Some of my formerly radical views seem to be becoming more mainstream. Click this first link to read the main topic of this post.
I’ve been talking about the Great Human Die-off for years and have felt like somewhat of a crackpot for doing so. I’ve usually qualified it as just my opinion based on hearing and reading a lot of environmental science.
Now, it seems that the idea of human extinction within the time frame of those alive today is no longer such a crackpot idea.
Woo Hoo!! Go for it my fellow birders. Wish I could join you!
First, this film is not intended to be an attack on Monsanto in particular. That’s just my take.
Home page for the film: http://inhabitfilm.com/
There are a number of excellent points about a holistic look at farming in this film. Farming can produce high yields and increase top soil instead of depleting it. And, in some cases, it may not even need irrigation. This is a really interesting film showing a number of ways permaculture can be practiced in farm country, in the suburbs, and even in cities.
For decades, ExxonMobil funded climate denial. During those same decades, they were leading the industry in planning for climate change.
Their lies may well cause human extinction. And, they’re still lying.
The executives at ExxonMobil are easily among the worst human beings on the planet and are a big part of the reason I’m a misanthrope.
Can we put them toes first into a meat grinder … and turn the crank very very slowly?
Much like middle class Americans voting Republican, polar bears in Russia are acting against their own self-interest. In this case, they are attempting to stop climate scientists from doing their jobs. </snark>