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Spoiling energy

Losses of energy from input to power station to the input of final consumer are 90% average around the world. Products we manufacture are 10 times more than needed, if you don't believe look at the waste, short-term items and useless concrete, metal and plastic things around.

So 10X10=100

We spoil at least 100 times more energy than needed for planetary humanity. The spoiled energy would be enough for 700 billions people.

Wake up time!

See also this repost from 2009:

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Bob Meinetz on Feb 25, 2019 2:11 am GMT

Chavdar, what symptoms suggest to you the Earth is suffering from a troubled geomagnetic field?

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Chavdar Azarov on Feb 25, 2019 8:03 am GMT

The impact of 7 TW installed electrical power on geomagnetic field by altering its permanent nature.

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Bob Meinetz on Feb 25, 2019 4:56 pm GMT

What evidence do you have the Earth's geomagnetic field has been permanently altered?

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Chavdar Azarov on Feb 25, 2019 7:02 pm GMT

Not permanently but enough to run California, Greece wild fires in 2018.

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