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I would like to share an idea that I came [...]


Peterborough, Ontario
via Ubuntu Planet
I would like to share an idea that I came across while working on this site that is subtle, but potentially important (http://www.earth3300.tech). It is related to this interview by David Wilcock with Corey Goode in which they discuss the Law of One with commentary (I am guessing), by Raw-Tear-Eir. It is that freedom from the negative agenda comes when the "social memory complex" on our planet is united and functioning with a "service to others" paradigm (https://spherebeingalliance.com/…). Working together is facilitated when we are geographically close. This idea of location as important is actually diffused by the internet, as it masks the distance between us as much as it helps us. What I ended up doing, and the point of this post, is that, beyond survival in the short and medium term, all other activities such as energy generation, building, maintaining, repairing, then need to come under the "community" heading.

That is, one reason people may be having trouble gaining closure on these so called "free energy" devices, is that they are not in a community that supports those sorts of activities. To get a picture of what I envision that community to be, you are welcome to have a look at some of the drawings I have made in the past week. Comments of any sort welcome: http://earth3300.tech/communit….
Deleted User
The pictures don't load so I can't see.
Friday 27 January 2017, 01:17:18
cbos
Thanks for letting me know. I have tested on IE9, Firefox, iPhone 5 as well as Chrome, and the images are all showing. However, it is possible the images were blocked due to bandwidth issues, so I reduced their size. Could you please check again, pressing Ctrl-F5 to ensure you have the latest version? If not, please let me know which browser you are using. Thank you.
Friday 27 January 2017, 20:20:59
Deleted User
Its working perfectly now. I'm busy reading about Elon Musks Neural Lace etc and then I'm going to check it out Thank you
Friday 27 January 2017, 20:23:25
Deleted User
I like the idea of living in a round space its very practical. I always fancied living in a hut. Very interesting Thanks for sharing with us.
Friday 27 January 2017, 20:33:18
cbos
Just some follow up work:

Drawing an arbitrary circle around a city of 100,000 with a radius of 10 miles should provide enough land to grow food for that city.

An acre of arable land in Southern and South Western Ontario averaged 158.5 bushels of corn between 2012-2016 (http://omafra.gov.on.ca/englis…). A bushel of corn weighs 56 pounds (http://rayglen.com/crop_bushel…). This works out to 158.5 x 56 = 8,876 pounds. An average person eats about a tonne of food per year or 2,000 pounds. Therefore an acre of arable land can produce about 4.4 times as much by weight as the average person needs to eat in a year.

The area in a circle with a radius of 10 miles that excludes the area taken up by the city works out to 294 sq. miles or 188,160 acres. This is almost 2 acres per person. Therefore there should be enough land within a 10 mile radius to support a city of 100,000.

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My apologies if this appears overly technical, but I believe it is crucial to understand what it takes to use our resources effectively. If we can reduce the distance to market by that amount, then there are quite a number of benefits that result from that. I am actively working on this project at this time. If you feel you would like to help with some aspect of this, please let me know.
Wednesday 1 February 2017, 00:42:42
Deleted User
Makes perfect sense
Wednesday 1 February 2017, 05:14:14
cbos
Ah, good to know! Thank you.
Wednesday 1 February 2017, 22:59:56
cbos
This image in the link below shows calculated resource usage based on population. The model calls for target food production (and potentially other types of production) to occur within about ten miles of the city. This is colored in a light green. Beyond that (up to about the twenty five mile radius) there would be additional existing production. This is colored in light orange. The city is colored in light grey. This begins to work out a sustainable model on a map of the area. http://earth3300.tech/maps/.
Saturday 4 February 2017, 16:45:36
Deleted User
Looks like very green arable land.
Saturday 4 February 2017, 19:42:41
cbos
It is excellent, but just north is the Boreal Shield. Very rocky. I would like to build there and leave the farmland for farming.
Sunday 5 February 2017, 00:47:33
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