Too Late Means, well, a Lot of Sh** Hits the Fan

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Okay, I am not going to throw out a lot of fanfare here.  This is simple:  there are 3 links below to videos about climate change and/or people’s reactions to it.  They helped solidify a lot of things in my mind.  There.  Simple.

Now comes that hard part:  You need to watch these.  I don’t care what your viewpoint on global warming is, you need to watch these.  The last one is nearly 1 hour long.  Perhaps, you can skip the first 2 and just watch the last one.  That’s the one that taught me the most.  It frustrates me to no end how people, usually people who are well off compared to the majority of the world, sit back and argue saying there is no problem, no climate change brought on by us.  Well, here is one little item I extrapolated from the longer film:

In the last 50 years or so, the CO2 levels in our atmosphere have gone up 40%, from (I don’t remember exactly) from about 180 -240.

What I see here is this:  It took nearly 3 billion years to get to 180, now it has gone up to 240 in 50 years, but IT’S NOT OUR FAULT?!

That should be enough to help most people see.  It won’t be, but it should.

Do yourself a favor, take an hour out of one of your days, watch the last clip and learn.  Don’t be ignorant.  And, quit procrastinating!

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Tell you what – watch 10 minutes, the decide if the rest is worth it!

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Namaste,

Scott

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