Only 40% of Americans attribute global warming to human activity.
Well buckle up your ‘ill-considered pride,’ my friend if you are one of the 40%?
Because now scientists have even proved that “Humans are also adding to the death of the Coral-Seas!”
What does this mean to you and me?
No food from the sea, at least no food for our grand children unless we swallow this ill-considered, pride and fix the problems, NOW!
The corals are home to about 1/2 billion species and I am sure that most people know that the sea corals have been dying for years now?
What does the Sea Coral Species have to do with our food, you might ask?
For starters they feed the food that you eat from the seas.
Un-burned and acid from the burned fuel coming from our Oil, Gas and Coal Smoke stacks (Chimneys) not only pollute the Ozone it is also polluting our water, seas, lakes and rivers.
This is not “Rocket Science” my friend, this is proven by samples collected from the water and from the chimneys.
As seem on NOVA last night.
A deadly recipe is brewing that threatens the survival of countless creatures throughout Earth’s oceans. For years, we’ve known that the oceans absorb about a quarter of the carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. But with high carbon emissions worldwide, this silent killer is entering our seas at a staggering rate, raising the ocean’s acidity. It’s eating away at the skeletons and shells of marine creatures that are the
Improbably Healthy Coral Reefs
The bad news first: over the next century of climate change, all coral reefs will have to contend with two inextricable, inexorable pressures. One is global warming, where hotter ocean temperatures will lead to the wide-scale “bleaching” of reefs. The second is ocean acidification. About a third of the carbon dioxide we add to the atmosphere ends up mixing with the seas, souring the oceans for the many creatures that scaffold their squishy bodies with hard shells made from the mineral aragonite.
Why Doesn’t Everyone retarding progress on the issue.
By Brad Balukjian on Wed, 19 Nov 2014
Only 40% of Americans attribute global warming to human activity, according to a recent Pew Research Center poll. This, despite decades of scientific evidence and the fact that Americans generally trust climate scientists.
Believe Humans Are Causing Climate Change?
“wisdom deficit” is driving the wedge. Specifically, it’s a lack of understanding of the mechanism of global warming that’s been