presented at the hearing may be submitted to the Authority at the address stated above, attention Shirley M. Erickson, Executive Director. This notice is published and the above described hearing is to be in satisfaction of the requirements of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, regarding holding a public hearing as a prerequisite to the exclusion from gross income for federal income tax purposes of the interest on the Bonds described above. MAINE EDUCATIONAL LOAN AUTHORITY By Shirley M. Erickson, Executive Director March 22, 2012

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A bill to add “Love thy neighbor” vacation ticket vouchers to Maine student loan tax exempt bonds

Whereas, “Like thyself, love thy neighbor,” is the second command for a “more perfect Union”, and

Whereas, “forgive us our trespasses” requires a plan to welcome, perfect, return, and invite, be it hereby

Resolved, not only will lenders get a tax free income stream from their investment in Maine Student Loans, but also “Love thy neighbor” vacation ticket vouchers shall be bundled with the bond sales in an amount equal to 1% of the return on investment, and further

Resolved, when said vouchers are presente to the Maine treasury they shall be redeemed in U.S. dollars within 14 days and further

Resolved, the results of this pilot project shall be presented to the Congressional Budget Office and U.S. Treasury toward the goal of the state treasury of the Great Ever Green State of Maine being reimbursed [Whewwww hewwww] by the U.S. Congress […whewwww hewwwww…] as a token of appreciation for giving proof through the night that though U.S. currency may be payment for all debts public and private, it takes the love of “go with” (from the Latin, ‘con’ = ‘with’, ‘gress’ = ‘go’) as well as the freedom of choice endowed by the liquidty of legal tender to make an economy renewable and self sufficient.

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Syria, UN Security Council, Kofi Annan, VVP Book List, and US DOD

#757 of 757: William Hale (hinging0) Wed 21 Mar 2012 (09:02 PM)

U.N. Council Backs Plan for Ending Syria Conflict
By RICK GLADSTONE
Published: March 21, 2012
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Overcoming months of bitter division, the United Nations Security
Council delivered a diplomatic setback to President Bashar al-Assad of
Syria on Wednesday, unanimously embracing efforts by Kofi Annan, the
former secretary general, to negotiate a cease-fire in the year-old
Syrian conflict, funnel aid to victims and begin a political
transition.

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In a document known as a presidential statement, the 15-member council
expressed its “gravest concern at the deteriorating situation in
Syria, which has resulted in a serious human rights crisis and a
deplorable humanitarian situation.”

Russia and China, which had used their vetoes on the council to block
efforts to adopt a resolution on the Syrian conflict, agreed to the
statement.

It endorsed a plan by Mr. Annan, publicly revealed in detail for the
first time, that he presented to Mr. Assad in meetings this month as
the special representative of both the United Nations and the Arab
League.

The statement said Mr. Annan’s plan would “facilitate a Syrian-led
political transition to a democratic, plural political system, in which
citizens are equal regardless of their affiliations or ethnicities or
beliefs, including through commencing a comprehensive political
dialogue between the Syrian government and the whole spectrum of the
Syrian opposition.”

The plan closely resembles an Arab League proposal that Mr. Assad has
rejected. It calls for all combatants to immediately stop fighting, for
the military to withdraw from populated areas, for a United
Nations-supervised truce and for the provision of humanitarian
assistance, the release of all arbitrarily detained people, freedom of
movement for journalists and freedom for peaceful demonstrations.

It warns of unspecified “further steps” if Mr. Annan’s plan is not
carried out.

The statement does not have the enforcement muscle of a formal
Security Council resolution. But it reflected some significant
diplomatic bridging of disagreements that had principally pitted
Western and Arab countries against Russia, Mr. Assad’s most important
supporter.

Russia’s endorsement of the statement is an embarrassment for Mr.
Assad, who has refused to negotiate with his political opponents and
has characterized the uprising as a terrorist crime wave.

There was no immediate reaction from Mr. Assad. But the state-run
Syrian Arab News Agency, in a brief dispatch on the Security Council’s
action, emphasized that it satisfied Russia’s insistence that it
contain no ultimatums, threats or “unilateral demands.”

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who had expressed anger
over Russia’s support for Mr. Assad, praised the Security Council’s
action as “a positive step.”

“The council has now spoken with one voice,” she added.

Mr. Annan said through a spokesman that he was “encouraged by the
united support of the Security Council and urges the Syrian authorities
to respond positively.”

Russia, backed by China, had twice vetoed earlier draft resolutions on
Syria, arguing that they would violate Syria’s sovereignty and did not
equally blame Mr. Assad and his armed antagonists for the crisis.

But Russian officials have shown increasing impatience with Mr. Assad,
and on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov said Mr. Assad had
made “many mistakes” over the past year.

Speaking to reporters after the Security Council session, Russia’s
ambassador, Vitaly I. Churkin, sought to frame the unanimous action as
a vindication of Russia’s position. “We are very pleased,” he said.
“The Security Council has finally chosen to take a pragmatic look at
the situation in Syria.”

The Security Council also issued a press statement, which Russia had
proposed, that condemned the bombing attacks on Syrian government
targets in Damascus and Aleppo in recent days, for which Mr. Assad has
blamed his opponents. The press statement described those attacks as
terrorism.

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xref: quoting you Tuesday, VVP, in a conversation with US DOD
personnel giving an equipment demonstration re: WANTED: 100 books
recommended by each nation; xref: “On Agression” (Lorentz, Konrad);
“Interpersonal Behavior in Small Groups” (Bayles and Leary), “Man and
His Symbols” (Jung, Karl)… 97 to go.

So what books, besides the Qur~an, would you recommend President
Bashar?
=========NH//

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Defendant rights expanded in plea deals

Defendant rights expanded in plea deals
By David G. Savage | 7:48 p.m.
In two 5-4 decisions, the Supreme Court rules that defendants in criminal cases have a constitutional right to a competent lawyer’s advice when deciding whether to accept a plea deal.

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xref: “Touch and motion – whose oldest language,” Also xref: “Touch, Hold, and Move – the three languages of the one God”

A chance to touch the Hollywood sign
By Nita Lelyveld 3:53 p.m.
The Hollywood sign is fenced and it’s generally off-limits to the public. But a sweepstakes ending late tonight offers a rare chance for two people to lay hands on the landmark.

xref: “Touch and motion – whose oldest language,” Also xref: “Touch, Hold, and Move – the three languages of the one God”

xref: move = haj
touch = Eide
hold = Random? / Ramadan?

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