Monday, February 3, 2020

Corona virus, Australian fires, coral reefs?

BBC; CBC; Pfc. Sandoval, Ashley Wells, Seth Auberon, Crystal Q. (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
This is NOT a picture of Australia burning but an artist's rendition of areas already affected by fire.

Australia fires: Misleading pictures go viral
(BBC News, 1/8/20) Maps and pictures of Australia's unprecedented bushfires are being spread widely on social media. Users post them to raise awareness of the devastating fires, but some of the viral maps are misleading. They are spreading disinformation about the crisis. One image shared widely by Twitter users, including the famous singer Rihanna, was interpreted as a map showing the live extent of fire spread, with large sections of the Australian coastline molten-red and fiery. But it is actually artist Anthony Hearsey's visualization of one month of data of locations where fire was detected, collected by NASA's Fire Information for Resource Management System. Australia is fighting one of its worst bushfire seasons, fueled by record-breaking temperatures and months of severe drought [weather modification, dam water mismanagement]. Since September at least 25 people have died and thousands have been made homeless. More than 15.6 million acres (63,000 sq kms, 6.3 million hectares) have been burned so far. One hectare, by the way, is roughly the size of a sports field.

Rife could see all viruses and eliminate them.
First, this corona virus scare. They want us to be scared, very scared. They did it with SARS, swine flu, AIDS, sarin gas, anything they can sell toxic vaccines to countries for, which get forced into citizens because other citizens are terrified, and so on ad nauseum.

Tim Conway Jr., who likes to fan the fires of frenzy for ratings and because he's becoming a germophobe, noticed a shocking inconsistency on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020. He was spraying down the radio booth with an old can of Lysol. It kills 99.9% of germs, the label reads, and it lists some. China said it just caught on to this new virus.

(CBC) Nurse in Wuhan, China says China is lying about outrbeak severity

Clorox Corporation already knew about new virus
Then the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) claimed it had never heard of corona virus until two months ago. That means that not until late November of 2019 had the leading agency on health been aware of this thing called the corona virus, so called because of the dots around the virus under a microscope. Conway read the Lysol can, which said it was manufactured in late 2017, and it says it disinfects corona virus. So Lysol heard of corona virus before W.H.O.? Or is it all more government conspiracy fearmongering? Be afraid, and scare everyone else until they're more afraid than you are.

Eucalyptus forest brush: ready for bush fire.
Dr. Joel Wallach, Ph.D. figured out why Australia is having two problems. The first problem is the destruction of the Great Barrier Reef, as the coral dies due to rising acidity and ocean warming, except warm ocean wouldn't kill the coral were it not for the acidity that eats it away. Why in Australian waters? It turns out that due to the foolish and shortsighted building of many dams, the alkaline silt which normally would run out into the ocean to balance the acidity is no longer there. Solution?
    Dr. Joel Wallach:
  • Dr. Joel Wallach begins the show today discussing his plan to save the dying coral reefs. Asserting that since dams were put on major waterways, silt is being prevented from reaching the oceans. He contends that bacteria need the minerals in silt, and algae feed on those bacteria. Algae moves up the food chain, and without algae reefs are dying. Youngevity is poised to help save the earth. More
Flush the dams. Release the silt. Keep the alkalizing salts (base minerals) flowing the waters around the Great Barrier Reef. The shock news of the day are the fires raging in Australia, polluting the air and killing billions of animals (at least half a billion to a billion big, important, lovable animals like koala bears, kangaroos, and other things they make into plush dolls, but many more creatures no one cares much about, which do not even come into the count). Dr. Wallach says this is due to flammable air, which means industrially polluted air.

Gondowan forest cover of Australia (wiki)
Moreover, on Friday, Jan. 31st, the famous Western Buddhist monk Ajahn Brahm, who lives in Perth, far western Australia, explained that when it gets very hot, and it has been very hot, and the fires approach, volatile organic compounds in eucalyptus and other trees combust in the air, and the trees explode like bombs (Ajahn Brahm, BSWA). There's no way to stop these fires once they get going.

Global warming or local warming, industry needs to stop polluting the polluting the planet and blaming it on citizens and carbon. Carbon good, more carbon better. It feeds plants and greens the world.

Carbon is not the problem we are told it is. Be seem willing to accept Carbon Markets due to our fear, as if selling "pollution credits" for something that is not a pollutant were an answer. Earth likes carbon, whereas it does not like toxic pollution. Let's reduce deadly things rather than our carbon footprint. We have been sold a bill of goods. Sorry, Greta Thunberg. We love you. Your message is being exploited as you are being glorified. Every corporation, stop polluting for profit. Let's stop letting heavy industry off the hook.

Let's get to planting a trillion trees, or how many ever it is companies have destroyed to sell the rich resources which are our birthright. We didn't get a check, like they get in Alaska for pumping the oil they should be leaving in the ground. California pumps plenty of oil, and we are legally entitled to compensation as citizens of the state, but we've never gotten our checks.

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