South of Tonight

Sporadic murmurs and other pomegranates from a one-way street. Art may be viewed at www.leapingbluehare.com

The Future Is Written

An incredible thought provoking series of five CBC podcasts that delve into climate change and how it is presently affecting and will affect future water supplies, food production, weather, human activities, energy production/use, wildlife, cities and numerous other critical aspects of British Columbia. In reality the consequences of climate change affect us all. This ‘may’ be our future. Perhaps our future is already written.

I will see little of the effects which will change the way people will live. I wonder what our son, his wife and our four year old grandson will experience. It could be an amazing era or a depressing period of human cultural evolution. Wish I could witness more of the coming changes. Changes that will occur. All we can do is modify the coming events.

These podcasts are an important insight into the future. The future predicted by the crystal ball has and will become reality.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/2050-degrees-of-change/id1243639929?mt=2&i=1000386306761

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