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A process of energy dynamics

With stock markets crashing and global climate also in trouble one can only wonder if there is a connection as many countries refuse to act due to economic losses. Hmmm!

Energy in the case of biospherical energy is all linked so if one is in trouble it does spread.

Human consciousness does cause cascades in various areas in this case both environmentally as well as economically.

Social order demands balance and this is far from balanced.Humanity can affect the biosphere through its emission of thought but the process also works the other way around in that the biosphere can have the same effect on human consciousness so a recession will occur if the global condition keeps declining.

How can it change? Well thats a different story and one that even many politicians should know about. Its coming soon..

5 Responses to “A process of energy dynamics”

  1. moryah4 Says:

    The country I live which Zarlen has predicted, “will one day stand as an example to the rest of world to do with the environment.” -Australia- is worth watching as an interesting case history of how human beings can lose an entire country.
    Basically Zarlen has spelt it out pretty plain:
    “IF AUSTRALIA FAILS TO CHANGE ITS ATTITUDE,MOVE AWAY FROM FOSSIL FUELS,EMBRACE ALTERNATIVE POWER SOURCES,AND TAKE THE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO SAFEGUARD WHAT REMAINS OF HER ENVIRONMENT,(I.E. BY FORTIFYING HER COASTLINES WITH RETAING WALLS THE ENTIRE CONTINENT WILL END UP BEING SUBMERGED BY THE RISING OCEAN LEVELS DUE TO THE GLOBAL WARMING SCENARIO”
    One only has to realize, as Zarlen has stated before,that most of Australia is at sea-level or below,being the flattest continent on earth, to realize the probabilty of OZ going into the soup.
    I was talking to a Maori gentleman of traditional indigenous instruction ,here once, and he told me that his elders had given him a prophecy that “One day many refugees will arrive on our western )shores(in New Zealand) and our people will be standing defending these shores with guns.”
    You only have to look at which country is west from New Zealand to see that it happens to be Australia or ‘la-la’ land as I call it( because most people here are so laid-back about our future responsibilities to our environmentwhich will affect the next generations and the world at large.Well, as Nancy Pelosi the US House Speaker said recently about Wall Street,”The party’s over.” And according to Zarlen it is act within the next two to four years or face peril.
    In the past two days I see two press reports of interest here in our national papers which, though random in their selection ,typify the way Australia operates.
    The first most recent is this one:
    ‘A new report from the Australian arm of the Friends of the Earth warns of 104 food and food-related products on sale around the world using questionable nanotechnologies which could put our health at risk, with no local labelling laws or safety checks in place to keep Australians
    safe from the tiny nano threat.’
    http://www.itwire.com/index2.php?option=com_content&do_pdf=1&id=17095
    Australia’s anything goes as long as its being done in America or it makes lots of money policy,and should it turn out to be bad for the environment ,or peoples health,we’ll sort it out later.
    One of Australia’s favourite sayings is “She’ll be right mate!” and if things go awry “Oh well,shit happens.” (say no more…)
    Last month I read about how the Monsanto company have begun infiltrating the Australian farming industry with their genetically modified technology.Check out their credentials: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monsanto.
    Australia’s farming industry is a vital component of the Australian economy. Food accounts for 46 per cent of all retailing turnover in Australia, with total food and liquor retail spending in 2006–07 rising to $106.6 billion, an 8 per cent increase from the previous year.The industry makes a significant contribution to the economies of regional areas through employment, business and service opportunities. There were around 191 400 people employed in food and beverage manufacturing in Australia in 2006–07.Also many new industries were established in the late 1980s and 1990s to take advantage of emerging market opportunities. Crops in the fruit and vegetables industry were introduced.
    By feeding false information to Australian politicans and industry leaders and using their big $$$cheque books to entrap the allegiance of the same ,guess who will ending eating genetically modified food? (and not just we Aussies ,as we are big exporters to the rest of the world.)
    And guess whose environment will be in trouble like the other ‘genetically modified’ food-producing nations ?
    Dr Jon has already provided extensive research on the issue of GM foods here on this blog the last entry titled: “Where are the bees going”-Monday, September 22nd, 2008 :
    http://rajon.com/blog1/?cat=7&paged=2
    ,that GM food(i.e.the GM pollen from GM crops) kills the pollinating creatures,like the honey bee, who assist plants to breed and grow.Because at least 90% of plants rely on pollination, kill the pollinators and you kill the plants,kill the plants and you’ll end up wiping out the animals that rely on plants for food..(Do you see which way this is going?).
    With an annual revenue of USD$8.563 billion reported for 2007 Monsanto are now quietly instigating certain strategies to take over the Australian farming industry as they have done elsewhere in the world.Such a take-over is highly likely due to my country’s lax,lazy and selfish attitude.And you only have to ask countries like India as to the final outcome of joining in a partnership like Monsanto incorporate GM products as to the type of outcomes that can occur:
    http://www.navdanya.org/news/04july15.htm
    Global agribusinesses such as Monsanto, Cargill, and Syn genta breed a cycle of interdependence from their client to themselves which as you can see is akin to a type of slavery.This plus what these products do to the environment.
    But meanwhile in Australia ,”She’ll be right mate-let’s let the bigwigs make the decisions just let me do my own thing-bye”
    With large mineral assets Australia is also the world’s largest coal exporting nation and this industry is recording record profits at the moment(Almost 40 per cent of the world’s power is generated from thermal coal.) This report from last month:
    http://paguntaka.org/2008/09/03/chinese-demand-coal-and-iron-ore-effect-australian-mining-boom/
    Dr Jon and Zarlen have both stated Australia needs to focus on alternative technologies and no matter how enticing the $$$ it will end carbon-producing coal and Australia’s dependence on fossil fuels will end up being an albatross around this (my county’s) neck.
    As the Doc says what use is money when you have no environment(ecosystem) to live in which provides the basic means to feed your children in the first place.
    Australia can be a world leader and innovator of alternative energies.So says Zarlen.With two-third’s of Australia arid desert the perfect place to employ large (even massive) solar projects to power the nation.Also wind and other green technologies could be incorpaorted into this landscape to great effect.I mean you are talking about a continent almost as large as the U.S. (minus Alaska)!
    Desalination is necesary on a large-scale for its main river systems(which have been decimated by drought and misuse),says Zarlen,as they provide water to at least 40% of Australia’s crop growing farms which provide about 60% or more of the crops grown in this country.But none of this is being implemented as advised.Zarlen says as per usual Australia will not act until it is too late…
    - “She’ll be right mate”
    JUST HOPE YOU ALL CAN SWIM…

  2. admin0 Says:

    This just reported by the BBC online.
    The global economy is losing more money from the disappearance of forests than through the current banking crisis, according to an EU-commissioned study.

    It puts the annual cost of forest loss at between $2 trillion and $5 trillion.

    The figure comes from adding the value of the various services that forests perform, such as providing clean water and absorbing carbon dioxide.

    The study, headed by a Deutsche Bank economist, parallels the Stern Review into the economics of climate change.

    It has been discussed during many sessions here at the World Conservation Congress.

    Some conservationists see it as a new way of persuading policymakers to fund nature protection rather than allowing the decline in ecosystems and species, highlighted in the release on Monday of the Red List of Threatened Species, to continue.

    Capital losses

    Speaking to BBC News on the fringes of the congress, study leader Pavan Sukhdev emphasised that the cost of natural decline dwarfs losses on the financial markets.

    “It’s not only greater but it’s also continuous, it’s been happening every year, year after year,” he told BBC News.

    Teeb will… show the risks we run by not valuing [nature] adequately.”
    Andrew Mitchell
    Global Canopy Programme

    “So whereas Wall Street by various calculations has to date lost, within the financial sector, $1-$1.5 trillion, the reality is that at today’s rate we are losing natural capital at least between $2-$5 trillion every year.”

    The review that Mr Sukhdev leads, The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (Teeb), was initiated by Germany under its recent EU presidency, with the European Commission providing funding.

    The first phase concluded in May when the team released its finding that forest decline could be costing about 7% of global GDP. The second phase will expand the scope to other natural systems.

    Stern message

    Key to understanding his conclusions is that as forests decline, nature stops providing services which it used to provide essentially for free.

    So the human economy either has to provide them instead, perhaps through building reservoirs, building facilities to sequester carbon dioxide, or farming foods that were once naturally available.

    Or we have to do without them; either way, there is a financial cost.

    The Teeb calculations show that the cost falls disproportionately on the poor, because a greater part of their livelihood depends directly on the forest, especially in tropical regions.

    The greatest cost to western nations would initially come through losing a natural absorber of the most important greenhouse gas.

    Just as the Stern Review brought the economics of climate change into the political arena and helped politicians see the consequences of their policy choices, many in the conservation community believe the Teeb review will lay open the economic consequences of halting or not halting the slide in biodiversity.

    “The numbers in the Stern Review enabled politicians to wake up to reality,” said Andrew Mitchell, director of the Global Canopy Programme, an organisation concerned with directing financial resources into forest preservation.

    “Teeb will do the same for the value of nature, and show the risks we run by not valuing it adequately.”

    A number of nations, businesses and global organisations are beginning to direct funds into forest conservation, and there are signs of a trade in natural ecosystems developing, analogous to the carbon trade, although it is clearly very early days.

    Some have ethical concerns over the valuing of nature purely in terms of the services it provides humanity; but the counter-argument is that decades of trying to halt biodiversity decline by arguing for the intrinsic worth of nature have not worked, so something different must be tried.

    Whether Mr Sukhdev’s arguments will find political traction in an era of financial constraint is an open question, even though many of the governments that would presumably be called on to fund forest protection are the ones directly or indirectly paying for the review.

    But, he said, governments and businesses are getting the point.

    “Times have changed. Almost three years ago, even two years ago, their eyes would glaze over.

    “Today, when I say this, they listen. In fact I get questions asked - so how do you calculate this, how can we monetize it, what can we do about it, why don’t you speak with so and so politician or such and such business.”

    The aim is to complete the Teeb review by the middle of 2010, the date by which governments are committed under the Convention of Biological Diversity to have begun slowing the rate of biodiversity loss.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7662565.stm

  3. moryah4 Says:

    (Quote: Dr Jon Sherwood ,October 6th, 2008 )

    “Human consciousness does cause cascades in various areas in this case both environmentally as well as economically.

    Social order demands balance and this is far from balanced.Humanity can affect the biosphere through its emission of thought but the process also works the other way around in that the biosphere can have the same effect on human consciousness so a recession will occur if the global condition keeps declining.

    How can it change? Well thats a different story and one that even many politicians should know about. Its coming soon.”

    We all tend to think life has to be difficult these days but this is not the case.
    For one as I was taught some years ago in England by Zarlen ,
    “Life is supposed to be fun” So lighten up!
    Remember when Russia made the effort to sign the Montreal Protocol agreement (the Ozone Protection Treaty) ? this was when Mr George W Bush was belittling the process and even Australia under the Howard government backpeddled taking our signature off it.
    This agreement is only a minimalist agreement but such a big deal was made of those parties who did not sign.They just could not be bothered having to alter their carbon-polluting ways .
    Well when Russia signed that agreement ,which like Us and Australia they could have said well the others aren’t signing it why should we bother ,but they did .they made the effort which was not as hard as they thought and silmultaneously Dr Jon and Zarlen and the rest of their team predicted Russia’s would now take a major growth spurt becuase of this action The Montreal Protocol on Substances That Deplete the Ozone Layer is an international treaty designed to protect the ozone layer by phasing out the production of a number of substances believed to be responsible for ozone depletion. The treaty was opened for signature on September 16, 1987 and entered into force on January 1, 1989 followed by a first meeting in Helsinki, May 1989. Since then, it has undergone seven revisions, in 1990 (London), 1991 (Nairobi), 1992 (Copenhagen), 1993 (Bangkok), 1995 (Vienna), 1997 (Montreal), and 1999 (Beijing).It is believed that if the international agreement is adhered to, the ozone layer is expected to recover by 2050. Due to its widespread adoption and implementation it has been hailed as an example of exceptional international co-operation with Kofi Annan quoted as saying it is “Perhaps the single most successful international agreement to date…”.
    A minimalist agreement but a postive step and because Russia signed the agreement they were working with their biosphere not against it.
    So what ended up happening to Russia after 27th October 2004 after they signed the the Montreal Protocol agreement -simple-they prospered…
    Russia who account for 17% of the world’s carbon emmissions acted.

    This story came out last year on October 29th,2007.

    RUSSIAN ECONOMY BOOMING

    Russia will be the fifth largest economy in the world in 2020, with a $2 trillion economy in 2010 thanks to its progressing “macroeconomic breakthrough,” said Charles Ryan, chief country officer and chief executive of Deutsche Bank in Russia.

    “One of the things I am always struck by is how the history of prediction in the West about what’s going to happen in Russia has been so poor,” Mr. Ryan told the Heritage Foundation last week. “No one could have predicted in 1998, in the very dark days of the utter collapse of the Russian economy, that we would be sitting here today with such an optimistic nature about the current state of the Russian macroeconomic story.”
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2007/oct/29/russian32economy32booming
    OK you say what about recent times? Russia are getting buffeted around with the rest of the world as the rest of us.
    Maybe for now but maybe they too have started to get off track ,focussing on oil wealth/needs- too much concentration on those (Precious?)presumed oil reserves under the ,former pristine, but now melting.. Northern Ice cap.
    Well I am sure if they ,and we tweak(swing) our thoughts back in the direction that encouraged Russia’s recovery in the first place to seeking the safest way to create energy destroying the very biosphere we exist in we will all start see how exceptionally interactive our thinking/attitude and the results we get in our environment really is. We may just find we start creating the progress,the results and the support from our (living) biosphere that we need.Think of the little ones do you want to leave them a shit -dying world ?
    I don’t.
    It is really not as hard as we think and it does have benefits doing the right thing,no matter which part of the world you live in,start the steps follow your instincts-what feels right here?

  4. moryah4 Says:

    You can tell Australia is heading for some deep do-do.
    When I am feeling a bit a bit down I liken this ride to being on the Titanic,with most of or populace oblivious to the big picture.

    (Quote Zarlen:”With stock markets crashing and global climate also in trouble one can only wonder if there is a connection as many countries refuse to act due to economic losses. Hmmm!
    Energy in the case of biospherical energy is all linked so if one is in trouble it does spread.
    Human consciousness does cause cascades in various areas in this case both environmentally as well as economically.”)

    Well I guess you are aware that Australia has been under a long and extreme drought for some years now,and Dr Jon and myself has mentioned about Australia’s local food supply being threatened with how the drought has caused the main irrigation system to 40% of the countries vegetable,fruit and grain growing areas (the Murray-Darling river Basin) to wither,dry and turn acidic.This is only getting worse.There is the increased hole in the Ozone layer sitting over much of the continent too,plus the heliosphere exacerbates this too at the moment.
    Meanwhile the Australian government still keeps promoting and taking big amounts of cash into the national till from large coal exports,promotes and takes money for overseas companies to survey of Uranium in Queensland and Western Australia even though they are allowing no more mines(this seems to indicate they will eventually tap into this)
    Australia’s reord as carbon polluters is the worst in world per capita.We are recently attributed with the worst extinction record in the world for wildlife by surveys done by World wildlife Fund etc,and then there is also one of if not the worst decimation of natural environment record’s in the world too.
    Australia’ human rights records towards the nation’s indigenous citizens and refugees (especially under the previous government) is clearly appalling too.Australia’s historical record states that Australia is one of the only country’s in the world to successfully complete wipe an entire aboriginal group from their own terrtory.At first settlement there were an estimated 4,000 Tasmanian Aborigines in this territory. Then there was genocide, exemplified ideologically by the “Black Line” in which 2,200 settlers, soldiers and convicts set out to herd, kill or capture as many Aborigines as possible. That only one man and a child were captured belies the significance of the attempt. The traditional Aboriginal population was soon after to disappear through settler brutality, denigration and disease.
    Tasmanian history, until the work of revisionist historians such as Henry Reynolds, held that Truganini was the last Tasmanian Aborigine, and that when she died in 1876, so too had a whole race. On the small islands off the coast of Tasmania - Bruny, Cape Barron and Flinders - islanders of mixed race (aboriginal and European) had flourished, but as “Islanders” not “Aboriginals”. Today some 16,000 Tasmanians identify themselves as Aboriginal but claims to Aboriginal identity are frequently remote, confused, spurious and sometimes bitterly contested. In 2002 a woman’s claim to Aboriginality was rejected while her full brother’s claim was accepted.
    The lack of a written language and the loss of the Tasmanian tribal languages has meant that little is now known about the traditional culture.
    Now the Australian ghovernment are interfer with many Aboriginal missions across Australia using the experience of child molestation as an excuse.
    An aboriginal friend of mine and Dr Jon’s who works with the Rain forest tribes near Cairns told us the government process is disturbing a delicate situation that was being resolved and interefering with the dwindling cultural rights of the aboriginal.
    Barely a week or tiow into the aboriginal mission intervention process a secret police report was leaked shwing how the European Australian populace was infested with pedaphiles right across the full strata of society,including police,politicians and business leaders.How hypocritiacl to humiliate the aboriginal perpetrators when we have not cleaned up our own back-yard.
    And if you want to know how Australia treats her refugees check this out:
    http://www.ruralaustraliansforrefugees.org.au/template.php3?area=facts&content=index
    So getting to Zarlen’s quote:”Human consciousness does cause cascades in various areas in this case both environmentally as well as economically.”
    is it any wonder a total of $97 billion has been wiped off the off the value of Australia’s four main(biggest banks this year,80% of Australian’s citizens who are on mandatory superannuation(retirement fund) deductions have lost 20% off this in the world financial this year with mortgage funds frozen etc.?
    The cascade has only just begun…

  5. moryah4 Says:

    (Quote :Dr Jon Sherwood,October 6th, 2008 ):

    “Energy in the case of biospherical energy is all linked so if one is in trouble it does spread.
    Human consciousness does cause cascades in various areas in this case both environmentally as well as economically.
    Social order demands balance and this is far from balanced.Humanity can affect the biosphere through its emission of thought but the process also works the other way around in that the biosphere can have the same effect on human consciousness.”

    On Saturday, 18 January 2003, bushfires hit Canberra, the national capital of Australia. Driven by hot westerly winds, wildfire swept through most of the urban bushland in the southern suburbs, crossed the bush–urban interface, and penetrated deeply into the westernmost urban area, destroying 501 homes and causing four deaths .
    The fires caused more property damage than any single recorded Australian fire except that at Mount Macedon in Victoria on “Ash Wednesday” (16 February 1983), when 628 homes and seven lives were lost.
    I remember Jonathan Dr Jon saying to me that this result,i.e the bushfires in Canberra the government capital had come about because the then prime minister had already instigated a covert decision to invade Iraq(which in the long run proved to be on trumped up charges:

    “Howard’s Iraq war lies continue to unravel”
    17 November 1993
    Rohan Pearce

    On March 18, 2003, Prime Minister John Howard announced in federal parliament: “The government has now authorised our defence forces, which were predeployed to the [Persian] Gulf to acclimatise and contribute to the campaign to persuade Saddam Hussein into compliance, to take part in coalition operations.”
    In reality, the government’s decision to invade Iraq — in order to shore up Australian imperialism’s alliance with the US — had been taken long before this date.
    On February 23, the defence department released The War in Iraq: ADF Operations in the Middle East in 2003, a report dealing with the lessons learnt during the Iraq invasion, which recounts Australia’s preparation “mid-2002” for participation in a US-led invasion of Iraq.

    http://www.greenleft.org.au/2004/573/32903

    Jonathan (Dr Jon) commented that becuase australia had chosen the path of aggression the enrgy they got back was fire and it was honed in at the source,the Howard Government.
    So analyze the Fire Storms in California and look for the cause,as the USA is still engaged in two major wars Afghanistan and Iraq and you will see this enrgy will keep returning to the source until something is changed.

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