Jeff Raymond is developing sustainable agriculture that can be employed anywhere on the planet, including Antarctica, so it had to be able to withstand extreme winds, snow loading, and the months of darkness that are found in extreme northern and southern latitudes we started looking at how we could produce energy locally and integrate it into this system by using a biogas digester, which takes organic matter and breaks it down, turning it into methane as well as a substance called digestate, which is a liquid fertilizer that can be cycled back into our aquaponics system.
Raymond and his wife began constructing the massive habitat (it measures 80 feet long by 40 feet wide by 22 feet tall) last May and began initial operations in September. There is this really big population problem on the horizon, and some reports say that by the year 2050 there's going to be 9.5 billion people on the planet. In order to feed all those people, we're going to have to increase agricultural production by over 75 percent from today. The best we can do, based on current projections, is 33 percent.
Joe Seydewitz and I have been traveling to Myanmar since 2012 finding Arabica coffee suppliers and visiting coffee plantations through Central and southern Shane State and Joe also traveled to Chin State along Mt. Victoria to look for small lot producers of single origin specialty lots.
This is our discussion of doing business in Myanmar, conditions on the ground, difficulty of travel and the best offerings from the newly opened country. Since we did so much travelling, we also discussed tips for those wanting to travel to Myanmar off the beaten path and secret spots for mountain bikers plus place to stay while in the mountains.
Overview of Coffee Farms in Myanmar www.ogscoffee.com
A discussion of which agriculture ETF’s you can follow to track global food price rises to give you a head start on supermarket price rises along with the vibrational frequency shift that everyone on Earth is feeling currently brought about by changes in the Sun and our magnetic field. Cosmic rays are at all-time highs, the magnetic pole is on the move and seasons are far out of the normal pattern, this explains the emotions the population is feeling.
Just in the last two weeks, a plethora of cold and snow records were broken along with heat records as well. And I wrap up with the 1000 year old canyon petroglyphs in Utah, which is the world’s longest art gallery.