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Brendon Butler

Founder & Director, 2Day Mine Soutions - Think Tank

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Reforming the global mining structure is the solution to green technology advancement and immediate global implementation!

A brand new primary sector understanding indicates that the global mining industry has restricted underground mining in favor of surface mining in order increase metal prices. As can be explained easily over many decades.

This mining intention has been in place for over 50 years and has increased metal prices by 400%.

The difficult thing to understand is that the mining industry is actually unaware of its existence.

So here in this lies the world solution to affordable global green technology implementation, jobs for hundreds of millions of people, a large increase in revenue for governments, and a human development turn around.

All provided by the mining industry and the 400% reduction of all base and rare earth metal prices.

The solution is in the place we last expected it to come from. Mining!

This topic is highly detailed in the publication link below.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/109637671/Our-World-the-New-Option

I would love to get the feedback of TED readers involved with Green Tech, Climate Change, Government Policy, Change Leadership, and Human Development.

Brendon Butler

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    Mar 2 2013: you are on your own business agenda. this is nothing but advertising.
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      Mar 3 2013: Hello Krisztian, what exactly am I selling in a free publication and who exactly would actually buy any part of it?
      Best regards
      Brendon
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        Mar 3 2013: i don't know, but more to that, i don't even want to know. that is supposed to be a discussion forum, not a billboard to your cause.
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          Mar 3 2013: Hello Krisztian,
          You are more than welcome to ask me questions.

          I understand how my publication can be difficult to understand as it crosses the divide of practical solutions tied into philosophical changes amongst most levels of the economic and human development spread.

          I do not know your background, which makes it difficult for me to help you understand how this may affect people in your particular position (if you were actually curious) considering you only wish to provide me with statements.

          Metals supply and prices are the foundation to our economy that directly affects many of the humanitarian and development conversations provided by TED. I felt it my responsibility to at least inform members and fellows of TED of these substantial changes. And then to allow myself to answer questions as best I can considering my publication is in the process of global rollout. A rather difficult position you need to understand.
          However, if you feel that I have crossed the line for the informational curiosity of TED guidelines, please inform TED and I will abide by their advice.
          Best regards
          Brendon

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