Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Is going to Kill me

Is going to kill me:(It's so sad that it will come down to this. I feel mostly for allthe animals who will be killed because they do not create Pollutionyet they will die because of us. It's going to be so sad to see themall go because they are just victims.I hope Mother Earth & The Gods feel me & see my efforts & theefforts of others who kill themselves trying to save her.February 24, 2006British Scientist Lovelock Says it's Too Late To Reverse GlobalWarmingDr. James Lovelock says its too late to reverse global warmingByStaff(EUNN) London - James Lovelock, 81, a Fellow of the Royal Societyand honorary visiting professor at Oxford University, says it is toolate for the world to turn around the damage that's been done toEarth's climate and warned the leading nations to prepare for whathe called "living hell" as the earth's climate continues to growwarmer.Lovelock was responsible for the discovery of the globaldistribution of nitrous oxide and of the chlorofluorocarbons, bothof which are important in the stratospheric chemistry of ozone.If a lesser scientist made such a prediction they'd be ridiculed.But Lovelock, now 81, has received a slew of environmental andscientific awards and honours in the US, Europe and Japan.Before this century is over, billions of us will die, and the fewbreeding pairs of people who survive will be in the Arctic where theclimate will be tolerable, Lovelock maintains.According to Lovelock, the world has already passed the point of noreturn for climate change, and civilisation as we know it isunlikely to survive.The theory holds that the planet has a special way of regulatingitself, chemically and atmospherically, of keeping itself fit forlife, as if it were a great superorganism; as if, in fact, it werealive.Lovelock, who conceived the idea in the 1970s while examining thepossibility of life on Mars for Nasa, has been warning of thedangers of climate change since major concerns about it first beganto surface nearly 20 years ago.Now his concerns have reached a peak and have a new emphasis. Ratherthan calling for further ways of countering climate change, he iscalling on governments around the world to begin large-scalepreparations for surviving."I think we have little option now but to prepare for the worst,"Lovelock recently told western governments, "and assume that we havepassed the threshold. We will do our best to survive but sadly Icannot see the US or the emerging economies of China and Indiacutting back in time, and they are the main source of emissions." If you haven't? Please click to donate today & LightMariGoddess Bless And Protect The Nature Conservancy

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