Thrivikramji.com | Since yesterday, news channels air a story of red brick cutting in the eliyotimala, kozhikod dist. I had a wonderful time in my early professional days to walk along with visiting prospective foreign investors as a geologist. I had also walked with a un geologist from Vienna. The fact of the matter s the magnetite ore and some hematite there is mineable. However all such natural georesource mining is always ridden with objecting advocacy groups. What goes on now is against cutting laterite bricks. Cutting and removal will open up large areas for water recharge. But scarcity of water is due to reasons our friends do not see or understand. The simple reason in the global warming which Indians also contribute to. Our slow moving traffic, coal fired power plants etc are leading causes. But then we don’t want wide and straight roads for smooth and quick flow of traffic. At the peak hours the TVM traffic as like 15 km per hour and the co2 and other vehicle emissions are ignored gently by the top to bottom..unless we worry about remedial measures of slowing climate change we will sink first than many others in another generation. We will hit the 1.7 billion mark and pass china in respect of population and hence our needs as well as harms we inflict…
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Since yesterday, news channels air a story of red brick cutting in the eliyotimala, kozhikod dist. I had a wonderful time in my early professional days to walk along with visiting prospective foreign investors as a geologist. I had also walked with a un geologist from Vienna. The fact of the matter s the magnetite ore and some hematite there is mineable. However all such natural georesource mining is always ridden with objecting advocacy groups. What goes on now is against cutting laterite bricks. Cutting and removal will open up large areas for water recharge. But scarcity of water is due to reasons our friends do not see or understand. The simple reason in the global warming which Indians also contribute to. Our slow moving traffic, coal fired power plants etc are leading causes. But then we don’t want wide and straight roads for smooth and quick flow of traffic. At the peak hours the TVM traffic as like 15 km per hour and the co2 and other vehicle emissions are ignored gently by the top to bottom..unless we worry about remedial measures of slowing climate change we will sink first than many others in another generation. We will hit the 1.7 billion mark and pass china in respect of population and hence our needs as well as harms we inflict…

Since yesterday, news channels air a story of red brick cutting in the eliyotimala, kozhikod dist. I had a wonderful time in my early professional days to walk along with visiting prospective foreign investors as a geologist. I had also walked with a un geologist from Vienna. The fact of the matter s the magnetite ore and some hematite there is mineable. However all such natural georesource mining is always ridden with objecting advocacy groups. What goes on now is against cutting laterite bricks. Cutting and removal will open up large areas for water recharge. But scarcity of water is due to reasons our friends do not see or understand. The simple reason in the global warming which Indians also contribute to. Our slow moving traffic, coal fired power plants etc are leading causes. But then we don’t want wide and straight roads for smooth and quick flow of traffic. At the peak hours the TVM traffic as like 15 km per hour and the co2 and other vehicle emissions are ignored gently by the top to bottom..unless we worry about remedial measures of slowing climate change we will sink first than many others in another generation. We will hit the 1.7 billion mark and pass china in respect of population and hence our needs as well as harms we inflict…

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