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A well done presentation of life on Earth, well worth watching:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqxENMKaeCU

Try this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqxENMKaeCU

I was able to watch the entire thing.  Nice presentation, but the ending was sorely lacking in reality.  There is now so much climate inertia, species extinction, resource depletion, overpopulation, and a thousand other data points that the optimistic ending is well, total b.s., something you’d find in the MSM because they don’t want to terrify the sheeple.

Other then that, worth the viewing.

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  • June 5, 2009 at 8:56 pm
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    Sure wish I could see it, but it says not available in my country. Go figure.

  • June 5, 2009 at 10:57 pm
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    Regarding video “Home” (aka hypnotic earth) optimistic “ending”.

    I wish a proper rebuttal was made for the sheep to show them that ‘sustainable’ doesn’t mean we can keep the BAU model, by switching to ‘renewable’ energy and promote ‘growth’ and ‘prosperity’ and even ‘equality’ for all.

    It’s all bullshit, an absolute lie. And it pisses me off too.

    “We can do it” claims are CRAP. NGFH, not in a million sapien lifetimes of ‘civilization’.

    These hypnotized people categorically refuse to asses the real cost of their storybook ending (sustainable). And the existing issues (depletion, inertia, overpopulation, resource demands, et al.) that blows more holes in their optimistic b.s. they shovel then flying swiss cheese at a trap shoot.

    That’s what I mean by a proper rebuttal.

    That:

    a) we cannot have 7 billion people (or anything even remotely close to this number; and that population MUST be reduced dramatically;

    b) that industrial activity globally must be stopped, and failure to do so means collapse as we consume the last dregs of everything;

    c) that ‘sustainable’ can NEVER mean cities, or even “civilization” as we have come to know it today, not even close;

    d) that ‘renewable energy’ claims are basically total lies and totally fail to deal with the EROEI issues;

    e) that the very best we can actually and honestly hope for is to mitigate our collapse down to a few billion people (soon dead) with the survivors fighting over the remnants until we stabilize (and if we stabilize) populations again;

    f) that extreme and urgent measures are the only measures even remotely meaningful, that all half-assed light bulb changing screwball efforts and their ilk are a complete waste of time;

    g) that highly industrialized and developed nations are the worst offenders by FAR and would be required to take the most dramatic and urgent actions over all other nations / peoples RIGHT NOW, AS IN IMMEDIATELY;

    h) and even our “best efforts” (all of the above, minimum) are still going to be woefully inadequate at best now (too late) but remain the only real “hope” that actually and potentially exists at all, and that all other claims, projections and stories are absolute lies and total bullshit farting out of the asses of idiots and optimistic ‘projectionist’ with broken lightbulbs.

    As always the last paragraph or two of every ‘story’ or presentation basically refutes the very points of human-induced collapse by growth / agriculture / civilization / industry and “prosperity” brought up earlier.

    So much for ‘waking the sheep up’. Tell ’em the truth and then feed them yet another lie.

    Too extreme? Then read this:

    On American sustainability: anatomy of societal collapse

    Here is a quote from the article:

    8. “In the absence of an almost inconceivable series of 11th hour miracles, our Societal Collapse could possibly occur within the next 5 years, will probably occur within the next 15 years, and will almost certainly occur within the next 25 years,” Clugston said.

    Clugston knows it; I know it. Iâ’ve seen it. Other top experts know it: Dr. Albert Bartlett; Buck Lindsey; Paul Erhlich; Jared Diamond; Governor Richard D. Lamm; Lindsey Grant; Dr. John Tanton; John Rohe; and hundreds of Nobel prize winners, etc.

    Again, the world human population grows by 77 million annually. It cannot sustain that number! The USA adds 3.1 million annually by mass immigration. China adds eight million a year even with one child family policy. India adds 12 million annually with no birth control in sight. Shows you how stupid religions remain as they encourage unending birth rates! Dumb, stupid, dumber! Talk about humanityâ’s chosen suicide of itself and its planet home!

    But then, check out their chosen pathways of your “response”:

    To take action: First and foremost, join http://www.numbersusa.com and become one of nearly a million Americans making impact with pre-written faxes and phone calls to change immigration policies toward a stable future. Bi-partisan and highly effective.

    Do you see? Write your Congresscritter and “change” (nothing) the world!!

    I am SO SICK OF THESE LIES. Why tell people the truth and then pass out at the end like a drunken whore? (sell out)  It makes no friggin sense AT ALL.

  • June 6, 2009 at 10:46 am
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    Appears as though YouTube doesn’t like to play nice with others (not newz). They also constantly censor ‘stuff’ and/or remove ‘offending’ video posts – such as Deek’s, so he resubmits multiple times. Censorship online is (or has) gone mainstream.

    On Happy Talk (aka delusional) endings, remember, every one writing today started out reading and wallowing in (aka were weaned on) Happy Ever After fairy tale story-book endings. Apparently old dogs can’t learn new tricks even if they claim to want/need to. We are all victims of (actors in) our own socioeconomic programmed reflexes – but to call such “thinking” (as the vast majority do) is an insult to cogent sensibilities and alleged cognition itself NTM self-defeating.

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