Save our Planet<br />Slide 1<br />
Slide 2<br />The content of this presentation is of the entire responsibility of its author. However, all the information ...
Consider the current scenario:<br />Slide 3<br />
Global challenges<br />World’s arable land<br />The current global economic model creates competition, fast technology dev...
As you can see, the future of our planet,<br />including humanity and all living species, <br />is in danger…<br />Slide 5...
Slide 6<br />
These are some of the main problems our planet is facing:<br /><ul><li>Global Warming –if we do not control it until 2012,...
Pollution –toxic waste, water, air and soil pollution
Exhaustion of natural resources –increased by the consumerism
Deforestation – 90% of which is to grow soybeans for animal feed or for animal grazing
Extinction of species – it is estimated that 30% of all species are endangered
Poverty – 50% of world population lives on less than $ 2.5 per day
Massive Natural disasters – drought, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes, etc.
Disease, hunger and malnutrition – 1 billion people starve worldwide
Warfare – thousands of men, women and children die every year victims of warfare
Economic crisis –crisis after crisis will lead to complete global economic collapse
Food crisis – food resources are getting scarce and food prices are dangerously high
Etc...</li></ul>And the future does not look better. Why? What can we do?<br />Slide 7<br />
Slide 8<br />
What can we do?<br /><ul><li>Become a vegetarian!!! – This is the greatest contribution you can give to save our planet
Protect nature – recycle, help and protect animals and plants, save energy and water
Help others to gain consciousness and do the same – help save our planet</li></ul>Slide 9<br />Surprised? <br />Next we wi...
Why is this all happening?<br /><ul><li>Overpopulation – exponential growth (we are currently ~ 6.9 billion, growing at 1....
Global socioeconomic system – promotes unsustainable growth and consumerism
Human behaviour – unconsciousness, inconsideration, greed, egocentric, etc.
Oil dependency – dependence on oil for food, energy, plastics, and chemicals
Peak oil – maximum rate of global petroleum extraction has already been reached</li></ul>Slide 10<br />WORLD POPULATION<br...
Being vegetarian is a matter of:<br />Environment preservation<br />Health and beauty<br />Ethics<br />Love<br />Courage<b...
Health and beauty<br />Being vegetarian is a matter of health and beauty.<br />Several studies have shown that people who ...
Health and beauty<br />Vegetarianism is considered a healthy diet that meets nutritional needs for all stages of life, and...
Health and beauty<br />Several studies have shown that consumption of animal meat increases the risk of cancer, diabetes, ...
Health and beauty<br />Vegetarian diet helps control weight, provides the body of nutrients and energy, and brings a moral...
Health and beauty<br />Vegetarian diet helps control body weight, it's good for the skin, and generally makes people happi...
Environment – global warming<br />The meat processing industry is a major cause of global warming. A United Nations report...
Environment – global warming<br />Slide 18<br />Global warming is the increase in the average temperature of Earth's near-...
Environment – global warming<br />Global Warming will have serious consequences to the whole planet, including plants, ani...
Hundreds of millions of people displaced (crouding on their neighbours)
Massive droughts alternating with catastrophic floods
Scarce resources and food shortages
Widespread warfare
Catastrophic famines and malnutrition
Terrible disease epidemics
Wild fires and hurricanes
Economic colapse (global economy hit by crisis after crisis)
Species extintion (animals and plants)
Desertification
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  1. 1. Save our Planet<br />Slide 1<br />
  2. 2. Slide 2<br />The content of this presentation is of the entire responsibility of its author. However, all the information is available in various studies, reports, books, and websites. Most people prefer to ignore the facts and continue to live in the dark fog of today’s society. <br />Have the courage to face the truth and align your actions with your values and ideals. Only this way you will be able to progress, have clear ideas, more elevated thoughts, and feel good with yourself. <br />Your actions can help save you, your family and friends, and hopefully save the whole planet from suffering and destrution.<br />
  3. 3. Consider the current scenario:<br />Slide 3<br />
  4. 4. Global challenges<br />World’s arable land<br />The current global economic model creates competition, fast technology development, unsustainable growth, consumerism, and eventually leads to depletion of natural resources<br />Human development did not follow the fast technology development, and therefore humanity is not prepared to face the current challenges.<br />70% of all arable land is used for<br /> livestock production <br />(30% of all iceless land surface of the earth)<br />70% of all grains grown are used to feed animals on feedlots <br />Livestock is responsible for over 18% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions<br />In the Amazon basin 70% of previously forested area is now occupied by pastures and the remainder used for feedcrops<br />Rising oil price<br />Growing world population<br />Growing unemployment<br />Global warming and increasing natural disasters<br />Over 1 Billion people worldwide suffer from hunger and malnutrition (likely to increase in the next few years, unless…)<br />It is estimated that up to 40% of the world's agricultural land is seriously degraded, mostly due to livestock, overgrazing and deforestation.<br />People (~6.9 Billion)<br />Increasing at a rate of ~1.2% a year (an increase of ~83 million every year)<br />30% of all arable land is used for agriculture to produce edible crops for human consumption<br />Biofuels (currently uses 1.5% of world’s arable land, but increasing due to high oil price and fuel security)<br />Terrible disease epidemics, widespread warfare, suffering and death<br />Famine and malnutrition, scarce resources, catastrophic environmental impact (soil erosion, deforestation, water and soil pollution, species extinction), massive natural disasters, global economic collapse, and social instability<br />Rising food prices (food crisis)<br />The above<br />results in:<br />Slide 4<br />
  5. 5. As you can see, the future of our planet,<br />including humanity and all living species, <br />is in danger…<br />Slide 5<br />
  6. 6. Slide 6<br />
  7. 7. These are some of the main problems our planet is facing:<br /><ul><li>Global Warming –if we do not control it until 2012, it will be irreversible
  8. 8. Pollution –toxic waste, water, air and soil pollution
  9. 9. Exhaustion of natural resources –increased by the consumerism
  10. 10. Deforestation – 90% of which is to grow soybeans for animal feed or for animal grazing
  11. 11. Extinction of species – it is estimated that 30% of all species are endangered
  12. 12. Poverty – 50% of world population lives on less than $ 2.5 per day
  13. 13. Massive Natural disasters – drought, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes, etc.
  14. 14. Disease, hunger and malnutrition – 1 billion people starve worldwide
  15. 15. Warfare – thousands of men, women and children die every year victims of warfare
  16. 16. Economic crisis –crisis after crisis will lead to complete global economic collapse
  17. 17. Food crisis – food resources are getting scarce and food prices are dangerously high
  18. 18. Etc...</li></ul>And the future does not look better. Why? What can we do?<br />Slide 7<br />
  19. 19. Slide 8<br />
  20. 20. What can we do?<br /><ul><li>Become a vegetarian!!! – This is the greatest contribution you can give to save our planet
  21. 21. Protect nature – recycle, help and protect animals and plants, save energy and water
  22. 22. Help others to gain consciousness and do the same – help save our planet</li></ul>Slide 9<br />Surprised? <br />Next we will show you why becoming vegetarian (or vegan) will help you save our planet… and yourself! <br />
  23. 23. Why is this all happening?<br /><ul><li>Overpopulation – exponential growth (we are currently ~ 6.9 billion, growing at 1.2% per year)
  24. 24. Global socioeconomic system – promotes unsustainable growth and consumerism
  25. 25. Human behaviour – unconsciousness, inconsideration, greed, egocentric, etc.
  26. 26. Oil dependency – dependence on oil for food, energy, plastics, and chemicals
  27. 27. Peak oil – maximum rate of global petroleum extraction has already been reached</li></ul>Slide 10<br />WORLD POPULATION<br />http://www.oilposter.org/posterlarge.html<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overpopulation<br />
  28. 28. Being vegetarian is a matter of:<br />Environment preservation<br />Health and beauty<br />Ethics<br />Love<br />Courage<br />Intelligence<br />See how it works…<br />Slide 11<br />
  29. 29. Health and beauty<br />Being vegetarian is a matter of health and beauty.<br />Several studies have shown that people who adopt a vegetarian diet have higher levels of immunity.<br />It is known that meat and fish contain toxins, chemicals (pesticides, hormones, mercury) in quantities harmful to the human body.<br />Eggs contain high amounts of cholesterol, and may contain salmonella.<br />Slide 12<br />
  30. 30. Health and beauty<br />Vegetarianism is considered a healthy diet that meets nutritional needs for all stages of life, and provides health benefits in terms of prevention and treatment of certain diseases. This is the position of the association of the American Dietetic Association. Vegetarianism is also recommended by many other medical institutions around the world.<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegetarianism<br />http://www.eatright.org/<br />Slide 13<br />
  31. 31. Health and beauty<br />Several studies have shown that consumption of animal meat increases the risk of cancer, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, hypertension, heart disease, and many other diseases.<br />Seeds, beans, vegetables, fruits and vegetables, contain no cholesterol and are low in fat, especially saturated fats. They have fibre and other nutrients important to the human body.<br />There are several sources of vegetable protein such as beans, peanuts, seeds, tofu, peas, chickpeas, lentils, and others.<br />http://www.vegetarian-nutrition.info/updates/vegetarian_diets_health_benefits.php<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegetarianism<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veganism<br />Slide 14<br />
  32. 32. Health and beauty<br />Vegetarian diet helps control weight, provides the body of nutrients and energy, and brings a moral satisfaction to those who follow it.<br />Many athletes prefer a vegetarian diet because they feel that it helps with their physical and mental performance. This is or was the case with Carl Lewis (considered athlete of the twentieth century), Marina Navratilova(tennis star with the record for most titles and considered the best tennis player of all time), Robert Parish(NBA basketball player), and many others .<br />http://www.earthsave.org/lifestyle/carllewis.htm<br />Slide 15<br />
  33. 33. Health and beauty<br />Vegetarian diet helps control body weight, it's good for the skin, and generally makes people happier. Thus a vegetarian diet contributes to the inner and outer beauty of people.<br />Some vegetarian celebrities:<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vegetarians<br />http://al.godsdirectcontact.org.tw/vg-vip<br />http://www.ivu.org/people/<br />And many <br />more…<br />Slide 16<br />
  34. 34. Environment – global warming<br />The meat processing industry is a major cause of global warming. A United Nations report of 2006 gives the meat processing industry 18% of greenhouse gas emissions (more than the 13.5% contributed by the transport industry).<br />However, a more recent study published in the journal World Watch of November 2009, points to 51% of global annual emissions of greenhouse gases!The authors are Dr. Robert Goodland, former environmental adviser to the World Bank, and Mr. Jeffery Anhang, World Bank researcher. See links below for more information.<br />ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/010/a0701e/a0701e00.pdf<br />http://www.worldwatch.org/node/6294<br />http://51percent.org/<br />http://www.earthsave.org/globalwarming.htm<br />Slide 17<br />
  35. 35. Environment – global warming<br />Slide 18<br />Global warming is the increase in the average temperature of Earth's near-surface air and oceans since the mid-20th century and its projected continuation.<br />As the greenhouse gas emissions increase and the glaciers and polar caps melt, the rate of global warming increases at an alarming rate. <br />Some scientists believe that if we do not reduce the green house gas emissions by as early as 2012, global warming will be abrupt and irreversible, with catastrophic effects on the planet.<br />http://www.ipcc.ch/index.htm<br />http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?newsID=20772&CR1=warning<br />
  36. 36. Environment – global warming<br />Global Warming will have serious consequences to the whole planet, including plants, animals and humans. The heat retention at the earth’s surface strongly influences the weather paterns, bringing floods and draughts in various areas of the planet, affecting forests and plantations.<br />Some of the consequences of Global Warming:<br /><ul><li>Sea level rise – entire coastal countries disapearing
  37. 37. Hundreds of millions of people displaced (crouding on their neighbours)
  38. 38. Massive droughts alternating with catastrophic floods
  39. 39. Scarce resources and food shortages
  40. 40. Widespread warfare
  41. 41. Catastrophic famines and malnutrition
  42. 42. Terrible disease epidemics
  43. 43. Wild fires and hurricanes
  44. 44. Economic colapse (global economy hit by crisis after crisis)
  45. 45. Species extintion (animals and plants)
  46. 46. Desertification
  47. 47. And many other unforeseen effects, that could lead to the extintion of life in our planet.</li></ul>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_warming<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_global_warming<br />Slide 19<br />
  48. 48. There are about 20 billion livestock animals in the world, to feed 6.9 billion people! <br />Environment<br />It takes:<br /><ul><li>100 litres of water to produce 1kg of potatoes.
  49. 49. 4,000 litres of water to produce 1kg of rice.
  50. 50. 13,000 litres of water to produce 1kg of meat!</li></ul>Slide 20<br />
  51. 51. Environment<br />Meat production is responsible for the use of 70% of all arable land on the planet. Also 70% of all grain grown are used to feed animals on feedlots.<br />The expansion of meat production is the main cause of deforestation. The forest in the Amazon (the world's largest lung) is being replaced by plantations of soybeans, 90% of which is destined to feed cattle.<br />Much of the arable land on the planet are and continue to be degraded by the excessive grazing and soil compaction and erosion caused by livestock.<br />Meat production is one of the most water polluting sectors through the droppings of animals, antibiotics, hormones, fertilizers, pesticides, and sediments from pasture erosion.<br />ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/010/a0701e/a0701e00.pdf<br />http://www.globalissues.org/article/240/beef<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agriculture<br />Slide 21<br />
  52. 52. Environment<br />Meat production is the main cause of environment degradation, contributing to massive pollution of air, water, land degradation, climate change and biodiversity loss.<br />“A world change to a pure vegetarian diet is vital to save the world from hunger and poverty, and the worst impacts of climate change," says a UN report published in June 2010. "Tastes for Western diets rich in meat and dairy products are unsustainable," says the report.<br />The production and consumption of meat is now considered environmentally irresponsible, as it violates the principles of ethics and sustainability needed to sustain life and the ecosystem on our planet.<br />ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/010/a0701e/a0701e00.pdf<br />http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/jun/02/un-report-meat-free-diet<br />Slide 22<br />
  53. 53. Environment<br />Earth Overshoot Day, the global footprint.<br />On August 21, 2010, the inhabitants of Earth have exhausted all the resources that the planet offers them in one year, and began living of next year’s credits, according to calculations made by the NGO Global Footprint Network (GFN). In 2009, the earth overshoot day was on September 25.<br />How does the GNF calculates these values? Based on an equation that includes three factors: 1) resources and services provided by nature 2) human consumption 3) pollution<br />The day we start living beyond our ecological means (using next year’s credits), is happening earlier every year as the human consumption increases.<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecological_Debt_Day<br />http://www.footprintnetwork.org/en/index.php/GFN/page/earth_overshoot_day/<br />http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/7946613/Mankind-is-using-up-global-resources-faster-than-ever.html<br />Slide 23<br />
  54. 54. Environment<br />Earth Overshoot Day<br />100% of the natural resources that the planet is capable to produce in 2010<br />In 2010 the world population will use ca. 150% of the planet resources generated in one year<br />Slide 24<br />Average temperature variation and CO2<br />
  55. 55. Environment<br />In May 2009, Ghent (Belgium) became the first city in the world to adopt a vegetarian diet once a week, for environmental reasons. The local authorities decided to implement "the day of the week without meat“. They placed posters on the streets to encourage people to adhere to the vegetarian days, including maps indicating the vegetarian restaurants. Public employees, schools, and the general public joined this initiative.<br />http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/05/12/ghent-belgian-city-offici_n_202599.html<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghent<br />Slide 25<br />
  56. 56. Ethics – Animal cruelty<br />Killing an animal is like killing a human being. Animals have emotions and feel pain, like human beings. Meat consumption for its taste or convenience is not a valid justification to kill an animal .<br />Slide 26<br />
  57. 57. Ethics – Animal cruelty<br />Most humans consume meat and other animal products as a matter of habit, which comes from their parents, grandparents, etc.. They are not aware of the suffering inflicted on animals, environmental impact, economic impact, or even the impact on their physical, mental and spiritual health.<br />http://www.all-creatures.org/anex/index.html<br />Slide 27<br />
  58. 58. Ethics – animal cruelty<br />Human beings are morally responsible and aware of their behaviour. Unfortunately there are different levels of consciousness, and many still are unaware of the evil they infringe on animals and the planet, and therefore themselves. It requires a profound change in the way of life of mankind, where there is no more cruelty and slaughter of animals. Where there is more love, more nature, less war, less disease and less suffering.<br />Slide 28<br />
  59. 59. Ethics – animal cruelty<br />Many people think they have no choice, but to eat meat and other animal products. Today, this is no longer an acceptable excuse, as there is information on the Internet, books, movies, and through the many (but still a minority) vegetarians around the world.<br />Slide 29<br />
  60. 60. Ethics – life preservation<br />Being vegetarian is a question of ethics.<br />Eating meat is bad for your health and the health of your children, is bad for animals, and is bad for the environment. We must respect the ethical and nature’s most basic principles, which are the preservation of life.<br />Slide 30<br />
  61. 61. Love<br />The love for animals, nature and environment, translated into concrete actions to protect them is essential to the preservation of life on our planet.<br />This love spreads out and is reflected in more happiness, health, peace and more love.<br />Meat consumption promotes the suffering and killing of animals, destruction of the environment, and therefore destroys life on our planet. This in turn is reflected in unhappiness, illness, stress, depression, poverty, war, etc..<br />Slide 31<br />
  62. 62. Courage and principles<br />Being vegetarian is a matter of courage. Many people are aware of the evils of meat consumption, and the benefits of a vegetarian diet, but do not have the courage to change. They have no courage to defend their principles with their family and friends. They have no courage to change their life, even if it is for the better.<br />Remember that a murderer remains a murderer whether you kill one or 100. The reduction in meat consumption helps, but does not solve the problem. Have courage, and become a vegetarian now!<br />Slide 32<br />
  63. 63. Intelligence<br />Being vegetarian is a matter of intelligence.<br />There are several studies that compare the health, intelligence, and psychological state among vegetarians and non vegetarians. One of the most recent studies published in the 'British Medical Journal' in 2007, found that the higher intelligence quotient (IQ) levels in children are associated with a greater likelihood of these children becoming vegetarians as adults. Other studies have shown that vegetarians have an IQ higher than those who eat meat by about 5 points. See links below.<br />http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/6180753.stm<br />http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/article-23378331-vegetarians-are-more-intelligent-says-study.do<br />Slide 33<br />
  64. 64. Intelligence<br />Some famous scientists and philosophers who were vegetarians:<br />"Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on our planet, as the evolution of a vegetarian diet."ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955)American physicist (born in Germany) - 1921 Nobel Prize<br />"The time will come when humans will look at the death of animals, as they look at the death of men."LEONARDO DA VINCI (1425-1519)Sculptor, artist and Italian inventor<br />"The gods created certain beings to fuel our bodies ... They are the trees, plants and seeds. "PLATO (circa 428-347 B.C.)Greek philosopher<br />Slide 34<br />
  65. 65. Intelligence<br />Some famous scientists and philosophers who were vegetarians:<br />"It's a very significant fact that some of the most intelligent and educated men, are followers of a pure vegetarian diet."MAHATMA GANDHI (1869 - 1948) - Hindu pacifist and spiritual leader<br />"As long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. It is true that one who plants the seed of death and suffering can not reap the joy of love. "Pythagoras (ca. 582-507 BC) - Greek philosopher and mathematician."Father of Vegetarianism"<br />"Non-violence leads to higher levels of ethics, which is the goal of evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we will continue to be wild."THOMAS EDISON (1847 - 1931) - American inventor and entrepreneur<br />"If a man seeks an honest and virtuous life, his first act should be abstinence from animal food."COUNT Leo Tolstoy (1828 - 1910) - Russian novelist and philosopher<br />Slide 35<br />
  66. 66. Intelligence<br />Some famous scientists and philosophers who were vegetarians:<br />"My refusal to eat flesh caused an inconvenience, and I have often been reprimanded for my singularity. But my light repast allows for greater progress, greater clarity of ideas, and a quicker understanding. "BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706 - 1790)American statesman, inventor and author<br />"The higher realm of ideas and thoughts is impossible to achieve without first reaching an understanding of compassion."Socrates (469-399 B.C.)Greek philosopher and teacher<br />"The love for all living creatures is the most remarkable attribute of man."CHARLES DARWIN (1809 - 1882)English biologist and naturalist<br />And many others…<br />Slide 36<br />
  67. 67. Intelligence<br />If after having access to this information, besides all the information that is available on the Internet, books, studies, and just plain common sense, still you cannot see the truth, do not despair. It will come to you, sooner or later, one way or another. Trust your instinct and deep feelings. What are they telling you?<br />Slide 37<br />
  68. 68. How to become a vegetarian?<br />It is easier and faster to prepare vegetarian food, than non-vegetarian food. Simply replace the meat or fish, with a vegetarian substitute (e.g., tofu, beans, lentils, peas, beans, etc.) in any dish you wish to prepare. Most non-vegetarian dishes, can be converted into vegetarian dishes this way. <br />Buy a vegetarian cookbook. It will give you some ideas.<br />Ask for help from a vegetarian you know.<br />Vegetarians do not eat only salads. They also eat rice, potatoes, pasta, beans, lentils, soya, peas, etc. <br />Slide 38<br />
  69. 69. What difference could I make?<br />More than you might think. The average meat eater, throughout his/her life, eats4 cattle, 1150 chickens, 18 pigs, 23 sheep and lambs, 49 turkeys, 25 ducks, 2 rabbits, 4 goose and 2800 fish. You can save a lot of lives by going vegetarian, and contribute to:<br /><ul><li>Reduce global warming
  70. 70. Improve your own health
  71. 71. Reduce animal cruelty and suffering
  72. 72. Reduce poverty and world hunger
  73. 73. Reduce other negative health and environmental impacts from the meat industry.</li></ul>The only question you should really be asking yourself is:<br /> ‘why not go veggie!’<br />You will most likely feel better and look better!<br />Slide 39<br />
  74. 74. Vegetarian Restaurants :<br />Most restaurants have vegetarian options on their menus. If not, ask the chef to make a vegetarian dish especially for you. Surely he has already received similar requests. You should explain that they must not include meat or fish, no eggs, and no milk (for pure vegetarians).<br />For restaurants in your area that offer vegetarian dishes:<br />Just search the net and most likely you will find a few…<br />Slide 40<br />
  75. 75. Vegetarian Food<br />Lentil Soup<br />Tofu Lagareiro<br />With a bit of imagination you can transform any traditional meat dish in a vegetarian dish.<br />Vegetarian calulu andpalm oil beans<br />Vegetarian beans<br />Vegetarian Lasanha<br />Vegetarian risotto<br />There are thousands of vegetarian recipes on the Internet, as well as other information that can be very useful.<br />http://www.vegetariantimes.com/recipes/<br />http://vegweb.com/<br />http://fatfreevegan.com/<br />http://www.ivu.org/recipes/<br />Slide 41<br />
  76. 76. Some examples of vegetarian protein<br />Beans<br />Peas<br />Favas<br />Chickpeas<br />Lentils<br />Almonds<br />Nozes<br />Hazelnuts<br />Granulated soya<br />Flaxseed<br />Quinoa<br />Tofu<br />Slide 42<br />
  77. 77. But if you miss eating a sausage or a burger, or want to do something fast, you can always opt for pre-cooked vegetarian food. See examples below.<br />Slide 43<br />
  78. 78. Links and references (1)<br />Slide 44<br />
  79. 79. Links and references (2)<br />Slide 45<br />
  80. 80. You can share this presentation with your family and friends. It will help you, help them and help our planet.<br />Slide 46<br />You can send your comments, questions or feedback to: info@ecoangola.com<br />
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