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Nuclear Concerns
Dr. Vandana Shiva
Plant Life








The earth is a living ecosystem of over 7.6 billion people and nearly 9 million animals. The insect and plant life exceeds the other life forms of earth. Together earth is a unique and diverse orchestration of life. Balancing this life is a matter of how we live in symbiosis with the earth.

We can do this by taking care of the earth's resources and giving back to our environment. This means that humanity made a mistake by thinking that abusing the earth's resources would somehow work itself out. There are debates on how to reduce the population on earth, but the solution actually comes in balancing how we use the earth resources. Plastic, oil, nuclear, chemicals and other contaminants should have never been commercialized and used in our environment. The earth could actually support even more life if we lived in harmony with the natural laws of the ecosystem.

Creating Consciousness

  • The change needed must start with thought. We must discuss and learn about the real issues that effect humanity and our place in the galaxy.
  • The path of this change must come from an altruistic desire to see peace and prosperity for all.


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Major Issues

  • Nuclear waste is contaminating the planet and it lasts either hundreds of thousands of years or millions of years. It causes permanent damage and changes to human, animal, and plant DNA. It causes cancer and deformities. They must be dismantled immediately and converted to benign energy sources. Any number of earth changes would make them catastrophic to humanity. Even aging can make them detrimental. The cost of upkeep and maintenance is also unrealistic for simple steam technology using very destructive materials. They leave a radiation footprint.
  • Water is the blood of the earth and it should be kept in pristine condition. Water should be a free resource for all of human, animal and plant life.
  • Oil is the lubrication of the earth's "joints" and it should be left alone. The pollution and contamination of the earth from oil must end.
  • Agriculture should be done with the understanding that balance is key. Pesticides and herbicides are not only harmful to human and animal life that consumes them, but it also detrimental to insects like bees that our ecosystem relies on. Therefore, all dangerous chemicals should be abandoned and benign chemicals and practices should replace these practices.
  • The diverse plant life on earth contains life, healing properties and sustenance for humans, animals, and insects of the earth. Therefore these resources should be considered sacred and not for exploited commercial use.
  • All goods and services should be packaged in biodegradable, benign packaging that will not harm human, animal, or insect life.
  • The animals of the planet also have souls and they are on their own journey of growth and experience. As such, they should be treated with respect, dignity and free from abuse and neglect.
  • The oceans of the earth are the home for many animals and is important for our ecosystem. Therefore, the oceans should not be a dumping ground for the world's trash and plastic. One use plastic should be produced only by biodegradable and benign materials.


  • Respect for our environment and life in turn ensures our development in a positive manner.



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