Environmental Subway

Subway of Environmental issues

Ocean mining is a great idea to explore the Universe for new knowledge and energy resources as long as its doesn’t cause  Diatom effect , disapproence of Benthos on the surface at the bottom of oceans. Balance between human activities and nature is vital important any new exploration is a great idea with proper study of cause and effects nature is created on the system of dualism for balance . as an uneducated naturalist and victim of the American patriot act after tragedy of 911 created fear and paranoia which took over my feeling and destroyed meaning of liberty in my small mind just by forcing me to sign the Act because of my religion and took away my health and happiness ,

Now imagine nature give us freedom and happiness because we are human beings and have mind to understand natural law of free will , whenever Government , scientist, doctors and engineer’s try to change without proper study they will damage the nature naturally. Since 1950 the study of fright zone has shown that polar circle is silently changing this is the most advanced time of human knowledge where alerts are issued within the seconds with very accurate weather reports of sudden cooling and contracture of the earth surface and melting of Antarctica which contain about 8.2 % total area of earth getting more visible since 1950 and soon the deepest parts of oceans tranches will change from the  Mariana trench to Java or Puerto Rican trench’s from ocean mining.

Internal earth heat balance can change water temperature into steam and can cause expansion of oceans many part of earth it can also happened with dormant volcanoes activities from deep ocean digging .oceans water temperature can change intensity of wind, current , diatom effect with low pressure system with anti clockwise winds in hemisphere all that contribute to plutonic earthquakes.

Recently i witnessed delta Sindh mangroves conditions the walking trees of ocean water have disappeared from the location I visited 3 years ago all that environmental changes are happing all around us very slowly. Last month few formers from Punjab Multan happened to travel with me while taking flight from local airport , they had experience that last 20 years high temperature and heavy rainfall is making very difficult for rice crops even with cultivation of grapes, spices,  growing tobacco and small plants perhaps horticulturing is getting problems . contour farming is impossible in some effected areas . Brazil is the world largest coffee producer have noticed envirmental effects on coffee Karachi Pakistan is located on the ocean and Karachi ocean breeze very popular in South Asia last 10 years people have noticed heavy wind patron and heat waves in wind because of ocean temperature .

 Ocean mineral’s misbalanced due to contamination of chemicals and plastic products contributing to erosion effects with temperature and the amount of salt water vaporizing in the air and thunder and lightning decreasing due to less sodium chloride and potassium.

since the first time scncestist measured the area of earth it was 509,600,000  SKM with the circumference 24902 miles to 24777 miles from different parts of earth its is changing perhaps area of land and ocean water from 79% to 81 % . I believe its responsibility of most advance nations to use common sense and change laws and rules for new constrictions and roads not to be built by destroying rainforest and lakes .I personally believe that we must utilizes what has been used and change pollution and emissions laws in every single nation on the lonoly planet to keep it blue and green . if every human beings just plant one tree in lifetime the greenhouse gasses issue will resolve within 50 years. Am disable because of Government polices after tragedy of 911 to monitor activities of Muslims especially people like me who are politically active to educate public about honesty and freedom.

I sincerely hope that G20 nations should use common sense by experiencing weather of mass distraction, ecological crisis of toxic global atmosphere , the earth and all it’s life is in stress because of ignorance and lack of leadership.

The ecological system of balance and chemistry of nature is in stress due to toxic water, toxic medical waste, toxic metals and toxic gases. Human life is based on balance and the pressure of gravity which is losing pressure due to temperature change.

The reality of gravity is based on very small elements individual and invisible substances around us and cannot been seen. These substances can transfer in the waves of sound and particle of oxygen in the deep ocean waters for life. These small elements individual and invisible substances around us are the miracle of supreme being and the cause of life.

The condition that make us human is not an accident it is based on theology. The new environmental illness or disease such as respiratory problems ,chemicals, allergens, pollution, and other toxins will contribute high numbers of neurological disorders unless we amend some new laws and change course.

Natural sleep is the most important part of human health which is control by the gravity of supreme being who changes the pressure of gravity on this earth two times a day for the phenomena of learning and memory for life. Real question we should ask our self in which general view must be formed and on whose basis our principal in life must be based ? The answer based on realistic notion is faith, love and human fealty.

I apologize to be very critical and honest about ” Change ” the only way for the beautiful earth and it’s healthy life.

I like to contribute this article to seven members of humanity from them five have passed away who were Veterans and devoted for Human Rights Mr. Joseph Mohawk, Mr. Paul Syr, Mr. Paul Cleveland, Mr. David Cosano and David Macontyre  .

 

written by Ajmal Mehdi     

The People Party of Connecticut

http://www.humanfaith.info

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Able or Disabled?

Able or Disabled?
Federal agencies need to adopt new plans to hire more disabled individuals and provide more assistance to them at their offices with a new rule from the agency tasked with preventing workplace discrimination.
On April 1, 2017 a new law aimed at advancing the rights of people with disabilities took effect, explicitly banning discrimination against them and requiring government bodies and private-sector businesses to pay greater attention to their needs.
While the law to eliminate discrimination against people with disabilities will make life easier to some extent for the nation’s 7.8 million people with impairments, experts point to its shortcomings and limitations.The law is part of the government’s move to align domestic laws with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, signed in 2007 and ratified in 2014 and to which Japan is a signatory. The law cleared in June 2013, but took effect only in April 2016 in order to provide time for the public and private sectors to prepare . The problem is every U.S. Department, from Transportation to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is committed to being a model employer of a diverse workforce that includes people with disabilities especially those with targeted disabilities (blindness, deafness, partial and full paralysis, missing extremities, dwarfism, epilepsy, intellectual disabilities, and psychiatric disabilities) but when a job is applied for and the applicant states in the application that the he or she is disabled, discrimination begins. Every State in the union welcomes and encourages applications from people with physical and mental disabilities, from city by city and town by town and claim that they will reasonably accommodate the needs of those people. On the website they are all firmly committed to satisfying its affirmative obligations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, to ensure that persons with disabilities have every opportunity to be hired and advanced on the basis of merit but unfortunately disability is never meet the merit they are looking for and this is ableism against applicants.
Ableism is discrimination and social prejudice against people with medical and mental conditions . It is occurring in almost every Federal and State departments even at the municipal level, and the government is failing to pay attention to the issues when an employer or other entity covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, or the Rehabilitation Act, as amended, treats a qualified individual with a disability who is an employee or applicant unfavorably because he or she has a disability. It is an amazing experience when a disabled person applies for work with EEOC and he/ she is turned down just because of lack of qualification . It’s hard to be disabled in America because there are numerous Acts against discrimination but no action, especially from government agencies who supposedly protect and provide justice.

Franklin D. Roosevelt is honored to reflect the contributions of the 32nd president of the United States. Roosevelt’s disability exemplifies that physical disabilities hold no barriers to achievement. To F.D.R., disability was not ‘a sickness’ – one of the reasons he is an icon for people with disabilities. He educated Americans to understand that disability is not illness and that we can master the limitations caused by disability,” Vanden Heuvel added.
United Kingdom Labour Party success sees increase in number of disabled MPs in 2017 is a good sign from UK . America must stand out to do more not just in Acts of websites what they say in reality to change lives and hire disabled people from all levels of Jobs.

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Federal agencies need to adopt new plans to hire more disabled individuals and provide more assistance to them at their offices with a new rule from the agency tasked with preventing workplace discrimination.
On April 1, 2017 a new law aimed at advancing the rights of people with disabilities took effect, explicitly banning discrimination against them and requiring government bodies and private-sector businesses to pay greater attention to their needs.
While the law to eliminate discrimination against people with disabilities will make life easier to some extent for the nation’s 7.8 million people with impairments, experts point to its shortcomings and limitations.The law is part of the government’s move to align domestic laws with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, signed in 2007 and ratified in 2014 and to which Japan is a signatory. The law cleared in June 2013, but took effect only in…

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Environmental Subway

Solar Eclipse
Modern Day Sun Superstitions
Fear of solar eclipses still exists today. Many people around the world still see eclipses as evil omens that bring death, destruction, and disasters.
A popular misconception is that solar eclipses can be a danger to pregnant women and their unborn children. In many cultures, young children and pregnant women are asked to stay indoors during a solar eclipse.
In many parts of India, people fast during a solar eclipse due to the belief that any food cooked while an eclipse happens will be poisonous and unpure.
Not all superstitions surrounding solar eclipses are about doom. In Italy, for example, it is believed that flowers planted during a solar eclipse are brighter and more colorful than flowers planted any other time of the year.
No Scientific Basis
Scientists and astronomers around the world have debunked any such claims. There is no scientific evidence that solar eclipses can affect human behavior, health, or the environment. Scientists, however, do emphasize that anyone watching a solar eclipse must protect their eyes.
In Human Faith we believe “The sun and the moon are two signs amongst the signs of Rabbil ‘Alamin ( God Rab ) they do not eclipse because of someone’s death or life. So when you see them, invoke ( Rab) and pray till the eclipse is clear.
‹‹إن الشمس والقمر آيتان من آيات الله. يخوف الله بهما عباده . وإنهما لا ينكسفان لموت أحد من الناس . فإذا رأيتم منها شيئا فصلوا وادعوا الله . حتى يكشف مابكم››
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Subway of Environmental issues

Ocean mining is a great idea to explore the Universe for new knowledge and energy resources as long as its doesn’t cause  Diatom effect , disapproence of Benthos on the surface at the bottom of oceans. Balance between human activities and nature is vital important any new exploration is a great idea with proper study of cause and effects nature is created on the system of dualism for balance . as an uneducated naturalist and victim of the American patriot act after tragedy of 911 created fear and paranoia which took over my feeling and destroyed meaning of liberty in my small mind just by forcing me to sign the Act because of my religion and took away my health and happiness ,

Now imagine nature give us freedom and happiness because we are human beings and have mind to understand natural law of free…

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The First Amendment should Change

Our the past several decades I have noticed how these founding insights and principles of religious and political freedom have fared in the hands of the United States Supreme Court, compare to international human rights. Last 20 years Supreme Court has taken a number of twists and turn in many First Amendment political and religious cases to pleases powers. It troubling for me to see gradually weakening of the First Amendment clauses in my Case Mehdi V. America Docket 11-768 and many more which leaves the legislature and the States with much more discretionary power our minor political and religious freedom then the federal courts. Such a shifting practice ask what should be common national right of political and religious liberty . In my view the federal courts should provide common and firm political and religious liberty protections for all as well as for the minor political parties no matter where they happen to reside along with belief, pigment and culture. American is my home and I believe we need for a strong common national law on political and religious liberty in the face of grim local bigotry State by State and Town by Town especially in Bristol Connecticut where am from. Every time I remember my experience of political and religious activities in State of Connecticut it takes my memories on the horrific abuses inflicted on Jews and others during World War II. America should have a vision of a strong federal constitutional law of political and religious liberty. It is essential for American freedom only Federal courts are in position to enforce this request from a minor political party and Minorities religious liberties.
The people party of Connecticut
Written by Ajmal Mehdi
www. Americansparty.com

Slavery and Prophets

Slavery is part of human history imagined Prophets being denied the right to govern own life, imagine Noah being beaten, stripped and deprived of food. Moses was born in a time when slavery was common practice , The king of time used slave but was worried that they might ally themselves with Egypt’s enemies. Moses mother secretly hid him when the Pharaoh ordered all newborn boys to be killed in order to reduce the population. Prophet Moses was adopted and grew up with the royal family. After killing an slave master, Moses fled across the sea where he encountered The Angel of the (Rab) who  asked Moses to go back to Egypt to demand the end of slavery. Joseph, son of Jacob lived in the land of slave traders his brothers were jealous of him and sold him to slave traders. This is the reality of history as I witnessed modern day slavery from America to Pakistan. My experience of slavery started after tragedy of 911 in State of Connecticut as a follower of Abrahamic faith of Mohammed PBUT. FBI along with CIA in partnership with Muslims employee’s tracking Muslims to control freedom and religion, I was in library teaching Human faith when an agent asked me quietly to stop teaching human faith. I got scare for time being and started working for Mohammed in Avon Connecticut Gas Station to observe slavery in America to avoid thinking of The Patriot Act 2001 which I was forced to sign for the bank for religious and political activities in Libraries in New England.

 

Many Organizations promised to Abolition of slavery in the 21st Century , Perhaps Children’s are still suffering in well known nations in whom might-be another Joseph son of Jacob and Mother of Moses.

  • 2000Free the Slaves is formed, originally as the sister organization of Anti-Slavery International in the U.K. Today Free the Slaves is an independent organization.
  • 2000The government of Nepal bans all forms of debt bondage after a lengthy campaign by human rights organizations and freed laborers.
  • 2000The U.S. Congress passes the Trafficking Victims Protection Act to combat the trafficking of persons as a form of modern slavery. The legislation increases penalties for traffickers, provides social services for trafficking victims, and helps victims remain in the country.
  • 2000The U.N. passes the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress, and Punish Trafficking in Persons as part of the Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. The trafficking protocol is the first global legally binding instrument with an internationally agreed-upon definition on trafficking in persons.
  • 2001Slavery: A Global Investigation—the first major documentary film about modern slavery—is released in the U.S. and Europe. The film tells the story of slavery and forced child labor in the cocoa and chocolate industry and wins a Peabody Award and two Emmy Awards.
  • 2002The countries of the Economic Community of Western African States agree on an action plan to confront slavery and human trafficking in the region.
  • 2002The International Cocoa Initiative is established as a joint effort of anti-slavery groups and major chocolate companies—marking the first time an entire industry has banded together to address slavery in its supply chain.
  • 2004Brazil launches the National Pact for the Eradication of Slave Labor, which combines the efforts of civil organizations, businesses, and the government to get companies to commit to the prevention and eradication of forced labor within their supply chains, as well as to be monitored and placed on a “dirty list” if the products they sell are tainted by slavery.
  • 2004The U.N. appoints a Special Rapporteur (Reporter) on Human Trafficking.
  • 2005The U.N. International Labor Organization’s first Global Report on Forced Labor puts the number of slaves worldwide at 12.3 million. The organization’s 2012 update increases the number to 20.9 million people.
  • 2007Ending Slavery: How We Free Today’s Slaves is published. Written by Free the Slaves co-founder Kevin Bales, it is the first plan for the global eradication of modern slavery, estimating the total cost of worldwide abolition at $10.8 billion over 25 years. President Bill Clinton highlights the plan at the Clinton Global Initiative. The book receives the 2011 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.
  • 2008The Special Court for Sierra Leone judges forced marriage “a crime against humanity” and convicts three officers in the Revolutionary United Front of forced marriage—the first convictions of their kind within an international criminal tribunal.
  • 2008The U.N. International Labor Organization estimates that annual profits generated from trafficking in human beings are as high as $32 billion. In 2014 the organization increases that estimate to $150 billion in the report Profits and Poverty: The Economics of Forced Labor.
  • 2010Free the Slaves publishes Slavery, featuring images of slaves and survivors taken by humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine and a foreword by South African Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Kristine receives a 2013 Humanitarian Photographer of the Year Award from the Lucie foundation based in large part on her work with Free the Slaves.
  • 2011California enacts the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, requiring major manufacturing and retail firms to publicly disclose what efforts, if any, they are taking to eliminate forced labor and human trafficking from their product supply chains.
  • 2012The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission passes the Conflict Minerals Rule, requiring major publicly-held corporations to disclose if their products contain certain metals mined in the eastern Congo or an adjoining country and if payment for these minerals supports armed conflict in the region. The rule was required as part of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Free the Slaves has documented that slavery is widespread at mining sites covered by this corporate disclosure requirement.
  • 2013The first Walk Free Global Slavery Index is released with country-by-country estimates for slavery worldwide. The research team estimates that 29.8 million people are enslaved today. The 2014 index increases that estimate to 35.8 million. The 2016 index increases that estimate to 45.8 million.
  • 2015Free the Slaves marks its 15th birthday by announcing that the organization has reached a historic benchmark—liberating more than 10,000 people from slavery.
  • 2015The U.N. adopts 17 Sustainable Development Goals, with 169 targets that include an end to slavery: “Take immediate and effective measures to eradicate forced labor, end modern slavery and human trafficking and secure the prohibition and elimination of the worst forms of child labor, including recruitment and use of child soldiers, and by 2025 end child labor in all its forms.”
  • IN GOD WE TRUST WE HAVE FAITH IN HUMANITY

 

 

The beauty of small things: a voyage into a garden’s microcosm

Nature

Jules Verne Times Two

“The more we travel, the bigger the world gets”. Over the last couple of years we have taken advantage of our somewhat vague motto to talk about many different things. Christened during our round-the-world trip, it originally stemmed from our observation that no time in the world would be enough to visit all places worth visiting. After we came back, we realised this to be true even for our own country. Abandoning all hopes of closure, we expanded our definition of travelling to encompass other things we love: time-travelling to long-past history, mind-travelling on the comforts of solitude, soul-travelling with the wonders of friendship. All those wanderings however involved some degree of physical travelling. Not today. Today we won’t go beyond Jules’ parents backyard, in Ponte de Sor.

Over the course of countless weekends, I made a habit of sneaking into Jules’ parents garden to take pictures. Hunching…

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