Tag Archives: pollution

The Mysterious Bronx River

Donald Trump has been unstoppable in his assault of nature from defunding the EPA to banning the term ‘Global Warming’ in government releases, and rolling back the protective codes enacted over the last half-century. The GOP are happy as pigs in shit by the end to environmental strictures against pollution of water, air, and land. […]

800,000 Years Ago

The last Ice Age ended 20,000 years ago. Earth underwent a natural heating process for almost 19,800, but the atmosphere has been filled with carbon emission from the Industrial Age into the present Plague of Consumerism. The last time the atmosphere had 400 ppm of carbon was 800,000 years ago. Homo Sapiens did not exist, […]

The Choice Of Life

Beijing and rampant consumption under the myth of sustainable growth. Or Ban Nok Thailand. The rice fields slowly recovering fromthe poisoning of pesticides and debts to the banks. I vote for the Village of the Birds. The Western Forests are home.

3 Ma – CO2 = 400+

Three million years ago Paranthropus Boisei roamed the East African woods, existing on C4 plants according to scientists. Turtles, elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, rhinoceros and gazelles appear in the fossil record of that long-lost era. The CO2 level 3 ma was 400 ppm and this week the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii recorded that number […]

The Fire Of Rampant Consumerism

In October 1973 an industrial neighborhood in Chelsea, Massachusetts was burned to the ground after a row of chemical storage warehouses burst into flames. The fire could be seen from fifteen miles away in the Blue Hills, but that conflagration was nothing in comparison to the last week’s toxic waste fire at Ruihai Logistics in […]