November 2012 Blog Posts (3)

GMOS. The Next Steps. Why We Won. | Raw Spirit Community News

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Added by Raw Spirit Festival on November 9, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Serendipity is calling did you answer?

Many of us have desires that we would love to fulfill. We strive to do the inner work to release that which stands in the way of acquiring that desire. When 'it' finally arrives are you prepared? Do you open your heart and embrace it or do you stand there dumbfounded that 'it' finally arrived and don't know what to do?  It may arrive in moments you least expect and not always at what you feel is the opportune time.

What is your dream and what steps are you willing to take to have it?…

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Added by angel on November 9, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

Regenerate hormones, neurotransmitters and more with protein based adaptogen

Every five or so years I come across a nutritional supplement that has a major impact on chronic health conditions and overall revitalization of health for a substantial percentage of my clients. I’ve just come across one this past June that I must share with you. It’s called “Laminine” and I would describe it as a protein-based adaptogen.…

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Added by Jim Jordan on November 8, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments

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This New Electric Jet Concept Uses Air Friction to Generate Power | Robb Report

While the most current trend in business aviation is all about creating the next generation of electric and hybrid-powered aircraft, a new kind of space race could emerge if the physics actually support the theory behind Eather One. Designer Michal Bonikowski’s concept is probably four or five generations ahead of the current mode of thinking, but Bonikowski told Robb Report that he was inspired by the recent Maveric concept by Airbus. “That aircraft’s unique design helps reduce drag while providing more cabin space,” he said. “I have been thinking a lot about this lately, and wondered what could happen if a big company would like to create an electric plane.”

These Carbon-Neutral Bioceramic Geodesic Dome Homes Last 500 Years And Don’t Rot, Burn, Or Rust | Forbes

California-based Geoship has raised almost $400,000 from 583 investors in a crowdfunding campaign to create a new kind of housing: affordable, resilient, modular, green, and long-lasting. The inspiration is from Buckminster Fuller, architect and futurist who popularized the geodesic dome. The invention enabling it? Bioceramic, the same material used to coat hip and knee joint replacements and found in NFL quarterback Tom Brady’s TB12 “recovery sleepwear” clothing.

Planet of the Humans Review: Shining a Light on the Energy Black Box | MAHB

As its filmmakers anticipated, the new movie Planet of the Humans is generating quite the controversy. Push-back from the mainstream environmental community was to be expected, but what perhaps wasn’t – with some exceptions – is the hostility and lack of nuanced, substantive response that’s sadly become a staple of societal discourse. In their reactionary attempts to hurl divisive labels and empty punches, many reviews seem to be missing the key underlying point of the film. 

Michael Moore Presents: Planet of the Humans | Full Documentary | Directed by Jeff Gibbs | YouTube

Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say what no one else will this Earth Day — that we are losing the battle to stop climate change on planet earth because we are following leaders who have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America. This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the environmental movement’s answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. It's too little, too late.

The Half-Earth movement wants to protect 50% of the planet | Fast Company

To conserve life on Earth (as we know it) in the face of climate change, we need a drastic solution, and a growing movement has a bold plan: set aside half of the planet’s surface for just nature. There’s one problem: There are a lot of people already on much of that land. Setting aside half of Earth’s surface for only nature could directly affect more than 1 billion people, primarily in lower-middle-income countries, according to recent research out of the University of Cambridge. Could we still make it work?

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