Friday, October 27, 2006

why does hate run the world?

They're rioting in Africa,
They're starving in Spain.
There's hurricanes in Florida,
And Texas needs rain
The whole world is festering
With unhappy souls.
The French hate the Germans,
The Germans hate the Poles;
Italians hate Yugoslavs,
South Africans hate the Dutch,
And I don't like anybody very much!

But we can be tranquil
And "thankfill" and proud,
For man's been endowed
With a mushroom-shaped cloud.
And we know for certain
That some lovely day
Someone will set the spark off,
And we will all be blown away!
-Kingston Trio, 1950's

It has been suggested and none too hastily that today the world is running on hate.

From our point of view there continues to be a simple solution.

Gravity control. No more wars. Everyone is once again on an equal footing.

Wouldn't this be the most uniting thing?

I never really thought of it quite this way before but with gravity control as a 'weapon' against hate, it has the look of perhaps swinging the people on this planet away from constant stress.

Oil was most wonderful in the '20's? But now we get the feeling that oil will kill us all.

We are at a most amazing transition.

Will we make the leap to gravity control?
Or will we fall back on the amazing German secret of turning coal into oil.

That would keep gravity control out of the picture for an estimated 200 years.

There is a reason for switching to gravity control and it has everything to do with reversing how we're pulling this planet apart. If we want to keep living here we must stop the raping and polluting of our biosphere. At least until we can go places. But even then, it's sacred to keep your domain pristine.

We have to clean the place up before we think about leaving. And we're not leaving but we should clean up the world anyway.

Oil was honourable but now it's Enron and the saving of an era.

The new era is antigravity, goodbye rockets. The new era is an equalization of the people on our planet where those who need get real help. And those who wish can explore.

Wow! Can we begin today?

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Volvo, the electric car

We have absolutely nothing to report other than the following

Dear Lena,

Of course, your answer is not what I want to hear but do you know they've converted a BMW Mini to electric? It has a range of 300 miles before plugin overnight and does 0 to 60 in under six seconds. Yes, you're right. The drive train is different. Also no gears, no automatic, just brake and go.

I like Volvo because they gave the 3 point seat belt to the car industry. I also like the interiors, the ride, handling and safety. And with the XC70 the styling is as provocative as the Isuzu Vehicross, only better because it's in a station wagon format.

I'm sure you have things in the works.

I'm speaking of an XC70 shape of the future powered by nothing at all, meaning, capturing the power of gravity.

My thought was, if BMW can make an electric Mini, Volvo can do the same with an XC70. And I'm sure you can. Safety for Volvo must transcend just the passengers and consider the planet as a whole. Electric.

I envisage the entire automotive industry shifting to electric, and beyond.

Thank you again for your thoughtful though not complete reply.

You guys are Volvo. I expect more a level of best.

Monday, October 09, 2006

who will resurrect the electric car?

Trying to contact someone of importance at Volvo is like trying to speak to the Pope, who incidentally has just banished Limbo. This came as a shock to Christian Jamaicans who have practiced this dance for centuries and have offered the Pope a request for a name change. Volvo, the name is now owned by Ford, which needs the association of safety after the Pinto and the pickup truck which used to blow up on a regular basis. Volvo is known as the safest car in the world but Ford just bought the Volvo name which includes trucks, and Volvo Cars is a company now on its own. This I learned after posting the following message to Volvo.
I would like a quote if possible on how much to convert an XC70 Wagon to all electric operation.
Thank you.

The Volvo XC70 2.5T is a manual transmission vehicle in station wagon or estate format. It was my dream car for cavorting the hills of Samui and anywhere. But now my new dream car is the same car but converted to all electric, no gas. And probably my next dream car would be the same except it would be aether driven, no fuel of any kind.

Nice car, and it comes with ergonomic seats that offer heat and a Swedish massage.

For those who might read these blogs I've always regretted trashing the 1947 Volkswagen as an example of how Project Unity works. But now, the new example is the Volvo XC70, definitely a prettier car and probably more comfortable.

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