Grow Food

Grow Food

This week I received this email…

Hi Tom,

It’s been more than 2 years since we hit the road to create this documentary…

…and we’re finally ready to release it into the world.

Grow Food follows the inspiring story of Jim who left a “safe” yet unfulfilling career cleaning pools to pursue something more meaningful.

He became a farmer.

With literally no experience growing food, and no land to grow it on, Jim began hanging signs around town looking for people willing to transform their front lawns into vegetable gardens.

We follow the ups and downs of his incredible journey. We get to experience his struggles and his wins.

We also visited experienced farmers and growers across the country who are truly making a difference in their communities, and are a part of the larger solution worldwide.

What we learned from these leaders was invaluable.

We’re so excited to bring this feature documentary to you, our Human Longevity Project tribe for free.

So without further ado… click here to watch Grow Food!

Talk To The Animals

Talk To The Animals

There is a lot of philosophical truth behind the good Chief’s words. It is true that you do not fear that which you can confront and with which you can communicate.

The job of the media is to make it all so bad over there that you cannot confront or communicate with it. But that just drags us downscale.

Why is the suicide rate going markedly up? Lack of confront and ability to communicate. So, face up and speak out!

Country Maturity Quotient

I stopped by the lounge on my way upstairs from the kitchen and saw a few minutes of the TV show The Big Bang Theory. Maybe because I had the high Intelligence Quotient low Emotional Quotient contrast on my mind but as I was resting for my next counselling session I got to thinking about a measurement scale for civilisations, cultures or countries.

You know how they have these assessment sheets for kids:
Plays well with peers
Respects other’s property
Respects other’s communications
Follows orders
Obeys rules

I wondered if anyone had ever come up with an assessment sheet for countries. Things like:
Does not invade other countries or infringe on their commercial rights
Respects other’s sovereignty, borders and territorial rights
Maintains fair trading relationships
Comes to aid of neighbouring countries in their need
Does not spy on their neighbours
Does not attempt to weaken or diminish the power, resources, population or culture of other sovereign states
Obeys international laws and signed treaties
Enhances rather than pollutes their own and international lands and waters and air
Preserves their indigenous peoples and cultures
Preserves and improves their environment

There would be few that scored well on such a scale methinks.

I think we need to formulate a better process for arriving at who we select to lead out countries as the current processes have not yielded the most desirable result! We need to start selecting leaders on the basis of an excellent production record of leadership and sustainable and viable expansion under their leadership.

That way we would stand a far better chance of having the culture outlive our grandchildren!

Physicist: CO2 Retains Heat For Only 0.0001 Seconds, Warming Not Possible


SkepticalScience, a blog spearheaded by climate science “consensus” advocate John Cook, is widely considered the explanatory guidebook for the anthropogenic global warming movement.

The blog claims that CO2 molecules collectively function similar to that of a blanket, in reducing the rate at which the human body cools down. The rate or time-lapse involved in this “slowing” of heat loss, however, is problematic to the paradigm that says CO2 drives global warming.

Going technical for a minute, Professor Nasif Nahle has discovered that the “mean free path” for a quantum wave to pass through the atmosphere before colliding with a CO2 molecule is about 33 meters (Nahle, 2011a), and such a wide gap between molecular collisions hardly conjures-up the image of CO2 functioning like a blanket.

And even more saliently, Nahle has mathematically assessed that the rate at which CO2 molecules can retain heat at the surface may only last about 0.0001 of a second (Nahle, 2011b) — meaning that the atmospheric CO2 concentration, whether it be 300 PPM or 400 PPM, effectively doesn’t matter — the time-lapse differential would be immaterial for either concentration.

Consequently, Nahle has concluded that “carbon dioxide has not an effect on climate changes or warming periods on the Earth” and his work has been endorsed by the Faculty of Physics of the University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico).

Implied Consent

Implied Consent

The WHO (World Health Organization) has redefined what consent means.

Now, simply sending your child to school on a day they’re offering vaccinations is classified as implied consent… even without you being present, and without your written/verbal permission.