Global Warming: Glaciers

A video short speaking to the dissenting opinion on global warming and climate change. It is hosted on YouTube.

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2 Comments

  1. Anil Tripathi said,

    January 9, 2007 at 2:47 am

    Dear Sir,

    I am 30 years of age from India, I really dont know about global warming, but getting too concerned about it. I dont know whether indian govt. is doing anything or not, but really makes us worry of future of our children and people living worldwide.

    If you need any help from me or i can make bit of contribution to save my beautiful world, i will feel happy to it.

    Warm regards,

    Anil

  2. Aftermath said,

    January 9, 2007 at 6:09 pm

    Anil,

    Thank you. And there is a lot you can do, but you are looking in the wrong direction to do it. I live in the Appalachian Mountains. One of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, approximately 7500 miles away (12 thousand kilometers) from India. It is beautiful. Sometimes it is breath-taking, sometimes serene. We have bears, mountain lions, deer, badgers, and more skunks than I would typically like. We have some of the last remaining virgin forest in the world. And all of it is in jeopardy.

    Many times we feel like we should save the entire world. But we can’t. It’s too big for any one of us. But, if each of us saves our own backyard, the world is saved. Do something small. See how it works out. Then try something bigger. All that can be asked of us is that we try to leave our own corner of the world better than we found it. The world is so large, and we are so small. In the end, all we can really control is what we ourselves do. Do we help, or do we hinder? Do we leave our part better, or do we leave it worse?

    There are a lot of us out there who are concerned. Many of us our worried. Most of us say “this is bad.” “Someone should do something.” They make their donation and go on their way. Do something. Do something small in your own backyard. Then do something bigger. Then help your neighbor to do something in his backyard.

    It is bad, and it will probably get worse before it gets better. But hope will see us through as long as we try. Nothing more can be asked of us but to try.

    Wishing You Luck,

    Benjamin Shender


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