1040 The $5,000,000,000,000 Lie

The $5,000,000,000,000 Lie, w Stephen Fry.
222,901 views•Nov 21, 2020

A powerful trick is forcing governments to keep quiet about a toxic threat that’s killing more than Coronavirus. Voiced by Stephen Fry

another water melon video green on the outside red on the inside

Maria Schick
Wait a sec, What happened to the „mini ice age” the warned us about in the 70s?

The meat and dairy industries, the biggest polluters, the biggest contribution to deforestation, the driving force of species extinction and the most aggressively protected.

Rolf Bause
15:38 I would guess building a hundreds of miles long hyperloop out of steel or aluminium (or whatever they are building it out of) will use absurd amounts of energy too. – That’s exactly the point again: We need less personal travel – not more, less use of energy per capita! And people have to be willing able to renounce this personal freedom on their own. – This hyperloop thing will be rich kids next toy to play with, the next stage of jet-setting: and people will kiss Elons ass in return for awesome he is and all for again saving the planet. God, I’m so sick of this sh*t…

It’s good seeing this. Here in The Netherlands we are paying billions and billions of subsidized tax Euros for burning biomass, and these liberal/left leaning politicians who are currently in power, claim they care about the environment have no problem with this. In fact, they promote it. It’s absolutely terrible. Terrible for the environment, terrible for air quality, terrible for wildlife, terrible for public health, etc. Experts and scientists have raised the alarm for a long time now that this is a terrible decision, but these politicians who claim they are a lot, don’t care at all. And the green energy that we DO generate, is bought up by multinational corporations such as Microsoft and Google for their enormous data centers.

Gramil Wolf
He talked a load of crap. Don’t believe it. Look up TONY HELLER on You Tube. Watch a few of his videaos before you make up your mind about this one. Seriously this video is a lie fest…

Chris Bakke
@Gramil Wolf Can you back up any of what you just said?

Gramil Wolf
@Chris Bakke Whatever I say you should take as a starter. Don’t believe me or anyone until you find out BOTH sides of the argument. Then you make up your own mind. Climate science is a trillion dollar industry for those predicting doom. Make the effort. Don’t believe at face value. Do the work!

Jeroen Kampen
@Gramil Wolf I’ve watched him, sorry to break it but he’s simply not including the full picture in many of his videos. Must admit he does his research and using a lot of correct information but ultimately draws wrong conclusions and downplaying the possible outcomes of this period of rapid climate change. But it’s good to have critical thinkers like him so we don’t make these stupid mistakes like EU subsidized bio-fuels and biowaste.

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478 SKRBH 47 The End of Old Europe and the Rise of the Steppe

Figure 11.3. Tripolye B1-B2 migrations. After Dergachev 2002, figure 6.2.

Znalazłem ten tekst przypadkiem, kiedy szukałem grafik do poprzedniego wpisu. Wydaje mi się, że jest to część książki D.W. Anthony The Horse, the Wheel, and Language: How Bronze-Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World… 

Uważam, że D.W. Anthony swoim brakiem znajomości słowiańskich nazw części wozu i konia, patrz np. wpis nr 44 udowodnił, jak mondra i wszechfiedząca jest ofitzjalna nałka,.. która oczywiście także nie jest uprzedzona przeciw-słowiańskio… ;-( Do tej mondrości powrócę jeszcze i wykażę, że tacy jak D.W. Anthony są uprzedzeni przeciw-słowiańsko lub… zwyczajnie niedouczeni… 😦


The End of Old Europe and the Rise of the Steppe

By 4300–4200 BCE Old Europe was at its peak. The Varna cemetery in eastern Bulgaria had the most ostentatious funerals in the world, richer than anything of the same age in the Near East. Among the 281 graves at Varna, 61 (22%) contained more than three thousand golden objects together weighing 6 kg (13.2 lb). Two thousand of these were found in just four graves (1, 4, 36, and 43). Grave 43, an adult male, had golden beads, armrings, and rings totaling 1,516 grams (3.37 lb), including a copper axe-adze with a gold-sheathed handle.1 Golden ornaments have also been found in tell settlements in the lower Danube valley, at Gumelniţa, Vidra, and at Hotnitsa (a 310-gm cache of golden ornaments). A few men in these communities played prominent social roles as chiefs or clan leaders, symbolized by the public display of shining gold ornaments and cast copper weapons.

Thousands of settlements with broadly similar ceramics, houses, and female figurines were occupied between about 4500 and 4100 BCE in eastern Bulgaria (Varna), the upland plains of Balkan Thrace (KaranovoVI), the upper part of the Lower Danube valley in western Bulgaria and Romania (Krivodol-Sălcuta), and the broad riverine plains of the lower Danube valley (Gumelniţa) (figure 11.1). Beautifully painted ceramic vessels, some almost 1 m tall and fired at temperatures of over 800˚C, lined the walls of their two-storied houses. Conventions in ceramic design and ritual were shared over large regions. The crafts of metallurgy, ceramics, and even flint working became so refined that they must have required master craft specialists who were patronized and supported by chiefs. In spite of this, power was not obviously centralized in any one village. Perhaps, as John Chapman observed, it was a time when the restricted resources (gold, copper, Spondylus shell) were not critical, and the critical resources (land, timber, labor, marriage partners) were not seriously restricted. This could have prevented any one region or town from dominating others.2

Figure 11.1 Map of Old Europe at 4500–4000 BCE. Czytaj dalej