So how do they do it? Trees convert carbon dioxide into oxygen through a process called photosynthesis. Photosythesis means “to put together with light.” The light is sunlight, shining on the tree, and the pieces being put together are carbon dioxide and water. When a tree has these three ingredients it uses the energy from the sunlight to combine the carbon from the carbon dioxide with the water to make a carbohydrate, or more simply, a sugar. The sugar is food for the tree, just as people eat sugar and carbohydrates. When the tree makes the carbohydrate, there is extra oxygen from the water, which luckily for us gets released into the air, giving us the oxygen we breathe.
Rosalind Peterson addresses the United Nations on September 3-5, 2007 in New York at the 60TH Annual DPI/NGO Conference on Climate Change, and Confirms that Chemtrails, Geoengineering, SRM are very real. If you are still in doubt that those lines in the sky are contrails or that the milky haze which lingers all day is nothing to worry about, then you need to open your eyes and WAKE UP!
From school children to night fishermen, solar lighting in Kenya is transforming the lives of thousands of people. As the sun sets over developing countries, more than a billion people are either plunged into darkness or forced to rely on polluting light sources such as kerosene.
While clean energy alternatives exist, switching to them has been slow and in Kenya, more than 80 percent of the country’s 40 million inhabitants rely on kerosene, candles and torches as their main source of light.
But the development of an all-in-one solar electricity system that powers lights, radios and phones is revolutionising thousands of households and businesses.
Robin Forestier-Walker travels to Kenya’s Rift Valley to see how innovative financing, distribution and product design is heralding a new era in solar lighting.
Meteorologists identify the ring of light as an optical effect caused by sunlight hitting what is known as a hole punch cloud. It appears as a circular or oval hole in a thin layer of air containing supercooled water droplets. UFO believers took a strong interest in this strange cloud formation after it appeared over Moscow in 2009.