Friday, March 23, 2007

The Roots of Environmental Destruction

It's finally official. Global warming is unequivocal, and it's "very likely" human beings are the cause.

Al Gore's documentary hammers home the same point. The uncertainty is gone, the evidence is crystal clear for most: we have a serious problem looming directly in front of us.

but in all the statistics and graphs and scientific pronouncements, one thing eludes us ... what on Earth do we do about it?

An update first. We've been sending out copies of Dr. Keppe's "Liberation of the People" all over the place, to Europe and Asia and of course, North America, and I've decided to extend the offer, because I think Keppe's work in this book is vitally important in helping the greatest number of people possible to become conscious of the reasons why our human society is so messed up, so far from what it could be. A listener from Norway wrote recently that after listening to our New Economy Podcast, he couldn't help wondering what the world could look like. So write me at if you're interested in a free copy of Keppe's "Liberation of the People: The Pathology of Power."

I've been watching An Inconvenient Truth recently, Al Gore's Academy Award-winning documentary, and I continue to be impressed with the way the scientific evidence has been presented in this most excellent piece of work. It's extremely well done. And scary.

I wanted to add my voice to the discusssion, because I think one point has not been completely understood. Namely, the cause of human destruction.

Today, we'll try to do that.

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