Tag Archives: climate change

Don’t bother saving the world

In the grand scheme of things, worlds, suns, and other fabulous celestial bodies come and go all the time, so the loss of one more wouldn’t really make any difference at all, so you can relax. And, the Earth isn’t … Continue reading

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Climate Catastrophe: Pandemic and Pestilence (#poem)

Epidemiologists and public health ethicists have been grappling for some time with the near certainly of widespread disease pandemics resulting from climate change. Changes in non-human animal migration and human migration will bring extant pathogens to new populations as warming … Continue reading

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Climate Catastrophe: The Reckoning (#poem)

Before the reckoning, The water was like glass. We would glide Across the surface, Staring into the deep As naïve as a recently Birthed Godzilla, Never knowing what Destruction our Mutation might bring

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Earth is Burning

They say the earth is burning, But I don’t think it will affect me. It is quite cool where I live, And warming would be a relief. I don’t worry about rising oceans, Because I live on a big hill. … Continue reading

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What scientism means to me

I’ve been reading many posts on scientism lately. Some have been from well-known academics and some have been from less known equally astute members of my social-networking circle. Some seem to equate scientism with atheism, some equate it with a … Continue reading

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