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Posts Tagged ‘State of the World’

U.S. COULD BE THE 1ST MAJOR COUNTRY TO COLLAPSE

Posted by feww on June 11, 2010

‘World cannot survive without a revolution’

A year ago to the date MSRB wrote [and Google censored—filtered, blocked, or buried:]

Not Just the US, world cannot survive without a revolution

Consider this:

1. About 92 percent of all economic activity goes toward maintaining a system that is destroying the very world our lives depend on.

2. Between us and a possible future stands a tiny minority that are actively destroying our chances of getting there. More…

America has very little time, if any, to put its house in order, before facing a major collapse.

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Nature’s ‘Deselection’ Engine Revving Up!

Posted by feww on November 16, 2009

submitted by a blog contributor

Thought for the Day:

You may be undergoing natural ‘deselection’ processes at such phenomenal rates you cannot imagine!

  • Are you insane?
  • Following the wrong road map?
  • Your systems too inflexible?
  • Organizations burdensome?
  • Your methods unsustainable?
  • Do your schemes fly in the face of nature?
  • Doing less with more, unaware of your impact on nature?
  • Choosing sight over right?
  • Lost the will to work in harmony with nature?
  • Killing the oceans and polluting the air and ripping the heart out of nature?

If so, then nature wants you—out!

As Human Assault on Nature Accelerates, Nature’s ‘Deselection’ Engine Revs Up!

You may be undergoing natural ‘deselection’ processes at such phenomenal rates you cannot imagine!

Why is that such a bad thing for most everyone else?

‘Collateral Damage!’

How do you avoid the collateral damage?

That depends on your ‘cost-benefit’ analysis!

  • How much money do you make?
  • How often do you fly?
  • On average, how many miles do you clock up per day?
  • What’s your electricity consumption rate?
  • What sort of food do you eat and how much?
  • How much waste do you leave behind?
  • How flexible is your lifestyle?
  • Do you support war?
  • How many people have you killed, or are being killed in your name?
  • Are you single or married?
  • How many children do you have?
  • Really, how much do you love your kids?

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No Fertile Land, No Food!

Posted by feww on July 2, 2008

Accelerated land degradation threatens food security of a quarter of the world’s population: FAO

Main entry: Land degradation threatens 1.5 billion people


A dried up river filled with sand winds its way across the desert in eastern Chad, June 5, 2008. REUTERS/Finbarr O’Reilly.
Image may be subject to copyright. See FEWW Fair Use Notice!

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The Climate Change Crusades

Posted by feww on June 10, 2008

Are YOU a Climate Change Crusader?
How Do YOU Fight Climate Change?
Should YOU Crusade Against the Climate Change, or just STOP heating the globe?

A Shrinking World Series

Make No Mistake: Nature Always Has the Last Word!

Midwest Flood Update:

A dam near the Wisconsin Dells resort area broke on Monday, causing mudslides that swept away homes, as torrential rains caused more flooding across the U.S. Midwest.

Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle declared a state of emergency in 30 counties in the south of the state. In Iowa, where 33 counties were flooded, and Indiana, where flooding forced hundreds of people to evacuate homes in the central and western parts of the state, similar declarations have been made. Parts of Illinois, Michigan and Minnesota have been affected by flooding.

“This is an area that’s been bombarded with rain over the weekend, anywhere from 5 to 10 inches, and you’re dealing with saturated soils. So any rain that falls becomes run-off,” the National Weather Service’s Pat Slattery said.

OUCH! Too Close to the bank! Like the Kubeniks and the Pekars (see image caption), rivers are “living” creatures; they need room to complete their cycle of life!


The homes of the Kubeniks (R) and the Pekars are damaged after a dam broke at man-made Lake Delton, Wisconsin June 9 2008. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson. Image may be subject to copyright. See FEWW Fair Use Notice.

“Flood damage estimated in the tens of millions of dollars were being added to recent storm damage in Iowa, including a tornado that flattened the town of Parkersburg two weeks ago.” Reuters reported.

In Iowa:

  • The water treatment plant in Mason City was swamped by the Winnebago River.
  • Three of four bridges in the town of Charles City were swept away by flooding of the Cedar River.
  • The town of New Hartford was evacuated.

Corn and soybean fields were submerged under the floodwater in Midwestern states. Iowa and Illinois account for about 35% of U.S. corn and soybeans, usually the world’s largest harvests of those crops. However, the prospects of a bumper crop year were further eroded, following a wet spring that had already delayed planting. (Source)

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The World’s one harvest from starvation!

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