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Tangerine Dream Team
Nature Bats Last
Guy McPherson, climate biologist, Peter Melton, media host and engineer, James Wolf, venturer
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Sept. 30, 2014, 8:30 a.m.
Science shows the planet is a heat machine. Methane gas levels have risen as well as carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Many reasons there are to say that the tipping point of the condition of global warming crisis has been reached. 500 species are dying per day and the feedback loops have reached exponential levels.How do we cope? How should we feel and what should we do? What is each person doing?
Free Radio Santa Cruz, Gail Williamson, Peter Melton, Coral Reef

Guy McPherson, Professor emeritus at U of Arizona, weekly radio host of "Nature Bats Last", Tues. 8 pm EST on for more info
What do we do with an industrial society? A discussion with 2 panelists,3 commentators, questions, music and laughter after making this serious subject very well addressed this current week of Sept.,2014.

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