On 21 September 2012 the Keshe Foundation will release the first phase of its space technology and the gravitational and magnetic (Magravs) systems it has developed, to all scientists around the world simultaneously, for production and duplication.

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On 21 September 2012 the Keshe Foundation will release the first phase of its space technology and the gravitational and magnetic (Magravs) systems it has developed, to all scientists around the world simultaneously, for production and duplication.
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  1. “Wickipedia” is “WACKIPEDIA” to anyone who discerns facts from silliness, lies, or disinformation. Please, do not believe everything you read, especially on Wackipedia – they’re OK for celebreties’ birthdays and stuff like that. Science, etc. is way out of thier abilities. Why should anyone take the word of anonymous “experts”? The patients run the asylum at Wackpedia – do not be fooled. Blessings!

    1. I give money to Wikipedia every month. Most of their information is probably as accurate as you’re going to get anyplace else. They do a good job of providing supporting information that shows what the article is based on. Most of their science is also very sound from what I’ve seen. I’m a licensed operating engineer with a science and technology background.

      Though there is what appears to be politically motivated disinfo in a minority of topics. So I keep that in mind when researching controversial matters.

      The world is a better place with Wikipedia than without it.

    2. I used to work in a heavy military electronics machine shop building the stuff being used to deal with the ET encroachment on our civilization from a position of strength. Setting up and running manual and computer controlled machine tools and working in the quality control laboratory.

      You don’t want to scrap an $2,500 piece of rare alloy stock that you can hold in your hands, because you screwed up a machining operation. So I have a pretty good idea what works in the real world of science and technology, and what doesn’t.

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