Global Warming Driving Planet Into Death & Human Extinction

posted by Dr. Ad Versery Bored @ 1:26 AM
September 6, 2013

global-warming-kills        Various public and private agencies in the last few weeks privately admit that Global Warming brings more death to Planet Earth than previously expected.  In charting likely increased diseases hotter weather will bring, the World Health Organization (WHO) covertly cites:

Changes in air pollution and aeroallergen levels; 2) Changed transmission of additional infectious diseases; 3) Degrading food production from increased plant and pest diseases; 4) Drought and famine; 5) Population displacements caused by crop failures, water shortages and natural disasters; 6) Failure of health resources and organized health infrastructures; 7) Wars over natural resources; and 8) Deaths caused by direct impact of heat and cold.

WHO says:  “. . .  if our understanding of . . .  climate and disease is realistic, then climate change may already be affecting human health.”

In ‘Climate Change ‘Driving Spread of Crop Pests,’ BBC’s Rebecca Morelle reports on findings from researchers at Exeter and Oxford:  “Climate change is helping pests and diseases that attack crops to spread around the world who claim pests with crop diseases are moving toward the north and south poles at two miles (3km) a year, establishing themselves in areas once too cold for their existence.

Dan Shapley of the Daily Green catalogues: ‘The Deadly Dozen: 12 Diseases Global Warming Incubates––From Lyme Disease to Ebola Virus, The World Is Getting Sicker:’ “The Wildlife Conservation Society has identified the ‘Deadly Dozen’––12 diseases that are likely to spread due to Global Warming.”

These include:  1)  Avian influenza, of which H5N1 “is currently a major concern for world governments and health 17012281organizations.” 2) Babesiosis – tick-borne diseases affecting domestic animals and wild life and now an emerging disease among people; 3) Cholera, a water-borne diarrheal disease.

Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus related to Marburg fever virus can easily kill people and members of gorilla families; 5) Intestinal and external parasites throughout land and water environments; 6) Lyme disease transmitted to people through tick bites; 7) Plague, known as Black Death spread by rats and fleas;

‘Red Tides’ meaning poisonous algal blooms deadly to humans and wildlife;  9) Rift Valley Fever emerging animal disease affecting domestic animals passed on to people through butchering; 10) Sleeping sickness, known as trypanosomiasis, transferred by the tsetse fly;

Tuberculosis transferred from cattle through un-pasteurized milk; 12) Yellow fever found in Central and South America carried by mosquitoes.

We will write more about these urgent issues in future blogs.  For now, let us rely on God’s Word in Christian messages:  “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. . . .He that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him (Hebrews 11: 1, 6), and turn to Him in prayer for comfort and assistance in these last days.

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