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Brasilierao NE Territory Co.

1440 Barberry Drive Port Coquitlam
Canada
Canada

Phone: +011-604-945-8408
Fax: +011-604-941-9022
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Description:

Our Tech2Biz (R) Provisionary for the Brasilierao NE Countryside.

Socio-economics in countries or regions around the earth can sometimes be deceiving seemingly mired in deep-seated problems based on barriers and challenges on historical or human experience, materialism or its lack and the need for social reform of the human condition or experience, legal reform and enforcement and and military and material guarantees to security in order to preserve fundamental civil rights in the code book. 

What we prize, champion and believe in is the role technology can provide a tool to unleash the human will and spirit in order to harness the intellectual power or prowess of the human mind and in order to produce goods and services, thereby providing much needed tangible and non- tangible benefits to that part of human kind. 

We call for massive mobilization and civic planning to settle and help support large portions of the relatively poor human populations in NE Brazil impoverished by lack of reasonable subsistence and the role tecnology transfer can play in developing their communities in rural and semi-urban areas there.

Technologies: 

1) Energy and Telecommunications.

2) Food Production, Storage & Mfg. 

3) Farming & Transport of Goods and Services.

4) Water & Irrigation Systems. 

5) Agro-cropping Farm & Processing.

 

We are named after the northeastern sector in tropical northern Queensland utilizing technology as the essential ingredient in bringing about socio-economic and cultural progress in the developing Brasilierao NE or northeastern Brazil. "Yeast" bagasse technology will move in and utilize other cane grassy or pithey plant crops that grow like switchgrass & miscanthus. There are now such wild grasses being planned for use in the country of Vietnam. Feedlot animal systems for production for both small and large ruminants will be used. The zones in Brazil include both rainforest rain-fed and irrigated areas. Economic regeneration of northeastern Brazil, like the Batangas region in the Philippines, would produce beef (e. g. corned beef - requiring little cooling) and dairy (e. g. cheese, condensed and evaporated milk, powdered cream for coffee and chocolate-making) are food products that directly derive from industry. These agri-food ideas will revitalize the sugar industry by diversifying sugar production, cropping such as non-sugar cane spp. cropping and others such as wheat, rice, manioc, corn and leguminous haulms for energy production. They will also revitalize the farming industry, food manufacturing and processing including packaging, transport industries, energy sectors and import-export industries.

In feeds processing of animal livestock socio-cultural game changers are: 1) non-GMO PNA-B12 on ureolysis of common FCR of straw, stover and haulms, 2) "Yeast" bagasse, 3) non-GMO PNA-B12 SSF of bagasse, stover and straw and 4) SSF of aquatic plant spp. for even greater energy yield in production and feed nutrification. We will outline many more to come that could help further develop the NE sector of Brazil in the near future. Here we highlight  crop and feed processing or manufacturing technologies with less energy and chemical inputs. More organic approaches and sustainable ones are to be conceived at "Skye Blue" for this purpose.

Australia is in fact in a planning stage to deliver solar-powered electricity/battery power or technology to its hi-tech division in terms of electronic use or devices, vehicular transport or commute vehicles, extreme tracking transport vehicles and very advanced aereospace travel and exploration, as examples of use. The attendant industry of mining the ore containing enriched Mn (maganese) from the ocean floor around Oceana in the Pacific is right at their doorstep and complements demand exacted by battery manufacturing.  Around the world, battery power sourced from solar cell technology will require more expansive and extreme solar irradiation available geographically in regions such as the Outback Down Under (in Australia), Mexico, New Mexico/Arizona in the U.S. A., the northeastern quarter of Brazil. This will help upon mobilization of solar technology a cooling effect on weather patterns on the earth's surface perhaps with benefits to protecting against very potentially destructive brushlit wildfires with our so-called climate change going on in the weather. Mass manufacturing of solar cell or paneling is not cheap and needs a break even point before they become more available to the industry or people, even true in a country like Australia. Such will form 'Solar Farming' for electrical energy generation outside prospects of the localized or municipal electrical grids for electric utilities. In countries like Canada where there is Winter that intersperses during the year the approach of using more nuclear power to spare fossil fuel use may also be combined with battery power use (viz. with Hydropower) of intermittent storage. 

The socio-cultural committee in our Principal's Negros Oriental home province of the Philippine Islands in their local university calls for apropos technology that are a good fit for the ethno-practices, edu-cultural know-how, political basis, the natural resource base, clime and reasons for economic subsistence like we would like to intend for the Brazilian NE sector currently proposed for 'zero' transmigration excepting influx of semi-urban-, urban-, and rural-to-rural relocation preserving human capital resources including talent due to what we term as 'cultural conservancy' as is believed to be present in Central Asia where people are ethnic in their characteristics enough to be anathema to outward migration despite the continual growth in population base. Feed manufacturing co-ops will be placed industrially, financially and organized labour will be legislated to thrive in this NE sector. Although major outside investors would continue to hold large parts in ownership in these type of enterprises there is a need to practice considerable labour union parity or peace so as to work the system. 

As a matter of technological policy there is a need to optimize all feeding technologies to inculcate nitrogen (N) into either MCP  N or escape N and minimize the effect of intensification of ruminant livestock production and load from waste handling and to avoid eutrophication of the water supplies surrounding and accessible to feedlots and farms. 



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