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Greenland and Arctic Circle / Meltwater & Run-off
« on: April 16, 2017, 03:55:21 PM »

Policy and solutions / Evolutionary Leap
« on: December 02, 2016, 01:50:43 AM »
Evolutionary Leap

Some people are getting depressed or worried now, overwhelmed, you need to read this post. In it, I describe the only viable way out of this man-made mess, both for the individual and for the world.
You have to read the whole thing, read the proposal I put into MIT (knowing they would reject it), to understand it.
Read the whole thing, spend time with the links I give. Get back to me with questions on that post.
Science-denial is not an option.
You cannot complain about science-denial and then become a science-denier using all the same arguments (which I am used to). Read the post, my replies to the post, the links in the post, and realize this is by far the most scientifically validated and most powerful solution out there.
We don't have time for the uber-skeptics and the science-deniers. We need people to have an open mind and start to try to understand why this is real. Scientifically validated, time and time again.
Read the post for the MIT CoLab proposal (and read carefully my Environmental Resume by clicking on my name on that MIT page.)
You have to wake up to the fact things are not what they seem. People are hurting, people are going into PTSD. Do not mock this. Use your brain, with an open mind, that you may be missing some crucial information and understanding. Follow through on this, find out for yourself, and then you can help those people as well.
This is the future. This is an evolutionary leap, and it is going to happen.

I get nothing out of any of this, except wasting my precious time. All organizations are non-profit, I don't work for them, or have much to do with then at all, and I post this here, because I don't know if I'll get around to writing the book, and we are in a worldwide emergency.


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