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This worldwide pedophile scandal, leading directly to the DNC, Clintons and Obama himself, is exploding online. Check Reality Calls on youtube and pizzagate on voat, as well as pedocrats. This is huge considering how huge the McCann case is. At the very least, we should be aware. Reddit banned the discussion of Pizzagate and MSM is playing defense. This is important to this cause because it DESTROYS the power structure's credibility to such a degree — and on a very visceral level such that their abuse of children and BABIES is making some 15, citizen researchers very ill and disturbed, led by the FBI insiders who want to bust this and can't.
This is good to be aware of also in the sense that the power structure's operatives local officials are usually "compromised" by participating in pedo activities and this is another reason they are kept in the box. USIC "US intelligence community" has been doing it for years and this is a key mechanism of their control over the power structure: printing money and sexual destruction of children. It will make you upset and sick, but it may be key in knocking down the power structure's unearned credibility.
People are physically repulsed by this and should be. Don't discount its relevance. Check it out!!! Also Wikileaks is probably now compromised and Assange and 15 others likely renditioned though we do not know for sure. This is a clue to how big the pedo scandal, which includes satanic ritual abuse and cannibalism, is. But again as I say, this rabbit hole is not for the weak of stomach. Octavia, as impossible and ridiculous and absurd as this all sounds, I concur with all of your observations here based upon my own investigations over the last couple of years.
It is truly sickening in ways that are extremely difficult to even think about, much less discuss with anyone. Most people recoil in horror at the mere suggestion of pedophilia and worse. Trust me. It hit close to home a couple of years ago when I found out my own father sexually abused my two stepsisters for upwards of 10 straight years when they were little girls.
Took me fifty years to find out. I wanted to beat him up in the worst way, but reason intervened. He's passed on now, but he is no father of mine. Oh, and Mr. Griffin, while in Phoenix, if you develop a slight cough and eye irritation from that fake, toxic, white canopy which used to be blue above you, don't worry, we're told it's just condensation from the jets.
Must be related to geoengineering activities. Dane, the Scientists of today could resolve every issue on this planet, however the power structure will not allow good scientists to work on real solutions. That's if you want to work! They own these scientists.
Lock stock and barrel. I speaking in the simplest terms so everyone understands. Money truely the root of all evil men and their power hungry control.
We as scientists know there has been an intentional plan to hault progress in saving anything. I would say more but you get my drift… Manlind doesn't mean what it once did! And soon everyone will see!! Thinking that "scientists can resolve every issue on the planet" is what got us in this mess.
In fact undoing scientist's attempts at resolution is the basis of this incredible site. As Dane said the pharmaceutical approach to healing the planet will not work. We must abandon the growth model and live as naturally as possible. This is who we have become- this is America first hand…as my mother would have said if she were alive, "you make your bed and you lie in it". Shopping for the holidays and killing- they go hand in hand- right?
Hi Dane, I don't know if you read back articles, but I wanted to say thank you very much for your dedication. I just watched Ed Griffin's response to this article.
What a total lack of evidence, perspective, or honesty. I think it will do more to direct his viewers to your site than sway opinion. I hope you get the chance to face them all, in an open debate. My best friend is a pro fighter, and I we discuss a lot about the focus of perspective, and thought involved in the battle.
Train hard educate yourselffocus your intent on nothing but success,and just be yourself. I see you as having this in spades, and its honorable. It's been well above freezing here in northern Montana most days… and nights! I have yet to see frozen puddles in the morning, even though weather. Today, I walked to the store wearing after losing layers a flannel shirt on top, and wishing I'd worn shorts on bottom.
I checked several pages for various locations; all were doctored in this way. I know that they used to list the year-of-record-setting in the past. Apparently that information has been deemed dangerous — it might start people worrying, if they saw that all the record highs were from this century many from this year or last.
Information that is, as they say, 'Too hot to handle'. On a more positive note, though there were definitely newly-laid trails in the sky, there was a large patch of blue overhead. It wasn't by any means a natural blue, but it's been weeks since the sky hasn't been silver-grey…. Someone thinks it's a good idea to put a cell tower on our local fire dept. So I went to print out some info on the health effects.
He is on record saying he will not let science get in the way of 5k signals being everywhere in the country. Billions can be made, he said Go in any direction and you will find that science data are no longer THERE for the public to view and use. We apparently are dangerous when armed with facts and people in power don't want to hear facts. I don't revel in the fact that their denial will not matter. Acknowledging reality doesn't change IT, acknowledgment changes us. I am eternally grateful for Dane and all that he has done and continues to do for humanity.
I share your concerns about cell phones, WiFi, etc. Here are some links that could help you. Good luck! Ambulance Victoria was flooded with calls after a storm hit Melbourne shortly before 6pm, prompting a "major disaster response" from emergency services. The demand was so great that Ambulance Victoria ran out of ambulances and had to call in police officers, non-emergency patient vehicles and field doctors trained for disasters to help with transporting acute patients to hospital.
State health commander Paul Holman said in his 40 years as a paramedic he had never seen an event like it. Mr Holman said it is thought the storm brought with it an increase in irritants, leading to the huge wave of patients suffering from breathing issues.
He said the majority of the patients were so sick they needed to be taken to hospital rather than being treated at the scene and at one stage there were people waiting for assistance. Tiny particles may pose big risk: Some nanoparticles commonly added to consumer products can significantly damage DNA. Once these particles get into the body, they may accumulate in tissues, causing more damage.
At a concentration of 10 micrograms per milliliter — a dose not high enough to kill all of the cells — these generated a large number of single-stranded DNA breaks. They are also studying the effects of other engineered nanoparticles, including metal oxides used in printer and photocopier toner, which can become airborne and enter the lungs.
Hello Bane, yes, the state of the universities you describe is accurate. Ken Caldeira's "handlers" are Carnegie Science down on The Farm Stanford Universitywould l-o-v-e to show up on his doorstep someday, just to say, "Hi, thought I'd drop by just to say that we all know who you're working for, we know what you do and we know how to find you.
Have a nice day!!! When I suspected metals poisoning I specifically asked my physician for aluminum and barium testing. Boy, you shoulda been there to see the look on her face when she reported the results to me— shocked as sh! The aluminum, I believe, must get taken up fairly quickly into the tissues.
The barium, however, always circulates in your blood stream and rather easily found by serum test. Over a period of three years mine was always coming in higher than anything allowed by OSHA, but who cares? While he seemed like a nice man, his presentation did not seem chock-full of facts, as yours always are. I also clicked on the link at the top of your article about him.
It was his written response to something you'd said regarding some of his statements. The thing about the checkerboard patterns, and then when he said We still need to find out how these chemicals are getting into the atmosphere!!!
Okay, so um, like, WHO is paying Griffin? Where does his money come from? How it is that so many can adopt these clever semantic constructions as proof of anything eludes me. The triumph of form over substance and propaganda over truth is effectively complete, at least at the scale of collective society. Maybe our dumbing down has simply pushed the whole thing past the point of no return for this epoch.
So now we see Jones emerging as a player on the field in U. At least Nancy Reagan had real astrologers doing her prognosticating. A few observations. I flew back to the Midwest for Thanksgiving yesterday. When I returned I had to take my 15 year old niece to the doctor, really bad sore throat, feeling crappy, etc. At the pediatric office I sat in the waiting area and witnessed maybe different moms or dads come in with their kids and sit down at a check-in desk with one of two "receptionists".
A huge placard had been placed on an easel next to the sign-in area: "We are pleased to announce blankety-blank will be offering flu shots now to parents. And here she is, today, sick as a dog with an inexplicable sore throat, not strep general fatigue, sore glands, etc.
Yes, of course, I cannot know if there is a connection but my intuition tells me otherwise. Several of the parents, when asked if they'd had their flu shot, said yes. And so it goes, on and on. With the revelations of "Vaxxed" and "Silent Epidemic" fresh in our minds, when I witnessed first-hand the strategy of the folks working in this pediatric office, it was obvious to me that they have been trained and told that they MUST ask every parent about flu shots.
The agenda could not have been more clear. I'm quite sure I would have been viewed with palpable suspicion and likely brushed off with an "I don't know". Staying at my sister's house. Turned on cable TV to try to find some decent news, surfed past "Good Morning America", but stopped just to see what it was about.
Haven't seen it in years. But they indicated an upcoming "report" about airplane air, and the dangers posed by breathing it, etc. So I slogged through some of the show, including commercials, which, by the way, I could literally not bear, never can, actually. Good morning, America. Holy Mother of God………. Furthermore, what with all the broo-haha about fake news on FB, perhaps we can lump Mr. Indeed, is his program any different? Dumber hogs than before. Mission accomplished. That a new one!
No way! Regarding fake news, the new coined phrase is being brought to us by the creators of fake news…the MSM. No doubt this Geoengineering website would be labeled "fake news. I understand why these billionaire's want to rule everything and everyone??? I think, they never been told NO nor a hug, a honest heart felt unconditional warm hug of love.
That's why they have no empathy nor real feeling for other humans. They see humans as an inconvenience. Because they DON'T Like to see others not need them, so they want to own everything that others my need to make life. That's why they want to kill and destroy everytho that lives without their say so… I get it now. And that makes them hate humans. Chasing money and power from those with it… Quite sad really, because it sounds like every politician in America doesn't it?? Nor get real love.
All they really gay is people just like themselves no empathy leeches it just wants her money they can also be powerful. There's so much good they could be doing I'm putting smiles on so many young children's lives for so many years into the future but they'd rather just own it not because they need it just because I own everything else.
Hopefully one of these billionaires can share their thoughts and use this media to let us know how they really feel because we really need to know I really need to know. I'm sure at least some of them are just born with a biological tendency to sociopathy—no conscience and no empathy—just as some people are born with a tendency to be gay or to develop diabetes, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or depression.
There are so many babies born with things physically wrong with them I know firsthandthat it does not surprise me at all that some are born with something wrong with or different about their brain or other parts of their nervous system. And certainly mental illness often runs in families.
I live in Spain near Marbella and witness daily the spraying. I also witnessed it whn I lived in the UK in Manchester. The only comments I get back is that I am a conspiracy theorist. One of my pilot friends, who flies for a major airline, just puts it down to contrails and gives me his biased opinionated views of how silly I am thinking otherwise.
It is as if most people are living in a bubble. It is so difficult trying to wake them up to what is reality. One thing i will do though is keep trying! Underneath this he posts a direct link to your site. Do you know this man? Would he have any influence with Donald Trump? I spread the word whenever I can and hope we can all see an end soon to this madness. I've been working on them getting the info for so long it is a relief to know someone has heard. Actions are what matters.
Looking forward to clear skies…. Keep informing. Don't let your guard down now. Thank you Roma, I had not heard of this gentleman. Japan 7. Those quakes have been going on and on and on for some time now in the Fukushima area. What do these straight lines over Japan on Nov. Stepping aside from the usual comments: the people of Japan, and the Fukushima Prefecture area, especially, are so deserving of our heart-warming thoughts that they may find safety and resolution of some kind to the nightmares that they are undergoing.
Thinking of families, little children who are so innocent and deserving of a better life, going through the horrors of the quakes, tsunamis and the effects of radiation is sad beyond belief. At this time of celebrating our own good fortune, let us remember those who are in such desperate need no matter from what source.
Peace and hope. Evil aside, you guys do know? My best friend moved there to work, actually creating her own work, in the mid 80s or so, and told me, called me often at first, telling me every little detail.
Such as in order to cook, one had to turn on the gas from the wall, as stove not set to just turn on, this owing to earthquakes. This is happening at a time when there is little or no sunlight reaching the Arctic, as illustrated by the image below. During the northern summer, water off the coast of North America warms up and gets pushed by the Coriolis force toward the Arctic Ocean.
It takes several months for the water to travel along the Gulf Stream through the North Atlantic. It has taken until now for the Arctic Ocean to bear the brunt of this heat. As the image below shows, record sea surface anomalies showed up near Svalbard on October 31,when this heat first arrived in the Arctic.
This indicates how much warmer the water is beneath the surface, as it arrives in the Arctic Ocean from the Atlantic Ocean. For some time now, Antarctic sea ice extent has been at a record low for the time of the year.
On November 19,the combined extent of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice was Ed Griffin should explain in detail why he thinks the land is sinking! The statement about wind blowing the jet contrails into criss sross patterns and grid patterns that we all see, what a blatant statement of disinformation that is! I'd like to ask him how is it possible that a perfect X can be formed in the sky, by winds blowing the contrails together.
Knowing that yesterday would be the last warm day here in SW, Blowhigho, I took the opportunity to roll up my 75' garden hose for winter storage and raked some of the fallen leaves which are so discolored into every color of dog shit imaginable and still, at the center of November, most of the leaves are still on these huge Oaks, Maple and every other leaf shedding tree around.
In a normal mid November, they would all be on the ground ready to be put to layer for gardens next year. The question is…. I KNOW I can see a big difference in the trees and leaves but I suspect I am only one of too few around here I speak to every neighbor I know about it who really knows or even notices why this is happening.
As for G. Edward Griff? I am shocked that a man who HAD sofa king much integrity BEFORE would put his reputation in the bed with treason to hold such a treacherous endeavor as he has chosen to engage. There is this thing…. The elephant is in the elevator ladies and gentlemen. In fact guys it's gotten to the point where the USA is seen as a nation of clowns running around and are treated internationally as a joke. I've seen a small handful that aren't but MOST American's are fat,lazy and very boastful about their ego.
Why is that? What's up with American's being so closed minded to most of what's going on in the world and furthermore they don't give two flying fucks if you tried to inform one. I hope this isn't a sign of the NWO where if you try to free the ones not already awake to begin with your literally fucked.
Most American I know work two jobs take one week vacation a year. It does depend on what your talking about. There the hard working Middle Class there are those who just work the system and want everything for free and get it… And there are small business owners that work even harder then most.
You must be talking about our politician's, they did everything for free the medical is free they end up being rich which is a mystery to most because it's supposed to be public service and then there's the government Hangarons parasites and then there's the other government people you will always have a job screw in the world these are the shadow government people treacherous and treasonous and don't give a damn about the world these are probably the Americans that you know.
We will learn of them soon enough and then we will pick it apart. This plagues my mind now. So many are now learning about this something has to give soon. I endure ridicule and rolling eyes and laughter from some who are still lost. The Red Pill is hard for them to swallow. Back to Ed: How disappointed I am. The political structure of a Holographic Constitutional Republic is a possible solution, but it needs the integrity of those who will not sell out.
The forces of evil will try to subvert every attempt to highlight their deeds. They got to him. Anyone who makes too much of a dent will be approached. Soon it may happen to Dane. It probably already has, but he stands strong. If only everyone could understand how small is the group that assails us. They win by recruitment of their own enemy. There would be no other way to do it. They believe in deception, lies and subversion as the means to some end. Do we dare name them?
Keep up your good work. Many are listening. Ted Tuner who publicly stated that we must depopulate the Earth, Mr Bill Gates who has poisoned children adults and entire nations in the name of helping people, and let's not forget about the Rockefellers who profit from all sides of all wars. People must peel back the onion in order to reach the truth. I hope people around the world will read this and Bowl investigation these people and others that are treasonous against all mankind people must understand AR just a handful of people that control the entire wealth of the world which gives these people great power which we the people have to expose and exposed their various foundations which are front just like any other criminal front these people must be carefully read and they must be brought to Justice before it's too late For All Mankind.
I think they've really stepped things up with crippling the population via fungus in the aerosol spraying. Big problem on the east coast of Canada. The military base is about fifteen minutes from here. Fungus is growing on trees all over the place. I have a relative who has developed schizophrenia, as well as my neighbour next door. Research schizophrenia and fungus. Very interesting. To all the readers of this forum, please think about signing this important petition to President-elect Trump telling him to end the mandated vaccinations.
The "vast area of cold polar air" over Siberia is precisely what Dane has been accurately pointing to! The Arctic is super-hot, even as a vast area of cold polar air has been displaced over Siberia. Indeed, another Arctic expert, James Overland with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said that the jet stream at the moment is well configured to transport warmth northward into the Arctic.
Abnormally warm air has flooded the Arctic since October. Carpe diem. An idea or thought by a Roman poet which we find embedded in our brains. Dane, thank you for your tireless efforts in this urgently important issue. In light of the changing administration can you get a few minutes of Trumps time? This is affecting us all, his children and gradchildren as well as ours. I wonder if he is even aware.
This is more important than anything on his agenda,as it speaks to the very survival of the human species and ever other living thing on this planet. What can be done to reach him?
Vaxxed fb page has a link. It says — tell your vaccine injury story, but the form is for any suggestions to the new administration. Everyone should suggest Trump have a meeting with Dane, at the minimum. Dane, just listened again to your audio response to Griffin posted here. May I humbly high-five you on what can only be described as a total checkmate against Griffin's "defensive position".
You covered every aspect and angle to this "skirmish" with dignity, straightforwardness, inarguable reason and the spirit of a true warrior for truth and for planetary survival.
You flat out whooped his ass, to use a vernacular. Even so, Mr. Bannon led the Biosphere 2 project in Arizona. However, in a C-Span interview from 95 Bannon states another goal:. And we have lower oxygen content. So the power of this place is allowing those scientists who are really involved in the study of global change, and which, in the outside world or Biosphere 1, really have to work with just computer simulation, this actually allows them to study and monitor the impact of enhanced CO2 and other greenhouse gases on humans, plants, and animals.
I visited the site some years back and thought the idea was laughable. The ocean is dead, and the reef never worked.
The basement of the building is an industrial monstrosity, requiring huge qualities of power to simulate nature's simplest functions. I did not take it seriously then, but now I do. Bannon was putting human beings in a gas chamber to test the effects of the atmosphere with CO2 off the charts and Methane rising. He knows exactly what is happening. The fact that the project was funded by an oil tycoon in makes it all the more insidious.
Griffin defend or elaborate whatsoever on his contention that "global warming is not only a myth, Extreme Sweet - Sandy Warez - Global Warning (File), but a lie. Griffin's utterly fantastic as in fantasy view that it isn't so much that seas are rising, it's that islands and other lands are sinking. This guy is one sad sonofabitch. This guy can't be for real, can he? Somebody please help me out here.
Griffin has succeeded in assembling quite a lineup of personalities whose credentials appear impressive. Ed Griffin made a very weak and milktoasty case in his response to Dane Wigington. This Phoenix conference has an aroma of fishiness about it. It just does. It reeks of something else. Maybe I'm overthinking all of this.
He implies that, to the best of my recollection, the planet might otherwise be cooling were it not for the effects of geoengineering. Are there dark elements funding Ed Griffin and Tim Ball to openly prefer such trash??
Being able to change their color from bright green to dark brown is regulated by hormones. I believe they are losing their ability to regulate their body temperatures. This is similar to what I have observed with the trees.
The leaves then lose their original color, The leaf pigments change and the chlorophyll absorbs colored sunlight to give the leaves their color in the Fall.
Now however, the leaves are not falling, they hang on well into the new year. I believe the extreme UV-B rays and extreme heat as we can feel on our skin, is causing hormonal imbalance in the trees and plants. Being confused they are trying to live…instead of closing the points of leaf attachment and retaining nutrients and water, they are holding the leaves in a desperate attempt to survive.
This only robs them of moisture as it is drained through the leaves. The leaves usual pigment transformation no longer takes place, so the leaves rather than absorbing color, are actually burned up by the extreme UV. It is extremely hard to watch when you realize what is happening to life right in front of you that is in its death throes. But just realize we are the higher animal and apart from a miracle we are next.
Beautifully expressed, Gene, even if only telling us the tale of our destruction. Be well, sweet soul. And DON'T give up! Much love. Oh boy, it's gonna take MUCH love.
Hello gene, and others. You are so right. I noticed the exact same thing last few years on west coast. I'm in Idaho now but starting to see same thing.
They have been really manipulating the weather lately, 20 degree plus changes overnight with chemical ice nucleation. Lows one day 32 next day 18 degrees. Snowed little, could've urinated more than they made it snow. What a nightmare and joke. These clowns need to be stopped soon even if it takes a Revolution. The chemicals of recent days have made people really sick, me included one day.
Felt tired and weak too. All the trees here are dying and many less animals and bugs on daily basis. They are microwaving the skies day and night. See the man-made clouds and ripples and can taste the poisons. I'd have thought he would do better on researching, based on his older lectures. Now he sounds like he just goes against global warming based on hatred of government and possibly religious reasons.
Like how anti-agenda21 people often decide there is no such thing as pollution and get angry at anything sustainable. Hello Bob, yes, I believe your assesment of the minset is accurate. About the Mercola interview I did, Dr. Mercola asked us to take it down. Warned perhaps? I will hope that conditions will change and that we will be allowed to repost it in the future.
Time will tell. Such a shame about the Mercola interview. I'm glad I caught it when it was posted. He seemed to be genuine and forthright in his dealing with the subject matter and I thought perhaps he was one who could weather any backlash to his foray into the subject of GE. It is such and old and tired story.
Most unfortunate, indeed. Dane, It is puzzling to me why Dr. Mercola requested the removal of his interview. This puts a new light on the honesty of his website, as he professes to be 'open and up front' about his topics. Did someone give him 'that pill' of persuasion that he could not refuse to take? If you are reading this, Dr. Mercola, you owe us an explanation, if for no other reason than to preserve your credibility. Thank you. About the Dr. Mercola interview — that is bad that he requested to have it taken down— It is almost like all the environmental groups— it seems not almost one of them will touch geoengineering because of their charity status.
We are certainly living in some very strange times when the most important thing on the planet you would think — would be clean air, water and food. I am very sorry to hear that Dr Mercola…got cold feet in the world of honesty, integrity and upholding his responsibility as a doctor, extremely disappointing.
He obviously knows the truth! I was very supportive of all his products, recommending everything from water filters to supplements for my clients- will no longer recommend his site as a source. I knew it. I guess the good news is the report said thousands called in about the plane, and hopefully that means more are paying attention and waking up. Denver, Babylon's bullseye Capitol, reminds me of that other drone incident referred to as The FAA states it has no answers but will "continue to Extreme Sweet - Sandy Warez - Global Warning (File).
Yeah, sure, just like they did for Given the stated official nature of what the aircraft is designed to task, after reading the article it's strange but am I suppose to feel secure?
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Food banks provide food to people in the UK who can't afford to buy their own. Rob and Finn discuss this how they work and how they help many of the country's poorest. Listen to Neil and Rob discussing mood swings, risk taking, and why people make fun of teenagers, while they also explore some related vocabulary.
How can remote parts of the world get access to the internet? Neil and Catherine discuss a new idea for spreading knowledge.
What makes us angry and why is aggression useful? Neil and Catherine discuss human behaviour. Big bushy beards have become so fashionable that there's now an art exhibition dedicated to them. A London apartment block has front and back entrances for private and social housing - or so-called rich and poor doors.
Does it make sense to you? Listen to a discussion whilst learning some housing-related vocabulary. Fifty years ago, on 18 MarchSoviet astronaut Alexei Leonov took the first space walk. Listen to Rob and Neil describing the struggles of that ground-breaking space mission whilst explaining some related vocabulary. Furniture with built-in wireless charging technology - like a coffee table is now being sold.
So you just pop your phone on the table, and technology does the rest! Many animals face extinction. But people are realising that they must act now to stop further losses. A scheme to save the Asian elephant in China could provide an answer. How does music make you feel? Research shows that it actually influences us more than we realise - whether we're at the movies, the supermarket, or down the pub.
Coffee is now the most popular drink in the world. But what about the economics and politics of coffee production? It's as complicated as getting the right flavour in your cup. Rob and Neil put on their sunglasses to find out more about this special star and teach some related vocabulary. The UK has become the first country to approve legislation allowing the creation of babies with genetic material from three people. What are some art galleries banning to protect their paintings? Find out with Neil and Harry.
An electronic device under your skin?! Workers in Sweden take part in experiment which allows them to get in and out of their office without a key, ID or password. He is known throughout the world for his role in defeating Nazi Germany but he also made mistakes. We live in a richer world. But the gap between rich and poor is still very wide in individual countries. How to change this? The price of vaccines has escalated and some poor countries are struggling to prevent children from catching certain life-threatening diseases, says Medecins Sans Frontieres.
Will thinking computers be the end of humans? About 37, tourists are expected to visit Antarctica this season.
But should they be going to a region with such a sensitive environment? At a time when more people compete for fewer jobs, are you sure you present your skills and abilities well to a potential employer?
Listen to Rob and Neil's conversation and learn some related vocabulary. Going to a party where you don't know anyone? Listen to Rob and Neil's advice and learn some related vocabulary. We use computers for everything nowadays. Are we forgetting our own abilities - and losing our talent? Listen to Rob and Neil's discussion, and learn some related vocabulary.
It is the one that is the most adaptable to change. Abandoning fossil fuels for renewable energy, greening buildings, becoming more energy efficient, passing environmental legislation that punishes polluters, adopting a plant-based diet and driving electric cars will all be key players in this adaptation.
With seven billion people on the planet and a growth rate of overper day, our demand on finite natural resources is unsustainable. We need to focus on education because it has been shown to play a key role in reducing population growth. The rise in development of renewable energy projects and the success of electric car companies are a positive sign that the tides are changing, and this gives me hope.
The same question can be applied to cultures in every corner of the world. We are all trying to find a way to make this life work. It is complex and challenging to say the least. Basic rights must be fulfilled and beyond that we have a fundamental need to communicate with one another on an emotional and spiritual plane.
We are resilient and adaptable human beings, there is no doubt, and we have proven this time and time again over the centuries. Trust and belief in one another is where it starts. My perspective is blessed and specific to the generation raised with my music.
Through recordings, concerts and a television series my creative life journey has allowed me to connect with that generation. The affirmation of my optimism comes from almost daily responses, both personal and through social media, from the children who are now the young adults making their own way through the insanity.
Finding a way to face our global challenges seems too vast and incomprehensible at times. This allowed me to communicate on a much more personal level with the viewer. We, the parents and leaders of this world, must do the same. We are in this together. If ever you doubt your ability to make this difference, look into the face of One Child. Amidst the peeling of twenty plus pounds of potatoes, I pondered how that earthy, yet to be washed potato peel scent is such a grounding one, rooting so much of our existence and sustenance in earth.
And how, the quality of the earth that root vegetables are grown in both reflects and affects the quality of the civilization growing them. How well the soil is determines how well we all are. I thought about how so much depends on growing food and how keeping it local, as the new climate crisis demands of us, will increasingly require us to eat largely that which has been grown in our own bioregion which supports that food's growth.
I am largely Celtic in my ancestry, and therefore come from a long history of root vegetable eating fore bearers. Potato, turnip and carrots are literally foods which I could and largely do, live on. These and winter squash and sweet potato too. Last eve, in preparation for heading to my parent's for Christmas dinner leftovers two days following their sumptuous Christmas feast I knew that the only vegetable in low quantity following dinner was turnip and so I took a turnip from my veggie bin and promptly peeled and chopped it and set it in water to boil.
As my oldest daughter and I sat in the living room basking in the low light of our Christmas tree and in the quiet of a house largely unoccupied at that moment, I caught the wafting aroma of boiled turnip floating in from the kitchen and my heart became so glad.
Gladdened by the soft, pungent aroma of a vegetable my ancestors would have eaten to sustain themselves through long cold winters both on PEI and years ago and far away in Ireland and Scotland.
I contemplated how I almost never get to enjoy just the turnip fragrance alone due to only cooking it in the company of so many other stove top root vegetables and alongside something roasting in the oven.
Something roasting like red cabbage, peppers and chickpeas done in olive oil and sea salt. Delicious and warming all! Perhaps the turnip waft was so welcoming because I love mashed turnip so much yet never really notice it cooking. Besides, who cooks turnip by itself? Even though I especially love it mashed, I even eat turnip fried crisp with carrots sometimes as a leftover, well salted and peppered. And raw in summertime, the Japanese white turnip or Hakureimy favourite, refreshing summertime vegetable crunch.
And so I bow in gratefulness for root veggies. The staple of so many winter meals and so humble as to hardly draw attention. I am thankful for these foods which keep us hearty and hale and store so well through winter's storms and cold.
As this decade comes to a close and a new one nears its dawning, may we all slow down our lives enough to contemplate how to better honour Earth and each other. Eating organic, plastic wrap free, locally grown root vegetables more often is always a good place to begin. Happy New Year! In warmth and hopefulness, Jill. Aram Hur At every moment, tears are falling. It is because of the joie de vivre. Although the ground of life is somewhere dry and barren, I have a strong belief that the seed of hope would grow and finally bear good fruits.
If we think we can do it, we have to do it. It is a humbling principle of my life and perhaps of the hope. To meet people with this warm feeling of hope is to plant a seed of hope. The obligations in our life might be challenging, probably most of the time, but we can still be hopeful when ordinary people bring out the best of human nature: courage, solidarity, altruism, generosity and love.
And it must be the task of the living to keep hope alive. Amidst the dark night of indifference, tragedy and disaster, it is possible for our extraordinary species to shine so magnificently.
And this is what I believe. The act and the issues around land ownership it addresses flared up as a topic of debate during the provincial election campaign. Promise to close 'loopholes'. Last fall P. A key issue is how government interprets and enforces a measure in the act to prevent corporations "directly or indirectly controlled by the same person, group or organization" from stacking up land limits in order to control more land.
Carver, a lawyer, said he's always understood the minister has the authority to deem corporations as related under the act, but other legal minds differ. Put the firmness in there," he told MLAs, advising them they have the power to make whatever changes are necessary in the legislation. Carver said he didn't understand changes made under the MacLauchlan government that meant the province was no longer collecting information on the identities of shareholders of provincially-registered corporations.
The King government has already begun reversing those changes. Carver said it's "essential" that the minister of agriculture and land has "the power to compel answers to questions such as 'who owns the land? Asked whether increasing land ownership limits would make it possible for Island farmers to become more profitable — a case made by Cavendish Farms president Robert Irving when he appeared before a P.
Recommendations not followed. Carver expressed disappointment talking about some recommendations from his report which have never been enacted by government including:. That the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission submit an annual report to cabinet on non-resident land ownership, and that the report be made available to the public. That the province establish a land bank to sell or lease land back to farmers something government is now working toward.
That the province establish a land trust to "preserve unique and cherished Island viewscapes," funded with a portion of land transfer taxes and IRAC fees. Instead of funding the purchase of more public land, Carver said the province is "reaping millions Extreme Sweet - Sandy Warez - Global Warning (File) millions of dollars in land transfer fees and a significant amount of dollars in IRAC fees," with the money going to general revenues.
After speaking for close to two-and-a-half hours, Carver said he would resume his self-imposed silence on the legislation and his review of it, leaving MLAs to decide what changes are needed. Opposition Leader Peter Bevan-Baker said a key for him will be to make sure corporate and land ownership become more transparent to Islanders.
We have not seen a report on land holdings since That's just not acceptable," Bevan-Baker said. Take Time for What Matters Here are some things that you might be interested in incorporating into your plan for While the outcome of this case has the potential to impact the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline, it is about so much more than a single project.
When dilbit spills into the environment, as it did in the Kalamazoo River oil spill, it seriously harms wildlife and communities. We say governments at all levels, provincial and federal, must be able Extreme Sweet - Sandy Warez - Global Warning (File) pass laws that protect the environment and communities from hazardous dilbit disasters.
To support this, Harry and I will be making a novel argument when we appear before the court on Thursday. This type of innovative thinking is one reason I am so proud to work for Ecojustice. Published on Tuesday, January 14th, At stake, the protesters say, is their way of life, their culture and their system of governance which was recognized by the Supreme Court of Canada in the landmark Delgamuukw decision in I remember when the Wet'suwet'en first erected the Unist'ot'en Camp to uphold the clans' decision to prevent Enbridge, Chevron and TransCanada from building pipelines on their unceded lands in Tensions rose as they built a blockade and confronted workers who attempted to cross it, saying they had no permission to be on their territory.
Last December, a report by the Guardian newspaper sent shock waves across Canada. The Guardian said it had uncovered documents showing that the RCMP discussed shooting Indigenous clan members and supporters, all in the service of gas and oil.
Is this reconciliation? Is this making amends for residential schools, colonialization, the taking of lands and wealth? You bet it's not. Shockingly, a tweet from the Unist'ot'en Camp stated today the RCMP has blocked roads for 27 kilometers leading up to the site, barring media from witnessing and documenting their actions. Pugliese has it right. Even without the Guardian 's report of the RCMP's apparent willingness to use lethal force to remove people from the blockade, the RCMP should not be allowed to stop journalists from witnessing their actions.
RCMP, let Canada's journalists in. Global Chorus Essay for January 16 William McDonough As a designer of things from the scale of a molecule to a region, I have great hope for our future. Design is the first signal of human intention. We must ask if our species, by design, intends to destroy the quality of our home, because, if so, we are strategically and intentionally tragic.
To have a strategy of hope, we have a new design framework to adopt, one that celebrates the abundance of Earth and human creativity rather than bemoans limits. The chemist Michael Braungart and I have dedicated ourselves to articulating the Cradle to Cradle framework, in which everything is designed for continuous reuse in biological or technical cycles; everything is renewably powered, clean water is available to all, and we celebrate diversity.
This allows us to joyfully become infinitely resourceful, physically and intellectually, led by profitable businesses that use currency on a mission to create intergenerational capital. We know how to convert sewage plants to nutrient management systems, allowing us to grow safe, healthy food in, under and around our cities. Such strategies portend magnificent productivity and quality delivered both efficiently and effectively while we allow our ecosystems to heal.
Our designs can focus on globally shared innovations and still reinforce and enhance local cultures, benefiting all scales of economic activity. I find hope for the future in wisdom from the past. See the moon and the stars. Now, think. It is time to plant an orchard of Cradle to Cradle opportunity to honour present and future generations. January 15 Rachel Parent, a young person fighting for the right to know if GMOs are in our food, wrote the essay.
The corporate mentality of profit and growth at all costs is having a devastating impact on our planet, from the dying off of our marine life, bee colony collapse, the melting of our glaciers, the deforestation of our rainforests and dislocation of natives, the contamination of our water and soil, and even the loss of control of our seeds and safe food supply.
The magnitude of the destruction can be overwhelming! I feel empowered knowing that I am part of a massive global shift in thinking for a better tomorrow. In order to fix the old problems, we need to find new solutions. We, as consumers, have the power!
As one of the youth, I can only allow myself to have hope for our future. To lose hope would mean giving up on the beauty of Nature and the miracle of life. Our goal must be to leave the Earth better than we found it. We owe this to ourselves and to the many generations that are yet to come. We live at an incredible moment in history.
Around the world, human ingenuity and entrepreneurship have made tremendous progress against some of the greatest challenges in development, as child mortality rates have fallen by 42 per cent and poverty rates by 48 per cent over the last twenty years. For the first time, we have the tools and knowledge to achieve goals that were simply unimaginable in the past: the eradication of extreme poverty and its most devastating consequences, including child hunger and preventable child death.
But the truth is that many people believe the opposite. Every day, I find myself making this case, battling the perception that politics today cannot support great moral aspirations, or that the world cannot come together to achieve these goals.
But in the last four years as administrator of the U. Agency for International Development, I have seen just the opposite. Around the world, we are mobilizing the energy of a new generation of students, inventors and entrepreneurs to deliver results on a greater scale than ever before.
From a church in inner-city Detroit that looks after an orphanage in Ghana to the nationwide response after super typhoon Haiyan, I have seen the depth of passion and support that communities everywhere have for global development.
And from St. Louis to Dakar to Delhi, I have seen people from all walks of life stand together as champions for this global task. Rajiv Shah, former administrator of the U. Agency for International Development, current president of the Rockefeller Foundation. And I think that most of us would be that. Well, simply because we have faced many other crises in the history of the world and have almost always, ultimately, survived and succeeded.
For instance, look at the whole question of slavery. There must have been a time when people believed firmly that this was a social system that was totally unchangeable.
We in South Africa have been able to overcome apartheid and racism. So, it is clear that we have the capacity. What we often lack is the political will. Take our incapacity to feed everyone on Earth, for example. We have got the means. We can feed every single person on Earth.
But we do not have the appropriate political will to do so. With regards to the whole question of the environment, people are campaigning very, very powerfully for us to adopt ways of life that are sustainable.
But even though politicians buckle to certain pressures, they are beginning more and more to realize that it is far better to be looking for renewable ways of producing energy. And many people are beginning to see that it is not just healthier, it is the one way in which our Earth home is going to be preserved. This is the only home we have. A person is a person through other persons. None of us can survive just as solitary individuals.
We are made for togetherness, we are made for co-operation, and we ultimately exist in a delicate network of interdependence. None of us comes fully formed into the world. In the same way, even the most powerful nation in the world depends ultimately on interconnectedness. Our world must heed this truth to harmoniously move forward.
Global Chorus essay for Janaury Humans are the most adaptable species on Earth, barring cockroaches. In our blink of historical time we have explored every inch of our globe. We have warded off hunger and cold and learned how to stave off illness. We are feeding seven billion people and leaving footprints on nearby planets. We can also predict the future through visualizing our effect on the planet.
I call this the adaptive advantage, because it means we can forecast changes we need to make if we are to survive. Climate models are telling us that our success has a downside, a fact that is already evident in widespread extreme weather events. The ecosystems on which we depend are struggling as we encroach upon them to extract resources. As we look forward we can also remember the past; human populations have expanded before, those societies often failed, and we know why.
They overstretched the capacity of the land to support their needs, and we are falling into the same pattern. Happily, the answers lie within and around us. We are treating the Earth as though civilization is a body that consumes goods and emits waste. But no body exists in a vacuum; waste has to go somewhere. Nature recycles waste to fuel the bodies within it. All that is required is for us to recognize that we live in a circular system, not a linear one.
This truth must percolate through all our realities, from economics to eating to energy production. If we can unite globally and meet this ultimatum, we stand a chance of adapting to climate change. If we instead give in to greed and conformity, Nature will choose against us. Global Chorus excerpt full essay below :. We are living through an age of ecological, social and personal crises, and the hour seems dark indeed.
We have walked this path for so long now that we no longer recognize the stories that have woven themselves into the very fabric of our lives.
Is there hope of us changing course before we join the rapidly growing list of species gone extinct? That I do not know, if I am honest. At this hour of the night, it is hard to see the dawn, inevitable as she is. What I do know is this: any hope we do have lies in our willingness to stand up to the challenges we face and the forces driving them, with skilfulness, intelligence, dignity, honour and great heart.
Now is not the time for half-measures or cowardice. Now is the time for effective action. This will involve billions of people doing billions of different things. We need everyone courageously following their calling, and sharing their unique gift with the world as passionately as they dare.
There is no one right way to act, no prescription. Simply do what you love and be of service to life. What is certain, however, is that we will need to localize our lives if we are to create healthy ecological systems, and we are going to have to radically alter the spirit in which we meet our needs if we want to create a world worth sustaining.
Therefore, I believe that Permaculture values and gift culture principles must be at the heart of whatever comes next. Anything less than that will be an absolute disservice to the community of life we share Earth with and, ultimately, to ourselves.
Morgan Spurlock wrote the essay for January 10th of Global Chorus. While governments or politicians may jockey and shift their values to get re-elected or to serve a corporate bottom line, I believe the power and influence of the common man will remain a constant.
The collective wisdom and bravery of a society can stand the test of time and topple any tyranny. We need to be willing to make sacrifices.
We need to be willing to do more with less. We need to shake complacency and apathy. But most of all, we need to embrace the idea and reality of the living Earth as a member of our own family. But as I grew older, I became blind to my surroundings and ignorant of my impact. It takes a wake-up call for us to understand a world bigger than ourselves. For me, that was the birth of my son. And because of him, I believe we can take these blinders off and collectively make the changes we need to build and grow our home.
To give him, and all of our children, the planet they deserve. At least, in my heart, that is my hope. As a child, I spent countless afternoons on the ocean shore examining tide pools. Watching these miniature ecosystems thrive, I marvelled at how even a brackish puddle can serve as a cradle of life.
A few years ago, I returned to the tide pools of my childhood, and I found them covered in algae and missing the diversity of life I once admired. My aquariums had transformed into dead zones in less than a generation. Our planet is changing rapidly. It will require new thinking, new expectations, new collaborations and, above all, ingenuity. This is the moment in history when the choices we make as individuals and as a generation will shape the future we inhabit.
I believe there is no greater aspiration than the one to protect our children and the quality of life they can expect from this uniquely beautiful place called Earth. There is always hope. Humans are wired to hope even in the most impossible circumstances. Sometimes it seems forlorn and foolish. Sometimes it is what gives us the energy to confront and survive the things which threaten us. I find myself wondering which kind I hold for the future.
I go around with a heart full of hope which, much of the time, seems to defy logic. Look at the things we are doing to ourselves, to each other, to the planetary systems which sustain us! We are digging ourselves into a pretty big hole. I feel time speeding up. Everywhere there appears to be more collapse, more chaos.
Brilliant people are trying to address the problems of environmental degradation and economic injustice. Even so, there are grace and dignity to be found in unexpected places.
There are inspirational human beings. There is love! Can we fix things? Not sure. Much is already beyond repair. Can we slow the rush toward becoming part of the Great Extinction that seems to be occurring?
I think so. Long enough to allow the brilliant among us to discover a remedy? We think of survivalism as being all about stockpiling canned goods and guns. The universe will continue on its course. The planet will carry on. With us? Without us? I hope with. Which sort of hope is that? Islander Anna Keenan, originally from Australia, wrote on Sunday, January 5th,on social media:.
To everyone asking me 'what can I do' about the Australian bushfires: the answer is to push your governments - local, provincial and national - for way more ambitious climate action. I've been working on this issue since We knew then that fire danger would increase. We are now, inexperiencing about 1 degree C of global warming.
And we've got another half a degree locked in. Australia's people and ecology are taking a HUGE climate hit this year. It will at least partially recover. This year is extreme, it's not a 'new normal' yet. However, we know now that if we do nothing, then the earth is heading for degrees of global warming.
In that scenario, what we are seeing this season would become 'normal'. Every year or so. It's not OK. Every part of the world has it's own impacts to consider: the melting arctic and alpine areas; the impacts of typhoons, hurricanes, cyclones and rising sea levels on the coasts; expanding deserts, floods. Farmers are often hit the hardest. And in every part of the world, what we are experiencing today is 'adaptable', at 1 degree of warming.
Insurance can pay for it if you're lucky enough to have it. Insurance premiums will become so unaffordable they'll make doing business impossible. So what can we do? We can avoid the most hellish scenarios if we put our best efforts in. And I don't mean just changing your lightbulbs.
We need political action to: 1 regulate and phase out the fossil fuel industry, 2 invest in energy efficiency, including re-localizing key parts of our economies food, leisure, manufacturingand 3 rapidly scale up the new, sustainable energy systems for electricity, heat and transport. To get this done, we'll need to look after transitioning workers, with retraining programs, support for sustainable entrepreneurship, and a basic income guarantee.
And we'll need to make it affordable for everyone to invest in the transition, with loan programs to cover the capital costs of things that pay for themselves in the long term: like insulation, solar and wind, electric vehicles. This is the Green New Deal. Anything less is unacceptable. He told me that things would not be easy for us, that the strangers would destroy the forest with their machines. So I learned from him and that is why I have been working for so many years to find a way to keep our communities, our Huaorani people, together.
Here, we have many problems with oil companies and the pollution they cause, as well as the impacts they have on our traditional way of life here in the Amazon forest. The Huaorani people have always lived in the forest.
We are the forest. It has been our home for thousands of years. It still is our home, even though now we know more about the cities and the things they offer. The young people in the community who saw these things were dazzled and wanted to leave, and I wondered what would be left of us and the way we used to live. My father told me that this would happen and I suppose that in some way I was prepared, maybe more prepared than the others. So we started to think of ways to keep people here in the community and not to lose our identity.
People call it tourism, but what we see is a way to keep things from falling apart, of letting people see what is happening to us. People tell me that this is happening all over the planet. The oil that the companies are taking out of the ground here in the Amazon is causing big problems, not just here but all around the world, and changing the climate. You can keep up with him via his Facebook page.
Here is a National Geographic article which discusses these these plans, and an update from last summer from CNN. Our solution is both simple and maybe the most difficult thing we have ever done. It is this: consume less, share more. If we consumed to meet our needs, not our wants, and remembered that true value is in noticing life rather than being noticed for what we own, we would chart a fully hopeful and sustainable future. Our societies would grow and contract where needed, depending on human and ecosystem needs and limits.
If we consumed less we would have more to share. Sharing between people, communities and nations would provide where local ecosystems cannot fully do so. What would we share? Wealth, goods, healing, knowledge, community, tolerance, compassion, forgiveness, restoration and reconciliation. The first step is modest but absolutely critical: you must reconnect to the Earth.
So, go outside. If you live in a city, find a green space. If you frequent green spaces, go farther out, into wilder spaces. Listen to the sounds of the ecosystem. It supports you. Breathe the air. Find water there, bend down to it and notice it. Indigenous elders say to introduce yourself to all the new water you meet.
Run your fingers through it. Sustainability of the Earth requires us to remember we are in a relationship of reciprocity with all of Nature. We need to rebuild that relationship. That stillness is a wordless knowing of who we are, separate from all the chatter, demands, goals, thoughts, fears, emotions and experiences that are always roiling around in our minds.
So stay there. And then keep going. It would be easy to slip into a spiral of cynicism and embrace the overriding notion that we are just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic as the band plays on. I have to reject that. And the reason I reject the temptation to yank the ejection handle and give up has nothing to do with me. The answer: they want to change the world. Smarter farming is cool, ecohouses made of innovative materials are cool, clothes made from recycled soft drink bottles are cool.
Cool ideas with sexy outcomes are the salvation, and the practitioners are all around us. The youth of today are inspired to change the world because they want to, not because we all need to. And that destination is a place we all need to get to. Besides, a little bit more cool and sexy is never a bad thing. The enormity of what is passing away is unspeakable. It is not merely species or ecosystems. It includes cultures, the seasons, civilization itself.
I see everywhere ordinary people who are willing to confront despair, power and incalculable odds in order to restore grace, justice and beauty to the world. Humanity is coalescing. It is reconstituting the world, and the action is taking place in schoolrooms, farms, jungles, villages, campuses, companies, refugee camps, deserts, fisheries and slums. No one knows how many groups and organizations are working on the salient issues of our day: climate change, poverty, deforestation, peace, water, hunger, conservation, human rights and more.
It is the largest movement the world has ever seen. Rather than control, it seeks connection. Rather than dominance, it strives to disperse concentrations of power. It provides hope, support and meaning to billions of people in the world. Its clout resides in ideas, not in force. It is made up of teachers, children, peasants, businesspeople, rappers, organic farmers, nuns, artists, government workers, fisher folk, engineers, students, incorrigible writers, weeping Muslims, concerned mothers, poets, doctors without borders, grieving Christians, street musicians and all who love life.
Forget that the task of planet-saving is not possible in the time required. Do what needs to be done, and check to see if it was impossible only after you are finished. Of course we CAN. The question is, will we?
We have indeed disturbed the balance of Nature everywhere, as environments are destroyed by the desperation of millions living in crippling poverty and the selfish unsustainable lifestyles of the rest of us.
Once young people are aware of the problems around them and empowered to take action, their energy, determination and commitment are boundless. They are changing the world one problem at a time, encouraging each other, influencing their parents and grandparents.
They will be the next doctors, lawyers, politicians and parents, and they know that while we need money to live, we should not live for money. The human spirit is indomitable. We shall not give up. Contact Us. Land Use Policy. Trans Canada Highway. Island Water. CANews Archive July
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