The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) seems to be of the opinion, as is the U.S. federal government in general, that they make the rules.
They are constantly hallucinating that the environment of this planet earth must go by their EPA rules and regulations, and must patiently await until the all-wise EPA decides what is fit here and what is not.
Black is white and white is black in their delusional world inspired by the toxic effects that power has on them.
One day a president says it is great to drill baby drill, and the next day the government says this Regulation X will do just fine for the environment.
The photos in this post are of the planet Mars taken from a satellite in orbit.
Mars looks more and more like a planet that once had a watery environment, but was somehow destroyed.
The reality facing the federal government is that the earth's environment is being made into the image of Mars.
That is, the earth's ecosystem can also be destroyed and the earth can become like Mars.
More to the point, contrary to their delusion, the governments are not the ultimate deciders of what environmental law is.
The only legal decision they are allowed to make, in terms of human extinction contrasted with human enlightened evolution, is to obey the regulations of the cosmos or not to.
They can not make regulations that govern the cosmos as they seem to think they can.
Thus, the new epoch that currently plagues us must give way to an epoch of mature cosmic adults who are aware of where they are and who they are.
Friday, April 2, 2010
Sunday, March 28, 2010
|Life after psychopaths|
Obviously the notion that there are those who have caused the deaths of millions of people is not a fantasy; no, in fact it is well documented in history.
The notion that it is the result of criminally insane cognition has also been considered.
At any rate, there needs to be a term we can use to describe the times we live in.
Some serious scientists are petitioning their peers for an official term for our era of environmental devastation, requesting that it be called The Anthropocene Epoch:
(Science Daily). The tenets of ecocosmology would have us take care of our environment, this planet's ecosystem, so that we have a chance to avoid extinction as a species.
The scientists propose that, in just two centuries, humans have wrought such vast and unprecedented changes to our world that we actually might be ushering in a new geological time interval, and alter the planet for millions of years.
Zalasiewicz, Williams, Steffen and Crutzen contend that recent human activity, including stunning population growth, sprawling megacities and increased use of fossil fuels, have changed the planet to such an extent that we are entering what they call the Anthropocene (New Man) Epoch.
First proposed by Crutzen more than a decade ago, the term Anthropocene has provoked controversy. However, as more potential consequences of human activity -- such as global climate change and sharp increases in plant and animal extinctions -- have emerged, Crutzen's term has gained support. Currently, the worldwide geological community is formally considering whether the Anthropocene should join the Jurassic, Cambrian and other more familiar units on the Geological Time Scale.
These new revelations cast some doubt on that vision, and do support the notion that governments will probably resort to triage as a global policy.