4092 Days Left

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  1. Bob G. says:

    A great find on youtube are the Tony Fleming videos. Fleming’s company builds yachts that are roughly 60 feet long. He is an older man now and he spends his summers exploring in his yachts. Most of his videos that I have seen are trips along the North American coast. Besides the great scenery what also is quite noticeable in his videos is the absence of people – meaning, our planet, when you include oceans, is mostly uninhabited. I think maybe we could change the climate slightly if we had 700 billion people on the planet, but we don’t, only a paltry 7 billion about. Here is a sample video….The 2nd half shows spectacular waterfalls in British Columbia. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBBdEziTgfw Fyi, British Columbia covers 360,000 sq. miles with a population of less than 4 million.

  2. fhsiv says:

    Amazing how popular John Denver was back in the day.
    Good memories. Good video.

  3. D. Boss says:

    Yes, John Denver was very talented… but his untimely death was sheer stupidity fueled by naivete:

    https://www.thevintagenews.com/2018/11/17/john-denver/

    (I guess the spiritual, flower child, power of positive thinking attitude he had obviously succumbed to – cannot trump the laws of physics, or simple common sense – revoked pilot’s license, touch and go’s while very low on fuel – duh) (I think Denver’s death should be a required deprogramming course for the climate cultists – you can “believe” in nonsense, but run out of fossil fuel with no safety net, and you’re gonna die!)

    And while his song “Calypso” is stirring and quite nice, the man behind that boat is an early embodiment of the climate death cult. None other than Jacques Cousteau who’s infamous quote is as follows:

    “One America burdens the earth much more than twenty Bangladeshes. This is a terrible thing to say. In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.”
    – Jacques Cousteau, UNESCO Courier

    Stupidity, or susceptibility to brainwashing does not discriminate. It can befall intelligent people, or idiots alike.

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