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USIA (use-sigh-ah) represents ventures for investors in Asia from the U.S.A. in egg research & development (R&D) in co-operation with financiers in co-op enterprises producing hi-egg layers with organic growth promotants (using our proprietary carrier) with significantly lowered shell egg cholesterol content. This showcased technology or applications has recently been updated to make for a more robust application utilizing not only organic promotant NEAAs supplementary amino acid feeding (as previous), but also a new feed additive also improving protein utilization and laying performance by feeding extruded protein supplements with commercially purified ligno-cellulose and using advanced transcription factors (TFs) with bioengineered or GM layers to lay more and lower-cholesterol eggs, slated in future.
The growth industry it represents in the developing world is great both as a popular, hi-quality protein food source and one which is more sustainable (viz. feed efficiency, ease of manageability with production and processing) will keep this excellent food source self-promoted for itself in the future.
At this time our Principal at Skye Blue is "constructing" a framework to study further the metabolism of cholesterol in the egg layer and models useful to interventive applications to improving the much higher levels of cholesterol in egg, an anti-quality selling factor for it on the market.
SKYEVIEW: We will update you as possible developments occur on this front as a sample of a possible project in Soviet-Russia also with U.S.-American backing. We welcome constructive reporting and comments possible in this same area. Well, folks this, "all in the above", may be, "on the wire," but we're still wondering as to when it will ever see the light of day. It is unclear what the investment climate Soviet-Russia is to U.S.-American backing in a free economy. From our point of view investment in the Life Sciences industry hubs is "transparent" as scientia is to military or political exploit. The vast rural expanse posed by the Soviet-Russian landscape requires food production with basic infrastructure and utilities and increased semi-urbanization with municipal planning and investments. In a mainland just West of a major peninsula and island is the cold less forbidding, facing the Pacific Ocean? Will they be then willing and be ready to move on with a task of developing the mainland for the future of the Soviet Far East in the Pacific Rim?
SKYEVIEW Do we predict that this scheme will encounter the downfall of non-sustainability in that unbridled spending through building of infrastructure by previous senior generations will go unpaid and will not successfully amortify by younger earning generations? If economic stimulus is set out with co-op arrangements in industry there is greater chance that the bills will be paid more effectively over time thus giving impetus to the latter's argument in rural and semi-urban agricultural industries and their supports.
SKYEVIEW: Economic development in terms of per capita GDP gains in the Philippine Islands should only be seen in terms of increasing job growth, increasing investment capitalization, increasing skills training levels, increasing development and volume of technology transfer, and improving its benefits to education (from ground up: K-12 up to post-secoundary). The landscape of "apparent hegemony" by the rich and super-rich of the country is far from being a perceived game changer for the proven majority who do not have advantages such as to amortify and provide equity, acquire asets and to invest further, and in the proces, gain more wealth by increment. A super-rich billionaire in the Philippines of this day and age, for example, may own the major aset of a franchised fastfood chain, which only constitutes, in "public wealth", provision for so many jobs that are expecting pay on the lower end of the scale. Not much for those to look forward to. Co-operatives, a way of providing for greater "mass" opportunity in softer industries, technology for them, and capital investments, is a major means of restructuring industry and growth towards eventual "harder" or more competitive investment in capitalist free enterprise as busines and industries develop.
SKYEVIEW: Cambodia with all its business bustle is beginning to show signs of awakening as a co-op network that may predict trends itself in places within the Philippine Islands like Negros Oriental where is still sporadic but potential endangerment of communist NPA activity (rebellion) (cf. seperatist or terrorist activity by muslim extremists from the South) that will fight against movements like the Co-op Movement and the Agri-Business Movement in the Philippines. Kampuchea as it is also called provides a rich testing ground for Co-op in terms of social enterprises, numerous cottage industries, including female-driven micro-industries, and var. land-food production systems (i. e. horticulture, silviculture, farming) with the needed watchdog for science & technology transfer from government. As in British Columbia where we are at, sustainable and inclusive cooperative living is the larger context with which to build stronger communities as they or use to say as "comrades at arms". Viewers of our "reality" site are invited to visit CITECH CONSULTING here at hum-molgen.de or at Wix.com to gain better insight on ideas for our research in future.
: U S I A is convinced to start Co-op for distribution of equipment & assembly with Cambodian subsidiaries for major national transportation enterprises. Could for e. g. there be a branch established within the Cambodian ventures network for a GM Enterprise established in Kabangkalan, Neg. Occ. from Sonoma, CA USA to Phnom Phen, Cambodia. This paints a picture of a 'trade arch' for oil trade to provide greater sustainability with Canada/U.S.A. in future for transportation infrastructure, in return. Stay tuned by visiting our site at: https://americangryphon5.wix.com/americangryphon5
SKYEVIEW: Oversupply vs. market demand for Philippine farm products will sound a warning bell in the future marketplace for markets like those for Cambodia (cf. dairy milk being thrown away by non-subsidized American farmers in the U.S.); this depends on projected population ceilings if or once they are reached. One way to remedy the matter is: 1) value added production through food processing/packaging/product enhancement without comprising the natural or organic quality of the food product; 2) export (albeit with importation in trade) for these said products; 3) increased alleviation by government subsidy of farmers; 4) investing in emerging or nascent industries: e. g. a) goataries as dairies for cheese-making for the vegan market; there are signs of this growing trend not only in goataries arising within the Philippine Islands but also a push in China investment among the Atlantic provinces in Canada to buy up acreage and goat livestock for milk to feed the growing needs there especially in the light that one-child policy has been removed by government there now that the country believes it to be in better footing, leading one to speculate (see: GENUS, hum-molgen.de) whether marine seagrasses are the future feedstock for land-limited hydroponic (aquaculture) enterprises similar to what has been speculated for Haiti in the West Indies (Carribbean) although their economic viability have yet to be proven through sustainability; b) low-cholesterol eggs from our proprietary ORGANIC HISYSTEM EGG-LAYER PRODUCERS (R).
SKYEVIEW: "Uber Cabbing" or "Share Riding" continues the story of the pedi-cab-ara-van as it would shape up in urban dense environments requiring the following economics: (1) 5 outside investor with an outlay of $7,000 USD = $35,000 USD / vehicle invested on, (2) and ROI that is calculated with the following assumptions of: a) an urban dense area, b) only operational during peak travel times and c) continuous distance or pickup fares in effect, d) a per person fare = $5.00 USD x 4 Uber passengers = $20.00 USD (total) X 50 fares / day (e. g. son & father team) yielding $1,000 USD / day x 30 days = $30,000 USD/mo. - with a breakdown of: remuneration to son & father (salary+maintenance+fuel costs+shared insurance)= $7,000 USD/mo. and a ROI to each investor of $4,000 USD. Outside investor=expatriate or alien investor. The chassis size determines max. cruising speed of vehicle or pedi-cab-ara-van and accelerated acccomodation through traffic and roads & highways in urban planning will tell the rest of the story when this new technology to service transport & infrastructure comes into effect.
SKYEVIEW: The issue of garaging and weatherproofing for temperate climes presents the management and retooling issues: [a] designing rest stops, e. g. fuel, food, mechanical cum emergency, which would depend on urbanization although calling for GPS and BCAA for perimetered rural settings; [b] insulation against heat/cold in the cab; [c] heat exchanger with heating using engine, diesel or electricity and [d] air conditioning (optional) or vented (HEPA filtered). Jeep has good chassis design but with comprehensive retooling, a major issue. The affairs of local governments and federal forces dictates that local markets cannot bypass other markets that have been legitimized by urban planning and to take an e. g. Indo-China is believed to supercede interests in mechanical - electrical engineering and can outcompete the Philippines eventually via Vietname, Cambodia and Thailand via Chinese aegies, including their investment. If they slow down in the Philippines with Overseas (e. g. U.S.A., India, certain Italian concerns, Japan, Korea and China) manufacturers they will take over competition (distribution, marketing & import/export) and manufacturing with eventuality.
SKYEVIEW: A comprehensive review to be made of railway needs for: (1) traffic (e. g. transport, tourism), (2) logistics (e. g. services and supplies) and (3) emergency services (e. g. earthquake, landslide) and (4) industrial and utility (chemicals logistics, sugar central/milling). Route will circle island eventually but now plans will be made for: Dumaguete-Bacong to the north and south to Bacolod-Silay. Major stops in between are: San Jose, Tanjay, Bais City, San Carlos, Cadiz City, and Victorias City. There is also an industrial route between Victorias, Murcia, La Carlota, La Castellana, Isabella, Himamalayon and Kabankalan. The exchange will be near Bacolod and Bago. The idea is to move people, goods & services throughout the island in order to support development with the population load. Also, the traffic on rail will coordinate between the three designated airports that will be classified as International and served consequently: Kabankalan, Bacolod/Silay and Dumaguete-Bacong. The Dumaguete-Sibulan airport will remain a classified municipal class airport used also for teaching flight school.
Last update of this entry: March 10, 2019