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Read THIS and tell me Human Beings are not Destroying the Planet

 
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Read THIS and tell me Human Beings are not Destroying the Planet
Bet you thought I was talking about climate change didn't you?
How about good old fashioned squandering of resources..

[link to www.waterinfo.org]

[snip]
WATER AND GOLF COURSES...

...Amount of water it would take, per day, to support 4.7 billion people at the UN daily minimum: 2.5 billion gallons

Amount of water used, per day, to irrigate the world’s golf courses: 2.5 billion gallons

Number of golf courses in Japan before World War II: 23

Number in operation or soon to open in 2004: 3,030

Average amount of pesticides used per acre, per year, on golf courses: 18 pounds

Average amount of pesticides used, per acre, per year, in agriculture: 2.7 pounds

Amount of water used by 60,000 villagers in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Amount of water used by one golf course in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Area that could be covered to a depth of 2 feet with water drawn from the Colorado River by the city of Las Vegas, which uses much of that allotment to water its more than 60 golf courses: 150,000 acres

Current area of the wetlands of the Colorado River Delta, which now receives just 0.1 percent of the river water that once flowed through it: 150,000 acres

[snip]Edited to less than 50%

Realize that "climate change" isn't the problem. That is unless you're a native creature in the Colorado (formerly) Wetlands.

Get a clue people.

Last Edited by Grimsun on 06/22/2012 08:48 PM
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Re: Read THIS and tell me Human Beings are not Destroying the Planet
Golf doom!

scream

Who'd have thought?
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06/22/2012 08:46 PM

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Golf doom!

scream

Who'd have thought?
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dynamiteabomb

Hahah... Have another cocktail for us, golfers of the world.

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06/22/2012 08:50 PM

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You'll have no argument from me, we are ruining the planet. In too many ways to even count.
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06/22/2012 08:54 PM

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You'll have no argument from me, we are ruining the planet. In too many ways to even count.
 Quoting: alexisj9

hf

Yep too true. It's just that people waste too much energy "debating" carbon emissions while there are MUCH more pressing issues. Also, far too many people around here dismiss anything about the environment as if it's ALL completely invalid..

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06/22/2012 09:21 PM
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"WATER AND GOLF COURSES..."

Perhaps, the "president" should curtail his many golf outtings. Every little bit helps, right?

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Re: Read THIS and tell me Human Beings are not Destroying the Planet
Bet you thought I was talking about climate change didn't you?
How about good old fashioned squandering of resources..

[link to www.waterinfo.org]

[snip]
WATER AND GOLF COURSES...

...Amount of water it would take, per day, to support 4.7 billion people at the UN daily minimum: 2.5 billion gallons

Amount of water used, per day, to irrigate the world’s golf courses: 2.5 billion gallons

Number of golf courses in Japan before World War II: 23

Number in operation or soon to open in 2004: 3,030

Average amount of pesticides used per acre, per year, on golf courses: 18 pounds

Average amount of pesticides used, per acre, per year, in agriculture: 2.7 pounds

Amount of water used by 60,000 villagers in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Amount of water used by one golf course in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Area that could be covered to a depth of 2 feet with water drawn from the Colorado River by the city of Las Vegas, which uses much of that allotment to water its more than 60 golf courses: 150,000 acres

Current area of the wetlands of the Colorado River Delta, which now receives just 0.1 percent of the river water that once flowed through it: 150,000 acres

[snip]Edited to less than 50%

Realize that "climate change" isn't the problem. That is unless you're a native creature in the Colorado (formerly) Wetlands.

Get a clue people.
 Quoting: Grimsun


This article is a bunch of full blown BULLSHIT. I don't beleive ANYTHING these UNICEF idiots say, it's all part of the bigger agenda or should i say Big Plan. If you did your homework your being fooled Like all those who beleive in this climate change garbage as well as the global warming bullshit. Get educated before you beleive everything you read. Here's a link to get you started.
[link to www.looktothestars.org]
UNICEF is sponsored by George Soros. Read for yourself
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Re: Read THIS and tell me Human Beings are not Destroying the Planet
Bet you thought I was talking about climate change didn't you?
How about good old fashioned squandering of resources..

[link to www.waterinfo.org]

[snip]
WATER AND GOLF COURSES...

...Amount of water it would take, per day, to support 4.7 billion people at the UN daily minimum: 2.5 billion gallons

Amount of water used, per day, to irrigate the world’s golf courses: 2.5 billion gallons

Number of golf courses in Japan before World War II: 23

Number in operation or soon to open in 2004: 3,030

Average amount of pesticides used per acre, per year, on golf courses: 18 pounds

Average amount of pesticides used, per acre, per year, in agriculture: 2.7 pounds

Amount of water used by 60,000 villagers in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Amount of water used by one golf course in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Area that could be covered to a depth of 2 feet with water drawn from the Colorado River by the city of Las Vegas, which uses much of that allotment to water its more than 60 golf courses: 150,000 acres

Current area of the wetlands of the Colorado River Delta, which now receives just 0.1 percent of the river water that once flowed through it: 150,000 acres

[snip]Edited to less than 50%

Realize that "climate change" isn't the problem. That is unless you're a native creature in the Colorado (formerly) Wetlands.

Get a clue people.
 Quoting: Grimsun




and there you have it. unless the elite wish to be caught dead to rights preaching to the CHOIR

it's time for them to stop golfing

period
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Yup, golfers are tewwowists!
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Re: Read THIS and tell me Human Beings are not Destroying the Planet
Bet you thought I was talking about climate change didn't you?
How about good old fashioned squandering of resources..

[link to www.waterinfo.org]

[snip]
WATER AND GOLF COURSES...

...Amount of water it would take, per day, to support 4.7 billion people at the UN daily minimum: 2.5 billion gallons

Amount of water used, per day, to irrigate the world’s golf courses: 2.5 billion gallons

Number of golf courses in Japan before World War II: 23

Number in operation or soon to open in 2004: 3,030

Average amount of pesticides used per acre, per year, on golf courses: 18 pounds

Average amount of pesticides used, per acre, per year, in agriculture: 2.7 pounds

Amount of water used by 60,000 villagers in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Amount of water used by one golf course in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Area that could be covered to a depth of 2 feet with water drawn from the Colorado River by the city of Las Vegas, which uses much of that allotment to water its more than 60 golf courses: 150,000 acres

Current area of the wetlands of the Colorado River Delta, which now receives just 0.1 percent of the river water that once flowed through it: 150,000 acres

[snip]Edited to less than 50%

Realize that "climate change" isn't the problem. That is unless you're a native creature in the Colorado (formerly) Wetlands.

Get a clue people.
 Quoting: Grimsun


This article is a bunch of full blown BULLSHIT. I don't beleive ANYTHING these UNICEF idiots say, it's all part of the bigger agenda or should i say Big Plan. If you did your homework your being fooled Like all those who beleive in this climate change garbage as well as the global warming bullshit. Get educated before you beleive everything you read. Here's a link to get you started.
[link to www.looktothestars.org]
UNICEF is sponsored by George Soros. Read for yourself
 Quoting: LOL 9596450


sigh. seriously. these numbers are statistics. you can get the numbers and do the math yourself. i am not saying this info wont be used to control the masses in anyway possible, but numbers are numbers.

now, ask yourself this. how much water do you think las vegas, which sits in the middle of the desert, uses per day?

there is only a certain amount of water on this planet. it goes through the water cycle, but it is always the same amount. poisons go in this water, and have been accumulating for over a century now. look around you. do you LIKE your environment? do you like having to know there is a limit on how much fish a person should eat? how much sunlight a person should get? mad cow disease? cancer? do you LIKE that people are getting stupider?

ack. off tangent.
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06/23/2012 04:10 PM

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Re: Read THIS and tell me Human Beings are not Destroying the Planet
Bet you thought I was talking about climate change didn't you?
How about good old fashioned squandering of resources..

[link to www.waterinfo.org]

[snip]
WATER AND GOLF COURSES...

...Amount of water it would take, per day, to support 4.7 billion people at the UN daily minimum: 2.5 billion gallons

Amount of water used, per day, to irrigate the world’s golf courses: 2.5 billion gallons

Number of golf courses in Japan before World War II: 23

Number in operation or soon to open in 2004: 3,030

Average amount of pesticides used per acre, per year, on golf courses: 18 pounds

Average amount of pesticides used, per acre, per year, in agriculture: 2.7 pounds

Amount of water used by 60,000 villagers in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Amount of water used by one golf course in Thailand, on average, per day: 6,500 cubic meters

Area that could be covered to a depth of 2 feet with water drawn from the Colorado River by the city of Las Vegas, which uses much of that allotment to water its more than 60 golf courses: 150,000 acres

Current area of the wetlands of the Colorado River Delta, which now receives just 0.1 percent of the river water that once flowed through it: 150,000 acres

[snip]Edited to less than 50%

Realize that "climate change" isn't the problem. That is unless you're a native creature in the Colorado (formerly) Wetlands.

Get a clue people.
 Quoting: Grimsun


This article is a bunch of full blown BULLSHIT. I don't beleive ANYTHING these UNICEF idiots say, it's all part of the bigger agenda or should i say Big Plan. If you did your homework your being fooled Like all those who beleive in this climate change garbage as well as the global warming bullshit. Get educated before you beleive everything you read. Here's a link to get you started.
[link to www.looktothestars.org]
UNICEF is sponsored by George Soros. Read for yourself
 Quoting: LOL 9596450


So you're saying we aren't wasting water so the elite can work on their golf swing? You think it's a responsible move to drain wetlands to open water parks in the desert? What happened to the idea of being good stewards of the land?

Again, here we go with out right covering your ears and choosing ignorance just because you don't like the message or who it's coming from. The fact remains and history has proven time and time again, if you mess up the balance of you're local eco system, nature will spit you out like sour wine. See: Anasazi and the Maya. Get ready.
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