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This blog was created out of concern for the future. A concern for the living and breathing world, the animals and plants, the interconnected natural ecologies of this planet we live on. I do not intend to spread hate, but I want to point out some of the things I concluded, some connections I made and the facts that I read daily in science magazines.

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3 responses

  1. Matt K

    I really like your words. Since the beginning of when I started remembering bigger ideas as a child, I wanted to see the world improve. Be more fun! Avoid sickness and have everyone live fair healthy lives. What you address on this site is an essential for life to be like that. You also combine a little science fiction into it which is a theme I used to be very into. It’s not just about returning to the tribal ways or stone age life, it’s about fighting the destroyers of ecosystems which are vital to giving and sustaining life.

    December 4, 2010 at 17:53

  2. Hi, i am a high school debater from Maryland who competes on an international level. The chosen topic for this year is whether or not the United States Federal Government should increase space exploration and or development. One of the arguments which i am trying to advance is that some of this space development could create an ideology which justifies terraforming of the earth, which is bad. Needless to say, I stumbled upon this website and believe that the arguments put forth on this blog would help me very much in a debate round. In order to do this however, i would like to know who exactly wrote the blog, and what credentials they might have. I understand that this is a somewhat personal request that might make you feel uncomfortable but please know that i don’t particularly care what your credentials might be, I am not looking for a Harvard Professor part of every International board in the world, but any name sounds better than citing a blog. Please e-mail me back at jakcd0@gmail.com with a response, thank you.

    July 4, 2011 at 16:07

    • Hallo, Jake Dillon. You may of course use the arguments of this blog in any debate. In some of the more scientific posts, I have used a lot of sources to support the arguments (links), you could use these to support your own debates. My credentials are, that I am having a masters degree in Earth sciences from a university in Germany and do scientific work in that area. Do you have a blog or website, too? Thank you for your interest.

      August 4, 2011 at 16:58

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