▶ 4/19/2014 — Multiple 7.0M+ events — Major Earthquake unrest showing Globally – BE PREPARED – YouTube

▶ 4/19/2014 — Multiple 7.0M+ events — Major Earthquake unrest showing Globally – BE PREPARED – YouTube.

Published on Apr 19, 2014

In the past 30 days, we’ve seen NINETEEN 6.0M+ earthquakes… SEVEN 7.0M+ earthquakes… and TWO 8.0M+ events (with tsunami warnings issued for each).

EXCESSIVE earthquake movement taking place over the past 3 weeks, internationally, and nationally in the US.

In the past 7 days we’ve seen FIVE 6.0M+ earthquakes, and THREE 7.0M+ earthquakes. This is something we need to be watching intently.

Sweden Needs More Trash

sweden landfill

Sweden does something unique; the country turns trash into power on a national scale (using high-power incinerators). This solves two problems: getting rid of trash before it piles up and generating electricity without burning environmentally-harmful fossil fuels. In fact Sweden does not produce enough trash to supply the populations energy needs so they are importing trash (over 881 tonnes) from Norway.

The United Kingdom buries about 90% of it’s solid waste in landfills – making it the biggest contributor to landfill waste by percentage in the world. The United States ranks about middle of the major countries; United Kingdom, Germany, France and Japan.

Many materials that end up as waste contain toxic substances. These toxins leach into our soil and groundwater over time and become an environmental hazard for years (including mercury, arsenic, cadmium, PVC, solvents, acids and lead). Organic materials that end up in landfills (e.g food scraps and green waste) are generally compacted down, this removes the oxygen and causes the organic waste to break down via anaerobic processes – this releases methane, a green house gas, that is 21 times more potent than CO2 meaning that its presence in the atmosphere can significantly contribute to climate change and global warming.

Even if larger countries don’t embrace Sweden’s energy-production methods, technologies will still improve. Montgomery County, Maryland, has a waste incineration plant and Mississippi is planning to start turning local waste into fuel.

Battle at Kruger

Battle at Kruger

Buffalo vs Lion vs Crocodile

Nature at its most exciting. Different species fighting for survival in the same environment.

▶ Signs Of Weather Change The Past Week Or So October 2013

▶ Signs Of Change The Past Week Or So October 2013 Part 1 – YouTube.

Published on Oct 22, 2013

Extreme weather events over the past few weeks of October 2013.
1080p Is Available
This series does not mean the world is ending! These are documentaries of series of extreme weather events that are leading to bigger earth changes. If you are following the series, than you are seeing the signs.


More Efficient Method of Producing Hydrogen Fuel

Hydrogen fuel

Scientists have come up with a more efficient way to split ocean water and turn it into sustainable, clean hydrogen fuel. They created a flexible plastic film that acts as the catalyst to begin splitting ocean water, without requiring the high energy input that current methods need. Using this new technology, as little as five litres of sea water per day would produce enough hydrogen to power an average-sized home and an electric car. These new techniques increase the practicality of using hydrogen fuel to replace unsustainable and environmentally harmful fossil fuels in the production of energy.

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The Darkside of Technology

Dr Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist, discusses the darkside of technological adancement, global warming and how they may lead to a nuclear war.

Tourism in Sierra Leone


Sun, sea and

Miles of palm-fringed sandy beaches kissed by the sun all year round, green mountains with lush vegitation, African wildlife, seafood restaurants with fish freshly pulled from the ocean, a kaleidoscope of flora and fauna, colour and crafts – all here

All the natural resources on which to build a healthy tourism business – a warm, tropical climate and smiling people, rich in culture, waiting to welcome the world back to Sierra Leone.

Reforming Sierra Leone’s mining sector for economic growth


Adam Smith International (ASI) web reports say “has taken the lead in installing an international standard mining sector institutional and legal framework, and is transforming Government capacity to ensure effective mining sector governance.”
The report claims “The resulting stability, institutional effectiveness and transparency has had, and continues to have, significant impact on investor confidence, economic development of the sector and corporate compliance.”

“The National Minerals Agency was established legally in April 2012 with the enactment of the National Minerals Agency Act 2012. The organisation is set up to be efficient in enforcing the laws, high-performing to international standard and staffed with technically qualified professionals.”
As a result the report states “The impact of all this has been enormous. GDP has doubled since 2006, with world-leading GDP growth of 34% to reach $3.8bn in 2012, according to the IMF. This is largely attributable to development of the mining sector.
“The sustainable impact on Sierra Leone’s long-term financial independence is no less impressive. The Government and the IMF estimate that by 2015, annual revenues from mining should reach £130m, or 29% of all Government revenue.
“This would mean that in just a short space of time, mining revenues will far exceed the total support provided by DFID across all aid projects in 2012 of some £50 million.
“This is a good example of how effective support to the extractives sector, focusing on good governance, proper regulation, transparency and institutional strengthening, can transform a country’s economic position.

Whiz kid from Sierra Leone built own battery, radio transmitter


Kelvin Doe’s neighborhood in Sierra Leone has power lines, but they seldom deliver electricity. So, the 16-year-old whiz kid built his own battery out of acid, soda, and metal parts scavenged from trash bins that he now uses to light up area homes and help him work on his own inventions.
Among other gadgets to his credit are a homemade radio transmitter, plus a generator to power it, that he uses to run his own community radio station under the handle DJ Focus.
“People normally call me DJ Focus in my community because I believe if you focus you can do invention perfectly,” he said
Doe’s engineering prowess was noticed by David Monina Sengeh, a graduate student MIT Media Lab, during a summer innovation camp called Innovate Salone that he runs in Sierra Leone. Sengeh arranged for Doe to visit the top-flight engineering school this fall. “It’s an opportunity for him to create the future that he wants to live in,” Sengeh said in the video. Check it out below to learn more about Doe’s inspirational story and his inventions.

Investment Advisor Mark Faber warns of “massive market meltdown”

Published on Nov 14, 2012 by PlanetEarthAwakens01

Mark Faber, noted investor and author of “The Gloom, Boom, & Doom Report,” during an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Tuesday warned that the global economy will experience a “massive market meltdown.”

“I don’t think markets are going down because of Greece, I don’t think markets are going down because of the ‘fiscal cliff’ — because there won’t be a ‘fiscal cliff,’ ” said Faber.


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