You could learn environmental science, and help convince the oligarchy to not start a nuclear war. The British Financial Empire is definitely bad for the environment and living things. They say they want to help you, to stop you from having nuclear power, but I think they will just kill you. Everyone is interested in nuclear technology, France and the United States, and also Iran, Israel and North Korea. So let us not destroy people and nations, and say it is for the environment.
Monday, March 26, 2012
It's unbelievable but true. You can get a degree in Global Warming Studies at American Public University, online of course, as well as some other schools. The environmental trends and field is always changing, and you can get into the groove if you keep with the flow. Of course, it all could be nonsense, so let the buyer beware. There are some legit things like going down to the Florida Everglades and taking water samples. Keep that water and air clean. Work for the EPA, go on to a PhD, dig it.
Posted by Howard Gibson at 7:09 PM
Saturday, March 24, 2012
The environmental movement has sort of been a trojan horse. Why in the name of the environment are we destroying 40-percent of the corn crop to make gasohol? It is very expensive and literally hundreds of millions of people who could eat are now going to starve to death. The British financial empire is at it again, courtesy of the environment.
Now on top of that, with like 4 million barrels a day of biofuels being created a day, we are supposed to be proud that we are nearing so-called energy independence. What a Malthusian fraud.
Posted by Howard Gibson at 7:31 PM
Monday, March 12, 2012
Guest post written by Jillian Reynolds Sometimes I think that my daughter is so absent minded. I'm the older one that's supposed to be absent minded. She just has so much going on with school, extra curricular activities and her part-time job that I think she misses the important details sometimes. Like she hadn't started planning anything for prom until last weekend and the dance is in just a month! So I'm picking up some of her slacking there and trying to make sure that she gets the prom night that she deserves. I've been doing a lot of research on prom hairstyles and stuff like that so I can give her some choices to pick from. One night when I was looking at updos I saw some info on Debt settlement family and after I looked through it a little bit I decided to use the site to help our financial issues. Well after all that updo research, she decided that she wants to wear her hair half up, half down. Luckily, I looked up a few of those hairstyles too!
Posted by Howard Gibson at 10:37 AM
There are a lot of greenies around that talk about the trees and how they fear nuclear power plants and all of that stuff. But what about the nuclear war? I don't understand how people used to have a real idea of what a nuclear bomb exchange between Russia and the United States could mean. Now, it is like a big game.
Posted by Howard Gibson at 10:35 AM
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Even if we win the upcoming proposed nuclear war with Russia and China, sex among other things may be a challenge. The after glow will last long after Iran and Syria are forgotten. (Will this be discussed at the AIPAC conference, and the Obama and Bibi meeting on Monday?)
Picture: the Monkees
http://www.last.fm/music/The Monkees/ images/610420
I was able to survive the big nukey war; Went in with my wife to our bedroom; Got my lubes and condom, ready to have sex; And I must say that my bleep's erect;
Then I saw her face, it glowed in the dark; Just a trace, radioactivity; I'm in love; I went and did it, but I know I got a dose.
(Monkees- I'm a Believer)
You may be certain you avoided excessive radioactive fallout, but what about your mate? If you are still in your reproductive years, will your children have horns, or green hair? These are interesting questions to consider before we decide that Iran is guilty and can be attacked solely on the basis of having "nuclear weapons capability," ie. not an actual bomb or even a weapons program. Nuclear weapons capability that includes the general ability to enrich uranium, although to a level much less than the needed 90-percent, is a quality available in quite a few other countries, not all totally in the British financial Empire, British or American zone of domination. These include: Belgium, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, India, Pakistan, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Italy, Argentina, and Brazil. Note that many nuclear reactors involved in research and producing medical isotopes use uranium enriched to the level of 20-percent Uranium-235. Shall we bomb them all promptly?
Posted by Howard Gibson at 6:53 PM