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Your District TEA Dollars (english)
02 Mar 2003
This is the most important file, because it proves the utter nonsense that there's a shortage of wealth, renewable energy and "money".
Don't get distracted by the XaoS program unless you first understand the Time-Energy Accounting spreadsheets.

Currently, all the TEA spreadsheets are calculated with the assumption that one TEA dollar ($1) or one renewable kWh of electricity is pegged to 10.8 MJ (megajoules) of renewably derived liquid or gaseous fuel.

(In the newest TEA Agreement, this will probably be rounded to a simple 1 kWh = 10 MJ. And don't forget, END-USERS are issued TEA dollars because "consumers" are the ultimate investors.)

The 10.8 MJ figure is derived from the "fuzzy logic" that electric-powered transit, such as railway and lithium-ion electric vehicles (EVs), is approximately 300% more efficent than combustion-powered transit, including aircraft (which can be powered with biofuels).

And those who are still conned by the energy cartel's advocacy of fuel cells and "the hydrogen economy" need only compare such "advanced" (always in the future!) technologies with the low costs of simple (and existing) electrical infrastructure and lithium-ion EVs.

(Sell Ballard, the "Big Three" and the "Seven Sisters"! Buy LG Chem, Matsushita, and Sanyo! But beware of the CIA's submarines "accidentally" sinking Japanese or Korean vessels.)

Due to its light weight (lighter than air), perhaps hydrogen is a good fuel for aircraft, extending their range as Lockheed demonstrated back in the 1970s.

But is it worth the expense of building a cumbersome hydrogen infrastructure and rebuilding all aircraft? Not unless you're a bankster charging "interest" for a "loan".

Simply modify aircraft fueling systems for biogas, "hythane", ethanol or biodiesel. The "hydrogen economy" is another ruse to delay real progress.

As usual, it's a no-brainer for anyone but the so-called "experts".

There is no shortage of wealth or energy.

There is only a shortage of common sense among greedy world banksters and their mindless bureaucracies.

http://egroups.com/group/Time-Energy-Accounting
See also:
egroups.com/group/JPChance
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