Dead Zonage

Mankind’s development of more integrated means of communication runs parallel with another system already in place. Any worthwhile inventions are inspired by observing nature. The World Wide Web is one of those impressive inventions.

Nature is the most sophisticated model of the transmission of energy and intelligence ever created, it’s called the ecosphere.

Without even realizing it we are constantly using natural principles we don’t even fully understand yet. Computers and their microprocessors are so small now they virtually work on a quantum level. There is a point where organized matter becomes organized energy . . . pure intelligence.

The fact is natural principles “reveal themselves” even at the smallest degree. We apply them all the time, but we need to learn to better understand them as well. Few scientists can explain exactly what electricity and magnetism are. But there is no denying we have tapped into the ability to use them.

There are many natural principles mankind uses and benefits from yet we don’t truly know what they are. Take for example chemicals in general, we love to use them but we show little to no responsibility for the mess we make with them. I feel this is because mankind has an incomplete understanding of what role chemicals play in nature and an incorrect understanding of what his own role is.

It reminds me of children who have no inclination to pick up they’re mess when they are tired of playing. Well, Mama Nature has been picking up after us for quite some time now and it’s really wearing her down . . . just look around us.

We know that the world is a dynamic web of interrelated sub-parts.

But we fail to understand the function of they’re interconnectedness.

Whole systems we once believed were isolated have now revealed themselves as integrated sub-parts of even bigger whole systems. At what point do we accredit the whole for all it is? When will we find our true function in relation to this unified whole?

Some scientists suggest a dynamic holographic model is the most accurate description of the world we live in. Each part reflects the whole, as a shard of mirror still reflects the entire image of the sun; so do all life systems reflect entire natural principles.

From the Macro-cosmic to the Micro-cosmic, all these natural principles apply equally. Natural laws are universal, whether a sub-atomic or super-galactic, there seems to be no end in sight. The further we look the further we see in every direction. We simply need to communicate better what were really seeing to better understand how we can help.

Yet in spite of the amazing self-generating life-giving world that we live in, we still seem to care very little for the affects we impose upon it, or for what lessons it bears to offer.

Mankind is not the only creatures suspended between the dynamic polarities of unimaginable space. An infinitely diverse model of living organisms accompanies us, from the simplest single celled creatures to the incomprehensibly complex. Whether in the inorganic kingdom, plant kingdom or higher animal kingdom these vast interrelated networks of life depend on mankind to understand them and care.

Through this process of understanding we come to realize the vital link that each life system offers the whole. With little regard for ourselves and even less regard for future generations we have brought thousands of ecosystems and millions of sentient beings to extinction.

Currently we have reversed the flow of almost every great river on the planet. Damming, dredging and heating these precious ecosystems into some homogenous fluid void of all life.

Google Earth any great delta, zoom in and look at the state of our rivers’ tributaries and estuaries. The entire ocean is a living organism. This living breathing ocean system has an anomalic temperature, just as we do.

Our optimum body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit; the optimum temperature of water is 37.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Whether it is above or below this ideal measurement determines the health of the whole. I can go into why this temperature is vital in another report. But it has to do with oxygen, density and direction of spin.

All temperatures naturally “seek optimum levels.” If this natural balance is disrupted the communication between interrelated systems is disrupted too, making a return to homeostasis necessary to survive.

If your body temperature keeps moving away from 98.6 degrees, it doesn’t matter which direction, it is going to cost you your life.

Remember when mankind noticed the first “ozone whole” in the ionosphere? Now we hear nothing more about it, perhaps because it looks like Swiss cheese today. It was these wholes that initiated the first Dead Zones. I’m not talking about a place where you can’t receive a signal on your cell phone or PC . . . I’m talking about a zone that is literally dead, nothing but pollution feeding algae survives.

Every decade the number of Dead Zones doubles. This doubling was first noticed in the 1960s. We’re now approaching the 5th decade that this has been allowed to happen and these Dead Zones are getting very large and every day there are more of them.

If the military has a measure of activation and readiness for the Armed Forces count down (DEFCON 5-1), perhaps there should be one for the environment as well. What would we call it, DEF-EN 5 through 1? Short for “Defend-Environment,” DEF-EN 1 would represent expectation of total systemic breakdown, which I pray never ever happens. So at this point in time I would declare DEF-EN level 3 or 2.

Forget about military threat for a moment. That is nothing compared to what we are all going to suffer if we kill the oceans. Forget about oil . . . you’re going to want a clean glass of water and a slice of bread and it could cost you a wheel barrel of gold to buy it.

The water tables are already dropping as the temperature of the earth’s surface increases. Once the trees and grasses cooled the earth’s temperature keeping the artesian streams and brooks flowing, feeding the mountains, glaciers and lakes. As they disappear so does the water and topsoils.

In 2007 there were about 95,000 square miles of Dead Zone; currently the biggest Dead Zone is the Baltic sea. The next largest and fastest growing Dead Zone is at the mouth of the Mississippi river, and it’s about 8,000 square miles and spreading like a cancer.

These Dead Zones are so big and there are so many of them (over 400 now) you can witness them from space.

The main symptom of these Dead Zones is a warmer temperature than what is ideal for marine life. At this increasing temperature oxygen breaks down and toxins feed life choking algae.

Most of the toxins are flowing off the farms into the waterways and eventually into the oceans. This run-off is basically sewage and fossil fuel by-products like artificial fertilizer. UV rays and polluted water create Dead Zones like the plague.

If we do not acknowledge the gifts of our living planet, communication between ecosystems will continue to be severed at an accelerating pace. If this is allowed there will be devastation so wide spread that we’ll have to re-write all the latest apocalyptic prophecies, because it will be worse than anyone has ever imagined.

But then it will be too late, so you tell me . . . what can we do?

Perhaps these natural laws can be used to reverse the Dead Zones:

  • Above everything there remains but one that possesses the power of life and death over all creatures.

  • It is Mama Nature alone, which extends her laws over everything.

  • There exist Natural laws that are irrefutable and eternally valid.

  • Mankind is able to identify them in nature if he makes the effort.

  • They show mankind the way of life and the path to spiritual greatness, which embodies the goal of life.

Back in the 1940s, 50s and 60s we blasted giant holes in our ionosphere with nuclear weapons tests. We initiated a domino effect we couldn’t even detect at that time. Atmospheric atomic testing released elementary radiations that ripped the sky wide open.

UV rays then killed off micro-organisms in the upper atmosphere and plankton in the oceans and seas. Because of the symbiotic interrelatedness of these organisms this has led to genetic mutations that have harmed the world’s food chain. This didn’t just happen over night.

The damming of waterways and the industrial extraction of oil and natural gas are triggering an increase in earthquakes and volcanic activity heating up the oceans.

Meanwhile Dead Zones keep growing and spreading as we sleep.

As with any healing process we need to nurture the environment both internally and externally. If there is a natural principle that will edify this healing process I would call it the law of communication.

Our cells within our body depend on it, the world’s vast ecosystems depend on it and the green revolution depends on it. If we all search for a natural answer we will find it, the natural laws are here to guide us.

Mankind misused the power of nature to get to this point, if we do not learn to use natural laws properly; the world will cease to support us. Being good stewards is the only answer, biologically, terrestrially and socially.

I’m Only Here To Help

Tod Faassé

P.S. “As We Heal The Earth We Heal Ourselves”


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