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    Astounding Movie on Toxic Oil, Coal, and Utility Companies AND Citizens Winning Against them

    "Power Trip" by Jonathan Scott shows how big energy companies dominate legislators, politicians, and courts to maintain their monopoly high prices.  They  shut down local independent energy, roof-top solar, net metering, and independent competitors.  They harm people through their high prices, pollution, and corrupting influence.  Coal miners get black lung disease,  solar pv installers and companies are shut down, and poor people live next to coal and oil burning utilities, that dump heavy metals, toxic particles, and carcinogenic solvent into the air and water.  But the people win when they organize.  For example, first the utility in NV used lies to win a ballot to shut down local competition.  But they pissed off people so much that the the citizens came back and forced the governor to change and to support local solar energy.  Also, In FL citizens beat back the lies of the FL utility company and defeated a ballot that would have shut down the solar industry.  The industry framed it all in lies,  misstatements, and misdirection- with lots of TV ads posing as grassroots and minority citizens worried about "subsidizing solar" and costs, when in reality the utility companies harm low income people with high prices and pollution.

    Covid Virus Cripples Medical Staff and Takes Advantage of Weaker and Lower Income people

     Ed Yong on covid- inequality, bad health, poor access to healthcare, bad  prison system, less jobs all contribute to severity of covid in lower income and people of color people.  


    Health care workers are exhausted and stressed

     Also he tweeted that there is a 12 day lag time in hospitaliztion after testing positive- so the hospitalization rates go up 12 days after  increases in positive tests

    Ed Yong On How America's Inequality Made Us More Vulnerable to COVID-19 | Code Switch | NPR
    Sep 10, 2020

    Jim Morris jimcmorris@gmail.com

    Lacondon Mayan People Live in Harmony with Nature

    link  They ask permission of a tree before cutting it down to make a canoe for a village family.  They use ceremonies.  They find food everywhere in the jungle.  they are generous and share most things. some normal info

    Virus Hunters Search for Future Diseases



    shut down wet markets of wild animals to eat , keep domestic wildlife and humans away from wild animals,  study which viruses can harm humans, protect wildlife habitat,  ....