Solar Magnification



A brand new solar technology which uses a series of small lenses in sequence, thinking of double magnifiers I have seen before (e.g. Figure 3 below). I recall as a child having both single and double magnifiers and we would burn leaves with each. I could easily see the double magnifier created far more energy so inductively I am thinking we could design collectors with panels of magnifiers aligned in sequence. The tracking of the sun would be similar to designs of today, of course it will be require more accuracy to track magnification but the abundance of energy created can help support the accuracy.

There is an interesting substance developed in Germany called Zeolite that could possibly be capable of storing the intense heat. We may also consider compressed hydrated fiberglass. This has been a central issue with the notion of solar power through magnification. So I'm thinking solar panels could be designed with micro lenses in series which could focus much higher energy that could be stored in Zeolite. I added a first cut diagram showing how this could work. Note that the intensity of light passing through multiple magnification lenses has a significant increase in energy, just two magnifiers in focus can produce 8x magnification. The flexibility of the system which allows panels to be inserted/removed can be used to adjust energy collected. DIAGRAMS TO BE UPDATED.




Figure 1 - Overall architecture of energy collection and store with one panel. Additional panels could be added in series.
Zeolite heat store for transportation, could also be hydrated compressed fiberglass combined with Lithium power source


Lens Equation (bu.edu)


Figure 2 - Insertion rack of magnification lenses - note this is resultant from my transcendental
depth matrix mathematical field, lens size and width configurable






Figure 3 - Bausch & Lomb double magnifier there have always
been American Jeweler's loops too.



Spint car (courtesy of NASCAR) - THICK HYDRATED FIBERGLASS LAYER ADDED
ELECTRICAL CONVERSION CHARGES LARGE LITHUM BATTERY. TOP ROTATES TO
MAINTAIN SOLAR FOCUS (TRACKING MECHANISM) - THERMOELECTRIC GENERATOR
USED TO CONVERT INTENSE CONFIGURABLE HEAT TO ELECTRICITY. SUVS AND RVS COULD BE
SOLAR-LITIUM POWERED. COMPRESSED FREON FOR COOLING ALSO AN OPTION.

SOLAR PRODUCTS NOTED:
SOLARAY - Phone charger made in China found at Stripes store in TX


SOLARAY - Big Block Powerbank Battery Augmentation


COPYRIGHT FLEXABLE SOFTWARE, LLC - IBM FOUND FIRST ON SOLAR MAGNIFICATION,  FORMER IBM EMPLOYEE

Comments

  1. Use a old fresnal lense from an old internal projection TV. Usually you can find them thrown away on trash day.

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    1. We can build up parallel pipeds wtih arrays of magnification grids with some existing parts - large fan at slow speeds can distribute heat as well. Zeolite can be transported - maintains thermal activity?


      Conver Mother Russia.

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    2. This is an interesting approach for a solar matrix, no?

      http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Parallelepiped.html

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    3. https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/geoopt/imggo/leneq3.gif&imgrefurl=http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/geoopt/lenseq.html&h=257&w=600&tbnid=i8QbJdRpQfYEfM:&vet=1&tbnh=90&tbnw=211&docid=SrjLOK7IA9AtmM&usg=__K1FITXbF_QVmLfbCQdj7KJn6vGo=&sa=X&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwipn-zeyYjSAhVMzWMKHRmQDFAQ9QEIHjAA#h=257&imgrc=i8QbJdRpQfYEfM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=211&vet=1&w=600

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    4. If I were living in my Ford SUV with a Solar Mag roof and compressed fiber filter to convert the heat to electrical energy as well - air filtration system as they have in pharma manufacturing might be required too. Like the Oriental women wearing the masks around town.

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    5. Computing the lens equation for a composite on the array rows of the depth matrix is an easy computation and shows we can generate a great deal of power using solar magnification in this fashion.

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  2. http://www.peta.org/features/what-peta-really-stands-for/

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    1. John Glenn gave us the thumbs up in a photo so NASA is a very good mission for people. Save water, grow lemons in space, etc. etc.

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    2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolmogorov_complexity

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    3. What would be the best design for a solar magnification space station. Kind of like what they're doing here with the tracking.

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    4. http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/geoopt/lenseq.html

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    5. Maybe a rectangular magnification matrix with configurable sheets of magnification lenses that can travel further with solar focus.

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    6. http://www.photonics.byu.edu/Thin_Lens_Tutorial.phtml

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    7. Hydrated higly compressed fiberglass may act as a buffer/converter for the intense magnification energy.

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    8. I did invented a solar penal enlarger tool that is like a hollow dildo, you could always use a real covert strap on too. Jen Zayas said vinegar will shrink the vagina. She's just a baby compared to Carl and I. St. Valentine? The nuns said nothing about that one.

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  3. https://www.troublefreepool.com/threads/21258-Sand-vs-Zeolite-comparison-anyone-tried-both

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  4. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0008884603000632

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  5. http://aip.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1063/1.3645636

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  6. A top rectangular grid of lenses like this could be put on an SUV, RV or schoolbus, etc. The power generated could be used to heat and power the vehicle, no? Probably track similar to this : https://www.scientificsonline.com/product/sun-tracker-automated-solar-panel?gclid=Cj0KEQiAxeTFBRCGmIq_7rGt_r8BEiQANdPqUs_a0MOZ1-gHKbVq0qwWDuBOo8m8KIPS6pt5qlOKatkaAmKG8P8HAQ

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  7. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/israel-proves-the-desalination-era-is-here/#checkout

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  8. https://cleantechnica.com/2011/04/21/intense-magnification-could-produce-solar-power-without-solar-cells/

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  9. If you live in a Ford SUV - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015TJD0Y4/ref=fs_ods_fs_aucc_bt

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  10. More coming in from Germany - google/google scholar - look for clues you may understand.

    https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=66z0m59omwcC&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=zeolite&ots=RoOyA_IcYB&sig=IWsiEbf7071hIRDzll0uDCCs9ko#v=onepage&q=zeolite&f=false

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  11. THIN LENS EQUATION

    https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/geoopt/imggo/leneq3.gif&imgrefurl=http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/geoopt/lenseq.html&h=257&w=600&tbnid=i8QbJdRpQfYEfM:&vet=1&tbnh=90&tbnw=211&docid=SrjLOK7IA9AtmM&usg=__K1FITXbF_QVmLfbCQdj7KJn6vGo=&sa=X&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwipn-zeyYjSAhVMzWMKHRmQDFAQ9QEIHjAA#h=257&imgrc=i8QbJdRpQfYEfM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=211&vet=1&w=600

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  12. STEAM ENGINES - COULD EASILY WORK WITH MAGNIFICATION IN CERTAIN PARTS OF THE WORLD

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  13. We have large rechargable batteries that could store energy in the SUB and the Zeolite does store heat.

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    1. Will need more precision in the tracking system than currently exists though. It ALL seems to be about epsilon.

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  14. This article may be of interest.

    http://aip.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1063/1.87990

    "A material has been developed which allows a new approach to be made to the conversion of solar energy to heat. It consists of a dense array of metal whiskers grown with spacings of a few wavelengths of visible light. The material selected has low emissivity, and achieves significant optical absorption by trapping the light by a geometric maze effect. We have deomonstrated that absorption of normal incidence light is greater than 98% from 0.5 to 40‐μm wavelengths, and hemispherical emissivity at 550 °C can be made less than 0.26. Since surfaces can be made of a single refractory element, such as W, high‐temperature solar conversion (550 °C) should be maintained with good surface stability."

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  15. You can certain use a thin rod "shish kabob depth matrix pattern" and track the sun with a similar mechanism than is currently used, correct?

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  16. Suppose we had this high energy light beam (from magnification) focused on compressed wet fiberglass? That may act as a buffer better than the zealite solution?

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  17. Possibly replacing the zeolite energy store in that diagram with a compressed water saturated fiberglass filter, no?

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  18. This looks very good.

    http://www.americamagazine.org/faith?gclid=CjwKEAjwwcjGBRDj-P7TwcinyBkSJADymblT3O1PmzFkDrdJkezkOJ0GsJqLutTFGu-AsYoop2t17xoCZUDw_wcB

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  19. I think my configurable depth matrix with Solar Magnification is a winner. For Solar Powered desalinization, the hydrated compressed fiberglass filter will probably work. Zeolite from Germany maintains heat (could basically just be volcanic ash?). - See more at: http://blogs.ams.org/phdplus/2017/02/12/mathematicianspotting/#comment-2416

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  20. If you have a lot of heat, then you can do what power plants do -- you can use the heat to generate steam, and use the steam to spin a turbine. The turbine can drive a generator, which produces electricity. This setup is very common, but it requires a fair amount of equipment and space.

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    1. What about micro turbines with hydrated fiberglass?

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  21. I'm sure for maintenance it's eay to add a system that cleans the lenses automatically similar to the windshield on a car but possibly conserves the
    Liquid as much as possible

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  22. As opposed to the fresnel lens my depth matrix is highly configurable and will generate far more power

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    1. That pane of glass on top will maintain cleanliness

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  23. Ancient Egypt had magnifiers

    http://www.encyclopedia.com/science-and-technology/technology/technology-terms-and-concepts/magnifying-glass

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  24. Noticed a hike in gas prices at Chevron in San Diego - climate changes quite frequently

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  25. IBM soft layer - excellent cloud provider

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  26. Of course in the vehicular system especially
    We simply put a clear glass pane over the
    Depth matrix of lenses - keeps clean much longer

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  27. We could have large wireless robotic large solar mag vehicles roaming the North and melting snow and ice to produce water.

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  28. The solar magnification vehicle would have an angling top with these lenses producing the energy, charging a large lithium battery, etc.

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  29. Greece has 10 million barrels of proved oil reserves as of 1 January 2011.

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  30. If you wanted to build a space terrarium you could have a depth matrix of these lenses in some type of configuration. Maybe a triangle pointing at the Sun with
    rocket fuel for the launch. Stay in Lunar Orbit and absorb and disperse power. Possibly loop around the moon to pick up gravitational acceleration.

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  31. I did work at Lion Bioscience with Yong Chen, Glenn Niessen, Mark Canales, Blair Jennings on this Blackstone Computer Cluster which performed ADME/TOX on small molecules. The ADME stood for Absorbtion, Digestion, Metabolistm, Elimination which are the phases for the molecule as it traverses the human body. This molecular formula would be input into the system as a "mol" file where the system could analyze the effect of this molecule on the human body. There is a concept in chemistry call Residue Groups or R-Groups, I had a notion that one could use an inference algorithm to basically expand the system to perform the same analysis on larger molecules such as proteins.

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  32. A solar magnification steam engine is another alternative.

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  33. Fairly simplistic to consider solar magnification applied to ocean water desalination too.

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  34. For space travel and life we can investigate growing food, especially lemons to aid in thirst.

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  35. Quite a bit of snow to melt up in Canada and
    Bring down to US south in solar mag tankers. Is water supply a real issue here or not? Roy Clark, a very good Baptist minister in MS.

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  36. How compressible is freon? Cooling needed
    Solar mag large lithium batteries can freeze water too though.

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  37. Biodiesel blend for sale in AZ

    http://biodiesel.org/reports/20000101_tra-036.pdf

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  38. The undercarriage of my Ford SUV could be full of potable water that I could drink and could be used to hydrate the compressed
    fiberglass solar filter. Khang Vu is a brilliant
    engineer I know.

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    1. Save a lot of plastic. Green Party doing well, correct?

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  39. You can flip those wind fans, square them
    off and create a huge amount of solar
    energy via my (IBM), solar magnification
    configurable depth matrix.

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  40. Probably an appendage to the roof of the car with a thick aluminum body under the magnifiers with a compressed hydrated
    fiberglass later at the bottom would work - this aluminum top would rotate to track the sunlight.

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    1. They already have those foil top race cars doing this.

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  41. Solar powered air conditioners and fans should be easy at this point in time.

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  42. Combine a giant magnifying glass with a wind turbine existing power source and apply my solar magnification and you have a good mass power solution.

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    1. Could have a large compressed hydrated fiberglass layer at the bottom

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    2. Boats would be very easy to modify with my designs

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  43. The Solar SUV could power and contain an
    ice maker.

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  44. I could have a high ramp for my solar powered SUV and park it far off of the ground to defend against flooding.

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  45. Conductivity of Aluminum is tops known to man

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  46. Seeing this online: Liquid Zeolite

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    1. https://www.luckyvitamin.com/p-129442-liquid-zeolite-ultra-liquid-zeolite-1-oz?utm_source=googlebase,google&utm_medium=fpl,PLA&utm_term=LiquidZeoliteUltraLiquidZeolite1oz&utm_content=105834&utm_campaign=googlebase&site=google_base&scid=scplp105834&sc_intid=105834&gclid=Cj0KEQjw5YfHBRDzjNnioYq3_swBEiQArj4pdAaRv_viB2fFUOl3FiCmefjuOFPdHI4aKEaQ6mkLzJIaAkbg8P8HAQ

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  47. Can we use liquid zeolite as a buffer rather than compressed fiberglass? Probably not.

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  48. My Solar Magnification solution can deliver extremely high energy. A thick aluminum top on the SUV (as shown above) can prevent the extreme heat from going into the cabin of the SUV. Solar magnification planes, probably achievable as well.

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  49. Who these people are I have no clue:

    http://aip.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1063/1.87990

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  50. "Probing the atmosphere of a solar-like star by galactic microlensing at high magnification" - I don't believe these people.

    http://www.aanda.org/articles/aa/ps/2003/46/aafg021.ps.gz

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  51. Use the gravitational force exerted by the moon to whip around the moon and achieve escape velocity? Sounds like an interesting approach. "Whip around the Moon". I've never been in outer space. Did that shuttle really explode or are those just more false pictures.

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  52. We can achieve a VERY high base with my fiber optic computer designs.

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  53. Steve Hinthorn - math professor at Palomar College said that they should use base pi for our number system. I don't know if they's a good idea there.

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  54. SOFT DEBRIEF AVAILABLE? BOTOX, SODIUM PENTATHOL, NEED I REITERATE?

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  55. Knighting musicians? Very interesting and revealing.

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  56. In the USA that CIA has us all on hold here you know. My brother Stephen said that in so many words.

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  57. My brother Stephen in NY has a pacemaker nowadays. Seemed very irritated when I last spoke with him.

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  58. The Jews did a good job getting these cell phones out with Irwin Jacobs
    at Qualcomm, we may not need much paper in the future. Saves trees and hassle
    of lumberjacking.

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  59. Had a girlfriend "Muley" in San Diego who
    would gripe at me for eating too much bacon. Sen. Feinstein a friend of that one?

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  60. Ruth Richards in San Diego - EXCELLENT teacher.

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  61. Emory Fry, MD - good little guy I guess, last boss I had put there. Not sure what he's up to nowadays. Brain zapping sounds pretty dangerous to me.

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  62. England may have wanted to take Columbia
    Not sure about that.

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  63. Nuns didn't say much about Judas. There is a St. Jude though.

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  64. My Dad graduated Naval Acadeny in 1939 I believe. Not sure what that Naval Academy is up to nowadays.

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  65. What about this Dr. Jack Kervorkian? The Pope can't be too happy with that one? More of the after effect of that Jim Jones cult or Marshall Applewhite? Ozzy Osborne singing about that Suicide Solution and all of that.

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  66. I've been in and out of solitary confinement all of my life. Nuns are tough to work with.

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  67. Tom Cruise is quite a good actor out there in Los Angeles. Did Carnival Cruise really cause Katrina? ("They'll pin it on the Russians")

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  68. UN Intelligence is pretty nice if you are in good standing with the Vatican.

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  69. I invented U.N. Intelligence back in 2009, the University of San Diego has a high school called UNI. Probably someone else's
    idea to begin with.

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  70. St. Augustines in FL - I'm sure that's a top notch school.

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  71. David Weiss is a very nice Jewish guy I knew in Mississippi

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  72. Teamsters union - really on the ball

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  73. The Greek mafia? Not my problem.

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  74. The Italian mafia? The nuns wouldn't let them in.

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  75. Spanish Inquisition #2?
    Seems like in California it's been ongoing - using the Mexicans as a tool. Fr. Shipley said NEVER USE ANYONE AS IF YOU OWNED THEM. Old Muriel Richards and I made it.

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  76. Saw Mexican graffiti in bathroom at USD
    "Death to Americans they steal our land" -
    I rewrote that on a bench - relative of a cop saw it. Lucky there.

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  77. California Highway Patrol seemed cool. I got
    Pulled over for speeding and I told him I had that Ministry cranked up and lost track of my speed. He said ok and put a lower milage in the ticket. For the poor that QVC channel may have some good deals at this point.
    Erik Estrada is squeaky clean I bet so WATCH OUT.

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  78. I worked at Netscape with Martin Fowler once.

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    1. Fowler may have been from Australia. Outback and all that.

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  79. People have been feeding me info on that reverse drill, long before I thought of it. Alcoholics Anonymous knows I think.

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  80. Donald Trump resembles Roman Emperor Trajan if you look at the statues.

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  81. Has the USA been duped by a blackmail scam? I have no security clearance don't ask me.

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  82. The FBI did come by and said I'm on the KILL LIST for the UNITED CYBER CALIPHATE but not to worry about it.

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  83. Florida seems like it has done well with NASA and all.

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  84. I don't know who else is in that Egyptian Math Society?

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  85. I worked with a Hisham Ghazoulli at HP with Carly and he said he's Egyptian and can read hieroglypics. Was that guy on hold or not?

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  86. People on hold in USA? I have no idea who they are, what they're doing or anything else about it in reality. Japanese Internment camps, are they still on hold here?

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  87. You don't want the Tong or the Yakuza to be calling one on you I'm sure of that. Larry Ellison and I are old men.

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  88. Deaths in California - sounds VERY suspicious to me.

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  89. Nobel Prize? Well Obama got one, what's good for the goose is good for the gander.

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  90. COPYRIGHT FLEXABLE SOFTWARE, LLC

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  91. I've worked on Government Contracts before - don't recall much about it.

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  92. Did the DEVIL make you do it? I have no idea about that nonsense.

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  93. My "sister" wanted me to go see a Dr. Mengele - forget it.

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  94. Some poor kid at USD, Mark Hagl was mopping the floors in the cafeteria. He was a drummer.

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  95. They never put that Philosophy minor on my degree, curious.

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  96. Did I cure the oil more or less (epsilon factor)? I'd assume so.

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  97. Those cigarettes? Cancer is a constellation for all I know. Anyone could tell you that.

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  98. Rochester, NY was #1 in murder per capita once. Steve said the blacks were killing each other off up there.

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  99. Is this blog SEALED off in the USA? I'm pretty sure of that.

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  100. Bob Stone? Some Russian guy working at Teradata.

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  101. California dreaming? Good song once I suppose. California JAILS? No fun there.

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  102. Which stock will go up? That private company talking about Solar Magnification is gonna really get in trouble I suspect. You don't mess with that IBM.

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  103. The DUTCH syndicate still alive and well?

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  104. Some guy was selling this crystal meth called "Hitler's dope" in San Diego.

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  105. Crystal Method? Some band I saw once.

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  106. North vs. South - the CIVIL WAR? It happened once here. Is ISLAM trying to encite that again?

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  107. Did 911 really happen or not? I have no clue there. Michelina seemed TERRIFIED of this Busalacci outfit in San Diego.

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  108. They trained those airplane pilots for 911 in San Diego.

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  109. Tony Diamond was supposed to be my best man at a wedding. Gus Diamond was his father. I don't know if Gus is still alive or not.

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  110. IBM has the wrong design. Thick Aluminum won't melt and hydrated compressed fiber glass can act as a buffer.

    http://www.treehugger.com/renewable-energy/ibm-solar-collector-magnifies-sun-2000x-without-cooking-itself.html

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  111. Steph Richards and I loved those little old ladies, they're cute.

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  112. THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH must be HORRIFIED with this TRANSEXUAL THING GOING ON IN USA!

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  113. THAT MORMON was trusted with who's who in AMERICA I believe. He's in UTAH.

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  114. Did the MORMON knowingly engineer the generation gap with Sodom and Gommorah and all of that? I have no true evidence to that.

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  115. The ATHEIST or AGNOSTIC? Those guys are in trouble according to the Islamic cab driver I met.

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  117. I'm class of 1988 at USD - someone said that 88 = HEIL HITLER

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  118. Dead Kennedys? That's just some punk rock band from long ago.

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  119. Are you RESPONSIBLE for ALL of your inventions in USA? I doubt it.

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  120. Psycho gang tactics - reinactment of your worst times in life, etc.

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  121. My solar mag is WAY better than the IBM design. Mine is adaptable to existing vehicles. IBM has mine though, they did have solar mag up there first. I reported to a Melanie Skinner on a project for the Gap, Inc in San Francisco.

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  122. Partner with IBM? Big company there - works for me.

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  123. Jewish guy working at ATT in Texas? Nice guy there.

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  124. I knew a Mark Carges who had been at Bell Labs but he quit that place.

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    1. I've said online that Mark was a VERY good boss at BEA Systems.

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    2. BEA did that WebLogic server.

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  125. BEA stood for Bill, Ed and Alfred. Alfred was Alfred Chuang the co-founder.

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  126. Number Field sieve for the internet based on clearance in USA and age? Lots of wicked info on there.

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  127. I suspect you can take a half pyramid, prove the first case for that FERMATS last theorem then use and inductive argument for x^n + y^n = z^n having no integral solutions implying x^(n+1) + y^(n+1) = z^(n+1) having no integral solutions. Use a dimensional topological argument - differential topology.

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  128. That Poker player Antonio the magician may have told them EVERYTHING HE KNOWS.

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  129. Is the press some underworld claim? I have no idea.

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  130. NSA just does crypto for all I know, they're in Ft. Meade, MD.

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  131. Ed Denebeim could be president some day - be careful.

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  132. Christ was the only perfection. We all know that.

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  133. King Herod = Chaim Simmons? Poor guy - he wants to support the vets.

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  134. USA Baptist seems like a GREAT CHURCH to me.

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  135. Pilot Casino in Louisiana seemed like LAST JUDGE. I think Oriental eyes are watching you from those slots. Teri called them the sluts.

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  136. I suspect you can take a half pyramid, prove the first case for that FERMATS last theorem then use and inductive argument for x^n + y^n = z^n having no integral solutions implying x^(n+1) + y^(n+1) = z^(n+1) having no integral solutions. Use a dimensional topological argument - differential topology.

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  137. Red Jewish woman said they can kill you with this Brain Zapping.

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  138. Dental Implants seem kind of dangerous to me.

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  139. Fresh Prince of Bel Air - decent show

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  140. "Let me make one thing perfectly clear" - can you really do that? Christ was the only perfection. Onward Christian soldiers comes to mind.

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  141. We are at war with Islam recall that.

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  142. I supposedly picked up a strike in California for a phone call I don't even recall making. Quite bizarre. Probably dosed on PCP again.

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  143. Can someone cause a hurricane in Florida? Probably

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  144. A giant fan on one of those carnival cruise ships could do it.

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  145. TOOL did that "lean to swim" song

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  146. "WAR IS HELL" - a big armed biker told me that. Good advice.

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  147. The Korean car dealer in San Diego said my Hyundai Elantra was a "perfect car'. I traded that one in for a Ford SUV.

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  148. We evolve through our inventions? Somewhat.
    Is pi^e transcendental?

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  149. PEAK OIL - global warming, global cooling, ask the OIL BARONS about that.

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  150. Skinheads? I know nothing about that gang.

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  151. Gangland - quite an informing series. Snitched out a bunch of people, correct?

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  152. LACK OF PRIVACY - Snowden movie - I'll bet that INFURIATES the women.

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    1. I can develop an image recognition algorithm based on pixels and a thermo sensor that will hide parts of a person from an electric observer

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  153. Solar mag houses rotating appendature to roof

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  154. Secure communications

    Satellites may have ruined

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  155. If I am alone on a desert island can I predict
    my future? No - external forces could change

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  156. Noisy wind blowers etc
    Easily to power with solar magnification
    save fuel
    LIT stock - solid investment

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  157. New car of future
    Could easily have a signal system so
    lights flash in your car and avoid these
    loud sirens

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  158. Vape in space but smoke on planet ok - oriental kid said someone has to support the
    tobacco companies

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  159. Emmy Noether Jewish mathematician
    they like her quite a bit - great influence for the women

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    1. They sainted Lucifer many years ago probably to save the children

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    2. The archangel fell from heaven and the nuns would probably rather forget about it

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    3. Nuns are good women they teach kids they care for the sick - they get carried away sometimes
      Christ denied Simon the Zealot

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  160. Antonio the little king in California
    He could be a great star someday

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    1. I bought Antonio clothes at JC Penney
      That episode is on film

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    2. I'm sure Danny glover or someone out there will take care of Antonio. He's a very good football player

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    3. Cherokee - many people claiming Cherokee and running to res - be careful

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    4. Antonio is with his aunt or someone last I heard - he will be a good boy and do his homework I'm sure

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    5. Obama had 8 years - Antonio may win someday too - we don't know the future.

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    6. For married AARP members confess online to CIA - travel to China may be fun. Nice internet cities, etc

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    7. For white America JFK did a very good job here.

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    8. For the women and innocents the Snowden thing has everyone up in arms but I have image hashing and filtration ideas in the works.

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    9. USA Baptist seems like a fine church - find your local one and go if you're a Protestant, I'm sure they'll keep you updated,

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