How Rockefeller’s Oil Industry Conquered Medicine, Finance and Agriculture

“How Big Oil Conquered the World” is a brilliant piece of investigative journalism presented by James Corbett, revealing the immense extent to which the oil industry has shaped and is ruling the world as we know it. “From farm to pharmaceutical, diesel truck to dinner plate, pipeline to plastic product, it is impossible to think of an area of our modern-day lives that is not affected by the petrochemical industry. The story of oil is the story of the modern world. And this is the story of those who helped shape that world, and how the oil-igarchy they created is on the verge of monopolizing life itself.” Corbett carefully details the sordid back story of today’s “oiligarchy.” While most people are well-acquainted with the Rockefeller name, few probably know the true history of the Rockefellers’ rise to power. Big Oil — An Industry Founded on Treachery and Deceit As […] Read More

Forest tree seeds arrive at Svalbard’s ‘Doomsday vault’

The Svalbard “doomsday” vault – widely known for protecting global food crop seeds – has accepted its first delivery of forest tree species seeds. Norway spruce and Scots pine samples have entered the vault inside a mountain on the Arctic archipelago. The frozen depository opened in 2008 and is designed to withstand all natural and human disasters. Researchers hope the tree seed samples will help monitor long-term genetic changes in natural forests. Frozen forests Spruce seeds (Image: Erkki Oksanen) The Norway spruce seeds were the first of many to enter the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. “The possibility to have seed samples stored in the vault is a great opportunity to complement our forest tree gene conservation, which is based on in situ gene reserve forests,” explained Mari Rusanen, a researcher for Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), one of the organisations involved in the seed collection. “The beauty of in […] Read More

Big Long Man’s Corn Patch

As soon as Big Long Man got back from the mountains he went to his garden to admire his corn and melons. He had planted a big crop for the coming winter. When he saw that half of the corn stalks had been shucked and the ears stolen, and that the biggest melons were gone off of the melon vines, he was very angry. “Who stole my corn and melons?” he muttered to himself. “I’ll catch the thief, whoever he is.” He began to scheme. The next day he built a fence around the garden. But the fence did no good. Each morning Big Long Man found more corn stalks stripped. At last he thought up a scheme to catch the thief. He gathered a great ball of pine pitch and molded it into the shape of a man. He set the figure up in the corn field and […] Read More

Old Man at the Beginning

Crow – A story of the Crow People of Montana and Wyoming At the beginning of the world, there was nothing but water. It was dark in the world, and no one saw the water of the world. Then the Old Man of the Crow People came into the world, and he looked all around and said, “Is there nothing in this world but water?” Off in the distance, Old Man saw that there were two little ducks swimming about. These ducks had red eyes. Old Man called them to him. They came swimming, paddling in the world of water. Old Man said to them, “Is there nothing in this world but water?” The elder duck answered, “We have never seen anything in this world but water, but we think that there may be something down under the water. We feel it in our hearts.” “Dive down, Younger Duck,” said […] Read More

Quantum Field Broadcasting

CONSTRUCTION PLANS The basic idea of Quantum field broadcasting is to induce patterns into the medium. This design has a copper plate on the top roughly nine and a half feet in the air and another on the bottom two feet underground. There is enough difference in potential from top to bottom that a slight current flow occurs. This is sufficient to create an induction effect. The broadcast induction coils are two feet long and are lathe-wrapped on 2-inch Sch 40 PVC cores with 20 gauge wire at approximately a quarter inch between turns. The one in the top broadcasts into the atmosphere while the one in the base does the soil. We should broadcast only the patterns appropriate for each domain, soil patterns to soil, air patterns to air. So each broadcast coil has its own reagent well (pronounced re-agent). This well has a coil around it to […] Read More