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08-25-2008, 07:37 AM
Hi All. This my first post and I wanted to share something I feel is significant. An ancient Indian tribe, the Kogi's, of Columbia, allowed an anthropologist into their world in order to issue a warning. They too are aware that global warming is a reality. This proves that you don't need to be a climatologist to know which way the wind is blowing. Vist http://video.google.nl/videoplay?docid=-521537373096312859&hl=nl
for more. I would be interested in what others think about this.
08-25-2008, 12:34 PM
I would be interested in what others think about this.
Wow, some really powerful stuff! I don't really know what to think about all of it. Whatever I think of the Kogi's spiritual beliefs, I do think their warning has merit. But when I think how difficult it would be to heed their warning, even for someone, such as myself, who believes in the truth of it, the more I realize how unlikely it is that 'younger brother' is going to act as the Kogi say he must to save the world. I found the end of the film especially troubling -- the disruption of the water cycle in a place as remote as that.
Great post, thanks, Scott!!
08-27-2008, 07:09 AM
Thank you Gaiasdaughter. I too round the video troubling. The image of the clay pot crumbling when the treasure hunters tried to excavate it, while they laughed merrily, summed it all up for me. There is so much I don't understand right now, but I am hopeful for some kind of positive change, in myself and in the world. Since watching Greg's videos I have stopped using my air-conditioner (In FL) and am much more thoughtful with energy consumption I am so grateful for all the intelligence on this site and what has been initiated. I'll be quiet and just listen for awhile now now. Good Science rocks!
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