Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Ocean Warming Unstoppable, Pope Fights Capitalism? & More



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Many folks incorporate the warming of the oceans into climatic warming,, yet while there are certain inter-relationships they both have unique conditions that may cause them to act in separate ways. 

In other words, if we could fix the climate, it does not mean that we will also fix the oceans and its issues including  warming, acidification, and rapid life-form extinctions. The feedback loops in each of these cases appear to be marching to their own tunes.

Meanwhile,,the Vatican should be a little more careful with its messages  as history pictures and evidences  their concept and prior support of a - New World Order  - in an awful way  that says "people in glass houses should not throw stones".  In the  end,, you would have to be nuts to trust these theists and their lunatic rantings - for their true colors are irrefutable -- when push, comes to shove! 







Seas will continue to warm for centuries even if manmade greenhouse gas emissions were frozen at today’s levels, after record temperatures last year, bringing additional sea-level rise, and raising the risks of severe storms


 




In May 2007, drought conditions near Lake Okeechobee left deep cracks in an area normally covered by water under a fishing pier. That year, lake levels fell below 10 feet.

South Florida’s rainy season typically kicks in around June with the start of the hurricane season. But this year, following a dry spring, just over six inches has fallen across a 16-county region, more than two inches below average. July arrived with brutal heat, but little seasonal afternoon rain. Rainfall in Broward was off by more than eight inches. Miami-Dade was down seven inches.





Noam Chomsky: Is the empire worth building - and at what cost? 






Image result for dung of the devilThe pontiff condemns the impoverishment of developing countries and apologised for the church’s treatment of native Americans






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He assailed the prevailing economic system saying that 
the systemic “greed for money” is a “subtle dictatorship” that “condemns and enslaves men and women".





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Pope Francis in one of the longest, most passionate speeches of his pontificate,: “We want change, real change, structural change," the pope said, decrying a system that "has imposed the mentality of profit at any price, with no concern for social exclusion or the destruction of nature.”




 


"Sorry Pope & Co., but for some strange reason - this time, we're just not buying it!" 

"Fool me once, shame on .... well, you know what I mean."
George W Bush 



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