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 OTHER THAN our Lords & Masters NOW out of control      

        [DIS]ENTANGLEMENT disposition.

Over 95% of our body is water. To stay healthy we have to drink good water. Our DNA is the same DNA as the tree.  The tree breathes what we exhale. When the tree exhales  we need what the tree exhales. We have a common destiny with the tree.
Man plants the seed - the alder tree grows - absorbing carbon from the atmosphere - storing nitrogen in its root sacs - exhaling oxygen - on which man's survival is predated - just by adding water - and so the cycle of LIFE continues.

               REFLEXIONS of a DYSLEXIC MIND in  
        the form of A MATRIX of 49 tunnels


                WE as mankind are the only ones who DO NOT

           GIVE to the rest of the cycle, for the rest of the

           cycle is constantly giving and giving and giving,

           whilst we are constantly taking and taking and

           taking, so that WE might have LIFE.


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Comment by Michael Grove on November 9, 2021 at 11:44

An Honour and a Privilege.  Money still buys privilege and access in British politics – as acutely seen in the Conservative Party, which harvested £13.3 million from individual donors during the 2019 General Election campaign. Labour, by contrast, is mostly funded by trade unions.

This results in access. The Conservative Party has created a system of incentives for big-money donors, offering perks to individuals who donate the most. More than 80% of Conservative funding for the 2019 election came from members of the ‘Leader’s Group’ – an elite dining society reserved for the most generous Conservative donors. Its membership is reserved for those who have donated at least £50,000 to the party in a single year. In exchange, members can attend exclusive events with senior Cabinet members and Conservative figures.

openDemocracy revealed in November 2019 that Boris Johnson had attended at least six meetings of the Leader’s Group since 2016, while the summits were regularly held at official Government residences.

For donors who seek an even closer relationship with senior Conservatives, exclusive events are regularly offered by the party. Notoriously, a former Russian minister’s wife paid £160,000 to play a tennis match with Johnson and the then Prime Minister David Cameron in 2014. The Conservative Party has received in excess of £3.5 million from Russian donors since 2010.

Comment by Michael Grove on November 14, 2021 at 8:56


In an age of human-induced climate change, catastrophic natural disasters appear to be occurring with greater frequency and magnitude. Tsunamis, such as the 2004 Indian Ocean ‘Boxing Day’ and 2011 Tōhoku (Japan) events, are of particular note, striking quickly and with little warning (Seneviratne et al. 2012). 

Around 6000 BC a devastating tsunami tore down through the North Sea and across the island of Doggerland, wiping out its population • never forgetting that over time here in Britain, sea levels rose and Doggerland became increasingly submerged, eventually becoming cut off from land on both sides and forming an island.

Comment by Michael Grove on November 14, 2021 at 9:53

EVEN back in 2018 I posted this...

Climate change [IS] "an immediate threat, not a far-off possibility," it says. For example, large wildfires are getting more frequent because of climate change.

The Global Change Research Act (GCRA) of 1990 report notes that the area burned in wildfires nationwide each year has increased over the past 20 years, and "although projections vary by state and ecoregion, on average, the annual area burned by lightning-ignited wildfire is expected to increase by at least 30 percent by 2060."

WHY [IS] IT that our Lords and Masters dedicate so much [TIME] and money to ALL of this variously scientific reporting apparatus, and then choose NOT to respond responsibly to the obvious conclusions of the reports that result !!!???


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