Climatic

December 23, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

If you are like me and you are frustrated with all the confusion, information, misinformation and over zealous worst case scenarios around global warming alias climate change alias a dollar on every horse alias ... then you might start to understand where climatic is trying to go.

Hence the erratic look to the artwork. The winter look represents my disdain for justifying every extreme weather event hot or cold or whatever as global warming. The darker tones also represent this frustration.

I don't doubt the earth is warming, I don't doubt we need to rein in our impact on the planet. I also don't doubt the earth has also naturally gone through these cycles in the past. I do however, get frustrated with exaggerations and over stated worst case scenarios and claiming every extreme event as global warming, as if extreme weather never happened naturally in the past. It ends up undermining any effort we need to make.

So we now also have farmers depleting the ground water from the land and we are now also in for rising sea levels. Desalination plants could solve two huge problems for the price of one. Does anyone else think that desalination plants and pipelines will become as precious a resource as oil is today? International wars, economics and politics over water. You heard it here first.

 


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