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Meet the $15M Milestone Award Winners
The $100M XPRIZE Carbon Removal, the largest incentive prize in history fighting humanity’s biggest problem, just awarded $1M each to 15 teams.
Congratulations to these milestone winners! Meet the teams here: bit.ly/3xktvDT
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ABOUT XPRIZE
XPRIZE is a global future-positive movement of over 1M people and rising, delivering truly radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity. XPRIZE inspires and empowers a global community of problem-solvers to positively impact our world by crowdsourcing solutions through large-scale competitions, tackling the world’s grandest challenges in exploration, environment and human equity. Active competitions include the $100...
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XPRIZE Carbon Removal: Top 60
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One year into $100M XPRIZE Carbon Removal, thousands of innovators are working on solutions to help save the planet. We’re recognizing these Top 60 teams for delivering the most promising ideas in the competition so far, but any team is eligible to win the Grand Prize. Click thru to learn more bit.ly/3xktvDT ABOUT XPRIZE XPRIZE is a global future-positive movement of over 1M people and rising, ...
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XPRIZE Racial Equity Alliance Brain Trust Member Sherri Howard
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Comments

  • Victor Gospodinov
    Victor Gospodinov 21 hour ago

    I am a participant in this competition and I think that the main problem of this competition is the lack of feedback between the organizers and participants. The organizers and judges of the competition could give a brief opinion on the submitted projects. Point out errors and inaccuracies. As a result, promising ideas can be lost due to small errors. The second drawback is the insane insurance requirements for participants. Insurance must be at least $1,000,000. In most countries, this is simply not possible. As a result, the vast majority of participants are eliminated from the competition due to this mandatory requirement. Competition for the rich? Well, in my understanding, this is monetary discrimination and it is no better than discrimination based on race or gender.

  • The Real Goku
    The Real Goku 2 days ago

    I put this stuff on video because it's REAL I am making THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE thexvid.com/user/shortsUktnAvP1Frg?feature=share

  • Ray Hughes
    Ray Hughes 2 days ago

    It's just a question of when. We can reverse that collectively if we all step up our game and do what's right for the planet and civilization.

  • Ray Hughes
    Ray Hughes 2 days ago

    Elon makes a great point. We only have one planet. That said this gives light on just how greedy of a people we are. Think about all the companies that have spilled waist intentionally into the ground and we're fine couple of candy bars for that sin over the years. all the trash people throw out of their windows in their cars all the people that fail to recycle all the people that continue to burn toxic waste. Seems that they're not concerned with their children's future or the future of civilization in the whole. We need to step up our game folks. We only have one planet we have nowhere to go as Elon says why run the risk. This behavior is for sure putting us in a doomsday scenario.

  • Ray Hughes
    Ray Hughes 2 days ago

    And has no teleprompter

  • Ray Hughes
    Ray Hughes 2 days ago

    Elon musk is real as it gets folks got to love it

  • Ray Hughes
    Ray Hughes 2 days ago

    Better yet forget about making them with plastic like the front windshields that doesn't solve the problem.

  • Ray Hughes
    Ray Hughes 2 days ago

    The retail sector immediately should go back to glass. And make these glass containers reusable unbreakable like the windshield of a car microwave proof and freezer proof if possible. This eliminates the plastic problem.it doesn't matter if it's extra weight for shipping our plan is more important.

  • Chaitanya khandelwal

    Legends are here for the bootcamp

  • waxogen
    waxogen 4 days ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE: FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE THAT BLACK CARBON SPEWING FROM THE WORLDS INDUSTRIAL SMOKESTACKS The solution for capturing carbon was discovered in my lab and candle shop over 40 years ago. I knew back then that this was going to come to this day. I had to search for the answer and did. The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced or harnessed into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax in a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation will result in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank as a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. PREVENTING SPREADING RADIATION: This formulated wax will also help prevent the spread of radiation such as preventing the escape of Plutonium dust particles from nuclear reactors or from structures or buildings housing radioactive materials. In 1994 This method was successfully demonstrated on the Sarcophagus of Chernobyl's blown-out reactor # 4 that was leaking Plutonium dust particles through open seems. In 1995 formulated wax tape was used to cocoon radioactive metal that had spat out of the reactor at the time of the explosion for safe long-term burial. In 1993 a wax membrane method was used in the yard of an abandoned house about five miles from Chernobyl to demonstrate how to reclaim radioactive contaminated territories for re-cultivation. I have been researching wax for solving mankind created environmental problems since 1969. As I aged, I discovered many other uses for wax such as making candles or replicas of people's hands. This led to coating the hand castings with latex rubber. After the latex had cured, I inserted latex rubber tubing a quarter of an inch tubing in the tips of each finger that was sealed with the latex. After the latex had cured, I was able to pull the end of the tubing that caused the fingers to contract. By pulling the ends of all five tubs the hand would close or grip and was able to pick up things such as a pencil or jelly beans just like a normal hand would do. The end result would act like a normal hand. I was able to color the hand to match the color tone of the hand that I replicated. The end result was a prosthesis hand. Through the years I have discovered many other uses of formulated wax for solving environmental problems: Here is a list of confirmed uses since 1969. OTHER USES FOR SOLVING POLLUTION PROBLEMS USING WAX: • Remove oil spills from dry or wet sand, soil, water, ice This method was demonstrated for the Canadian government in 1974 to remove oil from a beach on Passage Island. This method was demonstrated to the US Coast Guard on two occasions, one in Hawaii and the other in the state of Texas demonstrated to the Canadian Coast Guard on two occasions. Oil can be removed from beach sand as though it was a giant carpet More demos were shown to the Canadian press on three occasions. • Preventing radiation leaking from reactors, buildings, and storage facilities. This method was used to prevent Plutonium dust particles from escaping into the environment from open cracks and seams on the Sarcophagus of Chernobyl's blown out reactor # 4 in 1994 • Cocooning asbestos coated pipes wiring for safe removable This was demonstrated in the basement of an apt building that has 319 feet of loose asbestos • Cocooning radioactive waste for a long term safe burial. This method was demonstrated in Chernobyl by removing a 4” x 5 ‘ rusting metal tubing that was buried and coating half the tubing with a special microcrystalline wax and then re buried. • Removing radioactive contaminated hot spots from soil surfaces approx. 4 feet square in Chernobyl in 1995 • Preventing uranium mine tailing particles from becoming airborne in 1987 by laying a wax membrane on the mine tailing surface in Elliot Lake Ontario. • Preventing radon gas from entering into homes or buildings demonstrated on three homes having very high Radon levels where 95% of the Radon was blocked. • Preventing crushed coal dust particles from escaping moving open rail car trains was demonstrated in 1975 by spraying hot microcrystalline wax on the exposed coal surface to prevent the coal particles from becoming airborne while the train was in motion. • Preventing fly or bottom ash pile dust particles from becoming airborne Removing bunker oil, diesel fuel, gasoline transformer oil demonstrated for Ontario Hydro in Kinston Ontario in 1991 William Nelson, waxogen@gmail.com Please share, thx

  • waxogen
    waxogen 5 days ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE: FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE THAT BLACK CARBON SPEWING FROM THE WORLDS INDUSTRIAL SMOKESTACKS The solution for capturing carbon was discovered in my lab and candle shop over 40 years ago. I knew back then that this was going to come to this day. I had to search for the answer and did. The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced or harnessed into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax in a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation will result in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank as a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. PREVENTING SPREADING RADIATION: This formulated wax will also help prevent the spread of radiation such as preventing the escape of Plutonium dust particles from nuclear reactors or from structures or buildings housing radioactive materials. In 1994 This method was successfully demonstrated on the Sarcophagus of Chernobyl's blown-out reactor # 4 that was leaking Plutonium dust particles through open seems. In 1995 formulated wax tape was used to cocoon radioactive metal that had spat out of the reactor at the time of the explosion for safe long-term burial. In 1993 a wax membrane method was used in the yard of an abandoned house about five miles from Chernobyl to demonstrate how to reclaim radioactive contaminated territories for re-cultivation. I have been researching wax for solving mankind created environmental problems since 1969. As I aged, I discovered many other uses for wax such as making candles or replicas of people's hands. This led to coating the hand castings with latex rubber. After the latex had cured, I inserted latex rubber tubing a quarter of an inch tubing in the tips of each finger that was sealed with the latex. After the latex had cured, I was able to pull the end of the tubing that caused the fingers to contract. By pulling the ends of all five tubs the hand would close or grip and was able to pick up things such as a pencil or jelly beans just like a normal hand would do. The end result would act like a normal hand. I was able to color the hand to match the color tone of the hand that I replicated. The end result was a prosthesis hand. Through the years I have discovered many other uses of formulated wax for solving environmental problems: Here is a list of confirmed uses since 1969. OTHER USES FOR SOLVING POLLUTION PROBLEMS USING WAX: • Remove oil spills from dry or wet sand, soil, water, ice This method was demonstrated for the Canadian government in 1974 to remove oil from a beach on Passage Island. This method was demonstrated to the US Coast Guard on two occasions, one in Hawaii and the other in the state of Texas demonstrated to the Canadian Coast Guard on two occasions. Oil can be removed from beach sand as though it was a giant carpet More demos were shown to the Canadian press on three occasions. • Preventing radiation leaking from reactors, buildings, and storage facilities. This method was used to prevent Plutonium dust particles from escaping into the environment from open cracks and seams on the Sarcophagus of Chernobyl's blown out reactor # 4 in 1994 • Cocooning asbestos coated pipes wiring for safe removable This was demonstrated in the basement of an apt building that has 319 feet of loose asbestos • Cocooning radioactive waste for a long term safe burial. This method was demonstrated in Chernobyl by removing a 4” x 5 ‘ rusting metal tubing that was buried and coating half the tubing with a special microcrystalline wax and then re buried. • Removing radioactive contaminated hot spots from soil surfaces approx. 4 feet square in Chernobyl in 1995 • Preventing uranium mine tailing particles from becoming airborne in 1987 by laying a wax membrane on the mine tailing surface in Elliot Lake Ontario. • Preventing radon gas from entering into homes or buildings demonstrated on three homes having very high Radon levels where 95% of the Radon was blocked. • Preventing crushed coal dust particles from escaping moving open rail car trains was demonstrated in 1975 by spraying hot microcrystalline wax on the exposed coal surface to prevent the coal particles from becoming airborne while the train was in motion. • Preventing fly or bottom ash pile dust particles from becoming airborne Removing bunker oil, diesel fuel, gasoline transformer oil demonstrated for Ontario Hydro in Kinston Ontario in 1991 William Nelson, waxogen@gmail.com Please share, thx

  • Antonio Andolini
    Antonio Andolini 6 days ago

    Most harmless nerds play violent video games and it’s not like they are overly represented in the statistics. Poverty and lack of education/job opportunities though, increases the chance that people act out in violence.

  • Andria E-M
    Andria E-M 6 days ago

    He's smart, lucky, got a great Mum, interesting-functions in brain! Ambitious and I think somewhere underneath his Drive, he clearly cares about of OUR Planet. A Good Dude huh!

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  • 𝓓𝓻.𝓡𝓸𝓼𝓮 🌸

    Invest In Medicine Not Weapons! 🤔

  • Fred Smith
    Fred Smith 12 days ago

    How is the Mars One thing going? I will only go if Captain Kirk is.

  • Bruno Mailly
    Bruno Mailly 15 days ago

    Uh… subtitles please. Non-native speaker here, I can barely figure half the words.

  • Ibrahim Elnaggar
    Ibrahim Elnaggar 18 days ago

    Ridiculous

  • cool thought
    cool thought 23 days ago

    i only chanced upon this as I was searching for autonomous ocean vehicle. This is amazing work. If only there is some publicity to get this known to more people

  • Lets have the truth.

    Tell me something. If you want carbon removal. Human beings breath in oxygen and breath out Carbon. What are your plans to stop humans from breathing out Carbon?

  • Manfred
    Manfred 24 days ago

    Great solution: whiterock.industries

  • Iran Mihanemast
    Iran Mihanemast 26 days ago

    Elon Musk should interfere and save Salton Sea in California.

  • Solenya
    Solenya 26 days ago

    Wtf?

  • Gaurav Chaudhari
    Gaurav Chaudhari 27 days ago

    Hey where I can find info regarding ur project

  • Brawlaphant
    Brawlaphant 29 days ago

    Was expecting to see the top 15 projects.... what the?

  • Joseph Mwadime Wanyigha

    thexvid.com/user/joetomela

  • Adam Veenendaal
    Adam Veenendaal Month ago

    So, where are the winners? What are they doing?

  • Christ Commanded
    Christ Commanded Month ago

    47 billion dollars for social media And 100 million to save the world Talk about need for a priority adjustment only one billion dollars would have given 1500 people a 1/2 a million dollars to develop carbon removal products 400 trillion dollars is what's needed to make a Dent in our carbon footprint get real man

  • Matt H
    Matt H Month ago

    on Earth Day good job

  • Deep Cycle Garage

    The winner is HEMP!

  • here hold this will ya

    Fucking awesome. Go get em kids!!

  • Solenya
    Solenya Month ago

    I hope this isn't all just tech. I hope there's at least one person that talks about soil health. Talk to Sadhguru who's campaigning across Europe and getting agreements signed by heads of governments to legally change farming practices turning agriculture from a carbon producing industry to a carbon sequestering industry. #SaveSoil

    • Solenya
      Solenya Month ago

      @Rhal Hal we have to do it anyway because we need food. And we need that food to be nutrient dense. And it's our actions that've been depleting the microbial life in the soil that actually store carbon.

    • Rhal Hal
      Rhal Hal Month ago

      That's the only really good idea I've seen here.

  • Jim Mage
    Jim Mage Month ago

    Good luck everyone. Team simple solutions is not giving up and hopes to take the $50mil in 2025.

  • Christ Commanded
    Christ Commanded Month ago

    Real carbon removal costs will run in the 400 trillion dollar range that's what is necessary not penny's

  • Christ Commanded
    Christ Commanded Month ago

    Y not give All teams entered entered a spending budget for for authorized Purchases only one billion would have been half a million for 1500 teams that would have made a big difference in bringing carbon removal solutions to the market

  • Christ Commanded
    Christ Commanded Month ago

    47 Billion dollars for social media But only a 100 million actually 50 million to save the world right

  • Jack Martinelli
    Jack Martinelli Month ago

    15 million? If this were a 150 million prize ... it would get attention.

  • Yoscar Sanchez
    Yoscar Sanchez Month ago

    congratulations to all the teams selected in this TOP 60, I feel happy for each one of you. blessings, keep going friends. 🥳

  • André Bueno
    André Bueno Month ago

    Atividade da geek

  • waxogen
    waxogen Month ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE Please share, thx FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE CARBON-SOOT The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax at a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation resulting in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank forming into a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. William Nelson waxogen@gmail.com

  • waxogen
    waxogen Month ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE Please share, thx FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE CARBON-SOOT The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax at a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation resulting in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank forming into a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. William Nelson waxogen@gmail.com

  • waxogen
    waxogen Month ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE Please share, thx FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE CARBON-SOOT The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax at a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation resulting in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank forming into a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. William Nelson waxogen@gmail.com

  • waxogen
    waxogen Month ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE Please share, thx FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE CARBON-SOOT The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax at a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation resulting in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank forming into a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. William Nelson waxogen@gmail.com

  • waxogen
    waxogen Month ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE Please share, thx FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE CARBON-SOOT The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax at a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation resulting in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank forming into a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. William Nelson waxogen@gmail.com

  • waxogen
    waxogen Month ago

    XPRIZE CARBON CAPTURE Please share, thx FORMULATED MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX WILL CAPTURE CARBON-SOOT The heat loss from a smokestack can be forced into a large tank containing hot liquid microcrystalline petroleum wax. The heat will keep the wax at a molten state which facilitate the carbon to be absorbed when combined with the wax. Carbon when mixed with wax reacts like a dye. The wax-carbon amalgamation resulting in a black wax solution thereby making it impossible for the carbon to escape into the environment while in a liquid state. Other toxic particles are also captured in the wax settling at the bottom of the tank forming into a sludge. A sludge release valve is located at the bottom of the tank. After the sludge is removed more wax is replaced in the tank working something like a toilet. The sludge becomes a byproduct that can be used as an additive to asphalt for roads or used for cocooning nuclear waste materials for long-term safe burial. The entropy of the Earth has been increasing at a startling rate since the beginning of the industrial revolution caused mainly by the carbon that is released into the atmosphere. Government scientists have failed to stop and prevent carbon pollution from entering the environment. This problem can only worsen until a solution is found before this problem becomes irreversible. It has been discovered that formulated wax has been shown to be the only answer to this problem. William Nelson waxogen@gmail.com

  • Pat Mamabolo
    Pat Mamabolo Month ago

    do you also support SA for your competitions

  • Nastja S1
    Nastja S1 Month ago

    financial medicine.

  • Mente y Alquimia
    Mente y Alquimia Month ago

    Fake !! Everyone can check out the Mercator map and the Urbano Monte map! all these maps are around 1600 ... pre-censorship from 1700 "to the present day"

  • Theotokos B.
    Theotokos B. Month ago

    Safe and readily available water is important for public health. We underestimate the impact of clean water on poverty reduction and a country's economic growth. THIS COMMUNITY NEEDS YOUR HELP! tHANK YOU! thexvid.com/video/iaDrj5A9C2o/video.html