Friday, April 22, 2011
Happy Aloha Friday. That said, I don't know how people will be able to survive on this planet 50 years from now. You may not agree with my statement. And, in that you're not alone, for everybody else that I've said the same thing to, reacted like I was some kind of official purveyor of doom. However, if you factor in the world's population 50 years from now, plus the pollution, household garbage, lack of fuel source, lack of fresh water, insufficient food supply, and the list goes on, life on earth as we know it today won't be possible 50 years into the future, or possibly less than 50 years from now. Be happy that your existence on the planet is today. Yes there'll be medical discoveries that'll snuff out diseases that plague today's human race, and faster airplanes that'll take you thousands of miles in a matter of minutes, but otherwise, life necessities will be scarce. Incidentally, I just got working on that Lowe's site which opened today with a fanfare of traffic galore. I was under the impression the Lowe's site was the most contaminated site on the island, but actually it's "in the entire nation." Talk about Earth Day.