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  • maplecherrypie maplecherrypie May 18, 2010 1:25 PM Flag

    The Paste Is Not Dry Yet

    A Grey Whale Stumbles on Green Profits

    Click is right in the middle of a revolution just

    Adding Stock is what I believe all should be doing

    A grey whale recently appeared off the Mediterranean coast of Israel.

    It's the first time a grey whale has been spotted outside the Pacific Ocean since the 18th century.

    Because of melting arctic ice, the whale erroneously headed into the Atlantic via the Northwest Passage, before turning left at Gibraltar and heading into the Mediterranean.

    The whale thought is was headed down the Pacific Coast to the Gulf of California.

    Now you may be wondering what a gray whale has to do with green investing. The answer is more than you know...

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    GE calls it "the biggest investment of the first half of the century."

    Cisco has claimed it'll be "1,000 times bigger than the internet."

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    Money in the Mediterranean

    From article

    Having a mother who was born in Naples, I've visited the Mediterranean several times... eaten its fresh seafood... enjoyed its warm breezes... swam in the Blue Grotto... and taken boats to Sicily.

    Its aesthetic value is immeasurable.

    But I never imagined that it could put money into my own pocket.

    Yet it's about to do just that.

    Twelve hundred miles east of Sicily lies the Western Shore of Israel, the final destination of our grey whale.

    And it's there that we can begin to see the money in the Mediterranean.

    You see, the whale arrived just in time to witness the inauguration of the largest reverse osmosis desalination plant in the world.

    Costing nearly half-a-billion dollars to build and with a network of pipes reaching far into the sea, the plant can take the salt out of 33 billion gallons of freshwater each year.

    It's the third of five such facilities that will dot Israel's coastline, eventually providing two-thirds if the country's drinking water.

    I must emphasize this point. These plants will provide 66% of Israel's drinking water.

    The company behind them is IDE Technologies, and this outfit is doing nothing less than banishing water shortages from the face of the earth — a goal that has been ambitiously pursued by the entire world for decades.

    Israel sees the impact, and has already allocated $500 billion to ensure the plants are connected to the country's water distribution system.

    The potential for a large garden spot to be created
    in the Middle East for many reasons is to big to

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    • "Click here to get all the details and claim your share today."

      What, click not working out for you. Pumping up another stock??? Or is it a real estate scam??? Do you really have that huge of an ego to think there are all these suckers out there I can scam with my posts of constant "Buy now" or "claim your share today"?

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