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Olympics To Implant Microchips In Athletes? – The Race To Global Surveillance

Josh Sigurdson breaks down the most recent technocratic news as Mike Miller, Chief Executive of The World Olympics Association announces he wishes to have microchips (or RFID chips) implanted in Olympic athletes. The type of microchipping he is suggesting actually monitors an athlete’s bloodstream and sends the information to the authorities in charge. The excuse is to expose athletes using performance enhancing drugs. Miller says, “we’re a nation of dog lovers, we’re prepared to chip our dogs and it doesn’t seem to harm them, so why aren’t we prepared to chip ourselves?” The excuse is always to stop crime or for convenience. It’s always rather “convenient” for the state and not so much for the individuals chipped like cattle and their every move watched by big brother. The Olympics is highly state subsidized, so they can’t even use the excuse of being a private company with voluntary employees. There have been employees and travellers chipped in Sweden. Employees chipped in the United States. Hobbyists chipping themselves to pay for things and unlock their doors. It’s nothing short of insanity. This is just PART of a far larger technocratic push towards a world order that we’ve detailed in countless past reports. This regards government artificial intelligence, a centrally planned cashless system which we’ve seen popping up with retina scans in India, facial recognition in Australia, the cashless push in China and the same goes for Sweden. Then we have the cultural brainwashing of “convenience” in order to control the masses. Don’t think this story stops here. It’ll only continue to get crazier. Interestingly, this is the same topic independent media reporters talked about in the 90s and were called crazy. Well 1984 is here folks. Stay tuned for more from WAM! Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

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My throughs on the ban of plastic bags. “Let not just ban them but replace them.”

Source: Eco Liberty
Date: 19 October 2017
Author: Matthew Miller

I recently heard something on the radio talking about Countdown banning single use of plastic bag by 2018 in New Zealand. So decide write about plastic bags and what are the issues about them and what are the alternatives? For me I lay in the somewhere in the grey area because I thinking the alternatives to plastic shopping bags; why plastic should be banned?
Firstly let talk about what plastic bag do look like and what are they? Bags is something that you carry things in. Plastic bag is make out of Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) which have a recycle code 4 as well as petrochemical. Most Plastic Bag where design for single use for carrying goods from shops and may be used as a rubbish bag
The history of plastic bags: American and European patent applications relating to the production of plastic shopping bags can be found dating back to the early 1950s, but these refer to composite constructions with handles fixed to the bag in a secondary manufacturing process. The modern lightweight shopping bag is the invention of Swedish engineer Sten Gustaf Thulin. In the early 1960s, Thulin developed a method of forming a simple one-piece bag by folding, welding and die-cutting a flat tube of plastic for the packaging company Celloplast of Norrköping, Sweden. Thulin’s design produced a simple, strong bag with a high load-carrying capacity, and was patented worldwide by Celloplast in 1965.
Celloplast was a well-established producer of cellulose film and a pioneer in plastics processing. The company’s patent position gave it a virtual monopoly on plastic shopping bag production, and the company set up manufacturing plants across Europe and in the US. However, other companies saw the attraction of the bag, too, and the US petrochemicals group Mobil overturned Celloplast’s US patent in 1977.
The Dixie Bag Company of College Park, Georgia, owned and operated by Jack W. McBride, was one of the first companies to exploit this new opportunity to bring convenient products to all major shopping stores. The Dixie Bag Company, along with similar firms such as Houston Poly Bag and Capitol Poly, was instrumental in the manufacturing, marketing and perfecting of plastic bags in the 1980s. Kroger, a Cincinnati-based grocery chain, began to replace its paper shopping bags with plastic bags in 1982, and was soon followed by its rival, Safeway.
Without its plastic bag monopoly, Celloplast’s business went into decline, and the company was split up during the 1990s. The Norrköping site remains a plastics production site, however, and is now the headquarters of Miljösäck, a manufacturer of waste sacks manufactured from recycled polyethylene.
From the mid-1980s onwards, plastic bags became common for carrying daily groceries from the store to vehicles and homes throughout the developed world. As plastic bags increasingly replaced paper bags, and as other plastic materials and products replaced glass, metal, stone, timber and other materials, a packaging materials war erupted, with plastic shopping bags at the center of highly publicized disputes.
In 1992, Sonoco Products Company of Hartsville, SC patented the “self-opening polyethylene bag stack”. The main innovation of this redesign is that the removal of a bag from the rack opens the next bag in the stack. This team was headed by Wade D. Fletcher and Harry Wilfong.
Environmental Concerns with Plastic Bag: There is a lot environmental Concern with Plastic Bags but not just plastic bag but with non-biodegradable plastic materials which is made with petrochemicals. Even the mainstream news has admitted that plastic maybe a bigger threat than climate change which that the case because climate change is never issue because the sun is the main driver of climate change and don’t cause much damage to the marine life as non-biodegradable plastic would.
Because plastic bags are so durable, this makes them a concern for the environment. They will not break down easily and as a result may be harmful to wildlife. Each year millions of discarded plastic shopping bags end up as plastic waste litter in the environment when improperly disposed of. The same properties that have made plastic bags so commercially successful and ubiquitous—namely their low weight and resistance to degradation—have also contributed to their proliferation in the environment. Due to their durability, plastic bags can take centuries to decompose.
On land, plastic bags are one of the most prevalent types of litter in inhabited areas. Large buildups of plastic bags can clog drainage systems and contribute to flooding, as occurred in Bangladesh in 1988 and 1998 and almost annually in Manila. Littering is often a serious problem in developing countries, where trash collection infrastructure is less developed than in wealthier nations.
Plastic bags were found to constitute a significant portion of the floating marine debris in the waters around southern Chile in a study conducted between 2002 and 2005. If washed out to sea, plastic bags can be carried long distances by ocean currents, and can strangle marine animals.
What are alternatives?
Good news that there are alternatives to plastic bags and I list them below.
Paper Bags: Paper Bags are good alternatives to plastic shopping bags But trees are required to be cut down for paper that goes into making those shopping bag. But those papers bags are biodegradable and less damaging to the environment.
Cassava Starch: These bags are made with Cassava starch. They look like regular plastic shopping bags and they don’t contain any petrochemicals that makes the Low-density polyethylene (LDPE). The bags are biodegradable will make a great replacement for plastic bag. The video down below show that
Corn Starch: Similar to the bags that made with Cassava Starch, they also don’t contain any petrochemicals
Hemp: Hemp shopping bags are made with hemp wool as canvas which that came from the hemp plant. Hemp is environmentally friendly; hemp can be used to make many things including hemp plastic
Canvas bags: Canvas comes in many forms including cotton and hemp and you can use it for shopping or to carry things. They do last a long time and is better for the environment.
I have list the alternative and I hope that what you would need to know. For me I did have some Non-Woven Polypropylene (NWPP) shopping bag which I use for shopping and as an alternative to plastic bag and which can buy them in many supermarkets. Many countries or region in countries have banned or tax plastic and here image below
I understand why those countries have either banned or tax the used of plastic. Because of the environmental concerns like landfills, polluted waterways as well clogged up sewers, animals getting caught in plastics bags especially sea creatures. If a country banned want to ban plastic bag firstly they would want to promote an alternative to plastic bag like paper bags for example.
Here number of the countries that had banned plastic; Bangladesh, China, India, Taiwan, Macedonia, South Africa, Kenya, France, Italy, Australia (Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania and Australian Capital Territory) and many other countries. Problem with banning plastic bags, you only prohibited the use and manufacture of plastic bags; the problem is still there because plastic bags mount up in the landfill. But there a solution the pollution caused by plastic bag; is to turn back plastic bag into a form they were. Plastic bags are made low-density polyethylene (LDPE) Plastic which is made from non-renewables like oil or coal. Plastic be melted using pyrolysis to turn plastic into oil. You can found on youtube but I will a video down below

Usually I talk about setting up a pyrolysis that you can setup yourself. The person in the show I have shown you; he made his unit pyrolysis unit for what he had available in his own garage to convert plastic into fuel. This proves that it have something lying around in your garage you can make your own pyrolysis unit and start converting plastic into oil. If you thinking about making your own pyrolysis unit to your plastic waste into oil; it’s always pay to do your own research and willing to take responsibility for your own action and the willingness to learn from your own trials and errors.

7a0f9-pyrolysissetup Here a diagram on the left  to show how converting plastic to oil using pyrolysis works. and show  the Furnace & Reactor, Condenser unit and Liquid product collector. and give example how pyrolysis would be used to plastic into oil. For plastic into fuel firstly plastic have to be convert into oil and secondly the oil have to refined. The oil can be refined into kerosene, gasoline, diesel, and what oil can refined into.

Solution to our plastic pollution is to covert plastic back it’s form it was once was. Pyrolysis is one of the solution which can be with low or high tech. There might be other solution our plastic pollution.

Matthew Conclusion:For me I don’t pick sides; I think independently what I post on Eco Liberty and I why write and post article. I’, glad for what countdown is doing to phase out single use plastic bag and out supermarket in New Zealand and ones in countries across the world. Plastic bag ban only stop more plastic bag going to landfills. It’s won’t solve the plastic pollution because plastic takes a very longtime to breakdown. this video below shows that why plastic can last a very longtime.

The video prove that why banning plastic bag is not solution it may stop more plastic bag going the landfill but there are things that do contain materials plastic like bottles, containers, tanks, toys, etc. they also end up on landfills. There are countries that banned single use plastic bags or there are countries that are planning to ban single use plastic bags, and there are countries not planning to ban single use plastic bag or not anytime soon. either way there are solution to plastic pollution; like converting plastic into fuel or using worms or fungi that do eat plastic. Together we can clean the plastic pollution that is affecting the today environment that is affecting wildlife and our everyday life.

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Bill Gates, Google’s Brin fund lab-grown meat for the masses

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Bill Gates, Google’s Brin fund lab-grown meat for the masses

by Jon Rappoport

August 25, 2017

Wikipedia: “In 1998 Jon F. Vein of the United States filed for, and ultimately secured, a patent (US 6,835,390 B1) for the production of tissue engineered meat for human consumption, wherein muscle and fat cells would be grown in an integrated fashion to create food products such as beef, poultry and fish.”

Step right up and try a delicious burger grown from animal cells in a lab. What could go wrong?

True, there’s no fat in it, and the cells were grown in sketchy fetal bovine serum, and certain, ahem, “growth factors” may have been added, but don’t worry. Slather on the mustard and mayo, close your eyes, and munch.

Rest secure in the knowledge that Bill Gates and Google “don’t- be-evil” co-founder, Sergey Brin, are pumping money into the ongoing research. Brin Burger…

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Forcing a Total, Saturated 5G Future… Without Safety Checks

Matthew Conclusion: I’m for better technology and faster internet connection. But going ahead with 5G without any safety checks no. Because EMF radiation have been proven some nasty health effect even only using any device connect to WiFi for a brief period of time.

Robots could take over 3.4 million human jobs thanks to Amazon Go’s new grocery stores

Source: Natural News
Date: 14 December 2016
Author: JD Heyes

(NaturalNews) For decades factories in the most advanced industrialized nations have been replacing human labor at a steady pace with robots. But today an explosion in robotics technology is leading to rapid advances in capability that will affect nearly all employment sectors—if not every single one. Continue reading Robots could take over 3.4 million human jobs thanks to Amazon Go’s new grocery stores

Nuclear Waste and Diamonds Make Batteries That Last 5,000 Years

Source:Seeker
Date: 30 November 2016
author: Glenn McDonald

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Researchers in the U.K. announced this week that they’ve found a way to turn radioactive diamonds into miniature batteries that last 5,000 years.

At a prestigious annual lecture event in Europe earlier this week, a team of physicists and chemists from the University of Bristol unveiled a nuclear-powered diamond battery, which runs off the radioactive energy salvaged from nuclear waste. The technique represents an entirely new kind of electrical generation system, according to the research team, which could solve multiple problems regarding clean energy, long-lasting batteries and nuclear waste disposal. Continue reading Nuclear Waste and Diamonds Make Batteries That Last 5,000 Years

Supplementing CO2 for Plant Growth

Supplementing CO2 is important for indoor growers. CO2 can be the most limiting factor when it comes to plant growth. It is good to know how to measure and understand if you have a CO2 problem. It is also an inexpensive method of increasing your crop production.

Matthew Concludes
This video debunks the myth of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) of bring a pollutant. Reason why Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is not a pollutant and it is a gas of life for plants. As the video say at from 1:30 to 2:07; If Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels is below like 250 parts per million the plant stopped growing or grow at a very slow rate. If Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Concentrations fall below at 150 ppm or below the threshold; plants die off. The lowest level ever for Earth Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations was 180 ppm which is 30 ppm above the plants die off level (150 ppm) and plants will be working so hard to survive and Stoma on the plant on the plant leaf will be open so wide and big it can get. But when Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Concentrations is high to plant’s Stoma shrink because the plants is getting plenty of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) which makes plant growth more efficiently and don’t lose as much water uptake nutrients more efficiently also more tolerant to heat and drought. So we should be praising about Earth Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Concentrations surpassing the 400 parts per million threshold. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution the Earth Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Concentrations have increase from 280 ppm to 400 ppm and the plant will be loving the extra amount of Carbon Dioxide today.
If you planing to raise plants indoor and want to know how to build a Carbon Dioxide (CO2) generator. For me I haven’t built one yet and you plans and designs how to build one. Let me know in the comments below.

Video: Hackers Control Tesla’s Brakes from 12 Miles (19.3 Kilometres) Away

Main Source: Infowars
Date: 20 September 2016
Author: Mikael Thalen

Tesla quickly patches first known remote attack against its vehicles

Hackers from a Chinese security research group have developed a new attack that allows a Tesla to be exploited remotely.

Members of Keen Lab Security, who released video of the new hack Monday, demonstrated the first known remote attack against several Tesla Model S versions. Continue reading Video: Hackers Control Tesla’s Brakes from 12 Miles (19.3 Kilometres) Away

Home-Scale Biodigester | Janice Kelsey & Jody Spangler | TEDxVillanovaU

Equating a biodigester to an heroic baby dragon, Janice Kelsey and Jody Spangler of Solar CITIES, Inc. will give a simple explanation of biodigestion and how to build a Solar CITIES Design IBC Tank Biodigester to produce cooking fuel and fertilizer using manure and food waste. This team believes through combining the technologies of vertical aeroponics and biodigestion to create an ecosystem we can empower women and others by offering energy independence and entrepreneurial opportunities, improve sanitation through on site manure and waste management, and bring an end to carbon related deaths and deforestation.

Janice Kelsey is a mom to many, an educator, and is currently working in the field of vertical aeroponic food growing. She is Co-Founder and Board Member (VP) for the U.S. non-profit Solar CITIES, Inc. and has been an active volunteer in Girl Scouts, Boys Scouts, Venture Crew and 4-H. She is currently a member of the Chester County Women’s Commission. Janice is active in bringing together a network of eco-minded individuals. Recently earning her International Permaculture Design Certification, she specializes in small-scale biodigestion. She offers hands-on workshops in aeroponics, biogas and a variety of other topics.

First and foremost, Jody is the mom of many boys. Also a Board Member (Treasurer) for the U.S. non-profit Solar CITIES, Inc., Jody is also a Personal Chef by trade, a gardener by necessity, a master composter, and a homesteader raising Miniature Jersey and Dexter Cows. She is a lifetime volunteer with 4-H, Chester County Dairy Promotion and Ludwig’s Corner Fire Company. Her homestead was the recipient of the very first Solar CITIES 10m3 Biodigester in the United States, which is currently being used for manure management. Her homestead, Windy Hill Farms, is open to eco-tourism and workshops.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

Australia Becomes First Country To Begin Microchipping Its Public

Main Source: Neon Nettle
Date: 26 August 2016
Author: Jack Murphy

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Australia is to be the first country int he world that will begin to microchip their citizens
Australia is to become the first country in the world to microchip its public. NBC new predicted that all Americans would be microchipped by 2017, but it seems Australia may have beaten them to the post.

news.com.au reports: It may sound like sci-fi, but hundreds of Australians are turning themselves into super-humans who can unlock doors, turn on lights and log into computers with a wave of the hand. Continue reading Australia Becomes First Country To Begin Microchipping Its Public