Georg thankfully documented all the work he and others did to reverse the Kalahari and initiate the greening of the adjacent, drier Namib Desert over the past seven years. Here’s an instance where keeping records of our collective accomplishments is paying off because when the cultish corporate Algores start spouting off with their anti-rational ‘explanations’ for our successes they’re going to look even more ludicrous than before.
Notice the timing: Georg, Carlos, Tino and Prophet were released from jail just a few weeks ago. I don’t think any mention of the green Kalahari was ever made before these corporate fake scientists started harumphing about it in the following article:
** Are the deserts getting greener? **
It has been assumed that global warming would cause an expansion of the world’s deserts, but now some scientists are predicting a contrary scenario in which water and life slowly reclaim these arid places.
< http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/2/hi/a … 150415.stm >
Similarly, no mention was made of the greening of Death Valley for several years after the fact, until a Las Vegas newswoman took a film crew there to document the flowering of the desert in the summer time. She and her crew lost their lives on the way home, preventing the report. The fake president’s wife showed up there within a couple of months for a photo op and of course the Algores never commented on it, as far as I know.
When Carol and I started gifting Death Valley, 8 years ago, it was really, really dead. Now, it flourishes more than the surrounding desert, even though it should be hotter there on account of the lower elevation. Just about anywhere in the world you might go, temperature rises three degrees, Fahrenheit, for every thousand feet of lower elevation. Death Valley is a couple thousand feet lower than the surrounding desert.
I think that as orgonite seeps more and more into the PJ folks’ sleepy consciousness in coming months we’re all going to have a lot of fun at the expense of the increasingly fidgetty Algores and their FakeScientist academic chelas