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#312724 - 06/29/19 10:14 PM Re: The Debate: Is America’s future capitalist or socialist? [Re: logtroll]
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Here's an interesting new approach to venture capital, one that applied to in 2016 but was rejected because the company "wasn't developed enough". I am about to apply again...

I applied again... we are setting up a time for an "introductory call". ThumbsUp

Here is an interview with Phil Graves, CEO of Tin Shed Ventures (formerly $20 Million and Change). Long but very interesting.

https://youtu.be/5sgMt4llfao
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#312783 - 07/06/19 02:03 PM Re: The Debate: Is America’s future capitalist or socialist? [Re: logtroll]
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A very interesting article on the relationship between soil carbon, soil biology, CO2 drawdown, and water vapor.

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CO2 drawdown is essential because we need to rebuild organic matter in soils in order to have the soil carbon sponge that supports the water cycle. But the only way we can safely and naturally cool the planet and prevent the climate catastrophe is by restoring these hydrological processes. We’ve been advocating, talking and educating about that for 10 years. In all of those years, not one person has ever said no, that’s wrong. They all say yes, that’s climatology 101. But in a sense it is new, because we’ve been focused on reducing CO2 emissions for so long. Of course, we have to do that, but really the solution lies in restoring these hydrological cooling balances by one percent.

The Soil Carbon Sponge
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