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April 16, 2010

Morning Has Broken…

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:19 am

Good morning and Greetings from Cape Cod and the Islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket!  On this Friday morning, we wake up to a volcano erupting in Iceland.  The air traffic throughout Europe, including the U.K., Ireland, Sweden, Norway, and Finland, has been brought to a stand still.  Engines cannot fly through the volcanic rocks that although microscopic, can shut down a 777’s Rolls Royce engines and render a giant plane useless in the sky.  Moreover, the razor sharp sentiments in the air can cut the windshield of the cockpit, blinding the pilots’ ability to manage the large flying machines.  It’s funny how we truly have become a global society, as natural events such as earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, fires and even volcanoes can interrupt global travel and commerce.  We should take note of this fact, for if the current program of emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere continues, we will see the seas rise 3 feet in our lifetimes, spelling out disasters on a biblical scale all across the planet.  Nuclear proliferation is no longer a real threat, but loose nukes are, as we learned from the “Nuclear Security Summit–Washington 2010″.  However, loose nukes are child’s play compared to the devastation this planet will endure if climate change is not taken seriously in the upcoming years.  Mother Nature is far more powerful than we give her credit for, and although we don’t think about it on a 24/7 basis, many noted scientists do and their results are not up for debate.  Numbers don’t lie. The melting of the ice will continue even as we arrogant humans ignore the crystal clear science of FACT.  Food for thought.  Have a great week end everybody and have hope in your heart, for I know I am not alone on this one.  Peace~ M

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