not at all. Society has always had visionaries who look ahead. Old gits are always in a very small minority, but often make a lot of noise.Just about every last sophisticated thing that you can lay your hand on was invented by us "ignorant old gits."
Think very carefully before you decide to tug on Superman's cape.
You need to look into the age distribution more closely, I think....not at all. Society has always had visionaries who look ahead. Old gits are always in a very small minority, but often make a lot of noise.
I’ve always been a hawk. That said, hawks take different sides. Y’all have seen enough of my posts over the years to know my stance on the right to bear arms. I’m as much a hawk against big government as I am for pro government. That means I supported a lot of the protest movement of the 1960s and 70s (my generation’s glory years)Me, when young I was a Hawk. Now I am just a Cockerel......that is losing his feathers.......?
Theres quite a lot of tree planting going on up on the fells recently,No, RV is not entirely correct there. The Uneployable have the same time, but for longer.
Unless the waiting time is very long at the Benefits office?
Replanting is a very worthwhile task. Collecting the various seeds from across the country, establish a planting procedure, preparing the soil, planting. Weeding maybe.
If Europe starts to replant large areas, we will see a huge difference in all wildlife and less flooding.
Even individual trees make a difference.
of course it is, and if the rain forests are the lungs of the world, how do you get governments that are at each others necks over a multitude of "lesser" problems, to move in the right direction together. There will always be deniers of course.It's a massively complicated problem.
A “right” by its very definition ceases to be a right if “controls” are imposed on it. No, Europe’s system ain’t great at all......Right to own and use guns? Absolutely, but controlled/licensed. Like it is done in Europe. Works extremely well.
Is it not an old American proverb, 'I give up my gun when you pry it from my dead cold fingers' ?
That is me......
You’re partly right; more recently scientists have shifted to believing the oceans are the lungs of the world. More oxygen by far from algae than from the rain forests. That said, that theory is still being analyzed and not taught as established fact just yet.In fact, it is the Oceans that are the lungs of the world.
Yes, Europe ( all of it, not just western) has more forests then ever. But the fields used to be small, and divided by hedges, streams, stone walls, things like that. lots of wetlands/flood areas.
Today much of the forests are planted and a mono culture.
Also one type of biome seems to have vanished. Open fields for grazing. Lots of lowers, insects, birds.
Now either monoforest covered, or covered with brush. Less flowers, less bees, less butterflies.