I hope you’re
having a fantastic start into a divine weekend,
whoever you are and wherever you live on this
beautiful planet we share.
May the light of The Great Spirit shine upon
There she is, Planet Earth. Isn't she beautiful?
you live and breathe on this earth,
Remember you are on a beautiful planet in a beautiful
Everyone has some kind of place that makes them
feel transported to a magical realm. For some
people it’s castles with their noble history
and crumbling towers. For others it’s abandoned
factories, ivy choked, a sense of foreboding
around every corner.
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We live in a world blessed with sights that
are beautiful beyond words. Living in modern
cities with high-rise buildings, we tend to miss
out on what mother-nature has to offer .
They say that ‘beauty lies in the eyes
of the beholder,’ and there are perhaps
other places that have touched your heart. For
this reason, we do not claim that these places
we are bringing to you are the best, but they
are certainly among the most beautiful places
of the world.
We live in such an incredible beuatiful
world,,nature is amazing and she love us all,think
of the oxygen in our air and even the saltiness
of our oceans,,she tries desperately to keep
everthing in balance,,,,
of Gaia ? Stated simply, the idea is that
we may have discovered a living being bigger,
more ancient, and more complex than anything
from our wildest dreams. That being, called Gaia,
is the Earth
Whenever I see a clear blue
sky full of enormous and beautiful white clouds,
all in the most sculptural of shapes and just
floating serenely by, I am totally awe inspired.
There is beauty everywhere on Planet Earth
In a sense, since we are part
of the whole system, you can say we are the consciousness
of the planet. We are part of it, we can never
consider ourselves as something separate.
Those of us who consider ourselves
to be somehow involved in the birthing of a new
age, should discover
Gaia as well. The idea of Gaia may facilitate
the task of converting destructive human activities
to constructive and cooperative behavior. It
is an idea which deeply startles us, and in the
process, may help us as a species to make the
necessary jump to planetary awareness
Polluting the air with carbon dioxide
and other greenhouse gases has no immediate
consequences, but continued pollution leads
to climate changes whose effects are only
apparent when it is almost too late for
a cure. Carbon dioxide poisons the environment
just as salt can poison us. No harm comes
from a modest intake, but a daily diet
with too much salt can cause a lethal quantity
to accumulate in the body.
this : none of us can ever be any healthier
than the planet we live on.
But Due to the incredible impact of the human
race, our planet is slowly being destroyed
We are losing Earth's greatest biological treasures
just as we are beginning to appreciate their
true value. Rainforests once covered 14% of the
earth's land surface; now they cover a mere 6%
and experts estimate that the last remaining
rainforests could be consumed in less than 40
One and one-half acres of rainforest are lost
every second with tragic consequences for both
developing and industrial countries.
"What is our responsibility toward
evolution? To continue this beautiful life
process. If you take this on, life becomes
very precious. Even the things you dislike
most about your life become precious. Go
outside and look at a rose and smell it,
or look at a baby to know what I mean."
Nearly half of the world's species of plants,
animals and microorganisms will be destroyed
or severely threatened over the next quarter
century due to rainforest deforestation.
DEFORRESTATION if it continues
,we could end up looking like Mars.Without an
atmosphere ,without water,without air,with out
Experts estimates that we are losing 137 plant,
animal and insect species every single day due
to rainforest deforestation. That equates to
50,000 species a year. As the rainforest species
disappear, so do many possible cures for life-threatening
DESERTIFICATION the sahara is growing by kilometres
two major desserts in northern china are growing
together making one giant dessert and,causing
dust storms so making thousands of people refugeese
The Amazon Rainforest has been described as
the "Lungs of our Planet" because it
provides the essential environmental world service
of continuously recycling carbon dioxide into
oxygen. More than 20 percent of the world oxygen
is produced in the Amazon Rainforest.
Massive deforestation brings with it many ugly
consequences-air and water pollution, soil erosion,
malaria epidemics, the release of carbon dioxide
into the atmosphere, the eviction and decimation
of indigenous Indian tribes, and the loss of
biodiversity through extinction of plants and
animals. Fewer rainforests mean less rain, less
oxygen for us to breathe, and an increased threat
from global warming.
Christopher Hawthorne notes a recent
USC study that living near freeways permanently
stunts kids lung growth and infers it will
have a vast effect on upcoming new building
planned in the shadow of freeways.
The recent study, validating common
sense and prior studies, shows that living
within a third of a mile of a freeway
has significantly more impact than living
a mile away. But this does not mean that
kids living a mile away are without lung
damage, it just means their damage might
be less devastating.
really only one Ocean-and it's being destroyed
Planet Ocean-this is where we live.
The Ocean makes us blue to the rest of the universe.
It gives us life. We may name separate parts
of it as we please, like the bits of land where
we perch so precariously, but there is really
just one Ocean. Its miraculous substance, mindless
of boundaries, swills around us in patterns so
complex they seem chaotic, so harmonious they
can endure for millions of years.
Rivers and oceans act like the blood
in an animal's circulatory system.
Our forests are our Planet’s lungs, then
what is the Ocean to our Planet? The Oceans are
our Planets heart. And just like our hearts pump
life-giving blood around our bodies, the Oceans
wrap around our Planet, pumping heat, pumping
fresh water, and providing the necessities of
life for all her species.
What do smog, acid rain, carbon monoxide, fossil
fuel exhausts, and tropospheric ozone have in
common? They are all examples of air pollution.
Air pollution is not new. As far back as the
13 th century, people started complaining about
coal dust and soot in the air over London, England.
Since the beginning of the industrial revolution
in the late 1700s, we have been changing the
Earth’s atmosphere and its chemistry. As
industry spread across the globe, so did air
pollution. Air pollution has many effects. In
addition to being ugly, it can cause illness
and even death. It damages buildings, crops,
and wildlife. The worst air pollution happened
in London when dense smog (a mixture of smoke
and fog) formed in December of 1952 and lasted
until March of 1953. 4,000 people died in one
week. 8,000 more died within six months.
The air is shared among all living things. When
it is polluted by a factory in Asia, a fire in
Australia, a dust storm in Africa, or car emissions
in North America, the sharing continues despite
the fact that these chemicals and particles have
Scientists have determined many of the harmful
local effects of air pollution. We know, for
instance, that air pollution can negatively impact
human health and cause coughs, burning eyes,
breathing problems, and even death. We know that
atmospheric haze or smog reduces visibility and
that acid rain from chemical emissions damages
property, pollutes water resources, and can harm
forests, wildlife, and agriculture.
The elderly, the young, and those with cardiopulmonary
disease, such as asthma or severe bronchitis,
are the most vulnerable to air pollution exposure.
Children are at greater risk because their lungs
are still growing. Also, they play outside and
are active. As a result, pound for pound they
breathe more outdoor air pollution than most
Our modern industrial society has developed
its own symptoms, such as exhaust fumes, smog,
raised ozone levels and industrial pollution.
As a result, many people experience breathing
difficulties. But also in poorly ventilated rooms,
or when we are under stress or pressure at work,
the supply of oxygen is often not enough.
The signs can be growing tiredness, exhaustion,
headaches or lack of enthusiasm. Our abilities
are reduced. Our age plays a role too, because
over the years, our lungs are no longer able
to supply the blood with oxygen as efficiently
as before. Between 20 and 30 years of age, our
lungs take in about 5.6 litres of air, but by
the time we are 70, this has reduced to around
only 2.8 litres.
This is the only planet that we know
of that supports life (as we know it).
The people that are making the most from
out planet should be the most interested
in keeping it from being destroyed. There
are too many people that just take and
take with out giving anything back except
pollution that we need to figure out how
to stop these "rapist" from doing
any more harm to our only home in the universe.
We also need to start cleaning up the mess
that we have now and try to reverse the trouble
that we (as humans) have done already. Each
of us can do our part even if it is small
by not using plastic bags or recycling them,
recycling as much as we can and trying to
not use non renewable products and/or those
products that are known to pollute the planet
An under-supply of oxygen can cause some serious
health conditions to develop. Among these nervous
exhaustion brought about by negative stress,
depression, predisposition to infectious diseases,
even chronic bronchitis. It can go as far as
angina pectoris, disturbance of the heart rhythm,
coronary heart disease, arteriosclerosis, circulatory
problems and complaints of old age, such as impairment
of hearing or sight, chronic skin disorders and
wearing of the joints. Oxygen enables regeneration;
it strengthens us and helps to prevent these
What’s more, a good supply of oxygen to
our bodies delay ageing in the cells and improves
immunity against diseases.
AIR PURIFIER w/UV LAMP, CHARCOAL
Of all water in the world, only 3% is fresh
(water with less than 0.5 parts per thousand
dissolved salts). Less than one third of the
1% is available for human use. The rest is frozen
in glaciers or in the polar ice caps, or even
in the depths of the earth where we can not have
access. This 1% that is available to us is not
always safe to drink. Even seemingly clear water
contains contaminants like bacteria, virus, and
parasites such as protozoa. Those organisms are
harmful to the human body. They make water unsafe
to drink, and sometimes even unfit for bathing.
If left untreated, contaminated water can cause
a range of water-related diseases that can take
a terrible toll on human health, and often cause
Some bacteria, including Escherichia coli responsible
for colibacillosis and vibrio cholera responsible
for cholera, and some amoebae, parasites of the
human body, cause severe diarrhea. Left untreated,
water loss during diarrhea can lead to a significant
dehydration of the body and eventually death.
Typhoid fever is also due to a bacterium (Salmonella
typhi) that can be transmitted by polluted water.
Unless it is treated, contaminated water is not
safe to drink. In addition, drinking polluted
water may affect the immune system, and facilitates
the development of many diseases.
safe from contaminated water ?
No. People in Industrialized nations including
the richest country in the world, the USA, suffer
from water-related illnesses. Not long ago, the
town of Alamosa, Colorado, paid the price of
drinking contaminated water. March of this year,
salmonella somehow entered the city’s water
supply. Within a week of the March 8 discovery,
about 250 of all the town’s 10,000 residents
have become ill, with many of those illnesses
confirmed as salmonella poisoning.
Every Family Should have a Colloidal silver
Because no known pathogenic organism
can live in the presence of even minute traces
of the chemical element metallic silver, colloidal
silver is effective against more than 650 different
pathogens, whereas a broad-spectrum antibiotic
kills perhaps a half dozen different disease
your drinking water
Ozonate your vegies and Fruit before eating
Some people even Ozonate there Meat before cooking
Lynne and I tend to Ozonate most things before
eating or drinking
Ozone Kills MRSA “Super Bugs”
By Paul Overbeck
Nov 1, 2007
Scottsdale, AZ -- Sanitizing towels, linens,
and surfaces with ozonated water has been shown
to be extremely effective in the reduction
of Staphylococcus aureus (staph) bacteria and
its more drug-resistant and harder to treat
strain known as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus
aureus (MRSA), which is spreading rapidly in
the US population.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) just reported in the Journal of the American
Medical Association that in 2005, 94,000 people
contracted serious, or invasive, staph infections
and 19,000 of them died; rates three times the
Both staph and MRSA can cause more-serious skin
infections or they can lead to pneumonia, or
infections of the bloodstream, ear, urinary tract,
or the lining of the brain.