The Future

The future is but a heartbeat away and ever illusive. It can be full of hope and dreams or it can be the worst nightmare. Most of what the future will be was decided by the choices we make here and now. We can almost predict what may come by our actions now, but other variables come into play. Such as the actions of others and unpredictable circumstances. My belief is that we should try to do our best in making our actions a positive influence on the future.

Common sense tells us that if we continue to ignore the facts and live in the disposable mentality we have that there will be a grim future left for the youth today and the children of tomorrow. Also we must start preparing for the rough weather ahead. Hurricanes are getting worse and more in number, Earthquakes are becoming more common. The earths temperature is rising due to using fossil fuels and big business polluting. It is not too late if the world will join together to change the most likely future ahead.

Ray Barbier

The Future was originally published on RJBNet


About Ray Barbier

I am just an average man who loves writing, thinking and trying to inspire kindness, love, understanding and Compassion in others and try to find them within myself.
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1 Response to The Future

  1. smipp Ltd. says:

    “The earths temperature is rising due to using fossil fuels and big business polluting.”
    The climate Null Hypothesis is absolutely essential in determining if human activity has any global effect on the climate. So far, the answer is an unequivocal No. There has been no acceleration in global temperatures, despite a 40% rise in CO2. The gentle temperature rise since the LIA continues along the very same trend line for hundreds of years, with no acceleration, and without exceeding its long term parameters – which would certainly be expected due to the ≈40% rise in CO2 – if CO2 had the claimed effect. Quite obviously, CO2 has no measurable effect.
    Some people choose to define the problem of “verification of the impact of CO2 on climate” to be one that is impossible to ever demonstrate. That serves no practical value and is just pure sophism, from my point of view.”
    We are past the point where additional CO2 matters.


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