Posts Tagged ‘environmental’

Radiation Water Pollution: Can The Power Of Prayer Avert It?

Thursday, March 31st, 2011


You’ve heard about the recent earthquakes in Japan. On March 11, 2011 a 9.0-magnitude Japan earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear power plant disasters. The earthquake and tsunami has left more than 27,000 people dead or missing. And aftershocks continue 3 weeks later. Then on  March 27, 2011 Japan was hit with a 6.5 magnitude earthquake and more fears of another tsunami. Fortunately, the tsunami never materialized.

The world is still watching Japan as it battles to contain radiation from damaged nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan. The goal is to limit radiation exposure and the inevitable consequence of radiation sickness. The best strategy is to keep the nuclear reactors and the radioactive materials cool with water. First sea water and now they are switching to fresh water. Tsunami water caused the problem and now water is the remedy.

 

water pollution

 

But there is water pollution and radiation  contamination as water leaks out of the nuclear plants and into the ocean, air and water molecule of surrounding areas. The entire earth’s environment is being affected. The threat of radiation exposure and radiation sickness is not just Japan’s problem. It’s a worldwide nuclear environmental management problem.

Water is a friend to the human body as well. Drinking plenty of good quality water can heal many sicknesses and diseases.

Be thankful for water…


Send thoughts of love and gratitude to water in the nuclear plants in Fukushima. There is evidence that water responds to the vibration of human prayer no matter how far away it is.

It’s not the official world day of prayer. But Dr. Masaru Emoto  has made a prayer request…A request for the world to join him in prayer and a healing water ceremony on March 31, 2011. At noon your local time, consider performing the prayer ceremony for water. If you missed the noon time frame, say the prayer anyway. If you believe in the power of prayer or just want to honor the earth, nature or water, just pray. Do what you can to combat water polution from radiation.

Healing Prayer Ceremony For Waterwater
With your hands together in a prayer position,
Repeat the following (aloud or in your mind) three times:

“The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant,
we are sorry to make you suffer. 
Please forgive us. 
We thank you, and we love you.”

More information can be found at Emoto PeaceProject blog

Want to improve the quality your water?
Visit GoLiveGreenLife.com/Green-Products/Shungit-Rock

 

Sandra Noble

GoLiveGreenLife.com

Save Money, Save Energy, Save The Planet, Be Healthy!

 

Green products are offered by
Noble & Associates Consulting, Inc.
Contact Us at 404-374-3384

Was Earth Month A Disaster?

Sunday, July 11th, 2010

Earth Day was 27 March 2010. And as part of Earth Day there was the lights out Earth Hour initiative. A billion people in 4000 cities worldwide turned off their lights for 1 hour. The Earth Hour event was declared a success.

Since I sell environmentally friendly products, I go to a lot of “green” events. And the week before and after Earth Day was chock full of events. Everyone was trying to ride the “go green” wave and to capitalize on the interest and focus on going green. We had the illusion that many supported the save energy, save the earth, save the environment, save the planet movement. That was the end of March.

But what happened in the next 30 days?

  • 25 people died in the West Virgina coal mine tragedy
  • Oil spill near Australia
  • And the now infamous Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion and the resulting BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico

The BP’s oil spill is the biggest ever in the United States, but it’s not the biggest in history – yet. The largest oil spill was intentionally caused by Iraq in 1991 during the Persian Gulf war. We can certainly find fault with British Petroleum in this disaster. But the US government is not blameless either. BP is trying to stop the flow and clean up the oil that has already spilled into the Gulf of Mexico, Who know how much oil will continue to spill into the gulf and for how long? This oil spill doesn’t take first place honors yet, but it could get there.

And Earth Day kicked off a month full of disasters…

Check out our environmentally friendly products that help you
Save Money
, Save Energy, Save the Planet, and Be Healthy!.

 

 

 

Are There Feasible Oil Spill Cleanup Solutions?

Friday, June 18th, 2010

 

 

BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill is still in the news and will continue to be because the oil continues to flow into the gulf. In the aftermath of the oil spill disaster and the aftermath of grilling of BP executives by the US Congress and President Obama, what’s the really important question?

How to clean up the oil spill?

People from universities and private companies and even Hollywood have submitted solutions. I’ve heard criticisms about BP not responding to suggestions very quickly. It takes a lot of time. Rational people would have to know that BP and the rest of the oil industry would like the spill to be cleaned up yesterday. The environmentalists want the oil cleaned up. Everyone in the gulf region would like an oil spill cleanup solution. And seafood lovers want to avoid the escalating prices that the oil spill will cause. The cost is high in terms of finances, the economy and in terms of quality of life.



I wrote “
Hey Hay – Is There a Simple Way to Clean Up BP’s Oil Spill?”   about one proposal for soaking up the oil.

Check out “
In the aftermath of disaster: Cleanup solutions for oil spills” for other solutions that have been and are being considered and implemented to address the Gulf of Mexico oil spill crisis.

 

 

 

Are Environmentalists Justified In Breaking The Law?

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

 

 

When I think of the environmental, global warming, eco-friendly movement, I think of nice friendly people who love nature, want to reduce pollution, support earth sustainability. Promote health and want world peace. So the concept of law breakers and criminals in the environmental movement was shocking. But on second thought the idea is not so radical. Those who care deeply and want to bring about change often feel justified in using disruptive, criminal and even violent measures to accomplish their goals. “By any means necessary.” To quote Malcolm X.




Some people have sustainable green agendas that they think warrant crimes. I’d rate these crimes as minor and just nuisances. But there are ways to “Go Green” without breaking laws. Check out this intriguing article


5 Eco-Friendly Crimes to Try Today