Pollution Logic

We all pollute to survive. How much you are comfortable with is a personal decision, and then a societal decision for the community you belong to.


 

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The weather has been crazy. Granted where I’m from it’s almost always crazy, due to our location in relation to bodies of water and wind direction.

But for many in the US it’s been brutally strange. Northern Texas had 20+ tornadoes yesterday and some of them were monsters. Their local forecasts saw almost nothing coming. Flooding and ice storms are on their way for those poor folks.

Other parts of our fine nation went from 70 degree temps to blizzards in days. I had no snow on christmas and now torrential rain predicted for the next week.

Of course the climate change denialists stay quiet during these times. They think local weather = climate, so on colder and calmer days they harp about “no global warming!”. When it’s warmer than normal or more volatile or unusual, they are silent. Praise God!

The primary tell of accelerated climate change is the breaking of cycles and a movement to more extreme and more random weather events. This is that.

And the glaciers. Polar bears. Balance.


 

02 Aug 2010, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wildernes, Alaska, USA --- USA, Alaska, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Icebergs calve with massive splash from Dawes Glacier in Endicott Arm --- Image by © Paul Souders/Corbis

02 Aug 2010, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wildernes, Alaska, USA — USA, Alaska, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Icebergs calve with massive splash from Dawes Glacier in Endicott Arm — Image by © Paul Souders/Corbis