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Jody Bower
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  I challenge my beliefs about God and religion and she does not.  It has opened up a huge chasm in our relationship....so be it.  I recognize that she is fiercely protective of her beliefs and so I have had to walk away.  I can't sacrifice my well being and silence my opinions about organized religion and specifically, the Church just to humor her...What was the final clue to me that she couldn't see that i am as attuned to "God" as she is was when she questioned whether I saw the reaction to the George Floyd murder as a spiritual movement!?  

 

I've had the exact same experience with a friend. I no longer accept someone saying they are a Christian and NOT FEELING CALLED TO ACT against racism. WWJD!

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Bobby
7 minutes ago, Jody Bower said:

 

I've had the exact same experience with a friend. I no longer accept someone saying they are a Christian and NOT FEELING CALLED TO ACT against racism. WWJD!

 

 

You could always remind them that Jesus wasn't Christian.  He was Jewish  😄

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Maureen
5 hours ago, Cheryl Varner said:

@DianeHB  What a great thought, thank you Essence, to combine the emotional aspects of money, wealth to the practical aspects.  I think so many people, especially the poor, can not grasp that they deserve to be wealthy, healthy and happy.  To be able to manage and attract money and wealth, rather than thinking that they don't deserve to be healthy and happy would be such a huge leap toward enabling people to help themselves rather than waiting to be helped....

 

@Cheryl Varner, if you are (or anyone else is) interested in reading more on money and spirituality, for the Mature Soul Age, I would recommend this book: The Seven Stages of Money Maturity -- by George Kinder. It's an excellent read. I believe I've mentioned it to DianeHB before. Interestingly, the book's title has the word "Maturity" in it which reminds me of the Mature Soul Age and there are "Seven Stages", as well, reminding me of The Michael Teachings. Here's a blurb of the book from The Kinder Institute of Life Planning.

 

The Seven Stages of Money Maturity is a book that will transform your relationship to money. George Kinder draws on his background as a Harvard-trained, nationally prominent Certified Financial Planner® and a Buddhist teacher to guide the reader toward a full understanding of the spiritual, psychological and practical issues that surround money. Readers will come to see every experience with money as a step toward awakening and a powerful lesson in understanding our relationship with others and with ourselves. Yet the book also reveals market-tested wealth-building skills including practical advice on budgeting and investing and the foundation of financial planning – the identification of goals and choices. While many of us assume that the issues of the spirit and of the marketplace are separate and incompatible, The Seven Stages of Money Maturity shows that it is only by exploring them together that we can attain true peace, freedom, and security in our money lives.

 

Editorial Review

 

Compared to other personal finance books that offer specific financial steps and planning strategies, this book focuses on the search for spiritual meaning in wealth. Kinder, a certified financial planner and former tax accountant, focuses on three composite figures, based on real people, to illustrate the seven psychological stages people go through in their relationship to money: Innocence (not knowing anything), Pain (discovering that we need to work to earn money), Knowledge (of such skills as saving and investing), Understanding (more sophisticated emotional wisdom about greed and inequality), Vigor (energy to reach financial goals), Vision (directing vigor outward, perhaps to a community) and Aloha (altruism without expectation of gain of any kind). Kinder provides useful questionnaires in which he urges readers to reflect on various questions: What are your three earliest memories of money? Why and how did money first enter your relationship with your mother, your father? While readers comfortable with spiritual self-exploration may enjoy Kinders approach, they will still have to turn to more traditional personal finance books for nitty-gritty money advice.

 

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Miizle

@Jody Bower & @petra, I have a bunch of people in my life who are nuclear advocates. Green values, social values, good people. They truly believe nuclear power is safe and one of the most ecologically sound technologies we have. One of them, a high school friend of mine, has a doctorate in nuclear science and is a senior safety researcher, and a loud (well, he's not a very loud personality, but, relatively speaking) advocate of small reactors (apparently there is particular technology to these 'small' reactors that is very different to the current big reactors). He regularly debunks myths of safety issues in his personal pages and in the press. He's also one of the most intelligent people i've ever known, if perhaps not the most intelligent.

One of my brother-in-laws is a chemist in a nuclear facility, and understandably follows what's happening in the field and often talks about stuff. Like him, my ex has become quite convinced nuclear power is the way of the future, because of the very low emissions, the cost-effectiveness due to such small amounts of material needed for large amounts of energy, and the incremental amount of radioactive waste the modern plants make that can be dealt with fairly easily.

Now me, i have always been quite against nuclear power. It's one of the things that i've felt us humans have been dabbling with with confidence that is not based on realism. I know, though, that some of my feelings are reactions to having grown up near countries with old and failing facilities, and the fear imprinting from my mother. I have realised, that i have in recent years lost my fear towards nuclear radiation and nuclear power, which must be the effect of shedding imprinting, and this makes me pleased. I absolutely hundred percent want to base my opinions and advocacy on the best factual information available, and that can be combined with intuition, because intuition as we know can be a very good source of information when not distorted. I refuse to have my opinions based on fears anymore, it is not only very tiring, but also not serving the purpose.

So perhaps those people i know, specialists in their fields, really know what they are talking about. Perhaps the waste management is easy enough and doesn't pose risks (when not just dumping it in the arctic ocean or in bottles in the open air....). Certainly it is a lot greener than combustion-based energy, and when scrutinised, unfortunately also many forms of renewable energy at the moment as the technology in solar panels for example is not green to produce and has a short life cycle and a lot of toxic waste that can't be recycled.

And they also say the modern facilities are extremely earthquake proof. So what do i take from this?


We have close to fail-safe nuclear bombs around the world, producing pretty green energy.

If the only other option was coal, gas and crude oil, i would say: Yes. Let's develop these 'small reactors' that are efficient and very safe and stop the carbon abuse once and for all.

But because that is not the case, and because Michael, a great source of information, also seems to think there are inherent risks involved in this type of energy, i say let's just put all of the eggs (yes all of them) in one basket for a crazy change and concentrate on the fuckin things Tesla invented more than a hundred years ago but we have refused to utilise! FFS! So frustrating. It's not rocket science (Funnily enough, this expression in Finnish translates as "it's not nuclear physics" :P)

 


Here's some Soviet era nuclear waste, still sitting in the Russian arctic as we speak. Yasss. Intelligence and care almost shining through.

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petra

@Miizle I am all with you on Tesla and such, thank you for your time and effort. I found this about Fear from Michael:

 

Fear IS NOT AN ENEMY, nor is it an element to remove from your life.  You will find that Fear is simply a tool that you will eventually learn to use appropriately, while learning to expand your options in the midst of experiencing Fear.  In other words, rather than fighting Fear, your first steps would be in finding out that Fear has always been the “best friend” you have ever had.  A troublesome and often misinformed friend, but a friend, nonetheless. YOur peace and happiness will not be found in rejection of Fear, but in the acceptance of it.

 

So perhaps those people i know, specialists in their fields, really know what they are talking about. I say, we can only wish that to be true!

 

I want to stay alert when it comes to nuclear power and its waste management, we were informed decades ago how clean and safe it is, only to find nuclear waste dumped unsafe all over the Planet, Chernobyl, Harrisburg, Japan....... and now it is said again, can be dealt with fairly easily.

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Leela Corman

I need to go back and read everyone's comments, because they're all really interesting, but I just want to say that I can really validate the extreme exhaustion Michael mentioned. I've been so, so tired, especially during the period they mentioned as nexus dates, but still now. I find myself falling asleep nearly every afternoon, for hours, no matter how much coffee I have or how much sleep I got the night before. I'm sure some of it is due to being in limbo - we're packing to move, so I can't work, and no one can go anywhere because of covid and because it's a million degrees outside. But it's not normal for me. I can tell my body is processing things, so I'm just letting myself enjoy it. In fact, the only way I'm managing pandemic times is by rolling with what my body wants, which right now is sleep, cherries, pilates, and Thurston Moore albums. Anyway yes, goddamn the exhaustion lately has been intense.

 

I LOVE what they said about our bodies loving us. I don't know why that never occurred to me before. Now I want to think about it all the time. 

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AnnaD

@petra and @Miizle, I cannot stand nuclear power. I agree with you 1000%. NZ has a long history of condemning and 

rejecting nuclear power and stood up to the arrogance and entitlement of the French testing in the Pacific and the Americans

in our economic zone. Long may we remain nuclear free and may the world begin to realise that nuclear power is not a solution. 

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Connie Stansell-Foy
19 hours ago, Miizle said:

For the energy report, i'm really hoping the Beliefs being scrutinised and facts being verified will start dissolving the goddamn conspiracy theories. I can almost literally see them eating some people from the inside out and replacing their brains with these tiny little fear flies buzzing inside their skull making a total mess of any logical thinking process.

 

Me too. I have two brothers, a cousin, and a nephew in this camp. I love them all dearly, but right now I can barely talk to them because of this. I want my family back!

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Connie Stansell-Foy
5 hours ago, Bobby said:

You could always remind them that Jesus wasn't Christian.  He was Jewish 

 

I do that from time to time. It usually doesn't go over well. Some actually insist that Jesus worshped himself! But I think I may have given some pause to take thought.

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Miizle

@petra etc.
Don't get me wrong, if there is a chance of a radioactive leak anywhere 3000 km from me, i will listen to my fear loud and clear 😀 (Then check the known facts and see what i believe.)

Believing fear without, or even despite of, evidence is the type of fear i was talking about. And attaching emotions to fear and acting upon those emotions. I think it's important to try to observe our fears objectively and that's when fear is a friend indeed. I think suppressing fear is something else.

When i was a kid, my older brother had an excursion with school to a nuclear facility. I was horrified, and said i would never in a million years step inside such place. That's how scared i was of nuclear power and radiation, despite the fact i of course knew in my logical brain that that place was extremely safe and posed no risk whatsoever for visitors. I just viewed it as this evil that would somehow be there and seep into me despite any logic. That was irrational, and completely fear-based. I'm glad i don't feel that way anymore. I don't want to base my opinions on irrational emotions detached from factual reality, and i think there is a lot of stigma and emotions around nuclear power that are not completely warranted.

 

For example the technology and facilities of the Chernobyl reactor 4  (completely outdated, and if i remember correctly, known to have faults that were not fixed because, expensive and who cares right?), the Fukushima reactors (1960's technology, several serious misconducts in building, safety testing, reporting, management...)  can not be used as basis for condemning or shunning all types of nuclear power plants everywhere in the world including seismically inactive areas, because it's like saying we should never use ships again because look at what happened to Titanic. Similarly the research and reporting of safeness in 1980's Ukrainian SSR and say today's Finland simply can not be compared by any meaningful measure.

 

Non-corrupt government and topnotch research, safety measures and training with the newest technology and transparent monitoring, safe and stable locations etc.... these facilities are not going to just explode or leak because they handle nuclear reactions and nuclear reactions can be dangerous. It's not like there is a chance of a 'nuclear explosion' in a power plant, either, because the uranium used should be something like 30 times more concentrated. The latest ones can handle a jet plane hit, and have quadruple safety systems that all can independently deal with every factor that needs to be looked after in case of a threat.


This doesn't make nuclear reactors 100% safe, and this doesn't mean a freak accident can't happen. But we also can not say all nuclear reactors are unsafe and an accident will happen in any kind of high likelihood. I don't want nuclear power not because of Chernobyl or Fukushima, but because of the inherent nature of explosive energies, and the fact we are dealing with very dangerous side-product i.e. radioactive radiation that is very difficult to contain once released, would that happen in any way, any time now or in the future far ahead. And yes, also because i don't quite understand it and it's pretty weird. So i do have a little bit of emotional fear left, but i can also see these technologies are kind of cool in principle and as inventions.

 

It seems Michael is saying no 'explosive' energy production is the way of the future. Why, i guess they're not the safest possible way and they're not a harmonious way. I don't know how much of their attitude towards nuclear power is related to the actual nuclear technology and how much is about explosive ways in general? But that combined with the risk of radio-active pollution is enough for the need to turn away i guess. Even in the future, if a party has the money and the means, i guess they could blow up any modern nuclear power plant with weaponry if they wanted to, and in the very worst case scenario with a series of those send most of the living planet straight to hell...

So I would say the danger is graver than the benefits, because the disasters can be so devastating, not because the disasters are so likely. 


(Maybe good to keep in mind also that nuclear technology has many other uses apart from producing power or weapons, and the radioisotopes needed come from reactors. Lots of important medical and agricultural uses, carbon dating etc. It's not all black n white as per usual, and as per usual, I'd love to hear more from Michael 😛 Do i say this about everything? Pretty much...

 

And i don't know why i've spent so long writing about nuclear technology. For some reason i have thought about it since i was a kid. It might be some step for me for one reason or another. Many years ago, before i knew of TLE and all of Troy's material in a spiritually non-active period, i wrote this story that was based in a futuristic society in the past and it included the accidental destruction of the world with benign technology, and also saving the (future) humankind (who were genetically modified apes at that point in time) by shipping them away. The most developed character was this grumpy supporting character, whose storyline and person was years later eerily accurately described by a channel in a completely non-related mention about a past life of mine in Atlantis. This was described as a scientist turned emotionally distraught animal rights activist. I've thought about this many times, but with a grand heap of salt, because many other things from this channel have proven more fantastical than factual. But the character and his story was so similar, that i've been thinking about it with more interest again after reading what Connor has posted about fictional characters originating in actual personalities.)

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Cheryl Varner

@Maureen  Thank you so much Maureen for the book recommendation.  I will definitely look for it to buy and read.  My daughter 6 mature artisan is working with LOA re:manifesting her financial goals. This will help me and us augment our skills!!

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Miizle
8 hours ago, AnnaD said:

@petra and @Miizle, I cannot stand nuclear power. I agree with you 1000%. NZ has a long history of condemning and 

rejecting nuclear power and stood up to the arrogance and entitlement of the French testing in the Pacific and the Americans

in our economic zone. Long may we remain nuclear free and may the world begin to realise that nuclear power is not a solution. 

Well i wrote a long-ass response to the discussion above, which demonstrates my multi-faceted thoughts and feelings about this... But indeed New Zealand would be a fairly silly place for nuclear reactors, on the fault line.... like.... JAPAN.....

 

The nuclear weapon testing in the Pacific is disgusting, so very sad and makes me angry. It's a wrong a long way from being righted in any way. Man, i have thought about nuclear bombs a lot in my life... i don't know why.... It's just the saddest thing there is.
(But i'm not sure the correlation to nuclear energy is too strong, i think they are fairly different things in essence, even if the basis of the technology is similar.)

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Miizle
6 hours ago, Connie Stansell-Foy said:

 

Some actually insist that Jesus worshped himself!

 

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

Oh this made my day LOL goddamn

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Sam K
15 hours ago, Bobby said:

 

 

You could always remind them that Jesus wasn't Christian.  He was Jewish  😄

 

Well, if "Christian" is defined as "a follower of the teachings of Jesus," then Jesus logically could not be a Christian, as his first follower would be the first Christian.

 

But of course, fundamentalists aren't thinking that hard.

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Leela Corman

Have any of you watched the Chernobyl miniseries that aired on HBO last year? It's amazing. The accompanying podcast was also great. I was 13 when that happened, and I vividly remember how weird it was, the gradual drip of information out. But watching the miniseries, which I think did its best to faithfully recreate the situation, it is absolutely astonishing to see all the levels of lies, gaslighting, fuckups, shortcuts, corruption, mis- and disinformation, acceptance of mediocrity, and more, that were present. As well as the sacrifices people made. I re-watched it when the pandemic began. It's not that different right now.

 

The wonderful Kasia Urbaniak teaches a great class called Power With Money that blew my mind when I took it.

 

@Maureen I'm sad to say that I only have the Leonard Nimoy version of "If I Had A Hammer" in my head, because my brain is broken.

 

 

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Bobby
57 minutes ago, Leela Corman said:

Have any of you watched the Chernobyl miniseries that aired on HBO last year? It's amazing. The accompanying podcast was also great. I was 13 when that happened, and I vividly remember how weird it was, the gradual drip of information out. But watching the miniseries, which I think did its best to faithfully recreate the situation, it is absolutely astonishing to see all the levels of lies, gaslighting, fuckups, shortcuts, corruption, mis- and disinformation, acceptance of mediocrity, and more, that were present. As well as the sacrifices people made. I re-watched it when the pandemic began. It's not that different right now.

 

I watched it.  It was nightmarish at how close we came to something even more terrible to deal with.  And even though it's been mostly forgotten about, the problem is still there, just like with Fukushima just waiting to rear its ugly head again.

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Maureen
9 minutes ago, Leela Corman said:

Have any of you watched the Chernobyl miniseries that aired on HBO last year? It's amazing. The accompanying podcast was also great. I was 13 when that happened, and I vividly remember how weird it was, the gradual drip of information out. But watching the miniseries, which I think did its best to faithfully recreate the situation, it is absolutely astonishing to see all the levels of lies, gaslighting, fuckups, shortcuts, corruption, mis- and disinformation, acceptance of mediocrity, and more, that were present. As well as the sacrifices people made. I re-watched it when the pandemic began. It's not that different right now.

 

@Leela Corman,  yes, interesting about the Chernobyl. I don't have access to HBO but would love to watch it. I also remember vividly how it played out over time. I've seen some 60 minutes segments on it and it's quite a surreal environment much like Fukushima is now. I have a Traveling Companion (same RAW#, Warrior-cast Server, C1E7)) who is working in Chernobyl so I feel connected, somehow. Here's the excerpt from Michael

 

Maureen:  Would you please elaborate on all my Travelling Companions. As I am already familiar with my Essence Twin - the Warrior-cast Warrior in Entity 1- please tell me about the others in Entities: 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. Is there a shared theme or any agreements to meet or work together?

 

MEntity:  Traveling Companions are bonded by a mathematical resonance, but do not lend themselves to many themes or projects together. The tendency is mostly toward Support, Surrogacy, and some guidance.

 

MEntity:  As for these Traveling Companions, we think these would be: an Artisan (C1E2), a Sage (C1E3), a Priest (C1E4), an Artisan (C1E6), and a Server (C1E7), respectively, with the Artisan and Sage incarnated, the Priest cycled off, the Artisan between lives, and the Server incarnated.

 

MEntity:  We see Agreements to cross paths with the Artisan and Sage, if you have not already, but the Server seems submerged in a position of devotion to helping those still recovering from nuclear effects around Chernobyl.  ...

 

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Jody Bower

I'll just add this to the nuclear discussion, about how nuclear waste COULD be handled safely . . . unlike how it has been. The idea of entombing it in glass was new to me. I do hope it's clear that I'm not saying we should go that way, just that I wonder if the hammer analogy might eventually apply. I saw a recent news item that Denmark has so much surplus energy from green sources they're sending it to the UK now, so it CAN be done! And yes, Tesla's been too overlooked too long. 

 https://www.rienstraclinic.com/newsletter/2017/Feb

As for Jesus being a Christian: I attended a Unity Church for a while, and the minister told me that she had been informed, in all seriousness, by a nice Christian lady that the King James Bible was the one that Jesus used.

Carl Jung made a point of saying he was glad he didn't have to be a Jungian!

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Miizle

Thank you @Jody Bower, that was a very interesting link, and the glass emtombing, or rather infusion i guess, sounds rather ingenious and extremely safe, stress on 'extreme'. (For reference for others, radioactive waste can be enclosed in glass the same way a dye would, and it just doesn't come out). Also i didn't realise so much of nuclear waste can be recycled for further energy production, done in most parts of the world....

and then we have the US of A:


"In most of the world, high-level waste is reprocessed and re-used as fuel. Such systems transform high-level waste into electric power.

In 1977, President Jimmy Carter, concerned that this process could contribute to nuclear proliferation, set the United States on its current path of using uranium fuel just once, extracting just about 5% of its total energy, and burying the long-lived high-level waste to keep it away from rogue nations. He hoped that other countries would follow our example. All U.S. nuclear power plants use this method, which is why we have a great amount of nuclear waste."

And we'll just put a bunch of it..... here! Yay, lets build some spikes to scare people off from this dangerous shit, sounds like a plan!
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WTF people.
 

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Miizle

@Leela Corman Thank you, i will check out the Chernobyl series at some point for sure, if i can find access.

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Jody Bower

Sigh. Shades of how we're dealing with COVID-19 in the US.

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AnnaD

@Miizle, sorry I didn't mean to confuse your stance on nuclear power with @petra's. I am anti nuclear power AND nuclear weapons, 

just to be clear. There is no reason for nuclear power other than reasons of "this is all we knew at the time". Clean energy such as hydropower such as NZ uses, means no ionising radiation or waste product. I am reading so much at the moment and Miizle you had an informed and lengthy reply and I admit that I didn't read all of it as reading is at saturation level for me at the moment as I am studying, so that is why I didn't make myself super clear...

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Juni
18 hours ago, Leela Corman said:

I need to go back and read everyone's comments, because they're all really interesting, but I just want to say that I can really validate the extreme exhaustion Michael mentioned. I've been so, so tired, especially during the period they mentioned as nexus dates, but still now. I find myself falling asleep nearly every afternoon, for hours, no matter how much coffee I have or how much sleep I got the night before. I'm sure some of it is due to being in limbo - we're packing to move, so I can't work, and no one can go anywhere because of covid and because it's a million degrees outside. But it's not normal for me. I can tell my body is processing things, so I'm just letting myself enjoy it. In fact, the only way I'm managing pandemic times is by rolling with what my body wants, which right now is sleep, cherries, pilates, and Thurston Moore albums. Anyway yes, goddamn the exhaustion lately has been intense.

 

I LOVE what they said about our bodies loving us. I don't know why that never occurred to me before. Now I want to think about it all the time. 

 Same, but I've been this way for months. It had gotten better for a bit, though, and now I'm back to passing out in the afternoons again. 

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Miizle
2 minutes ago, AnnaD said:

@Miizle, sorry I didn't mean to confuse your stance on nuclear power with @petra's. I am anti nuclear power AND nuclear weapons, 

just to be clear. There is no reason for nuclear power other than reasons of "this is all we knew at the time". Clean energy such as hydropower such as NZ uses, means no ionising radiation or waste product. I am reading so much at the moment and Miizle you had an informed and lengthy reply and I admit that I didn't read all of it as reading is at saturation level for me at the moment as I am studying, so that is why I didn't make myself super clear...


 I don't think you confused our stances, i am not pro nuclear power either (and obviously not pro nuclear weapons...). I'm just interested in the technology to a degree and want to understand what i'm basing my opinion on.  It's only now that i'm confused as i'm not sure what confusion you are talking about, lol.
 

The hydro stuff is as far as i know, pretty cool and most, probably all of my electricity comes from it. I do need to take a closer look at it at some point, though. You know we have a dam in Hawea (and the processing plants apparently are pretty far down the Clutha river in Alex and some other places even further down), and the hippies here that are against everything occasionally also make damning comments about it. The water levels in the lake going down as they let more water through usually results in a small outcry in the local Facebook page. I don't know why. I don't know if there are actual environmental issues, of if they just don't like the idea that a company "owns" the lake. If this is the case, i'm not sure what they'd suggest in replacement, because they're obviously using electricity to type those comments...

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Jody Bower
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 I'm just interested in the technology to a degree and want to understand what i'm basing my opinion on

 

*high-fives @Miizle

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