The Difference Between Those Who Hate And Those Who Create

WHICH COUNTRY SHOULD WE SUPPORT? AND WHICH COUNTRIES SHOULD WE NOT?

The following appeared as an Article in the English language Israeli Ha’Aretz Newspaper’s Web Site on October 6, 2009:

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1119191.html.

Israel is the country that is seen by most of the world in equivalence to its Arab neighbors and WORSE – Somehow equivalent to the so-called Palestinians who teach and preach hatred of Modernity, Democracy, Jews and Israel.

I won’t even begin to list Israel’s accomplishments because they are indeed far too many to mention, unlike the bogus Islamic accomplishments the Lord Obama tried to con the planet about during his shameful address to the Moslem world from Cairo.

Read the following article and ask yourself:

WHICH COUNTRY SHOULD WE SUPPORT? AND WHICH COUNTRIES SHOULD WE NOT?

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Israeli scientists use car traffic to generate electricity.

By Avi Bar-El, TheMarker

An Israeli company has developed a method of generating electricity from road traffic, and Israel may look to implement the system on the nation’s highways.

The system works by using generators implanted in the asphalt that create energy when cars drive over them. Each generator produces 2,000 watts per hour, which is stored in batteries along the side of the road.

The technology was developed by the Israeli firm Innowattech, with the cooperation of the Technion University.

A trial of the system was performed on Tuesday morning, along a 10-meter stretch of asphalt on Highway 4. The experiment was viewed as a success, with passing cars providing the power for streetlights set up next to the 10-meter strip.

The manager of the project, Dr. Lucy Edri-Azoulay, said that the generators on Highway 4 were planted 2 inches below the top level of asphalt, and use the weight of cars driving on top of them to generate electricity.

Edri-Azoulay explained that the technology driving the system is based on Piezoelectric materials, which generate electricity in response to applied mechanical stress.

Edri-Azoulay stated that installing the program on a single traffic lane stretching one kilometer would produce 200 kilowatts of electricity per hour and a four-lane highway with the system implemented would produce a megawatt of electricity every hour, enough to power 2,500 households.

Edri-Azoulay also stated that the system could be used to power electrical installations along the road, providing power for traffic lights, cameras, and streetlights to name a few.

The system would not be dependent on weather and does not require the construction of large-scale infrastructure.

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It’s real easy to hate Jews and Israel. But, it’s an entirely different thing to explain why without sounding like and idiot or an outright anti-Semite.

If there were Nobel Prizes for brainwashing children, teaching suicide murder techniques, bomb building, despotism, demagoguery, misogyny, and living off the purse of the world, no other nation or people other than Middle East Arabs and Moslems would need apply.

It is indeed possible that this Israeli technology could very well change the way we produce energy and the cost thereof. There are other incredible non polluting 100% renewable energy generators developed in Israel that are actually changing the way energy is produced right now.

It is fascinating that the LEFTISTS and their GREENIE buddies are amongst the most vile and aggressive Israel HATERS, since there is no country on the planet that is more conscientious of energy efficiencies than Israel.

When I was in Israel, particularly in Jerusalem, I noticed that every roof had Barrels with Solar Panels nearby. Some of the roofs had just one, while most had many. Out of curiosity, I asked my guide what they were?

His answer to me was with a question: “How do you heat YOUR water?” How’s that for an answer?

By the way, if you want to forward this editorial, copy and print it, or call someone on your cell phone to tell him or her about it, chances are far better than not, that all of this will be done partly or in whole with Israeli technology.

I’ll present this question yet once again:

When it comes to Israel and her host of Arab/Moslem enemies:

WHICH COUNTRY SHOULD WE SUPPORT? AND WHICH COUNTRIES SHOULD WE NOT?

There is an 8-minute Internet Radio Broadcast associated with this editorial. To listen to it, simply click on the speaker ICON at the Top Right of this page that says PLAY.

Best Regards . . . Howard Galganov

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