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If one remembers my previous posts in this forum or other forums, this kind of fund raising has always been my favorite. The budget for this project could be severely reduced if one is ready to appropriate a location for this project temporarily, bigger than a garage! Also, if I could borrow some tools from a company or lab, that would be great, compared to buying them.

I am not comfortable if somebody orders me what to do, but similar to my current part-time job as an insurance agent, I like to be responsible to a group of people, I am quite committed for this kind of job.

Anyway, starting from this forum could be nice, when I don’t have a mood, I suffice to refer the people who email me to read all this topic, I know it's not easy regarding the involved links.

Regarding the gross economical sanctions against the Iranian government and our problems in foreign policies, it’s quite clear I can't do anything publicly as long as I'm here. However, I've adjusted my life with this assumption that I'll live here for a long time and will develop the theoretical part of the project, so slowly. I'm used to live like this, but if I'd face a proper opportunity like this kind of fund raising, I'll consider going abroad seriously. To be reasonable, I would suggest the date of starting within the next 2 years, but if people would do it sooner, I'd start sooner as well. I'm thinking to explain all these matters in a video and consulting with people in here, especially DrBubb. If people would have a positive viewpoint towards my plan, we could develop it, then send it to that website, otherwise, I'll keep thinking on next decades in Iran. Obviously I need a friend who accepts the financial issues, probably in the U.S, because since Iran is removed from the global financial system, I can't receive even one penny.

Indeed, GEI can be an interesting platform for KickStarter projects. I care about my own project mostly, but I posted the news with the hope of usefulness for other members and viewers. We can cooperate to launch the spacewarp project, I prefer an English-speaking country, but the biggest obstacles are the legal issues. I'm not even sure that website would agree with publishing my idea on its domain. Although, I see that website just as a cool opportunity, if it would work, I'll achieve to my dream of doing actual work on spacewarp project, if not, I'll keep my faith in good events at the future.

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I posted this in my Diary, and it has generated some interest in the Kickstarter thread,

which I have now renamed: "Kickstarting a Wormhole - & Other smaller projects"

 

Can a GEI Poster become a Global film star ?

 

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Source / (Will MM try to make a documentary film ?):

 

http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com/index.php?showtopic=16649

 

What do GEI's two Science Advisors think of his project ?

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MM / I found someone "on the same wavelength" as you, when it comes to Building & Using Wormhole :

 

Let's look at the possible uses, starting with direct travel.

 

To ship a wormhole, assuming it's low-mass, we can attach a rocket to its cage and fire it off - just about any rocket will do, then we can pipe propellant to it via the wormhole. To push a wormhole/rocket combination weighing 1 ton to near lightspeed would take ~ 100,000 tons of propellant - assuming we're using a steam rocket with 3 km/s exhaust velocity. That water is a lake a hectare in area and ten metres deep. A cubic kilometre of water lets us move ~ 10,000 tons, or 10,000 wormholes. That's enough wormholes for roughly every star within ~ 94 light-years, which would be reached in ~ 127 years at the latest. In about ~ 110,000 years every star in the Galaxy could be linked up via wormhole. Using merely Earth's water - which we wouldn't - the job would be done with just ~ 0.74% of the total.

 

Assuming a 10 gee rocket we could send a wormhole to Pluto in ~ 5 days. If wormhole maintenance costs are low enough, then we could profitably ship frozen nitrogen and methane from its surface. We could mine hydrogen clathrate from Sedna or some other Inner Oort Cloud object. Or suspend a wormhole mouth via a balloon and funnel hydrogen/helium direct from the Jovians, petrochemicals from Titan's lakes, raw sunlight from Mercury, or - assuming advanced reflective materials - pipe intense sunlight straight from the photosphere of the Sun.

 

Assuming a wormhole stable against the conditions we could send them into the core of the Sun to cause mixing between the Core and the outer layers, thus increasing the Sun's remaining lifespan 10-fold. The process would take ~ millions of years because the inner regions are very dense, but we're talking billions of years anyway.

 

/more-Graal, from Brisbane :

http://www.newmars.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=5816

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DonyLee offers up the Mathematics for a Wormhole

 

 

He says:

Time travel is possible in mathematics! Hope you enjoy the 2-part video.

 

Check out www.gaussianmath.com for a more indepth explanation and other interesting topics in mathematics.

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You will enjoy this, MM

 

AMAZING Demo of a working Wormhole ... time travel ?

 

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MM / I found someone "on the same wavelength" as you, when it comes to Building & Using Wormhole :

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/more-Graal, from Brisbane :

http://www.newmars.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=5816

Thanks for mentioning that post. Indeed, this deals with the wormhole technology in an engineering point of view for some applications inside the solar system or even the Milky Way galaxy. I made a brief reply to that post:

http://www.newmars.com/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=105102#p105102

Although, I still don't know how he reached to those numbers.

 

In comparison with the aviation industry, we try to prove the concept of flight and make a prototype airplane. The A-380 and F-35, the most advanced planes in their class would come later.

I've been in numerous forums and several of their posts were really innovative.

 

DonyLee offers up the Mathematics for a Wormhole

 

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He says:

Time travel is possible in mathematics! Hope you enjoy the 2-part video.

 

Check out www.gaussianmath.com for a more indepth explanation and other interesting topics in mathematics.

I liked his style of teaching math, but I didn't understand his equations and their relations with wormholes. That would be nice if he releases the part #2 of that video. Recently, I received a phrase as part of an email from a friend, Todd, that is quite valuable:

 

"The difference between Math, Physics and Engineering: In mathematics anything is possible, in physics there are laws to obey, and in engineering, it must be practical to be achievable."

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You will enjoy this, MM

 

I've watched it before, but thanks, it's a cool & funny demonstration!

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MM,

This project makes your Wormhole look easy:

 

 

US firm announced an ambitious project to build a lunar space elevator that could transport both robots and humans using an existing technology, in less than a decade. Fundraising efforts are already underway

 

A wormhole might be easier and cheaper to build and use than a Space Elevator

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You're right. Sometimes, I feel making a wormhole is messing with laws of nature and maybe it will not lead to a good end. I feel the same about this project, I guess the nature forces would make a disastrous shame out of this project, let me not enter into the technical details.

According to traditional ethics, it is not moral for me to say shift the fund of that project to my project. I am afraid many people would interpret it as a reason of jealousy. However, I predict many moments will be wasted, many lives will be lost and many capitals will be destroyed, then majority of people would find out the value of spacewarp transportation.

I understand groups of experts have devoted much of their professional lives on similar projects and surely they have caused and would cause some technological achievements, but the final goal of transporting has to be FTL travels, not anything less than that.

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Fortunately, some people have started to find out going away from simple-linear patterns makes the life sweeter. The next step, better be focusing on wormhole-based models and how to produce the needed energy in the first place. It takes time, but it will happen! ;)

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Related news:

http://www.icarusinterstellar.org/daydreaming-beyond-the-solar-system-with-warp-field-mechanics/

NASA data:

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=20110023492

http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20110023492_2011024705.pdf

Reflection:

http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/sci/nasa-working-warp-drive-technology.html

http://gizmodo.com/5942634/nasa-starts-development-of-real-life-star-trek-warp-drive

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So, I released four videos so far, and you can consider them as the initial steps of a long way.

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My videos were mentioned in these threads:

Build your own Wormhole? Mr Mansouryar plans to do so, and here … Also, the video #01 was added to this page

BTW, at page 192 of this book, I was named, but it's just a tiny hint …

Moreover, this is a related project:

http://www.kickstart...ar-trek-physics

Oh wait! It's about writing a book, not an actual experiment as I aim!

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As I told in the fourth video, fortunately the private sector is rather active in this field and I found some interesting examples:

1) http://www.i4is.org/ that I liked this part more: http://www.i4is.org/proj_casimir.html

2) http://globalbem.com

3) http://www.buildtheenterprise.org/ (having nice images!)

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An interesting blog post: http://friendofsophi...that-gnaws.html

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For a country where faces such events, considering radical solutions could be significant, so let me repeat an old post, because of the sandy! ... at least it makes sense for them because of involved costs ...

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Can Bill Gates stop hurricanes? Scientists doubt it

 

By Ayesha Tejpar

 

(CNN) -- Hurricane experts are throwing cold water on an idea backed by billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates aimed at controlling the weather. Gates and a dozen other scientists have raised eyebrows by submitting patent applications for a technology to reduce the danger of approaching hurricanes by cooling ocean temperatures. It's a noble idea, given the horrible memories from Hurricane Katrina, which slammed into the Gulf Coast four years ago this week. The storm, which rated a frightening Category 3 when it made landfall in Louisiana, was blamed for $81 billion in damaged and destroyed property and the deaths of more than 1,800 men, women and children. Skeptics applaud the motive of the concept but question its feasibility. "The enormity of it, in order to do something effective, we'd have to do something at a scale that humans have never really done before," said Gabriel Vecchi, a research scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. How exactly would this hurricane-zapping technology work? Hurricanes are fueled by warm water, and cooling the waters surrounding a storm would slow a storm's momentum. According to the patents, many tub-like barges would be placed directly in the path of an oncoming storm. Each barge would have two conduits, each 500 feet long. One conduit would push the warm water from the ocean's surface down. The other would bring up cold water where it lies deep undersea. World renowned hurricane expert William Gray, who's been studying and predicting the storms for a half-century, also doubts whether the proposal would work. "The problem is the storms come up so rapidly," said Gray, a professor of atmospheric science at Colorado State University. "You only get two to three days warning. It's very difficult to bring up enough cold water in two to three days to have much effect." The idea itself isn't groundbreaking, according to Gray, who said it could only be feasible if the barges were put into place at the beginning of hurricane season with the idea that storms will come. "But you might do all that, and perhaps no storms would come. That's an economic problem," Gray said. Even if the technology does work, Gray said it won't completely halt a hurricane. "There is no way to stop it. The storm might weaken in the center, but the outer areas wouldn't be affected much." And flooding and storm surges are determined by these outer winds, Gray said. When word of Gates' five patent applications first made headlines in July, alarmed bloggers lit up the Internet, expressing fears that playing with ocean temperatures could lead to catastrophe, possibly forcing a storm in a different direction. That's not likely, said Kerry Emanuel, a professor in atmospheric sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "You're doing something to the ocean that the hurricane would have done anyway," Emanuel said. Cold water that churns up during a storm slows down a hurricane naturally. But the coldest water is usually at the rear of the storm, so sometimes it's too late to weaken [the storm], Emanuel said. "The key is doing it a little sooner than the storm itself does it and make [the hurricane] weaker than it would have been," he said. "There are enough experiments to find out whether hurricanes' natural cooling could steer the storm in a different location, and the answer is no, or it's a very small chance." While Emanuel believes the physics are conceivable, he says the cost of implementing the system shouldn't outweigh the benefit. "This would only be practical if the amount [of money] you spend doing this would be less than the damage caused by the hurricane," Emanuel said. Gates and scientist Ken Caldeira, both listed as inventors on the patents, did not respond to CNN's requests to comment about their venture. The patents, which were only made public last month by the U.S. Patent and Trade Office, were filed in January by Searete LLC. The company is a subsidiary of Intellectual Ventures, an invention firm run by Microsoft's former chief technology officer Nathan Myhrvold. A spokeswoman for Intellectual Ventures, which holds about 27,000 technology patents, didn't elaborate on the cost associated with the patent. "At this point, there are no plans for deployment, so there is no talk of funding," she said, adding that it could take up to 18 months for the patent application to be approved. Regardless, inventors say that this technology is not something they'll be rushing to use anytime soon. "This type of technology is not something humankind would use as a 'Plan A' or 'Plan B,'" Paul "Pablos" Holman, an inventor in the Intellectual Ventures laboratory, wrote on the company blog. "These inventions are a 'Plan C,' where humans decide that we've exhausted all our behavior changing and alternative energy options and need to rely on mitigation technologies. If our planet is in this severe situation, then our belief is that we should not be starting from scratch at investigating mitigation options." Hurricane expert Gray agrees. "I don't think this is anything that's going to be done in the next few decades in a practical sense, but maybe further down the line," Gray said. "I would love to see Bill Gates, with all his money, use some of it to experiment."

 

source: http://www.cnn.com/2...ref=mpstoryview

 

 

Look at the bold red terms; the exact problems which spacewarp physics could solve. Integrating those ideas might (give contributions to) upgrade us to a Type I civilization of Kardashev scale.

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An old interview of mine reported by a blogger recently:

http://www.tonytopping.com/2012/12/10/iranian-physicist-seeks-star-trek-technology/

I wanted to say it earlier, but I didn't find the occasion …

BTW, this new published book seems interesting:

https://www.springer.com/engineering/mechanical+engineering/book/978-1-4614-5622-3

This was brought up in a circle of interested guys to similar topics and someone commented that is not so useful in his opinion, but I'd like to take a look at it later.

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Hey MM out of interest do you ever worry about the Americians / Israeli's - cannot think they would like you making progress...

 

Or extremists in your own country ? - Please correct me if I am wrong on this.

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You want a more pleasant and more interesting world, via realizing a wormhole?

 

1) Yes; so support my project please.

 

2) No; so why should I answer the asked questions above?

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You want a more pleasant and more interesting world, via realizing a wormhole?

 

1) Yes; so support my project please.

 

2) No; so why should I answer the asked questions above?

 

Yes

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Thank you littledavesab for your answer. So please wait a few weeks to see my published project (campaign). Also, I would be at your service as you've known me for years in this forum. I do my best and I promise it in public by writing my words in here. Let us be hopeful. :)

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There is not new technical information in these links (to me), but someone might find them interesting to look and hear. I guess it is a right thing to do to post new stuffs time to time to keep this subject alive in your attention:

 

… trying g-man, avoiding to give real info on negative energy, ahhhh …

http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2013-03/warp-factor

 

… a talk by Richard Obousy, Eric Davis and Sonny white

http://archived.thespaceshow.com/shows/1923-BWB-2013-01-04.mp3 (49.4 MB, 90 minutes)

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Hi Mansouryar, what do you make of this? (A story on RT)

 

http://rt.com/news/i...prediction-692/

 

"Iranian ‘time machine’ can ‘predict’ oil prices and wars

 

 

An Iranian inventor claims to have created a ‘time machine’ that can predict a person’s future. He boasts that the device is relatively cheap, but says he has not built one yet because he fears that the Chinese will steal his idea.

 

Ali Razeghi, 27, has submitted his invention to the state-run Centre for Strategic Inventions for registration.

 

The device is called “The Aryayek Time Traveling Machine,” FARS news agency reported. Razeghi said he worked on his creation for the last 10 years, resulting in a desktop-computer-sized machine that can "predict five to eight years of the future life of any individual, with 98 percent accuracy."

 

The man, who has 179 other inventions under his belt, eyes governmental applications for his prediction device with uses both civilian and military.

 

"Naturally a government that can see five years into the future would be able to prepare itself for challenges that might destabilize it," he explained. "As such we expect to market this invention among states as well as individuals once we reach a mass-production stage."

 

Razeghi also claimed to have beaten competitors working on similar devices: “The Americans are trying to make this invention by spending millions of dollars on it where I have already achieved it by a fraction of the cost."

 

He added that he is concerned about industrial espionage, as other nations will be eager to learn his secrets. "The reason that we are not launching our prototype at this stage is that the Chinese will steal the idea and produce it in millions overnight," he said.

 

The news has intruguied the English-language media. However, as the story went viral, the Fars news story became unavaliable as the link now shows an error page.

 

Predicting the future, even on relatively narrow issues, is a notoriously complex task. It usually requires creating an accurate computer model of a system that takes into account numerous factors, and often requires plenty of computational power. Predicting a future event in its entirety is virtually impossible with existing technology."

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MORE - on the same story

 

( A Time Travel related story has turned up in the Mainstream press ):

 

Iran: No, We Don't Have a 'Time Machine'

By Lee Ferran | ABC News – Fri, Apr 12, 2013

 

In a shocking revelation that's sure to disappoint "Back to the Future" fans around the globe, an Iranian official has been forced to deny that an inventor from the Islamic nation has registered a "time machine" with the state.

 

"Making scientific claims is free for all, but registration of these claims as inventions should undergo certain legal stages based on scientific proofs and evidence," Iran's Deputy Minister of Science, Research and Technology Mohammad Mehdinejad Nouri said today, according to Iran's semi-officialFars News Agency. "Such a claim has not been registered in Iran's State Organization for Registration for Strategic Inventions."

 

Nouri's announcement in Fars - also reported by Iran's PressTV - came days after Fars ran a bizarre story in which 27-year-old Iranian inventor Ali Razeqi reportedly claimed to have registered the "Aryayek Time Traveling Machine." The young man's definition of "time travel" is a far reach fromMarty McFly's, however, as he said his device is only meant to allow the user to predict the "next five to eight years of the life of its users" with up to 98 percent accuracy.

 

"It will not take you into the future, it will bring the future to you," Razeqi said, according to today's Fars report. No flux capacitor here.

 

Razeqi's original story, which appeared on Fars' Farsi-language site, mysteriously vanished from the web Thursday, according to The Washington Post, but not before it gained a curious following on social media and with some skeptical Western news outlets - apparently enough to prompt Nouri's public response.

 

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/more: http://gma.yahoo.com...topstories.html

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An old interview of mine reported by a blogger recently:

http://www.tonytoppi...rek-technology/

I wanted to say it earlier, but I didn't find the occasion …

BTW, this new published book seems interesting:

https://www.springer...8-1-4614-5622-3

This was brought up in a circle of interested guys to similar topics and someone commented that is not so useful in his opinion, but I'd like to take a look at it later.

 

That interview link doesn't work but I found another - http://www.starpod.us/2006/09/30/starstream-research-interviews-iranian-physicist-mohammad-mansouryar/#.UWnAGz7E2Ac

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PositiveDeviant, I just saw your last post, yes, that interview is the same.

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Hi PositiveDeviant & DrBubb,

 

You know my opinion on such kind of news as I told earlier on that Keshe guy, so why do you question again?

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My comments on this story: 1. An absolute nothing, 2. A pathetic nothing, 3. A ridiculous nothing. One can choose any of these terms.

 

As a matter of fact, our known world is too boring for a lot of people, so they care about some matters that are pretty extraordinary such as UFOs, paranormal activities, … I have my opinions on such matters and you have yours. As you know, my attempt is considering possible ways of traveling to the outer space by novel technologies, definitely spacewarp mechanisms.

 

On the other hand, some people are bored and angry by crackpots who their stupid claims have ridiculed the real science and value of scientists' efforts who have devoted their lives to make our world a better place, in practice, not merely in sweet dreams. Therefore, such kind of stories are cool for the public just for a few moments, and funny for the experts having happy (humorous) mood, and stupid for the experts having serious mood.

 

Moreover, if western media add the taste of collateral stuffs to such stories, they would seem more awesome in the eyes of westerners! About 60-70 years ago, it was more journalistic if the location of these stories was in Germany, during the cold war a similar story certainly had to be happened in Soviet Union or one of its allies. Nowadays, regarding the Bush statement on the member of axis of evil (& Iraq was pretty done), you cannot hear such kind of news from North Korea, that place is not open enough!, so is China & Syria; Russia is old news, other countries are friends or do not have the related potential … so where else would remain that its regime is stupid enough with stupid policies?

Look at me, look at my situation please. I don't want to even name my home country and I don't let anyone to judge me by that. It was not my decision to be born in there so I am not ashamed or proud of that. However, it is our people's fault for not improving their situation at inside, and making credit & trust for themselves to the outside.

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As I've stated in my blog, I am changing my location so please wait a few weeks, if not days, to see how I would present my campaign in a different country.

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Even I might need to temporarily live out of Iran for a while to be able to open a bank account or PayPal account.

Not only KickStarter, but there are some proper similar websites hosted at US, UK, and Canada.

 

The process of moving to Armenia is yet to be done. I’ve registered a company in there and the car campaign is going to be announced in there. The decision was made after some thought. The possibility of financial connection has been provided, for example people can send micropayment through this page:

 

https://flattr.com/profile/mansouryar

 

It seems I can receive them by Moneybookers.com, … however I plan to launch the car campaign at Indiegogo, hopefully several days later …

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BTW, I've reached to a cool idea for an internet, ICT-related business, mostly for the Asian markets after I encountered some issues to have access to regular financial tools as someone living in a part of Asia; if somebody likes to participate, contact me to speak ...

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Hi Mansouryar, I don't know if you have heard of Jacob Barnett, he is a 14 year old with an IQ of 170, he's currently studying for a masters degree in quantum physics and tipped as a future Nobel prize winner. Some people think he could be the next Einstein. I watched an interview he did on the Glenn Beck show and he said he thinks in 4 and 5 dimensions - it seems he has a great gift.

 

Time Travel

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmMghIiOQ10

 

A talk he gave at TED;

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uq-FOOQ1TpE

 

AFTER the Iranian one?

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AFTER the Iranian one?

 

Ignore the titles please. What I am concerned about – in a public level – is our survival. Read this very fresh news:

 

http://www.nydailyne...ticle-1.1341281

http://news.yahoo.co...-news-tech.html

 

That is a reason for my attempt to realize the green car plan. Therefore, I hope to experience a mutual loyalty & trust between me and my supporters. I want people would believe my message and we could give a contribution for the betterment of all. Time is passing and we need to do something … just some days closer to announce my campaign … let us be positive …

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