Listen to Greta Thunberg's stirring acceptance speech for a Golden Kamera award in Berlin yesterday. She is muy worthy. Hopefully those who see this will join her in the cause to save us all.
Apparently last year's Florida algae blooms can make dolphins and us stupid.
Scientists have discovered that toxic chemicals found in algae can cause Alzheimer's-like brain disease in dolphins. Fish tainted with the toxin can pass it on to those who eat them, like us. These algae blooms are directly related to climate change as the earth warms up. In Floriduh, a state held captive for two decades by Republican climate change deniers-- and the sugar cane/agri/chemical lobbies that finance their election campaigns-- 150 dolphins died during last year's Gulf Coast algae bloom. Unfortunately, I suspect nothing will be done by the state until people start dying. Especially Republican voters.
You can learn more here.
How can you not? If you haven't already heard about this 16-year-old Swede who was recently nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize-- the youngest ever-- on behalf of her efforts at addressing climate change on a global platform, check out this video. She is so special and this planet is so blessed to have her living amongst us. As for her suggestion that "we can't save the world by playing by the rules..." is something the New Seminole tried at the most radical of the proactive spectrum and I can attest that didn't work and isn't the way to go. Go Greta's Way instead.
So proud! Only 16-years-old! You are the new Joan of Arc and your legions of teen gurls will save us all. Wish I could have been her at 16 instead of a clueless cheerleader. But then I probably wouldn't have met Nokosee and had baby girl Haalie and that trumps everything. Even the deaths of the New Seminole who fought for Gaia and the Army Rangers who fought to stop us.
Holatte-Sutv Turwv Osceola.