Jefferdaughter (el 01/12/14 a las 4:44 am)
A small side note: bio-char is most useful in tropical climates. In
temperate climates, carbon is most effectively sequestered in soil by
restoring the natural relationship between grazing & browsing herbivores
and the plant and soil life that co-evolved with them. In addition to
reducing atmospheric carbon, this re-inocculates dead soils or those low in
bilogical activity, increases soil fertility, reduced wind and water
erosion, restores the hydrolic cycle, etc. The interaction between the
diverse and numerous soil organisms, photosynthesizing plants, and massive
herds of large herbivores created the tremendous soil fertility- soil that
was once many feet deep, and has been essentially mined by extractive
agricultural practices, starting with the reduction of the Fertile Crescent
to desert. Herbivores living in natural relationship with their habitiat
produce little methane compared to feedlotted livestock or livestock in
CAFOS - and what they do produce (in cattle & most others via eructation
aka belching, not via flatulance) is absorved by the pasture/ grassland/
steppe/ priarie/ savanah. Wetlands, like marshes & swamps, are critcally
important eco-systems & wildlife habitats but wetlands produce a lot of
methane. The creation of bio-char releases carbon and other pollutants
into the atmosphere.
BuzzBroz (el 01/08/14 a las 6:19 am)
Enjoyed this very much. I commend UFO TV for acknowledging that saving
humanity's sorry ass is why UFOs are here in the first place.
Jefferdaughter (el 01/12/14 a las 4:48 am)
Prior to 'modern' times, most humans that died early died of
'civilization': disease from living too close to too many other humans, in
one spot, where the local eco-system could not assimilate and recycle their
waste effectively - wells in towns & cities contaminated with human feces,
for instance. And political heirarchy, resulting in poverty. And war,
resulting in death, disease, and poverty. And malnourishment stemming from
all of the above - and from people losing the natural relationship with
their 'life-support system' - the land and waterways that provided them
with everything they needed to thrive.
Jefferdaughter (el 01/12/14 a las 4:26 am)
Though provoking. Sadly, it helps perpetuate some of the 'Big Lies' that
are key to sustaining the disfunctional status quo: that we must destroy
our planet & exploit others OR shiver in the back of a damp dark cave.
There IS an option: work with the natural world, rather than trying to
decepticlone (el 29/10/14 a las 6:40 pm)
I agree with previous posters; UFO TV has become silly. Yes, we need love
and consciousness. But, you do realize what happens when 100% of the
population of the earth attains enlightenment and total love, don't you?
One of us humans becomes corrupt and begins corrupting the others and you
then have a weak hippy populace incapable of protecting themselves from
those who have become corrupt and you get genocide.
Nada Hijazi (el 20/12/14 a las 4:23 am)
Evolving prespective on g the new age
Watch - share beyound 2012 -- i truth
SG .Hedge (el 13/08/14 a las 12:51 am)
Great movie. Learned a lot and enjoyed it. Shared and liked!!
Juan L euson (el 17/10/14 a las 3:08 pm)
Amezing LOVE I share with you....
michael trent (el 24/05/14 a las 8:57 pm)
mercury venus the moon and mars have all warmed up exactly the same amount
as the earth. i dont think my neighbors suv has caused this. yes science
can and will negate greenhouse gases and other pollution issues. all the
scare tactics of the far left are ploys to further social and economic
control and i reject them. all the one percenters must die
chris hilton (el 08/07/14 a las 8:26 am)
this is the worst shit ive ever seen, predictions with no basis of evidence
to support it. don't waste your time yall