I am in the middle of my sixth year publishing this blog and trying to demonstrate that we can have a better tomorrow if, we are willing to work together and to make significant adjustments in our life-styles. It has been challenging to find the facts about our natural world to provide others with the information which supports the concerns we need to be aware of for our future survival on Earth. I am encouraged by the reviews this website receives, averaging almost 4000 reviews every 30 days. In an effort to reach more people, I went on facebook and have been posting articles from the website. Social media is something I have little knowledge of so, my facebook page is reaching a limited number of people.
I am aware there have been numerous predictions of the end of time throughout history and none have been accurate. No one is capable of predicting when a major catastrophic event might happen but, scientific data provides strong evidence that Mother Earth cannot sustain the adverse demands humans continue to require. I tend to be an optimist and believe the adverse human impacts on Earth can be reduced if, we understand the problems and have the desire to provide a better future. We must start by opening our eyes and our minds to the expanded scientific knowledge base that is available today! We must listen to the facts not opinions. The question is, how do we reach a larger audience and provide the incentive for people to insist on logical changes designed to improve the future?
Iris and I have donated our time to presenting the facts, hoping others will begin to insist on our leaders becoming knowledgeable of our dilemma and to work with the scientific community to find and implement realistic Evening Thoughts. Expanding your scientific knowledge base will allow you to reach others and encourage them to participate in this movement.
We believe the most critical need is to educate our youth in a way that provides them with a deeper understanding of the important relationships our natural world provide, which we are dependent upon for the sustenance of life. Science education has not yet adjusted to incorporate the most important element which is understanding the connections and relationships that exist between all living organisms. My book, "I'm Just A Tree-Life depends On Me", presents an example of how science and environmental education needs to be presented to our youth. Instead of presenting the scientific facts about trees, this book illustrates the connections and relationships trees provide and share with humans. This concept can be used to present any element of the natural environment, including rocks, insects, micro-organisms, etc. Basically, the process focuses on ecological relationship rather than narrow scientific facts about the element.
Our hope is that we can enlist individuals and groups to become involved in spreading the facts about our natural to others, building communication networks, sponsoring information sessions, and contacting your elected representatives. Contact your school boards and encourage them to search for materials that teach our children to respect and preserve the natural relationships required for the future we all seek. Please pass on information about our website and talk with to your friends and contacts about the importance of educating ourselves with the facts surrounding population expansion, deforestation and the adverse impacts humans are having are having on the natural world we depend upon for life. We need to understand that climate change is the result of our growing world population and the destruction of our remaining forest cover. I just read a medical paper indicating life expectancy will reach 120 years in the very near future. Effective management of our natural world is the only solution! Together we can make a difference! PLEASE JOIN US IN EXPANDING THE AUSIENCE NEEDED TO CREATE A DESIREABLE FUTURE FOR HUMANITY!