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Well....

As many know I've had a " working " free energy device installed here for about 3 years. It has a modest 2KWh output but has still managed to provide us with 3.7 MWh since its installation in April 2016.

Thanks to Facebook market place I spotted some rather cheap 260 W new but slightly soiled panels for sale. I bought four of them. Luckily I had also bought a 3.2 KW inverter when I originally bought the smaller system.

Yesterday afternoon saw my son and I fitting " string 3 " with the intention of providing us with Summer hot water heating rather than burning Kerosene! My plan is to divert 1KWh into the heating system when available.

Cheers Graham.

Nice Graham, here in Spain solar panels have just become free energy, up to this year we had a tax on the sun C.C we generally have more sun hours than most places in Europe, the socialist government has just removed this right wing tax O0 now hoping that with the coming general elections this month that the right-wing >:-), especially the extream right >:-) >:-) >:-), do not get back into government.

While I'm at it, Brexit has cost me since the vote, 1000's of Euros on the exchange rate of my pension. There are 250,000 expats living here in Spain and they are not happy bunnies atm. They came here to retire in the warmth and be able to live better than in the UK, now if they wanted or need to return they can not, the UK has become so expensive that they could not even afford to rent a home on their pension never mind buy.

My moan for the day >:(

Regards

Mike 8)


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...up to this year we had a tax on the sun...
;D  Politicians are the same everywhere: a single idea, the tax. Is it the result of a single neuron brain? Maybe...


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;D  Politicians are the same everywhere: a single idea, the tax. Is it the result of a single neuron brain? Maybe...

 ;D O0


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Well....

Mike has snow 2 hours North of him in Spain. We have the warmer version here in North Wales!

The last couple of days has seen rainfall at the rate of 32>mm per hour, many rivers bursting their banks.

Attached is a picture of our normally benign brook as it fights its way under the bridge to our home. At 1am this morning it was level with the beginning of the arch, it's now 4" lower.

The start of the bridge arch is 12 feet from the river bed!!   :D

We're told there's more to come....

Cheers Graham.


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Seasons greetings to one and All

Here's hoping that 2020 heralds a NEW vision.   O0

Best wishes, Graham.


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The very best to you and yours

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Oh dear Michael – sad the Brexit thing isn't running as you'd like. As I recall (and I don't know if it still applies) pensions are arrested at the rate you leave the UK. (Until you return and advance the claim that is) .
Well Michael your something of an unsung hero of mine – (because after some faffing about your stuff worked)
anyway all be it I'm a little rustic and of single status – (I hesitate to use the word squalid) but alas its what males who would rather play with their oscilloscopes capacitors and wine bottles slowly become without a lady running about with a whip hand in the background.
Still there is plenty of room and for you and yours and I'd be sure to make the effort to tidy things up a bit– Promise

Michael our meeting was brief and if left strictly  to others would never have happened at all , I'm sure your aware of that now.
You can take it as granted you and family are always welcome across my threshold rent free for as long as whatever might need be attended to.
(Take as you find of course.)
Kindest regards Duncan


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Just wishing everyone a merry xmas,and a great new year.

Brad


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Just wishing everyone a merry xmas,and a great new year.

Brad
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Just wishing everyone a merry xmas,and a great new year.

Brad

Thanks Brad.

All the very best to you and yours.

Cheers Graham.


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  Good to hear from you, Brad. 
Had a wonderful Christmas with kids and grand-kids - awesome! 
  2020 is an election year in the USA, promising to be a most interesting year.

But my main hope for 2020 is the realization of a true Freedom Energy device.  My sense is that this WILL occur in 2020, and that the FIRST TWO to appear will be revolutionary...
   
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The very best to you and yours too Brad  O0

Maybe we can roll out devices during the election. There'll be so much noise that life changing energy work won't get seen by negative ninnies for months!
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The very best to all for 20/20


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But my main hope for 2020 is the realization of a true Freedom Energy device.
My sense is that this WILL occur in 2020, and that the FIRST TWO to appear
will be revolutionary...

The appearance of such a device could indeed be revolutionary if made available
to all without hindrance.  How do you see such events unfolding?

If the tumult we've seen thus far in 2019 carries forward it could reach new
heights.  2020 will no doubt be a year to remember.


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https://www.livescience.com/earth-changed-forever-in-2019.html

What a sorry state, hope all in Australia are safe from those horrific fires.

Happy new year to all

Regards

Mike 8)


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A long way from me. It's pretty hellish for them right now.
   

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One of my Daughter in laws best friends had her kids and herself in the water at Mallacoota beach for New Years Eve as they watched it burn. Loss of life reported so far is surprisingly low but it could be we just don't know yet. I have been through two events like this in my memory. Thankfully me and my family were spared. I remember as an 18 yo being the only one left to man the two way radio in the concrete plant as all the agitators were being filled with water and taken up to the blaze a few short km away. A property either side of my brothers were razed to the ground 11 years ago in a bushfire that had a front travelling at 20km and hour. Huge eucalyptus were literally exploding. My brothers house was spared though. It's horrifying shit. But our flora and fauna literally depend on it. Before anyone was here the continent regularly caught fire and no one was no one to put it out. A lot of these fires are caused by lighting. Certain seed pods can only open in bushfires, the continent has evolved to rely on them.  This year rival those other 2 events in my life. Hopefully not in loss of life.

   

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And this bloke in the neighbour's tree just now.
   
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Simply put ... you reap what you sow.
Definition, You reap what you sow is a proverb that says future consequences are inevitably shaped by present actions.

This is ancient wisdom proven by time and regardless of anyone's ignorance or disbelief of the facts we will be held to account for our actions. You think this is bad?... you ain't seen nothing and this is just a warm up for what is to come. You see everyone thinks there a rocket scientist until there own house is on fire at which point you better know how to do something or your history. Which begs the question... what do you really know, what can you really do?.


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Happy new year to you too. Yeah co2 causes bushfires. Btw it ain’t that hot. It’s one of the coldest start to summer in living memory here. Go and shit in another nest. Not interested in your childish nonsense AC.
   

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HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE   O0

Love the photo Jim, the most unusual thing in our tree is a spent rocket !!

Last nights fireworks were the most prolific in my memory. As a child no one did fireworks, the fifth of November was the time. Guy Fawks night.

Cheers Graham.


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HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE   O0

Love the photo Jim, the most unusual thing in our tree is a spent rocket !!

Last nights fireworks were the most prolific in my memory. As a child no one did fireworks, the fifth of November was the time. Guy Fawks night.

Cheers Graham.
Where we live we didn't hear any fireworks. Maybe that's why the koala was there.
   

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Last nights fireworks were the most prolific in my memory. As a child no
one did fireworks, the fifth of November was the time. Guy Fawks night.

As a child in rural America fireworks were a rare event in the 50s.  Now
they're much more common.  We see them frequently in the fall at
High School Homecoming games.

I've always been fascinated by fireworks.  We used to order them by
freight from fireworks companies in Ohio and South Dakota for the
annual 4th of July celebration at home.  A kit for $4.95 contained a
couple of sky rockets with stars, some buzz bombs, several aerial
star shots and about a dozen packets of firecrackers.  All made in
China.  Those were the fun days.  This was back in the 50s.

We had to order them by freight (rail train delivery) because the Post
Office wouldn't deliver them.  We'd pick them up at the local rail
freight delivery office.  I wonder if they even exist nowadays.

Now Pyrotechnics is one of my hobbies.  Learning how to make
fireworks is really easy and the materials are mostly inexpensive.
The sounds, the sights and the smells of fireworks can be very
addictive!  Incredible fun with adequate safety in mind.


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