WATER CRISIS CALIFORNIA
PROJECT #2 WATER MINISTRY TEXAS
PROJECT #3 Air to Water - Patents R&D
PROJECT #4 H2O CONTAMINATION - MIDLAND, TX
PROJECT #5 H2O CONTAMINATION - WICHITA FALLS
KIRI TREE FARMS AND 1600 ACRE UNITED NATIONS FOREST.
It is popular in its native China for reforestation, roadside planting and as an ornamental tree. It grows well in a wide variety of soil types, notably poor ones, but needs a lot of light and does not like a high water table because of this it is perfect for Texas. Paulownia timber is a pale whitish colored wood with a straight grain. Its characteristics of rot resistance and a very high ignition point ensures the timber's popularity in the world market. The wood is also important in China, Korea, and Japan for making the soundboards of stringed musical instruments. In World War II the wood was used in the Japanese Zero Sen aircraft because of its light weight and great strength. The tree is known to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions ten times more than the average tree and also in return produce ten times more oxygen (O2). It loves toxic waste and can be used to assist in almost every organic remediation project throughout the world.
THIRD WORLD COUNTRY HELP WITH WATER & POWER
DUX INC. - PROJECT MONGOLIA
Legendary Martial Arts, Kumite, & Bloodsport Champion Frank Dux
joins Sustainable Angels to help save the Children of Africa and Asia!
The three men reduce toxic CO2 in the environment by stimulating the anaerobic bacteria discovered in the Barnett Shale. The result is the very first circle of life between the petroleum world and our own ecosystem producing oxygen and natural gas while simultaneously reducing poisonous green house gasses. Project Mongolia involves taking the Air to Water technology to Mongolia where fresh drinking water has become a major issue throughout the country. Perhaps you know an area that needs fresh drinking water and a clean source of power? This could be our next project together. With Mongolia and China receiving some of our educational aide hopefully that will help protect our oceans. But we need your help. The good part about living in the United States is that we are the melting pot of the world, everybody is from somewhere. Most of us have relatives who have left countries because of living conditions or know of people who live in remote areas that need help. We have that technology to help those people with their quality of life by providing water and power. We need Angels who are concerned about specific areas that are in need of a transformation.
HYDROGEN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES