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The anthropogenic climate change

Why sustainable development failed, the three pillars qual important (economic, environmental, social) In the outbreak of CXoronavirus, the social broke. A chain is never more robust than the weakest in the chain. Although there has been debate among scientists about global warming, a clear consensus has emerged in recent years, if not one pleasing to many who wield power (Montet 2007). Climate scientists generally agree that a significant global warming trend is occurring, and it is primarily a consequence of human activities. The anthropogenic climate change started with the industrial revolution in the 1850s. It continued growing ever since—the total consumption of non-renewable sources of energy at the catastrophic level.

Syndemic interactions

Syndemic interactions are changes in human biochemistry. For example, damage to organ systems originated by one disease. Such as weakening of the immune system, promotes the progression of another. The physical effects of being subject to discrimination, suffering social rejection, enduring stigmatisation, and internalising oppression are syndemics. -A result of Coronavirus and the propaganda machinery.

The “sociophysical “environment in which people live— that is, their conscious experience of their surrounding community, including issues of danger, stress, comfort, and appeal—is also an essential determinant of their health. Feelings of hopelessness and powerlessness in a community found good predictors of health risk and health status. Can we learn in time? (source Plagues and Epidemics Infected Spaces Past and Present Edited by D. Ann Herring and Alan C. Swedlund, published 2010 Berg Publishing). The homeless situation, not anyone can afford to stay at home during the lockdown. Yet large parts of people do, isolation make easily psychological worsen the state of mind, it stresses the body, and the natural resistance weakens. People die from being forced into isolation, not by the Coronavirus.

While it is even worse for those in the risk group, who are elderly locked inside a nursery home without seeing the family or friends, many elderly use life-prolonging medications and stop working with the risk person’s mental state. Proven in every placebo test when people believe and are optimistic, the body response becomes resistant. Under extreme stress, the negative attitude towards life is an incubator making the body less resistant. People die from the combination of being old and simultaneously has a chronic disease. They die from fear, not Coronavirus.

The Ancient understanding of the natural flow of things

The understanding of not interfere with the natural flow of things, described in the ancient easter philosophy. The founder of Taoism Lao Tzu (6th century BCE) was a Chinese philosopher and author of Tao-Te-Ching, the book exemplifies his philosophical thoughts and can be translated “Old Man” or more correctly Old Teacher”. One of the most famous passages from the book clearly illustrates the route according to ancient history website: “Yield and overcome, Empty and become full, Bend and become straight.” The passage has awakened many studies and schools of anti-authoritarian minds. A way of solving conflicts peacefully. The sentences remind of “The Middle Way” in Buddhism and illustrate order and disorder in nature which a wise man refuses to interfere with the natural flow of things in every way (source environmental quotes Lao Tzu)

The modern perspective of epidemics as syndemics

The modern perspective explaining epidemics and historians of medicine is Charles Rosenberg. In his book “Explaining epidemics and other stories in the history of medicine (1992) “From a research perspective, further advances in understanding the nature of syndemic processes under conditions of globalism and global warming require pursuit of several lines of inquiry. First, there is a need for studies of the precise physical and social processes by which syndemics emerge, including health and social conditions that foster the occurrence of multiple epidemics in populations and way syndemics function to produce specific kinds of health outcomes. Increasingly, the processes of globalism are a fundamental element in this regard. A need to better understand pathways of interaction between various kinds of diseases as well as between diseases and other adverse health-related factors, such as malnutrition and toxic environmental exposure, that reflect oppressive social relationship“.

What are Eco syndemics?

Underlying this climate change is the build-up of so-called greenhouse gases, most notably carbon dioxide, which trap a blanket of warm air around the planet and produce a rapid heating up of the oceans, initially, and the land as well. The last fifty years the oceans have absorbed about 85 per cent of this increased heat. Warmer seawater speeds the rate of evaporation, closely interconnected with heavy rainfalls. It has increased with 14 per cent in the last years (5 cm per day) and heavy rain increased with 20 per cent (more than 10 cm per day)

Everything is interconnected, the heavy and more extended period of rain, pushes the higher winds, and, increased ocean temperature leads to growing tropical cyclones. The unstable weather conditions an increasing factor, from prolonged extreme heat, simultaneously winter storms. The increased warming becomes longer heatwaves, therefore melting of high-altitude snow and rainfalls pressure rivers flooding’s, many rivers run into megacities of which, human-made water systems can break. Many new infectiously diseases travel the waterways. Water supply, food, waste, pollution, traffic is just a few elements of these demands. New industrial eras merge with suburbs around cities and create human-made environments and landscape. The difference between a city and nature hardly exists. The city has become a metropolis with urban centres, industrial eras, airports, villages, ports, constructed woods and beaches. (source Megacities infographics a challenge for sustainable development)

The rise in temperature from 1 degree last hundred years create substantial temperature variations. IPPC special report on the impacts of global warming for the Paris Agreement of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels crash the plane it is not acceptable. Correspondingly, there has been a rise in sea level. According to estimates by the US Environmental Protection Agency (2007), global sea level rose six to twelve inches (30 cm) over the last one hundred years. Some of it because of melting glaciers and the remainder seawater grows warmer, it expands. Notably, various feedback systems appear to be accelerating climate change, which knowns as the tipping points.

The tipping point is an irreversible moment when the dreaded feedback loop begins. The most central issue today for the scientific community is the tipping point; have humans already went too far, and may we now be helpless to stop and reverse global warming? A tipping point happens when the temperature gets high enough to cause forests to give up their CO2 rather than absorb it, those tons of gas rise temperature even more and cause the loop to spin faster in the wrong direction. What kind of indications gives answers to when we reach the point of no return? (source Tipping point The following potential climatic clues are happening now:

Tipping points (point of no returns)

  • destruction of the Amazon rainforest
  • disruption of the North Atlantic current
  • the decrease in ocean salinity
  • the disintegration of Greenland’sGreenland’s ice sheet
  • the slowdown of the Antarctic circumpolar current
  • the collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet
  • thinning of the ozone layer
  • the recession of glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau
  • shrinking of the Sahara desert
  • disruptions in the Asian and West African monsoon
  • unleashing into the atmosphere of Tundra methane stores
  • creation of a permanent El Niño conditions

Like a fox guarding the henhouse

Science and law in environmental policy controlled by the same individuals is a troublesome marriage. The regulations without ongoing public monitoring do not work. Regulatory policies initiated by public pressure. Corporations seeking profit and governments seeking economic development and military power are responsible for polluting air, soil, rivers, and oceans, depleting forests and fisheries, and even altering the global climate. The increased temperature (one degree) last one hundred years. The confirmed science of nearly all Earth Science occupation Global warming caused by putting heavier weight on economics growth before ecological and the collapse.

Science is not working in the benefit of humanity when they should be focusing on the creative processes of co-creation instead of catastrophe. Bios instead of chaos, enantiodromia rather than entropy. Flux rather than uncertainty. And creative development rather than homeostasis or autopoiesis, symbiosis instead of biological competition, personalisation instead of market economics. It seems the final capitalism barrier for economic growth. It overcomes the ecological limit is to continuously stress new catastrophes to happen, by taking precautions starting the War on the unforeseen risk. Risks are inevitable, avoidable, and imaginary. Unavoidable risks include catastrophic events. Catastrophe economy of the future justifying genocide by a political economy, growth far from equilibrium and humanity (sources Bios a Study of Creation by Hector Sabel Li Chicago Center for Creative Development, the USA Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.).


“Money creates inequality, envy, and greed controlled by a small elite manipulation of markets making, profit out of debts and variations. Cash is not measuring the actual value of materialism goods; instead, what the market is willing to pay. Money cannot calculate abstract values such as love, kindness, happiness, and compassion. Money creates anxiety and fear, transforms minds ability naturally appreciate nature, now become strangers to the natural world, the alienated human machinery. Social anxiety becomes a hindrance of revolution. A global wake-up using the Internet for entertainment, not the immense power to share knowledge and undress the propaganda machinery, freedom enlarged by enlightenment expand the scope of purposive action.”

Fear is a part of social control. The state you are a part of, spend billions of dollars on propaganda, historically examples The Cold War, fear of Communism, War on Drugs, War on terror and latest fairy-tale the War on germs. The purpose of publicity is to create anxiety and fear among the population. The propaganda machinery hides the truth. The government makes us believe they defend freedom, democracy or liberty; however, a strategy to open markets for corporations, steal natural resources, increase profit for the military industry, consequently economic motives not humanitarian.(source Do we have a story crisis? Part Nine Ministry of Propaganda and non-governmental institutions)

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