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Sunday, February 17, 2019


Albert Einstein believed in God?

Albert Einstein believed in God?

Theologians and scientists fiercely try to prove to each other that God exists or does not exist. What exists are scientific theories about the origin of our universe that follow each other in rapid succession and theologians who are forced to defend the image of God and the Bible. 

And “God Himself,”  He disappears laughing behind the horizon of our ever-expanding universe of which the “Light of the Beginning” will never reach us. Whatever else that is.

There is simply no well-founded model that describes the events to about 10 to -15 seconds. But there was no time according to the same scientists? Moreover, when it comes to physical phenomena, scientists have one big riddle, namely: “dark matter.” 

Nobody can tell us what this dark matter is exactly. However, physicists think that dark matter constitutes no less than 85 percent of the universe. 

In other words, we still do not understand anything about our world and the universe. Apparently, therefore, a new unified theory of quantum gravity is needed to break this barrier.

The well-known formula of Einstein's gravity theory simply can not explain why stars keep turning in their orbit. There is too little mass to describe the rotation of stars.

There go all previous theories that deny the existence of a 'Higher Power.' For it is precisely the understanding of these early phases in the history of the universe that is one of the greatest unsolved problems in physics and creates a duality between understanding and incomprehension.

Scientists who formulated the theory of 'big bang' assumed a static universe that has always been and always will be. But from the gravity law of Newton, it follows, however, that such a universe would collapse. 

Newton recognized that problem and attempted to save his theory by stating that if the matter was evenly distributed in an infinite space, there would be no center where the matter would fall.

I wonder if we can call the theory of the center of our universe the “God particle,” the "Smiling Higgs Boson." Why not? We can replace this statement, like many others, later if it suits us better. 

After all, then we do not have to acknowledge God, because the center of the universe constantly moves with the speed of light. But where to? The "Smiling Higgs Boson" and God who disappear in
 the beginning of Everything together with the center?

Thousands of years ago people assumed that the earth was flat. In our time it is assumed that the universe is flat. So apparently nothing has changed in our thinking about the flatness of things. 

The question is how science looks at the multi-universe over thousands of years and whether our paradigmatic thinking makes future scientists laugh about what we had also laughed about the flatness of the earth. 

No, God can not be grasped in words, calculations or theories and not even in colors or light. The only thing we can believe is believing in God or in theories if only to maintain duality.

Following Stephen Hawking and many scientists with him, there existed before the big bang "Nothing," no time, no matter and no space. But scientists also agree on one thing, namely; that "Nothing" was unstable and although there was no time, our universe came into a nano-second ...

Even more theories

Four theories exist about the expansion of the universe. Recent observations and distance measurements argue about the accelerated expansion of the universe, for which a still poorly understood phenomenon must be introduced that is known as 'dark energy.' 


The theory is based, among other things, on the perception of the constantly expanding universe, in particular, the redshift of the spectral lines and of light from distant galaxies, the Doppler effect. 

But, how do we enter the light that will never reach us than quantify through an ever-expanding universe? Does God, or whatever science and theologians like to call it, become increasingly out of the picture? If so, then together we can only do one thing, namely; "To Believe."

Big bang

There is a lot of uncertainty about the 'big bang'. Nobody knows whether the “big bang' actually happened, what happened next and how the 'big bang' came about. There are several theories about the origin of our universe, but current theories indicate that the big bang is the most likely one.

According to current measurements, our universe was created 13.7 billion years ago. The scientists have succeeded in reversing the 'cosmic film' to 2 seconds after the big bang, otherwise, they have not succeeded so far. 

We hardly know anything about these first two seconds of the birth of our universe. Little is known about the cause. As long as we can not go all the way back to the very beginning, we are in the dark and we depend on theories that we have to believe, but believe in God? 

Twice a few seconds, so we will have to go back together to time without time to solve God mystery so that we can play for that God who is devoured by science.

The standard response from astronomers that this question remains, “what was there before the Big Bang,” was not sensible? But that attitude changes. 

In recent years, there are more and more theories that start from a time before the big bang, sometimes also with other universes. But yes the theories remain, and until that time they're out, so the only thing we can do is just continue to believe in God.

Saturday, February 16, 2019


Bill Gates and former World Health Organization Director, Margaret Chan

Bill Gates and former World Health Organization Director, Margaret Chan

The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is concerned with international public health. It was established on April 7, 1948, and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. The WHO is a member of the United Nations Development Group.

But the WHO is also a very corrupt organization and amongst other crimes involved in stealing Ebola blood samples for profits and biowarfare purposes and sex abuse during the Ebola vaccine trial and error studies in the Democratic Republic Congo.

The constitution of the World Health Organization had been signed by 61 countries on July 22, 1946, with the first meeting of the World Health Assembly, nowadays working with 194 Member States and from more than 150 offices. 

It is most striking that all WHO member states never interfere in WHO criminal behavior which means that they have allowed WHO to commit medical crimes. by allowing. For the record, all the member states associated with WHO is involved. 

As far as the World Health Organization corruption is concerned, read this:

The WHO is responsible for the World Health Report, the worldwide World Health Survey, and World Health Day. The current Director-General of the WHO is Tedros Adhanom, who started his five-year term on 1 July 2017 but as we have noticed there are many negative articles about him as well. And not only Tedros in spooky deals but also two of his friends Bill Gates and George Soros.

Bill Gates and George Soros are pulling on the strings of WHO

The WHO (World Health Organization) deals with the health of the world. A noble goal, but the organization has been struggling for decades with the lack of money. The biggest criticism of the WHO is that instead of helping mankind, it supports the economy.

The WHO is the highest authority on health in the world. It should be an independent organization, but for a very large part, it is financed by one person: Bill Gates.

The 'Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation' has donated more than $ 2 billion to the WHO since the '90s. Gates' hobbyhorse is to eliminate the polio virus. He wants to achieve that by vaccinating as many children around the world against polio. 

He proclaimed the year 2010 as the start of: 'The Decade of Vaccinations.' But we call this decade the beginning of the end for those who receive mostly contaminated or genetic engineered vaccines.

But Bill Gates is a businessman and knows that the “global vaccine market” is undergoing rapid growth, which, according to the WHO, will be translated into a turnover of no less than 100 billion dollars a year by 2025 if all goes well.

Why are there so few people who see through the corruption of the WHO? Besides that Gates knows as no other that there is no charity involved but profits.

The report does not include a study of the side effects of vaccines, which, in the case of weakened children, must be considerably higher than in well-fed western babies. These, too, apparently do not exist for GAVI. But the worst thing is that this 'success' does not change to disease-causing circumstances!

Links between George Soros, the Wikimedia Foundation and the drug industry is clear. Soros is a Hungarian-born currency speculator and multi-billion dollar stock market wheeler-dealer who has been convicted or insider trading in France.

Soros was accused in court by the Dr. Rath Foundation of having funded the ARV drug-promoting Treatment Action Campaign to the tune of 1.4 million South African Rand. He has also invested heavily in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors over the years, buying large holdings in companies such as Pfizer, Merck, and Monsanto.

Significantly, therefore, is Melissa Hagemann, a senior program manager of the Soros Open Society Foundations' Information Program, which operates Wikipedia. Hagemann has worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, an organization that, like Soros, has invested heavily in the drug industry over the years.

According to the Los Angeles Times, they reap fixed financial gains from investments that contravene its claims to good works.
Similarly, Ethan Zuckerman, another former member of the Wikimedia advisory board, has also had connections to Soros on the Global Board of his Open Society Foundations.

Soros and currency speculation

Once in the middle of the euro, and large bets against it, Soros has a long history of engaging in morally dubious currency speculation schemes for personal gain. In early 1992, for example, he said it had entered the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) - the currency exchange system that prepared for the euro currency - at too high a rate.

As a result, he spent months building up a gigantic trading position with the aim of profiting on a colossal scale. Reportedly borrowing around 6.5 billion British pounds, Soros in his mixture of German Deutschmarks and French francs. On September 16, 1992, now known as "Black Wednesday," his gamble paid off and brought him a fortune.

Over the following days, he unwound his positions, causing a tidal wave of selling the pound on foreign exchanges, with the result that the United Kingdom was forced to drop out of the ERM. As a result, Soros made a profit of around £ 1 billion and became known as "The man who broke the Bank of England."

In fact, we can state that none of the WHO member states does undertake any action to stop these mafioso persons, pulling the strings behind WHO, who decide who on this world get food, housing or contaminated vaccines in order to depopulate the poor countries.

It is most striking that none of the WHO member states, amongst them Belgium and the Netherlands, so-called democratic countries, don't undertake any action to stop this WHO corruption. Moreover, this means that.

“World Health Organization Member States Are Also Responsible For The WHO Corruption”

The independence of the World Health Organization (WHO) has been seriously affected. This proves a document from the annual meeting of the World Health Assembly (WHA - the decision-making body of the WHO) from 2018 that reveals information about where the financing of the organization comes from.

In 2017, the total amount that the WHO received from countries (Member States) was exceeded by the number of non-governmental participants, including the pharmaceutical industry.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation contributed nearly $ 327 million to the WHO General Fund, making it the second largest donor. The only donation higher than that of the Gates Foundation came from the United States government.

The money donated by countries to the WHO General Fund amounted to $ 1.06 billion in 2017. This was less than the contributions from the non-governmental participants, which together donated $ 1.08 billion. 

In addition to the Gates Foundation, prominent sources of finance were the EU in Brussels, which provided more than $ 84 million; the 'Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria', an organization that promotes the use of antiretroviral drugs and other pharmaceutical approaches and provided more than $ 16 million; and UNITAID, also an organization that promotes the use of medicines and contributed nearly $ 30 million.

Donations from the pharmaceutical industry to WHO

The medicine, chemical industry, and their investors are prominently on the list of WHO donors. The money that these sources contributed to the WHO General Fund in 2017 included the following multinationals:

King Bill Gates is treated as a head of state by the WHO

Why King Bill Gates is treated as a head of state by the WHO? With contributions from the Gates Foundation that are higher than those of any national government to the WHO except the United States, the WHO clearly no longer has any independence in the field of health. 

After it has exchanged scientific credibility for financing by business interests, the WHO's advice on the prevention and control of diseases can no longer be trusted.

With the money donated by Gates, he undoubtedly buys a lot of attention from the WHO. To illustrate the extent to which he 'took possession of the organization', the picture at the top of this article shows him next to Margaret Chan, WHO director between 2007 and 2017, at a press conference in Geneva.

The increased influence of Gates during Chan's tenure on WHO has led him to be referred to by some as "the world's most powerful physician." Persbureau Politico has pointed out that the size of its donations has given Gates an extraordinary influence on the WHO's agenda. The first person to hold a keynote speech at a WHA meeting said that Gates' authority at the WHO is similar to that of a head of state.

Considering this, it is not difficult to assume that if Gates ever threatened to withdraw its gigantic funding, the WHO would inevitably adapt its policy to its will. It is even said that the appointment in 2017 of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as the new director general of the WHO support came from Bill Gates.

It is clear that the WHO, after having sold its soul to Gates and other business donors, no longer looks after the interests of patients. That is why the time has come to replace this organization with a new global body whose task is to make natural preventive health care a human right. 

To achieve this, an organization must be established that is truly independent. Avoiding the mistakes of the WHO and its leaders is crucial for such a body to succeed.

Thursday, February 14, 2019


Health hazard in Africa

Health hazard in Africa

What we know is Africa has a long way to achieve success in a proper way of waste disposal and recycling. Malaria is still the number one killer in Africa because of poor waste disposal and drainage systems

Europe, America and other continents have embraced the right ways of waste disposal but Africa is still far from achieving success in genuine waste disposal and recycling procedures.

Every year billions of tons of garbage are thrown away, which can be reused or burned to generate heat. Although garbage is a useful source of recyclables and energy, its collection is expensive, given the manual labor involved. 

In developed countries, household garbage and industrial waste are usually collected in bags or tanks, which are disposed of once a week by garbage trucks. In some places, there is a pneumatic system for the disposal of household waste directly through pipes leading to a local waste treatment plant. 

Another method involves the accumulation of household waste in the underground bunker, located under each building, from where they are periodically removed by a tank truck with a pump. Sorting materials for recycling are costly, therefore the residents themselves are encouraged to do this work. 

In some areas, local authorities ask citizens to bundle and put waste paper in bales, and in crowded places, there are special containers for empty bottles. The glass is transported to a glass factory, where it is crushed and goes to the manufacture of new glass products. 

Additional cost savings are provided by installing separate containers for products made from brown, green and colorless glass, which simplifies their sorting at glass factories.

Some drinks are sold in bottles, for which a small deposit is charged, refundable upon delivery of empty containers. This encourages customers to return empty glass containers, which the manufacturer then takes from stores for reuse. 

Thus, significant savings in production are achieved, but there are additional costs associated with the collection, cleaning, and sterilization of waste. 

Waste such as large metal products may be of interest to the local scrap metal buyer, and the owner will receive money for the most chain of them, for example, lead pipes. A number of industries produce large quantities of waste, which are either transported directly to enterprises using them in their production or recycled. 

The slag, which is a waste of the coal industry, is used in construction as a material for foundations, and high-quality paper can be obtained from a certain type of rag scrap. or recycled. 

Years ago, sewer systems were primitive and the stench from the garbage heaps became unbearable.  Residents, therefore,  burned everything and the rest of the garbage is taken to the landfill. 

Thanks to the amazing discovery of technology which has advanced to change the world in everything including the right disposal and recycling of waste materials.

Two main methods are used to reduce waste: chopping and incineration. Grinding is a mechanical process of crushing and cutting waste. Separate grinding machines can process up to 70 tons of garbage per hour. 

Combustion in a special installation at a temperature of 750-1000 "C is the most effective way to reduce the volume of garbage. 

The main disadvantage of burning is the formation of significant amounts of soot and smoke. Therefore, it is necessary to apply various methods for cleaning exhaust gases from incinerators to minimize air pollution.

A large amount of waste paper, metals, plastics, and glass is used for recycling. Much of these materials are collected separately in residential and industrial areas. 

But in the usual garbage contains valuable materials that can be removed at different stages of processing prior to disposal. 

A recycling plant in a developed country

A recycling plant in a developed country

Dried wastes are subjected to airless heating to produce a number of useful substances, including carbon monoxide, methane, charcoal hydrogen, various oils, and tar. 

The powerful magnets installed above the conveyor remove metals from the garbage. Different methods are used to separate glass, aluminum and other non-ferrous metals, depending on their physical properties.

Many sorting machines separate materials according to their density. For example, in an inclined plate separator, denser materials of the crushed waste slide into the bottom of the vertical conveyor, and materials of lower density are transported to the top. 

Ghana has plenty of lands and vast territories suitable for building a recycling plant but this hasn't been an urgent concern to any politician. No one can develop our countries, it's our responsibility to build a healthy and happy nation.