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In 2008 the Earth was at an 80% Loss in many of it's natural resources of food and water, this brings on Major Environment Concerns.

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22 April 2009

Today I listened to David Suzuki talk about Earth Day.  He's my favorite speaker of all times.  He gave an analogy of the test tube filled with food and bacteria and of the Earth filled with people.  In the sixty minute test, it took fifty minutes for the bacteria to fill one quarter of the test tube.  The bacteria looked around and said "Look at all the space and food that we have".  At fifty eight minutes, the test tube was three quarters filled with bacteria and the bacteria said, "We need to do something with the over population".   So the bacteria created three new test tubes completely filled with space and food and divided it's population throughout the other test tubes.  In just two more minutes, all of the test tubes were completely filled and there was no more space and no more food.  But, David went on to explain that we are three quarters filled with people now, but we cannot move our population to any other place and we cannot create any other food. 
What he was getting at was that we are in trouble and we are showing no population decrease.  I mentioned this to you before about the blight of 2008 on African and Iranian wheat which killed off 80 - 100 percent of the wheat in these countries.  Today they said that it was not a fungus, but a virus.  Last year, in 2008, reminding about the eights, 80% of the Krill died off, this was world wide.  Also, the Ogalala Aquifer was 80% gone.  On top of that the Tibetan Plateau the glaciers were 80% gone.  There were a number of 80% items that happened and just 80% isn't the truth, because the rate of loss is not linear, it's increasing.  The huge increase, or loss, of these items had started in about 1998, another eight.  When we figure the time scale here, it will be in less than two years before we feel the major effects of these losses. 
In Africa people are being displaced by huge droughts and political unrest.  They are so hungry that many of them are eating dirt just to fill their stomachs.  Now, I am hearing that merchants are selling dirt cookies in their stores there.  If we have this wheat virus hit the United States, the bread basket of the world will be nothing but dirt.  When the Ogalala Aquifer goes dry, the bread basket of the world will be nothing but dirt.  When the glaciers in Tebet melt, China and India will be nothing but dirt.  The social unrest from the hunger will cause huge riots and civil wars as people fight for the last grain of rice and wheat.  This is what we are looking at on a world wide scale unless we act RIGHT NOW to stop global warming and also reduce the population of the Earth.  How do we do that?  Well, that's academic, but you don't want to hear my version.
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An Inconvenient Truth (2006)

An Inconvenient Truth
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With the fate of our planet arguably hanging in the balance, An Inconvenient Truth may prove to be one of the most important and prescient documentaries of all time. As he jokingly refers to himself, "former President-elect" Al Gore felt an urgent personal calling to draw attention--as he had been doing throughout his political career--to the increasingly desperate crisis of global warming, and this riveting documentary is basically a filmed version (by respected TV director Davis Guggenheim) of the PowerPoint lecture that Gore has presented (by his own estimate, well over 1,000 times) to attentive audiences all over the world. Considering Gore's amiable, low-key approach to charts, graphs, statistics, and photographs that leave no room for doubt regarding the reality (not "theory") of global warming as Earth's ultimate environmental crisis, many viewers will be surprised by just how fascinating and convincing this no-frills film really is.

As we learn about the milestone events that shaped his character (including his sister's death and young son's near-fatal injuries after being struck by a car), Gore sheds the stiff demeanor of his 2000 presidential campaign and impresses us as a man with a mission, transcending partisan politics with an impassioned plea for common sense, ethical forthrightness, and passionate purpose in reversing the harmful effects of global warming through personal and political responsibility. Some may accuse Gore of exploiting global warming as a Democratic platform, but his honest conviction regarding this "inconvenient truth" (i.e. overwhelming evidence of global warming that's troublesome to those whose interests are threatened by Gore's irrefutable message) is likely to silence all but the most obtusely stubborn detractors. By taking the high road and discreetly avoiding a full-on assault against the George W. Bush administration (which has steadfastly avoided "the inconvenient truth" with obfuscating spin control and policies favoring the oil industry), Gore effectively rises above political differences with a stern but hopeful eye toward a better future for our children.--Jeff Shannon
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Director Davis Guggenheim eloquently weaves the science of global warming with Al Gore's personal history and lifelong commitment to reversing the effects of global climate change in the most talked-about documentary of the year. An audience and critical favorite, An Inconvenient Truth makes the compelling case that global warming is real, man-made, and its effects will be cataclysmic if we don’t act now. Gore presents a wide array of facts and information in a thoughtful and compelling way: often humorous, frequently emotional, always fascinating. In the end, An Inconvenient Truth accomplishes what all great films should: it leaves the viewer shaken, involved and inspired.





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