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Well, in the spirit of democracy I honestly have n...

2007-08-17T14:20:00.000-04:00

Well, in the spirit of democracy I honestly have nothing much against those on the other side having their say. It's just I'm wondering how reasonable someone on the other side is if they believe it with no question.

I've listened. I've thought about it. I'm surely no scientist, but it doesn't strike me as merely, a cycle. Plus, even if it is a cycle environmental issues have been on the table for awhile. There can't be anything positive about all of the energy we zap and resources we waste.

It's going to have to be a series of incidents I think.

One thing is people need to realize conservation isn't THAT difficult (well, maybe for some it might be). Business will take a hit and, I think, that's what's driving the apathy. Business not wanting to take that hit and the public not realizing that we're powerful enough to influence their decisions if we simply stop consuming so much.

But here in Korea there just doesn't even seem to be a recognition of the issue. Other developing nations are heading along the same route too. However, the US and its population still uses the highest amount of energy per capita. If consumption rates raised to our rates worldwide, well, we're fucked.



Hehe, I agree with what ZenKimchi said!Though to b...

2007-08-17T09:03:00.000-04:00

Hehe, I agree with what ZenKimchi said!

Though to be honest, I've heard people argue that there's no global warming, and other "reputable news agencies" write articles against "the theory".

What in the world are they thinking?

Not until something major happens right in front of their door will they maaaaaaybe aknowlege what's happening.

Then again, it may be just an excuse to not have to change their ways...too sad!

Nice post Jane!



I looked at the blog and it's worth publishing you...

2007-08-17T08:47:00.000-04:00

I looked at the blog and it's worth publishing your comment even though you need to work on your grammar.

Thanks for running a search and posting a comment without actually reading my blog. I say that because I wrote only a few lines and the rest are full length news articles.



Your article on global warming is quite impressed....

2007-08-17T08:24:00.000-04:00

Your article on global warming is quite impressed. But you gave me more information about effect of green house projects. I had found a site which give regulary updates on global warming. This blog give have some great points like "The real heat will start after 2009, they said."
www.LifeOfEarth.Blogspot.com



Yeah, I don't disagree with you at all. LOL, it is...

2007-08-16T21:45:00.000-04:00

Yeah, I don't disagree with you at all.

LOL, it is the same people - funny ain't it?

I'm just framing it in "aggressive-lite" style ;-)



Saying there's still a debate over global warming ...

2007-08-16T21:31:00.000-04:00

Saying there's still a debate over global warming is like saying there's still a debate over evolution.

And it's usually the same people saying both.



Yeah, North Korea is no joke. The general belief ...

2007-08-16T07:13:00.000-04:00

Yeah, North Korea is no joke. The general belief is Kim Jong-il is crazy and he's nowhere near it.

Ruthless and cunning is more like it. If you look at the diplomatic history between the US and North Korea, note that they have always gotten the better end of the deal. Unfortunately, he's bargaining for himself and the Pyongyang elite. He's not bargaining for the people of North Korea.



Not long ago I read a review of Kenji Fujimoto's 2...

2007-08-16T06:53:00.000-04:00

Not long ago I read a review of Kenji Fujimoto's 2004 memoir (he served as sushi chef to Kim Jong Il for over ten years), and it was absolutely surreal.

I cannot get over the monstrous greed and insensitivity of Kim Jong Il. Reading about his indulgences when the people in his country are so wretched and hungry is enough to make me physically ill. Granted, things aren't perfect in the U.S., but next to North Korea we look like a pretty civilized bunch. Even GW and his father almost look smart and principled next to Kim John Il and his daddy.

Will they really let in foreign aid? I'm not all that cynical, but the idea of K J I being straightforward, candid and open really does stretch the imagination. For the North Koreans' sake, I sure hope it's true.