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Transcript of the Interview with Claudia von Werlhof on Geoengineering, CO2, Ozone Depletion, Bertell, HAARP, 5G

Transcript of the Interview with Claudia von Werlhof on Geoengineering, CO2, Ozone Depletion, Bertell, HAARP, 5G Professor Claudia von Werlhof wrote to Greta Thunberg. In this letter von Werlhof tells that the disruption of the global climate is not due to CO2. Following questions arose from this letter for Silvia Terribili, who asked von Werlhof to give an interview for her radio show Onda Italiana on salto.nl, April 9th. Where can we find scientific evidence for this, since the mainstream information tells us every day that the climate disruption is due to CO2? Some 30 years ago concerned environmentalists already asked for a drastic… Continue Reading

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The art of complicating life

Since the invention of agriculture, humanity has embarked on a process of increasing complexity of its existence. Starting from nomadic, semi-sedentary or scattered rural societies, it began to build more and more populated cities, until arriving at modern megacities. At the same time, driven by the instinct of survival, then by greed, it has created more and more extensive empires and is currently trying to achieve one on a global scale, the New World Order. Continue Reading

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It Happened In 1948

in 1948 took place in particular the following events : Wiener lays the foundations for cybernetics The mathematician Norbert Wiener published in 1948 a resounding book titled, “Cybernetics, or control and communication in the animal and the machine”. For the first time, he defines cybernetics as a science of the mechanisms of communication and control in living beings, machines and organized systems. It is the measure of the information provided by a series of messages. This book has been very successful since its publication. It will be considered the reference in cybernetics GATT [forerunner of… Continue Reading

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The Cities are the Cancer of the Earth

History tends to show that urbanization has always been accompanied by a movement of agriculture towards monocultures and peasant exploitation. When a city became established and grew into an initially rural area with self-sustaining polyculture farms, in order to survive, it had to put in place a whole process of food supply from the surrounding countryside. The peasants had to produce much more, and in such a way that the harvest was faster. The polyculture practiced on a self-sufficient family farm, on a surface of the order of a few hectares (between two hundred and five hundred square feet), allowed… Continue Reading

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Is Human Activity Primarily Responsible for Global Climate Change?

Is Human Activity Primarily Responsible for Global Climate Change?   Temperatures on earth have increased approximately 1.8°F since the early 20th century. Over this time period, atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) have notably increased. Both sides in the debate surrounding global climate change agree on these points. The pro side argues rising levels of atmospheric greenhouse gases are a direct result of human activities such as burning fossil fuels, and that these increases are causing significant and increasingly severe climate changes including global warming, loss of sea ice, sea… Continue Reading

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Permaculture vs industrial agriculture: a sense of priorities

The technological progress is decidedly prodigious: with a combine, one man can cover hectares of land alone, with a plane he can spread pesticides at will. When we look at productivity per hour worked in agriculture, technology produces miracles: This is all the danger of reasoning only on numbers and statistics detached from reality: Science without consciousness is only ruin of the soul The real question is: among all the statistics, in the full range of possibilities, what should be prioritized, where should the priorities be? If the… Continue Reading

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The Elementals of Nature

We can consider the elementals of nature (such as elves, fairies, gnomes, sylphs, water spirits, salamanders or fire devas) as imaginary, folkloric or legendary creatures. However, some shamans and clairvoyants claim to have perceived them with one or more senses (often vision, but also touch or hearing) and in some cases have somewhat interacted with them. Even if neurology tends to consider such sensations as the only fruit of brain work, these usually invisible beings could have an objective existence. Science is probably far from having discovered all the secrets of nature. Let us consider here that the existence of… Continue Reading