A UNITED FRONT WOULD BE A PREFERABLE CHOICE – WITH SCIENCE MADE SIMPLE, YET FAR MORE PROFOUND
Three scenarios below provide insight into the POWERHOUSES of global group think, in global sync, in total control, formatting our daily lives and future, relying upon and supported by defective economic and scientific models.
Now imagine, PSY 101 – psychology of beliefs, world views, predominately scientific views …… imagine the destructive havoc A FIRM BELIEF IN A SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATION OF LIMITS can, and does, bring upon our present and future. Specifically, the extremely skewed, “flat world”, shallow view of the standard model of physics with the tiny unresolved flaw between quantum and relativity, a flaw possessing major E=MC2 reality shifts. http://exploringenergyevolution.blogspot.com
These skewed progressions marching toward our future CAN AND WILL ONLY be transformed through major alterations derived from an upgraded E=MC2 reality shift, an upgraded standard model of physics, which in turn will transform our economic model into a sustainable, living economy.
It’s easy to beat ourselves up for not doing enough to speed up sustainability, but it’s important to celebrate courage and commitment ….more
Harvard Business Review How Exactly Will We Move Away from Fossil Fuels?
Investors who have significant money tied up in the fossil fuel industry — every pension and market fund, essentially — are facing a massive risk. The logic, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA) and banks like HSBC, is this: as the world migrates away from carbon-based fuels, trillions of barrels of oil and billions of tons of coal — the assets sitting on the books of energy companies — will become “stranded,” or worthless. ….more
Climate change is real and man-made. It will come as a big surprise that climate change from 1900 to 2025 has mostly been a net benefit, rising to increase welfare about 1.5% of GDP per year. Why? Because global warming has mixed effects and for moderate warming, the benefits prevail. The increased level of CO? has boosted agriculture because it works as a fertilizer and makes up the biggest positive impact at 0.8% of GDP. Likewise, moderate warming avoids more cold deaths ….more