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  1. darthvader5300

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Japan and Singapore (probably South Korea and Taiwan too) has mastered the art of mass producing chlorella edible micro-algae and spirulina edible algae (as wel as other edible micro-algae species and all of their natural genetic variations) IN MASS BULK QUANTITIES the way we do with wheat, corn, soybeans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, peanuts, etc.

    Japan is the 1st nation to achive it in the mid-1970s, Singapore followed layer in the early 1980s.

    But their successes were not followed through, only maintained as experimental prototypes in some areas BUT APPLIED AS A PRACTICAL TECHNOLOGY to produce an all chlorella and all spirulina animal feeds for pigs, chickens, ducks, cattle, sheep, goats, quails, etc.

    The reason is the corrupt and powerful food lobbyists of America and that of Japan, DESPITE THE FACT IT IS THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN WHO HELPED SPEARHEADED THE EDIBLE MICRO-ALGAE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT!

    Now they have no choice but to turn to those already mass producing it in massive bulk quantities. Both Japan and Singapore knew the importance of their edible micro-algae work and they are also aware of Planktos achievements in creating titanic plankton blooms in the oceans. The key is iron in the form of baby powder fine IRON POWDER that will dissolve in water.

    Add 1 kilogram of baby powder fine iron powder in water and you can produce 100,000 kilograms of plankton, or in this case, edible micro-algae of all species and all of their natural genetic heirloom variations.

    The Singaporean's success in chlorella edible micro-algae production was the discovery of adding 2% to 3% lime to water to KILL OFF ALL PREDATORY ZOOPLANKTON that eats the chlorella edible micro-algae when cultivated in the open field and this paves the way to a high safety factor protection of chlorella edible micro-algae production.

    The addition of equal amounts of rock dust powders made from granite gneiss, basalt, diabase basalt, trap rock, gabbro rock or andesite, any either of them or a mixture of them mixed with limestone, dolomite, magnesite, phosphate rock, glacial gravels, gypsum will create a composite rock dust powder-mixture to ensure a balanced plants nutritional foods for the edible micro-algae species.

    If someone will apply these factors together in a modified edible micro-algae indoor farm which will be mechanically automated to harvest only half and leave the other half to multiply while simultaneously adding the iron dust powder-composite rock dust powder mixture saturated water to replace the ingested and adsorb water dissolved mineral nutrients, then what we will have is a green mass of edible micro-algae slurry similar to blended vegetables mixtures. Ultrasonically rinsed and freeze-dried dehydrated, 10 kilograms of wet edible micro-algae will be reduced to 1 kilogram of freeze-dried edible micro-algae.

    The science writer and speculative science writer and science fiction writer, Issac Asimov once wrote in his book that some of the foods of the future will come from th cultivate of edible microorganisms. Wherein at one end liquid nutrients are gradually added and on the other end edible food slabs will come out that will only require the addition of organic preservatives (honey, oregano oil, garlic, cloves, etc) and organic spices of all kinds.

    Russia has already achived this kind of technology in 1982-1983 and has refined it, and ironed out all of the kinks. Several hundreds of underground farm factories are now functioning as w are now speaking and several underground machine building heavy industrial facilities were diverted to their mass production of these underground farm factories. I tasked it in it's fresh form and it tasted like a blend of fresh green leafy vegetables that were blended together after it has passed through an ultrasonic rinsing process and passed through an ultrasonic pulverizing process to break up the tough cell walls of the chlorella edible micro-algae. The problem is, will the aveage fat, obese, junk food addicted, used to over-processed over-chemically GMO based-fast foods American consumer will take it as fresh edible micro-algae or as freeze-dried algae or will he or she rather be hungry is to be their own personal choice. Americans is a nation of spoiled rotten brats! They no longer have the stoic character of their great-grandparents of WW II in order to over come their GAG factor and YUCK factor.

  2. MYSTIC ALC 0018 mail

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    They are making Geo Storms from Houston Texas. See my latest uploads please prepare for the storms and their
    Geo Flu as well.
    Bless All !

  3. Crypto News Channel

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    40!! That's bullshit, I've been buying gold and silver since I was 12. I have $8,000 in gold and silver at home right now. I've convinced dozens of people to buy silver for years, collectively we have over 200,000 in silver between them and me. I'm 34….. age limits are dumb as shit….. so much respect was lost for you from that ad.

  4. pheotonia

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    I've been using a Palm Oil based creamer in my coffee for years.

  5. Gert Vanpeet

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    If all the palm oil goes to voor, IT is a good thing . Otherwise they mix it with diesel! Stop driving on food! Bio diesel and alcohol in car gasoline make things worse. Food prices go up because of that!

  6. Ray Davies

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Alert! Kellogg’s reported increase in prices here in oz due to increase cost of raw ingredients….!

  7. Angela J

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    when will ag product exports be forbidden due to needing to feed our own people?

  8. Reverend Fry

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    It comes down to if you are not willing to consider the government and everyone that supports it as an enemy willing to kill everyone you love, then we have lost.

  9. David Avatara

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    at we can get your primary structure up with cisterns to keep you and your family in drinking water for years in under 2 weeks, and our structures are designed to be impervious to most forms of natural disaster, even emf shielded, and certainly all forms of cyclical climate change that we are now experiencing.
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  10. photocontrol

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Great video, thanks David!

  11. Tj Guidry

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Sunsets are purple for like past 2-3 years…..even sun rise I use to party till sun up n watch the morning sky driving back to my hometown

  12. Frank Stein

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    I've tried to help those around me understand what is happening, but I'm afraid that not much can be done at this point to alert people. So now I just get myself ready.

  13. david yates

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Great video

  14. Wil San

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    I hate the fact that all these crop loss numbers will inevitably be blamed on global warming…

  15. tangobayus

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Extreme cold events will occur so soon that the idea of spraying will be overwhelmed by the actual difficulties of dealing with the cold. Sky glow has been increasing in San Francisco. Revolutions tend to be hard on the elite. The French aristocracy has been hiding for a long time.

  16. Rik Steele

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Just a note. This volcano in Alaska was just put on a higher alert. And with coronal holes rotating to face the earth…

  17. Pat Labelle

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am


  18. Traditional Food

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Extensive depopulation has been planned for several decades.

  19. Grandma Robin

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Thank you

  20. Storm Watcher

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    What exactly will happen with the great trade deals Trump just made for Japan to buy tons of our wheat & all the other exports if our crops fail again next year? Will we get to keep any of what grows?

  21. Daniel Rose

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Being old enough to remember the great grain robbery of July 1972, hope we have learned something since then but with the still wildly absurd crop reports not so sure.

  22. Turkey trail honey bee farm Georgia

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Still ain't bought any from us.

  23. Turkey trail honey bee farm Georgia

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    They just bought all the surplus soy in South America.

  24. Gary Hornbuckle

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Of course Bill Gates is backing for the future what is already occurring; they're just trying to keep control of the narrative as the awakening continues to what's been going on.

  25. Jerri Croft

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Idiots playing God are gonna cause a lot of suffering.

  26. Peter

    October 21, 2019 at 7:29 am

    How the blazes you find some of these highly important news links not covered by the MSM is unbelievable but great food for fodder for us – it gives us a better timeline & real understanding of the speeding up of the collapse. Isn't there any well known reputable world leader prepared to publically shame & call out Bill Gates as a wanna be mass murderer??

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WeWork May Lay Off Thousands




WeWork is preparing to cut at least 4,000 people from its work force as it tries to stabilize itself after the company’s breakneck growth racked up heavy losses and led it to the brink of collapse, two people with knowledge of the matter said.

The cuts are expected to be announced as early as this week and will take place across WeWork’s sprawling global operation. Under the plan, the company’s core business of subletting office space would lay off 2,000 to 2,500 employees, one of the people said. An additional 1,000 employees will leave as WeWork sells or closes down noncore businesses, like a private school in Manhattan that WeWork set up. Additionally, roughly 1,000 building maintenance employees will be transferred to an outside contractor. Together, these employees would represent around a third of the 12,500 people WeWork employed at the end of June.

But one of the people said the company could shed as many as 5,000 to 6,000 employees.

The staff reductions will be included in a five-year plan to overhaul WeWork that could be presented to employees as early as Tuesday, said the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the layoff plans.

The layoffs represent the human cost of a remarkable reversal in WeWork’s fortunes. Under its co-founder and former chief executive, Adam Neumann, the company piled billions of dollars into an erratic expansion that included adding huge office spaces in the world’s most expensive cities, offering discounts to lure tenants and buying other businesses. WeWork, which leases office space from landlords, refurbishes it and rents it out to its customers, shelved plans for an initial public offering in late September after investors were put off by the company’s losses and had questions about its corporate governance.


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HP Rejects Xerox Takeover Bid




HP said on Sunday that it had turned down a takeover offer from Xerox, rejecting a deal that would have brought together two once-formidable printing companies that have faced business difficulties as demand for printed documents and ink has waned.

The cash-and-stock offer from Xerox “significantly undervalues HP and is not in the best interests of HP shareholders,” company officials wrote in a letter to John Visentin, Xerox’s chief executive.

The letter to Xerox called the proposal “highly conditional and uncertain” and expressed qualms about “the potential impact of outsized debt levels on the combined company’s stock.” It also raised concerns about a recent stark decline in Xerox’s revenue.

But the letter left open the possibility of a merger under different terms. “We recognize the potential benefits of consolidation,” it said, “and we are open to exploring whether there is value to be created for HP shareholders through a potential combination with Xerox.”

A Xerox spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment.

In its proposal, submitted on Nov. 5, Xerox put the total value of a possible transaction at $33.5 billion, or $22 a share — $17 in cash and 0.137 Xerox shares for each HP share. Xerox said a merger would save $2 billion in costs within two years.

HP and Xerox have cut costs significantly in recent months as they have struggled to navigate the accelerating erosion of the traditional printing business.

Over the years, HP has aimed to sell printers at no profit or a loss, while making its profit on selling a steady stream of replacement cartridges, called aftermarket supplies.

But a number of forces are undermining that model: the popularity of smartphones and tablet computers that allow electronic documents to be easily transported; the rise of sharing services that people use to distribute documents in the cloud; and a growing awareness of the environmental effects of profligate printing.

At the same time, companies that collect, clean and rebuild printer cartridges have made steady inroads. And the rise in recent years of Chinese cartridge-clone makers in particular has hurt the sales and profits of both HP and Xerox.


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