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Dear Γαῖα,

In days 365.256 you have travelled many a mile if I write you
A letter you won’t be able to read for you do only live in my
Imagination yet I write you a letter to say that that’s just a year
In human terms and you’ve clocked silentine 584 million miles

With a speed of 29.78 km:s or 18.50 m:s or 107,200 km:h or
66,600 mph in short that’s a year gone and you begin again
The Sun stays far away at 92.957 million miles as you would
Go following laws unfailing turning and twirling a butterfly

In the magnum darkness a butterfly of light blue and white
I call you Dhoritthree Γαῖα Terra but you remain silent as
People speak in so many a tongue marking up countries

And nations so many jackets they find but I found you as
Mine yet you do not speak nor do many speak your tongue
Of silence in which you are my poetry-iris playing my soul

The Poet

January 01:2016: Munayem Mayenin


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Earth’s Oceans and Frozen Spaces Paying the Price for Taking the Heat of Global Warming



|| Thursday: September 26: 2019 || ά. Our oceans and frozen spaces have been taking the heat for global warming for decades, climate experts said on Wednesday, warning that without a radical change in human behaviour, hundreds of millions of people could suffer from rising sea levels, frequent natural disasters and food shortages.

“The ocean is warmer, more acidic and less productive.” the Report, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change:IPCC, states. “Melting glaciers and ice sheets are causing sea level rise and coastal extreme events are becoming more severe.” According to the IPCC report on the ocean and cryosphere, the frozen parts of the planet, global warming has, already, reached one degree Celsius above the pre-industrial level.

This temperature rise, which the 195-strong Member State body attributes to greenhouse gas emissions, has resulted in profound consequences for people and the planet. “The world’s ocean and cryosphere have been ‘taking the heat’ from climate change for decades and consequences for nature and humanity are sweeping and severe.” said Mr Ko Barrett, the Vice-Chair of the IPCC.

In total, 670 million people, who live in the world’s high mountain regions and around the same number in low-lying coastal zones, depend directly on the planet’s oceans and frozen resources, the IPCC notes.

In addition, four million people live permanently in the Arctic region and small island developing states are home to 65 million people. In a bid to protect them, their surroundings and livelihoods, the IPCC is calling for the introduction of measures to limit global warming to the lowest possible level, in line with the internationally agreed 2015 Paris Agreement.

“If, we reduce emissions sharply, the consequences for people and their livelihoods will still be challenging but, potentially, more manageable for those, who are most vulnerable.” said Mr Hoesung Lee, the Chair of the IPCC. “The open sea, the Arctic, the Antarctic and the high mountains may seem far away to many people. But we depend on them and are influenced by them directly and indirectly in many ways, for weather and climate, for food and water, for energy, trade, transport, recreation and tourism, for health and wellbeing, for culture and identity.”

According to the IPCC Report, average sea level rise is now 03.6 millimetres a year. This is more than twice as fast as during the last century and levels could rise more than a metre by 2100, if, greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase strongly.

The result is likely to be more extreme sea level events that occur during high tides and intense storms. Indications are that with any degree of additional warming, events, that occurred once per century in the past, will occur every year by mid-century in many regions, increasing risks for many low-lying coastal cities and small islands, according to the Report.

Without major investments in adaptation, these low-lying zones would be exposed to escalating flood risks and some island nations are likely to become uninhabitable. Highlighting the importance of co-ordinated, ambitious and urgent action to mitigate the impact of global warming, the IPCC Report, also, warns that glaciers, snow, ice and permafrost are declining and will continue to do so.

In Europe, eastern Africa, the tropical Andes and Indonesia, smaller glaciers are projected to lose more than 80 per cent of their current ice mass by 2100, under worst emission scenarios. This is likely to increase hazards for people, for example through landslides, avalanches, rockfalls and floods, in addition to farmers and hydroelectric power producers downstream.

“Changes in water availability will not just affect people in these high mountain regions, but also communities much further downstream.” said Mr Panmao Zhai, Co-Chair of IPCC’s Working Group I.

On sea ice, the IPCC Report underscores that the extent of Arctic ice has declined every month and it is getting thinner. If, global warming can be kept to 01.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, the Arctic ocean would only be ice-free in September once in every 100 years, the Study suggests. At two degrees Celsius, however, this would occur up to one year in three.

Some people living in the Arctic, especially, indigenous peoples, have, already, adjusted their traveling and hunting activities to the seasonality and safety of land, ice and snow conditions, and some coastal communities have planned for relocation, according to the Report.

Turning to permafrost, ground, that has been frozen for many years, the IPCC suggests that it is warming and thawing and widespread permafrost thaw is projected to occur in the 21st Century. Even, if, global warming is limited to well below two degrees Celsius below pre-industrial levels, around a quarter of the permafrost down to three to four metres depth, will thaw by 2100.

If, greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase strongly, there is a potential that around 70 per cent this near-surface permafrost could be lost. In writing the Report, more than 100 authors from 36 countries, assessed the latest scientific literature on the ocean and cryosphere, basing their findings on some 7,000 scientific publications.

It will provide input for world leaders gathering in forthcoming climate and environment negotiations, such as, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference:COP25 in Chile, in December.


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The Earth Climate Change and Global Warming: What Capitalism Has Made: Mother Earth Has Only Her Younglings Working With Wisdom to Protect Her While the Older Ones Are Seeking to Copy Nero As the Earth Keeps on Burning the Ecology of Life: The Youth of the World Holds the Future of Humanity In Their Hands: It Is Capitalism That Has Brought Us Here But It Can Not Lead Us Out Unless It Is Transformed to Serve Humanity and the Earth



|| Friday: September 20: 2019 || ά. The world is witnessing the reversal of the roles where the older generations have gone ‘senile’ as the centre of learning and wisdom moves to a better home: into the hearts, minds and souls of the younger generations of all humanity, who are showing the courage, wisdom and choice as to what ought to be done.  

The whole young world of humanity has erupted against inaction, complacency, corruption, collusion and lethargy in the entire establishment of the world’s states and governments about the absolute urgency and highest-most desperation for humanity to act against climate change and global warming. These young voices have gathered together onto the streets of cities and towns across the Mother Earth, that is what we, must, begin to call this terribly abused Earth. It this Earth, that is our true Mother for she sustains us.

And when we bring her to choke and bleed away our sustenance and protection choke and bleed away with her, too. This is where we have arrived or, rather, we have been brought to, by the mindless, irrational and anti-nature political economic system of capitalism. It has infinite greed for profiteering, it has mindless but infinite arrogance, that drives it to go like a bull to keep on going despite the consequences of its actions and it has devastated all expressions of the environment, it has kept at it for centuries and now the Earth, our Mother Earth, has been made terminally sick and as she chokes, burns and bleeds, we humanity across her spread are doing the same.

Until and unless we accept this capitalistic, this consumeristic, this irrational, this anti-nature system of economics, must, change, must be transformed into one, that serves all humanity and the whole world and the whole earth, it will keep on going, expanding inequality, enforcing fear and disempowerment and helplessness of being not at liberty for humanity. It will continue its greed-march of infinite consumerism and profiteering and it will continue to do everything, that keeps on harming both the earth and the humanity on it. The task before the youth is to bring about political philosophical viewpoint, debates and discussions before the public discourse. It is not about anger but, about rationality, reason, logic, mathematics, science, common sense and evidence, with which to bring about change in the political, economical, social and cultural  reality.

Anger is easy while it is cheap; to transform it into a political philosophy, a political economics and a sociology is hard work. These are complex issues, vital and fundamental issues, that requires as much attention, study and time and resources. Yes, the world leaders and the leaders of the world’s states and governments are failing and many there are, who are seeking to target them and create sensationalism; except, these leaders and their parties and the states and governments they lead are dictated, directed and herded by the money machine of capitalism and a whole lot of outlets, owned by their rich masters, are at work, creating mythologies, lies, falsehoods and fabrications and propaganda against the truth, against science, reason and evidence. It is capitalism, that the youth need to identify as the enemy of the people, of all peoples and all nations of earth and of all humanity. It is this system, that does everything the wrong way round, because it is anti-nature, it is irrational and it is anti-common sense.

However, these leaders, these bodies, these entire establishments follow and can not but obey the ‘power of the people’, that are the ‘market’, which is the power, that the young people must harness. Senator A and his Party will be wiped out at an election, were his constituents to rise up against his standing and his party. But currently, these senators and their parties allwhere in the world are able to direct, dictate, herd and manipulate us to vote for them and we do. This is where the power lies and this power must we learn to herness and unleash. This is the revolution, that needs to happen. This is the only acceptable, lawful and democratic means for rational humanity to bring about seismic changes, that humanity require. There is no other way but this: reason can not seek justice with irrationality, mobbing, violence or bloodshed!

Take an example: five, ten years ago, people were looking at people, who were saying the future of energy was going to be solar, wind and all other green energy, as, if, they were absolute bonkers! Now, the tide has turned simply because of the market: the green and renewables have arrived in the scene, that can and do produce clean and green power and it is terribly competitive, which has been turning the tide. No one, no market, no bank, no PR company, no financial adviser, can dare go against this. Those, who fail to follow this will perish away and disappear. There is such a thing now, facing such companies, business, trade and commerce, dinosaur economics, such as, fossil fuel, coal etc. The next dinosaur economics, must be, the distorteddia conglomerate and the entire range of companies, selling the same thing to people, every few months, which the people do not need to buy as many times. We have, already, mentioned, mobile phones; these should be made and sold to last for decades and they should be easily and cheaply repairable and serviceable. 

Humanity ought to be led towards re-empowerment by the younger generations and they ought to harness the power of that market of the people. Companies and bodies, that produce anything to sell, if, they harm the earth and life and humanity, should disappear and they shall disappear were we, the humanity, to be empowered enough to direct them out of the market because we are not going to buy any product or service, that harm. We are not going buy the same mobile phone three times a year! We are not going to invest in any economic activity, that harm. We are not going to waste natural, financial and human resources into things, that are a waste and a harm.

Once, that is done, the market does not behave the way the rich want it to but the way the people, the humanity want it to behave. Likewise, to change or, rather to force the leaders and states and governments and all other agencies and their leaderships, the way we change the market is to empower humanity through expanding, enhancing democratic system of governance and democratic culture so that manipulation, direction, dictation and herding of people do not and can not get to happen at elections so that these leaders face a terminal choice: either they change or they face political death or slaughter. There is no other way the world can be changed: there is no other way but to transform capitalism to become a statutorily regulated system of economics, whose purpose of existence is to serve humanity and not the rich.

Further empowerment means ought to be part of today’s youth movement: demand Universal Education, Universal Healthcare, Universal Income, Universal Suffrage for all over 16 young people of the world and Universal Foundational Human Rights, all of which will empower humanity and take the earth from beneath the feet and prowess of those, that now lead the ruination of the earth and of the world humanity in, with, by and under capitalism, against whom the youth are on the streets.

This is the way we can change the world, this is the way we can save the earth and this humanity, for the vast majority of whom capitalism has sentenced with the enforcement and distribution of a live-in-life-sentence of misery, agony, suffering, hardship and pain while the rich keep on destroying the earth and devastate the world. This is where the future of humanity, if, we have any future left, is headed and the leadership is at the hands of these younger generation of humanity across the Mother Earth. The youth of all humanity of all the world has the pen to write this future: write it the way you are doing today and keep on going.:::ω.

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New Research Finds: By the End of the Century the Blue Planet May Not Remain As Such: Climate Change Will Cause Much of the Ocean to Change Colour



|| February 11: 2019: University of Southampton News || ά. Shifts in the ocean’s colour can signal significant changes to phytoplankton, tiny organisms, floating on its surface, due to climate change, a new study finds. Such colour changes can be detected by satellites, orbiting the Earth, providing early warning of wide-scale changes to marine eco-systems as a result of rising global temperatures. Writing in Nature Communications, researchers report that they have developed a global model, that simulates the growth and interaction of different species of phytoplankton or algae and how the mix of species in various marine locations will change as temperatures rise around the world.

The researchers simulated the effects global warming has on the make-up of phytoplankton and found that by the end of the century more than half of the world’s oceans will change significantly in colour. Blue regions, such as, the sub-tropics, just north and just south of the equator, will become an even deeper blue, reflecting less phytoplankton and, life in general, in those waters, compared with today. Some regions, that are greener today, such as, those near the poles, may, turn, even, deeper green, as warmer temperatures brew up larger volumes of more diverse phytoplankton. The research was led by Ms Stephanie Dutkiewicz at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The ocean’s colour depends on how sunlight interacts with whatever is in the water. Water molecules alone absorb, almost, all sunlight, except, for the blue part of the spectrum, which is reflected back out. Hence, relatively barren open-ocean regions appear as deep blue from space. If, there are any organisms in the ocean, they can absorb and reflect different wavelengths of light, depending on their individual properties.

Phytoplankton contain chlorophyll, a pigment, which absorbs, mostly, in the blue portions of sunlight to produce carbon for photosynthesis and less in the green portions and, as such, reflects more green light back out of the ocean, giving algae-rich regions a greenish hue.

For around twenty years, satellites have taken continuous measurements of the ocean’s colour. Scientists have used these measurements to derive the amount of chlorophyll and, by extension, phytoplankton, in a given ocean region. But chlorophyll changes do not necessarily signal climate change, they could, also, be due to due to natural, weather-related events.

Therefore, the group tweaked a computer model, that it has used in the past to predict phytoplankton changes with rising temperatures. This model takes information about phytoplankton, such as, what they consume and how they grow and incorporates this information into a model, that simulates the oceans' activities.

The researchers added a new element to the model: the ability to estimate the specific wavelengths of light, that are absorbed and reflected by the ocean, depending on the amount and type of organisms in a given region. When they compared results of their model to actual measurements of reflected light, that satellites had taken in the past, they found the two agreed well enough that the model could be used to predict the ocean’s colour as environmental conditions change in the future.

According to this model, climate change is, already, changing the makeup of phytoplankton and, by extension, the colour of the oceans. By the end of the century, our blue planet, may, look visibly altered.

Others co-authors of research include Ms Anna Hickman, Ms Claudie Beaulieu and Ms Stephanie Henson of the University of Southampton.:::ω.

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