This is the problem with Hillary: She is willing to say ‘yes’ to green technology and green jobs, but she is showing no signs of being willing to say ‘no’ to the oil and gas lobby, which we know is funding her campaign significantly.
—  Naomi Klein, author of the best-selling book, “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate,” which is out in paperback today. Watch her interview on Democracy Now! this morning.
What Have You Done to Shift Yourself Lately?

Though it hasn’t always made a lot of sense to me, I’ve been in contact with the invisible world since I was a child. So I get imaginary friends, or deep connection to nature, supernatural beings and other unexplainable things.

The more I ask for advice from these beings, the more I learn is in our control. Lately, they’ve been telling me that we have a duty to continue shifting and changing throughout our lives.

(cue the terrifying Jaws theme, as we simultaneously get exited about change, and curl up in fear as we imagine all this will mean in our lives)

If you’re like many people, you’re struggling with change now. Lots and lots of my clients come to me wondering why so many areas of life seem to be transforming into something else, why the bottom has dropped out, and why they’re feeling stuck, unfulfilled and scared about the future.

It’s that time in our history, when it’s incumbent upon us to raise our vibration, and thus have access to all we desire, or stay stuck in the lower realms, unhappy and overlooked.

By lower I don’t mean worse. It’s not a matter of better of worse. But if you want something more in life, from spiritual fulfillment, more money and financial ease or a great relationship, you may have to give something up — maybe old ideas than no longer work for you, or beliefs that hold you back, or even a relationship that’s slightly abusive in nature — so you can rise to the status you desire.

So what have you been doing to shift your reality lately?

Are you asking God, the universe or your angels to do all the heavy lifting, or are you willing to get more involved?

And if so, what can you begin letting go to make room for all you desire?

That electrical energy can be economically transmitted without wires to any terrestrial distance, I have unmistakably established in numerous observations, experiments and measurements, qualitative and quantitative. These have demonstrated that it is practicable to distribute power from a central plant in unlimited amounts, with a loss not exceeding a small fraction of one per cent, in the transmission, even to the greatest distance, twelve thousand miles—to the opposite end of the globe.
—  Nikola Tesla. “The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires As a Means for Furthering Peace.” Electrical World and Engineer. January 7, 1905, p. 21-24.
Pope Francis talks about natural resources as something that everybody has a right to. This, of course, is a challenge to a pretty basic principle of private property under capitalism.
—  Naomi Klein. Watch her interview on Democracy Now! today. Her best-selling book, “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate,” is now out in paperback.

Mapping how the United States generates its electricity:
Coal and natural gas are the most common sources for electricity in the country, but coal represents a declining share. The new Clean Power Plan seeks to accelerate that trend by requiring power plants to cut carbon pollution levels and rewarding states and companies that embrace clean sources of energy. 

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Read story: New EPA rule on greenhouse gases the latest blow to King Coal