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Minority rules:
Scientists discover tipping point for the spread of ideas

    Scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have found that when just 10 percent of the population holds an unshakable belief, their belief will always be adopted by the majority of the society. The scientists, who are members of the Social Cognitive Networks Academic Research Center (SCNARC) at Rensselaer, used computational and analytical methods to discover the tipping point where a minority belief becomes the majority opinion. The finding has implications for the study and influence of societal interactions ranging from the spread of innovations to the movement of political ideals.
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What this means is we only need 10% of the population to
understand how these few individuals are robbing us and enslaving us to transform the narrative society believes in, to stop them.
Canadian fresh pure air is selling briskly in smog infested Beijing
Articles by Jennifer Pak in Shenzhen and Liz Dwyer
       Commentary by Rafael Zambrana                               December 24, 2015

Chinese buy up bottles of fresh air from Canada

Canadian company which started out bottling Rocky Mountains air as a joke has seen its product fly off the shelves in pollution-hit China, with first shipment selling out in four days.
A Canadian start-up company bottling fresh air from the Rocky Mountains has seen sales to China soar because of rising pollution levels.

Vitality Air was founded last year in the western Canadian city of Edmonton but began selling in China less than two months ago.
“Our first shipment of 500 bottles of fresh air were sold in four days,” co-founder Moses Lam says in a telephone interview with the Telegraph.

A crate containing 4,000 more bottles is making its way to China, but he says most of that shipment has been bought.

                 Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada

A 7.7 Litre can of crisp air taken from Banff National Park in the majestic Rocky Mountains range sells for roughly 100 yuan (£10), which is 50 times more expensive than a bottle of mineral water in China.
Residents in the smog-plagued nation would rather inhale the scent of pine than the toxic odor of car exhaust.
By Liz Dwyer December 17 2015

When it comes to cutting greenhouse gas emissions, climate activists who showed up in Paris for COP21 hoped negotiators would understand that desperate times call for desperate measures. Well, in the case of people in China who are fed up with inhaling polluted air, it seems desperate times call for buying air imported from the wilds of Canada.

On the heels of the first-ever government issued red pollution alert in Beijing and ongoing smog problems in other major cities across the country, people in the Asian nation are snapping up cans of Vitality Air.

“Our first shipment of 500 bottles of fresh air were sold in four days,” the Edmonton, Canada-based company’s co-founder Moses Lam told The Telegraph. Lam, who works as a banker, said Vitality Air was born after he and co-founder Troy Paquette managed to sell a plastic sandwich bag of air on eBay for $160 as a joke. “That’s when we realized there is a market for this,” said Lam.

It's tempting to give the folks buying Vitality Air a side eye, but consider this: Twenty years ago, bottled water wasn’t the ubiquitous commodity it is today. But fear of polluted water has helped spur bottled H2O sales, even though municipal tap water sources in the U.S. are safe. In comparison, in China, folks are actually breathing in air that’s legitimately toxic. A study released in August found that 4,000 people a day—1.6 million men, women, and children—die from inhaling dirty air. And it sure seems that the founders of Vitality Air know what people want: "No smog, no pollution, just nature and fresh clean air," reads the company's website.

In a place where the air pollution is so bad that people have been told to stay home from work and school—and those who do go out have taken to wearing masks—it’s not hard to see why inhaling Vitality Air might be appealing to Chinese consumers.

“The sun is rising on the horizon. Sunlight peeks through the trees as you move towards the opening in the trailhead,” reads a description on the Vitality Air website of the location in Banff National Park in Alberta Canada where the company collects its air. Meanwhile, people in China have been dealing with air so smoggy that some days the sun is completely obscured—to the point that last year the government put up an LED billboard of a fake glowing sun in Beijing.

“The pristine wilderness is now behind as you stand on a rocky outcrop, taking in the soaring mountain peaks in front of you. You breathe heavy, filling your lungs with the crisp mountain air, with the slight scent of pine,” the website continues.

Pine—not the scent of vehicle exhaust, burning coal, or noxious factory pollution.

Harrison Wang, the company's representative in China, told the paper that the canisters—which cost $22 for 7.7 liters of air—are mostly being bought by well-off Chinese women.“In China fresh air is a luxury, something so precious,” said Wang.
Rafael Comment,
We are told the future wars will be caused by water, but we can see even today a critically important element for our survival we take for granted....AIR, is becoming a commodity for trade.
It's important to note how we humans so easily fall into the "taken-for-granted-mode" when we have plenty of the things we need, like air in this case.     We value it so little, we have allowed it to deteriorate in the extreme.

Another very important item we need and take for granted is "money".    We all need it and even struggle to get it and yet, we question it so little.     We are blinded by blanket assumptions it comes from our governments, without ever stopping to ponder on what it is, and how it is processed into existence, how it actually functions.

Some top bankers do understand money and furthermore, they understand how evasive it's notion is for most people to comprehend, they therefore use it to treat the rest of humanity as their farm animals, producing for the bankers, unaware of the huge fraud they are being inflicted upon by these few clever thieves, living in absolute splendor off everybody elses efforts.
Selling and buying air seems to be easier understood and accepted by the masses, than understanding what money truly is.    
A new-born Canadian baby immediately already has an $18,367,211 debt as his/her part of the National Debt, and a US baby has a much bigger debt owed to these criminal bankers.

For anyone who gets curious, HERE is a link explaining what money actually is.


"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning."
Henry Ford

"The study of Money, is one in which complexity is used to evade truth, not to reveal it"
John Kenneth Galbraith

"Each and every time a bank makes a loan, new bank credit is created, <new deposits> brand new money"
Graham F. Towers      Governor, Bank of Canada

"Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as it's most conspicuous and sacred responsibility, all talk of sovereignty of Parliament and of democracy is idle and futile...Once a nation parts with the control of it's credit it matters not who makes the laws...Usury once in control will wreck any nation."
MacKenzie King,
Canadian Prime Minister

"If you want to remain slaves of the bankers and pay for the costs of your own slavery, let them continue to create money and control  the nation's credit"
Sir Josiah Stamp
1880-1941 Former Director Bank of England

"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous than standing armies...
If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of currency, the banks and corporations that will grow around them, will deprive the people of their property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered"
Thomas Jefferson

"Permit me to issue and control the money of a Nation, and I care not who makes its laws"
-Mayer Anselm Rothschild

"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation, One is by the sword. The other is by Debt"
John Adams