This will happen long before the End of 2030. If we wait until 2050 set in the UN protocol the world will burn.
We can’t hope global warming will stop in 2050 based on the agreements in the UN climate panel protocols. We need action now. An 8th day solution starts working from the day it is implemented in our calendar.
We use every day to produce pollution. It is enough now. We need a new weekday to do nothing, the 8th day. Mother Earth has begged us for such a day for decades now. Now we are into the…
This means the pandemic was determined to happen 14 billion years ago along with an orange face who didn't hinder it killing 600 000 Americans. Well...
I prefer my free will to observe and understand the madness - and try to do something about it.
I thought science was about to find the truth, not find out there is no use for science because everything is predicted. It smells like religion...
Doesn't science allow their scientists to think?
… little home chores that you don’t feel like doing is enough to make you feel great about yourself. You don’t feel like doing the dishes? Fine. That’s the best opportunity to increase your self-esteem. Surprise someone in the house by doi…
I hate to bend down and fill it up. I often leave the plates on my desk until it is absolutely necessary to start load more and turn it on — so I can leave my flat because I hate the sound of it. That sound always kills my inspiration.
I always try to turn it on in the last minute before I leave the house — and of course sometimes I forget it — and then had to listen to the dishwasher blues when I am back home again.
And I am sure many people hate the Corona Dishwasher…
A single Bitcoin transfer has a carbon footprint of 1499lbs of CO2 
This is a lie...
There is a difference between transfers and mining, and most Bitcoins was mined long time ago when the energy use was lower due to less complex blocks.
Because 60% of the mining is done in China is not the same as the energy use comes from dirty fossil fuel. If you take a look at conventional banking then you will understand.
How many pounds of CO2 do Elon Musk's tweets and his millions of followers reading them provide to the atmosphere by their energy use? …
I was stargazing
All night long
Wanted to see them all
But some started to crawl around
And disappeared wherever they was bound
I hated those cloudy nights
The rain, the wind
Raindrops on my face
Always make me feel colder
Realize it’s another day to get older
Stargazing became too boring
I needed new inspiration
And started counting the stars
‘Cause I didn’t want to go to sleep
Remind me ‘bout the jumping sheep
Then came the interruptions…
The moments of frustration
More clouds and all the raindrops
The hops with the erections
My eyes stared in all other…
Charlotte Zobeir Ali
Hope you recover quickly, Charlotte!
Remember if you see a tall guy in the crowd look twice! He might be running over your feet in the next second, like when he tried to run over my car a few months ago.
People who use these scooters should be told clearly that others won't reflect them as moving around at the first glance, either if they walk or drive a car.
If you see someone running or walking you know immediately this person will move around and your mind will registrate the direction quickly. If you observe a person standing still…
A smartphone does not carry a huge carbon burden. Apple reports that a single iPhone 11 results in the emission of about 70 kilograms of carbon dioxide emissions over its life cycle. But if you donated the several hundred dollars you typically spent on a phone upgrade to a program …
Similar to between four and seven days without meat on your plate. Then I've saved the world from about 100 tons of carbon dioxide, so far...
Sorry... I forgot to add my iPhone.
If there are people out there believing this blue tung oil smoke from a cruise ship when anchored in the narrow Geiranger fjord is healthy for our planet and the people living there — then tell me where you fill your lungs every day.
If we stop tourism for a decade then our planet will recover. …
You might know me, but you don’t. I got wet in the rain, but now always soaked. I thought a lot. High thoughts and also loud and clear.