Here is a list of some of the subjects I’ve studied. Below this list, in the same alphabetical order, are some of the references I’ve learned from.
















































#CompassionateDegrowth #PartyOfNOmore #HellNOpolitics


The New Abolitionism!/section1/item-1

Interrupt supply and demand

The pursuit of Legislation Transitioning, re-education and support for farmers and ranchers to grow plants and abandon livestock as commodities. These concentrated animal food operations and industrial animal Ag farms often use fish meal and silage from ocean trawling bycatch to feed to cows and other animals, turning these land animals into consumers of fish that adds to the overfishing supply and demand chain.

Seaspiracy film

Is Your Diet Destroying the Ocean?

These groups are attempting to influence legislators and consumers to help the farmers transition

Australian Youth Action May 18th, 2019 TODAY! #StopAdani – #VoteClimate – #ClimateElection


Ancient giant wombats – marsupials of Australia – extinct 45,000 y – 10 ft long weigh 7,000 lbs – made long migrations – vegetarians

From Climate Healers





DNA animal restoration, great pic of Wooley Mammoth…1.0..0.229.301.1j0j1……0….2j1..gws-wiz…..10..35i39.d6u7–ssKEM

News aggregators of mass die-offs:

(See Oceans)


Humans could have began 900,000 years ago

540- Earliest Human DNA evolve from

Last 6 min: explains our origins came from a mass extinction 8 million years ago.

About minute 4 explain our species estimated about 400,000 years ago.

Carol R. Ember

July 23, 2014

Hunter-gatherers with higher population densities have more warfare than those with low population densities. Similarly, more complex hunter-gatherer societies have more warfare than simpler hunter-gatherers (Nolan 2003, 26; R. C. Kelly 2000, 51–52; Fry 2006, 106)

What are hunter-gatherers of recent times generally like?

Based on the ethnographic data and cross-cultural comparisons, it is widely accepted that recent hunter-gatherer societies

  • are fully or semi-nomadic.
  • live in small communities.
  • have low population densities.
  • do not have specialized political officials.
  • have little wealth differentiation.
  • are economically specialized only by age and gender.
  • usually divide labor by gender, with women gathering wild plants and men fishing and almost always doing the hunting.

All about Homosapiens. Lots of declarative info.

History of latter Homo sapiens

Earliest human lineage of human 540 million years ago

315,000 years

“My reading about life in many different hunter-gatherer cultures has led me to conclude that their work is play for four main reasons: (1) It is varied and requires much skill and intelligence. (2) There is not too much of it. (3) It is done in a social context, with friends. And (4) (most significantly) it is, for any given person at any given time, optional.” – Peter Gray PhD, Research Professor at Boston College[1].” You can email the author, see link on page.

H-G lived life spans were in the 50-70 year range, but had high infant mortality rates—akashic.html

Ecuadorian Amazon Waorani Tribe Legal Victory is a Win for the World

Stating h-g/civilization ratio

Early migrations mercator – List of first human settlements – Wikipedia


LIKELY Arctic Sea Ice melt 2018/2019???

Arctic sea-ice gone 2019

Some hope with trend that there will not be a complete blue ocean event 2018

Arctic Temp rise from loss of ice albedo/radiative forcing–albedo_feedback figure 15

10 degree C rise by 2021

18°C temp rise by 2026

LIKELY Arctic Sea Ice melt 2018/2019???

Some hope with trend that there will not be a complete blue ocean event 2018

Arctic Temp rise from loss of ice albedo/radiative forcing–albedo_feedback figure 15

Arctic Refreeze

Restoring Arctic ice could be powerful lever…

Water pumps to refreeze the Arctic


Silicon Beads

Calcium carbonate in high altitudes

Methane – Just have a think

Methane – Natalia Shakhova

Methane – Natalia Shakhova – ESAS

Methane eating microbes

All about the Arctic from Paul Beckwith

Harvesting, towing, bracing icebergs

Using tugboats

Jan 10, 2020

Buildup ice in Arctic

See above for graph on CO2 and Temp



How to clone a mammoth


Graham Hancock – America Before


Mesopotamia and Egypt: 3100 BC

In about 3200 BC the two earliest civilizations develop in the region where southwest Asia joins northeast Africa. Great rivers are a crucial part of the story. The Sumerians settle in what is now southern Iraq, between the mouths of the Euphrates and the Tigris.

Anthropologists to study humanity’s biggest crises


  1. S. Constitution First Amendment:


Giants: Who really rules the world?



Causes of Climate Change | Climate Change Science | US EPA


ACC happened 12700 years ago

See above for graph on CO2 and Temp



‘Climate crisis’ is the message that voters most respond to, brain study reveals –

The phrase “climate crisis” engages voters emotionally better than either “climate change” or “global warming.” That’s the new finding from the brain science startup SPARK Neuro …

The way back to 280 ppm

Climate plan – what to do

Climate plan summary


Soil restoration


Silicon Beads

Calcium carbonate in high altitudes

Methane eating microbes


10 things we can do

33) Reflective material

Cloud Albedo Modification Enhancement


Deforestation is the large-scale clearing of land, generally for agriculture, industry, or transportation.

Cattle ranching, animal agriculture, and logging are the leading causes of deforestation in our forests. Land is cut or burned to make room for cattle grazing, feed crop production, and timber to build houses and create specialty wood products.

The constant destruction of our forests threatens biodiversity, decreases carbon absorption, magnifies natural disaster damage, and disrupts water cycles.

Livestock operations occupy 45 percent of the global surface area, and an additional 10 percent is dedicated to growing feed crops for those animals.

Nearly 60 percent of the world’s arable land is used for beef production alone, which requires large amounts of land used for cattle grazing and cultivating feed crops like soy.

Though it is difficult to pinpoint an exact number of how many trees are cut down each year, the estimate is between 3.5 to 7 billion.

Agricultural expansion accounts for nearly 30 percent of this estimate, including growing crops for livestock and clearing land for grazing.

Based on recent discussions in the media, it is sometimes thought that the largest threat to our rainforests is due to palm oil (used for food and biofuel) or wood (for paper and construction), but beef production surpasses them both as the largest contributor to deforestation.

Around 6.7 million acres of tropical forests are bulldozed or burned for cattle production each year. This accounts for over half of deforestation in South America and is more than five times as destructive as any other commodity in the region.




Energy patents exposed

Compact fusion reactor

See and read the patents of Inventor, Salvatore Cezar Pais

700- Energy – Top 10 Energy Sources – YouTube




Sweden using garbage:

“The area of the Arctic Ocean is about 107 km2 [3.8 million miles2]. If the wind-powered pumps are to be distributed across 10 percent of that area, this would necessitate about 10 million wind-powered pumps; if distributed across the entire Arctic, about 100 million would be needed.

[I]t would require a wind turbine with blades on order 6 metres in diameter [19 feet], with weight on the order of 4,000 kg of steel [8,818 pounds]. To keep this afloat would require the buoy contain a roughly equal weight of steel. As a round number, we estimate about 10,000 kg of steel [22,046 pounds] would be required per device.”

They add that to build a fleet of 10 million pumps, it would require roughly 10 million tons of steel per year. If you wanted to deploy pumps over the entire Arctic, you’d need 100 million tons of steel per year.

For comparison, the US currently produces about 80 million tons of steel annually, and world production of steel is 1,600 million.

Yep, it’s just… wow.

This isn’t the first time that researchers have seriously considered ‘geoengineering’ the Arctic in response to human-caused warming.

Previous proposals have included artificially whitening the Arctic by dispersing bright aerosol particles over the ice to help reflect solar radiation back into space, or creating artificial clouds above the region that would prevent the heat from getting to the surface in the first place – something that NASA is about to do to investigate aurorae.

This new project has an estimated price tag of around US$500 billion, which means multiple governments around the world would have to commit funds to pay for the astronomical costs of setting up what is essentially a giant air-conditioning system around the Arctic.

Particulates in the Air,22

What industry wants


The report said that humanity had killed off 60 percent of all mammals, birds, fish, and reptiles since I was born in the early 1970s.

in Central and South America, where wildlife populations have collapsed by 89 percent in less than half a century.

Climate change hurts women more

Dementia related to air pollution?

China’s air pollution deaths


Biological Annihilation, Nt’l Academy of Sciences, USA

Last Extinction Event 65 Million Years Ago–Paleogene_extinction_event

  • Species are becoming extinct 100 times faster than they would without human impacts.
  • Populations of wild animals have more than halved since 1970, while the human population has doubled.
  • Only five times before in our planet’s history have so many species and so much biodiversity been lost so quickly. The fifth was when the dinosaurs were wiped out. That is why scientists and conservationists call what is happening now the ‘sixth mass extinction’. Some have even described the loss of biodiversity today as ‘biological annihilation’.

Seventy thousand years ago, a supervolcanic eruption may have driven humanity to the brink of extinction.

Near term human extinction

David Attenborough: collapse of civilisation is on the horizon | Environment | The Guardian


Consequences of the Industrial Revolution

The statistics that reflect the effects of industrialization are staggering. In 1700, before the widespread use of fossil fuels, the world had a population of 670 million people. By 2011 the world’s population had reached 6.7 billion, a 10-fold increase in a mere 300 years. In the 20th century alone, the world’s economy grew 14-fold, the per capita income grew almost fourfold, and the use of energy expanded at least 13-fold. This kind of growth has never before occurred in human history.

WW I and WW II

July 28, 1914 – November 11, 1918

World War I (often abbreviated as WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War or the Great War, was a global war originating in Europe that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918.

April 6, 1917

The United States declared war on Germany on April 6, 1917, more than two and a half years after World War I started.

November 11, 1918

Germany had formally surrendered on November 11, 1918, and all nations had agreed to stop fighting while the terms of peace werenegotiated. On June 28, 1919, Germany and the Allied Nations (including Britain, France, Italy and Russia) signed the Treaty of Versailles, formally ending the war.



Peat is the world’s most polluting fossil fuel, with an emissions intensity higher than that of coal. Ireland is home to three peat-fired power stations.

Ninety-nine percent of Ireland’s original peat bogs have been destroyed for fuel.

Ireland is the least forested country in Europe.


Why-do-some-intelligent-people-fail-to-achieve-their-potential – Quora

Sean Kernan, Son of Quora


Global Dimming not as bad as reported



State Dept. doc on climate change blocked by Exec Branch officials

Contained therein are misleading statements and projections; failure to recognize all variables and factors of exponential non-linear rapid climate and ecological collapse, but it’s the State Department, not Dr. McPherson creating this tepid analysis as guidance.



“No animal in nature will purposefully foul its own nest unless it is sick. Humanity has been purposefully fouling its own nest since they began to use money and fouls its own nest to make money. Money is making humanity sick.


Why we’re not responding to climate change

cognitive bias

Primal instinct to survive

Hysterical strength

Self-destructive behavior

An interesting phenomenon sometimes occurs in social animals. Animals in a social group (of kin) often work cooperatively in order to survive, but when one member perceives itself as a burden for an extended period of time, it may commit self-destructive behavior.[7] This allows its relatives to have a better chance at survival, and if enough close relatives survive, then its genes get indirectly passed on anyways.[7] This behavior works in the exact opposite direction of the survival instinct and could be considered a highly altruistic behavior evolved from a cooperative group. Self-destructive behavior is not the same as risk-taking behavior (see below in Social implications), although risk taking behavior could turn into destructive behavior.


is a behavior or set of behaviors that ensures the survival of an organism.[1] It is universal among all living organisms.[citation needed] Pain and fear are integral parts of this mechanism. Pain motivates the individual to withdraw from damaging situations, to protect a damaged body part while it heals, and to avoid similar experiences in the future.[2] Most pain resolves promptly once the painful stimulus is removed and the body has healed, but sometimes pain persists despite removal of the stimulus and apparent healing of the body; and sometimes pain arises in the absence of any detectable stimulus, damage or disease.[3] Fear causes the organism to seek safety and may cause a release of adrenaline,[4][5] which has the effect of increased strength and heightened senses such as hearing, smell, and sight. Self-preservation may also be interpreted figuratively, in regard to the coping mechanisms one needs to prevent emotional trauma from distorting the mind (see Defence mechanisms).

Even the most simple of living organisms (for example, the single-celled bacteria) are typically under intense selective pressure to evolve a response that would help avoid a damaging environment, if such an environment exists. Organisms also evolve while adapting – even thriving – in a benign environment (for example, a marine sponge modifies its structure in response to current changes, in order to better absorb and process nutrients). Self-preservation is therefore an almost universal hallmark of life. However, when introduced to a novel threat, many species will have a self-preservation response either too specialised, or not specialised enough, to cope with that particular threat.[citation needed] An example is the dodo, which evolved in the absence of natural predators and hence lacked an appropriate, general self-preservation response to heavy predation by humans and rats, showing no fear of them.


4.33 Active Internet users 2019

  • There are 4.1 billion Internet users in the world as at December 2018. This is compared to 3.9 billion Internet users in mid 2018 and about 3.7 billion Internet users in late 2017.
  • May 24, 2020 4.79 billion frequent Internet users
  • Asia has the most Internet users of all continents — accounting for 49 percent of all Internet users (down from about 50 percent in 2017 and up from about 48 percent mid 2018). Europe is a runner up with 16.8 percent of all Internet users.
  • China has the most Internet users of all country. At over 802 million Internet users at the time of writing this, China currently accounts for almost 20 percent of Internet users worldwide. It is trailed by India, with over 500 million Internet users.

It is estimated that the internet will consume a fifth of the world’s electricity by 2025.


97% Scientist agree

Human caused

The IPCC report warned that to meet the agreed target of preventing global warming of more than 1.5 degrees Celsius, global greenhouse gas emissions would need to fall to zero within thirty years. This would require “rapid and far-reaching” transformations across the world in the use of land, energy, industry, buildings, transport, cities, and virtually everything else.


How they built the Inca stone walls

stone forest – Kunming china

Markawasi Peru – stone forest


Excellent recent podcast on the Carbon Bootprint of the militaries of the world, war-making and Warfighting of the “Everywhere War”

Also Recently, a useful paper was published on Logistics and Acquisitions:


Steamship public domain photo: page for author [Public domain]

Item is held by John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.

SS Agamemnon (1865)


There are different opinions about older Homo sapiens verses newer Homo sapiens but even if we go back only as far as the 70,000 years of what are considered Homo sapiens like us, and consider a generation to be 25 years, then people like us lived on Earth for 2,800 generations as hunter-gatherers without destroying nature. Verses our civilization that began around 7,000 years ago and has destroyed nature – which is seen in the destruction we see today and is only 280 generations. Going back the full 315,000 years yields 12,800 generations. Our civilization that uses money



Analysis of electrical brainwaves

Sound waves can heal brain disorders

Scientists Discover That Our Brain Waves Can Be Sent by Electrical Fields

Brain waves encode rules for behavior

One of the biggest puzzles in neuroscience is how our brains encode thoughts, such as perceptions and memories, at the cellular level. Some evidence suggests that ensembles of neurons represent each unique piece of information, but no one knows just what these ensembles look like, or how they form.

Brain waves can be used to detect potentially harmful personal information

A researcher is working to advance research to develop secure user authentication methods, by looking at using brain waves as individual identifiers. However, those brain waves can tell more about a person than just his or her identity, warns this expert.

Wireless transmission is electrical

Money and Cocaine

The Joy of Giving w/fMRI

EEG measuring electrical in brain

Effects of money on people

No one knows for sure who first invented such money, but historians believe metal objects were first used as money as early as 5,000 B.C. Around 700 B.C., the Lydians became the first Western culture to make coins. Other countries and civilizations soon began to mint their own coins with specific values.

Who Invented Money? | Wonderopolis

Google search: behavior changes caused by money

Top of Form

In this video Prof. Rosling shows that people live in very different income levels. The poorest live in less than 1 dollar a day. Many people live with 10 dollars a day, while other live with 100 dollars a day.

There are around 1 billion people in the world who live with less than 1 dollar per day. More than half of the world population lives with less than 10 dollars a day. And some people live with more than 100 dollars per day.

90% of the world’s total wealth is concentrated among only 20% of its population, leaving about 6.2 billion people struggling for the 10% that’s left over.
And while 9 out of 10 persons on this planet fight for their survival, at the very same moment and only a dice roll away, 48% of the global wealth is owned by the richest 1%. For everyone thinking right now about the typical North-South divide or buzzwords like ,,Third-World” versus ,,Developed-World”, be aware that the gap between privileged and non-privileged is becoming bigger and bigger in countries considered wealthy on an international level, too.

But this is not a gap of abstract numbers and complex data: Zooming in again to Piff’s TED Talk, he elaborates how his study indicates that richer people are less likely to share their wealth, while their empathy level is on a decline. Thus, wealthier people have a higher tendency to lie, cheat, and look away in times of their neighbour’s need.

Money site to explore (thinks like me)—akashic.html

Among the negative effects are low self-esteem and impaired cognitive functioning. That means you can’t learn, remember, be attentive or solve problems as well when you’re freaking out over your water bill.

And get this – debt can hurt. I mean, really hurt.

A study of 33,720 U.S. households published in the January 2016 edition of Psychology Science found that those with higher levels of unemployment were more likely to purchase over-the-counter pain killers.

Money $cripts

Why is it that so many of us have every intention of achieving our goals, but don’t always make choices or take the financial actions needed to make them real? As I discuss in my webinar, “Change Your Mind, Change Your Money,” our financial choices are largely the result of conditioning. Conscious Finance author, Rick Kahler, calls this conditioning, “Money Scripts.”

“If you think of an unconscious belief as a script, it’s easy to understand it as a set of instructions written by someone else,” says Kahler. “Actors are given scripts, which they rehearse until they can follow them perfectly. In the same way, we blindly follow our money scripts. We’ve learned our parts well, and we faithfully act them out,” he adds.

Money scripts are the result of conditioning that began to take place from the moment we were born. Far too often, we go straight to the numbers when it comes to our finances. That not only doesn’t solve the right problem, but it also prevents us for seeing what’s driving our choices in the first place.

There are:

  • Childhood Scripts: Our parents and primary caregivers hold specific beliefs and attitudes about money which help to form our own. We often don’t realize how impactful these early imprints are on our brains.
  • Social Scripts: We are also influenced by social messages and the media about the things we must have and do. Our brains literally compare our lives to our neighbors. Factors like gender and race also have a tremendous impact on the messages and stereotypes that society creates for us about our financial possibilities and behaviors…More importantly, our beliefs about ourselves.
  • The Songs We Play in our Heads: “I’ll never understand the financial markets.” “Money will always be a struggle.” “My children will not succeed if they don’t have this experience.” That little voice in the head is one of your worst enemies when it comes to financial wellness. It’s incessant and destructive tunes unconsciously lead us to make decisions that make them true, for better or worse.

Causes rich to think money is necessary, genetics and IQ, higher class, 7 deadly sins,

Barter system

Number 1 cause of stress in America

Christopher Doll;series:Assets;demographic:age;population:all;units:levels


Around 11% of the world’s electricity is generated by about 450 nuclear power reactors. About 60 more reactors are under construction, equivalent to about 15% of existing capacity. In 2017 nuclear plants supplied 2487 TWh of electricity, up from 2477 TWh in 20161

39) Massive Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown Radiation destroying Ozone layer in Earth Atmosphere

Nuclear power in a warming world

Storage bags holding radioactive water washes away in Typhoon that hit Japan

Biological Annihilation – Fukushima

San Onofre nuclear power plant

More than 4,000 tons of radioactive waste are stored at San Onofre – closed in June 7, 2013 . “built to withstand a 7.0 magnitude earthquake directly under the plant”.

Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository plan was terminated in 2008

How much waste is produced?

The volume of high-level radioactive waste (HLW) produced by the civil nuclear industry is small. The IAEA estimates that 370,000 tonnes of heavy metal (tHM) in the form of used fuel have been discharged since the first nuclear power plants commenced operation. Of this, the agency estimates that 120,000 tHM have been reprocessed. The IAEA estimates that the disposal volume of the current solid HLW inventory is approximately 22,000m3.1 For context, this is a volume roughly equivalent to a three metre tall building covering an area the size of a soccer pitch.

460 commercial Nuclear power reactors worldwide. 100 on coastal shorelines.

450 nuclear power reactors: Number of Operable Reactors Worldwide

Not including those on nuclear warships. (check)

Compact fusion reactor used on ships


Ocean global conveyor belt slow down

BluePrint (PDF)×30-blueprint-report.pdf


Mass aquatic dieoffs

Ken Balcomb of Washington State (I remember his orca census flyers that were distributed at Redondo and Des Moines Marinas in the Seventies) was a Witness to Strandings or beachings:


August 27, 2019, with daily readings for atmospheric CO2 at the Mauna Loa … Correction of the May 4 2019 Post re: Record CO2 level above 415 ppm

Global carbon emissions in 2018 are set to hit an all-time high of 37.1bn tonnes

The rise is due to the growing number of cars on the roads and a renaissance of coal use and means the world remains on the track to catastrophic global warming. However, the report’s authors said the emissions trend can still be turned around by 2020, if cuts are made in transport, industry and farming emissions.

Gary Null nails the oil companies


Population chart of civilized man Joe Weisenthal, Mar 10,2011

Year 1804 pop reaches 1 billion:

World pop growth chart I could only find at It says there that the image was saved by Brian Kiehm.…1.0..0.73.362.6……1….1..gws-wiz-img…….0i10i24.t-MzcGTCWRA#imgrc=hhIsiLTvPmUhEM:

Jesus time world population:…4.0..0.121.1882.25j1……0….1..gws-wiz…..6..0i71j35i39j0i67j0i131j0i10j38j0i30j0i10i30j0i20i263.F5osuOASnYQ

Dunbars number = 150

Current USA pop = 327 million/7,700,000,000 = 4.25%

World population

1750 = 700,000,000

1804 = 1,000,000,000

1850 = 1.2 billion

1870 = 1.4 billion

1900 = 1.5 to 1.7 billion

1930 = 2.07

Doubled since 1972

Tripled since 1950 = 2.55

1945 = 2.43 billion = end of WW II

2.55×2=5.1 = 1989



2020 Growth rate = 1.05%

19502.55 billion
19552.8 billion
19603 billion
19653.3 billion
19703.7 billion
19754 billion
19804.5 billion
19854.85 billion
19905.3 billion
19955.7 billion
19996 billion
20066.5 billion
20096.8 billion
20117 billion
20187.63 billion
20258 billion
20439 billion
208310 billion
210011.2 billion

My estimate for people to get CHIP going

Aug 24, 2014 – A report compiled from World Atlas calculated that there were 4,416 cities in the world with a population of over 150,000. Total number of cities might be somewhere around 50 000. There are only 192 countries in the world, and a medium sized country has 300-400 cities.

Google searches show about 4500 cities in the world over 150,000 and about 50,000 cities under 150,000. My calculations show that we could this well underway with about a half-million people worldwide. If, to begin with we started with 5 people per the smaller cities that would be 250,000 people and if we started with 50 people for each of the cities that are larger that would be about 225,000. So, we would have roughly around half a million people who could work together and begin this process for how we can save the world. But just to throw in a safety factor lets multiply that amount by 10 and say that we need 5 million to start.

But it should start here in the US. The United States has 14 cities with more than a million people, 335 cities with between 100,000 and 1 million people, and 4115 cities with between 10,000 and 100,000 people. My calculations show that we could get this well underway with 10,000 of us working on it part time here in the US.

How many Alive total on Earth

The good news is that the authors aren’t convinced we’re doomed. Pamlin and Armstrong are of the view that humans have a long time left — possibly millions of years: “The dinosaurs were around for 135 million years and if we are intelligent, there are good chances that we could live for much longer,” they write. Roughly 108 billion people have ever been alive, and Pamlin and Armstrong estimate that, if humanity lasts for 50 million years, the total number of humans who will ever live is more like 3 quadrillion.

Baby Boomers 1946-1964 = 18 yrs

Baby Boom Generation – United States American History


Journalism professor Piers Robinson exposes propagandists—including “Integrity Initiative”



  1. Quote: “There are some things which it is a gain to lose, and a loss to gain.” Tao Te Ching.
  2. Quote: “A mighty tree grows from a tiny seed.” Tao Te Ching.
  3. Quote: “True words are often unpleasant; pleasant words are often untrue.” Tao Te Ching.
  4. Quote: “Humanity is the child of Earth; Earth is the child of the universe; The universe is the child of Tao” Tao Te Ching.
  5. Quote: “If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.” – Zig Ziglar
  6. Quote: “Sometimes – history needs a push” – Vladimir Lenin
  7. Quote: “All the forces in the world are not so powerful as an idea whose time has come.” – Victor Hugo
  8. Quote: “Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.” – H.G. Wells
  9. Quote: “Nothing can be loved or hated unless it is first understood.” – Leonardo da Vinci
  10. Quote: “There are none so blind as those who will not see” – Proverb recorded in 1546
  11. It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change. – Charles Darwin

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. – Albert Einstein

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ~ Buckminster Fuller

“Whatever way you look at it, we live on a dying planet. But dying does not actually mean dead. Despite all the damage that people have done to planet Earth in the last 100 or so years, the Earth can repair itself if we do the right things.” – John Kennedy

Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science.

If something is physically possible then it is possible. It’s the human mind that makes it impossible. While the physics cannot be changed, the human mind can be changed. – A.S.


Conducted in 1968 by John Calhoun

In 1968 John Calhoun put 8 white mice into a specially constructed utopia type of mouse cage he called Universe 25. In the cage the mice flourished because there was a never-ending supply of food and water and many little mice condos. There were no predators or threats. The population doubled every two months. Before a year they numbered 620. At day 315 their numbers began to decline. The mice attacked each other and even their own babies. In 1970 the last baby was born. In 1973 the last mouse died.



Prior to the last fifty years or so humanity’s knowledge of our history prior to written language was primarily absorbed from stories of creation that different cultures had. and came from the Bible, the Torah, the Qur’an, the Dao, Hindu, Buddhism, American Native and many other sources.

According to Quranic creation narrative, God informed the … Iblis, the future devil, plays a significant role . Qur’an. Koran. Although its roots go back further, scholars typically date the creation of Islam to the 7th century, making it the youngest of the major world …

The story of Creation in the first book of the Old Testament, compared in detail with the Qur’anic narrative of the same event.


Natalia Shakhova – Credentials

Paul Beckwith – climate system science educator

Professor Emeritus Guy McPherson – conservation biologist

Ocean Physicist, Dr. Peter Wadhams

Stuart Scott, Environmental Educator,Exec. Director and Founder

Stuart Scott, Facing Future.TV

Stuart Scott, Exec. Director and Founder United Planet Faith and Science Initiative

Dr. James Hansen, Formerly director of NASA

Proverbs 29:18

Where there is no vision, the people perish:…



    10 methods technology can be used to solve our problems – by MIT


    Robert Downey Jr. apparently sees AI robotics and tech as part of the solution to the ecological emergency.

    “Between robotics and technology, we could probably clean up the planet significantly, if not entirely, within a decade,” – Robert Downey Jr.;

    Another type of RCI

    AI 5G

    Dr. Naomi Wolf discusses laws passed in the States that give Telecom corporations unprecedented legal rights and caps on their leases to have wide access with 5G. Start at 20min.30second mark

    State 5G Laws

    “Millitech — a Northampton, Massachusetts, company that specializes in millimeter wave technology — has been working on military and aerospace projects for nearly 40 years. But like multi-beam antennas, it’s new territory for the telecom industry.”

    5G health and safety concerns

    Generation Zapped documentary trailer–B892JwcFBmQ?view_as=subscriber

    Academic persons that have information on 5G:

    Dr Joel Moskowitz, a public health professor at the University of California, Berkeley


    Professor Dava Newman on AI help Earth

    says she’s working on A.I. to help us with Earth systems, starting with oceans, then land and air

    Full episode

    “Published on Nov 22, 2019

    Dava Newman is the Apollo Program professor of AeroAstro at MIT and the former Deputy Administrator of NASA and has been a principal investigator on four spaceflight missions. Her research interests are in aerospace biomedical engineering, investigating human performance in varying gravity environments. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. This episode is presented by Cash App. Download it, use code LexPodcast. You get $10 and $10 is donated to FIRST, one of my favorite nonprofit organizations that inspires young minds through robotics and STEM education. INFO: Podcast website: Apple Podcasts: Spotify: RSS: Full episodes playlist:… Clips playlist:… EPISODE LINKS: Dava Twitter: Dava Web: OUTLINE: 0:00 – Introduction 3:11 – Circumnavigating the globe by boat 5:11 – Exploration 7:17 – Life on Mars 11:07 – Intelligent life in the universe 12:25 – Advanced propulsion technology 13:32 – The Moon and NASA’s Artemis program 19:17 – SpaceX 21:45 – Science on a CubeSat 23:45 – Reusable rockets 25:23 – Spacesuit of the future 32:01 – AI in Space 35:31 – Interplanetary species 36:57 – Future of space exploration CONNECT: – Subscribe to this YouTube channel – Twitter: – LinkedIn: – Facebook: – Instagram: – Medium: – Support on Patreon: “ –

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    May 24, 2019 – #ClimateStrike – #FridaysForFuture – #SchoolStrike4Climate


    UAP/UFO phenomena – some of the secret-keepers:

    Dr. Ronald Pandolphi ( CIA “Weird Desk” scientist, counter-intelligence and handler )

    Jim Semivan (CIA)

    Christopher “Chris” Mellon (CIA & Sec. of Defense)

    Luis Elizondo (US Marine & Counter-Intel DIA)

    To The Stars Academy : TTSA

    Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Robert P. Ashley Jr.

    Senator Harry Reid (Ret. US Senate)

    Dr. Steven Greer (ER MD – Sirius)

    Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind: Human and Alien Peaceful Voluntary Contact

    Dr. Steven Greer’s new CE-5 film project


    “A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gases, but global acidification, eutrophication, land use and water use.” – Joseph Poore

    “It is far bigger than cutting down on your flights or buying an electric car, which would only reduce greenhouse gas emissions.” – Joseph Poore

    “Avoiding consumption of animal products delivers far better environmental benefits than trying to purchase sustainable meat and dairy,” – Joseph Poore

    Lecture 3: Joseph Poore – “Addressing Climate Through Food”:

    345-How much does animal agriculture and eating meat contribute to global warming?


    Between economics



    Joe Rogan, Randall Carlson, Graham Hancock Impact Hypothesis Subfossil trees


    Map of impacts