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Re: Pollution
« Reply #135 on: November 26, 2014, 08:37:29 pm »
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Re: Pollution
« Reply #136 on: November 29, 2014, 02:39:47 pm »
On the left is an aerial photo and on the right is a cancerous liver...
Stunning Aerial Photos Show How Factory Farms Ravage the Earth (at link)

Anastasia Pantsios | November 28, 2014 2:59 pm

Industrial-grade production of livestock animals has become the norm in the U.S. with 99 percent of all farmed animals raised on giant factory farms or CAFOs (Confined Animal Feeding Operations).

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Tascosa Feedyard, Bushland, Texas. Photo credit: Mishka Henner


These feedlots confine thousands of animals in small spaces before they are slaughtered, leading to a litany of abuses: the confinement inflicted on the animals, the use of preventive antibiotics to control the spread of diseases in such close quarters, poor working conditions and worker abuse, destruction of rural communities, small towns and family farms, overconsumption of resources, legendary “manure lagoons” stinking up the countryside holding animal waste unsuitable for fertilizer because of the way they are raised and fed, and climate change-inducing greenhouse gases they produce.

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Randall County Feedyard, Texas. Photo credit: Mishka Henner


British artist Mishka Henner, who has had a longtime fascination with the interaction of human activity and the landscape, was flying over the country looking for satellite images of oil fields when the feed lots caught his eye and he began to photograph them and learn more about them. His photos combine an abstract visual beauty with a visceral revulsion to the activities they depict.

“The feedlots are a brilliant representation of how abstract our food industry has come,” Henner told Business Insider. “It’s an efficient system for extracting the maximum yield from animals. That’s the world we live in now. We want to extract the maximum yield from everything , no matter what business you are in.” 

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Coronado Feeders, Dalhart, Texas. Photo credit: Mishka Henner


Seven states now have so called “ag-gag” laws    which prohibit any kind of filming or recording of these farms, after videos by groups like Mercy for Animals produced an outcry of demands for laws ending the abuses of the CAFOs. Henner did not physically set foot on any of the farms, but he says he’s been warned that his photos might violate these laws and that they are one reason they have not been more widely seen. But you can find out more about his photos and purchase prints here. He is represented by the Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York.

http://ecowatch.com/2014/11/28/factory-farms-photos-mishka-henner/

Aglbert NOTE: Fascism reaches its EFFICIENT hand of profit over people and planet into all corners of society. And it uses the COURT SYSTEM to do it!

Fascist Big Ag uses Food Disparagement Law and the Patriot Act to threaten Truth tellers!




Don't count on our Court System to defend Americans from Fascism - Here's why the solution to Corporate Profit over Planet is EX CURIA
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Re: Pollution
« Reply #137 on: November 30, 2014, 01:50:29 am »
Who will pay for climate change?

November 25, 2013 10:13 PM

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"But now, instead of discussion and argument, brute force rises up to the rescue of discomfited error, and crushes truth and right into the dust. 'Might makes right,' and hoary folly totters on in her mad career escorted by armies and navies." Adin Ballou

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"Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith, let us, to the end, dare to do our duty as we understand it." Abraham Lincoln


At the moment the rich and the poor countries are fighting over who will pay for the damage that our collapsing climate is inflicting on the world.
Who should pay?

When I read that the United States was reneging on its obligation to pay into a $100-billion fund to help poor countries cut emissions and adapt themselves to a changing climate, it reminded me of something from 40 years ago.

 The year was 1973 and our war against Vietnam was winding down. President Nixon secretly promised to pay the Vietnamese nation $3.3 billion in reconstruction aid. We never paid a dime of it. We promised but did not pay.

Who cares?


We rarely find truth and justice outside of fairy tales and Hollywood movies. In real life, it is the rich and the powerful who often decide what is right. Might does make right. And who will tell them different? Are we Americans going to rise up and demand that Obama pay money to the poor countries that are suffering and will continue to suffer as our climate disintegrates? Why would we do that?

How many Americans would ever demand we do the right thing by other nations, knowing that it might negatively impact us? It would never happen. We believe in justice when we are wronged, but seldom when we are wrong. Let us be real.

We attacked an innocent nation in Southeast Asia, ended up killing three million men, women and children and "sprayed more than 20 million gallons of Agent Orange and other herbicides over parts of southern Vietnam and along the borders of neighboring Laos and Cambodia. The herbicides were contaminated with dioxin, a deadly compound that remains toxic for decades and causes birth defects, cancer and other illnesses. "To this day, dioxin continues to poison the land and the people. The United States has never accepted responsibility for these victims - it denies that Agent Orange is responsible for diseases among Vietnamese that are accepted as Agent Orange-caused among American veterans."

We do not care what we do to others


We did that to one nation. One of dozens. Just about every nation in our hemisphere has a story to tell about how we brutalized them at one time in their history. Believe it or not, I do not say this with any malice or judgment. It is just a fact and one we conveniently and perversely ignore. We are a self-interested nation. We look out for us. Any damage we do to another nation in the pursuit of our interests is forgettable. Forgotten. By Americans anyway.   


Climate change is real. Most of the CO2 in our atmosphere came from America. This is a fact.
China is the main polluter but they have a long way to go to catch up to us in total accumulated pollution. And when we consider per capita in the world's major nations, no one will ever catch us. Look in the mirror. Each of us on average exceeds the average of every other nation's citizens. We win. We are the worst. As Americans we love to blame others but we hate to take responsibility.

As a nation, we have no plans to take responsibility for our contribution for climate change. Ever. And most Americans will never lose sleep feeling guilty about it. We don't take responsibility for our actions in the world. We get defensive. We deny, avoid and evade. And focus elsewhere. And that is human nature. It is what we do. It is what everyone does.

Governments will argue about it for the next few years until eventually it won't matter anymore. Our climate will keep changing until the culprits become irrelevant.

Should the rich pay the poor for what they have done to them?


"Negotiators at the UN climate talks in Warsaw have split over who should pay for the damage caused by climate change. Developing countries have drawn a 'red line' on the issue of loss and damage. They say the US, EU, Australia and other developed nations should take responsibility for the damage caused by their emissions. 


"The Guardian's John Vidal reports from Warsaw that loss and damage is a defining issue for developing countries.

"'This is a red line for us,' said Munjural Khan, a spokesman for the Least Developed Countries (LDC). 'We have been thinking of ways to harden our position, to the point of walking out of the negotiations.'

"But Vidal says that wealthy nations have been similarly intransigent.

" Meanwhile, "Newly leaked documents have revealed how U.S. negotiators at the U.N. climate summit in Warsaw are opposing efforts to help developing countries adapt to climate change.

"According to an internal U.S. briefing memo seen by Democracy Now!, the U.S. delegation  is worried  ;) the talks in Warsaw will 'focus increasingly on blame and liability' and that poor nations will be 'seeking redress    for climate damages  from sea level rise, droughts, powerful storms and other adverse impacts.'"

http://blogs.redding.com/redding/dcraig/archives/2013/11/who-will-pay-fo.html#sthash.Lfw0wN0B.dpuf

http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/blog/post/2013/10/one-percents-planetary-assets-equals-80-responsibility-for-funding-a-100-renewable-energy-world
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Re: Pollution
« Reply #138 on: December 02, 2014, 07:41:48 pm »

 

OMG I Thought You Were Dead!

David Guggenheim | December 2, 2014 9:15 am

Great article at link:  8)

http://ecowatch.com/2014/12/02/omg-thought-dead/
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Re: Pollution
« Reply #139 on: December 04, 2014, 09:04:44 pm »

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmNyNPd76nI&feature=player_embedded
The Battle to Save The Arctic - Trailer
World’s Best Climate Films Featured to Coincide With Lima Climate Talks
http://ecowatch.com/2014/12/04/films-lima-climate-talks/
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Re: Pollution
« Reply #140 on: December 04, 2014, 11:34:54 pm »


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oglycx3l4us&feature=player_embedded

Nature's Grand Molecular Disassemblers 

  Paul Stamets  , mycologist, author and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal mushrooms, offers us a fascinating story in this video.

 His research proves again and again that mushrooms are exquisitely well designed for breaking down a whole suite of hydrocarbon based contaminants: PCP's, PCP's, dioxins, all pesticides, most herbicides, petroleum based fuels, diesel and gasoline.

 There was a diesel contamination spill at a transportation yard. It was so toxic that it was off limits. They invited 6 biomediation companies to have a contest: Who could break down the diesel contaminated soil the best?  ???

 6 piles were created and everyone applied their treatment. All were fairly conventional methods except for the mushrooms.

4 weeks later, scientists and government officials went to see the results.

Not only did gigantic oyster mushrooms start growing happily in that pile, which was the only one that didn't still stink of diesel, but something even more interesting happened: Life grew back. Plants started growing there!

 To these mushrooms diesel fuel is not toxic but a form of food. They feed on it, and converted the toxins to substances that other life forms can not only tolerate but feed off of, and grow.

 Let's heed Paul Stamets' wisdom and follow his work: mushrooms can heal the world!

 --Bibi Farber



 This video was produced by Paul Stamets
http://www.nextworldtv.com/videos/environment/mycoremediation-for-dummies.html#sthash.2Ebf8xM0.dpuf
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Re: Pollution
« Reply #141 on: December 08, 2014, 11:30:21 pm »
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« Reply #142 on: December 10, 2014, 06:25:00 pm »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itvnQ2QB4yc&feature=player_embedded
Why I Think This World Should End



Watch this one minute clip to learn why Natural Capitalism is the only REAL Capitalism. Modern so-called "Capitalism" (i.e. Crapitalism!) actually SHRINKS,  DEGRADES and DESTROYS  Capital!
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« Reply #143 on: December 11, 2014, 08:04:29 pm »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvKe2LYy5pk&feature=player_embedded
King Coal keeps Killing the Land and the Life on it to get the coal.

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Mining Coal Faster Than Men Can Mine It...   
 
Come have a beer with a few coal miners in West Virginia, where they are leveling mountaintops every single day, 24 hours a day.

 "If we let them, they'll level this whole place. You might feel bad about it because you're worried about the environment but you're still going to cut the top off of this mountain because hey, I got to eat." says one of the men.

 When they old timers mined coal, it was hard work. But now we need to mine coal faster than men can mine it.

 Taking tops off of the mountains of West Virginia destroys the earth, depositing toxins and threatening the health of all living things. 

 At 18:57, see the tray full of about 70 medication that one area man has to take daily to survive the toxic onslaught.

 How does he stand it? He just prays.

 --Bibi Farber

 This video was produced by VICE
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« Reply #144 on: December 14, 2014, 11:57:42 pm »
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The commonly repeated history of how water fluoridation came to be states that the practice was spurred on by research from the 1930s, which found that people who drank water containing higher levels of naturally-occurring fluoride tended to have less severe tooth decay.

On the surface, it would appear as though it was a successful government intervention on your behalf. More than 60 years later, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared community water fluoridation one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.

However, the real story reveals it was little more than a well-orchestrated PR stunt – a glowing example of the art of disseminating “adjustable truths” to sell an inconveniently toxic reality to an unsuspecting public.

In his book, Bryson describes the deeply intertwined interests that existed in the 1940s and 50s between the aluminum industry, the US nuclear weapons program, and the dental industry, which resulted in fluoride being declared not only safe, but beneficial to human health .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly_QP4rGczo&feature=player_embedded

The Fluoride Deception: An Interview with Christopher Bryson

December 13, 2014 | 196,924 views

Excellent article accompanying video:

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/12/13/fluoride-deception.aspx?e_cid=20141213Z1_DNL_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20141213Z1&et_cid=DM62058&et_rid=762674348
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« Reply #145 on: December 17, 2014, 01:03:22 am »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWVMeDee4Z0&feature=player_embedded
Pharmaceutical grade fluoride you DO NOT DRINK that is applied directly to teeth while brushing with toothpaste prevents tooth decay.

Fluoridation in the water is a waste product
from the phosphate fertilizer industry formerly considered toxic waste. It does NOTHING to prevent tooth decay and has been scientifically proven to have neurotoxic effects on animals and humans. If you have fluoridated water, DO NOT DRINK IT. Children are the most adversely affected from drinking fluoridated water.

Here's the whole story
of typical profit over people and planet Military Industrial Complex backed propaganda. The Mellon institute, the same one that claimed for several decades, with doctored studies, that asbestos was safe, championed fluoridation of the water.

The CHIEF champion of fluoridation, Harold Hodges  >:(, was the very same chief scientist of the Manhattan Project in charge of determining the toxicity of radionuclides. Under his direction people in Rochester and Oak Ridge were injected with Plutonium in 1945-46.

Guess who was contracted to get the public to accept, clamor for, demand AND PAY the bill (to the delight of the phosphate, aluminum AND nuclear weapons manufacturing corporations) for community fluoridation of a hitherto known pollutant requiring corporations to pay for its disposal and fight lawsuits brought by disabled employees?

Edward Bernays!   :P
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly_QP4rGczo&feature=player_embedded


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Re: Pollution
« Reply #146 on: December 17, 2014, 11:49:56 pm »

Families Forced to Flee Their Homes From Out-of-Control Leak at Fracking Well


Anastasia Pantsios | December 17, 2014 4:46 pm

More than two dozen families have been forced to flee their homes in Monroe County in eastern Ohio as natural gas poured from a leak at an unused fracking well, the C0lumbus Dispatch revealed.

Fracking sites have become rampant in eastern Ohio, as have fracking accidents. Photo credit: Ohio Community Rights Network

According to Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) spokeswoman Bethany McCorkle, crews lost control of the well Saturday and have not yet been able to stop the leak. Families were evacuated from homes within a 1.5-mile radius of the well near the Ohio River. “There’s still a steady stream of natural gas coming from the wellhead,” said McCorkle.

Texas-based Triad Hunter, which owns the drilling site, released a statement saying it had “experienced a loss of control of a well, the Stalder 3UH, located in Monroe County, Ohio. The previously drilled and completed Stalder 3UH well had been temporarily plugged and abandoned in preparation for the drilling of three additional Utica horizontal wells on the Stalder pad. However, despite numerous precautionary measures taken in connection with the temporary plugging and abandonment operation, the well began to flow uncontrollably while recommencing production operations. Triad Hunter personnel were removing the well’s night cap flange when a pressure disruption occurred. They attempted to bolt back down this equipment but were not able to safely do so prior to natural gas flowback.”

“Triad Hunter has contacted all necessary regulatory authorities and evacuated field personnel and the residents in the immediate area,” it continued. “Currently, all field personnel are accounted for, and no injuries have been reported. Only critical personnel remain at a command center near the well site to mitigate the incident. Wild Well Control of Houston, Texas has been mobilized and is currently on site preparing for well control operations. Additional details will be released as they become available.”

According to McCorkle, the well had been fracked and plugged a year ago.

“This whole situation is uncommon in general,” she said. “A full investigation will give us more information as to what happened, what led up to the incident and why there was so much pressure.”

That probably won’t be much comfort to the families and others living in the area of Ohio’s growing number of fracking operations.

“There have been other explosions and fires at fracking wells and drilling sites in Ohio,” the Dispatch concluded blandly without providing further details.

Indeed there have—many of them reported in the Dispatch. In October, 400 homes were evacuated in Jefferson County, also on the Ohio River to the north of Monroe County, when a fracking operation there sprung a leak. McCorkle said the ODNR was investigating.

 In June, a fracking site in Clarington, also in Monroe County, caught fire, causing multiple explosions. That accident spilled large amounts of toxic chemicals into a nearby stream, killing fish and wildlife; the well operator company waited several days to disclose what chemicals had been released. The ODNR was investigating.

That was days after another out-of-control gas leak in Bethel Township in Monroe County.

“The out of control natural gas leak at a fracking site in Monroe County demonstrates, once again, the lack of foresight on the part of Ohio Governor John Kasich, the Ohio legislature and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources on the issue of fracking,” said Alison Auciello, Ohio organizer for Food & Water Watch.

“The ODNR must have a short memory because they’re saying these types of accidents are ‘uncommon in general.’ Just this past summer residents in Monroe County were evacuated while the Eisenbarth well pad exploded,” said Auciello. “As the Monroe County leak continues to force evacuations, Governor Andrew Cuomo banned fracking in the state of New York today , citing health concerns from the New York Department of Health.

How many accidents will it take for Governor Kasich to take a nod from Governor Cuomo, pay attention to the science, listen to his constituents and realize that there is no such thing a safe fracking?”   

http://ecowatch.com/2014/12/17/families-flee-fracking-leak/

But, but Roamer and Mking say fracking is safe, justified, necessary and prudent!
The METER reading of persons claiming that FRACKING is safe, justified, necessary and prudent.


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Re: Pollution
« Reply #147 on: December 18, 2014, 03:39:03 pm »

President Obama Forever Protects Bristol Bay From Oil/Gas Drilling   

SustainableBusiness.com News

President Obama has used his executive authority to make Alaska's pristine Bristol Bay off limits to oil and gas leasing, safeguarding habitat for the largest wild sockeye salmon runs in the world.

Other species that will also benefit from leaving this pristine bay in tact include sea otters, seals, walruses, Beluga and Killer whales, and the endangered North Pacific Right Whale. 

 

It's a wish come true for local citizens, fisherman and Native tribes who have been trying to protect it - and the surrounding Bering Sea - for decades as The Fish Basket Coalition. "The region's incredible fishing, wildlife and cultural values are permanently protected in one of America's iconic marine habitats," says Marilyn Heiman, director of the Pew Charitable Trust's US Arctic Project, and a member of the Coalition.

 

40% of America's wild-caught seafood comes from Bristol Bay, crucial for the $2 billion a year fishing industry. The spectacular, remote area is also an economic engine for tourism.

 Pointing out the Bay's importance as an economic engine and  sustaining Alaska Native communities for centuries, President Obama also says, "With migratory birds, sea otters, whales, and seals, Bristol Bay is truly a place unlike any other. Simply put, these waters are too special and too valuable to auction off to the highest bidder.  They belong to all of us - and to future generations."

 Attempts have been made in the past to open it to oil leases, including Former President GW Bush, who set in motion a lease sale that would have opened about a fifth of the area.

President Obama is exercising his authority under section 12 of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, which gives him the  authority to withdraw offshore areas from potential oil and gas leasing.
President Eisenhower first used this authority in 1960, withdrawing an area that's now part of Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Since then, Presidents on both sides of the aisle have protected areas from oil and gas leasing.

Under the Outer Continental Shelf Land Act of 1953, the Department of the Interior develops an energy development leasing program every five years for federal offshore waters.

The current program spans 2012-2017, and opens 15 areas to potential leases - over 75% of the estimated undiscovered, technically recoverable oil and gas resources in US federal offshore waters.  

 What impact will this have on Pebble Mine? This largest open-pit mine in North America - up to 2 miles long, 1.5 miles wide, and 1700 feet deep - would extract copper, gold and molybdenum in the heart of Bristol Bay. It would be sited at the headwaters of two rivers that feed right into the bay.

http://www.sustainablebusiness.com/index.cfm/go/news.display/id/26059

Agelbert NOTE: Before we break out the champagne, please understand that fossil fuelers will now use their typical fascist tactics to attempt to reverse this "forever" protection in order to avoid the CRATERING of world class polluter stocks like SLB an HAL, among many other profit over planet piranha stocks that will get whacked if this ruling holds. The polluters  think they can reverse the ruling.

Proof of that is that today's action is mild.
Halliburton Company  HAL  38.63  -0.81 (-2.05%)  33.25B 
Schlumberger Limited.  SLB  82.46 -0.42 (-0.51%)  105.35B
 

You can observe further proof by the "huh hum" reaction of frackers like MKing to this news. 

But DO NOT  think the fossil fuelers aren't taking this "threat" to their dirty energy profits seriously. They WORSHIP at the altar of MONEY.

One Hundred and thirty five BILLION dollars of Biosphere murderer "equity" will be defended with every bit of low down, 'buy em' or bop em' mafia "free market" tactics fossil fuelers are infamous for. 

Let's hope they do not succeed in getting a "Halliburton LOOPHOLE" * (see short fracking videos below to learn how the LAW now defends poison for profit  >:()" for these "forever" protected lands. 

But bastards that work best in the dark do not function well in the light of exposure. Do your part. Let everyone know what these fine fellows DO because they CAN. They won't be able to if we are all watching their every move for the sake of future generations.   

Please pass this on. Your children will thank you.


Watch this one minute clip to learn why Natural Capitalism is the only REAL Capitalism. Modern so-called "Capitalism" (i.e. Crapitalism!) actually SHRINKS,  DEGRADES and DESTROYS  Capital!
http://viewrz.com/video/real-money


All about Fracking LEGAL chemical POISONS (3 minutes 31 seconds):
http://viewrz.com/video/all-about-fracking-legal-chemical-poisons-1

* Fossil Fuel Fascism in Action(3 minute lesson on our Orwellian world):

http://viewrz.com/video/fossil-fuel-fascism-in-action

Fossil Fuel Fascist Jolly Roger "business" model (8 minutes):
http://viewrz.com/video/fossil-fuel-fascist-jolly-roger-business-model

Dr. Richard A. Houghton, acting president of the WOODS HOLE RESEARCH CENTER says TINA to a Low Carbon Economy

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« Reply #148 on: December 20, 2014, 09:13:09 pm »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImDUsctAiao&feature=player_embedded
Southeast Michigan's Reclaimed Wood Marketplace

The dead urban trees in Southeast Michigan could produce almost 73 million board feet of lumber annually. That's according to Urbanwood.org's website, the network of local sawmills who specialize in reclaiming urban timber in the area. Urbanwood.org is Southeast Michigan's "Reclaimed Wood Marketplace"

Recycling urban timber means making boards out of yard trees, storm damaged trees, and trees from municipalities that might end up chipped up and loaded into containers headed to landfills. "200 years ago when you built a house, when you built a barn, you looked around the property where you were building. It was local timber, that's what you built with." says John Haling of Sawmill John Custom Sawing.

How great to be able to make something lasting out of a tree in your yard that has to come down. Why ship in the wood from someplace else? A great example of common sense coming back. Remember, not so long ago, all wood was "reclaimed locally". --Bibi Farber

for more info see www.Urbanwood.org - See more at: http://www.nextworldtv.com/videos/reducing-waste/recycling-urban-timber.html#sthash.hxnmGWNT.dpuf
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« Reply #149 on: December 23, 2014, 09:45:44 pm »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3TRWbN3nrQ&feature=player_embedded
People of Good Will dressed as Santa and Elves ARRESTED for protesting Fracking. >:(

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsbMVW9wKbE&feature=player_embedded
Begin at 2:14 to LEARN WHAT FRACKERS DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT (bad AND good) THAT continues TO HAPPEN.
Hope deferred maketh the heart sick: but when the desire cometh, it is a tree of life. Pr. 13:12

 

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