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Tree of Life

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Briefly:  Mammalian diversity, avian happiness, fish numbers, and deep green plant/tree biodiversity.  These are the four anchor points for the Tree of Life.  If these are present you have a healthy, interconnected, and balanced ecosystem.
Briefly:  Mammalian diversity, avian happiness, fish numbers, and deep green plant/tree biodiversity.  These are the four anchor points for the Tree of Life.  If these are present you have a healthy, interconnected, and balanced ecosystem.
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=== Inputs and Remediation ===
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Inputs into the Earth '''Tree of Life''' are:
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* heavy metals in powdered, trace form,
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* oxygenated, (primarily for mammalian) + nitrogen (for birds) air
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* rainwater (for vegetation).
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Outputs are:
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* carbon dioxide
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* fecal matter
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* urea

Revision as of 21:44, 4 November 2013

We're looking to upturn the old industrial paradigm and create a new, creative economy. The pangaia software forms just less than one half of this effort -- a way to connect the knowledge of the world, transcending distance and people's personal schedules.

Here are the items we'll be transforming (see the The Nodilus Project for history) and putting together to create the new paradigm:

  1. Food Sovereignty
  2. Water Stewardship
  3. Education
  4. Health and Healing
  5. Right Livelihood
  6. Shelter
  7. Transportation

Be sure to see network dynamics to understand how we'll churn the old paradigm into the new one and Eden 2.0 for the standard in which to measure success. If you want a visual for what we can achieve, watch the movie Avatar.

Briefly: Mammalian diversity, avian happiness, fish numbers, and deep green plant/tree biodiversity. These are the four anchor points for the Tree of Life. If these are present you have a healthy, interconnected, and balanced ecosystem.

Inputs and Remediation

Inputs into the Earth Tree of Life are:

  • heavy metals in powdered, trace form,
  • oxygenated, (primarily for mammalian) + nitrogen (for birds) air
  • rainwater (for vegetation).

Outputs are:

  • carbon dioxide
  • fecal matter
  • urea
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