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Positive press reports continue on 4th Month, 17th Day of of 'Invincible Holland' assembly
by Global Good News staff writer
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4 August 2006
Since the full moon in April, 400 Governors and Sidhas of the Global Country of World Peace have been assembled at the Capital of the Global Country of World Peace in MERU, Holland. They have come from all over Europe and are being trained personally by Maharishi to make their own countries invincible upon their return home after the assembly. Many positive changes for Holland are taking place during the assembly.
At present, the assembly is creating invincibility for Holland, since 400 Yogic Flyers flying together in one place is the 'Super Radiance' number required for the 16 million citizens of Holland.
Signs of Holland rising to invincibility, through the assembly of 400 experts trained in the science and art of creating coherence through Maharishi's Technologies of Consciousness, are seen in today's reports from the press.
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- The Court has decided that the Treasury Department cannot demand a return of payment when they have made a miscalculation in favour of the taxpayer due to computer or inexperienced personnel mistakes, the press reports.
- The press reports that Deputy Transport Minister Melanie Schultz van Haegen is paving the way for new innovative environmental development by allowing, under certain conditions, access to river areas that were restricted after the potential flooding in 1993 and 1995.
- The press reports that energy producer Nuon is investing in clean coal technology called gasification, which is a process that converts organic materials into combustible gases. This clean coal conversion then becomes the fuel for the power station. Gasification is becoming more popular, and Nuon uses its power station in Buggenum as an educational institution. Nuon is also building a new, sustainable power station, which is using coal, gas, and biomass.
- Engineers from Delft University of Technology have developed a procedure to sift precious metals out of garbage. Before this new procedure, metals such as iron and steel only could be sifted out of the ashes of burned garbage. Now, non-ferrous metals such as copper, zinc, silver, and gold, can be reclaimed. The university's engineers use powerful rotating magnets, creating twisters of metal particles that create a magnetic field. This procedure could help reclaim, and thus recycle, 10 per cent of the non-ferrous metals that are used in Holland, the press reports.
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