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Author Topic: It begins in Australia  (Read 5069 times)

Offline AhuraMazda

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It begins in Australia
« on: November 17, 2008, 10:15:31 PM »

Offline PhiScience

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Re: It begins in Australia
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2008, 10:53:17 PM »

Offline hansvonlieven

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Re: It begins in Australia
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2008, 11:06:32 PM »
G'day all,

Unfortunately Australia is becoming more and more like China every day. We now even have a Prime Minister who speaks Mandarin.

Co-incidence? You make up your mind.

Hans von Lieven

Offline CrazyEwok

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Re: It begins in Australia
« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2008, 03:02:51 AM »
Isn't it amazing that starring into the abyss of a possible financial recession that our government can afford to put $44 mil into making it harder for people to become informed about whats going on but getting money spent on something like i don't know upgrading or expanding our hospitals (this would take advantage of our current position of possible recession by stimulating inner growth and taking advantage of our own resources while they are not so in demand off our shores maintaining jobs in these sectors plus improving our health system). Now i live in Perth and i would much rather see this money spent on a hospital on the east coast that i will never use or no one i know would ever use and have to pay an extra $100 buck when i buy a new PC to have a mandatory Censorship program that i could use if i so wish... Both bases covered and no one is really worse off... except that the government won't be able to control what i know about... If i want to know about euthenasia (and since i can't spell it one would think that i don't know much about it :P) then i should be able to get as much information about it as i can rather than pieces of hear say said via Chinese whispers...

Those who are more informed make the best decisions
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Offline gri

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Re: It begins in Australia
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2008, 04:40:00 AM »
Read about start of internet censorship in Oz,21985,24568137-2862,00.html

I have submitted there such a comment:

Quote from: Gri
Comments are submitted for possible publication
on the condition that they may be edited.

Hey, administration!

Change the declaration to
~Comments are submitted for unconditional publication
 on the condition that they may be edited by POST AUTHOR ONLY~.

And suggest a free human forum for comments
instead of a monkey guest book.

Will see if it will be published..
on any other human forum.

And this is displayed after submission:
~Please note that we are not able to publish all the comments that we receive,
and that we may edit some comments to ensure their suitability for publishing.

Feedback will be rejected if it does not add to a debate,
or is a purely personal attack, or is offensive, repetitious,
illegal or meaningless, or contains clear errors of fact.

Although we try to run feedback just as it is received,
we reserve the right to edit or delete any and all material.~

Offline aussepom

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Re: It begins in Australia
« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2008, 07:30:22 PM »
         Well the OZ Injector prototype will be finalizes mechanically in 4 days, then the electrical and electronics are next to control it.
If it is successful it will see a big change not only here but every where, if the Chinese buy then for the power generation, they will not need the Australian coal, nor will Australia. Ships that use the LM2500 gas turbine, this is most modern liners, and naval ships will only need to increase there desalination plants on board, to use the sea water for fuel. There will be a re-work on the Ted Prichard's  'steam' car, the unit would be able to power it with ease.
All the news papers have been burying the letters I have sent to them, both  the government parties will not acknowledge any emails sent to them, does this sound familiar?
  Are they all in for a surprise if it is successful.

Offline PhiScience

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Re: It begins in Australia
« Reply #6 on: November 26, 2008, 10:21:23 PM »

What is the OZ Injector prototype I have not herd of that. I have herd of Ted Prichard's and his steam powered 1963 Ford Falcon.

Offline aussepom

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Re: It begins in Australia
« Reply #7 on: November 27, 2008, 02:58:01 AM »
Hi PhiScience

                      Well it is a long story that started with an idea some nearly two years ago.
Search in this site for my input, you may find some thing, or go to OUunity site, google aussepom ozinjector
You have a lot of catching up to do.
I have gone quiet about this for a long time because of the implication and possible threats to me.
There is now in place a disk some where in a security vault and I do not know even which one.
It is not in Australia, and it has a large number of email address on, and all the information.
So you see if some one is going or has a remote possibility of doing this if in America I am sure that I would not be around, so I made as much about my self as public as possible sound crazy, but it seems to be working. The unit will not be patented but when I have recovered my invested money and a little extra, it will be made public
I was in Melbourne at the tine and saw the car, you could not n\get a finger any where under the bonnet it has now been updated.