Shhh! New Energy Breakthrough is Quietly Powering Up (Guest Post)

The following document has been provided by futurist and author Richard Samson, and is republished here with permission. The original document can be found here: http://www.superlife.ws/profiles/blogs/shhh-new-energy-breakthrough-is-quietly-powering-up.
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  • bachcole

    Great article, except I don’t want to reduce carbon emissions. I want to increase carbon emissions. I love plants. I am just not sure how to increase carbon emissions without also increasing actual pollution like SO2 and NO2 and particulates, etc. etc. etc. And also, we mustn’t forget the pollution of liberal kum ba ya hysteria. Hopefully most of the current increase in CO2 is the result of the oceans warming and not the result on the burning of fossil fuels, and the oceans will continue to warm and release CO2.

    • Rodger Rabbit

      Cows Save The Planet and other improbable ways of restoring soil to heal the earth
      By Judith D. Schwartz – ISBN: 978-1-60358-432-6
      Get up to speed on the cause & cure of Carbon Loss. Old story (Louis Bromfield, Rachel Carson) same old methods ( Soil “Mining” vrs. Natural Management ).
      … Cows really CAN save us!

      • HS61AF91

        They’re called honey wagons here in Germany, they do not smell like honey, but they sure make the grass green.

      • bachcole

        And sprinkling the soil once every 10 years with seaweed helps also. You guys are making me think that there may be hope for the future after-all.

  • mytakeis

    They’re called honey wagons here in Germany, they do not smell like honey, but they sure make the grass green.

  • Gerard McEk

    I tried to submit this article also to ECW, but somehow the link did not work. I like this article also and asked Richard Samson if he had sent it also to the IPCC. He has not replied yet.

    • GreenWin

      Richard does a fine job here. One nitpick, he leaves out the VC investment in Rossi by Cherokee Partners Industrial Heat. Richard’s organization appears quite open minded.

      • Omega Z

        Maybe point this out to him & he could update it.
        Then send it to the IPCC.

        • like sending skype to a phone company.

          just send it to Indonesian parliamentarian, Chinese official, anti-windmill groups… to people motivated in finding a solution, not those living of searching it.

  • Gerard McEk

    I tried to submit this article also to ECW, but somehow the link did not work. I like this article also and asked Richard Samson if he had sent it also to the IPCC. He has not replied yet.

    • GreenWin

      Richard does a fine job here. One nitpick, he leaves out the VC investment in Rossi by Cherokee Partners Industrial Heat. Richard’s organization appears quite open minded.

      • Omega Z

        Maybe point this out to him & he could update it.
        Then send it to the IPCC.

        • like sending skype to a phone company.

          just send it to Indonesian parliamentarian, Chinese official, anti-windmill groups… to people motivated in finding a solution, not those living of searching it.

  • psi2u2

    Very nice overview.

  • psi2u2

    Very nice overview.