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FTE39 ~ Too Stupid to Survive

The truth from our perspective is being accurate about what is being said in the media.

Jan Wyllie

Jan Wyllie, Jennifer Hynes and Simon Eaton have done a masterpiece. They have turned a database search into a drama.

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„Mindbreaking“ is Heartbreaking

This video gets under your skin.

Be careful!

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It is Too Late to Prevent Climate Change

(Photo by Wil Stewart on Unsplash.com)

Sorry, Greta Thunberg.

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The Global Temperature Baseline Lie

Like the “Fridays for Future” movement or “Green New Deal” the Paris Agreement has already called for a limitation of global warming to well below 2 °C above preindustrial levels; and to limit the increase to 1.5 °C.

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Talking South – Interview by Torstein Viddal

Wolfgang and I go into how scientists and their political handlers systematically underestimate the size of climate danger, and how fast it is approaching. We delve into the Tipping Points and the Self–Reinforcing Feedback Loops, but also the darker sides of the human mind, and how to handle fear.

Torstein on frozen.earth

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One Step to Accept our Short Term Extinction

A reaction to Malcolm Light

Humanity is facing the final, western corporate capitalist, fossil fuel initiated, catastrophic Arctic methane hydrate destabilization and Permian style methane blowout – firestorm … – Malcolm Light

(Photo by joel herzog on Unsplash.com)

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Near Term Human Extinction in 5 Acts – Video

Abrupt climate change leading to near term human extinction is a tragedy. Let us develop this drama step by step to dis-cover the gold.

Since ancient Greek drama tragedies follow a special plot. I’ll take Macbeth as an example.

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Near Term Human Extinction in 5 Acts

(Photo by Kyle Johnson on Unsplash.com)

Tragedy is like strong acid – it dissolves away all but the very gold of truth.
– D.H. Lawrence

Abrupt climate change leading to near term human extinction is a tragedy. Let us develop this drama step by step to dis-cover the gold.

Since ancient Greek drama tragedies follow a special plot.
Shakespearean tragedies follow these rules too. I’ll take Macbeth as an example.
Similarity (Mac…) to actual persons is purely coincidental.

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Exponentielle Entwicklung, Methan und Abrupter Klimawandel

(Methane’s Rise (2000 – 2015), von Sam Carana auf: http://arctic-news.blogspot.com/p/methane.html)

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Learn from Hospice as Human Extinction Looms

(Photo by Aron on Unsplash)

Mass Extinction!

This is too big for you?

You don’t know how to handle it?

I thought I’d look at extinction through the lens of hospice. They know about dying. And then you scale it to a planetary dimension: a planetary hospice. I planned a series of interviews about how to prep for extinction.

I knew, that Midge and David are involved in hospice work. So I have asked them to have an interview. They both agreed, but they preferred to answer in written form. The results are two great, personal, wise and touching letters. After reading their thoughts on hospice and extinction, I have to admit that it doesn’t work that way with the planetary hospice.

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