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David Wilcock always has interesting stuff.  If you don’t believe in conspiracies, it will at least expand your thinking about possibilities in the world.

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Click This Link To Read Poofness Report at Rumor Mill News ZAP SAYS, HI ALL THE GRINNING PIGS ARE BACK. MIDWEEK TOO. PLEASE PREPARE FOR THE RESET(S). JULY 20, 2014 IS CONFIRMED AS THE DATE …

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Let’s Make Community Open Source Solutions

I was inspired to write this by my home town lake being about to dry up for the first time since I have been alive.  I’m 33 now, so the drought in Atascadero, which is on the California Central Coast, is getting ridiculous.

Hopefully, enough of us our doing our rain dances, thoughts, meditations, or intentions for rain so that this possible el Nino gives us a good soaking.

But, until then we have to suck it up and deal with it.  I was trying to come up with ways that we can build things to hlep out our local water supplies.  These ideas are from ones thrown together that people are using in different places around the globe.

For one, we have some damp and cool nights that put moisture on the ground around the coast.  There are a couple of things we can do to promote the retention of this water vapor.

In some areas of South America, people are seeing success in catching and collecting this fog into buckets.  They use nylon mesh nets that are woven 1 cm by 1 cm.  They collect them in simple rain gutters and direct them into buckets.

It is worth a try to experiment and share with your friends and family so it can be an open source project.

In another way of collecting water, I have seen condensers that can operate in as little as 20% humidity.  These could be easy solutions for some garden water from the air.  LIke I said, we should make groups and clubs to do these projects.

Make it open source and put your results on a free blog.  I have a tutorial for Google’s Blogger platform here.  Or you could follow my Youtube tutorial here if you make some videos with your efforts.

As I expand this article, I will suggest some differnt sources for your to check out.  I am thinking that a simple solar setup could power this condenser for a personal water collection.

Here is a DIY Solar project called the SOLN1.  Check them out:

…and the SOLN1 build:

I will be adding some videos and cheap stuff to check out so we can all invent and enhance some water solutions together.

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brics_2014_summit_logoAs the last post queried (and answered), “How do you build a new banking system, not connected to the Fed, the IMF, or the World Bank? Build it with BRICS.”

This article is entitled “South American leaders to attend 6th BRICS Summit“, but it addresses many of the items to be discussed at the 6th BRICS Summit.

A few key points (in my mind) from this article:

“The $100 billion Contingency Reserve Arrangement (CRA) will be launched at this year’s Summit and final details of the New Development Bank (NBD) will also be unveiled.

“Brazilian Ambassador José Alfredo Graça Lima addressing a press conference in Brasilia on Tuesday said the keenly awaited BRICS Bank will finance infrastructure and sustainable development projects.

Developing nations have long complained that the World Bank and International Monetary Fund are failing to address underdevelopment and Western nations have too much say over…

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