|credit to: Brian Skerry|
Manatees are creatures sensitive to their environment
Our Children need to be educated with good ‘Life’ skills if they are to survive Earth’s future. Earth has an incredible source of Water with different Life forms but with the High Pollution seeping into the Air that we breath, the ground so sterile it’s genetically forced to grow other forms of plants that don’t conform to Health & Safety.....Run by large companies taking over and destroying our Natural food grains/seeds and ‘Pollinators’.
The Future on Earth will be grim without the knowledge of edible plant-life, growing and cultivating one’s own produce.
As the Grounds, Rivers, Fresh-Water supplies dry-up.....Human’s will also migrate.......I’ll leave you with this thought.
Climate Change is causing grave concern across the globe
The Ocean has depleted it’s stocks of fish in most areas, species are struggling to adapt to the change in water temperatures, those that can, move on.....
The methane or ‘natural gas’ is now released via melting ice from the Tundra of the Arctic! An effect sometimes referred to as “the methane time bomb” which causes more Warming! It’s more than 60 times as powerful as CO2, although it decays more quickly.
There is a fear that rising temperatures may have started to activate the positive feedback mechanism. This would see higher atmospheric levels of the Gas producing more warming, which in turn would release more ‘methane’, which would produce even further warming and so on into an ‘uncontrollable’ runaway Warming effect. This is believed to have happened at the end of the last ‘Ice Age’ causing a very rapid temperature rise in a matter of decades.
Next Magnetic Pole Reversal is underway, Scientists say: http://www.messagetoeagle.com/signspoleshiftunderway.php#.UCqQ7qGPVYW
22nd Feb'10 ~ Methane levels may see 'runaway' rise, Scientists warn: http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/climate-change/methane-levels-may-see-runaway-rise-scientists-warn-1906484.html
14th July'12 ~ The Ecology of Disease: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/sunday-review/the-ecology-of-disease.html?_r=2&smid=tw-nytopinion&seid=auto31st July'12 ~ A Bird Flu Epidemic Is Killing Hundreds Of Baby Seals: http://www.businessinsider.com/bird-flu-epidemic-killing-baby-seals-2012-7
2nd Aug'12 ~ Skin Cancer discovered in Fish for the first time: http://www.independent.ie/health/health-news/skin-cancer-discovered-in-fish-for-the-first-time-3188105.html
5th Aug'12 ~ Honey shortages as Wet Weather confines Bees to Hives: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/wildlife/9450491/Honey-shortages-as-wet-weather-confines-bees-to-hives.html
13th Aug'12 ~ Hot Seawater forces shutdown of Nuclear reactor in Connecticut: http://grist.org/news/hot-seawater-forces-shutdown-of-nuclear-reactor-in-connecticut/
13th Aug'12 ~ Sea ice disappearing faster than predicted ~ during 'summer' in a decade the Arctic will be ice-free! : http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=10826458
Ozone hole UV impacting marine life: study~ http://phys.org/news/2012-07-ozone-hole-uv-impacting-marine.html
It is not thought that the hole in the ozone layer will recover for decades, partly because CFCs take around half a century to even reach it, meaning damage may not be evident for a long time after the CFCs are released.
Carbon dioxide pollution from burning fossil fuels has changed the chemistry of the world's seas in a process called ocean acidification.
· Evidence already exists suggesting that ocean acidification can limit the ability of marine species to develop their skeleton or shells by making it harder for them to access calcium carbonate in the water.
· Results from this new study suggest that animals such as clams and sea snails have evolved to form lighter shells in places where it is harder to access the required chemicals.
The study demonstrates the potential for marine life to adapt to changing water chemistry but experts do not know whether marine life will adapt quickly enough, as ocean acidification continues.
These are but a few problems we face
the Words on this last video says it All