President Trump and Joe Biden, in the run-up to the Presidential election, have staked out dueling positions on the climate, suggesting voters to either care (the democratic stance, pretending to know) or not care (republican stance, oblivious to nature's evolution) about our environment. Both are wrong.
I am reducing the 17 so-called Sustainable Development Goals of The United Nations to just 1, but not before explaining how flawed those attempts are. The change humanity can depend on comes from the discovery of a new and higher normalization of truth derived from the only truth that matters; nature's truth.
How Would You Recommend Broaching This Subject With Friends And Family? It’s A Rather Straightforward And Logical Concept, Yet It’s Not A Mainstream Topic.
Fair question. The adoption rate of nature's theory, as the basis for a new operating-system for humanity, is dependent on the proximal development of every individual. I am not in the conversion business, I can only make you think.
What are we doing on this planet? What is the meaning of life? And what are you, yes you, contributing to the longevity of the human species, including improving the prospects of your children's children? Let me break a few egg-shells humanity is used to walking on, and offer a question we should all be able to answer.
A reader asked the above fair question in comparison with science, based on an article I posted referencing Mike Pence's disturbing stance on evolution.