Month: March 2013

Fix The World Solution Series: New Fishing Net Design Can Restore the Ecosystem and Revolutionize the Fishing Industry

Researched and Written By Peppi Meikle, New Zealand Our oceans worldwide are currently badly damaged and are being methodically annihilated by commercial fishing using bad practises, and government lethargy.  This is a dire situation on a global scale involving the multibillion dollar fishing industry.  The fishing industry plays a vital role in our wellbeing and directly or indirectly contributes to the livelihood for over 500 million people…it’s imperative that we get this problem gets solved!  The main problem is that the trawlers equipment has the lack of ability to allow juvenile fish to escape from the net as it is being trawled. The newspaper The Sunday Star Times in New Zealand has estimated the total discard rate as being 280 million fish per year. Discards are the smaller fish which are caught in the trawling nets due to not being able to escape. They are then thrown back in the ocean, most of them being dead, thus depleting the oceans of their future breeding fish stock dramatically. The Sunday Star Times says “Industry sources say research points to around 200 inshore trawlers dumping around 4000 fish every trip for 35 trips a year- 280 million discards”. That’s just in New Zealand! Nature Magazine dated 21 Feb 13 reports “In 2006, a group of researchers from various institutions used a stock status plot to project, among other things, that all...

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The Truth about Inventions, Investors and Free Energy Technology For All

At the Fix the World Organization we’ve had many conversations with both inventors of free energy devices and the investors that wish to promote them. Through our own personal experiences we’ve noticed a pattern of perceptions, behavior and circumstances that are perhaps the key reasons why the people on this planet do not have the energy that they need for a higher quality of life. Many people are not aware of what occurs in these negotiations behind closed doors. It’s time to bring this to light. In REALITY there are three reasons why we don’t have free energy 1)The governments and corporations suppress it, as a result, the general public believes that such devices are not real or cannot possibly exist because we are not yet “advanced enough” to have invented them. 2)Brilliant Inventors of such devices have robbed, threatened, ostracized, or ‘screwed’ by ill-intentioned investors or the governments . Currently, most inventors are in a state of dire financial poverty (by design!) which leaves them powerless to impact any real change. 3)Well intentioned Investors have been robbed or have had other bad experiences with ill-intentioned so called “inventors” and scam artists. As a result of #2 and #3, Inventors don’t trust investors, and investors don’t trust inventors. This is all due to a simple lack of relationship building, trust, and good communication. This is where FTW comes in...

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Fix The World Solutions: Mana O Lana and The Heart of the Matter

Aloha! Featured in our leading FTW Solutions Series is Jeffrey Wium of   Wiumworks Media & The Heart of the Matter, and his new project Mana O Lana. Jeffrey’s first contact with FTW was in response to our global call for solutions to modern world problems. So it is a great honor to start this series off with what can only be described as one of the family. Bringing the Gift of Hope Recently, Jeffrey was asked to join a core group of individuals to birth an international retreat and education facility in Hawaii called Mana O Lana (Bringing the Gift of Hope). This community-based project is being established as a self-sustaining retreat and educational center whose focus includes, world wisdom traditions, re-establishment of feminine consciousness principles, holistic land stewardship, bio-diverse agriculture and herbal medicine practices. Once complete, this multi-phase, 2000-acre project will contain land dedicated to educational and retreat facilities, community housing and diversified agricultural as well as conservation and spiritual sanctuaries. Background Up until the mid-1800s, Hawaiian communities cared for their land through holistic management systems in which all of their food, clothing, shelter, tools and seafaring needs were sustainably cultivated and maintained for the good of the community. As experienced by most indigenous cultures, when westerners overtook the land, they introduced large-scale monocropping techniques that eliminated self-sustainability and disrupted the lifeways of the native peoples. However, the...

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