CAROL MORRISON

Marysville, CA, United States

About CAROL

Bio

watch "Collapse" you'll want or need to watch "Future by design" it allows you to breath again , ad will "Zeitgeist" after watching these documentaries and many others these seem to me at least to hold a possible key for our future. It has changed my mind and given me a path and a way, but no one person can move a mountain.

An idea worth spreading

set in poor country a 100% self sustained alternative power, all the way up to governing and producing for their own needs and trade.

I'm passionate about

correcting the mistakes that were made generations ago that we know are harming us, but are being to slow to even try to create a new way in underdeveloped countries like hydrogen power.

Talk to me about

hydrogen generators, anything that repairs the environment, compertized viedo classes, green things.

People don't know I'm good at

listening and knowing where others are coming from in thoughts, well many actually know this

Comments & conversations

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CAROL MORRISON
Posted over 3 years ago
How do Corporate Rebels challenge conventional business practices?
watch "Collapse" you'll want or need to watch "Future by design" it allows you to breath again , as will "Zeitgeist" after watching these documentaries and many others these seem to me at least to hold a possible key for our future. It has changed my mind and given me a path and a way, but no one person can move a mountain. These are the radical ways of thinking and accepting the truth of what actually is, instead of what we hope it is, is the only way to correct, change and improve the manor in which we must move forward. Finding that one plan that the majority of people will agree to move forward toward, that is the problem, that one voice that says, I know what is and what we can become.
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CAROL MORRISON
Posted over 3 years ago
What wrong(s) would you right?
Having smaller governments but with more power (since going against the federal government is much harder to do than it is to change things in a local government, federal laws blanket for to much that should be left to localities, in my opinion. As far as religion I don't think they should be tax exempt to many while on there pulpits bring issues into their church like how to vote. If you ask me they should not "back" any person or any political idea, they are separate after all. As far as morality giving the counties more power might cause people with the same morality to move within an area with like minded laws what ever they are, which would over time would allow whole communities to speak with one much stronger voice on many topics. Right now these few are scattered when they are within an area of others like them, perhaps they can see what they now turn a blind eye to. Following what has been the way for many past generation when its clearly not working is beyond crazy but the "don't rock the boat" attitude is why I suggested a "test area" in my previous writing. I think to have change real change agreed upon we will end up having to first prove that it will work before it would replace whats failing now.
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CAROL MORRISON
Posted over 3 years ago
What wrong(s) would you right?
Right again, several times I've tied and fail to get petitions signed so that petition places would be in the places the government supports now anyway. So that it would be easier to change any thing, and many things over time that outrage us that our government does. Since we the people can change laws with a majority of voters signature on a petition. But they are trying to stop that right to petition for change all together from what I understand. I've tried of course to get petition sights private but had problems there too (it was first) I'm no longer trying to do that. I recently, with the "big government" failing, am looking for ways to give out smaller government (state, county and city, more power and the federal less.) One idea was to have money collected not go "up" the ladder to the federal ladder (each "rung costs to run it" where once at the "top" it then makes its way back down once again costing money along the way. Instead a bank account for separate things where on the county level only for example 15% would go higher the rest remain there for that county and the state wiould pas 15% of what it collects from all the counties to the federal instead of the feds telling the states how to spend that money. Also because of jobs set out of the country, we need to assemble products her in order to get we the people working again, but have the parts and pieces still made over sea's. And to create small assembly plants instead of one huge plant so that competition between plants at the consumer level would or at least could prompt a status to which assembly plant the product was from. Import tax (which would go to support the federal government)would be less on parts but so high on the "whole assembled product" that is shipped in so that they are the same market price. Besides an assembled product might more likely be used to ship in contraband. I would also roll back the salaries to 1990 for elected offices.
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CAROL MORRISON
Posted over 3 years ago
What wrong(s) would you right?
I totally agree. Even if we have to take an area of a underdeveloped country or area to build in order to prove that there is a viable alternative power, on up to methods of teaching, governing, producing products, ect. would be a testing ground to prove a point. Perhaps in South America or in poor areas of the east.