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The Good Old Days
by: Dennis R. Humphreys “I remember the days when we owned our own cars. Who can afford them these days?” my grandfather discussed, with an old friend of his, he grew up with in Minnesota.
An innovative paper battery degrades in just four weeks. In our looming hills of electronic garbage, glistening with the chromatic shine of our discarded devices, look like something out of a dystopian film.
the Last DNA
Some swim with dolphins we prefer swimming with swordfish spoken by teacup chihuahua, primary investigator currently in charge of Philadelphia unit since 2006. The one thing unique about his career he has mastered ability to sniff out DNA. It all began when the daughter of his owner was visiting and decided to take Mr. Jolly for a urban neighborhood walk. This often happened on her visits. Mr. Jolly enjoyed her because she was like a modern day Mr. Dolittle who Mr. Jolly could telepathically communicate. He felt she understood the language skills of the four legged and the winged ones. On this particular visit the daughter walked in a different direction they we usually strolled. I liked her because she never put a leash on me so t was feee to sniff and take my time. At one point, I pee’d on some balled up paper discarded on the sidewalk. My Human asked me why did I do that? Pee on the trash? I responded ‘it’s not suppose to be there’. She replied’don’t you know someone eventually will have to pick that up and place it in the trash?’ I just wagged my tail as I said in a gruff voice: “that’s right it’s only the same person always littering… in this neighborhood it’s two or three people always throwing trash on the ground… and I can prove it”. I remember her response as if she said it yesterday. “How are you going to do that?” Mr. Jolly cleared his throat and said”with your help I’m gonna sniff out all the trash starting out with this first piece and you’re gonna help me isolate and store them, okay?” At that point she opened the locket on my collar and my research proceeded. It took an additional hour walk for the gathering of all the items careless dropped on the ground. My Human while wearing rubber gloves faithfully dropped each item into a bag. It was after our first walk I explained to my Human the feint of the four legged and winged ones message to the two legged about how they manage and mismanage their trash, litter and blight, globally. How it’s rumored this blight issue in urban communities is the lead cause of health ailment, power failures and decline of Nations. Astonished the Human agreed to assist Mr. Jolly and decided to see what this project may disclose. First, Mr Jolly tells Human it’s the two legged who corrupts this planet with waste and plastics. The four legged and winged ones have watched for some time two legged (the Human) just not care about how they take of Our Mother, the Earth! The two legged enjoy purchasing products manufactured and packaged. Once opening they simply discard outer wrappings anywhere. This is the demise for others. A demonstration of not caring or concern for the environment. What two legged doesn’t seem to understand their carelessness gives rise to destruction of the planet. They don’t see how these acts of pollution gives rise to the need for war and violence within blighted neighborhoods. The two legged perpetrators of blight litter and trash often leave in neighboring communities they don’t live. This costs the good people of that community were trash, debris and litter are left internal anger, rage or at least disappointments. It forces the children to walk through it daily and creates insensitivity to the way life looks. It garners insects, rodents, attracts more trash and litter to be dropped. It’s a horrible cycle and the cause for Earth inhabitants to die young. Mr. Jolly teaches blight, litter and trash is the primary cause for basis of inflammation. As the locket moves back snd forth on Mr. Jolly’s collar it’s starting to make more sense to his Human. The end of a civil world. As each return visit the Human walked Mr. Jolly so he could continue to sniff out DNA. Turned up three primary litter culprits with three sept holding boxes where there litter was placed.
The air was heavy, still and scorching the evening of the first launch. A bloodred sunset through the industrial haze struck me as a fitting backdrop for the site of humanity’s greatest success, and its greatest failure.
Those Who Dwell Beneath the Starless Skies
A sharp and textureless plane of nothing but black was spread flush above the earth. Carmen O'Reilly believed it to be beautiful. Or more accurately, she thought she believed it to be beautiful, anyway. It was beautiful in the way that old pictures of Yellowstone, before the industrialization, are beautiful. The kind of beautiful the old folks shed a tear at. Nature is beautiful. It's just one of those fundamental facts of life. And the sky was nature.
Uhlanda ; TFS 🦋 Is it a coincidence that bad things happen or just the outcome of unfortunate natural disasters? People believe generally what’s proven I don’t have proof I have faith somewhat of a sixth sense that allows me the capability of comprehending what my unsubconcious desires are. I can dream and there’s a chance it happens by a play by play exact outcome of what I’ve previously seen in my dreams?
Types Of Pollutants
Practices are closely tied to the centerpiece of this whole water quality puzzle. Some water pollutants are easy to see, like garbage, but the most serious pollution problems aren't as obvious: sediment, nutrients, chemicals, pathogens.
Why do humans have to pay to stay alive? Part 3
On average people pay $9,500 out of an annual $31,000 salary for housing. That’s almost a third. People should have a roof over their head for no price, not for the cost of a third of their working life!
The City of Tracy Celebrates the U.S. Inauguration of a Revolutionary Green New Deal Via “Tracy Renewable Energy”
“One of the biggest questions in the climate change debate: Are humans any smarter than frogs in a pot? If you put a frog in a pot and slowly turn up the heat, it won’t jump out. Instead, it will enjoy the nice warm bath until it is cooked to death. We humans seem to be doing pretty much the same thing.”....Jeff Goodell
Reasons to Invest in Sustainable Packaging
Our environment is choked with finite resources and that we realize ourselves leaving ever more increasing ecological footprints. For this reason, and lots of others, many flexible packaging companies promote the employment of sustainable packaging as the simplest way to reduce future harm and preserve the earth for future generations.
With the prospect of drought conditions as severe as the dust bowls of the 1930's this summer and with the current water troubles in Flint Michigan, Tampa, Florida and so many other areas in the United States it is imperative that the Biden Administration's infrastructure plan's first priority is clean fresh water transfer systems to fill aquifers that have been depleted especially in the Mid-West . This, so that in the event that there is severe drought conditions the effects would be greatly reduced. It is these water transfer systems much like the oil pipeline in Alaska that would ensure enough clean fresh water from areas that receive enough rainfall or snow runoff be available to drought affected regions across the United States. If we can build transfer systems for oil we sure as hell can do it for fresh clean water.
Why do humans have to pay to stay alive? Part 2
To stay alive, humans need to drink a certain amount of water every day or so. Maybe science will change that someday but for now, it’s fine.