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What I've come to understand: The sun drives changes in Earth's climate. A Co2 rise follows temperature rise, rather than causes it. Co2 levels have been much higher in the past (pre-human) and plants love it, making more oxygen and storing the Co2 in their structures... species proliferate >> carbon sequestration >> cyclical climate changes: some sudden, some gradual - correlating with sun activity. Of course, pollution does us harm, and we need to work with the planet's ecosystems and feedback mechanisms, not against them. Co2 is not a pollutant, we all breathe it and plants need it (also, methane is a much stronger 'warming' gas than co2, but we're still taxed for carbon, not methane, contribution! It's a nonsense). Warming has and will keep happening, as will cooling, regardless of human existence. There are agendas at work, e.g.- we all pay an extra fee to our utility provider as a carbon 'penalty'... will that really help!? It doesn't help the poor keep warm. We need a structural change in clean energy creation and distribution. All this said, my mind is critical but open to new, unbiased, convincing information.
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A few weeks ago I proposed the idea that 'Title' being a required field when filling in forms is totally pointless. Titles are redundant, unless it displays a qualification that you have earned, which perhaps makes a difference to how you are identified by others?? If you want to know my gender, ask that question. If you want to know if I'm married, ask that question (traditionally male titles don't change upon marriage anyway) - so why ask for a title? It's a clumsy and hierarchical construct. Could we devise a way of addressing people without Ms/Mr etc?
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Very true. I watched the video below the other day, and your message dove-tails nicely with the historic points made there: Paul Kivel - Living in the Shadow of the Cross
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One problem with the terms god and man is that they almost exclusively attract the male pronoun, which I feel is divisive, and creates separation and a feeling of hierarchy within our species. We need to work to end the division so that we can recognise our true enemies. The Mayan had an interesting take on harmony and the sexes: check out Alberto Haggar's research Pyramids and Mayan healing and way of life - Alberto Haggar . Language is powerful, and as Max Igan says, you are spelling, casting vibrational energetic spells, as you communicate.
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True Anarchism means no rulers, no masters... not no rules. There will always be natural laws. We should be free up to the point where our choices impact the freedoms of others, including treatment of the environment.
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They have consensus democracy, meaning everyon must agree if rules should change - there are no rulers in Christiania!
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I don't think oil is a great way to power our world, but as to the imposed idea that there is a scarcity of it, and it has to be made really expensive: What about the oil discovery in Coober Pedy, and the suggestion that abiotic oil is a reality?
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As long as there is money, whether it be digital or paper, there will be those who hoard it, and hoard resources in order to get it. I wonder if Contributionism stands a chance in the future.
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Everyone who is spitting their 'traditional' toothpaste and mouthwash into the sink, you are putting fluoride into the sewage system, and we're all drinking it!! Even if the region we live in does NOT fluoridate the water, since fluoride isn't filtered out in the waste processing, and it is not an easy thing to do, then surely it is building up day by day in the public water supply? We need to filter at home. This is not a cheap way to avoid fluoride, but to me, it sadly seems the only way.
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Thats true , i also think about the high concentrations of Pharmacueticals now in the water supply.
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