Jah Kable

Thinker ready to be unleashed upon the world
Troy, NY, United States

About Jah

Bio

Just a young guy who wants to see the world be the absolute best it can be!

Languages

English

Areas of Expertise

Logic and Reasoning, Kindness, Compassion & Empathy, Constructive Criticism

An idea worth spreading

P.L.U.R. (Peace Love Unity Respect) Could use some more advocates and powerful voices.

I'm passionate about

Science, Humanity, Consciousness, Logical Thought, Equality, General Advancement of Technologies & P.L.U.R. (Peace Love Unity Respect) Also I'm very worried about what the Federal Reserve.

Talk to me about

Anything at all. If i don't know much about the topic you can teach me!

People don't know I'm good at

Being a "psychologist" I guess. I just like helping people see things from a different perspective so they can understand how and why from another persons place or mindset.

My TED story

Well I love to see all these ideas and techs that people are inventing and innovating. It inspires me to do whatever i can, whenever i can. That is something i hold to my soul. If i can help someone then I will help someone. Karma is a big belief of mine and common decency to others. I don't do good because I fear the repercussion of bad, I do it because i feel its right and i should. I don't agree with the selfishness and irresponsibility of the majority of the worlds mindset. We are all truly one society that needs to unite or it will lead to our violent, untimely demise.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

190789
Jah Kable
Posted about 1 year ago
Monsanto is an organisation that is poisoning the world.
GMOs have been proven to rapidly increase tumor growth. http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2012/09/20/monsantos-gm-corn-and-cancer-in-rats-real-scientists-deeply-unimpressed-politics-not-science-perhaps/ http://www.naturalnews.com/037249_gmo_study_cancer_tumors_organ_damage.html I won't blame Monsanto because they seem untouchable due to their "political contributions". So now I say we should attack the people who allow corporations like this to operate. The fact is we know GMOs cause cancer in organic life. We know GMOs help big business save money (like they don't have enough already). We know that simply asking will not work. I know that labeling poison is not the solution. Only people who are sick in the mind think this is ok. It just so happens that these people are the ones that "represent" the majority of us. They make choices based on profit margins that never have and never will benefit the thousand upon thousands of people they employ. Their most valuable resource is US. If they don't have us, they have nothing. We can blame people to try and achieve change, we can change our lifestyles to create change or we can cut off the leeches that do ungodly things to fellow beings. It is our choice and however we choose to go about changing the future will be our legacy. Set a great and powerful example for your children. Teach them something they will teach their children and one day they will live in the perfect world that we all dreamed about. All they will know is living, laughing, and loving. :D Have a good day everyone. Sincerely, My logic mixed with some passion and anger
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Jah Kable
Posted over 1 year ago
Why are the alternate power sources not being implemented on a world-wide scale? There is a tipping point and we must be close by now!!!
Well thank you very much Mike. I really do appreciate it and have given thought to such consequences, environmentally, of course. I can't put a monetary value on our survival or the earths survival. I immediately think solar panels would increase global temperatures due to the reflective surface. Tidal and Hydro-Electric would interfere with the ecosystem IF implemented in a plan that hasn't been thoroughly thought out. As for Wind, I don't really see anything besides one breaking to peices and crashing to the ground. Nature is strong and will work around the turbines without hesitation, as long as we don't use paint that is poison or materials that rust. Which is all possible we just have to stay committed to it.
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Jah Kable
Posted over 1 year ago
Why are the alternate power sources not being implemented on a world-wide scale? There is a tipping point and we must be close by now!!!
To tell you the truth, I don't think it would be bad for the economy. For one we would have more money to spend throughout our economy instead of making a few select people rich beyond belief. For the resource allocation I'd have to say this isn't checkers, it's chess. We could spend money now on American-made (seeing as I'm American) Renewable Energy. The workers are American so they spend money in America, not to mention people would buy houses, cars, ect. There's most of the cost right back into our economy. I know this is optimistic but shouldn't we be? This is all without mentioning our Defense budget. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2013/01/07/everything-chuck-hagel-needs-to-know-about-the-defense-budget-in-charts/ From The Washington Post "All told, the U.S. government spent about $718 billion on defense and international security assistance in 2011 — more than it spent on Medicare. That includes all of the Pentagon’s underlying costs as well as the price tag for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, which came to $159 billion in 2011. It also includes arms transfers to foreign governments. (Note that this figure does not, however, include benefits for veterans, which came to $127 billion in 2011, or about 3.5 percent of the federal budget. If you count those benefits as “defense spending,” then the number goes up significantly.) U.S. defense spending is expected to have risen in 2012, to about $729 billion, and then is set to fall in 2013 to $716 billion, as spending caps start kicking in." That is a SUBSTANTIAL amount of money and to consider the veterans and their families that end up receiving benefits, not that they shouldn't. Less soldiers and weapons means less spent on benefits and less violence, all while we invest in renewable energy to lower our need for fossil fuels. As I said before it's very optimistic but it is not impossible. Thanks for the reply Nadav. The input is most certainly appreciated!
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Jah Kable
Posted over 1 year ago
Why are the alternate power sources not being implemented on a world-wide scale? There is a tipping point and we must be close by now!!!
I have to say this whole "we dont have the capital/money to do this" is BS. A company that makes solar panels could steal a page from the banks playbook and lease/loan the solar panels and get monthly payments on them. Pollution will decrease. Natural resources could be used for other things that renewable energy can't be used for. Yeah solar panels are expensive and yeah they want to make a bunch of money. Well understand this, if you're dead you can't make any money. We say we're smart but it seems greed is overriding all that.
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Jah Kable
Posted over 1 year ago
Why are the alternate power sources not being implemented on a world-wide scale? There is a tipping point and we must be close by now!!!
http://www.residentialsolarpanels.org/ Invest now and save later AND saving the environment. The average home could be essentially zero cost for the price of a cheap college. After 10 years of todays solar panels they would be free due to savings and after that you would just be getting paid for having the panels. Win for you Win for the environment. Everyone could do that especially if the industry pulled back on the prices of the technology. Give it 5 years and the price will go from 15k to 6k to fully power an average home. That's all with no pollution as well. I'll say it again. the price doesn't matter... because if you give it some time it's more than worth it price wise and pollution wise. We just want to do things the easy way and we, actually, our kids will pay the price for our greed, laziness, and short mindedness.
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Jah Kable
Posted over 1 year ago
Why are the alternate power sources not being implemented on a world-wide scale? There is a tipping point and we must be close by now!!!
Maybe 20 times more expensive to install.... then the only time you have to spend money is to upgrade them to more efficient models. I think that would beat spending money everyday to get fossil fuels, not to mention all the labor and equipment costs for the coal mines, oil wells, power plants and their power lines, pollution, ect. The change would be a nice little shot to the wallet today but it's like renting VS buying. Spend more at once to save in the long run.
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Jah Kable
Posted over 1 year ago
Evolutionary! Let me know your thoughts and how you could help facilitate something like this.
"At what point would it become so important that we are to start hurling bombs or shooting people, because such wild-eyed ranting as yours feeds the bomb-throwers." Specifically the second part of this quote.Ranting like mine feeds "bomb-throwers".Those people are called extremists and I don't approve of that. People who oppose multi-million/billion dollar corporations are usually the people being attack. Who did Monsanto hire??? Blackwater mercenaries or whatever they are called. http://www.naturalnews.com/040492_gmo_activists_monsanto_blackwater.html The ones who stand to lose profits are the ones that attack, covertly of course. If you read my comments I'm quite sure I said in one manner or another that I don't condone violence or the use of violence to coax someone to think like me. I'll admit that if you think what I'm saying is impossible or too expensive, I'd say you care too much about dead people on fancy paper. History has proven that people will do very bad things to get rich or become powerful. Seeing as I have tolerated this world and attempted to compromise and just can't stand all the things i see not happening because of money. Kids starve because of money. People don't get medical attention because of money. We don't take advantage of technology to save natural resources because of money. If money was gone these problems would disappear. You can disagree if you want but I'm still going to do what I've been doing and spread the message I've been spreading. By the way the new world will be ran by the people. We can communicate world wide in the blink of an eye. Man I don't know though, if you can't see it than I'm sorry. I see a great future in my mind and have hope that something close to it can be achieved. We just have to work together. One day we will see and I really do hope something changes peoples minds even if it is not me. It was good debating with you Bryan. I look forward to the next one.