Monday, 24 June 2013

Hendren Global Group: Gas Boilers for Convenience, hendren global group, user reviews

Homeowners, homebuilders and lovers of clean and affordable home- or business-use heaters have long preferred gas boilers. Gas boilers supplied by gas hook-ups allow inclusion of additional gas appliances in addition to heat, such as water-heaters, clothes-washers and dryers and cooking appliances. Majority of older homes have gas lines, unlike most new homes.
Gas has always been connected with clean, affordable energy. The risk of gas leak and fire arising from it can be minimized through regular inspection and maintenance on a yearly basis by a certified technician. Gas boilers and other appliances can be run safely and efficiently with these regular check-ups.

Gas service to homes and businesses usually come along with electrical connections to provide buildings with multiple energy sources. Hook-ups are often supplied by towns to local residents and sometimes by outside private companies. The best way to operate gas boilers is to run the gas into the home and the unit placed near the entry point of the gas supply for optimum efficiency.

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Why use gas boilers?
Gas is a common, readily-available and efficient source of fuel to power ordinary appliances. Many types of gas appliances and gas boilers of various price levels are produced by popular manufacturers. Gas is also an economical source of energy and power compared to electricity and fuel oil.

Types of Gas Boilers
Gas boilers come in various sizes, shapes and price ranges. Choose the best one suited to your needs. With so many brands and types in the market, one can check the rating information on new gas boilers being introduced.

Check out units that give sufficient information on energy ratings and any emission they produce. Consider the size of your home when buying a unit that will suit your available space. A specialist would be the right person to guide you properly in your choice.
A new replacement unit for your old one may help you save on energy costs as they are better insulated and more efficient. Heating provided by these new gas-powered appliances is more efficient, less expensive and safer to operate and maintain.

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Benefits of Gas Boilers
People who use gas as fuel have the advantage of an affordable and clean energy source for heating. Gas boilers have low operating costs, low pollution effect and economical to run. New models are also safer, more compact and produce less noise and wasteful external heat. They allow owners to accommodate them into small spaces.

The Future of Gas Boilers
Gas boilers are remarkably efficient heating devices which safe to use for residential and commercial purposes. They are also clean and easy to operate. Although non-renewable, gas is an efficient and economical energy source. Supply of gas is steady and with basic conservation methods not difficult to maintain for many years.

Saturday, 15 June 2013

Author James Gorrie to Moneynews: China's End to US Treasury Buying 'Final Nail in the Coffin' for the Dollar

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China ending its purchase of Treasury bills will lead to "probably the final nail in the coffin" for the dollar, said author James Gorrie. 

He also warns that rather than an emerging superpower, China looks more like it is on the verge of collapse.

"China is the biggest holder of our foreign debt," Gorrie told Newsmax TV in an exclusive interview. 

"When China stops buying Treasury bills, that'll radically impact the bond market," said Gorrie, author of "The China Crisis: How China's Economic Collapse Will Lead to a Global Depression." 

"When the U.S. bond market is no more in demand by its largest purchaser — largest foreign purchaser … then there'll be some real problems. That's why China's involvement in the international economy will bring devastation to that realm as well and not just China."
China is "facing a financial collapse that will dwarf what happened in 2008," he said.

"Those aren't my words, but those are the words of the head of China's accounting association just last April. China's economy isn't what it appears to be. It's tremendously wasteful, tremendously corrupt," he said. 

"They have a real estate bubble and a financial bubble that just is unsupportable. It's unsustainable."

He also questioned whether China can do anything to stop the spiral into crisis. He made a comparison with the Soviet Union in the 1980s.

"[Mikhail] Gorbachev came to power and tried to do a couple things: glasnost and perestroika – reform and restructure, or restructure and openness," he said. 

"Because that economy was based on much the same type of processes in terms of corruption and graft and so forth as the Chinese … especially the internal economy. That's how the Communist Party runs the country," he said. 

"There's been some dire warnings from the outgoing premier who said we have to change this culture of corruption or we're not going to last. The new premier had said the same thing and is trying to do an 'openness and restructuring' type of campaign. It's doubtful whether the economy can actually handle that because so much is based upon that corruption, that model."

Gorrie didn’t attach much significance to the issue of currency manipulation.

"It's not as crucial or a unique event to China as much as other things that they're doing like polluting their crops, polluting their land and their rivers and using up their arable land and doing all kinds of horrible things in terms of pollution and smog and fraud in terms of Chinese companies [regarding] stock market and bank fraud and so forth," he said. 

"[Currency manipulation is] probably a second-tier issue from my perspective in terms of what China is actually doing to themselves."

Shuanghui International's buyout of Smithfield Foods was also discussed.

"I don't like the idea of China purchasing real assets, although they have to do it," he said. 

"They have to do it because their own food and water and farmland [are] toxifying. If China was so good at doing what they're doing, growing their economy and creating it and developing, then most of their money should be going back into China, but now they're buying farmland and they're buying forests because they're using it up at an enormously horrible rate," he said. 

"China takes 10 times the inputs to create something as it does in the U.S. — so grossly inefficient. The Chinese themselves are very, very concerned about the food toxicity. Farmers don't even eat their own produce."

Gorrie said China is a manufacturing economy and not a knowledge-based economy, and that such systems must evolve in order to keep growing, "otherwise they're just people putting widgets together."

"They're trying to hobble the U.S. any way they can, which includes cyber-attacks on Wall Street, on our defense apparatus and infrastructure [to] get as much knowledge as they can, technological knowledge," he said. 

"We've lost millions of jobs to China since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, probably around 3 million jobs and those were manufacturing jobs. The fallout is more tension and as China becomes weaker, their acts become bolder."

Friday, 14 June 2013

Dubai carbon credit firm accused of being a Ponzi scheme, Hendren Global Group Warning Scheme Reviews

Advanced Global Trading, a Dubai-based company selling voluntary carbon credits to retail investors, has been accused of being either a boiler room scam or Ponzi scheme by a website which writes about emissions and deforestation.

The article is written by Chris Lang founder of the website, which provides “news, views and analysis about reduced emissions from deforestation and forest degradation”.

Carbon credits, of which there are two types – voluntary emission reductions and certified emission reductions, are certificates which represent a company’s right to emit one tonne of carbon dioxide and can be traded for money legitimately.

However, there has been a history of them being traded illegitimately. In the UK, the Financial Conduct Authority (or Financial Services Authority as it was at the time) has previously warned investors to be wary of unsolicited approaches to purchase the investments.

In a statement, which is still available on the old FSA website alongside further information about the scam, it said: “Carbon credits can be sold and traded legitimately and there are many reputable firms operating in the sector.

“However, we are concerned that an increasing number of firms are using dubious, high-pressure sales tactics and targeting vulnerable consumers.”

In the article, published last month on, Lang suggests that AGT is artificially inflating the price of the carbon credits it trades by selling them to new customers, much like a traditional Ponzi scheme. 

The company makes its money by taking a commission on each transaction so will continue to make money as long as new investors continue to buy carbon credits from existing investors.

Thursday, 30 May 2013

Boston Marathon bombing suspects possibly acted alone

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Tuesday, latest details emerged from U.S. officials and family members concerning how the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects may have been persuaded by an agitator, anti-American strain of Islam. They had been radicalized by sources on the web, not through direct contact with terror groups said A U.S. senator.
Younger brother, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19-year-old university student’s condition was improved to fair from serious as investigators continued building their case against him. After being charged Monday, he possibly will face the death penalty with working in partner with his brother in setting off the shrapnel-packed pressure-cooker bombs that killed three people. Older brother previously reported dead.
Over 260 people were injured by the bomb blasts last week while about 50 were still hospitalized.
There is “no question” that older brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev was “the dominant force” behind the attacks, and that the brothers had apparently been radicalized by material on the internet rather than by contact with militant groups overseas Republican Sen. Richard Burr stated after the Senate Intelligence Committee was briefed by federal law enforcement officials in Washington.
Brothers, both Russian-born ethnic Chechens, have no links to terror groups based on what the authorities believed in. On the other hand, two U.S. officials said Tuesday that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26 — who died last week in a gunbattle — frequently looked at extremist websites, including Inspire magazine, an English-language online publication produced by al-Qaida’s Yemen affiliate. The said magazine has endorsed lone-wolf terror attacks.
Because both officials were not authorized to discuss the investigation they spoke on condition of anonymity.
Tamerlan was steered toward a strict strain of Islam under the influence of a Muslim convert known to the Tsarnaev family only as Misha, according to family members reached in the U.S. and abroad by The Associated Press.
According to family members, who said he turned to websites and literature claiming that the CIA was behind the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, after befriending Misha, Tamerlan gave up boxing, stopped studying music and began opposing the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
“Somehow, he just took his brain,” said Tamerlan’s uncle, Ruslan Tsarni of Maryland, who recalled conversations with Tamerlan’s worried father about Misha’s influence.
“You could always hear his younger brother and sisters say, `Tamerlan said this,’ and `Tamerlan said that.’ Dzhokhar loved him. He would do whatever Tamerlan would say,” recalled Elmirza Khozhugov, the ex-husband of Tamerlan’s sister. He spoke by telephone from his home in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Khozhugov said, the brothers, who came to the U.S. from Russia a decade ago, were raised in a home that followed Sunni Islam, the religion’s largest sect, but were not regulars at the mosque and rarely discussed religion.
Then Tamerlan met Misha, a heavyset bald man with a reddish beard around 2008 or 2009. Khozhugov is not quite sure where they met but held as true that they attended a Boston-area mosque together.