When knowledge is not accessible for free, it creates a meritocracy that ends up capitalizing on people’s ignorance and monetizing everything we can think of, and bad things begin to happen. Very bad things.
Free and unbiased education supported by philosophy and spirituality, has to replace the indoctrination of the masses by religious and financial monopolies, what we have today. We cannot have a “free and unbiased” education since money is used to divide and conquer as everybody chases it 24/7, meaning that many will do whatever it takes to get more of it, and unethically if necessary. Wall Street has been a den of vipers since day 1, and will never change.
Money prevents people from thinking rationally because we all dream about what is perceived as freedom but must compete to get it, then we fall into the trap again and again. Over and over. Competition and integrity are polar opposites.
Here is a serious question: can you name one single and mainstream industrial product that is still worth commercializing and not harming the environment one way or another? Even solar power will result in just another unprecedented disaster.
We need Tesla’s type of free energy
We need to end ALL plastic production at the consumer level.
We need to end wasting nearly 50% worth of food we produce every year and worldwide.
We need to go back to internet DSL cable until an alternative to 4 and 5G is found, there is most likely one already
We need to return to healthy diets
We need to end all dogmas instilling divide and conquer.
We need Guides instead of politicians
We need an environment friendly technology
We need to be able to recycle all waste
We need to rediscover plant healing
etc… the list is too exhaustive to keep writing, sorry
Scary? well… that’s the price to pay to fix our planetary house of cards!
88,000 tons of radioactive waste – and nowhere to put it
The United States produces 2,200 tons of nuclear waste each year…and no one knows what to do with it. The federal government has long promised, but never delivered, a safe place for nuclear power plants to store their spent fuel. This means that radioactive waste is piling up all over the country. We visited one of the worst places where the waste is stuck: a beachside power plant uncomfortably close to both San Diego and Los Angeles.
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