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The Silent Ecocide: -the Environmental Crisis is a Crisis of Human Consciousness Paperback – May 25, 2015
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As the author puts it:
“Many people talk about humankind witnessing an apocalypse, however, very few people realize that since the Cretaceous period, we are now living in the Sixth greatest mass extinction of all time. It is an apocalypse happening in slow motion which affects all of the earth’s biodiversity which took 3.8 billion years of evolution to form. This extinction differs from previous extinctions in that it is caused by humans, not natural causes, as we are the cause, we can also slow it down or prevent it, if we make big changes. Yet governments are aware of this and we continue to accelerate it, each year, and that affects every single species and ecosystem on the planet. According to recent scientific data, animals and plants are disappearing at a rate of between 75 and 150 species per day.”
Monsanto has single-handedly brought Earth’s life forms to the brink of extinction with GMOs and pesticides that are killing off the bees. (Without bees, we will not be able to eat much apart from grains and grass, two foods which cannot sustain us.)
'The Silent Ecocide deals with exploring solutions to many of humanity's environmental problems, in addition to exploring where we could move forward in human consciousness. The book is based on 15 years of the authors research, interviews and field work as an ecologist.
It is an easy read, though not emotionally—this book will fully wake you up to how our planet is being stolen from under us as we watch silly programs on TV and play with i-phones.
Susan Schenck, award-winning author of The Live Food Factor, Beyond Broccoli, and Expats in Cuenca.
Choice of one's own actions inevitably blow back upon self. Our courage to face this, promises practical and heartfelt rewards. Learn about a variety of alternatives to corporate domination and profiteering. Free industrial energy and free personal energy sources are courageously reviewed with surprising examples. Here is the missing link in commerce, because human greed, at the top levels of commerce and governance, have craftily hidden free energy from human populations. Profiteers of pollution and disinformation hide and suppress the good news of much better science and benign, progressive alternatives. Humans lazily accept this dumbed down fate of scarcity. It is a lie, needlessly accepted as a tricked fate. Passive, (individual) investors in industries are for the most part completely oblivious to the effects of their own investments. Yet cleaner profits could be had and greater abundances are clearly available. Continued self education can lead the way. This subject is actually vast, while the book provides us caring evidence to start with. A good cross section of problems and solutions are presented. The references and keywords can provide continued, further studies. To broaden awareness and fulfill our individual roles in conscience.
Change is paramount!