Ongoing Tragedy Will Touch Us All

September 1, 2013

Thousands of ordinary people, including leading scientists from The Scripts Institute are now confirming that the Cesium now found all across the west coast, including San Francisco, arrived there by ocean water. The amounts are nearing danger levels, and keep climbing. The company so far responsible for the clean up admitted last night that 300 TONS per day of highly irradiated water has been flowing through the remains of reactor # 1 basement since the quake and flowing directly into the ocean. They have declared an emergency and now are seeking help from the Japanese Gov., U.S., and anyone who specializes in cleanup. There was a joint concerted effort to minimize this thing, at first saying that only 1 containment pond had leaked. If you see the newly released NASA montage of the flow of radiation since the quake, it’s 20 times deadlier then thought. Cesium is lighter then water, and so will remain suspended in the water column allowing for evaporation into the atmosphere where it forms as a component of rain clouds. We have measurable levels of Cesium here in Kansas from recent storms, and Cesium is now detectable almost anywhere you look. Of course the levels here haven’t been significant, but will climb around the world as time goes on. It’s not the end of the world, but it is almost certainly the end of most life in our largest and deepest ocean. A critical upper limit has been established that, if reached, would render most of the Northern Pacific permanently unapproachable, not to mention the loss of all higher mammals, including whales, dolphins, seals, etc. The initial air-born plume that lasted for about a week into the quake carried the most radioactive elements directly over the north pole and Greenland, where much of it settled and was not investigated until Eskimos began to report open sores and tumers on Polar bears and seals LAST YEAR! Don’t eat fish or rice from Japan, as it has been sold here since the quake.

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Today My Heart Bleeds in Amazement and Horror August 28, 2013

August 28, 2013

Today I learned of an ongoing, seemingly unstoppable catastrophe that has forever changed our world.

 I like to keep track of natural weather-related events because I am a curious and optimistic prophet of doom.  Science has always enthralled me, deciding at age six to become an astronaut as I watched live on our tiny black and white TV Neil Armstrong’s historic step.  I didn’t go to space, but that first thrill hooked me on science of all kinds, especially the explosion of technology and new physics.  I became convinced by 1979 that the earth had been warming since the advent of electricity and combustion engines, and scientists dutifully confirmed this, and have continued to warn us ever since, with ever increasing urgency… If the reader will recall, concern about our dependence on foreign oil and Jimmy Carter told us that we had to wean off fossil fuels as soon as possible, hence the 55 m.p.h. speed limit and early studies of alternatives.  I really liked Jimmy Carter, he was ahead of his time on energy concerns and pollution, and a great farmer.  He didn’t understand the game, but he put it all in there.

I saw this coming then, but after Carter things got hazy and  less commonly reported in the mainstream media.  I knew everything that was going on because I was a science junkie.  Thirteen years ago I finally looked around me carefully at the science community, by then through the amazing and almost unbelievable Internet, and started to worry.  Al Gore, who surely would be President, calmed me down some, because he was also a science junkie and knew about the elephant in the world.

Didn’t happen, and that’s when we as a nation went to hell at full speed.

Finally, my obsession about this problem and the shape of humanity in general got me depressed enough to take it upon myself to solve it.  I know that may sound offhanded, superior, or somehow easy, and the technology and science component of the problem really was very easy and obvious.  I had to do more than business-as-usual to really make this work.  I had to somehow cause a change in human society,  redrawing attention to the reality of our existence, while combatting the clinging ills we can’t seem to quit; chiefly poverty, inequality, and war, and insure the implementation worldwide of all human rights, including the right to use clean energy freely and responsibly.  My three year attempt and final product is humanly possible, easily understood, and as a bonus requires the elimination of militaries as a down-payment.  I believe this attempt landed me in San Francisco, where I met Former Vice President Al Gore, as a trainee for his Climate Reality Project.  I had the plan that could work as a solution.  We talked briefly, and he assured me that he would check it out.  It was a hand-written web address on a paper napkin.

That was last year, and I haven’t heard from him.

Today when I read of the news and finally saw the N.A.S.A  satellite montage compiled over the last year and a half, I knew what it meant.  Almost anyone who views this video can easily see  the radiation spread like the web of a deadly spider, a dark stain that will soon irradiate  the worlds largest and deepest ocean, and begin to spread throughout the atmosphere and fall as deadly rain on lands and seas, eventually detectable within every human being on the planet.

I somehow missed the significance of the broken and leaking reactor, but it is now clear  that the U.S..and Japanese authorities have known about this and have watched this happen from our satellites and detectors that we maintain.  Not a word from the mainstream press so far, or a mention from Obama.  The destruction of our greatest and deepest ocean is surely deserving of at least a heartfelt goodbye.

Goodbye, and we’re sorry.  It is still beyond our technology to put this genie back in its bottle.  We made horrible decisions and knowingly built this near you, our precious ocean and mother to us all.  We allowed individual human beings free reign to pursue profit at your expense, knowing the risks. There is little time left for you.  To all of your splendor, grandeur, beauty, and all who dwell within you, please accept our sincere apology.

Goodbye.

Goodbye.

  

January 1, 2013

Free Energy Now

Free Energy Now, the Ultimate Human Right

Written by John Pontious

     Humans have evolved on this planet and have surpassed the natural world.  We are responsible for filling every corner of the land. Our very existence depends upon the continual farming and recovering of energy in every form.  Humanity’s energy demand on the planet will inevitably pass (or has passed) the planets renew ability.   For our species to continue to exist, as we are, is impossible.  It has been shown that if all human activity stopped tomorrow, the full effects of the changes we have set in motion by our methods of energy use would continue far into the future.  Obviously, humanity will not stop tomorrow and our outlook seems uncertain.

      Fierce storms, rising oceans, rising temperatures, shifting seasons, and more frequent extinctions and mass death are happening throughout the world.  Some scientists see not a gradual change…

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A young girl sings for her people

August 11, 2012

The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes

August 5, 2012

The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes

Fantastic speech that should be heard and seen by everyone!

“A New Wise Quote”

June 15, 2012

Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.
― Epicurus (via Dr. Riesenmy)

We The People

May 26, 2012

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

“An Inspirational Quote”

May 22, 2012

“ All difficult things have their origin in that which is easy, and great things in that which is small. ”

― Lao Tzu

A Quote from De Chardin

May 16, 2012

Someday after mastering the winds, the waves, tides, and gravity…….We shall harness for God the energies of Love, and for the second time in the history of the world-Man will discover Fire

I Live in “Poverty” in the USA.

January 16, 2012

The road to a better world lies within each of us. We must explore our inner and outter environs and make the choices that lead to truth, life, and happiness, and not bury our heads in the sand. Days turn into weeks easily, so we must build into our inner lives these habbits and explorations. We must come to know ourselves intimately, and learn to accentuate our positive encounters with each other in order to foster compassion and good will. We must be vigilent for the emotions that are destructive to ourselves and others, and not take delight in belittling those of lesser understanding.

We must begin to see ourselves as a single people on a single, fragile planet. Most people throught the world have a tremendous capacity for compassion and understanding, and would see humanity solve some of our age old problems of equality, wealth distribution, quality of life, and finding true contentment and happiness in life. Try to treat each encounter with one another as a chance to change the world in a positive way, one person at a time.
john pontious


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