If climate could talk …

June 4, 2007 at 5:46 am | Posted in Anthropogenic, Anthropomorphic, Bush, Climate change, Environment, Fairy tale | 1 Comment

Once upon a time there was an anthropomorphic anthropogenic conversation between a climate under pressure from mankind’s unkind ways and one man who had the power to relieve that pressure a long time ago:

Climate: “Change.”

Bush, smirking: “No.”

Climate: “Change!”

Bush, winking: “No!”

Climate: “CHANGE!”

Bush, frowning: “NO!”

***THE END ***

P.S. They did not live happily ever after.

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  1. … and so, for the sake of one man’s ego (and a handful of others around the world), millions of years of human heritage were doomed …
    Homo sapiens sapiens, the ‘twice-wise man,’ had become too clever to survive.


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