Is this the shape of things to come?

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The way we go about planning the economy without a thought to the environment is worrying. Sometimes a cartoon can say so much more than words.

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concerned

Hi Anil…would the Gulf of Mexico oil leak affect the oceans ecoogy in the rest of the world? Would the oil be contained within the Gulf of Mexico or would start to drift with the ocean current beginning with those at northern atlantic and eventually effect those of the rest of the world?

the video link highlight crop’s disease in the Mississippi area.

MalaysianinNewYork

It is economics, not environment nor what is the natural ways. Should see the documentary Food,Inc. See link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1xNerb4yE8

Salak

Yeah! Our colleges produce more cars than the 10 MP will ever produce more skilled people! The Police and Immigration actually bring more labor which we can’t export to China.

Take a look H E R E

Looks like the its the same story all qround.

We should consider using oxygen cylenders as value storage instead of … paper money. 😉 Then turn corporate balance sheets with people as assets instead of contigent liabilities!

Sean

Spotted this at slashdot today, thought you might be interested:

http://www.sdeurope.org/index.htm?lang=en
http://www.solardecathlon.gov/

I’m a bit perplexed at Finland entering the competition – see this excerpt from its page at Wikipedia:

“At Finland’s northernmost point, the sun does not set for 73 consecutive days during summer, and does not rise at all for 51 days during winter.”

Are they planning to hibernate?

Sean

I think the third speech bubble in the cartoon should be:

“Why didn’t the ones who cared go into politics and change things?”