Climate Change – Something to be Feared or Welcomed? – Part 2/4 – July 22, 2018

(Continued from Part 1, yesterday.)

Humanity’s Role in Climate Change

Man has ravaged and polluted the planet. Whole islands of garbage float in the ocean and impact ocean life.

But to focus on any one issue is to miss the extent of the total picture.  Matthew Ward gives a bit more detail:

“When you add to [it] the deliberate rain of toxins via chemtrails, (1) the toxic waste in landfills, and unsafely stored radioactive materials, it is overwhelmingly clear that nothing in your world has escaped humankind’s negligence, at the very least, and criminal contamination at worst.”” (2)

I’d say that was a pretty thorough speaking of the truth: we’ve ravaged the planet in places.

According to Matthew, many of our scientists ignore the impact of humanity’s pollution on climate change.

“This controversial issue … is a prime example of how duality still is affecting your world – the self-serving interests vs. the interests of the masses and of Earth herself. Scientists who claim that climate change is a natural cyclical happening and not of humankind’s making are ignoring the fact that never before has the planet been plagued with the manmade toxic pollution that exists today.

“Indeed major climate changes have occurred before, when Earth had to rid herself of the negativity created by her human residents’ behaviors, but none of your scientists on either side of the global warming fence knows about that cause and effect.

“The ones who are expressing alarm about melting glaciers and record-breaking temperatures are doing so from genuine concern for future generations, whereas those who pooh-pooh the need to curtail polluting are willingly abetting the self-serving ones who profit handsomely from the many processes that cause pollutants.” (3)

He points to the role of scientists in the employ of government and companies in covering up what’s happening – for financial rather than environmental reasons:

“I don’t know if any of the scientists who say global warming is a naturally recurring episode are ‘enlightened’; what we do know is that scientists who are espousing that opinion are employed by governments or corporations, and the interest of both categories is financial, not environmental.” (4)

Turning from the human role in burdening Gaia to negative consequences we’ll be assisted to avoid, there will be some flooding. But people will have plenty of advance warning to move elsewhere, Matthew says.

“Some low-lying coastal areas and islands will be affected, as I mentioned before along with stating that residents will have time to move to higher areas and be compensated for relocation.” (5)

SaLuSa agrees with Matthew’s prediction of warning:

“There will be problems created by the changes, but you will have ample time to adjust.” (6)

The Arcturian Group reveal that some of the storms and other natural disasters are designed to bring people and communities together, all by soul agreement before birth.

“The storms are not just about global warming or Gaia’s Ascension, but about a spiritual leveling – neighbor talking to and assisting neighbor, strangers stepping in, and the birthing of universal compassion.

“It is about a higher sense of love and oneness emerging among all who up till now considered themselves separate in some way (racially, economically, intellectually, age, etc.) from each other. This leveling process has been necessary in shifting large groups into a deeper realization of oneness.” (7)

Matthew highlights some of the enlightened conservation and clean-up measures people are taking:

“The light in myriad souls is inspiring them to initiate preservation and reparation efforts in numerous ways.

“These extend from individuals clearing away invasive plants thoughtlessly introduced to the detriment of native growth to laws requiring strip mining companies to resurrect the land they have raped, ore mining companies to detoxify water used in their operations, and logging companies to protect animal habitats. Many individuals are inspired to rescue and rehabilitate injured and orphaned wild animals, create wildlife surroundings for zoo animals, add animals to endangered lists, [and] teach poachers on animal preserves other means to earn money.” (8)

Tomorrow we’ll look at the impact of climate change on animal species.

(Continued in Part 3, tomorrow.)

Footnotes

(1) “Chemtrails were developed by Edward Teller and are basically the seeding of thousands of tons of microparticles of aluminum on the upper atmosphere to try to increase the albedo of the planet, the reflectivity of the planet, because of global warming.” (“Interview with ‘Henry Deacon,’ a Livermore Physicist,” Oct. 6, 2006, at http://projectcamelot.org/livermore_physicist.html.)

(2) Matthew’s Message, Jan. 11, 2010, at http://www.matthewbooks.com/mattsmessage.htm

Source: Golden Age of Gaia

A Huge Crowd Funded Machine Is About To Start Cleaning Up The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (Video) — April 24, 2018

In the Pacific ocean North East of Hawaii, exists a giant whirlpool of debris accumulated by the ocean currents, which is now scientifically referred to as the North Pacific Gyre. It’s one of the largest ecosystems on Earth, comprising millions of square kilometres. Today it’s better known as “The Great Garbage Patch,” an area the…Read more & short video – “Midway Island, North Pacific Ocean, Unbelievable!”

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(Video) This Woman Built A House From Milk Boxes — January 28, 2018

There is no doubt about it, humans have produced an astronomical amount of trash. In fact, the average American consumes about 4.4 pounds of trash every single day and America alone sent 254 million tons of trash to the landfill in 2013. Where does it all go? Thankfully, there are certain efforts in place that…Read more & video

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The Contraption That Will Clean Up The World’s Oceans Set To Deploy 2018 (Video) — December 29, 2017

Back in 2013, we reported on the story of 19-year-old Boyan Slat, who had developed a device with the capacity to remove 7,250,000 tonnes of plastic and garbage from the world’s oceans in just five years. Originally set to deploy in 2016, the device still had numerous rounds of testing to complete, but testing is finally done,…Read more & short video

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A Giant Patch of Plastic Garbage Discovered Floating Off The Coast Of Caribbean Coastline — October 30, 2017

By now, we all know about the major waste problem that our planet and our environment is facing today. We know about the great pacific garbage patch, also known as “Garbage Island” and we may have seen a documentary or two showcasing just how detrimental our consumerism has been. Another Garbage Island? Recently, another huge…Read more

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Sweden to Incentivize Product Repairs in Effort to Reduce Consumer Waste — Sept. 30, 2016

 

Our world is being totally trashed, not out of necessity, out of convenience. Something has changed in recent decades, and companies deliberately no longer produce goods that will last as long as possible, instead capitalizing on the consumer’s willingness to toss something in the trash and replace it with something new, rather than go through the effort of having it fixed.

It’s called planned obsolescence, a strategy of some product manufacturers. The basic idea is to engineer a product to have a predictably short lifetime so that when it malfunctions or breaks, the company can profit by selling another product. The additional sales and profits make it possible to sell more products at a lower cost, thereby increasing the attractiveness in a replacement. This is especially true for technology products, and some companies are finally beginning to design products that can evolve as technology does.

This business model has led to the collapse of the repair industry which used to be a thriving source of skilled labor for many people while saving resources and reducing mountains of waste.

Sweden is now poised to become the first country in the world to directly address this issue, and has recently proposed tax incentives for repairing and re-using many consumer goods…….

Read more: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2016/09/30/sweden-incentivize-product-repairs-reduce-consumer-waste/