Compared to other renewable sources of energy, Gasification technology and solar power along with the well-talked about nuclear processes are on the way to becoming the leading renewable energy sources round the world in the near future. But which is ‘better’?
Gasification technology is not a new phenomenon; it’s actually been around for over one hundred years. It’s a natural way of combusting waste, whether household or commercial to produce clean energy worldwide in over twenty-six countries to date. ‘Syngas’ is produced from Gasification Technology. It allows for the breakdown of carbon-based material (such as plastic bags) to generate electricity, produce bio-fuels and power hydrogen fuel cells which is a common ‘drive’ in car production towards a cleaner future. Read more…
Gregg Braden presents a video showing cancer being cured in less than 3 minutes using the language of emotion. Using the technology of emotion that’s inside all of us and mirror that expection to the field that’s all around us. You must feel the feeling as if it has already happened.
These clips are from a presentation called “Language of the Divine Matrix” recorded in Italy, May 30th 2007.
Cancer can only manifest if we forget the true nature of who we really are. That is if we don’t live our lives the way that is best for us, that is true to us and if we keep doing that for too long. It’s not our fault it’s come to this. We have been deceived and deluded from the truth about who we really are. We just have to remember! We are doing that right now all over the planet.
More movies containing information on curing cancer:
Run From the Cure – Hemp Oil Cancer Cure
The Beautiful Truth – Gerson Cancer Cure
David Icke in Melbourne 2009 DVD2 – Salvestrol Cancer Cure
Electricity is something most people take for granted and don’t really have any idea how it’s generated. They just flip a light switch or plug into an outlet and pay the monthly bills for the service. This is amazing considering the fact that people lived without electricity for thousands of years. Even though we’ve only had this luxury for less than 200 years, most of us would have a hard time living without it. If something catastrophic happened or if you just want to live “off the grid”, what are some cool ways to provide the power you need for your own home?
1) Solar – If you live in an area with plentiful sunshine, solar panels would be a likely source to consider. There has been extensive research and advances in technology since solar power was first developed. However, this wouldn’t be a good choice for those who have limited sun. Read more…
When it comes to alternative energy, there is only one real viable alternative for our insatiable appetite of ‘black gold’ aka oil; that is the wonderful world of solar power. Many wonder why solar power hasn’t become the main focus for alternative energy solutions!
Did you know that…
Nine quadrillion, that’s (9,000,000,000,000,000) kilo watts of solar energy fall on the continental United States alone every hour. This is the equivalent energy available from 4.25 trillion barrels of oil per day. Source
Ask yourself, why isn’t this FREE energy being harvested and utilized for the betterment of society and humanity!!!
My belief is that we only have our beloved governments to thank and the corporate lobbyists of the big oil companies who do what they do behind closed doors to keep us, the little people from accessing any other alternative energy source besides oil.
Did you also know that…
The U.S military budget is $685.1 billion per year. That equates to $1.87 billion a DAY. Source
"Today, a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration — that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There is no such thing as death; life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves Read more…
So what is carbon-free energy. Let’s begin by explaining some common applications; wind turbines, wave energy, reservoirs, hydrogen fuel, solar farms, carbon-neutral energy carriers such as ethanol or bio-diesel, and even nuclear power. These are just some examples of carbon-free renewable energy. The purpose of all these methods is to combat the increase in greenhouse gas emissions and reduce our impact on the environment as a whole.
Coal plants are another candidate for the accolade of ‘carbon-free renewable energy’. However coal plants that sequester their carbon end up having the biggest carbon footprint, mostly because not all the carbon-dioxide gets captured before it enters the atmosphere. Nuclear power turns out to be the second-most carbon intensive.
There is a multitude of umbrella terms and pubic relations terms being used to promote the wonderful world of ‘carbon-free renewable energy’. One such umbrella term is ‘clean coal‘. Now if ever there was a funny oxymoron term, then ‘clean coal’ has to take the prize.
Other ridiculous oxymoron’s include; United Nations, virtual reality, clearly misunderstood, found missing, Microsoft works, and political promise to name but a few.
So how do we help to save the planet and our environment! – Continued
Put your children in charge of some of the energy saving and green tasks around the home – such as checking that lights and appliances are switched off, looking after the composting or feeding the birds – and reward them for doing well.
"Find something children enjoy and these habits are likely to last a lifetime."
Energy Smart Schoools
Ask the staff at your childs school to match your green efforts at home by cutting back on energy waste on campus. Some energy saving and environmental tips include; Read more…
Iraq may seem the central focus regarding the farcical ‘war on terror’ meme. However, Iraq happens to be one of the oldest cultures in the world. It is a place rich in heritage, the Garden of Eden and the Tower of Babel are said to have been sited in this ancient land. Not to mention ancient Mesopotamia (pre-Iraq) also gave us writing and the wheel.
There is however another quite remarkable device which dates back over 2,000 years; the Baghdad Battery. This device may have been used as a galvanic cell, perhaps used for electroplating objects and garnishing them with a gold or silver layer. The amazing part, if the battery was used for this purpose then it pre-dates Alessandro Volta’s 1800 invention of the electrochemical cell by more than a millennium.
So how do we help to save the planet and our environment! – Continued
Think Outside the Box: -
Our children are the generation of tomorrow. For this simple reason we must nurture, educate, and pamper to their every need.
A bored child can be brought to life by a simple cardboard box, which a fertile imagination can turn into anything from a den to a spaceship. Before you recycle the box, let your child have endless hours of fun with a simple cardboard box and some paint. Of course, this simple concept can be used for most household items which we throw away without even thinking twice about (milk cartons, cereal boxes, etc). You get the idea.
Go Green, Less is More: -
It requires much more land, water and energy to extract food from animals, than from vegetables. For example, in the USA it takes 140 litres of water to produce one kilogram of wheat, but a whopping 4,400 litres of water to produce a kilogram of beef.