Science does not need opinion to be fact.
At present, 65 percent of Americans polled believe “global warming will take place in their lifetime” but only 40 percent of those same people believe it will somehow “alter their lives significantly.”
So comes the “DNA of Denial,” which is the Achilles Heel of Humanity be it the effects of smoking or running a red light and certainly when it comes to the concept that somehow humans might play a role in our own demise by polluting the biosphere that sustains life.
Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree that humans are having an impact on global climate change and three percent say no. Hmmmm… another indicator that denial is part of the human DNA strand. Watch my video “Climate Changers” for more on the subject…
I was recently on The Green Divas Radio Show [at minute 36:00, below] to talk more about climate change denial, the creation of Earth Matters with Bill Kurtis (which airs on GDGD Radio throughout the day) and more…
John St. Augustine has been called “The Voice of America” by veteran broadcaster Bill Kurtis and “the most influential voice on radio” by best-selling author Cheryl Richardson. In 2007 The Visionary Project (UK) compiled an international list of 500 people that have been deemed “visionaries” in the arts, sciences, politics and other areas of human achievement. The list includes names such as President Jimmy Carter, Oprah Winfrey, Nelson Mandela, and….John St. Augustine for using his voice on radio for positive change. He is creator and executive producer of “Earth Matters” a one minute radio vignette. Learn more at johnstaugustine.com and follow John on twitter @AugieStuff.