Climate Change and Old World PhilosophyJacob
The philosophy is to propose possible solutions where no other can be found. In a sense, it is about human logic versus reality. Good stories gather followers, and things that seem normal often go crazy when evidence to the contrary is available. That applies to climate change versus old world philosophy and the wrong notions that everything God does is good and that an eternal paradise awaits us.
The true God is the Great Spirit of the Universe, as my experience of reincarnation testifies. With that, the goal of separating reality from assumption has never waned and my life has been searching. Consequently, my search took me everywhere in corners of human development that few could or could not tread. So what is reality?
Nothing is closer than the fact that the world is fast approaching its end. Even with that imminent, the arguments against climate change are almost as evident as those in favor. In other words, humans are as confused as ever about what is happening to them and the planet.
In Australia, we face catastrophic conditions throughout the summer as fires intensify in New South Wales and Queensland. They will gather pace with cyclonic winds over forests and plains conditioned by drought. They are impossible to stop since the environment is suitable for mass destruction.
Even in the face of this, the government refuses to see climate change as the cause. With many MPs blinded by the religious philosophy that the world was created in six days and that it will not end until Jesus Christ returns, there is no way to convince them.
What does it take to change this vision into something closer to the facts? In the old world, thinking that nothing could happen that went against the religious vision that only what is established in the holy books is a fact. This is naive and incorrect when it comes to what is happening now.
While many politicians are religiously oriented, they do not seem to have in mind accepting climate change as a reality. They are prone to accept the absurd view that heaven awaits them and that the god they worship will not destroy the planet. A large proportion of philosophical miscalculation is obviously behind this, along with the money factor that leads them to believe it.