Tuesday’s message at this site saw seven steps that could help us survive and prosper in a new era that could unfold due to a terrorist EMP attack.
Yesterday’s message looked at the importance of securing food in an EMP terrorist attack.
This threat of a terrorist EMP attack could accelerate opportunity in green international investments.
We’ll look at these in a minute… plus some Ecuador real estate plus how the risk of a energy grid shut down could accelerate green investments.
First… let me reiterate… I do not think the sky is falling. The sun always shines somewhere and the grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence. God…Nature or whatever you wish to call your Higher Being always takes care of us.
May I quote a wonderful passage about this from John James Ingalls (a Senator from Kansas 1873 to 1891), address in “In Praise of Blue Grass.”
Grass is the forgiveness of nature–her constant benediction. Fields trampled with battle, saturated with blood, torn with the ruts of cannon, grow green again with grass, and carnage is forgotten. Streets abandoned by traffic become grass-grown like rural lanes, and are obliterated. Forests decay, harvests perish, flowers vanish, but grass is immortal. Beleaguered by the sullen hosts of winter, it withdraws into the impregnable fortress of its subterranean vitality, and emerges upon the first solicitation of Spring. Sown by the winds, by wandering birds, propagated by the subtle horticulture of the elements which are its ministers and servants, it softens the rude outline of the world. Its tenacious fibres hold the earth in its place, and prevent its soluble components from washing into the wasting sea. It invades the solitude of deserts, climbs the inaccessible slopes and forbidding pinnacles of mountains, modifies climates, and determines the history, character, and destiny of nations. Unobtrusive and patient, it has immortal vigor and aggression. Banished from the thoroughfare and the field, it bides its time to return, and when vigilance is relaxed, or the dynasty has perished, it silently resumes the throne from which it has been expelled, but which it never abdicates. It bears no blazonry or bloom to charm the senses with fragrance or splendor, but its homely hue is more enchanting than the lily or the rose. It yields no fruit in earth or air, and yet should its harvest fail for a single year, famine would depopulate the world.
Our horses here at our Blue Ridge farm really believe this.
They are allowed to roam the farm freely except in our front yard. But once a year, in the autumn, we let them in.
They crop and fertilize the lawn. This makes the horses really happy.
They love chomping, lying, rolling and sleeping in the grass.
Play in the grass
Blaze, the oldest, relaxes so much that when I sent this picture to our grandson Garren, he panicked thinking that Blaze was dead.
He’s not. Up he came…
On the subject of international investing and grass. I finally received my new Neuton weed eater.
This is a neat machine.
I have been using a Neuton electric lawn mower and when I ordered this weed eater they were 1,500 orders behind!
This shows the demand for green products.
Neuton says at its website: We are dedicated to making the world’s most innovative and dependable battery-powered lawn and garden equipment for people who care about the maintenance of their properties and the health of our environment. Our forward-thinking designs reduce the noise and pollution of traditional gas power equipment, making yard work more enjoyable. Consistent with these goals, a portion of our profits are donated to community organizations working to clean our air.
Using innovative designs in rechargeable, battery-powered products we¹re developing unique and reliable tools that are easy to use and are easy on the environment. And together with our customers, we¹re redefining the way people care for their properties.
Designed in Vermont
Neuton battery-powered mowers are a reflection of the simplicity, ingenuity and values that define Vermont. At their core, Neuton battery-powered mowers are:
* Hard working – providing high powered cutting capacity with professional results
* Simple – delivering an ease of use and storage you won’t find elsewhere
* Responsible – exhibiting a profound respect for the environment
* A cleaner and more efficient way to mow your lawn. In fact, Forbes magazine recently rated Vermont the number one “Greenest State.”
Neuton and the Environment
Neuton battery-powered mowers are the #1 selling battery-powered mowers on the planet. Our belief in the environmental benefits of Neuton is a strong one. We call it our Clean Air Initiative.
Since we started, we have subsidized the purchase of thousands of Neutons across America in exchange for dirty/gas-guzzling mowers. In Southern California alone, 16,000 residents have replaced their mowers with Neutons. The result has been a staggering emissions reduction of 600 tons per year.
And with Neuton, reducing environmental impact extends even further. The Noise Pollution Clearinghouse rated Neuton the quietest rotary mower you can buy.
The bottom line is you get big-time results, while leaving behind a small environmental footprint.
Neuton’s success shows the potential for green products. The threat of an EMP terrorist attack has the potential to accelerate the value of green investments because it could shut down North America’s national energy grid. Tis may speed up the development and use of individual energy systems.
Neuton is not a public company so we cannot buy shares, but tomorrow’s message looks at how to take advantage of good international green opportunity.
The risk of an EMP attack also accelerates demand for Ecuador real estate.
See for example how this sloping 10 acre corn field with outstanding 360 degree views, offers extra opportunity at Cotacachi real estate tours.
Let’s share ways and lifestyle alterations that protect as they provide joy, satisfaction, better health and enhanced wealth.
You may not be able to (or want) to move your home abroad or to a rural area. Yet gardening, even in urban areas, can be healthy and fun. Holding some precious metals is probably a good investment anyway. We should be taking care of our health even when their is no threat of war.
When it comes to holding assets abroad… our multi currency course can help.
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