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Yet more from the amazing Professor Emeritus, Guy McPherson. Much of what he delivers has been seen before by anyone following him, but he always adds a few newer items, other explanations, and answers new questions from the audience. To anyone following with two ounces of attention, I find it remarkably difficult to deny the veracity of what Guy delivers. The larger and by far more important question has become for many of us, "What do we do in the meantime?" Guy answers this, but it is clearly up to each person to determine that answer for themselves--something I've been wrestling with for many years now. More on that in another article...

 

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In my run for U.S. Senate against Utah's Orrin Hatch, I posted many progressive ideas and principles that I internalized over the years. I'm leaving that site up indefinitely, since it describes what I believe most members of our species truly (more...)
 

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Homo saps left Africa 70-80,000 years ago and quickly, in environmental terms, spread all over the globe. There is no other species except chickens, cats, dogs and hitchhikers such as rats and cockroaches that live in all parts of the globe. Saps and the rest of terrestrial species are in for a rough ride. We have survived warming and sea level rise in the past. When saps arrived to where Guy is speaking sea levels were 400 ft lower. So we survived sea rise and warming. What saps has not encountered before is the meltdown of 400 nuclear reactors. That is a big problem and a possible mass extinction all by itself.

One thing he alluced to but did not address is the power of photosynthesis. All that CO2 from fossil fuels and CH4 is a result of past photosynthesis.

When population plummets industry and agriculture will also. A plummet in agriculture 500 years ago led toThe Little Ice Age.

https://www.sciencenews.org/article/columbus-arrival-linked-carbon-dioxide-drop

The nuclear power plants will make life impossible but 99% are in the North. The air and water do not mix much with the South. Many of the well advised .00001% have havens in the South. Maybe saps will survive in New Zealand, Tierra del Fuego or Cape of Africa. The Bush family, not the sharpest, recently purchased 300,000 acres in Uruguay over the Gurarani Aquifer, enough for a self sufficient feudal estate. Whatever happens it is going to be interesting and I will continue to grow biodynamicly and eat grass fed and pastured.

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Are you aware of what is going on in Australia?


A small starting point for further discussion.

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Yah, but what about the Green New Deal?

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As Tulsi noted, it does not go far enough. The world needs to cooperate. Do I think there is anything we can actually do? YES. Be kind to each other, behave as we should have been for the past uncounted decades, and don't get too attached to the outcome. Recognize our own mortality and behave as if we are on death row, since we are.

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The original New Deal created the CCC. In 9 years it planted 3 billion trees. That can be done again and more. The impetus this time will be rapid sea level rise instead of the Dust Bowl. If and when the shades are pulled and the lights go out the thought of having ones hands in the dirt and planting trees, which might survive, should be a pleasing thought.

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We need 3,000,000,000 (3 trillion) trees to replace the ones Homo s. has taken down, and are taking down ever more day by day, at an accelerating rate.

My sister from Georgia was just a week ago telling me of 100 acres of woods disappearing near her home, Flowery Branch, GA--a tiny sample of what is going on worldwide.

Meanwhile, we are destroying the conditions for the survival of the ones remaining. Look at Bosonaro and the Amazon, the lungs of the planet, assuming you haven't already.

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I was being a bit sarcastic. What I like about Tulsi, among many things, are her priorities.

No doubt you're familiar with the work of journalist Dahr Jamail. His latest book The End of Ice is an impassion love story dedicated to Earth. I do think that if there's a chance it can be found in nature.

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I was being a bit sarcastic. What I like about Tulsi, among many things, are her priorities.

No doubt you're familiar with the work of journalist Dahr Jamail. His latest book The End of Ice is an impassion love story dedicated to Earth. I do think that if there's a chance it can be found in nature.

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Nature knows best. Barry Commoner's first principle of ecology.

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I know not what you are referring to in particular. "On the Beach" may be a prescient novel but in this case the radioactivity will be coming from power plants. Good movie. I can think of worse ways to go than spending my last days with Ava Gardner.

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I know not what you are referring to in particular.


Same here.


But I have my hands in the soil pretty much daily and am about to mow our White Dutch Clover after posting this, then walking our Goldendoodle and Keeshound.


We are having some beautiful clouds these days, soul food for the mind, as I think Ralph Waldo Emerson put it.

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