The video below, narrated by Harrison Ford, was put together by an organization called Conservation International. They focus on a wide range of topics related to ecosystems, biodiversity, and human well-being, all around the world.
I did take a look at their board of directors, it’s a list of very wealthy and powerful people who definitely have the means to make a big impact. I will admit, my heart always sinks when I see a President of the Council on Foreign Relations, or a powerful United Nations representative, or the owner of Wal-Mart on these lists. So many people around the world have lost faith in the organizations that have been charged with creating a better world, and it’s no secret that some of these people put their names behind what looks to be a heartfelt, positive effort to create change only to better their image. It’s no secret that many of these organizations harbour a great deal of corruption, but at the same time, I still believe there is a lot of good in there, and that (some) members of these organizations are indeed trying to make a positive impact with the resources they have at their disposal.
Regardless, putting my own bias and judgement aside, the video below offers a powerful message and speaks the truth. It would be great if these people of influence, like Harrison Ford, were made aware of projects like the Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) that was recently invented by Paramahamsa Tewari, electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India. These are the technologies and developments that really have the potential to make a BIG impact here on Earth, and the RLG is a development that would change the world forever, and is directly related to the issues presented by Conservation International. You can read more about that story HERE, and stay tuned because there is much more to come from us about it.
Enjoy the video, I hope it makes you stop and think about the planet.
The Sacred Science follows eight people from around the world, with varying physical and psychological illnesses, as they embark on a one-month healing journey into the heart of the Amazon jungle.
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"If “Survivor” was actually real and had stakes worth caring about, it would be what happens here, and “The Sacred Science” hopefully is merely one in a long line of exciting endeavors from this group." - Billy Okeefe, McClatchy Tribune