its the greatest tragedy of humanity and all the flora/fauna on this planet that have had no choice but to be victims of our self made 6th extinction.
i mean yes and no. We didnt need exxon to tell us about this. The EPA had a public study that came to basically the same conclusions at around the same time. I graduated high school in 89 and i was very much aware of climate change back then.
I went to college with a lot of pre-med people that were young earth creationists. It does happen. I did not realize how much my little east coast college ignored evolution until I was in graduate school.
Well, we know he’s weirdly religious enough to have had this painting commissioned:
i’m not listening to any god that’s gonna let ben carson or trump supporters into heaven. i’ll gladly take eternal torture by demons over having to spend two minutes with a fucking neurosurgeon who doesn’t believe in evolution.
exactly my reaction.
“You know we live in a society that is very sophisticated, and sometimes we’re not able to achieve the original diet.”
It’s baffling to me that a “highly capable” surgeon would take part in a scam er well not that but that he may believe Genesis is literally true and that he could act like such a dimwit. Maybe he’s an idiot savant like those guys that know what day of the week July 4, 2048 will be but have a nervous breakdown tying…
No, I’m saying that if you ignore the non-cited material at the front, the 4th paragraph is still absolutely true.
In The Green Collar Economy (that came out in 2008), Van Jones points out that middle-class activists talking about “climate crisis” get ignored by working-class people, whose daily lives are dominated by personal crises like making rent, finding money for groceries and medicine, and so on. The message just rings…
The third paragraph is the point, and needs no citation.
I thought the pyramid scheme was where you build ginormous stone monuments which are then used to store miniscule amounts of grain.
Oh, I sure will! Except, darn it, I hardly fly anymore, because it’s become so inhumane and disturbing.
You don’t have to tapdance around the solution. History and science have proven that the only way to motivate people in the aggregate is with money. This means a carbon tax. Plane tickets, gasoline, heating oil, natural gas, and everything else more expensive so that people finally change their behavior.
I absolutely hate that climate change (or whatever) is tied to groups and political parties.
I think that would be wildly entertaining. In the spirit of Jezspin and Jezeroot (lol), I propose a reciprocal takeover between the two outlets.
G/O media should have a 24 hour Lifehacker takeover of Splinter and just dedicate it to basic cleaning and bathing guides.