Earth Custodians have said this countless of times in previous blogs, and this time again, it is well documented.
Ownership (of Nature) is the centerpiece of centralization. No monetary system will ever match the generosity of Earth — and the idea to own Nature is not only a paradox but a recipe to justify endless plunder and human rights abuse. Capitalism is based on ownership rights to start with and centralization uses that very premise to consolidate power in the hands of the very few. We cannot have it both ways. Additionally – or rather should we say cynically – owning earth cannot be without owning life and world corporations are the absolute embodiment of such fallacious premise. Everything is either corrupt, poisoned or altered and the human suffering is skyrocketing around the globe. Even humanitarian organizations are capitalizing on distress and death, they have never been capable of preventing anything as a result, or they would put themselves out of business. As long as owning earth remains our paradigm, things will simply not change.
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The Power Paradox: Two Examples Proving that Humans Have Reached The Deep End (no joke)
How much time is left to our planet to live? As if we could manipulating Nature at our own will while ignoring Natural Laws in the first place.
How about china to quit overproducing to satisfy overconsumerism first? Not to mention that it would at least help remedy its own fog issues. But yes, let’s see. If China was doing this, we’ll have a global crash overnight. So yes, let’s make it rain and compromise the whole climate of the planet instead.
Nature has everything planned and working in balance, even if we do not like it. It is up to us to adapt. And not otherwise. Earth climate has never been stable anyway.
Nature Determines The Threshold of Human Consumption. http://www.earthcustodians.net/blog/2018/01/01/nature-determines-the-threshold-of-human-consumption/
Two Examples Proving that Humans Have Reached The Deep End (no joke)
In terms of the plan, announced this month, Chinese authorities intend to force rainfall and snow over 1.6 million sq km (620,000 sq miles), an area roughly three times th+e size of Spain. Since 2013 China has been creating 55 billion tons of artificial rain a year. The country is now embarking on its biggest rainmaking project ever.According to media reports, the government will use new military weather-altering technology developed by the state-owned China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. The country plans to build tens of thousands of combustion chambers on Tibetan mountainsides. The chambers will burn a solid fuel, which will result in a spray of silver iodide billowing towards the sky……….. Traditionally, the rainmaking process or “cloud-seeding” means rocket-launching chemicals into clouds which accelerate the creation of ice crystals that eventually become rain. China also uses military aircraft for those purposes. Rainmaking is also a popular way to “clean up” air in China, where heavy smog is a big problem for many cities. MORE https://www.rt.com/business/423508-china-project-forces-rainfall/
A UK businessman is making a fortune selling British air to wealthy Chinese buyers for £80 ($115) a bottle.
Leo De Watts, 27, harvests fresh air from rural locations across the UK, including Dorset, Somerset, Wales, Wiltshire and Yorkshire. His team use specially adapted fishing nets and run through fields to collect the breeze. The nets are left for 10 minutes to absorb the local aroma, before being bottled in 580ml containers. De Watts, who is from Dorset but now lives in Hong Kong, described his product as the “Louis Vuitton or Gucci” of fresh air. MORE https://www.rt.com/uk/331438-bottled-british-air-china
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