Wednesday, February 28, 2007


We live in a period of improbable technologies such as self-cooled beer, artificial retinas of the eye, full automated factories. All these open new methods of preservation and transfering of energy.
AC Energy Introduction to Technology
Wednesday February 28, 6:02 am ET

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Conversation problems

In 21st century
energy supply problems are standing for every man.
Prices for oil, gas, coal are rising higher and higher.

The governments of many countries discuss using of the renewed kinds of energy such as biofuel, energy of the sun and so on. But the issue of saving energy also is of great importance. Because of it energy conservations is needed vitaly. One of perspective directions is the technology hydrogen. But Proton Exchange Membrane is required in order to modernize this technology. It's developing now by the following company.

AC Energy, Inc is an electrochemical power company pioneering strategic energy
pathways in the milliwatts to kilowatts range. AC Energy is creating
energy solutions designed for all spheres of modern life.

The fuel cell technology, Proton Exchange Membrane ("PEM") is
touted as the "Catalyst for the Hydrogen Age".

PEM, declared as the major candidate to replace the internal
combustion engine, has created investor interest. Famous developers, knowledgeable in commercialization issues, possess the expertise to capitalize on new concepts.
The strategies of AC Energy have an excellent understanding of these
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Friday, February 23, 2007

Osprey Media. - Brantford Expositor

Osprey Media. - Brantford Expositor: "Finally, it's a deal
City, county ink tentative pact on boundaries

By Michael-Allan Marion
Local News - Friday, February 23, 2007 Updated @ 10:45:16 PM

At long last, Brantford and Brant County have an agreement in principle on boundary changes and long-term growth that will change the future of more than 4,000 acres of rural land.

Negotiating teams for the two councils, aided by a provincial facilitator, Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing officials and staff from both municipalities, spent Thursday morning at the Best Western Brant Park Inn haggling over the final wording to resolve their remaining differences.

Then, after the negotiating team members finished nodding their heads through one final reading of the text, Brantford Mayor Mike Hancock and Brant Mayor Ron Eddy pulled out their pens.

They signed an agreement in principle that, if approved, would transfer more than 3,000 acres of county land to the north and east of Brantford into the city effective Jan. 1, 2008. That would handle the city's industrial and residential development needs for the next 30 years.

The vast majority of what has long been mostly agricultural land is now in the hands of development companies that have bought major tracts, particularly over the past four years, in anticipation of the deal.

The tentative pact also would allow the county to create new industrial and urban settlement in two areas of about 1,000 acres in its jurisdiction-- a parcel south of Paris and an expanded one in Cainsville -- which now is excluded from development.

And the pact gives the county a special deal under which the city would supply more water to Cainsville a"

general motors investor warning

"As I've written in The Digest, the daily e-letter I send to subscribers, GM is already bankrupt. Over the last 10 years, General Motors has been unable to make a profit selling cars. Its gross profits have declined by 46%, from $40 billion in 1996 to only $22 billion in 2005. It hasn't been earning enough money to pay for its overhead, capital expenses (upkeep of factories), or dividend payments. The result? An exploding debt level. In 10 years, the company's total liabilities have grown from $199 billion to more than $450 billion.
GM has been burning the family furniture to keep the furnace running. It has gone past the point of no return. General Motors will never earn enough money selling cars to repay these debts. In fact, the company cannot make enough money to merely service these debts. The final nail in the coffin came in 2005, when GM's credit rating was first downgraded to 'junk' status. Since then, as its obligations have come due, the company has had to refinance at steadily increasing rates of interest. Its financing costs have soared. Over the last three years, GM's annual interest expense grew by 77%, from $9 billion to $16 billion.
GM can downsize, it can close factories, it can lay off union workers and renegotiate pensions. But its debts cannot be downsized. And its bondholders aren't going to settle for less than the full amount they are owed. GM cannot pay. Its shareholders will be wiped out, and its bondholders will end up owning the company. GM will be bankrupt within three years – or perhaps sooner if the economy slows.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Inquiry in Major need of all the facts

What infomation are they hiding and why ? So much for an open and visible government responsive to the people . PR - Editorial - Inquiry in Major need of all the facts: "Federal bureaucrats are insisting that if 'secret' documents are made public at the ongoing Air India inquiry, it could compromise Canada's security.
Surely the greater concern is that if civil servants are allowed to keep too many documents secret using the excuse of 'national security,' the inquiry will never get to the bottom of how Canada's intelligence agencies botched their investigation of the 1985 Air India bombings.
The point of Prime Minister Stephen Harper calling this inquiry was to ensure such blunders as the erasing of key evidence and damaging turf wars between CSIS and the RCMP never happen again.
John Major, a retired Supreme Court of Canada judge who heads the inquiry, has privately seen the disputed documents and does not believe all of them need to be secret. Based on his mandate, which is to oversee a public inquiry into the Air India disaster, Major has given the federal government until March 5 to address this issue, or he will shut down his probe. "

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Q-jumpers: "Lessons or the Moral of the story as we see it:

You are in charge of your health, vitality and life

o Be proactive and eventually you will succeed
o We have all experienced the new words in action.
This is particularly true if you need services or work in a government environment
o Have some fun- use the new words to make others accountable to you -point out 404 errors. Make the Adminisphere accountable and get rid of the seagulls through cropdusting. Reduce or avoid blamestorming before it gets started

Back to Eden-New Beginnings (Ridgetown) 23 Richards Street 519-674-3434

We are a community of like minded peers, with an environment that is cozy, caring and comfortable. We are not GENERICA. We are special designed community just for you . We are not institutional.

Community Updates:

1. We endorse the Carp position on No More waiting on Health Care. Be heard join the better health crusade. "

The liberal credibility gap or hole widens

The Ontario Liberal Education minister excuses her dismal performance by blaming the deep hole of poor educational quality that was "of course " created by the conservatives in 2003. After filling in the "hole" with $2.75 billion dollars of our money, the results are marginal at best . In fact-only 18% of us according to the SES eductional poll-think that the level of Education has improved.

It seems to me that the liberals or performance Fiberals who are so very liberal with our money have a 82% credibility gap or performance hole of their own making to overcome in the upcomming election. A real Accounting is comming from the old school-those who are tired of the empty promises,high public cost and lack of performance of the existing hole fillers.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

'Your future is in your hand,' says talking urinal | The Register

And this is what happens to your money when the P----S are in charge PR

'Your future is in your hand,' says talking urinal | The Register: "future is in your hand,' says talking urinal
Well, quite
By Lester Haines → More by this authorPublished Wednesday 14th February 2007 11:55 GMTInterested in this story? Receive others like it on your desktop as they break. Back in July last year, we reported on the latest innovation in urinal technology: the 'Wizmark Urinal Communicator', designed to give forth whenever some unsuspecting bar customer points his pecker at the porcelain.
Specifically, the Wizmark is a 'waterproof, disposable drain cover embedded with electronics that senses a visitor and then relays an audio message'. It boasts a proximity sensor which detects someone approaching 'within about 30 to 60 centimetres'. After a suitable pause to allow the customer to position himself, the Communicator gives forth with a 'pre-recorded audio announcement'.
It also comes complete with 'nine-centimetre diameter display area containing a lenticular screen that features multiple images or text that, and as the person moves toward the urinal, they appear to change from one graphic to the other'.
Safety officials in Nassau County, New York, were suitably impressed and acquired 100 examples. They must have worked, because New Mexico has now ordered 500 at $21 a pop, due for deployment across the state.
According to, the initiative is part of a local Department of Transportation drive (slogan 'You drink, you drive, you lose') to tackle drunk driving. TV ads and 'printed material' are to be backed by the vociferous bog cake in bars from Albuquerque to Santa Fe.
How, though, does the Wizmark discourage sozzled boozers from getting behind the wheel? Well, it's rather inspired, as you can find out here:

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Monday, February 12, 2007

Widows of soldiers killed in Afghanistan face fight with banks over mortgages - Yahoo! Canada News

And the point is that by speaking up and making this visible -the banks and insurance ompanies changed their minds PR

Widows of soldiers killed in Afghanistan face fight with banks over mortgages - Yahoo! Canada News: "Widows of soldiers killed in Afghanistan face fight with banks over mortgages Sun Feb 11, 6:04 PM

By Alison Auld

HALIFAX (CP) - Widows of Canadian soldiers killed in Afghanistan are tied up in a confusing fight of their own with banks that have delayed payment of their mortgages or claim they're not covered by insurance at all because their husbands died in combat.
Several women say they've been told by their financial institutions the mortgage insurance they've spent years paying into does not apply because their spouses died while at war. "

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Travellers face 2-month wait for passports - Yahoo! Canada News

Travellers face 2-month wait for passports - Yahoo! Canada News: "Travellers face 2-month wait for passports
Fri Feb 9, 11:53 PM

Canadians scrambling to obtain passports before a March break holiday may be out of luck, with waiting times now stretching to 60 days, Passport Canada says.

Passport Canada spokeswoman Francine Charbonneau said the agency is receiving high volumes of applications, averaging about 21,000 a day. On a busy day last year, the office would have received about 13,000 applications
'At this point your only chance if you want to travel for March break is to apply in person and even that's not a guarantee because of these backlogs,' she said.
If an application has recently been submitted by mail, people can call a 1-800 number to have their passport application returned to them.
In the case of an emergency such as a death in the family, illness or a last-minute business trip, passport officers can fast-track applications.
'It's up to the discretion of the passport officer,' Charbonneau said, noting that a last-minute flight to Florida would not qualify as an urgent situation.
Print centres running round-the-clock
While the office hired 200 new officers in November to help with the deluge, they're still having trouble meeting the demand.
'We're doing everything we can,' she said, noting that the office's print centres in Mississauga, Ont., and Gatineau, Que., have boosted their production.
'We are running our print centres on 24-hour clocks, which is something that's never been done before,' Charbonneau said.
A U.S. law that took effect on Jan. 23, 2007, requires that all Canadians flying to the U.S. have a valid passport."

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Osprey Media. - Brantford Expositor

Amazing - so why not hire more Justice of the Peaces or lay less frivolous or vexatious charges or reduce the number of laws which serve no purpose other then gouging more money from the victims who are trapped in the speedy justice system . PR
Osprey Media. - Brantford Expositor: "Justice of the peace shortage causing backlog in Norfolk court
Local News - Wednesday, February 07, 2007 Updated @ 9:25:12 AM

A provincewide shortage of justices of the peace is creating a backlog of cases in Norfolk's provincial offences court and costing the county money.

Council learned Tuesday that the local POA court is only staffed by justices of the peace once a week, on Thursday. When the responsibility for POA courts was first transferred from the province in 2001, justices of the peace were provided on other days when a lengthy or multi-day trial was scheduled.
But that changed in 2006 because there weren't enough JPs to go around. As a result, these matters were added to the schedule of regular trial matters, which has overloaded the docket.

Frank Gelinas, the county's general manager of corporate services, said some trial matters - including serious highway traffic offences - may have to be adjourned or withdrawn if the county can't schedule a trial within a reasonable time frame. 'Norfolk County loses its ability to administer justice in a fair and equitable manner and loses revenue as a result,' he said in his report to council. "

Osprey Media. - Brantford Expositor

Disaster strikes again - more for less - why not get rid of the redundant staff PR

Osprey Media. - Brantford Expositor: "Brant homeowners face 3.2 per cent tax increase

By John Paul Zronik
Local News - Wednesday, February 07, 2007 Updated @ 11:43:50 PM

Brant County homeowners will receive a 3.2 per cent tax increase this year, about $75 on a home assessed at $211,000.

Politicians passed the county’s 2007 budget during a meeting in Paris on Tuesday. Councillors approved an operating budget of about $48 million for 2007. Almost $29.5 million of that money will be raised through taxes, the rest through grants and other sources of revenue. "