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World Tsunami Awareness Day/ United Nations Content




The world’s oceans are storing up staggering amounts of heat — and it’s even more than we thought


​I have focused over the years mostly on the effects of Climate Change/ Global Warming on humans and dreading Summer and the impending dome of drought. However, it is interesting and informative to consider the Ocean. My one thought on warmer years always turned to “my goodness, more intense hurricanes.” Yet, the effects on the ocean extend to marine life and the beauty of the environment. One may think so what  animals suffer, they will just migrate to a suited temperature. Or its only coral, let it bleach. It is important to note that we do not live a solo life as humans, we need the environment and animals; a fascinating yet daunting reality. If marine life dies through coral bleaching and warmer weather then it means that our body temperature is heating up. I do not know about you but I hate feeling hot and no AC vent will ever replace the natural cool air. You may be able to afford AC but what about hundreds around the world who will die because of heatwaves and thousands force to flee because of raising sea levels in the Pacific. Stop to think if the coral slowing starts decaying how it will impact Australia’ s Barrier Reef. The touristic appeal to these parts may subside because well, there will be nothing to see. A drop in tourism means a negative economic impact for the country.  I urge you to not only think of your piece of square block but think of the earth as yours. Read the article below (link provided) and enlightened yourself about the impact of heat on the ocean especially if you surrounded by the Atlantic and southern seas.


Life is a Puzzle

Life Is a Puzzle in Poem

Source: esseti.deviantart.com


Life is better for all but only if we help each other, in a positive way.

Child pornography will stop only when  you handcuff the men in the tailored suit .

This move may drive the nasty practise to confinements underground but this is the necessary steps to shake the tight reins on such an inhumane practise.

My great great grandchildren may have a taste of community togetherness if a considerate entrepreneur would leave the homely barbershop on the street corner. Somethings should  last and a caring neighbourhood is high on that list.

If there is less fracking, would not there be less mammoth sinkholes? Sinkholes which holds memories of that old swing and favourite spot, all now submerged in a heartbreaking mass of debris.

I know we need the employment, so babies could go to school and mortgage payment fall due but if we will tamper with earth, the consequences are enough to forsake unnecessary investment.

The trend is Climate Change because Global Warming reminded too many of the role of humans in destroying the only planet they could call home. Get your head out of that Mars bubble, save yourself by saving your planet.

The intricate web of bureaucracy is nauseating but I believe not all hope is lost in the diplomatic world. I do not know how long it will take for transparency to headline the criteria list of all CEO ‘s, politicians, pastors and all other leaders but it is a necessary move for weeding out corruption.

According to my elders the world’s lies and games have not changed that much. We see more because technology has allowed less discretion in revealing information. Now anyone can i report any event that is important.

Click! The smartphones captured your rendezvous, moments later you are on Facebook and/or YouTube and possibly the 6 o’clock news. Well you may avoid the news or get the story twisted if you own  the station or related to someone who is a major shareholder.

Society runs by who we know and who knows us. Your personality and paper is ideal but who you know too often gets your foot in the door, you just take it from there.

Life is full of wonder and surprises. There is always something intriguing happening.

I love just sitting on a cool rock, gazing at the ocean reflecting on the happening of our planet.