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December 04, 2008

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Jean

BEIJING — China's government said Tuesday it still is a developing country despite becoming the second-largest economy, reflecting its reluctance to take on new obligations on climate change and other issues.

Beijing needs to improve life for millions of impoverished Chinese, said a Commerce Ministry spokesman, Yao Jian. It was the government's first public reaction to news Monday that China passed Japan in economic output in the April-to-June quarter, confirming its arrival as a global commercial power.

"China is a developing country," Yao said.

jody

I think green energy is very important if we want to move forward as a country. However I think we are going in the wrong direction. We need to use magnet motors that are over 100% efficient. Some are even 500% efficient. I know this sounds crazy, but we have this technology. It’s just being hidden from you. The Big Energy companies are making $440 billion a year from us. It’s a huge scam. If you would like to see real proof of little guys like me trying to get the word out check out this link. Thank you, jody

diy solar panels

I guess if we all treated the earth like this kenyan proverb everything would be different on this world:

"Treat the Earth well. It was not given to you by your parents. It was loaned to you by your children."

thanks ken for the article keep the good work.

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