This is the first thread I have started in a while which looks at the sober reality of what the planet is facing due to the industrialization of the
planet and what price such technological achievements are in terms of life.
First of all, I acknowledge we exist in the 6th largest mass extinction event in the history of this planet. If you do not know about it, here is the
wiki link and my advice is get to know the reality of what we face: en.wikipedia.org...
Before BP and Fukushima, there was this major crisis on our hands relating to Bee's and Colony Collapse Disorder (2006). Here is that wiki link for
those not in the know: en.wikipedia.org...
To this date, the Bee's are still dying and the collapse is still happening. Google colony collapse disorder on google, or google news to see it's
still on going.
Einstein said it best, "If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live"
In 2005, only one reported mass die-off's of animals existed. By 2006 a few more reports occurred. By 2010 following the BP Oil Spill hundreds of
mass animal die offs have been reported. 2010-2011 have been staggering years for millions of now deceased animals that once co-existed on planet
Earth. Many speculate this is related to the BP Oil Spill and Corexit used to disperse the oil. The die-off numbers and patterns fit the Gulf of
One just needs to look at the Gulf of Mexico to see a pattern here. It's not rocket science to draw a logical and intelligent conclusion that the BP
oil spill and die-offs are interconnected and relative.
Now we have a new crises that likely dwarfs the BP Oil Spill in terms of long term environmental damages and that is our new friend Fukushima and all
the radioactive waste now spreading across the entire planet. Radiation kills slowly over time and we may not know what 2014 will bring, but I
guarantee you it will be lots and lots of cancer.
In my life on this planet, I have never seen it this bad. The nightmare scenario of the Holocene Extinction was bad enough, followed by CCD and the
BP Spill. Fukushima is now claiming our air, water and food supply with radioactive concentrations of cancer causing isotopes. The likes of which we
have never seen before. Plutonium-239 already detected since March 18th on the West Coast of North America.
Something that most people don't realize has been covered-up. This planet is dying, and the cause of it's death isn't natural disasters as one
might think. It is the actions of Man that has sealed the planet's fate. Each of us contributors to it's slow demise.
Sad really, it was such a beautiful planet until humanity got greedy and over confident in it's own divergence from nature. Enjoy the last remaining
"good" years if any. They are going the way of the do-do bird.