point of no return?

air pollution.

clear cutting.

fracking 1.

strip mining.


Many scientists say we have already passed too many tipping points. The Antarctic ice shelf has become permanently destabilized and it is only a matter of time before we notice the ocean levels rising. Some scientists give man only a 50/50 chance to make it beyond the current century. We have brought about a sixth extinction, but life will continue with or without us. Mankind may have sealed it’s fate, says David Suzuki, but the world will go on. Nature will surprise us.

Please watch the following interviews of Mr. Suzuki on Bill Moyers. They are strangely hopeful and uplifting, although they contain some hard-to-swallow facts.


But nobody ever promised us that life would be anything but hard.


Groove of the Day

Listen to James Taylor performing “Gaia”


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