Did you know that between 1.5 trillion and 2 trillion tons of ice in Greenland, Antarctica and Alaska have melted at an accelerating rate since 2003, according to NASA scientists, in the latest signs of what they say is global warming

“We’re seeing the impacts of global warming in many areas of our own lives, like agriculture, Wildlife habitat Loss, and more” . As an example the pine beetle infestation in the forests of Colorado and western Canada has now been detected in most states of the U.S. .  They are believed to be spreading because the winter was not cold enough to kill them, and that’s what is destroying forests.

In the 1990s, Greenland took in as much snow and water as it let out. But now, about 15 years later, sea levels are rising about 50 percent faster, making the global climate situation even more unpredictable. “The best estimates are that sea levels will rise about 18 to 36 inches by the end of the century, but because of what’s going on and how fast things are changing, there’s a lot of uncertainty now. The increase of ice melt off globally is astounding scientist are saying! Now that’s a big word for scientist to use. That simply means in layman’s language…” Holy Shit” We Have A Serious Problem Here!

Also noted is that the Gulf Stream Current has already stopped once for 8 to 12 days that we know of for sure scientist say and right now  the Gulf Stream Current is not functioning very well and these are their words. This is why the east coast has been getting hit by these larger storms like Sandy. This is more than likely going to be the norm for the east coast from now on. We had better wake up and start some serious thinking about what is going on here. Our entire planetary eco system is changing and it is changing faster than ever thought possible. We are now having Massive die off’s of Fish, Birds and other life forms all over the planet. We are heading into a future that is definitely going to be not just different from ours it is going to be very different from the one we live in right now. Everything we have created, with few exceptions, has affected us in negative ways as well as positive but there has to be a limit on how much of an environmental impact we will allow a product to have before we say no it’s not beneficial and toss it out the window and make something better, more functional, and definitely Longer Lasting than the CRAP made today!

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