Die Netzwerkgeschwindigkeit für Kaffeemaschinen

Source: Die Netzwerkgeschwindigkeit für Kaffeemaschinen

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No More Mining of Uranium

On May 10th the Clean Water Alliance in South Dakota emailed this super news:
”  Rapid City Hearing Results — and On to Hot Springs on Wednesday! ”

Greetings,

The EPA’s public comment hearings in Rapid City are over.  Of the 84 people who gave public comments, 82 of them (98%) were against the uranium mining and deep disposal wells!  Thanks to all of you who gave comments.  Thanks also to everyone who helped organize, feed people, act as hosts at the Mother Butler Center, and clean up afterward!  I’ll miss people, if I start naming names, but you know who you are!

Tomorrow is the public comment hearing in Hot Springs.  We’ll meet starting at 10:00 at Centennial Park (on Jennings Avenue off of River Street).  We’ll march to the Mueller Center around noon (801 S. 6th Street).  The hearings are from 1:00 – 8:00 at the Mueller Center, with a break from 5:00 – 6:00.

Then on Thursday, the last hearing will take place at St. James Catholic Church, 310 – 3rd Avenue in Edgemont.

Let’s keep the momentum going!  See you in Hot Springs, and then on to Edgemont.

Onward —

Lilias

The Black Hills Water Alliance website link is:

https://bhcleanwateralliance.org

 

PROTECT WATER FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

STOP URANIUM MINING IN THE BLACK HILLS.

Thank you for joining us.  We are at a critical time in protecting water from radioactive uranium mining here in the Black Hills region.

WE’VE STOPPED URANIUM MINING BEFORE, WE CAN DO IT AGAIN! 

We must do everything in our power to protect our groundwater aquifers; the Madison, Minnelusa, Inyan Kara Group, along with others, from toxic uranium mining operations such as this current threat by AZARGA Uranium – AKA – Powertech (USA).  Azarga/Powertech want to use billions of gallons of our water for their toxic in situ uranium mining operation planned for the Dewey-Burdock area of the Southern Black Hills.  But they need permits like this one below:

Environmental Protection Agency – Region 8 has announced an extension of the Public Comment Period for the Dewey-Burdock Class III and Class V Injection Well Draft Area Permits

NEW DEADLINE IS JUNE 19, 2017 AT MIDNIGHT MST. 

Summary

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 is requesting public comment by June 19, 2017, on two Underground Injection Control (UIC) Draft Area Permits and one associated proposed aquifer exemption decision for the Dewey-Burdock uranium in-situ recovery (ISR) site located near Edgemont, South Dakota, under the authority of the Safe Drinking Water Act and UIC program regulations. The Dewey-Burdock site is located in southwestern Custer County and northwestern Fall River County, on the Wyoming/South Dakota border.

The EPA Region 8 UIC Program is issuing two Draft UIC Area Permits to Powertech (USA) Inc., Suite #140, 5575 Denver Technical Center Parkway, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111, for injection activities related to uranium recovery. One is a UIC Class III Area Permit for injection wells for the ISR of uranium; the second is a UIC Class V Area Permit for deep injection wells that will be used to dispose of ISR process waste fluids into the Minnelusa Formation after treatment to meet radioactive waste and hazardous waste standards. The EPA is also proposing an aquifer exemption approval in connection with the Class III Area Permit to exempt the uranium-bearing portions of the Inyan Kara Group aquifers.

Written comments must be received by midnight on June 19, 2017.

Public Hearing Information: The EPA held the following public hearings at the times, dates and locations listed below:

Thursday, April 27, 2017 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (with a break from 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.)

Niobrara Lodge
803 US Highway 20
Valentine, Nebraska 69201

Monday-Tuesday, May 8-9, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (with a break from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.)

The Best Western Ramkota Hotel
2111 North Lacrosse Street
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (with a break from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.)

The Mueller Center
801 South 6th Street
Hot Springs, South Dakota 57747

Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (with a break from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.)

St. James Catholic Church
310 3rd Avenue
Edgemont, South Dakota 57735

Information Available for Review: All information submitted by the applicant and generated by the EPA during permit application review is available for public review as part of the administrative record and will be available on this EPA Region 8 UIC Program website. Available documents include the permit applications, draft permits, fact sheet documents and other supporting documents. A paper version of the administrative record will be available for public viewing in the EPA Region 8 Library located at 1595 Wynkoop Street, Denver, Colorado, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday, excluding federal holidays. All visitors to the Region 8 office must show a picture ID such as a current driver’s license. Visitors must also register at the guard desk in the lobby before proceeding to the Library. The administrative record will be available for public review as of March 6, 2017.

In addition to seeking comments on the Class III and V draft area permits, the EPA is seeking public comment on the identification of traditional cultural properties at the Dewey-Burdock Project Site Area of Potential Effects, on the potential adverse effects of the proposed project, and on measures to avoid, minimize or mitigate potential adverse effects on historic and traditional cultural properties pursuant to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and 36 CFR § 800.2(d) and § 800.6(a)(4).

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Was The Human Race Seeded By Another Cosmic Race ?

  Maja Jovanovic shared this to his FB Group, in which I happily, am a member, having been invited to join just last year. I was unable to get the link to open, which, he posted it in 2011. There are a few FB Groups specifically,  for Rh Negative Blood Type people, each looking for answers for themselves. When I googled the link, I was floored by how many different people have referenced this link on their websites. Here is the link:
http://www.maya12-21-2012.com/rh-negative-blood.html
The FB Group:    https://www.facebook.com/groups/148243571911808/
DESCRIPTION

Redefinition of human history is not enough … any more; we have to open questions about cosmic cultures , human origin from universe . evidences are all around over the globe . just open your eyes human friends .  “
I know a few people who’s Blood Type is Rh Negative. They are good people. The copper content of their blood is much higher then any other blood type. Others are high in iron.
Here is an excerpt from  http://www.oom2.com/t39190-monkey-blood-rh-negative-blood-types-presidents-and-royalty
”  ~~  Monkey Blood
Here is another theory.
“The Reptilians are tracking those with Rh-Negative Factor Blood. Going back into time…. the Rh-Neg Hybrids came from the DRACO Caverns in the Carpathian Mountains. They were mostly RED Haired, with Green Eyes and Black haired, with Brown Eyes. They tried to infiltrate themselves into the Blond/Brown Haired, with Blue Eyes, Civilization. They wanted to Mate with those who were not Rh-Negatives. Most Rh-Negs have a Lower Body temperature and Blood pressure than Rh-Positives. Many Rh-Negs are born with a CAUDA(tail) or an Extra Vertebra (Tail Bone). Rh-Negs are Hybrids. They are Part Reptilian/part human. If two Rh-Negs try to have a baby it will usually die or be born a “BLUE Baby”, because it is Not processing oxygen properly. Thus “Blue-Bloods”, if they survive. 5% of the Earth’s population are currently Rh-Negatives. But, they are 15% of the population of the England and the USA.”
“Dr. Luigi Cavalli-Sforza from Stanford University wrote an article entitled “Genes, Peoples and Languages” (Scientific American, Nov.’91). He pointed out the high Rh-negative concentrations among the people of Morocco, the Basque country of Euskadi, Ireland, Scotland and the Norwegian islands.”
The only people among these still to speak their original neolithic language were the Basques…”
From http://www.islandnet.com/~edonon/intro.html
Those who originated in Samaria have a high percentage of RH negative blood, as do some American Indian groups. We have to wonder about the American Indian trait of  becoming blood brothers. Were they mixing antigens or what was going on? ~~~”
   ”  Did ancient astronauts seed the human race? ”  A Forum :
http://www.losttv-forum.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-71682.html
And lastly a three part u tube video, very interesting,

Published on Dec 1, 2016  Part 3,

¨Voyagers: The Sleeping Abductees¨ is a fascinating book written by Ashayana Deane, in English, and which I simply had to share with you. In contains information which can help us all understand a lot of what goes on in the extraterrestrial reality, and ours, as they both go related, since the beginnings of time.

This is not the whole book but the summary which I made, with Spanish subtitles. Taken from the book description in Amazon:

¨The most comprehensive guide available on the hidden truth of the UFO phenomena, ET visitation and Visitor agendas, the mechanics of and purposes for Visitor contact/abductions and assisting abductees. Explores the realities of contemporary ET visitation, covert government dealings with Intruder ETs, the Zeta Earth take-over agenda, ET-human hybridization and hybrid pregnancies, historical involvement of ETs with humanity and the evolution of human consciousness, and protecting humans from present Intruder manipulation.¨

This information is transcribed from the ¨Guardian Alliance¨ to humanity.

These are all chapters of the book:

1. UFOS, Visitors and the Interior Government
2. Keylonta Science and Abduction
3. Humans Origins and Hybridization
4. Hidden Motives and Mechanics
5. Awareness, Emotion, and Intuition
6. Special Projects
7. Levels of Identity and Components of Mind
8. History, Motivation, Meaning and Message

Music:
Dagger Sol (Malgorzata Duszak)

Agencia Cosmica FB: https://www.facebook.com/agenciacosmi…

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What IS Domestic violence ?

”  Domestic violence (also named domestic abuse, battering, or family violence) is a pattern of behavior which involves violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting, such as in marriage or cohabitation. Intimate partner violence is violence by a spouse or partner in an intimate relationship against the other spouse or partner. Domestic violence can take place in heterosexual and same-sex family relationships, and can involve violence against children in the family.  ”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_violence

I am so grateful you shared this as I have people very close to me who seem to be having the same issues, Blessings on you and yours, in the Spirit of Crazy Horse. _/\_  ~  These are Always on point, each and every week ! I just began to listen  to this report, WoW !
Astrology for the Soul, April 26, 2017

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The Dakota Exile Healing Ride began on April 12 and will end on May 4.

The Dakota Exile Healing Ride began on April 12 and will end on May 4. Earth Day 2017 Published April 22, 2017 FORT ABERCROMBIE, NORTH DAKOTA – The Dakota Exile Healing Ride began in Manitoba, Canada on April 12, 2017 and will be in Fort Abercrombie, North Dakota today to celebrate Earth Day 2017. With a…

via The Dakota Exile Healing Ride to Celebrate Earth Day at Fort Abercrombie — Native News Online

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Earthlings ~~ Documented

This is the documentary that really opened my eyes way back in 2012 and yet, sadly,  at 75 years of age I continue to eat some animal flesh
It is in segments, in Gratitude

 

We are ALL Earthlings

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HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL COMPLAINT PROCEDURE

On 18 June 2007, the Human Rights Council adopted resolution 5/1 entitled “Institution-Building of the United Nations Human Rights Council” by which a new complaint procedure was established to address consistent patterns of gross and reliably attested violations of all human rights and all fundamental freedoms occurring in any part of the world and under any circumstances.

The complaint procedure addresses communications submitted by individuals, groups, or non-governmental organizations that claim to be victims of human rights violations or that have direct, reliable knowledge of such violations.

Like the former 1503 procedure, it is confidential, with a view to enhance cooperation with the State concerned. The new complaint procedure has been improved, where necessary, to ensure that the procedure be impartial, objective, efficient, victims-oriented and conducted in a timely manner.

History of situations considered since the establishment of the complaint procedure

How does the complaint procedure work?

Pursuant to paragraph 94 of resolution 5/1, the Chairperson of the Working Group on Communications, together with the Secretariat, undertake an initial screening of communications based on the admissibility criteria set in paragraphs 85 to 88 of resolution 5/1. Manifestly ill-founded and anonymous communications are screened out. Communications not rejected in the initial screening are transmitted to the State concerned to obtain its views on the allegations of violations. Both the author of a communication and the State concerned are informed of the proceedings at each stage.

Two distinct working groups – the Working Group on Communications and the Working Group on Situations – are responsible, respectively, for examining written communications and bringing consistent patterns of gross and reliably attested violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms to the attention of the Council. (Click in the “in this section” for more information on both Working Groups and the closed meetings of the Council).

What are the criteria for a communication to be accepted for examination?

A communication related to a violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms is admissible, provided that:

  • It is not manifestly politically motivated and its object is consistent with the Charter of the United Nations, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other applicable instruments in the field of human rights law;
  • It gives a factual description of the alleged violations, including the rights which are alleged to be violated;
  • Its language is not abusive. However, such a communication may be considered if it meets the other criteria for admissibility after deletion of the abusive language;
  • It is submitted by a person or a group of persons claiming to be the victims of violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms, or by any person or group of persons, including non‑governmental organizations, acting in good faith in accordance with the principles of human rights, not resorting to politically motivated stands contrary to the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations and claiming to have direct and reliable knowledge of the violations concerned. Nonetheless, reliably attested communications shall not be inadmissible solely because the knowledge of the individual authors is second-hand, provided that they are accompanied by clear evidence;
  • It is not exclusively based on reports disseminated by mass media;
  • It does not refer to a case that appears to reveal a consistent pattern of gross and reliably attested violations of human rights already being dealt with by a special procedure, a treaty body or other United Nations or similar regional complaints procedure in the field of human rights;
  • Domestic remedies have been exhausted, unless it appears that such remedies would be ineffective or unreasonably prolonged.

National human rights institutions, established and operating under the Principles Relating to the Status of National Institutions (the Paris Principles), in particular in regard to quasi-judicial competence, may serve as effective means of addressing individual human rights violations.

How to submit communications?

Please fill out the complaint procedure form if you consider that your communication meets the abovementioned criteria.

Where to send communications?

Communications intended for handling under the Human Rights Council  complaint procedure may be addressed to:

Complaint Procedure Unit
Human Rights Council Branch
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
United Nations Office at Geneva
CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland
Fax: (41 22) 917 90 11
E-mail: CP@ohchr.org

http://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/HRC/ComplaintProcedure/Pages/HRCComplaintProcedureIndex.aspx

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