Peak Oil is a farce |
Let me preface the peak oil farce with the reality of an alternative supply of fuel—that of abiotic oil. The dubious claim of oil scarcity, is at the heart of the move to deindustrialize the West. Thank God some are willing to admit the prediction failure to date. And if you haven’t figured out that the envyronmental carbon-footprint, social credit score, FANG’d Beast system, is nothing short of techno-neofeudalist slavery. Well, it’s time to reevaluate the horizon rapidly approaching.
Peak Water is a farce |
Pattern as prologue overlays the scarcity mentality projected on to the economic system. As such, the scarcity pattern should immediately be questioned in light of a viable alternate theory. As with peak oil, sourced from deep within the Earth, the case for water abundance, is not only logical, but implemented worldwide—that of the Primary Water Cycle.
Peak Sand?! Really?!! |
What next?! Peak Air?! You can be on it—its coming. No, seriously, peak sand propaganda has begun. Once a vast space of overlapping biomes, Earth has been characterized as a ever diminishing space with limited resources. We’re being prepared for resource wars built on shaky science and manufactured crises. Ultimately aimed at humans as markets for a timely phase-out. As silicon markets are driven into the ebb of the American Dream—the fuel of the economic system running the global engine of prosperity. No surprise to recognize the value of sand in the production of Silicon Valley, oils fields, and building construction and manufacturing.
Ever Diminishing Resources Or More Surface Area With Unlimited Resources? |
“The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself.“ – Club of Rome, premier environmental think-tank, consultants to the United Nations.
In each scarcity case above, there appears to be evidence to the contrary. Interestingly, it would seem that more often than not, scarcity is the norm in the paradigm within which we are living. Scarcity is reinforced in every aspect of life, from economics to land-resource management. Economics, supply and demand, scarcity makes sense, but, land scarcity has always bothered me. Overpopulation is a constant reminder of the human domain and its impact on the environment.
In recent years, the overpopulation “problem” has been put into proper perspective identifying the problem to actually be that of overpopulated megacities, and not that we are actually running out of land.
Vast swaths of land exist globally. And there may be more land than most actually realize. Take a look at the following graphic which details the mathematics of how we think we are viewing the horizon at the edge of our globe. According to this graphic we aren’t actually perceiving the horizon—we never do, we can’t (based on its current calculation). As is pointed out, the commonly accepted calculation of Earth’s radius is wrong. Which means, at the least, Earth is bigger than what we’ve been told. Bigger, means there is potential for more land, and potentially more resources.
You see, scarcity even applies the our desire to explore. We’ve conquered Earth and we’re on to Mars! Have we? What if the frontier is still out there, here, ready to be re-discovered? What of new lands?! New continents?!
As the saying goes, “history is written by the victors.” What history, science, knowledge have we been taught that restrains humanity from “new” discovery? Where aren’t we “allowed” to go, to venture? Why are those places off limits?
Join me in the quest of discovery and let’s plan an adventure!