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Everything posted by Trulyana

  1. Or you can use a bucket of water instead. Quick and easy, and washable. No water wasting here neither. One bucket of water goes a long way.
  2. Sounds like an interesting and fun visit. It's always nice to hear about different urban eco-areas. I like a mixture of both old and new, and it's always worthwhile hearing about it. I know a couple of towns/cities who produce energy through new forms of technology, and a couple are in South America. You see most of these cities/towns have always been self sufficient, and so they have gone back to their roots, and have contacted people who can produce something on a larger scale to help them, with their new towns/cities and live off their natural energy. All this, is not new. It is a natural w
  3. Yup, this is what it's really like. It's quite easy to fall for something like that, but at the same time quite easily to see what is real and what is not. The worst of the lot, are the products that promote their green standard to great effect. You will find that the rare ones, are the ones that contain lesser or no fake ingredients and are usually hidden as they don't want to make big money, like the large companies.
  4. Sounds interesting. This is what it's like out in the big world, a mixture of views from everyone. It's great that! :D
  5. Trulyana

    Earth Day

    Interesting creation. Though earth day is everyday, if you are naturally fond of it.
  6. Here is my laptop desktop. An elephant from the Lisbon Zoo in Portugal.
  7. Or EVEN better, REPLACE the current Director, and get a NEW management team in. [Man this is my opportunity right here lol]
  8. Would it be so hard, to believe that i don't? I don't keep up to date with any news or current events, so from that angle my view of politics is non existent.
  9. My pleasure. Any new ideas as of yet? I can't think of any at this moment, but when I think of something, I'd be sure to post it. :)
  10. You know what, going to insert this into my forum. That's the only way I'll ever know what it's really about. Experience is sure exciting. :thumbup: Thank you Simon for all your kind information.
  11. Fair enough. Thank you for answering Simon. :)
  12. I know what you might have read may not have sounded, like something you wanted to hear. However much statistics and numbers may be the answer at times, they do not put practicality at play, when it comes to real life situations.
  13. I only asked, your own personal understanding of it all. A simple question. I am neither against or for global warming. It is a change yes, that is all.
  14. I don't find anything negative. I'm pointing out the real truths, in what is going on in our world today. The major points highlighted from that paragraph are: Higher increase in productive manufacturing, due to the demand in higher needs in the food production, thus equating a much more regulated market, continous decentralised policies, increasing the economic restructure of cities and towns, and end of natural farming.
  15. No thanks. I don't have an opinion, so I don't feel anything for the system.
  16. Food prices have already been on the increase in the last 20 years, I thought it would have been obvious by now. And as you know, the outcomes and effects are quite obvious. Higher increase in productive manufacturing, due to the demand in higher needs in the food production, thus equating a much more regulated market, continous decentralised policies, increasing the economic restructure of cities and towns, farmers will probably cease to exist, as supermarkets continue to pressurise farmers into their demands. It's an endless list of problems, that goes on and on, and I don't think it's worth
  17. I'm talking about reality and my own understanding of what is really going on in the world, and your going on general public data consensus/news it seems. Why do you think it is 'humans fault we are in this situation.' and why is it 'pathetic to think otherwise'? I would really like to find out, your own personal opinion, putting aside scientific data and the IPCC.
  18. Or used a different airport altogether. :thumbup: lol
  19. You said it! I thought the whole world had gone nuts, it's nice to know there are some people who understand what is going on. Whatever gave you that impression? Oh wait, I know it's the New movement part of the whole global warming theory. No one is to blame for anything. The more people continue to think so, the more they are setting themselfs an open grave. Truth of the matter is, that what is going on, has nothing to do with Earth. It's a wake up call for humanity itself. We are definetly on a movement. You know like the free love hippy years, except this one, is giving the impress
  20. Well, there's alot of that around now. Even more so, trying to sell the idea that the earth is going to explode, and we are to blame for it. Very predictable and extremely irrational too. Humans heh, changes are definetly in the air.
  21. Still no use, it's not practical enough to understand. I think mabye I don't need to understand it, and my brain is shutting it off. :crazyhappy: Thanks all the same.
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