Sunday, May 14, 2017

The Invisible Man Versus Voodoo Science


 

 

The Green Machine has battled an unrelenting war against the military industrial congressional gubernatorial presidential 44 complex regarding Bloomdoggles and Voodoo Science.  Often it is like I am the invisible man who emails the thermodynamic transgressors only to be ignored.  I am actually fine with being shunned.  The thousands of pages of evidence against the operatives just keeps on mounting.

 I will be following another John Doerr Kleiner Perkins “green” company called Renmatix.  It looks like it too could be on the slippery slope toward oblivion.  Bill Gates has a habit of investing ten or fifteen million dollars at act four scene four of Khosla or Doerr Voodoo Science gangrene companies.  Bill is trying to prop up Renmatix. 


 Renmatix is interesting as it actually employs a former Governor of Pennsylvania as an officer.


 
Their technology is to use supercritical water to create fermentable sugars from cellulose. 

Doerr has now contributed over a million dollars to Obama presidential library. 


 
I contributed the equivalent of ten billion dollars of effort toward exposing operatives like Doerr and Khosla.  I am happy that I have never in my life contributed a single cent to any politician.  They all stink like Bloom’s hazardous solid waste and decoking effluent.  Actually one stinks worse than all of them.  He is Jared Huffman my worthless Congressman who is the father of the Bloomdoggles and Vooddoo Science.  Hold on maybe Barak Obama is worse than him but it is bloody close.

 H G Wells wrote about the Invisible Man in 1897 over 100 years ago.  William McKinley #25 was the president of the USA from March  4, 1897 till September 14, 1901



 

I wonder what H G Wells would write about the Voodoo Science of the Obama Administration?????

1 comment:

  1. Keep up the good work. Eventually science will prevail and this waste of billions on bioscience will stop.

    James H. Rust, professor of nuclear engineering (ret. GA Tech)

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