I have a happy glow hearing that the Northeast and the Midwest states are blanketed with snow during this holiday season. I’m sorry that it might mean pain and misery for those people, since I live in the South.
I hope that Glogal Warming is a hoax. But the scientists say….and then the other media giant says…...and then the tv show says…...What do we believe??
Could mankind really destroy the environment….or at least tip the balance in such a way that we infringe upon the health and biodiversity of future gerations? Could governments or corporations willingly withhold the truth for the sake of some greedy alternate plot? I hate entertaining these thoughts….but the information is just so in our faces!
—>—> 6 years ago
Reading about poor drowning polar bears and melting ancient glaciers is quite depressing.
We have to think of ways to enjoy what we have while we still have it, plus participate in a method to reverse the damage that is already done.
If only the corporations could cooperate with the masses….maybe just as an experiment:
I think that the work week should be shortened by a day per month and the store hours should be decreased. Car exhaust is highest during commutes to work and errands to the stores, particularly weekend shopping.
Just as an experiment:
1.) a few longer work days,
2.) A few shorter work weeks,
3.) less shopping excursions
4.) Less cash expenditures
5.) fewer credit card debts (from less shopping)
6.) less gasoline consumption …hence less car exhaust.
What is it going to take? 8 years ago
The Polar Bears are going to be extinct. The natural habitat for the bears is slowly melting away. What can we do to insure there will be biodiversity for our grandchildren? Or, better yet, what can be done to insure that the ice doesn’t all melt and flood the continents? Is this all a hoax? Can we make this a goal? 8 years ago
.....plus it doesn’t snow as much anymore. Seeing all the holiday iconic snowmen and horse drawn sleighs seems oddly ancient and idiotic.
We have penguins visit the indoor heated mall at Christmas in Dallas. It used to snow this far south, but it rarely does anymore. Winter coats on the racks will be at giveaway prices by Thanksgiving.
The world is changing. 9 years ago