Category Archives: Environment

Debt clock

I only recently came across this site which puts the worlds debt, oil usage and precious metal mining/consumption into perspective. This will shortly be added to the bookmarks bar to the right.

Posted in Economics, Environment, Oil

How much oil do we use (worldwide) per day?

It’s an interesting question and one we don’t get asked in such a straight-forward manner by the media. The Answer is: over 74 million barrels per day.

Posted in Economics, Environment, Journalism, Oil, Philosophy, Politics, Press, Science, Social Engineering, Society, Technology, War

On economic sanity and insanity

In so many ways,we could hardly be called a sane species. We have devised ingenious systems to contain our technological growth and through the wonders of our planet and the universe we have managed to keep a foot hold despite … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Environment, History, Politics, Society, Technology

The Rossi E-Cat

The application of Hydrothermal technology could save the human race from extinction if we hadn’t spent so many years in a daze of our own hubris and omnipotence.  It might be utilised in time to give us a heat source … Continue reading

Posted in Environment, Oil, Science, Technology

Myth of Sustainability by Dr. McPherson

A compelling and lucid discourse into our only hope of survival.

Posted in Economics, Environment, Oil, Politics, Science, Society

Revolutionary Technology – Anti-matter and fusion energy

M.T. Keshe is an inventor and nuclear physicist who has made extraordinary progress in developing plasma reactors. Not only are these breakthroughs in energy generation but also breakthroughs in our models of physics and the scientific world – leading to … Continue reading

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This failure of mankind

While we glimpse around at the wondrous earth we inhabit we are reminded of the reckless and indulgent behaviour of profit-driven industry Our planet has seen extreme environmental effects such as increased volcanic activities resulting in two tsunamis, unusually large … Continue reading

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