Why the Earth quakes
Thinking back to the atomic bomb development era of the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s and all the ocean and river changes that have taken place.
From atomic explosions developments above ground and below ground and to creating large dams and changing river patterns, no wonder the earth quakes now and again in resentment to being treated to all the drastic changes without any form of reaction to these measures.
All the world changes are starting to come home.
Instead of passing laws and statutes after the horse has bolted, for example taxes on carbon and greenhouse emissions, clear thinking might have been better if somebody had spoken up that the planet’s axis is a reality and that mighty atomic explosions shook the world and that just might have an equally devastating reaction that just might have caused carbon greenhouse emissions…
Atomic bombs versus carbon emissions seems almost a predictable planet response.
The horse has bolted, it’s a bit late to close the stable door, and pass laws and statutes such as carbon taxes.
Justifying climate change isn’t the answer.
What is needed is a major scientific re-investigation (Cern and/or Nasa) now on whether there is an answer to the effect of planet Earth’s axis, so as to adjust itself in future times – if possible in the future? (Abridged)
HamiltonAnd here is one from the 29 August issue:
Yesterday will soon be forgotten but its effects will probably change our citizens forever.
Yesterday I could criticise, say what was on my mind, act and react to situations and events. I could even call the ref or PM an idiot with no thoughts that someone may be listening, someone who doesn’t like what I do or how I behave? No worries!
But now I need to be very careful or I will soon be disappeared as a perceived serious threat to the nation.
Don’t cry for me Argentina.
Lawyers and justice will be as psychoactive substance test animals! Used, abused, discarded with the language tortured to fit the fascist Nazi SS clone the GCSB will morph into!
RaglanAs always, spelling, punctuation and grammar are exactly as printed in the Waikato Times.