Libyan Oil Exports Grind to a Halt

Oil exports out of Libya are down to 300,000 barrels a day — a drop in the bucket compared to the 1.6 million barrels per day sold previously. Most oil production is in areas ruled by warlords who are using the oil fields as their own personal piggy bank.  For a country that gets 95% of its revenues from oil production, the massive reduction of oil exports could spell even more civil eruptions in the distressed mideast.

Mind Control: An Example from Nature

The implications of this will amaze you if you are a student of mind control. It appears to be done through chemistry. You need to watch this to the end to see the most amazing part. Watch what the host does for the enemy that destroys it.

Fukushima Radiation Mutates Food in Freakish Ways


It might be wise to steer clear of vegetables from Japan’s Fukushima area for, oh, say a few hundred years. A Korean website assembled this image collection of produce from towns and villages surrounding the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. And they are NOT pretty pictures. From Siamese-twinned corn cobs to what can only be called peaches with elephantiasis, the region’s agriculture appears to have taken a heavy radiation hit from the nuclear disaster in 2011.

Last week it dawned on me that sea salt made from drying Pacific Ocean sea water may not be healthy to eat either. Most salt boxes do not list the source of the salt. I am refusing to buy undesignated sea salt. If I am going to eat it, I want to know where it comes from.

Extend Your Growing Season

Using Mother Earth’s constant temperature and the Sun’s  light and heating capabilities, creative farmers are growing food year round. Expanding a growing season is a boon to self-sufficiency–the longer a garden patch can produce crops, the more food can be harvested and preserved.

I have a couple of questions about this project–does growing underground reduce the number of insect pests? Is there adequate light and heat for summer squash and tomatoes to both set and ripen fruit? How about beans and cucumbers?

I’ll have to learn more about the Walipini, or underground greenhouse. For now, I am impressed with the prospects.

I live where we get snow. That suggests the plastic used on this project would have to be replaced with more expensive rigid, transparent material. Maybe I could experiment on a smaller scale to start.

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Americans Renouncing Citizenship Surge 66%

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 08/08/2013 – 15:40

A massive 1,131 individuals renounced their US citizenship last quarter, according to data that has yet to be officially released (though we were able to procure an advanced copy). This is a huge jump. Compared to the same quarter last year in which 188 people renounced their US citizenship, this year’s number is over six times higher. Not to mention, it’s 66.5% higher than last quarter’s 679 renunciations. This brings the total number of renunciations so far this year to 1,810. While still embryonic, it’s difficult to ignore this trend– more and more people are starting to renounce their US citizenship.