May 7, 2012

The Real End

The Club of Rome, a scientific think-tank, issued a warning today. 'Humanity cannot survive on its present course of over-consumption and short-terminism.' You can read the full article here. Excerpt;
(Rotterdam, the Netherlands): 2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years, by Jorgen Randers, launched by the Club of Rome on May 7, raises the possibility that humankind might not survive on the planet if it continues on its path of over-consumption and short-termism. In the Report author Jorgen Randers raises essential questions: How many people will the planet be able to support? Will the belief in endless growth crumble? Will runaway climate change take hold? Where will quality of life improve, and where will it decline? Using painstaking research, and drawing on contributions from more than 30 thinkers in the field, he concludes that:

Blackbird Returns

Think these are the new Blackbird neighbors.