November 26, 2011 in World
This article continues my series where I go through the exercise of looking at the six pieces in Jane Evershed’s OccuPIE. They are:
- end all wars
- environmental responsibility
- free/real education
- health care for all
- release of free energy technologies
- an ethical economy
Today, I look at the second piece of the OccuPIE, environmental responsibility.
I’ve got to admit, I’m not much of an environmentalist.
This doesn’t mean I leave trash in the forest when I go hiking or use dangerous pesticides to get rid of the bugs that visit me in the summer. I agree with taking care of the world around us – the environment – after all, I am a neat freak. I’m not obsessive compulsive about it like some people. I just want things to be organized, neat, and clean.
When I say I’m not much of an environmentalist I mean I have looked at the science behind the environmentalists’ global warming claims and found it wanting. That part of society uses scare tactics, what some call “fear porn,” based on flawed research and unsupportable conclusions. They have done this so often that, in many circles, they have lost their credibility.
They yell about the exhausting of resources and the holes in the ozone layer. This noise loses punch when the facts are explored. In addition, the business interests behind their claims speak so loudly that I can’t hear what their words are saying.
Environmentalists believe so strongly in their agendas that they have lost touch with the way nature functions. Nature has a miraculous ability to cleanse itself. Wind, sun, and moisture clear the air through storms. Rot, decay, microbes, animals, and birds are just a small part of nature’s system to deal with trash. This cleansing process works so well that it confirms my belief in intelligent design every time I see in action.
Nature’s miracles don’t end there. Research now shows that previously “extinct” species are reappearing. The explanation is that extinct species never disappear from the Source Field. Then, when conditions are right, they reappears in the physical dimension.
Like I said, the science of lack used by the environmentalists doesn’t line up with the reality of how nature works.
I understand there are issues with the environment. These issues come from a lack of understanding of nature. Instead, of working in conjunction with it, we have passed environmental laws that are often unenforceable on larger businesses, the real culprits, while they hinder small businesses. Thus, the problems persists.
From my perspective, we don’t need those laws because they do not work.
We need to understand the following:
- Everything is energy. Therefore, pure potential is the possibility. There are no limits.
- Everything in the universe consists of this energy. Therefore, we are all one.
- Nature is lavishly abundant. Therefore, there is enough in our world to support each person on our planet plus many more.
To me, environmental responsibility requires two easy steps.
- If you make a mess, make sure it gets cleaned. If you leave it for someone else to clean, you leave it for yourself because we are all one.
- Recognize that nature works in cycles and work in cooperation with those cycles. These cycles produce abundance.
This is easy. It is simple.
The current environmental strategy of government regulation is not the solution to the problem. The solution is for each individual to take responsibility for his or her part of the environment.
Part of this process includes becoming educated about how things work. I’ll write about that in my next article in this series.