Sunday, November 29, 2009

Electricity from Gravity?

November 29th, 2009

The scientific field of Geomagnetics tells us that gravity is dependent on / a result of magnetism. Other branches of physics tell us that magnetism is evidence of the flow of electrons, or at least magnetic fields are generated as a result of traveling electrical fields/currents or something to that extent [and vice versa], regardless of permanent magnets and simplifying of course.

Therefore, can we conclude that electricity is present given the presence of any gravitational field? Is this a silly question? I mean….., am I just poorly read in this subject? Upon a cursory review of the matter, it would seem that no one else is asking this question and I am unsure as to why.

It would then seem to me that the earth is essentially a electrical generator of some sort. No doubt, on a massive scale. Geomagnetics...., here I come! :)

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Will Attorney General Holder and Treasury Secretary Geithner Hold the Federal Reserve System Accountable as Criminals?

November 18th, 2009

As reported yesterday evening on National Public Radio / KCRW 88.9 FM Radio Santa Monica California, during yesterday’s press conference addressing the launch of a new financial fraud taskforce U.S. Attorney General Holder and Treasury Secretary Geithner promised to hold legally accountable any financial/Wall Street–type individuals/criminals whose wrongful activities helped to mislead the nation to its current economic recession/depression. In light of the current weakness of the devalued dollar, one has to wonder if they plan to address the Federal Reserve System as criminals as well.

Arguably, the weakened state of the dollar could be considered as criminal. The weakened state of the dollar also could be the prime factor in much of the nation’s current financial mess. And, clearly there is no one entity to which blame can be assessed for the weakened state of the dollar other than the Federal Reserve System.

Given newspaper articles such as “Geithner calls for ‘strong’ dollar,” by Tom Petruno (and published in the November 12th 2009, Business Section of the Los Angeles Times), that speak of the Secretary’s superficial assurances to the financial markets of his moderately sincere desires to ‘maintain a strong dollar,’ will the Secretary and Attorney General then hold the Federal Reserve responsible [as criminals] for the current national economic recession/depression that could be easily attributed to the weakened value of the U.S. Dollar? Or, will the Federal Reserve System not be held accountable for its actions in devaluing the dollar [as part of the Fed’s likely and routine quest for arbitrage opportunities], a devaluation that has apparently occurred with the Federal government’s blessings? Many are surely aware of how the Fed often appears as exempt from the laws that apply to the rest of the nation’s citizens/cartels/corporations and its exemptions from such laws seems in a similar vein to how the Fed appears as potentially exempt from the nation’s Constitutional requirements as well. At a minimum, it would seem only logical that the nation's citizens should be more openly informed of actions and decisions taken by the privileged cartel that is known as the Federal Reserve System.

PS. “Obama Administration Launches Financial Fraud Task Force,” 11/17/2009, 3:38 PM ET, ( “In order to strengthen efforts to combat financial crime, the Obama administration announced Tuesday that is has established an interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. …..”

PSS. From the Hartford Courant ( article: “Despite facing pressure, Obama unlikely to push China too hard after Beijing signals shift,” by Martin Crutsinger, Novemer 15th, 2009, “…Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation finance meetings in Singapore last week, repeated his mantra that "it's very important to the United States that we have a strong dollar."....” (,0,4294864.story)

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Red Light Cameras, Open Letter to CBS 2 Los Angeles

November 9th, 2009

CBS 2 Television News Los Angeles,
I just now watched your interesting exposé on the red-light cameras and whether such helps to prevent motor-vehicle accidents or whether the devices are nothing more than revenue generating devices for the cities of our nation – as aired on your eleven o’clock nightly news. After being charged with a red-light camera violation which was subsequently dismissed, I also studied the red-light cameras. I determined that the red-light camera monitored intersections appeared to have the traffic lights timed so that when one approaches that intersection upon accelerating at a normal rate from the previous intersection (such as the red-light camera on La Brea Ave. north of Sunset Blvd or Santa Monica Blvd. – I cant remember which intersection it is), the light then turns yellow. Such then requires the vehicle that has been accelerating at a normal rate to either heavily apply the brakes or go on through the intersection and therefore likely have the camera take a picture for going through the yellow light which by then has turned red and, as such, is a moving violation. Given this example of tempting the driver to run the red/yellow light or unsafely and quickly decelerate to a stop prior to entering the intersection, clearly shows the unsafe situation created by these red-light cameras. Though it appears that cities such as Los Angeles are unconcerned by routinely creating these unsafe situations at city intersections and are more concerned with generating revenues from fines generated by these monitoring devices. Thanks for your time and your airing the interesting news story on these red-light cameras and how these devices actually are likely to cause an increase in motor-vehicle accidents. Please keep up the good work and let me know if I can be of any assistance in your future investigations.
Adam V. Trotter

PS. I will be posting this note to my blog at:

Cc: LA City Council Member Dennis P. Zine

An Afterthought: I should qualify this blog with the sentiment that I have not looked into this matter for sometime. Given the fact the City of Los Angeles has modified the stop-light sequencing of much of its ‘surface’ streets in an effort to benefit the flow of traffic through the city, my blog above may no longer be entirely accurate concerning the stated specifics of the red-light camera on La Brea Avenue. :)