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Jean Broida

Jean Broida is a freelance writer with hundreds of published health articles. She also covers politics, climate, technology, finance, conspiracies, and paranormal topics. Jean is a popular guest on taboo-topic radio shows such as “Midnight in the Desert” and a regular news commentator on the Paralogian Report on Paraversal Universe Radio. Jean’s first book, UNKNOWN OBJECTS: The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases, is available on Amazon where reader feedback is always appreciated. For a fast-paced and forward thinking presentation to your group, contact Jean@LightWork111.com.

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  1. 1

    Jan

    I think it’s “overdo”, not “due”!

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    Phil Fallacaro

    Dear Jean,
    I see you have written on the subject of climate. I want to share my disappointment in the “science” with you, that heavily leans on excesses of Carbon Dioxide as the primary cause of potential global warming, but hardly mentions other obvious influential factors. There seems to be evidence that the overall planet may be warming. But there are causes in addition to the carbon dioxide effect.
    The planet is heating up in part by the ever increasing effects of human activities that have been changing the natural landscape and polluting the oceans. Large areas of trees and grasslands, which have a cooling effect by their water expiration, light absorbtion and protective shading, have been replaced by blacktop roadways, houses and buildings with heat absorbing surfaces. Think of all the once, vast natural land areas that have been converted to parking lots, roads and housing — all absorbing the sun’s rays and emitting heat, warming the earth’s surface and the air that flows over it. And the once unadulterated oceans and waterways, now continually being polluted with human made particulates and chemicals that darken the water surfaces and cause the water to absorb rather than reflect portions of sunlight, increasing water temperature ever so slightly. Considering that two thirds of our planet is covered with water, any elevation of surface water temperature is significant as it eventually mixes and warms whole bodies of water and warms the atmosphere that touches it. And the atmosphere itself is laden with polluting particles from many man made emissions and fires which add heat by sunlight absorption. There is also the generated heat from combustion sources like motor vehicle engines and burning fuel that warms the air. These warming factors should be equally included and addressed along with the carbon dioxide. Methods of measuring their effects and ways to possibly ameliorate them should be explored and brought to light by concerned writers and scientists seeking truthful revelations regarding the “global warming” phenomenon.
    Unfortunately, the unchecked expansion of human populations and its special needs, a growth far beyond its fair proportion to the planet’s living environment, is the root cause of many of today’s problems — be they social, political, economic or religious, as well as harmful effects to the earth’s biosphere. Our planet cannot sustain a livable habitat with a continual increase in population. Sooner or later, via pestilence, famine, war or a flood of natural disasters, Nature will have it’s say and restore a more viable equilibrium. Hopefully, problem recognition and corrective measures will be forthcoming in time to avoid a doom to humankind.
    Phil Fallacaro, Fair Lawn, NJ

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