TAG: extinction

Objectivity, Subjectivity and the Nature of Matter

Julian Rose – Some pretty aware people make a point of withholding themselves from taking up any of the myriad challenges that would prevent this planet driving itself to extinction.

Earth Has Lost Half of its Wildlife in the Past 40 Years, Says WWF

Damian Carrington, The Guardian Waking Times Species across land, rivers and seas decimated as humans kill for food in unsustainable numbers and destroy habitats. The number of wild animals on Earth has halved in the past 40 years, according to a new analysis. Creatures across land, rivers and the seas are being decimated as humans

Why Humanity Must Come Through

Julian Rose, Contributor Waking Times Need I say it, we are living in – and through – an apocalyptic time. Disintegration and destruction manifest at an accelerating pace as our World is buffeted by a jumbled combination of opposing energies: the distorted man made toxic ones as well as the universal vibratory waves that are

Not Just the Bees – Pesticides Wiping Out Birds Too

Heather Callaghan, Contributor Waking Times Netherlands researchers fear the second coming of Silent Spring. “Neonicotinoids were always regarded as selective toxins. But our results suggest that they may affect the entire ecosystem,” says Hans de Kroon of Radboud University and co-author of a study recently published in Nature journal. It’s not just the bees. There

U.S. Citizens Willing to Spend Billions to Protect Monarch Butterflies

Paul Sutherland, Mongabay Waking Times New research shows most Americans place importance on the protection of the ailing monarch butterfly, which is experiencing a steep decline in numbers. The study, published in Conservation Letters, found nearly three-quarters of those surveyed support conservation efforts for the iconic species, and are willing to spend several billion dollars to