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I can so identify with John Koffee. Seems everywhere we turn we are buried under tsunamis of lies and deceit, cover-ups and evil intent. What makes it all even worse is knowing that incomprehensibly vast amounts of human time and energy are consciously devoted to sustaining and perpetuating the lies and the falsehoods, all, by design, intended to confuse, stupify and derange the public at large. Basically and in no uncertain terms, TO F**K OVER THE VAST MAJORITY OF HUMANITY BY A SELECT MINORITY. The success of these campaigns is nowhere more in evidence than in and among so-called environmental groups and even in some groups whose platforms include anti-geoengineering. While many such groups will go to gargantuan lengths to march on the streets to demand action on global warming/climate change, we stand in awe of the near total omission of geoengineering from the activism so earnestly expressed by these, I'm sure, well intentioned folks. How is this even possible? And given the slow but steady accumulation of public awareness regarding the atrocities in our skies, how is it possible we have yet to reach enough critical mass to stage mass protests worldwide? I am keeping faith that we will get to that point. Seems there's no way it CAN'T happen at some point. As Dane has said many times, if the public were to truly awaken to the magnitude of these crimes, there would be a tsunami of rage on the streets, and in the infinite concentric circles of social media.
It was a time when such questions usually were not asked.
There's a most heartwrenching scene towards the end of the movie "The Green Mile", where death row inmate John Koffee explains why he is ready to die by the electric chair. I can only sketch out what he said but basically he confesses he just can't take it anymore, he cannot withstand the enormity of the evil in the world, he's worn down by it all and the evil feels to him like shards of glass stabbing into his mind. He's ready to bail out. I have personally shed tears more than once at the power of this scene and the power of the metaphorical impact of the movie's conclusion.
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() "The temperature of thestratosphere is controlled by the weather that will come up from the loweratmosphere," said Paul Newman, another scientist who took part in theArctic ozone project.
Does global warming affect bacterial bleaching of coral?
said that if the pattern of extended cold temperatures inthe Arctic stratosphere continues, ozone loss over the region could become"pretty disastrous." ()Salawitch said that the new data has "really solidified our view"that the ozone layer is sensitive not only to ozone-destroying chemicals,but also to temperature.