posted on Feb, 10 2014 @ 09:01 PM
reply to post by gardener
Again I hear and watch this rhetoric but a constant question comes to mind:
What are we going to do about it? Nothing. I recycle and it's not enough.
Because it would mean we all would have to give up everything.
Do you realize how many people are reliant upon all the industries that use natural gas from fracking? Does anyone realize how many pollutants are
created from producing plastics? The same plastics that are used in vehicles, housing, technology and business markets? The processes that these
videos are bashing are the same ones that created the electricity to power all the big cities, including all the homes, yours and mine, to sit down
and power the same computers and internet that connects us all together. The processes used to farm all the land to produce all the food to feed all
the people across the globe also seem to cause the pollution that is "changing the Earth". Everything we do, and everything we use has it's own
environmental impact, from using the car to get back and forth to work, to sitting down at a desk under a lamp and typing about it on ATS.
The only escape from all this doom and gloom is to completely give up all forms of manufacturing and industry in every aspect imaginable. Which means
a total and complete destruction of every economy across the world. Period.
Getting back to the stone age. There is absolutely no other answer. Why? Because money is involved and corruption runs DC. Solar panels require some
form of power to create, null. Windmill farms require some form of power to create...again...null.
Until all people give up their creature habits...this will never happen. We would have to get back to basics in every form of life from living at home
without electricity or running water, to growing our own foods locally and without big super markets. The list of things this world would need to
change is immeasurable. I don't think people want to give up their precious iphones just yet.
Besides, taxing the people doesn't fix a problem that the government created.