Thursday, August 30, 2018

vote dem nov 6th 2018 or bye bye nice weather..

vote dem nov 6th 2018 or bye bye nice weather..

Thursday, July 27, 2017

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Saturday, July 15, 2017


Downfall of civilization Being rational, realistic, scientist and having 37 years of multidisciplinary experience living and working in multiple countries around the globe, I have NO doubt that our civilization is collapsing in mostly all fronts....the financial markets are clearly manipulated; politically and diplomatically we are in a shameful garbage state; morally, ethically, respectfully, humanistic ally etc we are disgraced; ...... we exploited and destroyed our planet in every way we could; commercially it is all about making as much money as possible and stepping over others heads; militarily we are invading sovereign countries and slaughtering people left and right; educationally, agendas are manipulated for us to become "obedient servants/ workers"; religion faiths are clashing...... people almost every where became Orwellian robots semiconscious twittering, chatting, face-booking, playing games and talking gossips and bullshit on their cel phones; our planet is in a increasingly climate chaos; businesses are closing and jobs mingling; our air, waters, junk and GMO foods are poisoning us; selfishness , egoism and ego-centrism are rampant everywhere; ..... cost of health care are exploding; retirement and pension funds are doomed; states and countries are broken; famine and malnutrition affect at least 1/4 of the global population; in the late 1800's our population exploded exponentially from 1.5 billion people to 7.1billion humans and soon we will reach 9 billion (and with their myriad growing demands, desires and necessities that with the lifestyle we live and/ or seek, it's obviously unsustainable); pollution is every where you look; .... Pornography and sexual exploitation are at the peak; bullshit garbage egocentric celebrities are treated like demigods; crimes are spreading like virus; terrorist ( many financed by powers-at-be....Saudi Arabia, US, UK etc) is ticking at faster pace; innocent refugies who lost everything are flooding other countries; more powerful and mortíferos armaments are constantly being developed and sales are booming; mind control techniques are improving and becoming more effective at an alarming rate; privacy is gone, you are watched everywhere, the Big Brother previewed became a Tyrannosaurus Rex... neither the news media nor Hollywood/ TV film entertainment industries are trust-able; cyber attacks are becoming daily events and more wide spread; lies and false appearances are all over the place; we have been bombarded by all types of undesirable advertises; we are extincting 200 species per day.; our fishes are almost all over-fished; wild fires, heat waves and flash floods occur daily; virus and diseases and springing out more frequently; corruption spread like a tornado (see Brazil with the greatest government-big companies corruption in world history); multi billion money-making sports are maddening, blinding and manipulating masses (football, basketball, soccer, Coliseum-type brutal fights etc) ...... most doctors see you as a number on their insurance pay-stub; deforestation is taken as normal part of economic growth (maybe we only have 20-25% of the original global vegetation still standing); sea level is rising at faster pace; almost all years in at least the past decade is warmer than the previous one; arctic sea ice is rapidly mingling; oceans are becoming each time more acidic, warmer (expanding in volume) and the global main currents that help balancing the world's climate are shifting or slowing down; various types of drugs usage are worldwide spread; contraband of goods and trafficking of people (or their organs) became countless....... I could go on and on. It is obvious for any rational thinking mind that our civilization is rolling down the hill at faster speed. I am NOT a pessimist, only absolutely REALIST! OPEN YOUR EYES, BEWARE and PREPARED ( this if you want to survive thru the harshness of the unfolding global chaos)....behold and save my words!
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Thursday, March 16, 2017

VHS HISTORY NEWS Oct 1 1987 - Today in Shanghai

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Thursday, September 17, 2015


Half the World's Marine Life Lost in 40 Years: WWF

The global populations of some marine mammals, fish, birds and reptiles have declined by almost 50 percent in just four decades, according to a new report published on Wednesday by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London.
In the 2015 Living Blue Planet Report the WWF warns that the world's commercial fish stocks have been significantly affected by overfishing, climate change and pollution, and highlights that some of the most important species utilized by humans have been hit the hardest. The fish family which includes tuna and mackerel, for instance, has seen a decline of 74 percent between 1970 and 2010.
One in four species of sharks, rays and skates are now at threat of extinction, a problem which is again attributed to overfishing, while 29 percent of marine fisheries are overfished, according to the report.
Aside from the coral reefs would cease to exist by 2050. Worldwide, mangroves decreased by 20 percent between 1980 and 2005.
The report addressed the problem of rubbish, and specifically plastic, in the world's oceans. 8 million tons of plastic waste is dumped every year into the oceans and it's estimated that there are currently more than 5 trillion plastic pieces in the sea, collectively weighing over 250,000 tons.
Writing in the introduction to the report, Marco Lambertini, the director general of WWF International, said it's obvious where to place the blame. "The picture is now clearer than ever: humanity is collectively mismanaging the ocean to the brink of collapse."
"The situation is urgent and the moment to act is at hand," he continued. "...The pace of change in the ocean tells us there's no time to waste. These changes are happening in our lifetime. We can and we must correct course now."
However, Lambertini also highlighted the ocean's ability to recover from its current situation if solutions are found quickly and key habitats are protected. "The ocean has another great advantage. It is a dynamic, interconnected global ecosystem that can bounce back relatively quickly if the pressures are dealt with effectively."
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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Lawmakers take step toward fulfilling state (CA) climate change goals

"California sets climate goals and accomplishes them with a positive impact on the economy and our health.

Monday, December 01, 2014


At Lima Climate Talks, 2-Degree Warming Limit Is a Thing of the Past

We are now officially in arm’s reach of “dangerous” levels of global warming.
United Nations negotiators are meeting this week in Peru to forge a much-anticipated draft agreement to curb global climate change. They’re brimming with optimism after the recent climate agreement between the U.S. and China, which had eluded negotiators for years. 
 But amid the hope is a much darker reality: Years of stalled talks and baby steps toward action have all but ensured that we will pass the previous do-not-pass benchmark of 2 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100. Now, The New York Times reports, the negotiators’ objective is to stave off atmospheric warming of 4 to 10 degrees by the end of the century, at which point, experts say, Earth may “become increasingly uninhabitable.”

What does 4 degrees Celsius warming look like? According to several experts, 4 degrees is enough to melt most or all of the world’s ice. As climatologist and former NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies chief James Hansen put it in a paper published in the journal Nature last year:
“Four degrees of warming would be enough to melt all the ice.... You would have a tremendously chaotic situation as you moved away from our current climate towards another one. That’s a different planet. You wouldn’t recognise it.... We are on the verge of creating climate chaos if we don’t begin to reduce emissions rapidly.”
Steven Sherwood, a professor at the University of New South Wales, in Australia, and author of another study looking at the implications of 4-degree warming, came to a similar conclusion.
“4C would likely be catastrophic rather than simply dangerous,” Sherwood told The Guardian. “For example, it would make life difficult, if not impossible, in much of the tropics, and would guarantee the eventual melting of the Greenland ice sheet and some of the Antarctic ice sheet.”

The volume of water in the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets alone would raise sea levels by 65 meters, or roughly 213 feet, if released. For comparison, the Statue of Liberty is 150 feet tall. Coastal regions and island nations would all but disappear. Long before then, freshwater sources would become inundated by saltwater.
The U.N. released a report in November that concluded 2 degrees of warming could be avoided only if global emissions peak within the next 10 years and then plummet sharply, going down by half by 2050. A deal of that magnitude is not even on the table. In fact, the agreement being drafted in Lima this week will not be enacted until 2020.
Meanwhile, officials at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration report that 2014 will likely be the warmest year on record. Welcome to a very different type of climate discussion.