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Hunger, Not Global Warming Will Impact Our Future

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by: Frank Mancuso
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We need not pause and ponder global warming. Hungry 'migrants' will flood communities long before the high tides. It will be caused by the loss of the 3Ps, plankton, pollinators, and plants all half gone in my lifetime.

Hunger: Our Oceans Are Dying

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Our oceans are dying, PCB laced microplastic is displacing phytoplankton as the begining of the oceans food chain. Most of it washes off the millions of miles of American roadways into rivers and streams then into the oceans where it becomes homoginized and is impossiable to remove. Phytoplankton sequesters most of the CO2 we worry about and gives us most of the oxygen we breathe while feeding the oceans fish. The oceans are directly responsible for feeding 1 billion people but they also feed cows, pigs and chickens so many more will go hungry.


                                           Why are Plankton the Most Vital Organisms on Earth? | BBC Earth
                                                     Hunger, Not Global Warming Will Impact Our Future

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Add the loss of pollinators also from toxins also and its quite obvious billions of hungry migrants will cause war, chaos and mayham like the world has never seen. Add in the burning of the rain forests for Big Macs and a sprinkling of global warming and for sure hunger, mankinds greatest motivator will effect us all, its imminent and likely irreversable. 

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Formerly raced cars on alternative fuels was a custom fabricator and engineer before buying a boat marina. Unfortunately, it was a Superfund Site that caused me to study the issue of ocean pollution and fight many clean water lawsuits gathering important information from government and industry much of it secret. It led to my book, Evolution of Pollution which spells out how the oceans became toxic and are dying and who is responsible. We were the first to address toxic marine plastic and were awarded the EPAs highest civilian award for our revelations. 

Formerly raced cars on alternative fuels was a custom fabricator and engineer before buying a boat marina. Unfortunately, it was a Superfund Site that caused me to study the issue of ocean pollution and fight many clean water lawsuits gathering important information from government and industry much of it secret. It led to my book, Evolution of Pollution which spells out how the oceans became toxic and are dying and who is responsible. We were the first to address toxic marine plastic and were awarded the EPAs highest civilian award for our revelations. 

Hunger, Not Global Warming Will Impact Our Future

We need not pause and ponder global warming. Hungry 'migrants' will flood communities long before the high tides. It will be caused by the loss of the 3Ps, plankton, pollinators, and plants all half gone in my lifetime. Hunger: Our Oceans Are Dying Our oceans are dying, PCB laced microplastic is displacing phytoplankton as the begining of the oceans food chain. Most of it washes off the millions of miles of American roadways into rivers and streams then into the oceans where it becomes homoginized and is impossiable to remove. Phytoplankton sequesters most of the CO2 we worry about and gives us most of the oxygen we breathe while feeding the oceans fish. The oceans are directly responsible for feeding 1 billion people but they also feed cows, pigs and chickens so many more will go hungry. {youtube}                                            Why are Plankton the Most Vital Organisms on Earth? | BBC Earth                                                      Hunger, Not Global Warming Will Impact Our Future Recommended:  Climate Change A Major Threat To Bumble Bees: Worldwide Add the loss of pollinators also from toxins also and its quite obvious billions of hungry migrants will cause war, chaos and mayham like the world has never seen. Add in the burning of the rain forests for Big Macs and a sprinkling of global warming and for sure hunger, mankinds greatest motivator will effect us all, its imminent and likely irreversable.  Before you go! Recommended:  Consumerism In ‘The West’: A Society Built On Exploitation Did you find this an interesting article or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your own article about sustainability? Click on  'Register'  or push the button 'Write An Article' on the  'HomePage'
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