Lorde and the Lightbulb Conspiracy

Lorde Lightbulb Lamp

One of the lightbulbs on Lorde’s lamp is burned out. Are you sick of changing lightbulbs? I am. The lightbulb conspiracy is one of the longest running conspiracies in history. It’s possible to build lightbulbs that last forever, but then who would buy lightbulbs? Here is a rundown on the conspiracy:

The Light Bulb Conspiracy, a 2010 documentary by Spanish filmmaker Cosima Dannoritzer, is screening this month in several U.S. cities, including Miami, New York and Albuquerque. The film explores the issue of planned obsolescence, and argues that the lightbulb is the first case of a product being designed to have a deliberately short lifespan.

The story begins in Livermore, California, home of the world’s longest-burning lightbulb. The filament-style bulb, which hangs in the Livermore fire station, has been glowing continuously since 1901. The secret to its longevity apparently died with its inventor, a French immigrant professor named Adolf Chaillet.

The Light Bulb Conspiracy goes on to show how many early incandescent lightbulbs lasted upwards of 2,500 hours. But then the leading manufacturers of the time formed an international cartel whose ostensible goal was to standardize the lightbulb. Its real intent, however, at least as the conspiracy theory goes, was to shorten the lifespan of all lightbulbs. By the 1940s, bulbs were burning for 1,000 hours, which is their expected lifespan today.

From lightbulbs, the film suggests other examples of planned obsolescence, including computers, printers and iPods. It then looks at ways consumers are pushing back and challenging manufacturers to develop more resilient products. Where lightbulbs are concerned, planned obsolescence (if you support the theory) is already on the way out, thanks to the emergence of LEDs, which are part of Consumer Reports’ lightbulb Ratings, and which manufacturers claim could last up to 50,000 hours. That’s well short of the 100,000 hours that at least one early incandescent lightbulb supposedly managed, or the one million hours that the Livermore bulb is closing in on. But it’s a step in the right direction.

Watch more of The Light Bulb Conspiracy at Top Documentary Films.

—Daniel DiClerico

Lorde is bright like a lightbulb. I bet she’s seen this movie.

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Ultraviolence

Lana Del Rey Orange

Lana Del Rey plays a weepy young devotchka getting married to a Cult leader in Ultraviolence. I can watch the video up until the part where that starry vek’s hand goes into her usta. I get sick at that part.

All this talk of getting married makes me want to platch. Dr. Brodsky says the Ludavico technique has been perfected. My case was just a hiccup. I had to go through the process all over again. I was strapped into a chair with my glazballs pried open watching ultraviolence all over again. I can’t slooshy to this music anymore. How am I going to get married and have kids when I get sick whenever I see something sexy? I’m not a malchick anymore. I am a grown man. I need a zhena.

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Madonna Thinks Messiah Has Arrived

Madonna Messiah

Madonna’s rabbi, Yehuda Berg, teaches that immortality and the Light of Mashiach (Messiah) is inevitable. Berg was in Turkey talking to a conspiracy theorist saying Moshiach is here. Who is Madonna singing to with so many false Messiahs? Russell Brand? Kanye West? Bono? Obama? Who the fuck knows.

Here are the lyrics:

I am the promise, that you cannot keep, reep (sic) what you sow, find what you seek

I am the sorceress, down in the deep, I am the earth, under your feet

I am the moon with no light of my own

You are the sun guarding your throne

I heard the angels whisper to me, look for the signs, he is the one

I’ll light a candle here in the dark, making my way, to your heart

My money is on Brad Pitt being the new Messiah. He was crucified on that plane seat in World War Z and slipped into a coma, but rose again three days later. Pitt’s child is named Shiloh. Shiloh means Messiah. Madonna revealed that she had a naughty dream about Brad Pitt. Isn’t that great news? We’re saved! Brad Pitt and the UN will stop the apocalypse. I can’t wait to take Brad Pitt’s vaccine.

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Cold Fusion Proven True

The Saint Cold Fusion

(NaturalNews) The world owes Fleischmann and Pons a huge apology: The cold fusion technology they announced in 1989 — which was blasted by arrogant hot fusion scientists as a fraud — has been proven true once again by U.S. Navy Researchers. In papers presented at this year’s American Chemical Society meeting, scientist Pamela Mosier-Boss presented data supporting the reality of cold fusion, declaring the report, “the first scientific report of highly energetic neutrons from low-energy nuclear reactions.”Technically, it’s not the first report at all, however. It might be the five-hundredth report, given how many people have been working on cold fusion since 1989 in laboratories across the world. Following the politically-motivated assassination of cold fusion credibility in 1989, the cold fusion movement went underground, renaming itself to LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions). As LENR, cold fusion has been proven true in literally thousands of experiments conducted over the past two decades.

I first went public with the true story about the conspiracy against cold fusion in 1998. It described this classic conspiracy against a new technology, schemed up by desperate defenders of old technology — hot fusion researchers who, after hundreds of billions of dollars in research money, have yet to produce a single sustainable hot fusion reaction that produces more energy than it consumes. The arrogant hot fusion researchers have the same snooty attitude as cancer researchers: “Just give us another billion dollars,” they say, “and we’ll find a cure!”

It’s been the same story for nearly three decades now, and hot fusion still doesn’t work. A working cold fusion unit, however, can be built on a kitchen countertop for less than $2,000, and it doesn’t require a doctorate in physics to pull it off, either. It is precisely this simplicity that offends the arrogant hot fusion pushers who act much like medical doctors in the vicious defense of their territory.

Cold fusion applications

Cold fusion isn’t some magical free energy machine. It produces excess heat, but slowly. So don’t go thinking this is some kind of Mr. Fusion device that you can feed some banana peels and expect to get clean electricity out the other end.

Rather, cold fusion converts mass to heat energy, slowly losing a bit of mass through very low-energy nuclear reactions (hence the LENR name) that generate excess heat. In practical terms, cold fusion produces hot water.

And why is hot water useful? Because with hot water, you can produce steam. Steam turns turbines that generate electricity. This is how coal power plants work, too, except they’re burning coal to heat water instead of using cold fusion. Conventional nuke plants work the same way, too, using much higher-energy nuclear reactions to heat vast amounts of water that drive electricity-generating turbines.

So heating water with cold fusion is a big deal. If the technology can be scaled up and applied properly, it could spell an end to the era of dirty coal power plants.

And that, friends, could mean a very big deal for reducing CO2 emissions and avoiding a worsening of global warming. It will even help global warming skeptics, too, because even if you don’t believe global warming is real, the climate still changes on you. Mother Nature can’t be debated. It just reacts.

Whether you recognize the reality of global warming or not, cold fusion technology could reduce air pollution due to coal power plant emissions. Coal power plants are the No. 1 source of mercury pollution on our planet, in case you didn’t know. That’s because burning coal spews mercury into the air, which then contaminates oceans and land masses, contaminating the world with mercury.

(Perhaps there are mercury skeptics who do not believe coal power plants spew mercury at all, or that mercury is safe for human consumption. The mercury skeptics are probably dentists, come to think of it…)

No radioactive waste

Cold fusion, by the way, does not produce radioactive waste. So it’s not like a world full of cold fusion power plants would create yet another radioactive waste problem. It might cause a shortage of palladium, though, which is one of the metals typically used in cold fusion devices.

Some of the more astute readers of this website will probably figure out that investing in palladium futures ahead of any widespread production of cold fusion devices would no doubt be extremely profitable. But that kind of product rollout is likely years away, at best.

And that’s assuming that this latest round of cold fusion announcements won’t get clobbered yet again by the hot fusion conspirators. I’m half expecting an updated news announcement in a day or two, with a headline like, “U.S. Navy Retracts Cold Fusion Announcement, Scientists Accused of Fraud” or some such nonsense. If you see such a headline, remember what you’re reading here, and you’ll know it’s all been manipulated to erase the reality of cold fusion from the sphere of public knowledge.

Cold fusion, after all, could revolutionize the energy industry and spell doom for coal and natural gas. I know a bunch of executives in Wyoming who are shaking in their (insulated) boots right now at the thought of cold fusion sidelining natural gas.

Authors’ Quotes on Cold Fusion

Below, you’ll find selected quotes from noted authors on the subject of Cold Fusion. Feel free to quote these in your own work provided you give proper credit to both the original author quoted here and this NaturalNews page.

Nowhere are the resistance to and promise of a new energy technology more dramatically revealed than those of the case of cold fusion. This well-researched approach has the potential of reversing much of the pollution while turning the interests of the energy monopolies upside down. Unfortunately, even the environmentalists haven’t yet given new energy alternatives a fair look. The cold fusion Revolution: The unfolding cold fusion saga has provided us with an illustrious thirteen year history that would make the suppression of Tesla seem like a school exercise.
- Reinheriting the Earth: Awakening to Sustainable Solutions and Greater Truths by Brian O’Leary
- Available on Amazon.com

The coup de grace was delivered to cold fusion when the US House committee formed to examine the claims for cold fusion came down on the side of the skeptics. ‘Evidence for the discovery of a new nuclear process termed cold fusion is not persuasive,’ said its report. ‘No special programmes to establish cold fusion research centers or to support new efforts to find cold fusion are justified.’
- Alternative Science: Challenging the Myths of the Scientific Establishment by Richard Milton
- Available on Amazon.com

Cold fusion The fusion of hydrogen atoms into helium at room temperature. In 1989 two scientists announced that they had produced cold fusion in their laboratory, an achievement that if true would have meant a virtually unlimited cheap energy supply for humanity. When other scientists were unable to reproduce their results, the scientific community concluded that the original experiment had been flawed.
- The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know by E. D. Hirsch, Joseph F. Kett, James Trefil
- Available on Amazon.com

Thus within two months of its original announcement, cold fusion had been dealt a fatal blow by two of the world’s most prestigious nuclear research centres, each receiving millions of pounds a year to fund atomic research. The measure of MIT’s success in killing off cold fusion is that still today, the US Department of Energy refuses to fund any research into it while the US Patent Office relies on the MIT report to refuse any patents based on or relating to cold fusion processes even though hundreds have been submitted.
- Alternative Science: Challenging the Myths of the Scientific Establishment by Richard Milton
- Available on Amazon.com

Patent Office of any application mentioning cold fusion; 3) Suppression of research on the phenomenon in government laboratories; 4) Citation of cold fusion as “pathological science” or “fraud” in numerous books and articles critical of cold fusion in general, and of Fleischmann and Pons in particular.” One of the DOE panel members, Prof. Steven Koonin of Caltech (and now Provost there), said, “My conclusion is that the experiments are just wrong and that we are suffering from the incompetence and delusion of Doctors Pons and Fleischmann…
- Reinheriting the Earth: Awakening to Sustainable Solutions and Greater Truths by Brian O’Leary
- Available on Amazon.com

Six months after cold fusion was announced, the American Department of Energy denounced it. In Japan, the people who are considered authorities blindly emulated the attitude of the Americans, as they invariably do, and they too pontificated against cold fusion. Perhaps it was inevitable that most people would assume the claims are cock and bull nonsense. In keeping with the tide of the times, countless books and articles have been published attacking cold fusion. The very act of researching cold fusion has become scandalous.
- Alternative Science: Challenging the Myths of the Scientific Establishment by Richard Milton
- Available on Amazon.com

Equally illuminating were the remarks of Professor John Huizenga, who was co-chairman of the US Department of Energy’s panel on cold fusion and who came down against the reality of the process. In a recent book on the subject, Professor Huizenga observed that ‘The world’s scientific institutions have probably now squandered between $50 and $100 million on an idea that was absurd to begin with.’ The question is, what were his principal reasons for rejecting cold fusion.
- Alternative Science: Challenging the Myths of the Scientific Establishment by Richard Milton
- Available on Amazon.com

This was perhaps the high-water mark of cold fusion. Scores of organisations over the world were actively working to replicate cold fusion in their laboratories, and although many reported difficulties a decent number reported success. And by the end of April, Fleischmann and Pons were standing before the US House Science, Space and Technology committee asking for a cool $25 million to fund a centre for cold fusion research at Utah University. Then things began to go wrong.
- Alternative Science: Challenging the Myths of the Scientific Establishment by Richard Milton
- Available on Amazon.com

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Lucifer is the Phoenix

Lucifer Phoenix

Monarch slave Joaquin Phoenix sports his Lucifer Rising bomber jacket. Lucius was the name of Joaquin Phoenix’s character in the film “The Village”.

Lucifer Cab

Most occultists believe that the Phoenix is a symbol of Lucifer who was cast down in flames and who they think will one day rise triumphant.

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Ariana Grande Has “Problems”

Problems

Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry discusses the symbol of the the mosaic pavement.

“The mosaic pavement in an old symbol of the Order. It is met with in the earliest rituals of the last century. It is classed among the ornaments of the lodge along with the indented tessel and the blazing star. Its party-colored stones of black and white have been readily and appropriately interpreted as symbols of the evil and good of human life.”

Problems 666

The number 666, revered by many occultists as Lucifer’s sacred number, is to be used wherever possible to hasten his appearance.

Ariana Grande has revealed she encountered three supernatural demons after visiting a Kansas City cemetary.

Do you want to know who those demons were Ariana? They were Abaddon, Mammon and Mephostopheles. Good friends of mine. Heaven won’t let us in. They say heaven is at capacity. St. Peter is the bouncer. If your name isn’t on the list you won’t get in. I prefer this earthly hell and so should you. Worship that? Never.

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