Hey, what's up everybody. I know everybody is bored of hearing about global warming and the threats imposed by the possible effects of climate change to a world society that is already challenged by many other serious factors. But I think the truth is that everybody is actually just sick of the idiocy that surrounds the stagnant debates on the issues of climate change, and I think that this is the problem itself at this point. I think this because the vested interests of big business and government can silence the little voice of Reason straining to be heard from science, using finances to win the the arenas of media and public awareness.
That means that only large scale social and cultural level proliferation of a clear understanding of the issue, unadulterated with politically or commercially motivated arguments, can effect this situation very much. Therefore the attitude of apathy or boredom with the issue that common people at large have (now that we've all been hearing highly idiotic arguments for years and years) is a very dangerous thing.
It is a failure to recognize the responsibility of the individual to maintain the collective power of common people, a failure that is so important and core to so many social issues today. The realization that if only common people at large recognized that through mass small efforts, common people at large have a huge collective power. Big business is aware of the collective power of common people, hence the mass investment into the shaping of culture through media and advertizing. It is measured in billions and billions of dollars.
When it comes to climate change, this apathy and boredom is somewhat understandable, even forgivable, due to the fact that there is no real source of clear, concise, unbiased summarization of the complex issue, and there is no obvious action that individuals can see that they can take, nothing to make an effort in, other than for instance trying to reduce your personal carbon footprint. But let me point your attention to an ordinary guy, a science teacher, who's put it all together into the simplest it can be put together. This is the clear concise summary. The action we can do is to spread it around. Try to realize that politicians are not scientists and they often they don't really understand scientific issues because they don't have the time to read research, so they go on hearsay just like street people. Getting this guy's work out into the public mind vastly increases the chances that people involved in national and international policy making decisions and debates will have a basic level of education on the subject.How It All Ends