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Young and Angry

Posted by on May 6, 2017 in Featured, Kids of the World | 0 comments

Young and Angry

If I were a young man, I would be really angry with my parents’ and grandparents’ generations. In other words, your peers. “What are you doing to my future?” I would shout at them, the grown-ups; the people in power. You are leaving me a mess. The climate is changing and the world population will grow from the 7.5 billion it stands at today to over 9 billion over the next 30 years with no solution for overpopulation in sight. You might deny climate change but overpopulation is a very...

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Geo-Engineering and Climate Change

Posted by on Sep 2, 2013 in Ecology, Featured | 22 comments

Geo-Engineering and Climate Change

The specter of a Climate Change is looming around the corner of a not too far away future and some people are contemplating solutions. One possible solution is what we at Nesseq propagate, let’s reduce our energy demand! Let’s employ the Inherent Energy of the place in the manner of the Total Energy Modulation. Let us reduce waste and resources. Another solution is what is called Geo-Engineering(1). There are only two reasons why to employ such a drastic and, at this time, highly...

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ABC Warfare against Nature

Posted by on Apr 13, 2011 in Ecology | 1 comment

ABC Warfare against Nature

In a time, as Fukushima glows, nations such as Iran still cling to their nuclear ambitions. Chernobyl in the Ukraine, 1986, and now Fukushima show very clearly the dangers of nuclear technology.  Even when this technology is only utilized for civilian purposes and neither a technical failure or a natural catastrophe leads to a meltdown, this technology is nonetheless very, very dangerous. Until today no one really knows what to do with the radioactive waste. Where is a safe place...

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Ahmadinejad, Wake Up!

Posted by on Apr 3, 2011 in Ecology | 6 comments

Ahmadinejad, Wake Up!

Nuclear power was sold to us, the public, as the solution to the energy hunger of the world. The responsible people forgot to tell us, that nuclear power, just as nuclear weapons, are highly dangerous. The accidents in the Fukushima Nuclear Power – FNP (1) plants in Japan, should always remind us human beings, that nature is not be be reckoned with. All three contiengecy plans at 3 nuclear power plants failed. At the same time! A earthquake, with or without following Tsunami (2), can...

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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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