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Should shopping channels be banned from tv? 
What about morning tv shows promoting people / companies that sell ‘stuff’ we don’t need?

And what about the manufacturing world?
They actually get away with selling us ‘new’ products with ‘built-in obsolescence‘ as part of there guarantee!
Once again it’s profits before planet / people.

Oil Companies & Plastic… 🙁

The BIG and powerful oil companies (Shell etc) are now putting there vast financial resources into building new PLASTIC manufacturing
plants (especially in the USA). They are intent on making money (profits) from the billions of gallons of oil they extract from mother earth any way they can.

They know the motoring world is ‘going green electric/hydrogen’ but still continue producing oil with no consideration for the consequences. Profit (greed) is the car they drive!

The ‘Recycling Smokescreen’… 🙁

It was indeed the oil companies that originally created and promoted the recycling ‘industry’ back in the 70’s.
It was a marketing move on there part with the pretence that ‘everything’ would be recycled so plastic is ‘ok.’

That was back in the 1970’s and they are still promoting this ‘unworkable and deceiving’ notion today (i.e. ridiculous and totally false labeling). The sad part about is that good people are diligently recycling there waste every day thinking it is solving the problem, IT IS NOT.

The result…

Now the world is deluged in single-use and non-degradable plastics. The oil companies are ramping up plastic production, dumping toxic waste products, continuing to suffocate the planet, killing millions of animals and plants, and it doesn’t worry them one bit.
They are now promoting plastic use MORE than ever before!


“65 BILLION animals per year are being killed for human consumption (that’s 2,000 per second!)
…which includes the barbaric treatment and traumatic ending of animal life!

Human infectious disease outbreaks are also rising and in recent years there have been Ebola, Bird flu, Middle East respiratory syndrome (Mers), Rift Valley fever, Sudden acute respiratory syndrome (Sars), West Nile virus, HIV, and Zika virus all crossed from animals to humans. 

We have recently experienced the COVID-19 virus…and there’s more to come!


Antibiotic resistance is now one of the biggest public health challenges of our time. Far bigger than COVID-19.

Antibiotic resistance happens when germs like bacteria and fungi develop the ability to defeat the drugs designed to kill them. That means the germs are not killed and continue to grow. Infections caused by antibioticresistant germs are difficult, and sometimes impossible, to treat.

Antibiotic resistance and ‘superbugs’

The overuse of antibiotics in recent years means they’re becoming less effective and has led to the emergence of “superbugs”. These are strains of bacteria that have developed resistance to many different types of antibiotics, including:

    • MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus)
    • Clostridium difficile (C. diff)
    • The bacteria that cause multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis

These types of infections can be serious and challenging to treat, and are becoming an increasing cause of disability and death across the world.

The biggest worry is that new strains of bacteria may emerge that cannot be treated by any existing antibiotics!

Will electric vehicles save the planet if we all buy them?

Are cars the worst causes of Global Warming? And if not, what is?

Yes, it’s easy to criticize EVs for range anxiety, charging waiting times, the upfront cost of the vehicles, and in one case – that autopilot mode. But forget all that short-term guff and explore with us what will happen in the future – do we have the energy and raw materials to cope with mass EV adoption? And perhaps more importantly, are electric vehicles actually all that green?

Interesting Facts about Offshore Wind Farms

UK average size offshore wind farm has 110 turbines. 3 years to build.
Provides energy for 100,000 homes.
Lifespan 30 years. Not recyclable.
Ocean floor devastation.
Habitat lost.
Cost to build & install approximately £3 billion (2021)