The End of the World is Here and Now
LINK TO POISONED AMERICA and WATER CRISIS posts
LINK to SUDDEN CLIMATE CATASTROPHE post …
TOPICS IN THIS POST
UNNATURAL NATURAL DISASTERS
RESOURCE EXTRACTION BAD IDEAS
CLEAN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT GOOD IDEAS
SCIENCE OF GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS
DROUGHTS AND DESERTIFICATION
WORST HUMAN ACTIONS FOR FUTURE EARTH-CONDITIONS
All environmental problems are devastating to the economy and are rooted in economic choices by individuals.
The economy and the environment are inseparable. The economy is the environment.
The balancing of economy and ecology has yet to be achieved. Important sectors are resisting necessary change, instead of working towards it.
Much of the governing elite do not believe that environmental issues are important. This will soon cause widespread panic. Right now the panic is confined to intelligent individuals and neglected disaster areas.
Capitalists and the older lead-brained generation, say, “We’ll be dead before any of this effects us, and we can’t do anything because we’re predetermined anyway.”
Young people say, “I’m being raped on the anti-socialist domestic front of the Cold War … and now this?! Fuck you!”
Apocalypse as Revealing process of God-realization and peace-bringing establishment of Golden Age of knowledge and prosperity for all
Apocalypse as End of the World in Destruction of every imaginable type, bringing a dark age and extinction and utlimate loss of human peak of intelligence
old words to consider
(Creation, Hell, Destruction, Apocalypse, Initiation, Revelation, Eschaton, Salvationism, Apotheosis, Utopia, Eternity, Heaven)
I wanted to show people this all at once, because that’s when it’s happening; All at once.
And you might ask, “All at once?! But that’s a place!”
Where is that?
People don’t have time to research something that’s all at once everywhere! We’ll have to abandon responsibility!
We’ll have to create a theory of everything that reverses time to unfuck the world!
Tremendous acts of education are possible!
Territories – Rush
Conscious choices to let the world burn… are being made every day.
Firefighters Let House Burn Down Over $75
GOOGLE VOLKSWAGEN DIESEL EMISSIONS CHEAT
Read about of Volkswagen 11 million diesel cars rigged with software, designed to cheat emissions tests, to evade limits to carbon release into the atmosphere. — Why did they do that? Why aren’t they recalled?
Is a zero-emissions control system even possible to build for car, truck, and plane engines?
Unfortunately we likely do not have time to wait for that invention.
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US Scientific Societies Urge Congress to Act on Climate Change 1/2
US Scientific Societies Urge Congress to Act on Climate Change 2/2
Huge Gas Flare
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Global Flaring Map
Gas Flare Video Algeria
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HUGE Natural Gas Leak Devastating Alaska
CLIMATE CHANGE MEANS ALL VARIETIES OF DISASTERS WILL GET WORSE AND WORSE UNTIL THE WORLD CANNOT SUPPORT BILLIONS OF PEOPLE ANYMORE
Hockey Stick Graph
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America’s $16 trillion problem… that both Presidential candidates actually agree on
Judge Says Kids Can Sue Government For Climate Inaction
Fracking Way Worse Than Anyone Thought – TYT
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LINK TO ARTICLES ON CONNECTION BETWEEN FRACKING AND EARTHQUAKE FREQUENCY
GasLand Josh Fox Documentary
WATER SCARCITY AND DESERTIFICATION
DiscoveryNews Short Clip – “How Much Of America Is In A Drought?”
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Global warming to cause historic “megadrought” by century’s end.
Why We Should Stop Building Dams
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Humanity’s Planet: Dams in America, 1800-2003
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LIST AGREEMENTS TO SAVE THE RAINFOREST, ALONG WITH THE DAMAGE ALREADY DONE
WATCH VICE on GARBAGE ISLAND again
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“Trees are our enemy.”
– An Unnamed American Army commander in 1971 – from Philip Jones Griffiths, “Agent Orange: Collateral Damage in Viet Nam”
“Trees are our enemy.” So said the US Army Commander in 1967, as they prepared to empty gallons of their deadly herbicide, Agent Orange, over the south of Viet Nam to defoliate and leave the enemy nowhere to hide. Agent Orange contained dioxin, one of the most poisonous substances known to man. It sounds almost too obvious to say that ‘collateral damage’ as they call it, would be inevitable. As the land and water supplies became contaminated, the first birth defects were reported in 1969, and quickly covered up.
Philip had made his name photographing the conflict in Viet Nam, with the more overt war accessories of guns and tanks and destruction, and publishing the 1971 book ‘Viet Nam Inc.’, a respected and important photobook that was responsible for turning the tide of public opinion in the US against the war. —> also “Agent Orange – Collateral Damage in Viet Nam” in 2003.
FIVE MILLION – ACRES OF FOREST DESTROYED. 500,000 – ACRES OF FARMLAND DESTROYED.
American Army Generals Too Afraid to Fight with Tree Cover.
So We Fight the Trees First. They’re the Front Line.
Another catastrophically immoral war crime to add to the books..
Following the chemical warfare sent from America, natural regeneration of the lost forest was not possible..
Moreover, with the defoliated lands unable to hold on to the soil during the heavy rains, there resulted a depletion of soil nutrients and large scale erosion, especially in the mountainous regions affecting 28 river basins in southern Vietnam. Even with intense reforestation, it would take a hundred years or more to bring these areas back to pre-war conditions.
Hundreds of tree species were among the victims of the herbicides. A minimum of 20 million cubic meters of timber was destroyed, though estimates range as high as 90 million taking into consideration the additional impact of plows, bombing, napalm strikes and harvesting of defoliated trees. The destruction was so great that the terms “ecological warfare” and, later, “ecocide” were coined to describe it.
About 10 percent of the trees sprayed died from a single spray run. Multiple sprayings resulted in increased mortality for the trees, as did following herbicide missions with napalm or bombing strikes.
OVER THE COURSE OF TEN YEARS –> the US Air Force flew nearly 20,000 herbicide spray missions to destroy the forest cover as well as agricultural lands in key areas of southern Vietnam. More than five million acres of forests and agricultural lands were sprayed at least once, approximately 10% of total land area of southern Vietnam, and about 20% of the forest cover.
Associated Press/Worldwide Photos
In addition to Agent Orange… 15% of the spray runs, mainly using Agent Blue, were targeted against agricultural lands an attempt to deny food to the enemy. However, civilian food sources were also damaged.
As Wayne Dwernychuk of the Hatfield Group reported in 2002, “The loss of a significant proportion of southern Vietnam‘s forest cover triggered a number of related effects. For example, loss of timber led to reduced sustainability of ecosystems, decreases in the biodiversity of plants and animals, poorer soil quality, increased water contamination, heavier flooding and erosion, increased leaching of nutrients and reductions in their availability, invasions of less desirable plant species (primarily woody and herbaceous grasses), and possible alterations of both macro- and micro-climates.”
- ‘Long Term Consequences of the Vietnam War: Ecosystems, Report to the
Environmental Conference on Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, Stockholm, Sweden’
Annual grassland fires in southern Vietnam stem in part from the destruction of forested areas by US military herbicides, explosives, and mechanical land-clearing and -burning operations during the Vietnam War.
In addition to the massive environmental impact of the U.S. defoliation program in Vietnam, that nation has reported that some 400,000 people were killed or maimed as a result of exposure to herbicides like Agent Orange. In addition, Vietnam claims half a million children have been born with serious birth defects, while as many 2 million people are suffering from cancer or other illness caused by Agent Orange.
In 2004, a group of Vietnamese citizens filed a class-action lawsuit against more than 30 chemical companies, including the same ones that settled with the U.S. veterans in 1984. The suit, which sought billions of dollars worth of damages, claimed that Agent Orange and its poisonous effects left a legacy of health problems and that its use constituted a violation of international law. In March 2005, a federal judge in Brooklyn, New York, dismissed the suit; another U.S. court rejected a final appeal in 2008.
Carbon Based Lifeforms – Photosynthesis
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https://fsapps.nwcg.gov/afm/index.php US Active Fire Mapping
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ASIAN GAS MONSTER
A 2002 study, published in the Lancet, indicated that nearly two million people die each year, in India alone, from conditions related to the brown cloud.
Bill Liao: “Two Trillion Trees to Save the World”
AMERICAN FOREST FIRES INCREASING QUICKLY
Natural causes of wildfires include lightning, sparks from rockfalls, spontaneous combustion, and volcanic eruption.
Human causes of wildfires include sparks from machine equipment, discarded cigarettes, and crazy idiots.
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Funk has been researching the impact of climate change on landscapes in the US, and says there is very well documented scientific evidence that climate change has been increasing the length of the fire season, the size of the area burned each year and the number of wildfires.
Wildfires are either started accidentally by humans or by natural causes like lightning.
These “ignition events” don’t have a major effect on the scale of the fire, says Funk. But what does affect scale are prevailing climate conditions. And these have become warmer and drier – due to climate change.
Greenhouse gas emissions, via the greenhouse effect, are causing the global temperature to increase and the climate to change.
But the unnatural increase in wildfires is causing entire forests to burn down uncontrollably. This is bad for the environment – and for us.
Wildfires pose risks to human life, property and infrastructure – and directly kill plants and animals, destroying their habitat.
But the biggest problem is that the scale of these fires has increased to the degree that they themselves have become significant contributors of greenhouse gas emissions.
“It creates a feedback loop: the fires create more emissions, which in turn contribute to more global warming, which will then cause more fires,” Funk said.
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Firefighters Battle the Infernos of Climate Change | The Story Group
HISTORY AND SCIENCE OF WILDFIRES … ?
more articles to look at and possibly quote from
UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS
Infographic: Western Wildfires and Climate Change
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Bill Moyers Interview with Chris Hedges July 20, 2012
MOUNTAIN TOP REMOVAL — BLOWING UP MOUNTAINS FOR COAL
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Noam Chomsky on stupid people
National Geographic Explorer Bill Nyes Global Meltdown [HD]
Embed Christian apocalypse people, maybe
Someone once said to me, “We must live as if the apocalypse has already happened.”
“The apocalypse is not something which is coming. The apocalypse has arrived in major portions of the planet and it’s only because we live within a bubble of incredible privilege and social insulation that we still have the luxury of anticipating the apocalypse. If you go to Palestine, or Bosnia, or Somalia or Peru or much of the third-world.. then it appears that the apocalypse has already arrived.” – T. Mckenna
Global Dying We Are Going Through – Terence Mckenna
History Is A Transcendental Metamorphosis – Terence McKenna
Terence Mckenna on the end of the world
Chaos and the Imagination clip 5
John David Ebert on Apocalyptic Myths
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American Evangelicals & ISIS Feel Fine About the End of the World
Millions of Evangelical Christians Want to Start WWIII to Speed the “Second Coming” … and Atheist Neocons are Using Religion to Rile Them Up to Justify War Against Iran
VICE – Rignot Excerpt
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What the Earth would look like if all the ice melted – Business Insider Science
Our Rising Oceans: VICE Debrief
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What the US would look like if all the Earth’s ice melted
Meltwater – Biosphere & Higher Intelligence Agency
Before the Flood – Full Movie | National Geographic
Our Rising Oceans (VICE on HBO: Season 3, Episode 1)
Wildlife Populations Plunging Worldwide
NASA Warns Of Mass Extinction If We Don’t Fix Climate Change
The Fire Ant – Space Ghost
Trump Signs Government Scientist Gag Order
Science Committee Will ‘Make EPA Great Again’ By Ignoring Science
Emails Show EPA Head’s Cozy Ties With Big Oil
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White House Planning DEEP Cuts To EPA
Graphs Comparing Severity of Weather Disasters from 1980 to 2015 – Washington Post
(FIND DATA/ESTIMATE on the specific level of increase in severity for each type of weather disaster due to climate change)
Hurricane Severity Causes Floods and Coastal Damage
Hurricane Katrina and
Other Hurricanes causing oceans to move inland? Even before sea levels rise?
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Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: In the Wake of Disaster 1989 | Retro Report | 2013
2010 – British Petroleum Oil Leak – Caused by gross negligence ‘saving money’
(Over Four Million Barrels) “Over Two Hundred Million Gallons” of crude oil spilled into the gulf over the course of three months before capping it.
1300+ miles of coastal habitats hit severely – Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas
Compounding the Damage of Louisiana’s Long-term Land Loss
A football field–sized area of land is being washed away every hour
Lawsuits are being filed to hold oil and gas companies responsible for the destruction.
(read full article, for how many years?)
BP’s Deepwater Horizon Spill cost total $62B – USA Today
Burning the oil from the ocean? Making it much worse? A little worse? Or a little better?
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“Money,” says Clint Guidry, acting president of the Louisiana Shrimp Association, “is killing us.”
Images from NASA Satellite
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Revisit the BP oil spill, 5 years later
The British Petroleum Oil Spill
More than one million gallons PER DAY spilled into the ocean for EIGHTY-SEVEN DAYS.
‘100 Days of the BP Oil Spill’ – Time Magazine.
the oil slick covered 25,000 square miles, find source for this fact
GOOGLE FOR THE WORLD WILDLIFE FEDERATION REPORT
“The long-term damage caused by the oil and the nearly two million gallons of chemical dispersants used on the spill may not be known for years,” the report added.
Vice News: BP Oil Spill Is Still Making People Sick
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The following text is taken from this article.
As days turned into weeks and it became obvious that no one knew how to plug the gushing well, BP began insisting that Corexit be used to disperse the leaking oil. This triggered alarms from scientists and from a leading environmental NGO in Louisiana, the Louisiana Environmental Action Network (LEAN).
Use of Corexit had been authorized years(?) before under the federal Oil Pollution Act.
The group’s scientific adviser, Wilma Subra, a chemist whose work on environmental pollution had won her a “genius grant” from the MacArthur Foundation, told state and federal authorities that she was especially concerned about how dangerous the mixture of crude and Corexit was: “The short-term health symptoms include acute respiratory problems, skin rashes, cardiovascular impacts, gastrointestinal impacts, and short-term loss of memory,” she told GAP investigators. “Long-term impacts include cancer, decreased lung function, liver damage, and kidney damage.”
(Nineteen months after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, a scientific study published in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Pollution found that crude oil becomes 52 times more toxic when combined with Corexit.)
BP had lied about how safe Corexit is, and proof of its dishonesty would eventually fall into the hands of the Government Accountability Project..
The combination of Corexit and crude oil also caused terrible damage to gulf wildlife and ecosystems, including an unprecedented number of seafood mutations; declines of up to 80 percent in seafood catch; and massive die-offs of the microscopic life-forms at the base of the marine food chain.
GAP warns that BP and the U.S. government nevertheless appear poised to repeat the exercise after the next major oil spill: “As a result of Corexit’s perceived success, Corexit … has become the dispersant of choice in the U.S. to ‘clean up’ oil spills.” They would use it again … (CHECK SOURCE OF THIS QUOTE and any similar statements by government..)
VICE Debrief: Crude Awakening
The most astonishing thing about BP’s cover-up? It was carried out in plain sight, right in front of the world’s uncomprehending news media (including, I regret to say, this reporter).
The chief instrument of BP’s cover-up was the same substance that apparently sickened countless cleanup workers and local residents. Its brand name is Corexit, but most news reports at the time referred to it simply as a “dispersant.”
The ~ 1.84 million gallons of Corexit that BP applied during the cleanup served a public-relations purpose: They made the oil spill all but disappear, at least from TV screens. By late July 2010, the Associated Press and The New York Times were questioning whether the spill had been such a big deal after all. Time went so far as to assert that right-wing talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh “has a point” when he accused journalists and environmentalists of exaggerating the crisis.
BP hid that massive amount of oil from TV cameras and the price that this “disappearing act” imposed on cleanup workers, coastal residents, and the ecosystem of the gulf. That story can now be told because an anonymous whistleblower has provided evidence that BP was warned in advance about the safety risks of attempting to cover up its leaking oil. Nevertheless, BP proceeded. Furthermore, BP appears to have withheld these safety warnings, as well as protective measures, both from the thousands of workers hired for the cleanup and from the millions of Gulf Coast residents who stood to be affected.
“These are the same symptoms experienced by soldiers who returned from the Persian Gulf War with Gulf War syndrome,” says Michael Robichaux, a Louisiana physician and former state senator, who treated Griffin and 113 other patients with similar complaints.
Only months later, after Kaye H. Kilburn, a former professor of medicine at the University of Southern California and one of the nation’s leading environmental health experts, came to Louisiana and tested 14 of Robichaux’s patients did the two physicians make the connection with Gulf War syndrome, the malady that afflicted an estimated 250,000 veterans of that war with a mysterious combination of fatigue, skin inflammation, and cognitive problems.
One cleanup worker’s description of the poisoning by Corexit:
Within days, she was coughing up blood and suffering constant headaches. She lost her voice. “My throat felt like I’d swallowed razor blades,” she says.
Then things got much worse.
Like hundreds, possibly thousands, of workers on the cleanup, Griffin soon fell ill with a cluster of excruciating, bizarre, grotesque ailments. By July, unstoppable muscle spasms were twisting her hands into immovable claws. In August, she began losing her short-term memory. After cooking professionally for 10 years, she couldn’t remember the recipe for vegetable soup. It felt like the nerves were coming out of my skin. It was so painful. My right leg swelled — my ankle would get as wide as my calf — and my skin got incredibly itchy.”
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VICE Season 2: Crude Awakening
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READ THIS ARTICLE FULLY AND PULL OUT BEST QUOTES FOR SUMMARIZATION
It took three months to build the relief well to stop the flow. The spill immediately threatened more than 65,000 acres in four National Wildlife Refuges, home to endangered species. (google this fact and find best source)
how much oil is still in the gulf and can’t be cleaned up and removed?
Over three months, oil leakage in the Gulf of Mexico created the biggest oil disaster in the U.S. Scientists estimated 184 million gallons were spilled, 18 times the amount spilled by the Exxon Valdez.
compare to statistics/info of the history of the exxon valdez spill in the 80s
https://www.thebalance.com/exxon-valdez-oil-spill-facts-effects-on-economy-3306206 (maybe google a better source)
impact of the Exxon oil spill lasted for decades. In 1989, the Exxon Valdez crashed onto the shore of Prince William Sound in Alaska, contaminating 1,300 miles of coastline with 250,000 barrels (11 million gallons) of oil.The tourism industry immediately lost over 26,000 jobs and more than $2.4 billion in sales. By 2003, it still hadn’t recovered completely.
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In 2011, half of the area’s bottlenose dolphins were compromised by lung disease. An NOAA study reported this type of disease is caused by “toxic exposure to oil.” Nearly 20% were so ill they weren’t expected to live. BP contested the study. (Source: WSJ, Sick Dolphins Tied to Oil Spill, December 19, 2013)
More than 1,700 sea turtles were found stranded (between May 2010 and November 2012), compared to 240 normally found a year. In addition, 930 dolphins and whales were stranded (between February 2010 and April 2013), compared to 20 normally found. To replace lost foraging habitat for ducks and other migratory birds, 79,000 acres of harvested and idle rice fields have been intentionally flooded. (Sources: Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, April 17, 2013. NOLA.com, BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill draws wide array of comments on 3rd anniversary, April 19, 2013.)
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Nearly 10 million pounds of oily residue was removed from Louisiana shorelines between June 2011 – April 7, 2013. However, more than 200 miles still has this oily residue embedded in its marshlands, killing vegetation and causing erosion. While Louisiana was the hardest hit, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida shorelines were also impacted. Here’s how much oil residue was collected between June 2011 and March 2013:
- Louisiana — 9,810,133 pounds
- Alabama — 941,427 pounds
- Mississippi — 112,449 pounds
- Florida — 73,341 pounds.
google how much oil is estimated to remain in the gulf?
QUOTE THIS DOCUMENT about the real effects and damage to ecosystem and businesses
QUOTE THIS ARTICLE AND DO FURTHER RESEARCH FROM THEIR LINKS
Articles in The Guardian 2016
Animated map of the major oil and gas pipelines in the US
Pipeline Nation: America’s Broken Industry
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QUICK HISTORY OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST OIL SPILLS
YEAR / LOCATION / CAUSE / # BARRELS / # GALLONS
The largest oil spill in history is called the ‘Lakeview Gusher’ in California way back in 1909. The leak continued for 18 months, six times longer than the BP oil leak. It released
The 2nd largest oil spill was an intentional act of war in Iraq in 1991 – Gulf War. Persian Gulf, Kuwait. ??? find video expl.
The third largest oil spill
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7 Super Toxic U.S. Sites
How A Fire Can Burn Underground for Thousands of Years – DNews
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STORY OF CENTRALIA, PA
Can You See the Fire? — Extreme Science #2
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Manitoba Pipeline Explosion
Imagine a country without National Parks. Imagine a land with oil fields instead of geysers, mountains littered with construction equipment, the greatest trees in the world laying, stricken from their roots.
Imagine a country with no Grand Canyon.
Recently, the new Republican government has paved the way to opening up these sacred lands to be sold and/or used for drilling or development. This is one of the most solemn moments America has ever seen.
Donald Trump has already signed executive orders which, if passed, will revive the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. Along with censoring the EPA and the National Park Service, these movements could lead to many lands, and the Parks themselves, being sold off to companies and developers, letting them be turned into pipeline sites, real estate, or mining sites for gas, coal, and oil. This would turn our National Parks to nothing more but dumping grounds and building sites.
Stand up. Speak up. Don’t let this continue! Don’t set a precedent letting the government butcher our lands and drain them of their beauty!