TOO much time on Twitter….

In order to keep up with the almost illegal announcements of SunocoLogistics Mariner 1, 2, 3 Pipeline projects it has sent me to a forum where I can post information in a more timely manner. I am anxious to communicate with my fellow locals but when Enviro-Concern announcements are 2 hours before the meeting in rural areas. Please stay on top with the  facts  SUNOCO FALLS UNDER A SPIDER WEB OF NAMES AND IS NOW OFFERING A 5 cent OFF per gallon PR campaign. A small clip from the Bloserville Cumberland/Perry Pipeline awareness Meeting.

{Another landowner from Bloserville, Lenny Witmer, also expressed his anger over how Sunoco Logistics has been handling the situation. Even more so, Witmer could not help but wonder where the landowners’ local representatives and politicians were that he believes should be at the informative meetings supporting landowners.

“I’m really irritated with America, the politicians for one,” Witmer said, “The fact that those guys in Harrisburg or Washington, D.C., will bend over backwards for Sunoco, Wal-Mart, Kmart, you name it … but Lenny Witmer that lives in the middle of nowhere — they don’t care.”

Though, while the verdict is already out for many of the landowners when it comes to how they feel about the project, some remain skeptical about the overall outcome. Oscar Barrick, a resident of the Bloserville area, was present when Sunoco took over the Mariner East 1 pipeline that already runs through western Cumberland County. Barrick noted that he was unaware of any accidents that had occurred since the first pipeline had been built, but also added that the new pipeline was going to be “a lot bigger” than the residents think it is going to be, and that as of now, he is unsure how to feel about the entire subject.

For some, however, it is not the new pipeline that has residents concerned. The pipeline that currently exists, Mariner East 1, falls into the lower 4 percent of the oldest pipelines in the nation having been built in 1931. Sunoco said it has since refurbished some of the line, but the pipeline’s age still leaves Thorpe and company concerned about the safety of residents who already have the pipeline running through parts of their property. Thorpe noted that while she is not completely against the pipeline projects, she added that the biggest issue for her is the fight for safer regulations for the existing and potentially new pipeline that could be making its way into the area.

As of now, nothing is set in stone as to whether or not the pipeline will actually be constructed. However, Thorpe noted that the process has been proposed and that the wheels are in motion to get the new pipeline underway.

Thorpe and Van Fleet will host another information meeting for the public within the next two weeks.}

Again the next meeting was is Lebanon County where they have faced the least opposition and least educated landowners in Central PA.

How many were informed of the “Quentin Firehall ” community meeting on the 16th??? I encourage everyone to follow our FB awareness group and a daily follow of @frackFreeFarm on twitter to make sure you are not fooled by their campaign and PR actions. Obviously local officials are NOT on your side!!!!!!54d2f283eb98b.image

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  1. pystil
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    pystil – February 14, 2015 11:36 am
    Well you can’t expect Wolf to show up but Bloom and state senator should have been there. Some how we need to have pathways for power lines, gas/ oil lines and rail lines. The logical place would be parallel to interstate highways.
  2. gungun
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    gungun – February 13, 2015 9:52 pm
    both Gov Wolfe and STEVE BLOOM were invited, no response from either, so much for our officials

Westmoreland, Washington, Mckean ,Jefferson, Armstrong, Clarion, Bradford and Susquehanna PA Counties receiving Violations this WEEK!

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SLT PRODUCTION LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Sheffield Twp Township
ARG RESOURCES INC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Highland Twp Township
TRIMONT ENERGY LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Harmony Twp Township
2014-05-21
WV Plugging Permits Issued to Consolidation Coal Company in Marion County
WV Plugging Permits Issued to Consolidation Coal Company in Marion County
TRIMONT ENERGY LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Harmony Twp Township
LENDRUM ENERGY LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Harmony Twp Township
2014-05-20
AIELLO BROS OIL & GAS INC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Hamilton Twp Township
VANTAGE ENERGY APPALACHIA II LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Center Twp Township
UNIVERSAL RESOURCES HOLDINGS INC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Sugar Grove Twp Township
R & N RESOURCES LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Conewango Twp Township
CHIEF OIL & GAS LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Auburn Twp Township
2014-05-16
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in North Strabane Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Center Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Center Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Center Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Center Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Center Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Center Twp Township
2014-05-15
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Somerset Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Somerset Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Smith Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Robinson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Robinson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Robinson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Robinson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in East Finley Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in East Finley Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in East Finley Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Buffalo Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Jackson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Findlay Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Findlay Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Findlay Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Findlay Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Findlay Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Fawn Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Troy Twp Township
PA Permit Violation Issued to Chesapeake Appalachia Llc in Terry Twp, Bradford County
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gibson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gibson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gibson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gibson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gibson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gibson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gibson Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Rome Twp Township
PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Albany Twp Township
2014-05-10
CNX GAS CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Morris Twp Township
CNX GAS CO LLC Reports Drilling Started (SPUD) in Morris Twp Township

though The counties listed above were only places that suffered Fracking Violations, it did not stop the other 100 permitted and started this week. FFF

One of the reasons why we need a Revolution

In 1999, a series of laws /reforms went into effect essentially giving the financial world total control not only over your property, what is under your property, the companies that produce what is under your property, the pipelines to ship what ever they find, the trucks to transport it, the tankers to hold it off shore and sell it back to the USA (aka you) when it is most or least needed at a premium or send it China if they don’t think they will not make enough money selling it in the USA. Let me introduce you  to the “Financial Modernization Act of 1999” Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

This is what I would like to term as “Crafted Fascism”.fas·cism noun ˈfa-ˌshi-zəm also ˈfa-ˌsi-: a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator (or in this case a group of dictators i.e. banks) controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government.

             It turns the United States into an industrial warehouse where you don’t even  own your name. Crafted in the minds of people very similar to the ones that brought you Jekyll Island, Goldman Sachs, Chase, J.P. Morgan. This act lets their  be no progress. No return of manufacturing to the U.S. It discourages invention. It assures that the .oooo1% will sit proudly on their thrones….

Alternative Reporting, Re-Blogging and My own thoughts on Local, National and Internanational News

Alternative Reporting, Re-Blogging and My own thoughts on Local, National and Internanational News

until their heads are on a spike.         ƒƒƒ            http://noharmtothefarm.com       OCCUPY     OWS      OCCUPY WALL STREET         OCCUPY  BRADFORD  

Giving FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP the benefit of the doubt…..WRONG MOVE

I waited until my township had finalized their 2014 budget to display it to the world. Maybe I’m just a tad bit skeptical but I think that if you took away the legal fees, interest and just general sickening judgement on the part of the people in charge of this budget, I think a 3rd grader could see all the flaws. I’m sure your township is no better. It seems as though we have doubted the idea that paying things off is an antiquated idea. I feel different. By no means do I expect you (or would you want to) go through a 45 page document that is so sad it almost ruined my saturday night. I can say this though, to look at something that cost 75000 dollars last year and budget 1500 for it this year is hardly rocket science to set yourself up for a deficit and I would almost guarantee that if we cashed our bonds in, doubled our taxes for 1 only (one) year we would probably never  approach a debt in this township for many years. ( but that’s just my opinion.) WELCOME TO THE FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP< YORK COUNTY> BUDGET 2014 ladies and gentlemen. Don’t laugh too hard. I’m trying to get some sleep tonight. Even though we don’t have to worry about this warehouse…..  ƒƒƒ      OWS   OCCUPY THE FARM   OCCUPY   OCCUPY WALL STREET ANON

2014 Final BudgetMarionwarehouse1

Hello to the the Global Community….

Thank you from all my support from Russia, Brazil, Chile and Vietnam. Along with the USA this blog is reaching the globe. The dangers of fracking are everywhere and the importance of clean water is insurmountable. Thank you for your support and invectives in your respective countries.  Peace above all    ƒƒƒ         OWS OCCUPY THE FARM OCCUPY WALL STREET ANON

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Follow the Dow? Sorry for your luck. Don’t worry though if you are invested in GAZ

(iPath DJ-UBS Natural Gas TR Sub-Idx ETN (GAZ)

iPath DJ-UBS Natural Gas TR Sub-Idx ETN (GAZ)   Some people are freezing while others are planning the summer golf game. I don’t know about the average saver’s bank account but something tells me they were not making 10.25% on their accounts today.

What this graph shows you is that this speculatory fuel is headed into a bubble. It will burst. In the mean time your  “cheap fuel” just went up by approximately 25%. And the story goes, you didn’t get that royalty check you were hoping for didja?(a word we in the family recognize viable to your cituation).

Stocks are always a gamble, some will tell you that some are safer then others. Commodities, in my opinion should be regulated. Call it Socialism, send me to hell for a day or two for thinking that REAL things should not be table game of the corporate elite, the 1% as we have grown to call them. If you are reading this , and you are not having servant tidy up the dishes and another  shining the salt and Brine off tomorrow’s rims for your country side drive, you are one of us,  the 99%. remember that term 99%??? How quickly we forget. I surely don’t. It cost me pretty price and now with my ECO backround, I need someone to take the reigns, to take the wrench. (figuratively of course).

 I am not a fool, I know that gas is here to stay. Corbett made sure of that. That does not mean that we have to have the furnace set at 72 degrees, and buy junk plastic (petroleum based) products. It is our job to become frugal. To learn life skills again. To dance in the parade and not pay $6 for a bag of GMO popcorn. It’s time to rewrite the books.               ƒƒƒ                  OCCUPY THE FARM    OWS    OCCUPY  WALL STREET    ANON     EF

A Little book I stumbled across….

I am in no way affiliated with this publication nor do I con done it       ƒƒƒ        http://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/Various_Authors__Ecodefense__A_Field_Guide_to_Monkeywrenching.html

This week, One for the books. Northern York County loses a landmark and wins one.

           For  almost a year we have been at odds with the township over back-door zoning changes and  a board of commissioners that somehow felt the need to initiate the citizens of (semi) rural Fairview Township an ability or maybe an excuse to unite in the wake of the Corporate steam rollers Goodman-Birtcher’s     (http://us.goodman.com/)    plan to build a warehouse facility that not only grabbed the attention of the township but also the county and the mid state.

             We, as citizens of the township have not only stopped the project but re-zoned the entire township to it’s previous zoning ordinances. For that I applaud  www.theconcernedcitizensoffairview.com  our grassroots movement that brought neighbors out of their back yard pool parties and car-washings to council meetings that filled fire-halls to capacity and grabbed us a spot on every local news channel in the Harrisburg, PA region. Even though my WIFI seldom worked and my attire was hardly corporate america, I somewhat felt important as I stood diligently at the door of township meetings and somehow let the citizens of Fairview know that we were ready to fight. Legally.

              As the doors could not close because it would have caused a fire hazard, as I said before, droves of concerned citizens attended meeting after meeting, some for the financial burden it would have if they were to sell their property, others for environmental reasons and then again others for the safety of their children and themselves.

               The mission was clear for most, a 1,200,000 square foot warehouse had no place in the designated area and probably would not serve much of a purpose anywhere in the township. Warehouses of that size are merely reliant on speculation and not much else. Developers of those warehouses see land, not communities and rarely take into account the railroad of destruction that lies in their wake.   All I can say now is good bye and good riddance. Our energy now, we send speedily to Dickinson Township as they to have an uphill battle ahead of them involving the encroachment of buildings of enormous size that has been speculated to cover 4 townships with one building.

Secondly, we did lose a landmark. A building that had dilapidated since the liquor licencse was sold. After a commercial property is sold it is quickly vandalized and stripped of it’s metal and anything of interest to a passerby, even if it was a window or a kitchen faucet. It was a place that had everything from hitching posts to wagons. It had food that was served behind saloon doors and and was entered from an 18th century wagon.

Most of you in a 20 mile radius had heard of the tavern. It originally was a rough place with stories of all sorts. It first came under the name “The Grey Horse Tavern”, a smoky place with a mixed crowd, The food was decent, the servers were on par and the drinks were strong. It was constructed solely of cedar logs sometime in the 20’s (est) .

Then again changing hands, someone thought to put mirrors on the ceilings and make the food less then desirable. More like a greasy burger and fries that were served in a portion that screamed styrofoam.  Below the bar though was the true thing that had enticed patrons. Strippers. Yes the one and perhaps the only on the west shore, unless you count private shows along “The Miracle Mile” in Carlisle.

If you turned 20 or maybe 21 ( the drinking laws were a little lax) you went to the Cedar Lodge. At the corner of RT114, Steagertwalt Hollow Road and 382 at one of the craziest intersections in Cumberland county, I think I would rather play ring around the rosie in Newport or Gettysburg then approach that intersection on some occasions.

Although it is barely a historic building, it is more a land mark. Some will call it The Grey Horse some The Cedar Lodge and some by it’s final name, Jackson’s Junction.  Whichever you prefer, it’s days are done. Save your dollar bills for the east shore.         ƒƒƒ#3#1#2

                 http://noharmtothefarm.com                OWS                 Fairview Township           York Couty PA

            Our power be with youwarehouse1

Stepping up the the link to charity for viable causes,,,outside the corporate system banking system.

https://coinbase.com/?r=52b648d7a6707c072200008a&utm_campaign=user-referral&src=referral-link

With this link you should be able to associate with CoinBase the largest Bitcoin exchange in the US. It is a cryto-curenncy…

Cryptocurrency

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

cryptocurrency is a digital medium of exchange. The first cryptocurrency to begin trading was Bitcoin in 2009, since then numerous cryptocurrencies have become available. Cryptocurrencies are at bottom specifications regarding the use of currency which seek to incorporate principles of cryptography to implement a distributed, decentralized and secure information economy. When comparing cryptocurrencies to fiat money, the most notable difference is in how no group or individual may accelerate, stunt or in any other way significantly abuse the production of money, instead only a certain amount of cryptocurrency is produced by the entire cryptocurrency system collectively, at a rate which is bounded by a value both prior defined and publicly known.

Dozens of cryptocurrency specifications have been defined, most are similar to and derived from the first fully implemented cryptocurrency protocol, Bitcoin.[1][2][3][4][5] Within cryptocurrency systems, the safety, integrity, and balance of all ledgers is ensured by a swarm of mutually distrustful parties, referred to as miners, who are, for the most part, general members of the public, actively protecting the network by maintaining a high hash-rate difficulty for their chance at receiving a randomly distributed small fee. Averting the underlying security of a cryptocurrency is mathematically possible, but the cost may be unfeasibly high. For example, against Bitcoin’s proof-of-work based system, an attacker would need computational power greater than that controlled by the entire swarm of miners in order to even have 1 / 2^(# authentication rounds for this cryptocurrency – 1) of a chance, which means directly circumventing Bitcoin’s security may be a task well beyond even a technology company the size of Google.[citation needed] To date, no nation has replaced fiat money with cryptocurrency.

Most cryptocurrencies are designed to gradually introduce new units of currency, placing an ultimate cap on the total amount of currency that will ever be in circulation. This is done both to mimic the scarcity (and value) of precious metals and to avoid hyperinflation.[6][7] As a result, such cryptocurrencies tend to experience hyperdeflation as they grow in popularity and the amount of the currency in circulation approaches this finite cap. [8] Compared with ordinary currencies held by financial institutions or kept as cash on hand, cryptocurrencies are less susceptible to seizure by law enforcement.[6][9] Existing cryptocurrencies are all pseudonymous, though additions such as Zerocoin and its distributed laundry feature have been suggested, which would allow for anonymity.[10][11][12][13]

History of cryptocurrencies[edit]

Early attempts to integrate cryptography with electronic money were made by David Chaum, via DigiCash and ecash, which used cryptography to anonymise electronic money transactions, albeit with centralized issuing and clearing.[14]

The first cryptocurrency was Bitcoin, which was created in 2009 by pseudonymous developer Satoshi Nakamoto, and used SHA-256 as its proof-of-work scheme.[3][15][16] Later on, other major cryptocurrencies, such as Namecoin (an attempt at a decentralized DNS, which would make internet censorship very difficult), Litecoin (which uses scrypt as a proof-of-work, as well as having faster transaction confirmations) and Peercoin (which uses a proof-of-work/proof-of-stake hybrid, and has inflation of about 1%) were also created.[1] Many other cryptocurrencies have been created, though not all have been successful, especially those that brought few innovations.

For the first two years of existence, cryptocurrencies gradually gained attention from the media and public.[17] Since 2011, interest has rapidly increased, especially during the rapid price rise of Bitcoin in April 2013.

Proof-of-work schemes[edit]

The most widely used proof-of-work schemes are SHA-256, which was introduced by Bitcoin, and scrypt, which is used by currencies such as Litecoin.[1] Some cryptocurrencies, such as Peercoin, use a combined proof-of-work/proof-of-stake scheme.[1][18]

Notable cryptocurrencies[edit]

Further information: List of cryptocurrencies
Currency Code Year Est. Founder Active Website Value of money supply Algorithm Note
Bitcoin BTC 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto(pseudonym) Yes bitcoin.org ~7,400 millionUSD[19][20][21] SHA-256
(proof-of-work)
The first widely known decentralized ledger currency.
Ripple XRP 2013 Ripple Labs Yes ripple.com ~2,200 millionUSD[citation needed], though this cap cannot be compared with other cryptocurrencies as almost all XRP are held by the developers. Consensus, ECDSA The only widely recognized cryptocurrency that is not a fork of the bitcoin protocol.
Litecoin LTC 2011 Coblee Yes litecoin.org ~411 million USD[20][21] Scrypt
(proof-of-work)
The first Scrypt cryptocurrency.
Peercoin PPC 2012 Sunny King Yes peercoin.net ~65 million USD[20][21] SHA-256
(proof-of-work/proof-of-stake)
The proof-of-stake is designed to give Peercoin increased energy efficiency and a small amount of decentralizedinflation; however, this is mitigated by its deflationary aspect caused from destroyed transaction fees.
Namecoin NMC 2011 Vinced Yes dot-bit.org ~30 million USD[21][22] SHA-256
(proof-of-work)
Namecoin is meant to act as adecentralized DNS, which would makeinternet censorship very difficult. Namecoin serves the .bit domain.
Dogecoin DOGE 2013 Billy Markus Yes http://dogecoin.com/ ~9 million USD Scrypt
(proof-of-work)
As of December 23, 2013, 12.5% of the 100 billion total dogecoins have been mined..

Criticism[edit]

  • Some have expressed concern that cryptocurrencies are extremely risky due to their very high volatility[23] and potential for pump and dump schemes[24]
  • Some of these coins are pre-mined, meaning many of the coins are produced prior to being released to the public, some have hidden launches, or have extreme rewards for the first miners.[25][better source needed]
  • Most cryptocurrencies are duplicates of existing cryptocurrencies with minor changes and no novel developments.
  • Very few cryptocurrencies can be exchanged for fiat currencies and instead can only be traded for other cryptocurrencies. Banks generally do not offer services for them and sometimes refuse to offer services to virtual-currency companies.[26]
  • Regulators in several countries have warned against their use and some have taken concrete regulatory measures to dissuade users.[27]

Major markets[edit]

[icon] This section requires expansion.(December 2013)

Cryptocurrencies can be traded for other currencies through various online exchanges.

Other than two or three primary cryptocurrencies, most cannot, as yet, be used to purchase goods or services.

See also[edit]

  • Alternative currency
  • Bitcoin protocol
  • Cryptobank
  • Cryptographic protocol
  • Digital currency exchanger
  • Digital currency
  •  This is this wheel of new finance. Currently it is HIGHLY volitile. Deemed unsafe by many investors, but it also has the potential  to be the next big player as the paper dollar starts to decrease. Running in a bull market currently and potentialy wiping out “Money Orders” and “Wire Transfer” companies,(mainly Westen Union)it charge only pennies on the dollar with a very low pay-in.
  •     If I were not a blogger and had  more experience in code and the capital to buy a “Bitcoin Mine”  I would probably be buying all 3000
  • followers dinner this weekend if my original BitWallet could be located.
  • Just one more reason to clean up my act this year. ƒƒƒ      OCUPPY THE FARM OWS OCCUPY WALL STREET JP MORGAN RBS 
  • Any one wanting to fight against  fracking, .01 BITCOIN woujd be a $7  donation to local Frack-Fighters and get your Bitwallet set up for the future. Peace and Happy New Year.
  • http://noharmtothefarm240px-Bitcoin_paper_wallet_generated_at_bitaddress.com

Snowden’s Christmas admission…

                Just a thought….

               It is now our duty to police ourselves, to make sure our thoughts are organized and to stand fast in our commitments to one another. The far reaching arm of the Orwellien  overlookers  are indeed everywhere. On every corner, with every call for a pizza, the government has rationalized the need for the consumption of your personal existence. The fruit of the Constitution has been wilting on the vine for years, but this truly is the storm that knocks the last grape of freedom from the arbor. If you can, Check out the channel 4 interview.    ƒƒƒ

Ocuppy the farm– OWS—Occupy Wall Street

“A child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all,” Mr. Snowden said in a Christmas Day message shown by Channel 4. “They’ll never know what it means to have a private moment to themselves — an unrecorded, unanalyzed thought.”
“Privacy matters; privacy is what allows us to determine who we are and who we want to be,” he said.