There are no Secrets

What we do not know is not a secret. There are no secrets, no mystical secrets....what we think of them to be - they are not.

Those things we find along the way appear when we are ready to see them - the rest of the time they remain invisible, until we learn to look. When we travel within our 'self' we accept what we find there or deny it. When we deny what we find within our 'self' then we are lying to ourselves. When we do that then we are lying to others also. This is not living in the truth - it is denying the truth. The one thing you are constantly seeking.

Therefore...if there is a secret, then it is only in you. The truth holds no secrets.


CHAPTER ONE

Environmental Sites
Agencies, Resources, Information, Contacts, Articles, etc.


Environmental Protection Agency

EPA Mobile Site
This EPA site downloads fast on a small screen and provides a wealth of information for reporters: blogs, contacts, press releases, information by ZIP code, etc.

Environmental Working Group
Research on health and the environment.

Full Frontal Scrutiny
Studies advocacy groups with green names that are actually funded by corporations.

Exploratorium.edu
This online museum features a collection of more than 600 innovative, interactive exhibits about science, nature, art, technology, etc.

Yahoo!'s Environment and Science page
Updated news stories and links galore. Video and audio too!

Envirolink

Environmental News Network

Arbor Day Foundation
Media page has press releases, logos/illustrations, PSAs, storm recovery kit and more.

National Wildlife Federation

GreenPeace
Environmental activist group with dozens of blogs, press center, sources, etc.

Greenpeace: Stop Greenwashing
Greenwashing describe the act of misleading consumers regarding the environmental practices of a company or the environmental benefits of a product or service. This Greenpeace site is a great resource to find more case studies of companies' greenwashing as well as other criteria and how to suggestions for businesses to go green ethically.

Council on Foreign Relations Climate Crisis Guide
An excellent multimedia site on climate change issues.

Global Wind Energy Council
The council is a global forum for the wind energy sector, uniting the wind industry and its representative associations.

EnviroVote
A project by two journalism graduate students that aims to show the potential environmental impact of the 2008 elections.

World Meteorological Organization

FightGlobalWarming
Helpful press section includes a "low-carbon diet kit." Good source for experts on the topic.

Environmental Organization Web Directory

Natural Resources Defense Council

Reader's Digest: 50 Cleanest-Dirtiest Cities

Society of Environmental Journalists

Formyworld.com
A cool database that allows you to call up environmental news by zip code.

Natural Resources Defense Council
A nice resource for expert sources and studies. The organization releases studies on the environment, including beaches, erosion and water quality. The organization claims it "works to protect wildlife and wild places and to ensure a healthy environment for all life on earth."

The Sierra Club
Conservation site has a press room, politics and issues section, video and more.

USGS Earthquake Terms
A quick-reference glossary.

Farmer's Almanac Weather Page
Provides some of the forecast information from the print almanac, including full moons and meteor showers.

National Wildfire Update
This site tracks wildfires around the country.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Water Center
Research, education, newsletter and links.

USGS Earthquake Regional Sites
Detailed stats and discoveries in your area.

Scorecard.org
This site leads you to high-risk areas for environmental problems. Just use a zip code for a complete list of top pollutants and polluters in that area. A very easy-to-use database.

SolarBuzz.com
All about solar power, industry stats and solar power equipment managers.

Eco-Index
Run by the Rainforest Alliance, the Eco-Index is searchable database of over 100 conservation projects in Mexico and Central America.

PaperCalculator.org
Developed by Enviornmental Defense, a nonprofit group. Offers U.S. average wood consumption energy use, and other environmental impacts of different kinds of paper.

Envirolink
A clearinghouse of breaking news and studies of environmental issues.

Environmental News Network
This started as a print newsletter but is a news site updated constantly.

Environment News Service

Science and Technology News Network
Award-winning site with high-end news headlines.

EnviroInfo
A list of links and information on organizations, business, publications, online databases and software, research, and education for air pollution, biotechnology, chemistry, ecology, impact and risk assessment, laws, pollution, sustainable development, soil and wetlands, and water and wastewater.

Ease History
This Michigan State University website features videos and photographs from 1900 to the present. The site connects historical events, campaign ads and core democratic values. Users can search on over 600 videos and photographs and view them inside three different interfaces. It's built from an environmental perspective and includes ad campaigns from the 1950s to present.

Whooping Crane Trust
This site follows the annual spring migration of the Sandhill cranes, among others.

Dept. of Energy: Active Oil Rigs
Use this state-by-state map to see where oil rigs are running in the United States.

Animal Legal Defense Fund

National Priorities
A must-bookmark for any reporter, this site has a state-by-state breakdown of what's happening environmentally across the country. The site offers community groups resources to shape public policy and influence the national budget.

California Coastal Records Project
This site features an aerial photographic survey of the California Coast and updates on a periodic basis. This photographic database contains over 12,000 frames of the California coast shot since 2002.

Earth911.org
Recycling tips galore.

FuelCells.org
Answers basic questions about fuel cell technology and links to companies and universities doing research in that area.

WikiSpecies
From Wikipedia, this site explores the environment.

American Society for Microbiology

USGS: Track Invasive Plant and Animal Species

USGS: Track River and Stream Flows
Helpful in covering floods, hurricanes.

Earthquake Forecasting Site

Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center
Government site offers tip sheets, contacts, studies and other resources.

Petroleum Reduction Planning Tool
Consumer guide to cutting fuel costs. From the Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center.

Nature
An international weekly science journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science.

Macauly Library of Animal Video and Sound
A sort of You Tube meets Wild Kingdom, this site lets you search its vast database for all things animals.

Academy of Natural Sciences

EPA Study: Coastlines
Detailed by region, this report shows the poor conditions the U.S. coastlines are in.

Deeply Curious
An archive of thousands of ocean and land photos from world-renowned photographers.

U.S. National Parks Listing
Describes all 388 national parks in the U.S. Includes travel pointers/services.

TrailLink Trails Database
A database of free trail information that allows you to acess surface types, locations, distances and even photos.

International Fund for Animal Welfare
International non-profit that works on a variety of wild and domestic animal issues. It has offices in 15 countries and more than 2 million supporters. It was founded in 1969 to stop the Canadian baby seal hunt and now works on animal issues ranging from whales to elephants to the bushmeat crisis in Africa. The site has a plethora of information, statistics, white papers and scientific reports that may be an asset to any journalist writing about wild or domestic animal issue.


Tsunami

Tsunami Basics
From the University of Washington Earth and Space Sciences department.

NOAA: Tsunami Research Program

BlogPulse: Tsunami Coverage
An in-depth analysis of tsunami-related coverage.

Sophos: Tsunami Relief Hoaxes
A great collection of hoax e-mails and other scams.

SAJA: Tsunami Resources
Lists experts, links, sources and more.

Wikipedia: Tsunamis
Basics on the Indian Ocean earthquake.

ReligionLink: Tsunami Stories
Several stories on religion angles in the wake of the disaster.

AlertNet.org
Lists tsunami relief efforts.

Tsunamihelp.blogspot.com
Dozens of bloggers in Asia update their tsunami sites daily.

Tsunami Relief Blog

Tsunami Missing Persons Blog
This site attempts to track down and pair up missing with families.


Physical Sciences Information Gateway
Launched on Sept. 17, 2001, PSIgate is the physical sciences hub for the UK's Resource Discovery Network (RDN). From this page, users can search the PSIgate database, search an expanded catalog (PSIgate+) generated by harvesting pages from the PSIgate database, or search across RDN databases. Returns include resources focused on astronomy, chemistry, earth sciences, physics, history of science, and more.

PollingReport.com: Environment Poll Collection
Search by group name, incident, leaders, members and cases.

StoriesThatMatter.org
A great source of environmental story ideas from an organization that targets career investigative journalists who develop general interest, nationally significant environmental and national security stories and then work to break them in the commercial media.

World Energy "Areas to Watch"

OceansFuture.org
Jean-Michel Cousteau explores the Northwestern Hawaiian islands.

Alliance to Save Energy

Online Archaeology
Field notes, profiles, find of the week, etc.

Food & Water Watch
Consumer group site targeted at abuse of enviornmental resources by corporations, such as water companies, fish farms and factories.

Geologists and Earth Scientists
Biographies of leaders in these fields of study.

American Society of Testing and Materials
News and information from this regulatory agency includes a consultants directory.

USDA: Forest Service

Geological Society of America

National Geographic: Conservation
Interactive maps and other resources.

PBS: Evolution
Web site based on the miniseries. Includes background information, photos and videos.

Faultline
A new California's environmental magazine.

The Ecology Center
Publishes a paper quarterly, Terrain; there's a link on the main site.

The National Atlas of the United States
A set of interactive maps, including some special maps on volcanoes, exotic species, vegetationgrowth, federal Indian land areas, hazardous waste, nuclear sites, etc. The site is updated weekly.

National Parks Conservation Association

365 Days of Trash Blog
Dave Chameides blogs about yearlong project to save all of his refuse to help the environment. Interesting.

U.S. Public Interest Research Groups
Transportation, healthcare, money and politcs, media reform, tax and budget, law, higher education and environmental issues.

American Society of Civil Engineers
A 2005 report on failing structures in U.S. infrastructure.

ENF PV Industry Directory
A global photovoltaic industry directory published in seven languages, showing details of more than 5,000 solar companies.

WorldChanging: Global Warming Animations

Institute for Local Self-Reliance
A superb environment site.

HealthyBuilding.net
Another superb environment site.

Planeta.com
Eco-travels in Latin America. News articles, search, resources and more!

GreenBiz.com
Comprehensive resource of environmental information, tools and data aimed at the mainstream business community.

The Why Files
From the National Science Foundation, this site looks at the science, math and technology questions behind the news.

Outdoor Writers Association of America

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce - Environmental Coverage
Daily news coverage of Pacific Northwest, national and international environmental issues.

Recycler's World
Information on recycling just about any material you can think of.

Lycos Environment News
A daily update of environmental news.

Yahoo! Environmental News
Another daily news feed.

MSNBC Environment Page

The Amicus Journal
A quarterly environmental magazine online.

EcoTopics International

BioTech's Life Science Dictionary
More than 6,700 terms with biochemestry, toxicology, medicine, ecology and more.

FuelEconomy.gov
Several price comparison tools and more.

Internet Resources for Earth Sciences
A super set of links from Cal Berkeley.

WWW Virtual Library: Earth Sciences

Official U.S. Earthquake Hazards Program
Background, research, regional sites, seismic networks and more.

Volcano Live
Updated news and Webcams on eruptions around the world.

Ask a Volcanologist

The Sierra Club

Pollen.com
A great site for allergy sufferers or anyone writing about allergy season.

California's Pacific Gas & Electric
The site features several pages related to the blackouts, including maps, company bankruptcy documents and more.

Society of American Foresters
Scientific organization for the profession.

Wildlife Society
Scientific organization for the profession.

North Dakota State University Extension Service: Flooding
Tips on dealing with floods.

GlobalStewards.org: Environmental Tips
Tips on dealing with floods.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Story Ideas
A great place for news tips, stats and more.

Food and Agriculture Organization of America
Stories and press releases on global trends, economics, forestry and more.

Earth Times

Earth Science Picture of the Day

Environics.net

Annenberg Public Policy Center

Wavegen.com
A cool site about using oceans to generate electricity.

The Natural History Museum Dinosaur Directory
Your kid knows 'em all, but you don't.

LizardHouse
Graphics, tips and background on various types of lizards.

U.S. Geological Society
Detailed explanations tailored to the media.

Swell.com
Look up real surfing spots.

The Mountain Institute

National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration

NOVA
PBS show has a site dedicated to science, environmental issues and math. Links to top news stories in the categories.

Discover the Outdoors
It's more of an outdoor sportsmen's site, but it does have some helpful links.

Center for Environment and Population
CEP partners with leading experts and organizations to link science, to policy, and public outreach to better understand and address the issues. It helps compile, assess, and advance current knowledge and emerging trends on population and the environment.

Environmental Media Services
EMS is a private non-profit foundation-supported educational organization, is dedicated to encouraging environmental public health scientists and medical practitioners to contribute to public discussions about their work through the media. It has a helpful listing of environmental news on the site's left rail.

EPA: Toxic Releases Data

National Weather Service: National Tornado Fatality Map
This image map allows you to click on states/cities where deaths occurred.

International Dark Sky Association
Looks at city lights pollution.

Garden Writers Association

National Gardening Association

Electronics Takeback Coalition
Nonprofit group offers tips and ideas for recycling and disposing of electronics. Includes news/resources, corporate responsibility and legislation/policy sections.

National Institute of Medicine: Environment
Studies, breaking news stories and experts.

MSNBC/Live Science: How Earthquakes Work

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Has a great links, press and glossary sections.

GetWorking.org

Blue Planet Foundation
Advocates for safe drinking water.

FilterforGood.com
Group that opposes bottled water.

Think Outside the Bottle
Corprorate Accountability International's campaign to challenge corporate control of water, including the bottled water industry.

The Nature Conservancy
Search a database of GLOBAL environment news from this site created by a non-profit organization.

Society of Environmental Journalists

International Federation of Environmental Journalists

Journalism UK Science and Environment Page
Dozens of links to issues in Great Britain.

National Environment Research Council
Great Britain environmental foundation site.

NatureServe.org
Offers data, information on conservation issues, nature safety and global warming issues.

National Council for Science and Environment

USGS: Great Southern California ShakeOut
Download dozens of resources on earthquakes, including video interviews, animations, images and more.

The Salt Institute
A nonprofit salt industry trade association. Great resource for environment stories and public safety stories on winter road salt.

National Institute of Medicine
News, reports and experts in a number of medical areas, including obesity, aging, environment, diseases, global health, etc.

Environmental Protection Agency

Environmental Organization WebDirectory

OSHA Inspection Reports
Searchable database of federal and state OSHA inspection reports.

Arbor Day Foundation
Media page has press releases, logos/illustrations, PSAs, storm recovery kit and more.

World Health Organization

Environmental Resources on the Internet
Links on environmental Web sites, online publications, news groups.

USGS World Volcanic Activity
History of volcanoes, tips on what to do if caught in one, reports on latest activity around the world.

EnviroFacts
Envirofacts Warehouse Safe Drinking Water Information Web site includes a searchable database on drinking water violations; search by state, county and water company.

Congressional Accountability Project
Site, which claims to fight corruption in Congress, offers information ranging from pay and perks to ethics.

Environmental Organization Web Directory
Great one-stop listing of government agencies that deal with environmental issues.

Natural Resources Defense Council
Studies galore on the quality of environment. Great quick-reference for stats, resources, experts even.

Earthshots
Before/after Landsat images showing environmental events and introducing remote sensing.

World Wildlife
A children's page for wildlife.

Environmental Defense Fund

U.S. National Park Service

Geological Society of America

Fusion Power
A British research site on a new type of energy that could make oil obsolete.

Energy Web Directory
Hundreds of links to energy and environmental issues, many from California, some national.

Earth Science World-American Geological Institute

Greenpeace.org
Site for environmental activists group has a library of press releases, video and headlines.

League of Conservation Voters
Scorecard on environmental issues.

Surfrider Foundation
Membership info., photos, a few press releases on coastal issues.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Calendar of events, press releases, speeches, official documents, publications, etc.

Food and Water Watch
Washington-based watchdog group.

Environmental Working Group
Research on health and the environment.

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Arbor Day Foundation
Media page has press releases, logos/illustrations, PSAs, storm recovery kit and more.

National Wildlife Federation

GreenPeace
Environmental activist group with dozens of blogs, press center, sources, etc.

Global Wind Energy Council
The council is a global forum for the wind energy sector, uniting the wind industry and its representative associations.

World Meteorological Organization

The Sierra Club
Conservation site has a press room, politics and issues section, video and more.

Blue Planet Foundation
Advocates for safe drinking water.

FilterforGood.com
Group that opposes bottled water.

Think Outside the Bottle
Corprorate Accountability International's campaign to challenge corporate control of water, including the bottled water industry.

The Humane Society of the United States
A database of shelters, press releases, statistics and backgrounders on animal cruelty.

National Geographic
The bible of environmental stories and photography.

All Species: Whole Earth Catalog
An attempt to name every plant, animal in microbe on earth.

Wildlife Conservation

The Audubon Society

World Wildlife Fund

Nature Journals
Links to stories and dozens of helpful research tools.

CNN's Nature News Page
Daily nature-related news from CNN.com.

Planet Save
Environmental news stories, a green-living portal.

National Geographic: Climb Mount Everest
A panoramic virtual tour of a climb.

ENature.com: Backyard Wildlife Habitat

Animal Planet's Web site

Recreation.gov
A government guide to parks.

PEER
Environmental and animal protection.

Joel Sartore's Wildlife and Enviornment Links

Wolftracker.com
Another great site by National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore.

Global Relief
Site dedicated to saving forests.

National Outdoor Leadership School

Museum of Natural History
Several cool online exhibits.

Info - Encyclopedia and Reference Resource
Browse articles in all areas of topics within Earth & Environment, History, Literature & Arts, Health & Medicine, People, Philosophy & Religion, Places, Plants & Animals, Science & Technology, Social Science, Law, Sports, Everyday Life, and more. Includes Country Studies and North America Gazetteer.

EndangeredSpecie.com

Shark Attacks

National Wildlife Refuge Association

Wild Kingdom
A look back at the nature series.

ASCPA: Animal Land Site

Plant Information
Tips from the New York Botanical Garden. Staff members also answer e-mail.

Endangered Species

National Pest Management Association
Some good media informaiton on chemicals, etc.

Cockfighting Laws
From the Humane Society: A state by state listing of laws on cockfighting.

NatureServe.org
Offers data, information on conservation issues, nature safety and global warming issues.

National Aquarium in Baltimore
A good national site. Background, conservation tips, searchable site, events and programs, etc.

EPA's Toxic Release Inventory

EPA's Toxic Release Inventory Raw Data
Data dating back to 2002 that can be broken down by region (county-by-county), industry, chemical and more.

EPA Air Pollution Stats

Green Vehicle Guide
Helps you choose the most fuel-efficient and cleanest car engine.

Society of Environmental Journalists: FOI Tip Sheet

EmergencyNet News Today
Site monitors current and potential political, social an natural crises.

Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition
A non-profit organization monitors waste from computer corporations in Northern California.

Nuclearfiles.org
A good list of nuclear accidents.

Infoplease Nuclear Accidents Page

FirstGov: Petroleum QuickStats
A handy set of statistics when writing about oil prices and quantity.

Oil Spills links
Links to associations and government agencies that deal with oil spills.

Environmental Defense Fund Toxic Release Data
Similar to TRI site, has stats broken down by geography, industry, facility, company, etc.

PBS Frontline Plague Wars Site
Bio warfare site includes interviews with scientists and government intelligence officials.

Understanding the Nuclear Threat

EPA's Toxic Release Inventory

EPA's Toxic Release Inventory Raw Data
Data dating back to 2002 that can be broken down by region (county-by-county), industry, chemical and more.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Calendar of events, press releases, speeches, official documents, publications, etc.

Food and Water Watch
Washington-based watchdog group.

Blue Planet Foundation
Advocates for safe drinking water.

FilterforGood.com
Group that opposes bottled water.

Think Outside the Bottle
Corprorate Accountability International's campaign to challenge corporate control of water, including the bottled water industry.


COVERING WILDFIRES

Twitter.com: 2007 Southern California Fires Coverage List
A quick scan of headlines.

San Diego Tribune 2007 Fire Blog

CraigsList: 2007 Southern California Fires Forum

Health Effects of Wildfires
Links from the National Library of Medicine.

Red Cross.org: Brush Fires
Stories, disaster relief, etc.

Red Cross: Feb. 2002 California Brush Fires
Stories, disaster relief, etc.

NYFD: Brush Fire Safety Tips

Phoenix.gov: Brush Fire Safety

Children's Safety Zone: Protecting Your Home from Brush Fires

Firehouse.com Wildfire Coverage

FirefightersNetwork.com

HowStuffWorks.com: How Wildfires Work

GeoMac Wildland Fire Support
A multi-agency government site.


Mount St. Helens and Volcanoes

USGS: Pacific Northwest Seismographic Network
Measures quake activity inside Mount St. Helens.

USGS: Mount St. Helens Updates
Daily updates on the volcanic activity. Monthly updates when the activity is slow.

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS): Mount St. Helens 1980-2000 Fact Sheet
Daily updates on the volcanic activity. Monthly updates when the activity is slow.

How Stuff Works.com: How Volcanoes Work
Daily updates on the volcanic activity. Monthly updates when the activity is slow.

How Volcanoes Work Home Page
Daily updates on the volcanic activity. Monthly updates when the activity is slow.

Volcanic and Geologic Terms
Daily updates on the volcanic activity. Monthly updates when the activity is slow.

Volcanoes Database
Click on the database link to search by continent, type, activity, etc. Compare and contrast volcanic activity.

NASA Earth Observatory Site
Look at natural hazards such as volcanoes, fires and floods through satellite photos, etc.

Michigan Tech Volcanoes Page
Links galore.

Volcanic Clouds Website

PBS Nova: Volcano's Deadly Warning
Background on seismic signals, emergency response, preparation, etc.

Smithsonian Institute: Global Volcanism Program
Background on seismic signals, emergency response, preparation, etc.

Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
Maps, phone contacts, photos, etc.

Mount St. Helens Volcano Cam
A webcam from the volcano.

Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument Photo Library
Photos galore, including before/after shots.

Mount St. Helens Links
A clearinghouse of links to sites about the eruptions.

Government RSS Library: USA.gov’s RSS feed for news releases, agencies, etc.

Library of Congress: Chronicling America -- Historic American Newspapers: An ever-expanding database of newspaper archives.

Talking Biz News: Blog about business journalism from SABEW and the Carolina Business News Initiative.

Center for Identity Management and Information Protection: Part of Utica College, the site offers a media center, research projects and can connect you with expert sources.

CDC: National Center for Health Statistics

Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media: News, notes, resources page, RSS feed, etc.

Writers' Forum: Advice and resources for authors writing their first novel, non-fiction, poetry, etc.

Hard to Find 800 Numbers: Organizes companies alphabetically and displays phone numbers and hours of operation.

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A Poem for All my fellow Humans...
by Jayron D. Robinson - March 27, 2010

I am not Red, White or Blue...
You are not my color and I am not the Color of you.
I am the color of the sky and the color of the trees,
I am the sparkle in your eyes if you choose to see.
I am the mist and the fog, I am the clouds and the rain,
I am the dirt, the rocks and the mountains and the fields of grain.
I am the mouse, the bird, horse, wolf and bear,
I am the rivers and the oceans, I am the breeze and wind in your hair.
I am everything you need and I always treat you fair,
When you touch me handle me with care.
I am your Mother...Mother Earth.
Peace


CHAPTER TWO

The Planet Killer



This chapter is dedicated to the subject of Depleted Uranium. Even though it is only a minor offering here, it is, however, an in depth view of what is not only killing people, but, it is killing the planet.

Research, Resources and their Links are provided further down in this column.

Native Americans and Human-beings in general, have a duty and a responsibility to insure that those who are in positions of power, whether it be government, military, corporation, medical or educational, that they do not use their positions to mislead and lie to the world at large about the truths and facts on this deadly subject.

Where do we begin?
The Western Shoshone Nation of Newe Sogobia, which is surrounded by the State of Nevada, has at least four (4) Depleted Uranium storage facilities on their lands and at least one known on the Paiute Reservation at Pyramid Lake. This is of great concern considering that they have never been informed by the Department of Interior, the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, the Bureau of Land Management or any other department that these sites were being placed on their lands.

This being the case, it brings forth the obvious question of how many other places within the United States, aside from Native American lands have they secretly been storing these materials...right out in the open? Here's an idea of where these 'storage yards' (as they are referred to) which contain Military grade nuclear waste are currently stockpiled:
Nevada
California
Arizona
New Mexico
Colorado
Utah
Wyoming
Montana
Idaho
Washington
Alaska
Georgia
Kentucky

It should be noted that these storage yards are holding these materials above surface and such materials cannot be buried for at least 50 years. Why? Because it's too hot - literally. Their estimates are based on how long they predict these materials to cool down before it is safe to bury them.

Most, if not all, of this Depleted Uranium is designated for places like Yucca Mountain, Nevada. (Native American Lands). In order for it to get there it must travel across the country by road and rail. In other words, it must travel through everyone's neighborhood.

You will learn herein and through associated links that there are great and numerous problems with the moving and storage of these materials. If this is how these materials are handled and these are the problems with it then how are we to trust the safe passage of Spent Nuclear Waste? We can't.

Perhaps, once you've read and learned the details of this situation you may become aware that we must all unify our energies and efforts to put hard pressure on those who play active rolls in these matters and accept nothing short of demanding a total cease and desist orders on these projects with no compromises.

What are we going to do about it? Unification. This is a world issue. It is about the survival of humans everywhere. It crosses all borders, all governments, all religions and all political arguments...it is about the survival of our entire planet.

This is not about another environmental group attacking the already heated arguments in regards to destroying the planet for the sake of advancing civilization and its greedy addiction to manufacturing a lot of stuff people don't really need and finding areas to dump the waste from it - and yet, it is an environmental group known as human-beings trying to save their entire planet from such afore mindsets.

Ask yourself, is it really worth it to destroy the entire planet just so one nation, one political concept, one religion, one corporation, one military can have total control over all the others? It's not logical, not practical, it's inhuman and in the long-run...we all die and no one wins. End of subject.
- Editor



It is time.
You Are The Awakening

On the day that does not exist
But once upon the four
You come into your awakening
Of those things that were once no more.

You have chosen the colors that adorn you
They are the rhythm of the spheres
The music that makes your heartbeat
Of the life that fills your ears.

The stones you know as jewelry
Represent your inner-self
You are a child of the evermore
And eternity is your wealth.

The questions are the keys
To the locks of what you know
Your struggle was your protection
Now let go of those things you hold.

The time that is upon you
Should not be such a surprise
To know this ancient Awakening
Simply open your eyes.

Your journey began long ago
That is why you again are here
It is time for you to enter the hordes
And eliminate their fear.

From your very own hands there comes
A power unknown to most
Use it to remove confusion and heal the ill
Use it wisely but do not boast.

Don't question your existence
There's a reason you are you
You've been here from the beginning of time
To bring balance - that's what you do.


The Human Ego - Culture & Civilization

Does anyone honestly believe that the rest of the Universe wants anything to do with those on this planet?

Take a close look at what has been done here – forced social conformity, forced civilization, forced politics, forced religion, forced corporations and the military's to keep it all in forced control...all dictating which way and how the inhabitants of this planet will live.

A variety of probes have been sent from this planet into the surrounding space for decades searching for other forms of intelligent life and other planets similar to this one that the creatures of this world can be gradually transferred to. This process would actually take hundreds to thousands of years using the current technology, but then, would those other worlds want to see those from here also transfer their forms of civilization? I don’t think so. Perhaps they would prefer that the intelligent creatures of this planet would learn how to get along with themselves and the other creatures they share this planet with and evolve beyond the endless and tiring game of power and dominance.

The Universe does not look forward to this world transferring its disease beyond its own surface.



To Live Only Once

To live only once is the magic of the universe. We are the eternal energy that is alive in all things. There are those who have yet to understand that the wealth of this very planet is more than sufficient to provide for the health and wellbeing for every living thing upon, above and below it. The peace and freedom for every living thing is born into it beyond any measure of doubt. For countless centuries all creatures came to learn that their planet provided the necessities for it to continue as a species such as water, food, medicine and shelter. It is the failure of humankind that has allowed the conditions contained within their social structures to create the homeless, neglect of human responsibility to create the starving and make a business from the lack of compassion to care for the sick.

The life that we are is the life that we live. It belongs to no one as they have their own - ours is not theirs to command. Humans, on occasion, have a tendency to express a certain level of intelligence and will always go out of their way to prove how unintelligent they can be as well - and seemingly more so. As we were once in our original stature as Nomadic Wanderers until civilization dehumanized our natural being - that to which we were born - but now, what has been done throughout the centuries past will be undone and the world will come back to its natural order - because we have no other choice.

Civilization is the cloak over reality and the truth. It is an illusion. Some may say it is the only structure that allows for all humans to live in groups with some form of order. What they fail to realize is that it is a human idea of order. Everything in nature has an order but humans are the only ones that have designed an order that is against the natural order of the world they live in. Their very own history has proven this process does not work as it was thought and for centuries continue to repeat the same mistake. As a result, the entire planet and the existence of the human are in jeopardy of becoming extinct on this planet.

To live only once is a gift of the entire cosmos and what we do with that gift depends on what kind of human we allow ourselves to be. If your life is governed by another then it is not your life. There are compromises that we all learn which are in the natural set of rules or laws of nature itself. When we interfere with the natural order then we alter the eternal natural flow.

We are the only creature that will justify the killing of other things. If there be a justification then there is only one set of reasons that can be acceptably applied; food, medicine and shelter and in that for only what is necessary and never wasted.


Nobility in the 21st Century
December 1, 2009

Nobility, a rare quality in this modern technological world of today.

There are many who have placed themselves on the front steps before the masses who are impressive in their appearance but have little to no substance beneath their blinding armor. Those who demand recognition or respect get none from me.

What they do is expose that they have not rightfully earned this position and if they had they would not be standing there before me or anyone else.

Why is it that people make it so difficult to be nice and polite, to have good manners, to say please and thank you and you're welcome? Even the least educated and unfortunate can wear this jewelry.

All of these qualities do not belong solely to the noble for nobility is not a birthright - it is defined and reaches the pentacle of excellence through the discipline of ones character. It is carried within them and not before them and when it is right it will shine, thus, announcing their presence without demand.

And if they be humble to the awareness of their presence, in any situation, or in any place, then there is no door that will be left unopened, no gate drawn and no sword pointed in their direction.

They need no document to varify who they are nor a speaker to announce them.

In their finest cloth they will sit upon the ground and in their finest rags they will stand tall.

They harm none with their words or their actions, for you see, these are the ones who have learned the best of what is the very foundation of civilization. These are the civilized and none other.

And it is through their ways that their compassion for life is extended and shines in the most dire of times. To pause in what they are doing, to take a moment and wipe the tears of a crying child; to alleviate the suffering of the elders when they begin to loose hope and faith; to give food and shelter to those in need. These are the things that are important. They do not have to be asked to do these things. They do not have to be told. They do what they know to be right and ask for nothing in return.

But what is this thing, Nobility?


I Am an Animal

I am an animal, a mammal, of the human species. At first I began to question what I was, then, who I was, where I was at, where I am going and finely – why am I here? Humans everywhere go through this. It is part of our peculiar nature compared to our fellow animals…as far as we know, or assume. My animal is not perfect outside of itself nor is my human. I strive to improve my animal, my human. I do know that if I neglect one I also neglect the other. None of us will ever escape these facts about who we are, thus, our very foundation to our existence.

I may be perfect in the eyes of a few and imperfect in the eyes of others…I make adjustments to be able to improve my short-comings and eventually over-come them. Those things that come to me through my adventure in life – these are my family, my teachers, my friends, my tools – my path towards improvement. It would be impossible for me to have no flaws – flaws make up a unique character in our personalities and without them many of us would not be able to communicate with each other or share experiences which are an accumulation of things found along the way. To understand these flaws we begin to realize that when attempting to edify anyone with our perspective we must consider that some will understand us more readily than others, therefore, we learn to have patience with slow learners and respect for those who’ve already been where we are at. Making a mistake does not constitute an act that requires punishment – the one who made the mistake is already suffering from having done so and is seeking a way to correct it – this is called ‘conscious’. Without conscious one will continue to repeat the mistake. Instead of imposing ones concept as to whether the one who made a mistake should be punished perhaps they could be compassionate and offer assistance to help them surpass the mistake – not advice-but from experience. Thus, the saying, “He who knows does not say.” …to where I add, “He who doesn’t know should not speak.” And finally, on this matter, my motto: “To make a mistake and do nothing to correct it is to make another mistake.”

Who be so great amongst the tribes of the Human to stand before me or anyone else and pass judgment? By what right? If I have offended you, caused you harm or loss then such things are between you and me and no other. To speak of it to others is an offense against me and the honor that should be between two humans. To this I would say ‘be still’ and let us resolve this matter quietly, between us, and with a good meal. I have no need to judge one who would judge me…this is difficulty, not mine.

There are no catastrophic events or disasters on this planet…only within the human. The affairs of the planet cannot be interfered with by mere mortals. Of these things it is purely Nature doing what it does… breathing life. The biggest mistake that many humans have made throughout their existence is that they became detached from the very thing that has given them life, provides for their continued existence and as a result of this detachment they have waged war against their own planet by tearing it apart…not for survival, not for existence…only selfish greed. It would be safe to say that civilization is a method of progressive, perhaps aggressive, self-elimination; suicide, of an entire species and everything it comes into contact with.

Civilization is psychological virus that has infected the populations accumulated within them with a structured way of thinking and the end of free thinking. One should ask themselves if they really believe they are free thinkers or just following the worn path of those before them?

“Master, is this the way?” (Isn’t this a beautiful mountain?) “I am not asking about the mountain, Master, I just want to know if this is the way?” (How can you possibly find the way if you cannot see the mountain?)


What we have done and how we did it.
By Jayron D. Robinson - February 2014

Most of us have a basic knowledge and understanding of how our Earth works in conjunction to our position within our solar system. I am going to take a little liberty and jump ahead to our condition in relation to that basic knowledge.

Try to conceive that we have three primary layers or skins around our planet; atmosphere, stratosphere and ionosphere. Each of these plays a unique part in how our surface responds to the pressures of gravity and the activity of space. Our inner-core is not much different than the Sun, but with less intensity. This core is surrounded by several layers of skin of various substances such as gases, lava, oil, rock, sand, water and so forth. The pressure of our inner-core is relative to the pressures of our outer three skins and our position to the Sun as we rotate around it. This position is directly relative to the types of activity we experience to which we call the weather or seasons. These processes repeat themselves on a yearly basis and for the most part are the same with every passing year.

Our planet is a living organism - it breaths, gets hot and cold - even freezes. It expands and contracts. The ability of our planet to expand and contract is also relevant to our inner-core and outer layers. The plates beneath our surface are designed to slide back and forth with each other. This movement is accomplished by the pressures in and on our planet and is done with the assistance of pressure release portals such as volcanos, geothermal tubes, etc. The sliding of our plates is accompanied with a lubricant we call oil. Water assists in maintaining the temperature levels. The above information is just a brief explanation of how the mechanics of our planet functions. Now suppose we alter all of this natural activity.

When we remove, or extract, our planets oil and gas we create an unnatural friction beneath our surface that enable the plates to come together. This friction forces the plates to become hotter than they should be and they begin to crack. This cracking pushed the plates into unnatural positions where the results from below have a negative effect on the surface above. This negative effect to our surface also alters the outer three layers and therefore affects our weather systems. Let us not forget that the bombs, atomic, hydrogen and nuclear explosions (above and below our surface) also have a very negative effect on our planet. We have knocked the natural systems out of sync. Taking it another step...when we drill, blast and frack our physical earth the effects of this produces vibrations that add to destabilizing the balance of our system.

Jumping ahead again...When we destabilize the natural processes of our planet we also alter our position in relation to our Sun and Moon which in effect alters our gravity. So when we speak of global warming or climate change these are the reasons such things occur. We are literally spinning out of control. One of the biggest reasons our planet exists the way it does and provides for the endless life forms on this planet is because of our unique position in our solar system. The additional results of these negative effects also alter the other planets around us. Knock us out of position and the results are obvious to even the simplest of minds.

Can we fix this? Yes.

How do we fix this?

Stop what we're doing to this planet. It's that simple.


The Planet Killer - Links and References

  • "Weapons and Equipment/Depleted Uranium"
  • Campaign Against Depleted Uranium
    Features potential health effects of DU, history of its use, and information about the manufacturing and testing of DU in Britain.
    www.cadu.org.uk
  • Depleted Uranium Education Project
    Features reports and information regarding Depleted Uranium.
    www.iacenter.org/depleted/du.htm
  • Discounted Casualties - The Human Cost of Depleted Uranium
    Profiles the impact of depleted uranium.
    www.chugoku-np.co.jp/abom/uran/index_e.html
  • Depleted Uranium Page
    Information from the Federation of American Scientists.
    www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/du.htm
  • NATO: Depleted Uranium
    Text of a NATO report.
    www.nato.int/du/home.htm
  • Gulf War Veterans and Depleted Uranium
    Paper prepared by Dr.Rosalie Bertell for the 1999 Hague Peace Conference.
    ccnr.org/du_hague.html
  • Depleted Uranium and Health: The Implications For Iraq
    Text of a 1999 report.
    www.rimbaud.freeserve.co.uk/dhap99f.html
  • BBC News: Depleted Uranium
    Offers links to articles, reports, and analysis.
    news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/in_depth/europe/2001/depleted_uranium/default.stm
  • Balkan War Syndrome
    Collection of articles relating to the disease as well as depleted uranium.
    www.balkansyndrome.com
  • DoD Updates its Depleted Uranium Environmental Exposure Report
    From Gulflink.
    www.gulflink.osd.mil/news/na_du_ii_19dec00.htm
  • Depleted UF6 Management Program
    Environmental Assessment Division information network page offering news, documents, and more.
    web.ead.anl.gov/uranium/indexnav.cfm
  • Depleted UF6 Management Information Network
    Online repository of information about the U.S. Department of Energy's inventory of depleted uranium hexafluoride (DUF6), a product of the uranium enrichment process.
    web.ead.anl.gov/uranium
  • Depleted Uranium Watch
    Features articles and links.
    www.stopnato.org.uk/du-watch
  • Guardian Unlimited: Depleted Uranium
    Special report of the effects of depleted uranium on Gulf War and Balkans veterans.
    www.guardian.co.uk/uranium
  • Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride PEIS
    Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for management of depleted uranium hexafluoride.
    www.ead.anl.gov/~web/newduf6/index.html
  • Campaign Against Depleted Uranium
    Features potential health effects of DU, history of its use, and information about the manufacturing and testing of DU in Britain.
    www.cadu.org.uk
  • Depleted Uranium Education Project
    Features reports and information regarding Depleted Uranium.
    www.iacenter.org/depleted/du.htm
  • Discounted Casualties - The Human Cost of Depleted Uranium
    Profiles the impact of depleted uranium.
    www.chugoku-np.co.jp/abom/uran/index_e.html
  • Depleted Uranium Page
    Information from the Federation of American Scientists.
    www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/du.htm
  • NATO: Depleted Uranium
    Text of a NATO report.
    www.nato.int/du/home.htm
  • Gulf War Veterans and Depleted Uranium
    Paper prepared by Dr.Rosalie Bertell for the 1999 Hague Peace Conference.
    ccnr.org/du_hague.html
  • Depleted Uranium and Health: The Implications For Iraq
    Text of a 1999 report.
    www.rimbaud.freeserve.co.uk/dhap99f.html
  • BBC News: Depleted Uranium
    Offers links to articles, reports, and analysis.
    news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/in_depth/europe/2001/depleted_uranium/default.stm
  • Balkan War Syndrome
    Collection of articles relating to the disease as well as depleted uranium.
    www.balkansyndrome.com
  • DoD Updates its Depleted Uranium Environmental Exposure Report
    From Gulflink.
    www.gulflink.osd.mil/news/na_du_ii_19dec00.htm
  • Depleted UF6 Management Program
    Environmental Assessment Division information network page offering news, documents, and more.
    web.ead.anl.gov/uranium/indexnav.cfm
  • Depleted UF6 Management Information Network
    Online repository of information about the U.S. Department of Energy's inventory of depleted uranium hexafluoride (DUF6), a product of the uranium enrichment process.
    web.ead.anl.gov/uranium
  • Depleted Uranium Watch
    Features articles and links.
    www.stopnato.org.uk/du-watch
  • Guardian Unlimited: Depleted Uranium
    Special report of the effects of depleted uranium on Gulf War and Balkans veterans.
    www.guardian.co.uk/uranium
  • Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride PEIS
    Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for management of depleted uranium hexafluoride.
    www.ead.anl.gov/~web/newduf6/index.html
  • Beyond Treason
  • Management of Security and Classified Information


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