Posted by: joy.or.above | April 29, 2013

Free Energy and E-Waste!

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Free Energy and E-Waste!

Today, I would like to talk about two very important topics: Free Energy and E-Waste.

1. Free Energy

This may sound like Science Fiction, but it is NOT. Actually, we have had the technology, the know how, and the resources to generate free energy from the Zero-point field for decades; however, this technology has been suppressed because it is NOT profitable. If you have ever heard of the genius inventor Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943), you know what I am talking about. 

Imagine what the World would look like when we have this technology available to everybody all over the globe — most of the problems we face today will vanish, and there would be abundance for All. It is a story of Hope for Humanity!

Fortunately, some courageous people have been working on disclosing information about this technology among other things for several years. One of them is Dr. Steven Greer, who founded the “Disclosure Project”.  Dr. Greer and his team have created a documentary film called ‘Sirius’, which was released last Monday, 22 April, 2013 on the occasion of Earth Day. In this film, they disclose information about Free Energy, ET, UFOs, Money and much more, all of which have been suppressed for decades.

Here is a short clip from the film:

 

For US$ 5, you can watch the entire film online at this link:

The film is subtitled in several languages. So please share it with all the people you know! Everybody deserves to know the Truth!

2. E-Waste

Electronic Waste, or “E-Waste”, is a term used to describe any electronic device that is at the end of its life. This includes cell phones, computers, laptops, monitors, televisions, printers, scanners, and any other electrical device.

With the rapid expansion of technology, combined with the short shelf life of most electronic devices, a lot of E-Waste is generated each year. Often, these discarded devices end up in landfills or are incinerated, which can cause major environmental problems, as many of the chemicals found in these devices are extremely hazardous. These chemicals, which are either leached into the soil or released into the atmosphere when burned, can lead to serious health problems.

So before you buy your next electronic gadget or device, I urge you to consider the following:

  • Consider buying the best equipment you can afford. This will be more expensive in the short-term, however, in the long-term, it will be more economic, as good quality equipment last much longer, and they usually come with a 2 to 3 years guarantee.

  • If your old devices are still functioning, consider donating them to somebody who can use them, like students for example.

  • If the devices cannot be used, consider collecting all of your old electronic materials and take them to repair shops where they can be used as spare parts, or to an E-Waste recycling facility, if you can find one, to make sure they are properly handled.

For your own safety and security, please watch the following video to learn how to deal with these devices properly.

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Caring for the Environment is
Caring for Ourselves!
 

To Your Health, Happiness, and Prosperity!

Zafira Labadi
Happiness Coach
Helping You Lead a Happier Life!

Interested in watching uplifting films?
Consider joining the Happiness Club!
For more info., call 07-77225590 or
Email: joy.or.above@gmail.com 

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