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How to End Global Warming
Luv Yer Muther
(I think we’re going to be here a while)
“In wilderness is the preservation of the world.” (~ Henry David Thoreau) Want to fix global warming? In New England 25 years ago it was very hot. New England then was 25 percent forested. Now New England is 43 percent forested and last winter they had to spend $60 billion on salt and road work (it got colder there). So, to fix global warming, just plant a bunch of trees, maybe pine trees, which grow quickly. This also keeps the air clean. Did you know that fully one-quarter of global warming is from the use of styrofoam, which lasts 150 years in the environment?
“The best time to plant a tree is always 20 years ago. The next-best time is always today.” ~ Old Chinese Proverb.
The other main thing we can do is to STOP PUTTING FLUORIDES IN OUR WATER! Flouridation of water (and the other known ways that fluorides enter the natural environment) ALL put flourides (with chlorine) into intimate association with water: the result, when you add chlorine, is chloroflourocarbons which destroy the ozone (that in turn shields the earth from harmful rays from the sun). People, we can get the flouride we need for our teeth by purchasing flouridated toothpaste. WE ABSOLUTELY MUST STOP FLOURIDATING OUR WATER because it is one of the very biggest causes, indirectly, of global warming. It just makes sense: put flourides and chorine and water together and you end up producing chloroflourocarbons, which are known to destroy ozone. Why has no-one ever noted the relationship between flouridation of water and global warming before this? Please, people, while there is still time!
Ways Everybody Can Help
STOP GLOBAL WARMING!
SOME OTHER THINGS YOU CAN DO:
1. Turn off lights, computers and other appliances when not in use.
2. Plant trees to shade your home.
3. Use compact fluorescent light bulbs to save money and energy.
4. Report smoking vehicles to your local air agency.
5. Don’t use your wood stove or fireplace when air quality is poor.
6. Avoid slow-burning, smoldering fires. They produce the largest amount of pollution.
7. Walk or ride your bike instead of driving, whenever possible.
8. Check and fix any water leaks.
9. Don’t wash dishes with the water running continuously.
10. Never dump anything down a storm drain.