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#Cyberpeacefare #Drop In The Ocean #Mother Teresa

Posted by Al LeBlanc on February 22, 2018 at 3:34pm 1 Comment

"We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But if that drop  was not in the ocean, I think the ocean would be less because of the missing drop.  I do not agree with the big way of doing things."   Mother Teresa

Lands For Agriculture: Subterranean Housing And Transport System

Posted by chukwudike chukwunenye ukeje on February 20, 2018 at 11:51pm 0 Comments


Houses, and road transport networks, are obviously the most erected projects on land surfaces today. With the population of the world estimated to reach 10 billion in the next forty years, more structures and road transport systems will be needed to sustain this growing population. However, the land surfaces where houses and road transport systems are erected upon happens to be the platform of most agricultural activities. Therefore, more houses and road transport systems in the future implies fewer and dwindling land resource for agricultural purposes. Thus, this blog post seeks to proofer a solution which if implemented will not only help escape the looming threat to man’s survival in the future due to scarcity of land for agriculture, but also has the potential to alleviate some of the greatest socio-economic challenges in Nigeria and beyond. How? Through the adoption and construction of subterranean housing and transport system.

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Safeguarding the future of the younger generation: A lesson from the lumpfish

Posted by chukwudike chukwunenye ukeje on February 20, 2018 at 11:42pm 0 Comments

The world is advancing at a fast pace. It is beyond doubt that human race has made significant achievements in the last few decades. Child mortality has been reduced drastically, and we have succeeded in almost eradicating polio from every country. Communication barriers has been broken down through the invention of the internet, mobile phones and computers. Thereby creating a more globalized and inter-connected world. In addition, life expectancy has been increased appreciably and illiteracy rate reduced. So, all is well?

“The world is in a mess”, these were the exact words of UN secretary general Antonio Guterres at the climate deal at Paris. The world is in a state of controversy that threatens its own very existence. Global warming and climate change are threatening the earths eco-system, and poses a serious threat to man’s survival in the future. To add to this, global youth unemployment is escalating and the world food security problem remains unsolved. The aftermath of the… Continue

#Cyberpeacefare #Simple Definition #CyberPeaceGadfly

Posted by Al LeBlanc on February 11, 2018 at 5:21pm 2 Comments

Cyberpeacefare:  A world-wide web/social media experimental blog to activate the consciousness of digital device users to the enormous potential of the Individual to make a small contribution to "world peace and planet survival". Such messages can result in a Big end state (e,g., cyber world peace tsunami/chaos theory/butterfly effect). By sending a message of peace over various social media platforms you are conducting #cyberpeacefare. 

You might consider sending: "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me" (lyrics of popular Christmas song). You might also consider sending a #cyberpeacefare #Selfie for Peace.  By being active, you become CyberPeaceCitizen.


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#Cyberpeacefare #Drop In The Ocean #Mother Teresa

"We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But if that drop  was not in the ocean, I think the ocean would be less because of the missing drop.  I do not agree with the big way of doing things."   Mother TeresaSee More
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