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The protesters compared the actions of the
authorities to the actions of junglers using tricks
to deceive the public. The coronavirus is a global
scam.

The protest action in Berlin was attended
by up to 20 thousand people. The reason for the
demonstration was tough restrictive measures
from December 16 to January 10. The danger of
innovation. expand all laws against the people. In
addition, the new legislation will allow civil
servants to collect data about citizens by phone
number.

Today, all law enforcement agencies
of all countries of the world, all civil servants of
all levels and ranks, the Ministry of Health,
celebrities from all over the world, the media of
Germany, Russia, the USA, the EU, Asia, Africa,
the East and the whole world are involved in the
coronavirus fraud.

All illness and death world wide are the direct result
of pollution of water, soil and air around the world.

Today, all civil servants of all countries of the
world deceive everyone around the world that
people get sick and die - from the coronavirus.

There is no coronavirus and no pandemic, there is
a global business - a coronavirus scam, a
business scam with the aim of making billions of
dollars and euros. Liars and swindlers of all
stripes, who are in power in all countries of the
world, have turned people into monsters, destroy
Nature.

Save Planet World Protector of Nature Banjov Nazarali Kholnazarovich.

Ruin and pollution of the Earth, water and air as a
result of the criminal activities of all mankind.
People do not think about the consequences of
their crimes against Nature: they are confident in
their complete impunity.

Environmental problems in the world are acquiring
the scale of a global catastrophe, if they are not
solved today, then tomorrow it will be too late.
There remains the only chance to save Nature,
completely abandon human civilization and live
like the rest of the animal world.

The sources of all diseases and terrible painful
deaths are everywhere, it is human civilization,
urbanization and industrialization:
These three factors turned the earthly paradise
into horror and hell, disfigured and poisoned
all of Nature.

The Earth and the atmosphere on the Planet are
the same, if people somewhere destroy something,
it upsets the ecological balance in the whole world.

Soon we will be left without water, without air and
without plants. Doesn't humanity understand that
the destroyed, polluted and poisoned Earth, water
and atmosphere will never return in its pure form.

Today, the water level is at a record low
and will reach catastrophic levels by 2030 due to
the extraction coal, oil, ore, gas, bauxite, asbestos,
tin, manganese salt, soil, gravel, sand, stone,
diamonds, gold, silver, nickel, copper, pyrite, zinc,
lead, chromium, aluminum, titanium, cobalt,
magnesium, uranium, oxides and much more.

I, Banjov Nazarali Kholnazarovich, ask all people
to stop destroying Nature. Several centuries ago
there were few people in the world and there were
no cities, transport and industry, then there was a
real paradise. And today it is a real hell, the
whole world is poisoned with toxic waste, it hurts
to see how people destroy Nature.

Under no circumstances should any excavation or
mining work in the world be permitted as it
destroys natural landscapes. 58 years ago there
were many green and clean places in many parts
of the world. And today everything is poisoned
everywhere. The whole world is drowning in toxic
waste, hundreds of billions of tons of the most
dangerous waste are scattered around the world,
on Earth in gorges, rivers, lakes, seas, oceans,
and all toxic waste from all over the world is
dumped there.

People Industrialization and urbanization have led to
the complete poisoning and destruction of the entire
globe and water sources.
Mining of coal, oil, ore, gas, bauxite, asbestos,
tin, manganese salt, soil, gravel, sand, stone,
diamonds, gold, silver, nickel, copper, pyrite, zinc, lead, chromium, aluminum, titanium, cobalt,magnesium,
uranium, oxides and much more:
Extraction of all that in the world will lead
to the complete destruction of the entire globe and to
the shallowing of rivers, lakes of the sea and the
Aral Sea and the complete disappearance of
fresh water throughout the world.

Today, many countries in the world are experiencing
an acute shortage of clean water. No one can purify
polluted water from toxic substances. Secondly,
no sewage treatment plant in the world has ever skillfully
and will not be able to purify water from harmful
toxic substances.

I, Banjov Nazarali Kholnazarovich
appeal to all of humanity, stop for a
second and imagine this picture, that there is
nothing to breathe, there is no water at all, there
is heat and drought, then we will all be finished.

Save Nature and protect the world from
humanity. The most terrible and monstrous
actions of mankind have led, will lead to terrible
consequences to the complete destruction of the
entire globe: All over the world, huge underground
voids, quarries, cracks and cracks - from the
extraction of coal, oil, ore, gas, bauxite, asbestos,
tin, manganese salt, soil, gravel, sand, stone,
diamonds, gold, silver, nickel, copper, pyrite, zinc,
lead, chromium, aluminum, titanium, cobalt,
magnesium, uranium, oxides and much more,
have led to the destruction of the entire globe.

Protectors of nature from all over the
world urge people to refuse from everything
harmful in the name of Nature. It is a pity that the
vast majority of people do not heed the voice of
conservationists.

Monstrous people all over the
world think that they live on another planet, that's
why they are so brazenly destroying Nature.

The ecological situation all over the world is
terrible and requires an early resolution, otherwise
a terrible catastrophe will happen.
Environmentalists call on the whole world to
permanently stop mining Extraction of coal, oil, ore,
gas, bauxite, asbestos, tin, manganese salt, soil, gravel,
sand, stone, diamonds, gold, silver, nickel, copper, pyrite,
zinc, lead, chromium, aluminum, titanium, cobalt,
magnesium, uranium, oxides and much more.

All living things in the world get sick and die from
chemicals - herbicides, pesticides, exhaust
transport gases, industrial complexes, landfills,
sewers, cesspools and so on.

People have poisoned all the water, the entire earth
and the entire atmosphere, and nowhere in the world
is there anything pure, not even one milligram of
water, everything and everyone is poisoned in the
whole world. Humanity has created hell and
horror all over the world with its own hands.

I, Banjov Nazarali Kholnazarovich,
ask all people to stop destroying and dominating
Nature and the whole world. There is no difference
between us and all living things in the whole world,
we are all creatures of Nature.
Plants, animals and we are all children of the Earth,
and we are all one family. And we all must live with
the whole world - according to the laws of Nature
and save the World from a worldwide
ecological catastrophe.

The destruction of the globe led to drought and
loss of water in many regions of the world: due
to the extraction of coal, oil, ore, gas, bauxite,
asbestos, tin, manganese, soil, soil, gravel, sand,
stone, diamonds, gold, silver. , nickel, copper,
pyrite, zinc, lead, chromium, aluminum, titanium,
cobalt, magnesium, uranium, oxides and much
more: the extraction of all this led to the
destruction of the entire globe and the
disappearance of rivers, streams, lakes,
groundwater and swamps.

Fresh water will forever disappear all over the world
in 20 years if people today do not stop mining coal,
oil, ore, gas, bauxite, asbestos, tin, manganese, salt,
soil, gravel, sand, stone. , diamonds, gold, silver,
nickel, copper, pyrite, zinc, lead, chromium,
aluminum, titanium, cobalt, magnesium, uranium,
oxides and more.

The entire Earth, all water and the entire
atmosphere are constantly poisoned, and all
fields, meadows and forests around the world
have been poisoned with herbicides and
pesticides beyond recognition for many years due
to the criminal activities of all mankind, many
animals and plants have been destroyed all over
the world, all forests are being destroyed at high
speed around the clock.

Due to the criminal activities of mankind, the
volume of fresh water around the world has
decreased by 80 percent, the concentration of
oxygen in the atmosphere has decreased by 90
percent.

The ozone layer in the atmosphere has collapsed
from to a catastrophic level - 94 percent due to toxic
emissions, causing glaciers around the world to
melt and reach the point of no return. Due to the
destruction of the ozone layer, moisture and
water evaporate a thousand times faster, this is
already a global disaster.

Climate change for the worse, shallowing and
drying up of rivers and lakes in different parts of
the world, melting of icebergs and the Arctic
Ocean, earthquakes, hurricanes, acid rain and
snow. Humanity knows about this and continues
to destroy the world and continues to poison - the
Earth, the atmosphere and water. From this we
are all sick and do not live, we suffer and die
painfully.

Human civilization, urbanization and
industrialization have led to the destruction of all
life in the world and to a global environmental
catastrophe. Before it is too late, we can save
Nature, for this we must all stop mining coal, oil, ore,
gas, bauxite, asbestos, tin, manganese, soil, soil,
gravel, sand, stone, diamonds, gold, silver. , nickel,
copper, pyrite, zinc, lead, chromium, aluminum,
titanium, cobalt, magnesium, uranium,
oxides and much more: This is the only way
to prevent a global ecological catastrophe
and save the Earth.

We, people, should not gazpodstvat over the
world and over someone there is.
No difference between us and all living things
in the world.
Plants, animals and we are children of the Earth,
and we are all one family. And we with the whole
world must live according to the laws of Nature
and save the whole world from destruction and
ecological catastrophe.

Pollution (pollution of land, air and water):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP3pbh_-pu8&sns=tw.

Pollution BBC
documentary on the oil spill:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zGFvzMMO9w&sns=tw

In China, all rivers are poisoned:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfIfYKvyPVo

Ecology of the Earth:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUwnn99YOC0&sns=tw.

Pollution (Land, Air and Water Pollution):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP3pbh_-pu8&sns=tw.

Exxon Valdez oil spill:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtF-4JvSh8o&sns=tw.

Profit Pollution and Deception BP and the Oil Spill BBC Documentary:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zGFvzMMO9w&sns=tw.

Environmental problems of the Earth!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pe-KV6J-uE&sns=fb.

Tar Sands Oil Extraction — The Dirty Truth:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkwoRivP17A&sns=tw

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: In the Wake of Disaster | Retro Report | The New York Times:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaRdUHrUnBs

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Many people have called the COVID-19 epidemic
a fiction.

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Acid rain. It was a problem that largely affected U.S.
eastern states. It began in the 1950s when Midwest coal
plants spewed sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides into the
air, turning clouds--and rainfall--acidic.
As acid rain fell, it affected everything it touched,
leaching calcium from soils and robbing plants of
important nutrients. New England's sugar maples were
among the trees left high and dry.
Acid rain also poisoned lakes in places like New York's
Adirondack Mountains, turning them into a witches'
brew of low pH waters that killed fish and brought
numbers of fish-eating birds like loons to the brink.
Then in 1970, the U.S. Congress imposed acid emission
regulations through the Clean Air Act, strengthened two
decades later in 1990. By the 2000s, sulfate and nitrate
in precipitation had decreased by some 40 percent.
Has acid rain now blown over? Or is there a new dark
cloud on the horizon?
In findings recently published in the journal Water
Resources Research , Charles Driscoll of Syracuse
University and the National Science Foundation's (NSF)
Hubbard Brook Long Term Ecological Research (LTER)
site in New Hampshire reports that the reign of acid rain
is far from over.
It's simply "shape-shifted" into a different form.
Hubbard Brook is one of 26 NSF LTER sites across the
nation and around the world in ecosystems from deserts
to coral reefs to coastal estuaries.
Co-authors of the paper are Afshin Pourmokhtarian of
Syracuse University, John Campbell of the U.S. Forest
Service in Durham, N.H., and Katharine Hayhoe of
Texas Tech University. Pourmokhtarian is the lead
author.
Acid rain was first identified in North America at
Hubbard Brook in the mid-1960s, and later shown to
result from long-range transport of sulfur dioxide and
nitrogen oxides from power plants.
Hubbard Brook research influenced national and
international acid rain policies, including the 1990 Clean
Air Act amendments.
Researchers at Hubbard Brook have continued to study
the effects of acid rain on forest growth and on soil and
stream chemistry.
Long-term biogeochemical measurements, for example,
have documented a decline in calcium levels in soils and
plants over the past 40 years. Calcium is leaching from
soils that nourish trees such as maples. The loss is
primarily related to the effects of acid rain (and acid
snow).
Now, Hubbard Brook LTER scientists have
discovered that a combination of today's higher
atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO ) level and its
atmospheric fallout is altering the hydrology and water
quality of forested watersheds--in much the same way
as acid rain.
"It's taken years for New England forests, lakes and
streams to recover from the acidification caused by
atmospheric pollution," says Saran Twombly, NSF
program director for long-term ecological research.
"It appears that these forests and streams are under
threat again. Climate change will likely return them to an
acidified state. The implications for these environments,
and for humans depending on them, are severe."
Climate projections indicate that over the 21st century,
average air temperature will increase at the Hubbard
Brook site by 1.7 to 6.5 degrees Celsius, with increases
in annual precipitation ranging from 4 to 32 centimeters
above the average from 1970-2000.
Hubbard Brook scientists turned to a biogeochemical
model known as PnET-BGC to look at the effects of
changes in temperature, precipitation, solar radiation
and atmospheric CO on major elements such as
nitrogen in forests.
The model is used to evaluate the effects of climate
change, atmospheric deposition and land disturbance on
soil and surface waters in northern forest ecosystems.
It was created by linking the forest-soil-water model
PnET-CN with a biogeochemical sub-model, enabling the
incorporation of major elements like calcium, nitrogen,
potassium and others.
The results show that under a scenario of future climate
change, snowfall at Hubbard Brook will begin later in
winter, snowmelt will happen earlier in spring, and soil
and stream waters will become acidified, altering the
quality of water draining from forested watersheds.
"The combination of all these factors makes it difficult to
assess the effects of climate change on forest
ecosystems," says Driscoll.
"The issue is especially challenging in small mountain
watersheds because they're strongly influenced by local
weather patterns."
The Hubbard Brook LTER site has short, cool summers
and long, cold winters. Its forests are made up of
northern hardwood trees like sugar maples, American
beeches and yellow birches. Conifers--mostly balsam
firs and red spruces--are more abundant at higher
elevations.
The model was run for Watershed 6 at Hubbard Brook.
"This area has one of the longest continuous records of
meteorology, hydrology and biogeochemistry research in
the U.S.," says Pourmokhtarian.
The watershed was logged extensively from 1910 to
1917; it survived a hurricane in 1938 and an ice storm in
1998.
It may have more to weather in the decades ahead.
The model showed that in forest watersheds, the legacy
of an accumulation of nitrogen, a result of acid rain,
could have long-term effects on soil and on surface
waters like streams.
Changes in climate may also alter the composition of
forests, says Driscoll. "That might be very pronounced in
places like Hubbard Brook. They're in a transition forest
zone between northern hardwoods and coniferous red
spruces and balsam firs."
The model is sensitive to climate that is changing now--
and climate changes expected to occur in the future.
In scenarios that result in water stress, such as
decreases in summer soil moisture due to shifts in
hydrology, the end result is further acidification of soil
and water.

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