Isn’t it strange that so many of us humans can now foresee our imminent demise – and yet do nothing about it?
Isn’t it strange that we can intelligently discuss this topic and still, despite all of the meetings, conferences, scientific papers and research, and do nothing to stop it?
Isn’t it strange that with collapse now spreading like ripples in a pond rising into a tidal wave, eliminating species, homes, farms and crops, we’re still strangely fascinated by all of it?
Isn’t it strange that here we still sit, every single one of us, devouring the latest news that depicts our fate?
Isn’t it strange that we are so preoccupied with collapse that we’re staring at this screen even while it’s unfolding around us?
Isn’t it strange that the Internet has become the ‘trusted’ source of news and entertainment more so then real life?
Isn’t it strange that our fascination with screens is part of the problem humans have?
Isn’t it strange that there are some who seek to gain fame (and fortune) in collapse?
Isn’t it strange that they have any audience at all?
Isn’t it strange that Americans, the most ‘informed’, ‘free’ and ‘righteous’ country on Earth – is near-totally blind to what is unfolding worldwide?
Isn’t it strange that we’ve yet to turn off the television, shut down the Internet, roll up our sleeves and DO SOMETHING TO SAVE OURSELVES?
Here’s a few links just in the last week:
I said this years ago – Gore was the moral choice. “Gore should have been President. We’d be in a totally different place if the black robed Supreme’s hadn’t shortchanged the election process. It’s extremely doubtful Gore could have been worse. Right now, I’d vote for Mickey Mouse, anybody but Bush. Staunch Bush supporters have left the President in the dust, fleeing the sinking ship of State to its fate, which is really what’s at issue here.”
Extreme weather poses increasing threat to US power grid – (Already happening here – Admin)
Bad news: Scientists say we could be underestimating Arctic methane emissions – “The researchers found that cold-season methane emissions are not only not negligible — they’re pretty significant.” Duh!
Animation: 2015 vs 1997 El Nino – “That record has been exceeded now several times, in 2005, 2010, and 2014, but just barely. 2015 is blowing it out of the water – and if history is a guide, 2016 is set up to be even warmer.”
There’s tons more – all bad. But if this is too much for you, try this: