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Re: a sensible proposal from the GREENS on GHG's
Reply #60 - Jan 29th, 2011 at 10:57am
 
Theres lots of talk about taxes and GHGs but not a lot about what can be done to help the environment and the economy. The worst GHG is Methane, a fart tax maybe?

Her's your answer, HEMP, (no TCH) You can eat it, its a medical marvel, the oil can be used in cosmetics and food procuction, it's better and healthier than Soy, You can wear it, build with it, (in fact it is now thought that the stone used to build the pyramids were actually man-made stones made from hemp). Hemp mixed with lime and water makes a cement that when dry looks exactly like STONE

It can be made into a fuel for vehicles, Plastic to make just about anything from furniture to cars, it burns more efficiently and cleaner than coal (and can be used to fire power stations cleaner and cheaper). It's estimated it can be used in 25,000 products.

It's cheap to grow,, make a good profit for the growers, grows in any climate requires very little fertilizer, growing peas and plowing them in before seeding does the trick, and you can grow up to three crops a year depending on climate, Australia would have no problems there.

Plastic made from it breaks down easily without harming the enviroment it's even good for the soil.

Watch these short videos and decide for yourselves.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_YP1U0GaUY&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxlj6fgQ-ZU&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxd64t6H3_4&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AzbtWzwK8A&NR=1

So why is it illegal? Well look at the products it can produce quickly and cheaply.

What would the oil companies and all the other Multinationals that control our government do?

Yikes the pollies might lose a whole lot of "bonuses". The government wont consider it in order to protect the polluters.

But there it is folks environment saved, economy saved but it'll never happen because we sit on our arses and do nothing.

When I contacted the environmental minister several years ago I got the standard answer, "it was tried and the crops failed"

Wonder who the agriculturists were?



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Reply #61 - Feb 7th, 2011 at 6:16am
 
And here's another sensible proposal besides growing hemp ...

Stop deforestation and grow more trees, we are all carbon based, trees and plants as well, Trees breathe in Carbon and breath out oxygen, we breath in oxygen and breathe out carbon ... a marriage made in heaven.

Also WATER can be gathered from air ... even in the desert, and we have the technology to do just that ... but the information is rapidly disappearing from the internet ... even the pic and information about the working water from air structure that was built in Brisbane has disappeared ... Just after the foreign countries began negotiations to buy up our water utilities.

Fancy that!!!

C02 has nothing to do with climate change, and if we adopt sensible and renewable solutions we wouldn't have a reason to have a carbon tax.

But then the zionist corporations would miss out on buying up what rightfully belongs to us and impede their plans to globalize us ...

Now that would never do!!!
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Reply #62 - Feb 7th, 2011 at 7:14am
 
Well I decided to do another surf of the web and found these sites for Air to Water machines

Making water out of thin air ....

http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2006/10/71898

http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/07/machine_cranks.phpInfo .... http://www.ecobusinesslinks.com/water-from-air.htm

http://www.airwater.com.au/p4.htm

http://www.konia.com.au/

With video  http://www.watermakerindia.com/projects.php

1 of 5 videos   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S837zQYKQMY&feature=related

And here's the fly in the ointment...
http://www.air2water.net/about.html

Air2Water LLC holds patent rights worldwide pertaining to the Air2Water water generation technology, including six U.S. patents and 37 patents in other countries containing a total of 156 claims. We have patents issued and pending in most industrialized nations covered through the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) as well as European patents under the European Patent Treaty.

Australian products  http://www.airwater.com.au/awproducts.htm
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Re: a sensible proposal from the GREENS on GHG's
Reply #63 - Feb 11th, 2011 at 1:24am
 
C02 has nothing to do with climate change, and if we adopt sensible and renewable solutions we wouldn't have a reason to have a carbon tax.

But then the zionist corporations would miss out on buying up what rightfully belongs to us and impede their plans to globalize us ...

Now that would never do!!!

- Jan



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Re: a sensible proposal from the GREENS on GHG's
Reply #64 - Feb 23rd, 2011 at 11:06pm
 
Lisa Jones wrote on Feb 11th, 2011 at 1:24am:
C02 has nothing to do with climate change, and if we adopt sensible and renewable solutions we wouldn't have a reason to have a carbon tax.

But then the zionist corporations would miss out on buying up what rightfully belongs to us and impede their plans to globalize us ...

Now that would never do!!!

- Jan



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What 'Zionist Corporations'? Israel is only 15,000,000 people. I wouldnt have thought they would be taking over the world.

I am also against more taxes...also Mother Nature does not take cheques or cash.


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Re: a sensible proposal from the GREENS on GHG's
Reply #65 - Feb 23rd, 2011 at 11:29pm
 
Lisa Jones wrote on Feb 11th, 2011 at 1:24am:
C02 has nothing to do with climate change, and if we adopt sensible and renewable solutions we wouldn't have a reason to have a carbon tax.

But then the zionist corporations would miss out on buying up what rightfully belongs to us and impede their plans to globalize us ...

Now that would never do!!!

- Jan



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Jan!  Jaan!!


NOT happy, Jan!!


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Re: a sensible proposal from the GREENS on GHG's
Reply #66 - May 8th, 2011 at 12:31am
 
Amadd wrote on Apr 16th, 2010 at 9:00am:
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It is not a bandaid. It can achieve whatever reduction you want, from 0% to 100%.


So 0% is the extiguishment of life, and 100% is a total full-on wastage that is probably not attainable?
Where's the happy medium?






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