Sunday, June 02, 2013


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This Post was inspired by the comments on Linkedin’s ‘fossil fuel fracking bridges’


 How many more "bridges" do we need to build to continue to create futures of "limits", that constrict and choke, while adapting to the consequences of the "limit creation platform", i.e., ecological destruction, global warning, poverty, slower than a snail on superhighways.......the list goes on and on? Just so everyone can stay (using a polite term) "uninformed" about energy evolution, and their lack of freedom to create infinite possibilities from infinite resources?

"You have no need to know" since the 1940's, is a concept totally incompatible with Freedom. It is time to wake up to the unused possibilities of E=MC2. The question must be asked: How can a “free” society be so brainwashed into believing that out of countless possibilities of E=MC2 applications, we know of only two - nuclear bombs, and the deadly radiation by product application?

Hey Folks, this is kindergarten science comprehension!

• The George Washington University’s Planet Forward: The Promise of Energy for Everyone Video 

• Limitation and Conservation of the infinite defies common sense, intelligence, wisdom and understanding

 Responding to the comment ”is there a way to actually collaborate and actually solve these issues”. There definitely is!
It's called Science. 
Past the hidden variables, past the Trouble With Physics (Lee Smolin), past the idling standard model, clarifying LENR, beginning with the faintest grasp of Zero Point surmised in The Hunt for Zero Point, and daring to question the "incomplete, but partially testable" unified field theory,1928 Einstein. Two avenues available: 
The hard way - reinvent the wheel. The easy way - demand freedom.

A must review “Our Gifts to Future Generations – “ADAPT” to choking to death
Farewell - American Democracy
It's Official. Corporations Rule.

The American Justice System has decided
Ask your two year old on a seesaw about balance, weight and power when 2% golden greedy guts owns 98% of the worlds’ Wealth and Resources, and price gouges the remaining 98% for their right to live and survive.

Wealth of most Americans down 55% since recession



International backlash from genetically modified wheat


Top 10 Worst Effects of Global Warming

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Global warming is the long-term, cumulative effect that greenhouse gases, primarily carbon dioxide and methane, have on Earth's temperature when they build up in the atmosphere and trap the sun's heat. It's also a hotly debated topic. Some wonder if it's really happening and, if it's real, is it the fault of human actions, natural causes or both?
When we talk about global warming, we're not talking about how this summer's temperatures were hotter than last year's. Instead, we're talking about climate change, changes that happen to our environment, atmosphere and weather over time. Think decades, not seasons. The term global warming itself is a bit deceptive because it implies we should expect things to get hotter -- not necessarily stormier, drier and even, in some instances, colder. Climate change impacts the hydrology and biology of the planet -- everything, including winds, rains and temperature, is linked. Scientists have ob­served that the Earth's climate has a long history of variability, from the cold climes of the Ice Age to temperatures as hot as an Easy-Bake oven. These changes are sometimes noted over a few decades and sometimes stretch over thousands of years. What can we expect from a planet undergoing climate changes?
Scientists studying our climate have been able to observe and measure changes happening around us. For example, mountain glaciers are smaller now than they were 150 years ago, and in the last 100 years, the average global temperature has increased by roughly 1.4 degrees F (0.8 degrees C) [source: EPA]. Computer modeling allows scientists to predict what could happen if the climate pattern continues on its current course, projecting, for instance, that temperatures could rise an average of 2 to 11.5 degrees F (1.1 to 6.4 degrees C) by the end of the 21st century [source: EPA].
In this article, we'll look at 10 of the worst effects of climate change, including some immediate effects observed and some hypothesized through climate modeling.

Global warming isn't just about things getting hotter -- other changes can occur, including stormier, drier and even, in some instances, colder conditions.

10. Rising Sea Level
9. Shrinking Glaciers
8. Heat Waves
7. Storms and Floods
6. Drought
5. Disease
4. Economic Consequences
3. Conflicts and War
2. Loss of Biodiversity
1. Destruction of Ecosystems

Bradley Manning supporters protest for his release

 People gather on June 1, 2013 during a demonstration in support of WikiLeaks whistleblower U.S. Army Private

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