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Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Ekta Singh (IP Logged)
Date: February 04, 2008 02:40PM

Veer Harinder Singh jee I dont quiet undertsand what ur saying can u explain in more detail?

Are u saying that all cruide oil will run out within 5 years?

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: February 05, 2008 04:50AM

Pyare veer jeeooo,
just start to read the website(i mentioned in my last post). Its AMAZING.It will answer EVERYTHING.
its about PEAK OIL.its not about when oil will finish. Problems will start when the peak will happen(which might have happened or might be just about to happen).After the peak prices will increase and the destruction of civilization will start. Thats what so beautifully explained in the website. The impact of peak oil on our lives.
PLEASE PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE [www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net]

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: March 10, 2008 01:52AM


 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: March 10, 2008 01:57AM


 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sidhu.hcl (IP Logged)
Date: March 10, 2008 02:50PM

I would appriciate if we stop utilising our precious time in commenting to wothless items

electricity cant end

everybody knows even if petrol ends their are manythings like Hydrogen, nitrogen. Fission- fusion happens in universe everywhre.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sikh (IP Logged)
Date: March 10, 2008 04:27PM

Waheguru jika khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh
chintitt he dissay sbh koay
chatay ek thi sukh hoay
mr singh u stuck on a road near bangga and u follow to that driver!
who has more willpower?
on that time 'no fuel and electricity'who command(agwahi)? singh wait(namm jap)and
someone will help or singh alway ready to help others!
other singh waiting for 5 bramhgaini?
Bramhgaini Only One, Only One(sbh sirst ka karta,sadd jivay nhi marta)
in past,present,in future

THIRR NARAYIN THIRR GURU THIRR SACHA BICHAR

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: March 11, 2008 08:30AM

<<electricity cant end >>

thandd rakho sidhu saab, u talk about electricity, in the future, crores and crores of people have to struggle to get water. why dont u read: www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net
dont be so sure about things in ur mind

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sidhu.hcl (IP Logged)
Date: March 21, 2008 01:34PM

I think this kinna thing can happen only in HOLLYWOOD style films. Water and Fuel are OMNIPRESENT. It will never happen.

Earth is having 70% of its constituent water and Fuel is inside the earth in huge Quantas tht mkes the earth Burn (Inside) also many fuels like H2,N2,Uranium, Plutonium, radium, etc exists.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: March 23, 2008 07:49AM

oye sidhu hcl, tun hollywood filmaan ghat vekh.
FUEL IS NON-RENEWABLE.Regarding water, though water is renewable but there is a thing called WATER CYCLE. Humans have COMPLETELY DISTURBED the water cycle and as a result there is fresh water shortage.

<<Earth is having 70% of its constituent water >>
baiiii, sumandar da paani peen layekk nahin hai, ih tan 5ve-7veen da javaak vi jaanda hovega. Only fresh water resources like rivers, lakes, underground water can be used for drinking. Water privatization has already started and this trend is only going to increase in the very near future, just do some honest google search and u will get lots of material about it.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sidhu.hcl (IP Logged)
Date: March 24, 2008 08:51AM

Mere veer Harinder Singh Ji.. who told u "every" Fuel is Non-renewable?? even fission and Fusion fuels can be used again n again. I think u must nt have ever read abt fuels beyond ur 10th.

some scientist say fuel will end others say it will nt . only mode of dependence will be changed.

Second was water problem... Water cycle is effected by pollusion everybody know this.... but the water cycle is affected other way round ... u see recent snow fall in UAE tht never happened before. flash floods in USA , UK , china.

Frnd whole earth is submerging not in a state of dry drought. also it will take 10,000 years to submerge.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: March 24, 2008 10:33AM

<< I think u must nt have ever read abt fuels beyond ur 10th. >>>

hahaha, thats funny, aho bhai assin garreeb backward ghatt paddee desi bande aaan , tussin modern padde likhe insaan laggde hon, hahahahaha.
Anyways, byy fuel I meant fossil fuel, now comes nuclear fuel, first of all extraction of nuclear fuels is highly dependent on fossil fuels, secondly uranium is also in short supply.
kindly read: [www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net]
search for the heading "what about nuclear energy"

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sidhu.hcl (IP Logged)
Date: March 24, 2008 10:56PM

veer Harinder Singh ji URANIUM is also a non renewable source ... it is found in traces only and yes fossil fuels are mostly used in its excavation.

But frnd im talking abt Hydrogen, nitrogen, biogas, solar, chemical, methane, butane etc. Just go thru the NATURE magizine thre u will see the future fuel. trillion and trillion of tonnes of GAS have been discovered in Bibiyana flds in Bdesh, assam in India .. simlarly in other countries also with new developed technologies. a big asset is also discovrd undersea in vally of bengal.

Frnd their is no need to worry abt fuel after petroleum, Gas is thre, MOREover U SEE the power of a battry has exceeded now they are driving buses, trucks etc
Chemical energy can aslo be seen as future option.

better is tht we shld all concentrate on NAAM rather thn talking abt the thing wht can never happen.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: April 03, 2008 04:31AM

source: [www.ft.com]


Struggle to keep food supplies at home
By Alan Beattie in London

Published: April 1 2008 19:13 | Last updated: April 1 2008 19:13

The rush across the developing world to stop food leaving the region is a perfect example of the old adage: be careful what you wish for.

For years, governments of poor countries, and their champions in the rich world’s development campaigns such as Oxfam, have been complaining bitterly that farm-gate prices have been driven down by overproduction and dumping by US and European farmers. Now, food prices are rising. But the governments involved, rather than celebrating, are scrambling to stop their farmers benefiting too much at the expense of their urban consumers.

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Rush to restrict trade in basic foods - Apr-01Riyadh and Cairo to cut import duties - Apr-01Manila weighs lower duties on rice imports - Mar-31Argentina unveils plan to end farm strike - Apr-01Asia scrambles for rice stocks - Mar-29Unrest grows in Egypt as food prices soar - Mar-26In country after country, angry city-dwellers have poured on to the streets complaining about the unaffordability of food. Mexico City has witnessed “tortilla riots” because of the high price of maize, and thousands of Indonesians have protested over shortages of soy beans.

The problems are particularly salient with basic grains such as rice and wheat that provide the staple food for many developing countries but in which there is a big international market where farmers can seek out the highest price.

Dry Middle Eastern countries such as Egypt, which imports about half its staple foods of wheat and maize, and sub-Saharan African countries with low crop yield and unreliable harvests have long been concerned about relying on imported food. They have frequently intervened heavily to ensure a reliable domestic food supply, subsidising farmers and imposing import tariffs to prevent them being undercut when global prices are low.

Saudi Arabia, which on Tuesday cut wheat tariffs to zero, used to subsidise its inefficient farmers so heavily that it was once one of the world’s 10 biggest wheat exporters.

But now highly efficient net exporters of food such as Argentina and Vietnam are also restricting exports.

Governments are keen not to let the cost of living rise out of control. Antoine Bouët, senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute in Washington, says governments’ reactions risk making the situation worse.

“This policy response simply amplifies the shocks,” he says. “Each time a big producer like Vietnam in rice restricts exports, it has a knock-on effect on the world market.”

The battle over food trade is much more a fight of interest groups within each country than between one nation and another. The policies recall those followed for several decades by many developing country governments, which controlled food costs to protect themselves from urban unrest.

Such policies were largely unwound during the 1980s and 1990s, particularly at the behest of the IMF and World Bank, which pointed out that government-imposed ceilings on food prices were driving farmers out of the countryside and further reducing food supply. The removal of such controls provoked food riots in developing countries as city-dwellers demonstrated against the cut in their purchasing power.

Governments are now adopting similar curbs in an attempt to prevent renewed protests. Governments like those of Cristina Fernández in Argentina “represent the urban areas more than the farmers”, Mr Bouët says. “These moves are clearly politically motivated”.

But few economists think intervening to block exports is a sensible way of redistributing income from farmers to consumers, not least because – as is the case in Argentina – farmers can react by causing food shortages by refusing to supply the domestic market. In the longer term, higher food production is likely to be a better permanent solution.

And to cope with rising prices, Mr Bouët says, a better policy response would involve increasing government cash transfers to poor households to cushion the impact on their income.

However, such mechanisms can be expensive and difficult to set up, and governments facing a hungry populace often reach for the most immediate solution.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sidhu.hcl (IP Logged)
Date: April 03, 2008 11:34PM

veer harinder singh ji guruji had clearly said

" chinta ta ki kijiye jo anhoni hoye "

anhoni never happens and everything tht happens is honi, if its honi thn dont bother abt it . rabb is going to take care of every thing .
i think we shld concentrate on naam simran.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: April 04, 2008 01:07AM


 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: April 04, 2008 05:27AM

veer jeeooo,
i am sure that the biggest catastrope of the human history is just about to start in the very near future. I know majority of people will call me mad or even abuse me in their minds,haha but that wont change my views.
Its a moderated forum, if the moderator finds this topic useless,he can close it.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sidhu.hcl (IP Logged)
Date: April 04, 2008 01:36PM

veer harjinder singh ji everyone know nothing is going to happen. if petrol goes next will come if it goes next .

I think rather thn peeping into [www.terradaily.com] [www.nationalpost.com] [www.cjr.org] websites only u shld start moving to "next gen fuel" websites on google. they will give u much more info abt the topic and will definately help to remove ur great concern of "how to ride scooter" without petrol.

if u dont able to find the exact links kindly do let me know i will teach u to the websites.

veer ji gussa na karyo, kise gal da.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: sidhu.hcl (IP Logged)
Date: April 05, 2008 06:46AM

Check yahoonews today Hydrogen run "Boeing" is going to come soon.

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: April 05, 2008 06:23PM

bhai, this hydrogen is a complete dhokhaaa. How is this hydrogen obtained ? is that process green ? NOOOO
HOw is this hydrogen stored? Thats a major problem. Just do some google search and u will know that the hydrogen cars and now this plane is just a tokhaaa .

 



Re: life without fueland electricity
Posted by: Harinder Singh (IP Logged)
Date: April 06, 2008 12:05AM

source: [www.upi.com]



Turner talks of global change, cannibalism

Published: April 3, 2008 at 5:49 PM
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ATLANTA, April 3 (UPI) -- Unchecked global warming and an exploding population could result in cannibalism, controversial U.S. former media mogul Ted Turner says.

If global warming isn't stemmed, "we'll be 8 degrees hotter in 30 or 40 years and basically none of the crops will grow," Turner said during PBS' "Charlie Rose."

"Most of the people will have died and the rest of us will be cannibals," said Turner, 69. "Civilization will have broken down. The few people left will be living in a failed state ... living conditions will be intolerable."

Population control can help combat global warming he said. People should voluntarily pledge to have only one or two children, the founder of CNN in Atlanta said.

"We're too many people; that's why we have global warming," he said.

Commenting on the military, Turner said military budgets should be cut.

"Right now, the U.S. is spending $500 billion a year on the military," he said, "more than all 190 countries in the world put together."

Despite the huge budget, "we can't win in Iraq," he said.

"We're being beaten by insurgents who don't even have any tanks," Turner said.

 
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