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Guy McPherson 2014 – Climate Collapse Series – Introduction and Partial Summary

Published on Jul 28, 2014

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Introduction to Climate Collapse Series With Dr. Guy McPherson

Here, we introduce this series with Dr. McPherson where he discusses his basic premises in a nutshell. The entire series will expound more upon these fundamentals.

There is hope… the hope is that we face the future, take the steps necessary to make the best of what’s available, and find within ourselves the strength and determination to live well for ourselves and for all others around us as unpredictable forces swirl around us seeming to determine our fate.

Dr. McPherson feels massive changes are afoot. Right or wrong, his most critical advice comes in this quote:

“It is a lie to say that we live only once. We live every moment of every day. We die only once. Live each moment as if your life matters.”

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ClimateChange12’s 2014 Interview Series With Dr. Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona
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Dr. McPherson is a softspoken yet resolutely unwavering voice in the wilderness of environmental scientists studying the impending catastrophic impact of climate change upon the future of all life on Earth. From his observations and study of relevant scientific data garnered from his peers, he has surmised that civilization is on the fast track to complete collapse due to over 36 self-reinforcing climactic feedback loops including increased Arctic methane releases, melting polar caps, ocean decline and severe weather anomalies, amongst other things.

Interviewer: Reese Jones

Guy McPherson 2014 | Catastrophic Consequences of 2º Centigrade Temperature Rise

Published on Jul 10, 2014

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New Conversations with Dr. Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona, School of Natural Resources and Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

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In this video, we ask Dr. McPherson to discuss the consequences of temperature rise of 2 degrees Centigrade.

However, he notes that at the current level of only .85 degrees, we may have already triggered unstoppable, runaway methane release from Arctic seabeds and melting permafrost along with other climactice feedback loops which will likely lead to extinction level decline.

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Dr. McPherson is a softspoken yet resolutely unwavering voice in the wilderness of environmental scientists studying the impending catastrophic impact of climate change upon the future of all life on Earth.

From his observations and study of relevant scientific data garnered from his peers, he has surmised that civilization is on the fast track to complete collapse due to over 36 self-reinforcing climactic feedback loops including increased Arctic methane releases, melting polar caps, ocean decline and severe weather anomalies, amongst other things.

Interviewer: Reese Jones

Guy McPherson 2014 | The Controversy of Near Term Extinction

Published on Jul 10, 2014

Video Details Below:

New Conversations with Dr. Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona, School of Natural Resources and Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

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In this video, we ask Dr. McPherson to discuss the consequences of temperature rise of 2 degrees Centigrade.

However, he notes that at the current level of only .85 degrees, we may have already triggered unstoppable, runaway methane release from Arctic seabeds and melting permafrost along with other climactice feedback loops which will likely lead to extinction level decline.

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Dr. McPherson is a softspoken yet resolutely unwavering voice in the wilderness of environmental scientists studying the impending catastrophic impact of climate change upon the future of all life on Earth.

From his observations and study of relevant scientific data garnered from his peers, he has surmised that civilization is on the fast track to complete collapse due to over 36 self-reinforcing climactic feedback loops including increased Arctic methane releases, melting polar caps, ocean decline and severe weather anomalies, amongst other things.

Interviewer: Reese Jones

Guy McPherson 2014 | Human Extinction By 2050 | Climate Change

In this video, Dr. McPherson explains in more detail why we’re headed for human extinction by 2047 due to the climactic self-reinforcing feedback loops and runaway methane release.

However, he notes that at the current level of only .85 degrees, we may have already triggered unstoppable, runaway methane release from Arctic seabeds and melting permafrost along with other climactice feedback loops which will likely lead to extinction level decline.

This has occurred in the past, precipitating catastrophic extinction of species.

Guy McPherson 2014 | Climate Change | Conspiratorial Silence Or Different Opinions?

n this video, Dr. McPherson is asked why other climate scientists, news organizations and government officials seem mum on the issue of cataclysmic climate change repurcussions facing all of us in our near future.

Guy McPherson 2014 | Moving To an Off-Grid, Permaculture Paradise Or a Deathtrap

In this video, Dr. McPherson explains his regrettable decision of giving up empire and his prestigious position at University to go off-grid, creating a permaculture paradise and building a straw-bale house paradise. However, the area he chose may be a deathtrap due to oncoming climate change.

This has occurred in the past, precipitating catastrophic extinction of species.

Guy McPherson 2014 | Going Off-Grid, Becoming Independent of the System

In this video, Dr. McPherson is asked about renting out his permaculture farm amongst other things; any such decisions he reveals must be a consensus of all parties involved. He talks about mistakes from the past, living in the present, pondering the possibilities in the future, experiencing the manipulation and corruption of Empire and Imperialism and finding astonishment in the smallest, but most mysterious of miracles:

that we get to be here; and every moment we have a choice. We can further our own survival, AND, we can act with compassion towards other humans beings as Viktor Frankl did, even in the concentration camp.

We have these big brains and get to be sentient… we can look around and be self-aware. We know enough about DNA now to understand that the odds of us being here are as remote as plucking a random atom out of the Universe from amongst all the other atoms that it is a miracle that we’re here at all. This, coming from a man who doesn’t believe in miracles. Life is urgent… if we choose, we get to live it in astonishment.

Guy McPherson 2014 | Corporate Controlled Media, Problems With Peer Scientists

In this video, Dr. McPherson is asked a few disquieting questions. He discusses the owning of weapons for self-protection and the likelihood of ‘marauding hordes.’ He then reiterates in more depth the conservative nature of peer review and the hesitation by some scientists to submit papers knowing they will be rejected due to their more radical nature of their presentations. The conversation moves to corporate media’s lack of reporting on climate change, off-world living, manifest destiny, and the ludicrousness of living on Mars and man’s insatiable desire to expand throughout the Universe; as he says, “desperate times call for desperate measures.”

Guy McPherson 2014 | Climate Collapse and Human Extinction

In this video, Dr. McPherson explains why he shares so resolutely the high probability of impending near-term human extinction.

Above all, he is a teacher; and a good teacher not only teaches the truth, but incites them to think while often making a profound impact on possibly, the rest of their lives. This, as the truth will often do.

Why do over 99% of climate scientists neglect to reveal the harsh realities their research indicate? Unless one speaks to them individually, one cannot know for sure. However, they are most likely to err on the side of conservatism as to avoid a more radical, controversial stature. Some might question whether this might be a form of climatory ‘malpractice.’ Others of course, might disagree, rather heartily.

Throughout history, humans have chosen to take the middle ground. But the greatest thinkers and doers have often leapt to the periphery of popular consensus to their professional suicide, having sacrificed themselves for often, the most spectacular revelations and discoveries in human history.

There is a huge courage involved in speaking up and speaking out. Moderation in all things… except, perhaps, in spreading one’s truth?

Dr. McPherson believes people have the right to know, come to terms with what is possibly coming down the pike, and find blessed moments for the time left.

Guy McPherson 2014 | Confronting the Elite, Hiding Dire Truths

In this video, Dr. McPherson discusses whether or not he has spoken with those in power, the people of influence who affect our daily lives. He also goes more into depth on the unwillingness of fellow climate scientists to publish the more dire, true assessments that their research seems to reveal. It is mystifying as to why such noted scientists seem to ignore published data that supports self-reinforcing climatory feedback loops going as far back as 1992.

Guy McPherson 2014 | Power Grid & Bank Failure Timeline, The Tyranny of Oil

In this video, Dr. McPherson discusses his timeline for the collapse of industrial civilization – namely, the collapse of the power grid and banking industry which is heavily tied to our desperate and globally increasing dependence upon fossil fuel and the result climate changes he foresees.

Guy McPherson 2014 | How To Live In Excellence | Recycling Is Moot

In this video, Dr. McPherson begins by provocatively declaring recycling doesn’t matter, that it never mattered, and then goes into the things that really do matter as we move into a more precarious future riddled with catastrophic climate implications.

Guy McPherson 2014 | Raising Our Food, Crises of Conscience, Facing Realities

n this video, Dr. McPherson discusses primary steps in gaining independence from the system by means of growing your own food as well as facing and understanding the necessity and obligation of killing one’s ‘friends’. a sensitive subject for many who may be unfamiliar with survivalism and homesteading, it can demand confrontation with one’s ability to meld both empathy and practicality.

It’s Too Late To Stop Climate Change, WE ARE DEAD, Guy McPherson 18Nov2013

Published on Nov 20, 2013

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18 November, Too Late To Stop Climate Change, We’re Dead Anyway. Guy McPherson,

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Climate change, it’s been happening for 4+billion years and now with human activity damaging important natural feedback loops the planets systems are in the process of killing everyone, including the elite who proclaim that carbon taxes will save us.
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Guy McPherson—”How Do We Act in the Face of Climate Chaos?”

Published on Oct 20, 2013

The rate of climate change clearly has gone beyond linear, as indicated by the presence of myriad self-reinforcing feedback loops, and now threatens our species with extinction in the near term. Anthropologist Louise Leakey ponders our near-term demise in her 5 July 2013 assessment at Huffington Post. In the face of near-term human extinction, most Americans view the threat as distant and irrelevant, as illustrated by a 22 April 2013 article in the Washington Post based on poll results that echo the long-held sentiment that elected officials should be focused on the industrial economy, not faraway minor nuisances such as climate change.

This presentation brings attention to recent forecasts and positive feedbacks. Sources of forecasts include the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the Hadley Centre for Meteorological Research, the United Nations Environment Programme, the Global Carbon Project, and the Copenhagen Diagnosis. None of these forecasts include selfreinforcing feedback loops, 23 of which have been triggered. Nor do these forecasts include economic collapse, the single phenomenon that might prevent our early demise, according to Tim Garrett’s (2011) paper in Climatic Change, “Are there basic physical constraints on future anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide?”

Guy McPherson was born and raised in the heart of the Aryan Nation, small-town northern Idaho. He first experienced the hair-raising incident of a rifle pointed at the base of his neck when he was ten years old. The person behind the trigger was thirteen.

This episode was so ordinary he didn’t bother to tell his parents for two decades. It simply never came up.

The escape from the benighted village came in the form of education, in large part because McPherson’s parents were lifelong educators. To pay for his undergraduate education, which led to a degree in forestry, McPherson spent summers working on a helitack crew. Staring down a large wildfire at the age of nineteen, he realized some forces of nature are beyond the human ability to manage.

More than ten years into a career in the academic ivory tower, McPherson began focusing his efforts on social criticism, with topics ranging from education and evolution to the twin sides of the fossil-fuel coin: (1) global climate change and (2) energy decline and the attendant economic consequences. His public appearances stress these two predicaments because each of them informs and impacts every aspect of life on Earth.

He also speaks about our individual and societal response to these phenomena, and includes topics such as authenticity, Socratic lives of excellence, and the role and responsibility of our species in the world.

McPherson’s latest chapter includes abandoning his tenured position as full professor at a major research university for ethical reasons. His story is described in his memoir, “Walking Away from Empire.” You can read about that book and his many others at his website: http://guymcpherson.com/

 

 

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