How green energy production bolsters climate change, spawns creative, new ways to destroy the earth.
Hunters of great big bears simultaneously support saving the bears. Why? So they can kill more bears—perpetual cash flow.
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Live simply, consume less, and yes, there are too many people. I know nothing is going to change—humans simply have no herd immunity to the gadgets and consumption. Gluttonry is now global—it’s the new norm. Who can resist it?
If you believe progress can save us, watch Michael Moore’s “planet of humans”
It begs the question—what if there is no god?
The biggest regret of humanity—examining what we have done and how we have behaved after realizing there are no gods. This regret is typical of de-converts even now.
The earth is in turmoil—they do nothing but wait..for a supernatural…solution.
Life on earth is a race of beliefs—to appear correct (and word it just right) and accumulate enough stuff before we die, before there is no more—like a gas tank on empty, we press the pedal irresistibly harder. Maybe with enough speed the roads of overuse and will converge only after we’re done here.
Life non-earth—after the resurrection and the world is led by Jesus, we will no longer need this physical world—I guess it makes sense to trash it now. But this begs the question that Christianity loves to pose—what if you’re wrong? What if there is no god? Maybe we should err on the side of caution and be a little kinder.