Saturday, January 31, 2009

Nothing to do with Saving the World, yet interesting


Sonar found out that he was “created to stop/kill” Radar. But how much of this do YOU think is possible? Come to my blog ( and vote on who YOU think would win the battle.

Personally, I cannot say because unfortunately, both are my friends. However, I believe that the prophecy in Harry Potter “Neither Shall Live While The Other Survives” might prove true here as well.

Let’s see what the readers think the outcome will be. I’m extremely curious on who the readers have more faith in.

Let the voting begin.


Friday, January 30, 2009

Here's an intersting fact I learned in my Earth&Space Science class today :

*Using Geyser powerd plants [power plants?] for energy is extremly cost efficient.

obvioulsy it does no harm to the enviroment, and you are using enrgy that is other wise deminished into the air. [that may not be possible. becuase I don't think you can destroy enrgy.]

It may take more time to recieve more energy, because it takes awhile to fill up the water chambers so that the geyser will blow again, but it sure beats neclear power plants!

Don't you think?

Thursday, January 29, 2009

New Girl

so i'm the new girl on this blog. well i guess saving the world is something everyone wants to do at one point and now is the piont where i believe that saving the world is the way to go. so my first save the world thing is actually
SAVE THE WOLVES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

u c, wolves r my fav animal and people are killing them left and right. people claim that wolves are dangerous and they kill them. wolves wouldn't be so dangerous if people weren't killing their food and destroying their natural haitat. so all u hunters, try not to kill so many rabits, deer, and other things that wolves eat. then maybe they would stop coming so close to humans and getting killed. also, u builder peoples

sorry bout the language, this is something i feel very strongly about.
SAVE THE WOLVES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Silvana and Baina

We are new to this blog.
Just wanted know. Say hi, and introduce ourselves.

We would separate into two blogs but it was easier to share this one and since we're twins, well I guess it doesn't really matter...

I for one would love to see an eclipse and I found that article real interesting. (The one below, that Tilla posted)

I know this is fairly short and has nothing to do with Saving the World, but we just wanted to say hi.

Silvana and Baina Emerson

Just an interesting thing I saw

PARIS (AFP) – A few lucky people in the Indian Ocean will be treated to a rare event on Monday when an annular solar eclipse will transform the Sun into a dark disc with a blazing ring-shaped corona around its rim.

In solar eclipses, the Moon moves between the Sun and Earth, casting its shadow on the terrestrial surface.

In an annular eclipse, a tiny shift in distance that results from celestial mechanics means the Moon does not completely cover the Sun's face, as it does in a total eclipse.

Instead, for those directly under the alignment, the Moon covers most of the Sun's surface, and a ring-like crown of solar light blazes from the edge of the disk.

For those watching from the fringe of the track, the Sun is partially obscured, as if a bite has been taken out of it.

According to veteran NASA eclipse-watcher Fred Espenak, the total eclipse track will run from west to east on Monday from 0606 GMT to 0952 GMT.

It will traverse the Indian Ocean and western Indonesia before petering out just short of Mindanao, the Philippines.

The partial eclipse will be seen in a much wider swathe, including the southern third of Africa, Madagascar, Australia, Southeast India, Southeast Asia and Indonesia.

It will be the only annular solar eclipse this year. The last was on 7 February, 2007, and after Monday, the next one will be on 15 January, 2010.

The big event for eclipse junkies this year is on July 22, when a total solar eclipse will be visible from India and China, the world's two most populous countries.


Sunday, January 18, 2009


Trappers kill harmless animals for fur.......They say it's so they don't over populate...I still don't think it's right.....What do you think?


Saturday, January 17, 2009


well, i haven't posted on here yet and i decided, "hey, wh not? might as well let thepeoples here know that I'm alive and kickin' still." so, here i am posting. about what, i have yet to decide.

alright, i may have decided.

it's so unfortunate that our generation(assuming that the majority of people here happen to be of my generation) is inheriting the planet the way it's becoming. it's quite unfortunate. I know hat a lot of adults of the baby boomer generation(my parents and likely yours) want to help the environment and everything, but i've noticed that there's a lot of "It's not my problem 'cause I'm gonna be long gone by then" attitude among them. And all of the systems(government, school, work) are encouraging us to become just like them because, according to them, that's the only way we're ever gonna survive in the world. what we really need to do, though, is break out of the "man's" shackles and take the earth into our own hands. 'cause not a lot of other people seem to be wanting to do much except our generation.and even then there's those of us that have already been indoctrinated into the baby boomer way of thinkning and think that all we need is money which can be gotten by going into businesses that use up our natural resources and pollute the environment. It's just not right! Or fair! i know, i now, life isn't fair! but i think we deserve a chance to try and repair the world without the other generations getting in our way. they should be trying to help us, not carrying on with destructive ways of life!!

It gets to me sometimes, i gotta say.

The moral of the story is try to get as many people as possible thinkning about the ennvironment before money. I know how hard it is in todays society, which revolves almost COMPLETELY around money, but i know it's worth a try and we can do it iif there's enough people helping!! After all, I'd like to see us inherit the world in one piece and as healthy as we can get it.

Here's some people saving the world!! awesome stuff here!!

~Cuppy Fox

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Vroom vroom!!

Hey look at this!



Monday, January 12, 2009

NEW MEMBER ALERT!! (nothing to do with saving the world, sorry folks!)

Hi, I'm Seth.

Discription of specimen: Dark black hair that covers most of it's face, tanish skin, black apparel, sarchastic attitude, foster-home kid origionally brought up by raving LUNATICS!! until age nine. Since then it's been living in different foster homes until his mom either gets out of jail/nut-house, or dad reappears. Neither are likely. Sister, Violet, dead. Specimen under the care of Dr. and Mrs. Blake Langly.

Oh, and another thing, kids, *i don't exist*

Uh Hiya!

Hello!!!I'm so sorry I havn't posted in a while......To give you an idea about me....These pics.The right one is me and my cat twinkle...The other is Twinkle and my kitten Punkin..Yes I spelled that right it's Punkin...Punk for short...The sad thing is Punkin has a disorder that makes her stay small her whole life......
-Heather/chained up with sand

Sunday, January 11, 2009

The world is doomed. Embrace it, but just not yet.

This is reporter doctor Hector Shade here. Or just Nathaniel. You know what I find is funny? No matter what we do, the earth is doomed. YAY! Well, give it a couple billion years. BOOOOOO! One day our sun will die out, and then explode, sucking us into the black hole left behind. Isn't that scrumptious!

Now, I'm not for global warming, or the destruction of the earth, but we, as a generation are trying to act so much better, but aren't we doing the same thing we always do? Shifting the world's next big problem onto the next generation's shoulders? If you guessed yes, then your right! Because human kind is bound to screw up again. Why? Because we're human kind! It's what we do best! And keep in mind, global warming isn't entirely our fault. It is a natural occurrence. Not saying that we aren't screwing up though, because global warming was blown out of proportion by, who else? US! HIGH FIVE FOR US SCREW UPS!

But there will be another problem, that will be just as threatening. And the next generation will be like "HEY! HOW DID YOU NOT SEE THIS COMING!? JESUS! Well, looks like generation peanut needs to clean up! HIGH FIVE! Who gets to save the world this time? PEANUT! PEANUT!" and then once they do, there will be a documentary about it, and at the end it will say. "And so generation Peanut pulled together to stop the Juicy Fruit disaster." and we'll feel ashamed that we didn't see the Juicy Fruit disaster coming. Our only consolation will be that our disaster had a better name. And some day hundreds of years from now, in a social studies text book our story will be told, and it will be really really boring to listen to. And some kid will say. "Look at these plaknars! It took them forever to stop ol' GW!" and then the teacher will say. "Now now Irk. Those were different times. Uh oh! Look out, another wave of Blazing Photon is coming! Prepare your desk shields!" then the boy will say. "Looks like generation Laser Fang is going to have to save the earth! Stupid generation Hydro Pump." And the teacher will look down in shame.

My point is, besides that we can't compete with a disaster named Blazing Photon, or a generation called Laser Fang, that if or when we do, don't act so smurky about it, because the human race is going to have a lot of problems to it's bitter black holey end. And don't frown too much on the human race. A chain is only as strong as it's weakest link, and we have a hell of a lot of weak links. We produce smart, and great people. We have produced heroes, but not everyone is a hero. So let's save the world from global warming, and do what we can about the next problem, die, and be yammered on about in a text book by a teacher from a generation named after a Pokemon attack, and be happy that we served our purpose.



Good Afternoon Bloggers

Response to the last post and it's comments (it was getting too long to be a comment so I decided to post it instead)

As we learned in our former government and economics class before we had to start running for our lives again,scientists are thinking about taking the salt out of salt water to provide more freshwater. There isn't really many options for that one that I can think of at the moment...

(Lilac in the background) ...not many ways that are PEACEFUL anyhow...

Yeah, Lilac thinks that we should cause a great explosion that takes human population down to a couple million. Sure like THAT'S gonna do any good. *sarcasm*

Anyway, I can say for a fact that Echo has hugged a tree, I definitely have not and Lilac...well maybe hugged it in a sense that she was in it trying to hide and not fall out of the tree.

This is a blog where people gather to discuss the monstrosities of the earth whether or not we can do anything about it. It is NOT a cult, Radar. It a place where we can simply express our opinions and band together. It is after all OUR generation and our children's and grand children's generation that get stuck with the older generations mistakes.

Unfortunately, last year in a Global Studies class I found that half of the school we were attending couldn't care less about what happened to our earth. THIS is what the few of us who DO actually care have to deal with. People who don't care one way or the other. I think that that is PATHETIC

(Lilac) ...and weak...lazy...stupid...

Right...We aren't saying that we are obsessive tree huggers, but at least we CARE to a degree about what happens to the earth. After all, whatever comes of the earth, effect ALL humans. We are here because we want to try, however little we can do, to do something to make a difference. (Hint hint, instead of JUST ranting on the blog, rant, but participate where you live)

J.Pan probably got mad at the tree for a branch or something falling on her or whatnot. You should have see what she TRIED to do when challenging the ocean after a wave nearly knocked her over.

How can one tell when ones dog...never mind...

Tilla and the rest of the Coven

Question: Are we suck-ups?

Seth here. So, like, i'm new to this whole thing, and I sometimes think that some things get a little tree-huggery. But sometimes things actually make rational sense.

97% of the earth is water. Now is all that water drinkable fresh water? No. Of course not. That would just make life so much easier, and that's not how things roll. 3% of the earth's water is fresh water, and two percent of that is frozen at either poles of the world. Which leaves me to the conclusion that 1% goes to human beings. There are billions of us freakazoids on the earth, and we all share the water.
Now it's up to you to decide what to do about it.


(P.S. How'd I get invited to this surorrity anyway? I'm not even a tree hugger.)

Thursday, January 8, 2009

sorry random thought.

They should make disinegratable soda can holders.

like when they get wet they disinegrate and stuff. so yea.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

I found out about this website

It's something like you give free rice to kids in Africa who need it every time you get a question right.


Soooooooooooooo Thats it

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

The Endless Building

Hey, It's Moonwolf posting for the First time on this Blog! WooT!

I've realized that Human beings are always building bigger or better things, even though Oh-so-long ago we didn't need all of these fancy stuff...all we needed was a cave and some sticks! Does anyone know why Human beings need to build so much? We build and build, but it all gets torn down anyway!

My question is this:Why are we always building so much things that we never use and claim we need?

Signed: Moonwolf - The hunter for the true path

Monday, January 5, 2009

You know that youtube video link someone posted a while ago??? Here it is

I thought it was about time someone posted on the blog!!!!!!!!!

Gotta Fly!

Thursday, January 1, 2009


You people think the best energy/fuel sources are:

49 (72%)

39 (57%)

39 (57%)

22 (32%)

3 (4%)

Natural Gas
5 (7%)

4 (5%)

21 (30%)

Other(please explain in comment)
9 (13%)

Votes : 68