When Late Isn’t Better Than Never

Terrorists tried to blow up the World Trade Center in 1993. That wasn’t enough of a hint for us to step up our security. People knew for decades that New Orleans would be underwater if the right storm came by. We did nothing. Now scientists are telling us that we’re putting the entire world at risk by altering the atmosphere. And it looks like once again we’re going to be too late to do anything about it. And this time, we’re talking about devastation and loss of life on a scale never before seen by mankind. Sadly, for all of us, enough corporate dollars can turn facts into “theories” and make people doubt the findings of unbiased scientific studies.

People get tired of hearing about it. They think it’s something they won’t have to deal with, even if it is real. But we’re already dealing with it. And it’s only going to get worse. Do people have to suffer firsthand before they act to change something? I think for most people, the answer is yes. And I truly believe we as a species may be doomed because of it.

Read this. Then read the comments.

3 responses to “When Late Isn’t Better Than Never

  1. But Al Gore is fat and lives in a big house!

    • And he had a bunch of god-awful kids too, and a drunk ass wife. LOL. Democrats are funny, especially when they are old, fat and drunk. Oh, Ted Kennedy, good for so many laughs and murder too!

  2. Climate change has been occurring since the planet existed. Sea levels change over time, heating and cooling cycles exist in the fossil record. People may believe in global warming, but how much of that is due to human overpopulation (the single biggest driver of human-caused destruction) is debatable. Sure, the climate is changing, but is it a natural occurrence or the result of out of control human breeding?

    Either way, overpopulation has a bigger, more noticeable and immediate negative effect than global warming.

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