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20 November 2010 Issue

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Global Warming...What The Government Isn't Telling Us

Global Warming, Why the warming of the ocean just as little as 2 to 4 degrees will destroy life on this planet. What the Goverment isn't telling us

By John Karliscek

I have been researching global warming and the negative impact the USDA and a meat based diet have on this problem. I feel seriously warranted to expose a myriad of perceived disasters which are now presenting themselves to be factual as they enter the beginning of conceptional formations.

The disclosure of how the encroaching warming of our waters will affect the floor of the ocean, which in itself is only a thin crust, was an unforeseen revelation. As the oceans temperature rises and we're talking a mere two to four degrees, fissures and wide splitting of the ocean floor shall occur, causing irreversible disintegration. This warming will cause methane gas, now precariously frozen underneath the seabed to thaw and return to a gaseous state. This gas, once released, will enter our atmosphere quite rapidly. It doesn't take much deducing to conclude our ability to breath will cease. This epitomizes just how tedious and multifaceted are the problems we will be encountering.

Global warming is serious and all encompassing in its wrath. It is time we insist on alternate energy sources and the end of the USDA's savage Meat Industry. Fortified with their criterion of deception to garnish huge fortunes by any venue possible, they are responsible for the largest, most egregious industry now functioning, this being the use of animals as commodities known as livestock. The percentage of these animals bodily emissions has been theorized to be the greatest contributor of air pollution, their waste by products are polluting not only the air but also have permeated our limited fresh water supply.

Our planet contains and has available only. 01 to. 02 % fresh water. Almost all earth bound life forms thrive on fresh water, not salt water. Not only must we include the livestock industry as polluters but also gluttons as they consume vast amounts of this limited water supply. It is time they stop this self indulgent money machine. We must become emphatic about our concerns and insist that they cease using animals as commodities, end this archaic industry and become focused on the production of vegetation for human consumption. As we approach the cessation of fossil fuels and the carbon chain as our industrial fortress and economic base new venues must be acquired.

With the global population now at about 7 billion humans plus numerous animals and plant life, our fresh water supply is going to be depleted. We must carefully manage this situation, curbing these greed mongers' actions is imperative. Their indifference to these forthcoming problems, their self absorption, arrogance and abstruseness is quite the paradigm.

I personally find their continuous actions to be venal, indolent and apparently so deeply rooted as to appear to be hermetically sealed from any rhetoric or constructive discussions or changes. This is our challenge to insist on a pragmatic assimilation of solutions to these future problems using abject realities indigenous to our continued ability to thrive and disrupt this plague of cronyism. We act now or face global extinction. Humans and animals on this planet need oxygen to breath, not methane gas. We will suffocate.

Linda Beane .

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