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Children’s Rights

Posted by on Mar 27, 2011 in Ecology | 2 comments

Children’s Rights

Every child is born without being asked. All those people telling you otherwise, are simply victims of their own wishful thinking. I, the author was obviously born, but I can’t remember being asked, whether I wanted to or not. Fact is, I was born and I was only one amongst millions. And nobody was asked. Also the children, who are born now, were and are not asked. Every new born child today, is one amongst 7 billion citizens of this world. Today world population is about 7 billion...

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1. World System

Posted by on Mar 24, 2011 in Ecology | 2 comments

1. World System

The technology of the 1. World (1) plays a big part in the wake of a possible Climate Change (2). But it is not just the technology, it is the whole system, in which technology is one of the decisive parts. The 1. World is transferring their system to the 3. World (3), although it is obvious, that this system does not function properly. Would our system work as it should, our natural environment would remain undisturbed and a Climate Change would be a far away possibility. If a Climate Change...

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Social and Human Security

Posted by on Mar 19, 2011 in Sustainability | 8 comments

Social and Human Security

If Social Security is mentioned in Nesseq.com, it is meant in a European sense and not in the American one. Some call it Human Security (1), which is also valid. The difference is, that Human Security is about the individual and his place in society is not defined. Social Security is about the security of the individual in society. Social security has nothing to do with Welfare. It is rather about, how secure is my place in society? This is best achieved, by supplying jobs! One has a job, ones...

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Again the TOTEM!

Posted by on Mar 16, 2011 in Totem | 10 comments

Again the TOTEM!

The basic statement of the TOTEM System is, use what you have! You don’t use muscles, than you have to use a machine. This constitutes a multiplied need for energy. The old saying, that if you had a brain, you would not have to use your muscles, is so not valid anymore. In times of Climate Change signs. Use more muscles, means less technical energy is needed. And this is the declared goal of every ecological conscience person. Still many minor jobs, which do not demand much energy, are...

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The Anti Scientist

Posted by on Mar 13, 2011 in Sustainability | 18 comments

The Anti Scientist

How science is directly responsible for the ecological situation and how it fails to offer a solution. Perhaps Anti-Science is the answer?. Science is the cause of the present ecological problem. First, it enabled the economy and society to advance to this stage. Better medical and hygienic, to what extent is not clear, conditioned the growth of the world population. And now we have too much technology and too many people on earth. The philosophers of ethics, economy and society did not really...

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