Há tempos que não escrevo nada por aqui, hoje depois de ler este interessante artigo, cryptogon.com » Libya’s Sea of Fresh Water Beneath the Desert, But Wait, There’s More – ,resolvi pelo menos partilhar alguns dos dados que menciona, é que estes tal com há tempos escrevi sobre o Afeganistão, explicam muito bem a razão dos ataques a que a Líbia tem vindo a ser sujeita nas últimas semanas por parte dos mesmos do costume, os globalistas do novo governo mundial (Nações Unidas) através do seu exército (NATO).
Segundo esse artigo, que no fundo se trata apenas de citações de outros três artigos, o que tem vindo a ocorrer quer no Egipto quer mais recentemente na Líbia, as necessárias manifestações para uma mudança realmente democrática nesses países, para além de com grande probabilidade (na Líbia isso é já claro, vinham a ser preparadas desde Janeiro 2011) estarem a ser conduzidas e projectadas por interesses globalistas da Nova (Des)Ordem Mundial, têm um objectivo claro, mais uma vez entregar à máfia das elites do globalismo as riquezas que se encontram no sub-solo desses países ou as regiões e interesses que estes controlam.
French plans to topple Gaddafi on track since last November [Voltaire]
According to right-wing Italian journalist Franco Bechis, plans to spark the Benghazi rebellion were initiated by French intelligence services in November 2010. As Miguel Martinez from the progressive ComeDonChisciotte website observes, these revelations which have the blessing of the Italian secret services should be interpreted as the sign of existing rivalries within the European capitalist camp.
Voltaire Network wishes to point out that Paris promptly paired up with London in its scheme to overthrow Colonel Khadafi (Franco-British expeditionary force). This plan was recalibrated in the context of the Arab revolutions and taken over by Washington, which imposed its own objectives (counter-revolution in the Arab world and landing AfriCom on the Black continent). Therefore, the current coalition arises from a diversity of ambitions, which accounts for its internal contradictions. The timeline of events which set the stage for the military intervention against Libya is presented below.
“The French government led the airstrikes over Libya, was the first European state to recognise the new Libyan National Council and establish diplomatic relations. Since the Italian government was made aware of the documents, it started to take the back seat in the Libya crisis, and Prime Minister Berlusconi said that Italian military planes will not be engaged in airstrikes and that he hopes that it does not end in war.”
Por debaixo do deserto do Sahara e partilhado por quatro países encontra-se uma riqueza bem maior que todo o petróleo do mundo, um vasto aquífero de água potável conhecido como Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System, capaz de prover água aos gastos actuais da Líbia para mais de mil anos.
O ditador Qaddafi resolveu investir $20 billion num projecto de 26 anos que se encontra quase concluído, o Great Man-Made River, por forma a transformar o deserto num oásis e resolver os seus problemas de acesso a água potável.
Claro está que desenvolvimento, ainda por cima num país africano, é algo que cai muito mal aos criminosos da elite globalista e como tal há que destruir.
Ainda se fossem ditadores que fizessem o que os criminosos da alta finança querem (Arábia Saudita, Barhain, Yemen etc), estaria tudo bem, o problema é que Qaddafi pensa pela sua cabeça assim como o ex-ditador egípcio pensava, como tal têm de ser corridos do poder.
Já nem para pagarem as férias servem.
Under the Sahara lie three major aquifers, strata of saturated sandstones and limestones that hold water in their pores like a wet sponge. The easternmost of these, extending over two million square kilometers, underlies all of Egypt west of the Nile, all of eastern Libya, and much of northern Chad and Sudan, and contains 375,000 cubic kilometers of water—the equivalent of 3750 years of Nile River flow. It is called the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System, and lately it has come to the attention of practitioners of a subspecialty of nuclear science known as isotope hydrology.
While many countries in the Middle East and North Africa bicker over water rights, Libya has tapped into an aquifer of ‘fossil water’ to change its topography – turning sand into soil. The 26-year, $20 billion project is nearly finished.
Just as Libya mines the desert for crude; they are doing the same for ‘fossil water’ – ice age water preserved in the porous holes of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer.
The massive aquifer stretches under Libya, Egypt, Chad, and Sudan. It includes four freshwater basins inside Libya that contain approximately 10,000 to 12,000 cubic kilometers (480 cubic miles) of ancient water buried as deep as 600 meters (2,000 feet) below the surface of the desert, reporters were told during the government presentation.
Libya moves the precious resource from the ground to five giant above-ground reservoirs through pre-stressed concrete pipes, weighing 75-86 tons, that run 20 feet underground. Cranes weighing 450 tons operated on specially constructed roads to install the mammoth cylinders.
The Libyan government heavily subsidizes the water for farmers who pay about $0.62 for one cubic meter; slightly less than half the price citizens pay to drink it.
“This is basically a wonder of the world, because it’s exactly like the pyramids – it’s huge and massive and probably not cost effective,” says Mr. Wolf.
The Libyan government says reserves will last the country 4,625 years according to current rates of demand. But independent estimates indicate that the aquifer could be depleted in as soon as 60 to 100 years, says Stephen Lonergan, a professor of geography at the University of Victoria in Canada
Mas não é só na água que se investe, também na energia solar o ditador tem tentado apostar por forma a pensar num futuro sem petróleo, infelizmente parece que escolheu os parceiros errados, os EUA.
Renewable Solar Energy for Europe from Libya’s Desert!
By Sami Zaptia
Equally, what makes this idea of transporting electricity to as far as northern Europe even more economically realistic is the low leakage rates. That is, for each 1000 km that electricity is transported along wires, only about 3% is lost. So as an approximate example, if we said electricity were to be transported from say Libya to the UK, only 10% to 15% of power would be lost. This is apparently considered a very acceptable loss in the industry when compared to other conventional power transmission methods where the loss can exceed 50%.
There is no doubt that if such science were to be realized in a low or no-oil era, this would be of great benefit to both producers and consumers. Europe is a high energy demand region and the MENA region could have a cheap and local source of energy to live off and to use for desalination for the water needed if civilization were to survive in a post oil era in our desert regions. It would be a renewable, environmentally clean, and safe source of energy – an alternative to nuclear fuel.
Moreover, since this report came out, there has been some encouraging progress in Libya on the practical front regarding the issue of solar power. In October this year (as reported by the Tripoli Post in issue 171) the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it was sending a team of experts from its National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado to collaborate on concentrating solar power in Libya. The DOE confirmed that Libya, with its low humidity and numerous sunny days, had the ideal conditions for the possible exploitation of solar power technologies.
This is indeed encouraging news. Libya has an area of almost 1.8 million square kilometres, 90% of which is hot sunny desert. Libya, through its proximity to mainland Europe, already supplies Europe energy by pipeline via the Greenstream pipeline – the longest sub-sea pipeline in the Mediterranean. If this new technology is realized, it would hopefully put Libya in the centre of any future post-oil era energy industry. It is up to Libya to try to exploit its natural advantages and create a niche – a comparative advantage – for itself in this solar energy sector. This way it will use some of its oil-derived income of today to hopefully secure a future for Libyans tomorrow.
Estamos pois mais uma vez a assistir à enorme hipocrisia desta escumalha que vai destruindo o planeta, das Administrações dos EUA à UE os criminosos trabalham todos para a mesma máfia da Banca e do Complexo Militar Industrial.
A Constituição dos países é letra morta e nem sequer os tratados, NATO, cumprem, uma vez que a Líbia não atacou qualquer país dessa organização.
E o zé povinho que só se preocupa com futebol e novelas tudo vai papando, quente ou resfriado mas sempre preparado pelos mesmos media, controlados por interesses que acima menciono.
Timeline of US Wars
March War Madness: Libya bombings echo Yugoslavia 1999
“I’ve authorized* the Armed Forces of the United States to begin a
limited military action in Libya,” Obama said during a visit to Brazil.
“That action has now begun.”
Admiral William Gortney told
reporters in Washington that US ships and one British submarine fired
110-112 [Tomahawk] cruise missiles at air defence targets including in
cities of Tripoli and Misrata.
* (I wonder if the Constitutional
scholar-in-chief thinks that Article I, Section 8, Clause 11 feels
smoother than Article I, Section 9, Clause 2 when he wipes his ass with
For those keeping score, the U.S. is currently waging war at
varying levels in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, and Yemen. Which
might seem discouraging, but on the other hand, just imagine how many
countries we’d be bombing right now if we didn’t have an anti-war
Democrat in the White House.
- Sub-solo do Afeganistão é RIQUÍSSIMO! O que explica muita coisa!
- Afeganistão quando em vez de Rockets tinha Rock ‘n’ Roll
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