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How Man’s Effect On Nature Will Change Your Life

Further musings on the absurd antics of the dominant extant species on the only life-bearing planet known to said species. Continue reading

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Global warming, one day at a time

In this video presentation, Dan Gilbert presents four features that threats must have for humans to react to them decisively and instantly. These are: a face violation of moral sensibility clear and present danger fast rate of change We don’t … Continue reading

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You’re invited to change the world

Time for action. Sign the pledge.

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Lies, damn lies and climate deniers

Donald (thanks, Donald) pointed me to a highly illuminating post on Dogs of Doubt, entitled The Politics of Climate Warming. Don’t be fooled by the 2007 datestamp in the ‘Frontline’ PBS video documentary that site links to; although this isn’t … Continue reading

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Who started the industrial revolution?

To Chris Huhne Subject Don’t rip up the rules on climate Great Britain is directly responsible for the mess our planet is in because we instigated the industrial revolution. It is our duty to take the lead in correcting the … Continue reading

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Moving Planet update — from Bill McKibben, 350.org

At the end of a day during which I, dishearteningly, saw no sign of Moving Planet other than those that I deliberately sought out, and in which nobody I spoke to had heard of Moving Planet, I’ve received the following … Continue reading

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Lost in the din

The mass of humanity Upon our planet Earth Is greater than it’s ever been Since civilisation’s birth. Fossil fuels are burning Faster than ever before. We’re only now just learning; Science has been telling us We need to change our … Continue reading

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The American Dream has become a nightmare

The most powerful man on the planet is often said to be the President of the United States of America. And yet, where it truly counts, President Barack Obama is powerless. I believe that the 44th US President entered office … Continue reading

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Extinction

Courtesy of Moth on New Anthropocene, after David Robertson; The following video is only 40 seconds long. Please watch it. This is a video is of a thylacine, a marsupial tiger; Thylacinus cynocephalus. It is extinct. Habitat destruction, pollution and … Continue reading

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Are you for mandatory emissions reporting in the UK?

Shamelessly copy-pasted from an email I’ve just received: Last May, inspired by 10:10, David Cameron and Chris Huhne pledged to cut central government carbon emissions by 10% in twelve months. The results were announced today: a 100,000 tonne decrease in … Continue reading

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