Former Coastguardsman - US Coast Guard, Former Merchant Mariner - Zapata Gulf Marine, Former Commercial Fisherman - Alaska and the North Atlantic/ Irish Sea, Salesman - Media, Entrepreneur - Artisan Food Products and Sailor - Drunken.
Areas of Expertise
Paper Machines and Laboratory Equipment and Commercial Fishing
An idea worth spreading
The idea is for all humans to be humble and recognize that we are an animal that is still driven by ancient instincts to survive and procreate and that this instinct is the root of our ego and responsible for our insatiable desire for more of whatever it is that we like as an individual. It is my belief we are slaves to our egos until such time as we, as individuals, can accept the world is not about me or you but about the collective consciousness of humanity as a whole. You see my friends, one may have all the money in the world and think they are the greatest who ever lived but in reality they are slaves to their own egos. Humility, love and understanding are my messages.
I'm passionate about
Making the planet a better place through peace and understanding and honoring the duty we have to make a sustainable future for generations to come. Population Control and Education.
Talk to me about
We must have industry. We must have taxes. We must have transparency in all things. We must have a majority of the population who agree on sustainability. Less is more!
People don't know I'm good at
Education, It may be time to start separating those who get it and those who don't. By continuing to feed the ignorant we exacerbate their problems. That is the law of nature we now defy. We will pay.
My TED story
Pollution controls are expensive but as you see there is a job creating industry in environmental protection itself? The money required to implement environmental safety is only being re-distributed and Industry pass their costs on to the consumer. In fact we create added value through extended factory lifespans, better public image and greater profitability through reducing risk. Seems to me there is a win/win situation industry and environmentalits that could leave your great, great grandchildren with jobs and a beautiful place to live just like you have enjoyed.