Inconvenient

img_0264Recently watched the film ‘an inconvenient truth’, I might have seen it before as a couple of posts on this blog talk of very similar things. For example that global warming is effecting the weather and causing downpours, that was also expressed in the film. I have forgotten if I watched this film before coma, but at least I still remember global warming which must have troubled me. I’m sure many people have seen the film, if you haven’t seen it in my opinion it’s a must see. Scientifically it proves global warming, absolutely nobody could challenge the fact that global warming is happening and is caused by human activity. My twin brother says I should stop flying around the world to cease contributing to green house gases. Perhaps he is right but I couldn’t imagine a bigger sacrifice for me right now. It would only be a drop in the ocean but we need such actions from all people, we need to take climate change seriously. It clearly is time for drastic action. If only Al Gore became president maybe this problem wouldn’t have developed as much as it has. Instead we choose to focus on other things like money, politics, elections, terrorism, sport etc, there isn’t very much about climate change on the news now given the Paris conference on climate change has ended. For global warming not to be man’s primary concern is actually suicidal for the human species. I think that global warming will dramatically alter our planet and it will make it extremely difficult for humans to survive. Many species have already become extinct because of climate change, soon polar bears will be added to the list, eventually human beings too. Coma is actually trivial by comparison, when humans become extinct coma will end.

3 thoughts on “Inconvenient

  1. I have only just come across your blog whilst having an early morning read on my phone. It really took me aback, I had no idea what you had been going through all these years since our paths crossed back in Singapore.

    I think your commitment to writing your blog is admirable and inspiring, so much so that I have this minute set my own account up with a view of working out a way of doing some good with it.

    I’ve not had enough time to read right back into your blog’s as yet, but I plan to over the next few days.

    Keep up the good fight Mat, I look forward to reading more of your blog from hereon and keeping up with your progress. 🙂

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    1. I have only just come across your blog whilst having an early morning read on my phone. It really took me aback, I had no idea what you had been going through all these years since our paths crossed back in Singapore. We worked alongside each other for just over a year at Barcap, under Robin James. Arul, Jed and I were the global managers for Service Desk and you ran the global Service Request function.

      I think your commitment to writing your blog is admirable and inspiring, so much so that I have this minute set my own account up with a view of working out a way of doing some good with it.

      I’ve not had enough time to read right back into your blog’s as yet, but I plan to over the next few days.

      Keep up the good fight Mat, I look forward to reading more of your blog from hereon and keeping up with your progress. 🙂

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      1. Wow, drovegno, my memory is so terrible now, you say we met in Singapore, Barclays. I really wish I could remember but I have problems with that… Thank you kindly for getting in touch, perhaps memories will return.

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