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10 Trends for 2011
Gerald Celente


After the tumultuous years of the Great Recession, a battered people may wish that 2011 will bring a return to kinder, gentler times. But that is not what we are predicting. Instead, the fruits of government and institutional action - and inaction - on many fronts will ripen in unplanned-for fashions.
Trends we have previously identified, and that have been brewing for some time, will reach maturity in 2011, impacting just about everyone in the world.

1. Wake-Up Call
In 2011, the people of all nations will fully recognize how grave economic conditions have become, how ineffectual and self-serving the so-called solutions have been, and how dire the consequences will be. Having become convinced of the inability of leaders and know-it-all "arbiters of everything" to fulfill their promises, the people will do more than just question authority, they will defy authority. The seeds of revolution will be sown....

2. Crack-Up 2011
Among our Top Trends for last year was the "Crash of 2010." What happened? The stock market didn't crash. We know. We made it clear in our Autumn Trends Journal that we were not forecasting a stock market crash - the equity markets were no longer a legitimate indicator of recovery or the real state of the economy. Yet the reliable indicators (employment numbers, the real estate market, currency pressures, sovereign debt problems) all bordered between crisis and disaster. In 2011, with the arsenal of schemes to prop them up depleted, we predict "Crack-Up 2011": teetering economies will collapse, currency wars will ensue, trade barriers will be erected, economic unions will splinter, and the onset of the "Greatest Depression" will be recognized by everyone....

3. Screw the People
As times get even tougher and people get even poorer, the "authorities" will intensify their efforts to extract the funds needed to meet fiscal obligations. While there will be variations on the theme, the governments' song will be the same: cut what you give, raise what you take.

4. Crime Waves
No job + no money + compounding debt = high stress, strained relations, short fuses. In 2011, with the fuse lit, it will be prime time for Crime Time. When people lose everything and they have nothing left to lose, they lose it. Hardship-driven crimes will be committed across the socioeconomic spectrum by legions of the on-the-edge desperate who will do whatever they must to keep a roof over their heads and put food on the table....

5. Crackdown on Liberty
As crime rates rise, so will the voices demanding a crackdown. A national crusade to "Get Tough on Crime" will be waged against the citizenry. And just as in the "War on Terror," where "suspected terrorists" are killed before proven guilty or jailed without trial, in the "War on Crime" everyone is a suspect until proven innocent....

6. Alternative Energy
In laboratories and workshops unnoticed by mainstream analysts, scientific visionaries and entrepreneurs are forging a new physics incorporating principles once thought impossible, working to create devices that liberate more energy than they consume. What are they, and how long will it be before they can be brought to market? Shrewd investors will ignore the "can't be done" skepticism, and examine the newly emerging energy trend opportunities that will come of age in 2011....

7. Journalism 2.0
Though the trend has been in the making since the dawn of the Internet Revolution, 2011 will mark the year that new methods of news and information distribution will render the 20th century model obsolete. With its unparalleled reach across borders and language barriers, "Journalism 2.0" has the potential to influence and educate citizens in a way that governments and corporate media moguls would never permit. Of the hundreds of trends we have forecast over three decades, few have the possibility of such far-reaching effects....

8. Cyberwars
Just a decade ago, when the digital age was blooming and hackers were looked upon as annoying geeks, we forecast that the intrinsic fragility of the Internet and the vulnerability of the data it carried made it ripe for cyber-crime and cyber-warfare to flourish. In 2010, every major government acknowledged that Cyberwar was a clear and present danger and, in fact, had already begun. The demonstrable effects of Cyberwar and its companion, Cybercrime, are already significant - and will come of age in 2011. Equally disruptive will be the harsh measures taken by global governments to control free access to the web, identify its users, and literally shut down computers that it considers a threat to national security....

9. Youth of the World Unite
University degrees in hand yet out of work, in debt and with no prospects on the horizon, feeling betrayed and angry, forced to live back at home, young adults and 20-somethings are mad as hell, and they're not going to take it anymore. Filled with vigor, rife with passion, but not mature enough to control their impulses, the confrontations they engage in will often escalate disproportionately. Government efforts to exert control and return the youth to quiet complacency will be ham-fisted and ineffectual. The Revolution will be televised ... blogged, YouTubed, Twittered and....

10. End of The World!
The closer we get to 2012, the louder the calls will be that the "End is Near!" There have always been sects, at any time in history, that saw signs and portents proving the end of the world was imminent. But 2012 seems to hold a special meaning across a wide segment of "End-time" believers. Among the Armageddonites, the actual end of the world and annihilation of the Earth in 2012 is a matter of certainty. Even the rational and informed that carefully follow the news of never-ending global crises, may sometimes feel the world is in a perilous state. Both streams of thought are leading many to reevaluate their chances for personal survival, be it in heaven or on earth....

December 18, 2010


I find number six the most interesting, he say's they will be releasing info on new sources of energy, through his institute in two weeks. We all must realise that the current alternative energy sources are useless, so hopefully they have something here.

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I find number six the most interesting, he say's they will be releasing info on new sources of energy, through his institute in two weeks. We all must realise that the current alternative energy sources are useless, so hopefully they have something here.

Unless they've cracked fusion technology, I wouldn't bet on it. I'd agree with all his other points.

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working to create devices that liberate more energy than they consume.

We can chuck out the laws of thermodynamics, brilliant!

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I too find no 6 most interesting. Particularly as I spent Xmas up a snow-covered mountain in the middle of Europe with a team working on precisely this kind of stuff.

As a classically-trained BSc scientist I've been amazed at what is out there now - and I would agree with Celente that 2011 is when this stuff gets real - if maybe not yet mainstream.

This has real implications for the financial world as all of money is based on oil - once oil is superseded by much better stuff - the changes will be huge - HPC?

For a taster download the compilation: http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/PJKBook.html

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I am waiting for infinite land technology. Yes, create new land in subspace or in new dimensions incorporating transdimensional gateways. This will bring down house prices. New postcodes would need to be invented E.g.

SW1A 2AA becomes

SW1A 2AA D4537

D=dimension, followed by which dimension it is in.

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Understanding Zero Point Energy

© 1999 Thomas Valone, M.A., P.E.

Integrity Research Institute, 1220 L Street NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC 20005, 800-295-7674

Introduction

For the first time in history, a lot of media attention is being paid to the sea of energy that pervades all of space. It just happens to be the biggest sea of energy that is known to exist and we’re floating inside it. (Credit due to The Sea of Energy by T. Henry Moray for the idea.) Not only is it big but its energy is estimated to exceed nuclear energy densities, so even a small piece of it is worth its weight in gold. What is it? Many people are not sure what "zero point energy" (ZPE) is. Most agree that virtual particle fluctuation contributes to it and van der Waals forces don’t explain everything. Does it offer a source of unlimited, free energy for homes, cars, and space travel? Depending on who we talk to, ZPE can do everything and ZPE can do nothing useful. How can the energy be converted to a usable form? What are the basic explanations of ZPE and the new discoveries, which have rocked the U.S. Patent Office, Physical Review Letters, Science, Scientific American, and the New York Times? Why is ZPE implicated in the latest confirmation of cosmological antigravity? Can the Casimir effect be a source of energy? This article is intended to give a review of the latest developments (as well as an introduction to the topic for those who are non-specialists).

The Casimir Effect

Zero point energy has been called "the ultimate quantum free lunch" (Science, Vol. 275, 1/10/97). During the early years of quantum mechanics, Paul Dirac theorized that the vacuum was actually filled with particles in negative energy states (Proc. R. Soc. London A, 126, 360, 1930) thus giving rise to the concept of the "physical vacuum" which is not empty at all. Quantum mechanics also predicted that invisible particles could become materialized for a short time and that these virtual particle appearances should exert a force that is measurable. Hendrik B. G. Casimir (Phys. Rev. 73, 360, 1948) not only predicted the presence of such a force but also explained why van der Waals forces dropped off unexpectedly at long range separation between atoms, predicting that force F=K/d4 where K=p hc/480. Though the Casimir effect subsequently was verified using non-conductive plates, there was always a scientific need for a verification of the Casimir force using conductive plates based on Casimir's 1948 paper. For the first time, Dr. Lamoreaux, now at the Los Alamos Labs, performed the experiment with less than one micrometer (micron) spacing between gold-plated parallel plates attached to a torsion pendulum (Phys. Rev. Ltrs., 78, 1, 97). In retrospect, he found it to one of the most intellectually satisfying experiments that he ever performed since the results matched the theory so closely (within 5%).

The Casimir effect has been posited as a force produced solely by activity in the vacuum. The Casimir force is also very powerful at small distances. Besides being independent of temperature, it is inversely proportional to the fourth power of the distance between the plates! Therefore, as the plates are brought closer, the virtual particles outside the plates increasingly overpower the decreasing quantity of virtual particles appearing between the plates with an exponentially increasing force. (Also notable is the fact that its frequency dependence is a third power and the force can be altered with dielectrics or resonate with narrow-band mirrors—see Phys. Lett. A 225, 1997, 188-194.) Lamoreaux's results come as no surprise to anyone familiar with quantum electrodynamics (QED), but they serve as a material confirmation of an unusual theoretical prediction that QED predicts the all-pervading vacuum continuously spawns particles and waves that spontaneously pop in and out of existence. Their time of existence is strictly limited by the uncertainty principle but they create some havoc while they bounce around during their brief lifespan. The churning quantum foam extends throughout the universe even filling the empty space within the atoms. A diagram showing "The Shape of Nothing" (The New York Times 1/21/97) is pictured to be not only subatomic but subelementary particle in size. Physical theories predict that on an infinitesimally small scale, far, far smaller than the diameter of atomic nucleus, quantum fluctuations produce a foam of erupting and collapsing, virtual particles, visualized as a topographic distortion of the fabric of space time.

Another implication for free energy from ZPE comes from the fact that Casimir also mentioned a three-dimensional volume effect (Physica XIX, 1956, 846). This has recently been used with the relativistic stress-energy tensor to analyze the quantum electromagnetic field inside any given volume. With a "relatively" simple calculation it has been shown that as the electron density increases due to gravitational compression, there is an energy creation. "The energy output produced by the Casimir effect during the creation of a neutron star turns out to be sufficient to explain nova and supernova explosions" (Sokolov, Phys. Lett. A, 223, 1996, 163-166).

The New Scientist (July 1987, "Why Atoms Don't Collapse") gives an impressive endorsement of the importance of ZPE:

"There is a dynamic equilibrium in which the zero-point energy stabilises the electron in a set ground-state orbit. It seems that the very stability of matter itself appears to depend on an underlying sea of electromagnetic zero-point energy."

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I too find no 6 most interesting. Particularly as I spent Xmas up a snow-covered mountain in the middle of Europe with a team working on precisely this kind of stuff.

As a classically-trained BSc scientist I've been amazed at what is out there now - and I would agree with Celente that 2011 is when this stuff gets real - if maybe not yet mainstream.

This has real implications for the financial world as all of money is based on oil - once oil is superseded by much better stuff - the changes will be huge - HPC?

For a taster download the compilation: http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/PJKBook.html

Can you tell us some more?

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Unless they've cracked fusion technology, I wouldn't bet on it. I'd agree with all his other points.

Well it certainly won't be hot-fusion technology.

A good mate of mine (Cambridge Mech Eng) works for the ITER project which is building the world's first nuclear-fusion reactor in Cadarache, Rhone-Valley France - he says that all of the techies know that the tjing will not be working in their lifetime - irrespective of the billions the thing swallows and whatever the bureaucrats think.

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working to create devices that liberate more energy than they consume.

We can chuck out the laws of thermodynamics, brilliant!

Why? All power stations currently do this.

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Well it certainly won't be hot-fusion technology.

A good mate of mine (Cambridge Mech Eng) works for the ITER project which is building the world's first nuclear-fusion reactor in Cadarache, Rhone-Valley France - he says that all of the techies know that the tjing will not be working in their lifetime - irrespective of the billions the thing swallows and whatever the bureaucrats think.

I've heard talk of this, its jointly funded by many different countries right, and they don't call it cold fusion because that makes people titter.

Small minded flat Earthers.

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I agree with most of his trends but I disagree with his doomsday tone. Perhaps it chimes better with the depression of a declining superpower. I particularly think his predictions of crime waves and curbs on liberty are not so applicable to the UK, although quite imaginable for the US. I prefer to take a more optimistic view because I believe the UK can and must change its mindset quickly to one that is more sustainable. At least we are ahead of the US, where bloated, unsustainable lifestyles are long entrenched. I saw recently that the current model of New York cab does 15 mpg :rolleyes: . Einstein once said that "Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them,"

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I agree with most of his trends but I disagree with his doomsday tone. Perhaps it chimes better with the depression of a declining superpower. I particularly think his predictions of crime waves and curbs on liberty are not so applicable to the UK, although quite imaginable for the US. I prefer to take a more optimistic view because I believe the UK can and must change its mindset quickly to one that is more sustainable. At least we are ahead of the US, where bloated, unsustainable lifestyles are long entrenched. I saw recently that the current model of New York cab does 15 mpg :rolleyes: . Einstein once said that "Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them,"

He dosen't believe in doomsday, he thinks that people as the situation gets worse, will start to believe in it.

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I've heard talk of this, its jointly funded by many different countries right, and they don't call it cold fusion because that makes people titter.

Small minded flat Earthers.

They don't call it cold fusion because it's hot fusion - same as the way the sun creates its energy - the core is in a magnetic "bottle" built to withstand the very high temperatures required for the fusion reaction to start - the theory looks ok but the practicalities are daunting.

Yes it's funded by the EU, US, Russia, Japan etc as no country can afford the huge cost of pouring billions of dollars into that hole in the ground in France.

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Well it certainly won't be hot-fusion technology.

A good mate of mine (Cambridge Mech Eng) works for the ITER project which is building the world's first nuclear-fusion reactor in Cadarache, Rhone-Valley France - he says that all of the techies know that the tjing will not be working in their lifetime - irrespective of the billions the thing swallows and whatever the bureaucrats think.

So what is going to work :rolleyes:

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Well it certainly won't be hot-fusion technology.

A good mate of mine (Cambridge Mech Eng) works for the ITER project which is building the world's first nuclear-fusion reactor in Cadarache, Rhone-Valley France - he says that all of the techies know that the tjing will not be working in their lifetime - irrespective of the billions the thing swallows and whatever the bureaucrats think.

Depends, if we have a war maybe the technology will be accelerated somehow?

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I too find no 6 most interesting. Particularly as I spent Xmas up a snow-covered mountain in the middle of Europe with a team working on precisely this kind of stuff.

As a classically-trained BSc scientist I've been amazed at what is out there now - and I would agree with Celente that 2011 is when this stuff gets real - if maybe not yet mainstream.

This has real implications for the financial world as all of money is based on oil - once oil is superseded by much better stuff - the changes will be huge - HPC?

For a taster download the compilation: http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/PJKBook.html

Cheers for this, I have a friend who will adore this and who will give building one a go.

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I too find no 6 most interesting. Particularly as I spent Xmas up a snow-covered mountain in the middle of Europe with a team working on precisely this kind of stuff.

As a classically-trained BSc scientist I've been amazed at what is out there now - and I would agree with Celente that 2011 is when this stuff gets real - if maybe not yet mainstream.

This has real implications for the financial world as all of money is based on oil - once oil is superseded by much better stuff - the changes will be huge - HPC?

For a taster download the compilation: http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/PJKBook.html

Which one is the most practical to build at home?

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I too find no 6 most interesting. Particularly as I spent Xmas up a snow-covered mountain in the middle of Europe with a team working on precisely this kind of stuff.

As a classically-trained BSc scientist I've been amazed at what is out there now - and I would agree with Celente that 2011 is when this stuff gets real - if maybe not yet mainstream.

This has real implications for the financial world as all of money is based on oil - once oil is superseded by much better stuff - the changes will be huge - HPC?

For a taster download the compilation: http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/PJKBook.html

I've always found Besslers wheel interesting

http://www.spartechsoftware.com/dimensions/mystical/orffyreus.htm

http://www.besslerwheel.com/accounts.html

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