co2 not PU have to do with you? **** co2 sinks pu stinks one u can live without

lorenhough

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i would like to express my concerns; thx LH

if you let a plant use up it co2 in a green house what happens?
is co2 killing you?
is the sky falling?
or is it black pu rain ? that they are not telling you

what is co2?
what % is it in the air
what % is man made
were does it go
how does it do it ?

Carbon dioxide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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(chemical formula CO 2) is a colorless, odorless gas vital to plant life on earth. This naturally occurring chemical compound is composed of two oxygen ...

video were does co2 go and what does it mean?
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it goes out of the ocean were its hot and goes back in were it cold in the north and south at the same time;

does the sun warm the ocean?

when is it summer in dec 25 in usa ? if you don't know then you cant see the bigger picture of the play of movement between the earth and sun and all the other space bodies and space weather effects the weather that is always changing with patterns that can be seen.

here is my point co2 sinks to the ground in my green house so where do u find most of it near ? the surface of the earth; in my green I add co2 the air up to a 1ooo ppm; the plants and soil take more co2 if it is there! good news it sinks and I have faster growing bigger ..... more food! I have never seen just co2 change the temp. or the weather in my green house. were do u find the co2 in my green house? it sits about 2 feet above the ground not at the top part inside of my green house; remember co2 sinks that how it gets into the ocean. land and plants etc.

the 400 parts per million sounds like a lot? but is only .03% of the earths air.
so what % of co2 is man made of the .03% ?

if heat leads co2 what does that mean?

in Kansas we say; if u don't like the weather wait 10 min.

what % is 50 parts per million? as big boys say 350 ppm
to 400 ppm is a big # is it? really big or very very small?

look co2 !! but don't look at he pu Atomized & Aerosolized happy dust

pu is not gona hurt if your happy???????? they say to the japnnes people;
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There has been 6000% increase in birth defects: since Fukushima, over the last 1000 days.

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we need fuckushim to save you from that co2 all the people breathing and all the cows tooting out the rear end is bad bad and the sky is falling! we will save you with world law and pay your world bank carbon tax that king hubbert was for. etc in 1930s or so and ibm rules that I-beam there watchen
 
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Hi Loren,

Considering that you've been aware of Fukushima for quite awhile, I'm curious why you decided to move to Colorado and become a farmer? Why not go to the southern hemisphere instead?
 

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Hi Loren,

Considering that you've been aware of Fukushima for quite awhile, I'm curious why you decided to move to Colorado and become a farmer? Why not go to the southern hemisphere instead?
hi jerry and all

very good question; I wish I had sooner!

it took me one year to figured out! [ my new friend from very very rich family was told the next day & she went to new z that same day she told me last year ]

as there so little info and I was new to use computer after 3-11 it took time to say go 'south' ; then do I need more $ ok work then my father needed me he is ok now I came back to my 160 a. in the wilds of ks that I really own till I die, life time estate I pay no rent and no tax. my house had been not used for 4 years with lots of old clothes that I call my pre fukushima house and etc. we have little rain here and little snow so not much fall out less then west cost if it rained when the boom of the bomb dust can over head and if there is say feb 14 wipp fire I had a hepa face mask; hepa going inside etc.

plans didn't work out to go to Uruguay slowed me up but! I stayed out of the rain and snow didn't go out on windy days or used face mask made distilled water eat as much food from the south h etc etc and ran the bell to run like hell ever day; a rich women ask me to be on her site about radaion; then we made my site and I was asked not tell people to go south till they were down south; I said no way and so the 1st video I put up was mag. gen. burt s urginet warning and he and his wife rema moved to Chile from central A !! I love that man who would know more about fall out black rain then him.

then dr simon weather man for the rich my friend said go south as he did. to uragury as my friend did so I had her meet him and we share info with him now;
have a few friends who want to go but it is hard to; I say its easy if you can.

so glad to tell you I moving to' FiJi'! packing now and will be there may 15 Ya clean fish sea salt seed weed all the coconuts u can eat raw grass milk ok etc. etc. help the organic family farm and be a heath adviser at the natural hot springs spas

English is the barn talk there, have lots of friends there who live there ; brave new world island for me swimming with the whales with no rulers just village 300 islands may be not to late to start a real family not just a rainbow

all are welcome will help any one with info if I can etc. I can read the writing on the stones

the 1st post I made on your site was to ask mr joe atwill what he though about 'Dreams' for shadowing fuk u shima and he said 'yes'; all I need to know that the odds old plants as they are [40 yr+] one will blow up ever 7 years;

Skype works there I have my new mic hope to still help;

going fishen in stead of just a wishen don't let the radiation detector fool ya its ok because it a'nt

I remember just after 3-11 lots of houses going up for sale in Santa Barbra I love the smell of the in ohi orange tree in the spring the coast is toast paradise lost so sorry they say they don't know why just because they love to lie or are duped or not even looken in my humble way of thinken
it all just a stinken ooooo pu

Loren
wish me well as I wish you and all
 
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mad1

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My wife and I "escaped" the catharsis of 1960's America in 1971 and lived for a time in Fiji, the South Island of New Zealand and Tahiti. By 1975 we returned knowing at our core good or bad we were Americans, the ex-pat life has it's own set of difficulties.
 

lorenhough

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My wife and I "escaped" the catharsis of 1960's America in 1971 and lived for a time in Fiji, the South Island of New Zealand and Tahiti. By 1975 we returned knowing at our core good or bad we were Americans, the ex-pat life has it's own set of difficulties.
Catharsis (from the Greek κάθαρσις katharsis meaning "purification" or "cleansing") is the purification and purgation of emotions—especially pity and fear ...that you escaped is not why I going; thx for telling me your story. what did you best like about Fiji?

my pigs go to my friends they get to live for now who knows I can always come back and be a green grass spring feed pig farmer and need a green house. for the winter
 
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in my green I add co2 the air up to a 1ooo ppm; the plants and soil take more co2 if it is there! good news it sinks and I have faster growing bigger ..... more food!
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need a green house. for the winter
Loren, I'm confused: you have a greenhouse? Need one? Or, you're going to need a new one for Fiji?

In general, Loren, your writing can be very hard to parse. Why the inarticulate stream-of-consciousness style? You seem like a very well-read, educated person, yet you write like you're trying to imitate James Joyce.

Is that expensive, to get a CO2 tank? Or do you just run an engine in your greenhouse? Sounds like a good idea.
 

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you can get a tank of co2 and inject it up high through a tube with holes; you can rent the tank and us a timer and use a fan on the floor to bring it back off the ground where it will build up to reuse till the plants take it all up or they will die with out co2

dry ice in a bucket etc, many ways to make co2

or make it with a gas burner made for green houses you can use the heat at night also just alittle lite am and pm can ad to make spring summer in the green house, pvc pipe and some plastic. any size walk in or like a small tent etc see food power you tube

or you can suck it off the floor of your home and into green house as the co2 coming from your body goes there; or from the barn animals etc. can be free to use co2 food for your food

green house then put oxygen back in your home warm air off the top of greenhouse. with heat exchange.

have green house in ks as we have cold winters as you know. will not need one in Fiji to grow food year round .. start using green house hot bed 35 years ago.

I am sorry will try to do better as I write; can use talk to write that will help me; some of my best very very smart friends cant believe my writing as they know what I know as I can talk to them and don't need to wright to them as here. and then; fill free to correct me or take any thing down etc that makes no sense its your truck to decide what goes on it. as rich would say I think

as I said I grew up with cat in the hat and the rye thanks to joe I know why as I do suffer from knowing not being abe to express my self hope u can understand but again thx to ask me to be better! I need that and thanks to say very will read as it is easy for me to read so not trying to imitate any one to get through school my dads secretary edited my work I can read over and still not see it; maybe I am vaccine damaged etc etc

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look up hydro gown near u they will have all the indoor green house stuff u need and more.

there is a guy and santa rosa ca, has a co. called booge brew made green house just after 3-11-11 to be safe
hepa filter the air reverse osmosis the water added co2 organic tea he said he had never met a man like me that new as much about what was in his tea and why and how he the 1st one to use sea salt but I knew before I met him as I was using free ocean water drink with water adding to my soil and to tee for the plants and me, and farm animals no need to buy salt it or dry it; well till uknow what time it was 3-11-11 no more sea water for me from the north sea


here is why look whats in it http://delloyd.50megs.com/moreinfo/seawater.html
and this is also will keep some radiation from being used as a mineral if your full of this stuff it looks to me you cant live with out it .

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    **** co2 sinks pu stinks one u can live without
Loren
 
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Loren, I'm confused: you have a greenhouse? Need one? Or, you're going to need a new one for Fiji?



Is that expensive, to get a CO2 tank? Or do you just run an engine in your greenhouse? Sounds like a good idea.
in ks and ca. my green house is small my summer garden is big nice not to need a green house hot bed etc. or extra co2 burning propane flame etc,to make up for the small space and in Fiji will not need a green house to heat my house


http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=amory+lovens+house+green+house&view=detailv2&&&id=E9270DC32B584C61F197DA6DCB18EC45CE1C02E1&selectedIndex=4&ccid=dvIKxgVZ&simid=608018424488070254&thid=JN.m9jV+g5b5cGD7ptbQ1uC0w

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Catharsis (from the Greek κάθαρσις katharsis meaning "purification" or "cleansing") is the purification and purgation of emotions—especially pity and fear ...that you escaped is not why I going; thx for telling me your story. what did you best like about Fiji?
While I may not have used the best word for my post I do feel a cyclical similarity in the despair of many people today compared to the early 70's when I attempted to abandon America. Then we were 15 years in Vietnam like we are currently approaching 15 years in the Great Middle East War, with the assassination of JFK the Military Industrial Complex had taken complete control much as it has now. On Fiji and the South West Pacific in general surely
you are aware of the amount of nuclear testing that was done down there and that Australia is one of the world's largest producers of uranium?
I have some wonderful stories about Fiji and the people, we arrived a couple of weeks after Fiji achieved independence from Britain after 100 years of subjugation and they were still dancing in the streets. All Fiji's political problems since (do your homework they are considerable) link back to the Colonial Era. Britain wanted sugar plantations and the Fijians were the only South Pacific Islanders who were never really conquered (History of the South West Pacific C. Hartley Grattan who I studied under at UT Austin in the mid 70's) saw no reason to do slave labor for the British when they lived in a land of bounty. The English solution was to bring labor from East India. By 1971 the Indian population was larger than the Native population, segregation was near total, no Native would sell a square inch of land to an Indian so Indians controlled the major cities Natives the outer lands and especially the outer Islands. Fiji is two large islands and nearly 300 small ones with probably about 75 that are inhabited. For us in that time we could not find a way to make a living there and we moved on to New Zealand.
One Fiji story, we chose to go to the dry side of the big island and ended up in Tavua. One day hanging around the docks we met a screenwriter from Hollywood who ask us if we would like to go to one of the outer islands with him on a native boat (I later realized he was afraid to go alone) and we were game for anything. Antonio was very vague about what he was doing other than "research for a movie" and off we went to Yasawa (four stops and three days in a 16ft boat on the Pacific!). Yasawa was beautiful, an atoll with a volcanic cone in the middle of a perfect bay. One day a native girl who was very fond and fascinated by my blonde wife ask us if we would like to swim out to the volcanic cone and again we were game and little did I know that it would be an interesting life lesson for me. The Yasawa cone is riddled with caves and passages both above and below the water. The native girl (no english) signaled us to follow her and dove down into an underwater cave, she took us through a path where we came up into some rooms with light and some dark ones with only an eerie fluorescence on the rocks above us, finally we came out through a different cave than we entered. As we exited I turned around and all around the mouth of this cave were things written like "BJ from LA", "Leroy from NY" on and on spanning the globe. I was shattered that these people would deface such a beautiful natural wonder, I had never been more ashamed of Western Culture! Then the young girl went over to a nearby tree and picked some berries handed them to us went up to the wall and signaled "you put your name here". The berries made a permanent mark on the stone.
Nine years later the movie Blue Lagoon was released and it became clear exactly what Antonio was doing, in Fijian Yasawa means blue lagoon.

A hand colorized B&W photo of Jan on the beach in Fiji 1971
 

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While I may not have used the best word for my post I do feel a cyclical similarity in the despair of many people today compared to the early 70's when I attempted to abandon America. Then we were 15 years in Vietnam like we are currently approaching 15 years in the Great Middle East War, with the assassination of JFK the Military Industrial Complex had taken complete control much as it has now. On Fiji and the South West Pacific in general surely
you are aware of the amount of nuclear testing that was done down there and that Australia is one of the world's largest producers of uranium?
I have some wonderful stories about Fiji and the people, we arrived a couple of weeks after Fiji achieved independence from Britain after 100 years of subjugation and they were still dancing in the streets. All Fiji's political problems since (do your homework they are considerable) link back to the Colonial Era. Britain wanted sugar plantations and the Fijians were the only South Pacific Islanders who were never really conquered (History of the South West Pacific C. Hartley Grattan who I studied under at UT Austin in the mid 70's) saw no reason to do slave labor for the British when they lived in a land of bounty. The English solution was to bring labor from East India. By 1971 the Indian population was larger than the Native population, segregation was near total, no Native would sell a square inch of land to an Indian so Indians controlled the major cities Natives the outer lands and especially the outer Islands. Fiji is two large islands and nearly 300 small ones with probably about 75 that are inhabited. For us in that time we could not find a way to make a living there and we moved on to New Zealand.
One Fiji story, we chose to go to the dry side of the big island and ended up in Tavua. One day hanging around the docks we met a screenwriter from Hollywood who ask us if we would like to go to one of the outer islands with him on a native boat (I later realized he was afraid to go alone) and we were game for anything. Antonio was very vague about what he was doing other than "research for a movie" and off we went to Yasawa (four stops and three days in a 16ft boat on the Pacific!). Yasawa was beautiful, an atoll with a volcanic cone in the middle of a perfect bay. One day a native girl who was very fond and fascinated by my blonde wife ask us if we would like to swim out to the volcanic cone and again we were game and little did I know that it would be an interesting life lesson for me. The Yasawa cone is riddled with caves and passages both above and below the water. The native girl (no english) signaled us to follow her and dove down into an underwater cave, she took us through a path where we came up into some rooms with light and some dark ones with only an eerie fluorescence on the rocks above us, finally we came out through a different cave than we entered. As we exited I turned around and all around the mouth of this cave were things written like "BJ from LA", "Leroy from NY" on and on spanning the globe. I was shattered that these people would deface such a beautiful natural wonder, I had never been more ashamed of Western Culture! Then the young girl went over to a nearby tree and picked some berries handed them to us went up to the wall and signaled "you put your name here". The berries made a permanent mark on the stone.
Nine years later the movie Blue Lagoon was released and it became clear exactly what Antonio was doing, in Fijian Yasawa means blue lagoon.

A hand colorized B&W photo of Jan on the beach in Fiji 1971
thank for your story good stuff thx so much;

u said; " are you are aware of the amount of nuclear testing that was done down there?" yes I am and more; are you aware of the 900+ tests above ground in usa? we are the most country in the world to save us from being nuked!
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lorenhough

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thank for your story good stuff thx so much;

u said; " are you are aware of the amount of nuclear testing that was done down there?" yes I am and more; are you aware of the 900+ tests above ground in usa? we are the most country in the world to save us from being nuked!
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While mainstream media says this is the first time radiation from Fukushima has been detected on West Coast shores, that's ..
more on why south here on this form I put up; http://postflaviana.org/community/index.php?threads/the-winger-effect-is-effecting-you.10/

Australia is one of the world's largest producers of uranium? which way does the wind blow?
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Secretive UN Legal Conference Wants to Outlaw "Climate Change Denial"2015-10-15 5:05
By Joshua Krause | activistpost.com



When you’re dealing with one of the most controversial debates in modern history, a little tact is in order. Or at least it should be with global warming, because contrary to popular opinion, it is not a settled science. While the majority of people in most countries believe that it’s happening, many of them don’t think that it’s being caused by human behavior.

And don’t believe anyone who tells you that there is a ‘consensus’ in the scientific community. The oft-repeated statistic that claims 97% of scientists believe in man-made global warming, is a joke. That number can be tied to a vague 2009 questionnaire that was only answered by 79 scientists from the climate field, and which ignored the opinions of thousands of researchers from multiple relevant fields. There is no consensus.

You could say that none of this is important, because something can be true even if nobody believes it. In our world, however, consensus is the closest we can get to the truth. If everybody agrees on something, then there’s a very good chance that it is a fact.

If, however, a sizable percentage of the population that consists of both scientists and laymen disagree with popular opinion, then it can hardly be called a settled science. This situation calls for more research and debate until the truth, whatever it may be, becomes indisputable and everyone can get on board with that reality. You know what it doesn’t call for? Persecuting and prosecuting the minority that has dared to disagree with popular opinion.

And that’s exactly what a secretive UN funded legal conference decided to do last month, when they met to discuss climate change and how the International Court of Justice should tackle it.

Although his audience, Sands said, would agree that the scientific evidence for man-made climate change was “overwhelming”, there were still “scientifically qualified, knowledgeable and influential individuals” continuing to deny “the warming of the atmosphere, the melting of the ice and the rising of the seas”, and that this is all due to our emissions of CO2. The world’s courts, led by the International Court of Justice, said Sands, could play a vital role “in finally scotching these claims”.

“The most important thing the courts could do,” he said, was to hold a top-level “finding of fact”, to settle these “scientific disputes” once and for all: so that it could then be made illegal for any government, corporation (or presumably individual scientist) ever to question the agreed “science” again. Furthermore, he went on, once “the scientific evidence” thus has the force of binding international law, it could be used to compel all governments to make “the emissions reductions that are needed”, including the phasing out of fossil fuels, to halt global warming in its tracks.

On the surface this sounds like what I was just asking for. There should be research and debates until the indisputable truth is found. However, this hardly sounds like a fair debate. It sounds like Sands is calling for an international court to prove what he thinks is true, rather than seeking the truth with an open mind and a consideration for all parties. He’s really just calling for a kangaroo court to make his science official, which would be followed by prosecuting any institution that disagrees. Frankly, that would be incredibly unethical to do, even if global warming was proven to be true.

What I find interesting about this whole situation, is that I don’t remember hearing about anyone calling for pro-global warming opinions to be made illegal (as a matter of fact, if you can find a single instance of this happening, post it in the comments.) This type of behavior seems to stem exclusively from the other side of the aisle, and it doesn’t do their argument any favors. If this is how top global warming proponents approach science and debate, then it’s hard to imagine anyone taking their assertions seriously in the future.

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Why climate change does not hurt alge ( but pu fu does) as it gets warmer or colder alge changes to be at home with the climate ( see how here) LH
 
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