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END OF THE WORLD WATCH: Quite Simply, Ice Melts

Day After Tomorrow
We have already built in an additional rise in temperature of 0.6 degrees centigrade, which is causing the glaciers to disappear. The melting in the Himalayas has tremendous implications for the 2 to 3 billion people who live downstream from rivers such as the Ganges, Indus and Yangtze that are fed by the glaciers there. These people will have less water to use as a municipal source and for hydropower and irrigation. The scary thing is the impact of the climate changes that we don't know, for example, how it will affect the insects that inhabit and can devastate our forests. - As the World Melts, Wired

KINDLING, by Fayth
I can lie like the CIA
pull the covers over ya head
so sweet, so tight
out goes the light
kill'd dead with words
you're in now stamped earth
with me bobbing my head
as you suffocate to death,
coughing, "how did I get myself in this FUCKED up situation?"

Good thing I work for the opposition.
Taming tradition the mission
ancestral homes denied, all i've got left is the right brain in my head
I-alighting, DNA uniting! Formative years...still tempt with insteads...

I could ride into battle, wild haired and leveling, Republican.
Black, Pagan, Queer, but Republican.
Debt saddle winking at human nature ;)
"The FREE Market makes true sense, we all put in
OUR dollars and cents, even me the Black Chick with Backdue Rent!"

Glad to work for an opposing force, nature pulls and I push forth.
THE RICHER THE WORLD, NOT THE BETTER FOR!

Beyond a starry sky, the next is now high, even further away in our War Days.
Sly, I'd say there's always been killin'.
Mass murdering of man, slave trading, raping,
united nations lying in state, suffering under great civilizations' bloody weight
Building tall temples of RESERVED gold, dealing democracy down roads of death

Sorry, I'm lying to you. Lone dark nights spent fearing it true:
Deaden'd WE!

Look, Look!
Ice caps are melting
The birds are dying
Down from the sky planes now regularly fly,
and the Superman is dead.

Turn-Back-Go-Not-Ahead!
The world is ending, hear me!
THE WORLD IS ENDING.


I work for the opposition, what about you?

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