Normal is Over
Innovative Solutions to Global Decline

Normal is Over - Innovative Solutions to Global Decline
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Walter

Global mass extinction is the natural way to reset Life on Earth. .. carbon is concentrated into life forms which are compressed and buried into the Earth as Fossil fuels ... Accelerated human world growth capitalism which started at about 1830 is driven by the concentration of power and ...Read more

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BENJAMIN

the only thing that I heard was the part of us needing a catastrophe to force the collapse of the current system. Thus, all environmentalists are only enabling our current system to continue longer, like mothers giving money to their addict child so they can continue to buy the dope they are ...Read more

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Sherry

If the opposite of egotistical is annihilation, (btw, not only of humans,) yup, I'll choose being egotistical. (And what about all other life on earth?)

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Beverly

I want everyone I know to see this/

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Judi

Thought provoking..we are all connected, to change everything we need everyone

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Singingway

Yes! theclimatemobilization.org has a plan.

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Paloma

Amazing, I wish it were free so I could recommend it to people

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Singingway

Here it is free through our public library.

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Katie

incredible documentary!!! loved every minute of it, very inspiring

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