Meat The Facts – On Global Warming

Meat The Facts - On Global Warming – A shocking look at the state of the planet and the effects of meat consumption on our precious home.

Climate Change, Facts vs. Myths.

According to scientists, greenhouse gases and CO2 production represent the main causes of the climate change affecting our planet. We are looking for solutions like quotas and international conventions and agreements, yet these seem to yield no real effect. And yet, the real causes lie under our feet and the solution is strikingly close.
First of all, we should stop draining agricultural land and forests. We must retain rainwater where it falls, since the raindrops that fall on compressed soil immediately run off to the lower areas. Water which falls on the ground above the man-made slopes is subsequently quickly discharged, causing flash floods.
Since the water does not soak into the ground, river and brook sources dry out and groundwater levels are decreasing, too.
Drained continents are heated even further by solar radiation, subsequently heating Earth’s atmosphere and resulting in global warming.
Consequences are alarming – droughts and forest fires, melting glaciers, increasing ocean levels.
Yet an effective and simple solution to this problem exists. We have it. Please help us persuade scientists and politicians that the time has come to change our perspective.

You can find more information in the documentary entitled “DRAINING OF SOILS = CLIMATE CHANGE”.
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22 thoughts on “Meat The Facts – On Global Warming”

  1. Twenty three years ago, I had just finished my third hamburger off the grill when my new neighbor (who looked 30, and had just told me it was his 50th birthday) told me that he hadn't  eaten  meat in 20 years.  I thought he was a lunatic.  Everyone knew that you had to eat meat to survive! Then, he told me his story and dared me to try not eating meat for two weeks, saying that I would never "go back".  
    Being a much younger 25 then, I was still out to disprove almost anyone, and ventured to save this poor misled soul by showing him how incredibly ill I would become by not actually eating from each of the four food groups in the Standard American Diet for fourteen days.  I prepared myself for two weeks that would feel like two years of raw misery, and began my journey.  
    The first few days were terrible.  What was I supposed to eat?!?  Back then, the freezers weren't full of Boca Burgers and Riblets (a couple of vegetarian meat alternatives) that are easily available today in any grocer freezer.  I had to actually eat fruit and vegetables!   The first four days were as miserable as I had planned.  I got headaches, was grouchy and felt generally  ill and angry that I had committed myself to such a suicidal mission. 
    The fifth day, I woke to find that  I felt like I had just been born again.  I had the energy that I had when I was just a kid.  My skin and eyes were clearer and brighter, and I was happy as a lark on a spring day.  From that day on,  July 12th, twenty-three years ago, I have only eaten meat twice.  Both times, I have become extremely ill, so ill that I once had to leave work on only my second day there after an "Employee Appreciation Dinner" that had turkey in it that I partook of out of guilt. The third and only other time-in 23 years- that I have been sick was when I contracted Bird Flu by touching meat as a cashier at a grocery store.  It almost killed me. Sick only three  times in twenty three years.   I can confidently say that meat causes illness and disease.  

     I encourage all of you to take the same leap that I did all those years ago  (it's a lot friendlier out there today). Try it for two weeks.  You can always go back (I'm smiling as I say this, because I just know you won't).   Not only will you be doing yourself the biggest favor ever,  you will be making a serious contribution to the health of animals everywhere and to the environment.

  2. I can't stop weeping because that is such a terrible environment that we are letting all beings to suffer. My tears fill my eyes because this is the only planet we must rely on and this is the place the future generation is getting. We borrow it from our children yet return it in a horrible shape.

  3. (at)SupremeMasterTV its too late to stop the disaster that will befall all of us. A wise man once said "destiny is already written" . There is no way to stop this suicidal pathway were going but its good point ot out. Im a veggie myself. There is plenty of land in the world still but I give it about 40yrs more till we start to notice this problem

  4. Someday the white man will notice that you cant `t eat and drink money but then it will be too late!

  5. even without any connection to the co2 release – it is disaster enough that rain forest has been destroyed and habitats have been lost for ever and life are gone, and all this because of the human greed.

  6. Smart move. Habbits is what destroyed this planet. We tend to exploit and abuse our resources for the mere satisfaction of our concocted life-styles. People defend their likes and dislikes in taste even with wars. Changing our life-styles is the only way to survive this crisis.

  7. The Earth has a very critical, the world people did not see the atmosphere, the total pollution of the tragic suffering poisoning? However, as long as they did to the Earth to stop global warming, restore ecological balance, not to affect health, life more enjoyable, such a simple table, not to spend what effort, as long as they manage their mouth and everyone can do for their own health, to the Earth' s future, please, vegetarian, the environmental protection, and Save the Earth!

  8. Great Video – everything put plain and simple. People do not like being removed from the "Ignorance is bliss" shroud 🙂

  9. Excellent presentation SMTV!
    Very precise!!
    Thank you for bringing us this truth!
    May we listen, repent and make a change today!!!

  10. Open letter for presidents, heads of governments, members of parliaments and to the media in EU and G7 countries as well as in other countries of the world

    It is our duty to do so.
    Scientists have to realize they have been wrong!

    Dear Sir,
    My name is Štefan Vaľo and I am an expert with practical experience in the field of climate change. I have gained all of my knowledge and skills during the many years I have been focusing on the issue. I have been working in the construction industry – earthwork in particular – for more than 40 years. And in all that time I have also been in close contact with the soil and water.

    With the major climate conference COP 21 in Paris approaching it is important that we inform the delegates about the following:

    Climate change is an unquestionable fact and, inter alia, it is manifested through floods and droughts. In 2009, I came to realise that the main triggers, apart from greenhouse gases, are two phenomena caused by human activity, spreading so quickly and furtively that most of people hardly notice them. The first phenomenon – compressed soil which prevents rain water from soaking into the ground – allows water to run off speedily along the surface to lower areas instead where it causes floods and washes fertile soil away into the oceans. The second phenomenon – the man-made slopes with millions of pores broken during construction activities. Such broken pores can no longer function as they are supposed to and start to drain the slopes. Similar slopes can be found in the walls of drainage canals in lowland areas and in the ditches along the roads, where they dry out the surrounding landscape. In mountainous terrain, such slopes can be found above highways and roads, in tracks left by heavy machinery as well as above other constructions and they can drain entire forests above the slopes for scores or even hundreds of metres.

    Scientific measurements have shown that in Europe 1m3 of soil contains some 200 to 500 litres of water. This water is mainly in pores which basically represent drinking water reservoirs reaching to plant roots, headstreams and groundwater sources. As such, they have an immensely important and irreplaceable function in securing life on the continents. Yet they can only work when they are not broken or interrupted.

    Every day, enormous compressed areas appear which drain soil with increasing speed. Because of these, we are draining the soil of water the consumption of which has increased sevenfold compared with the 19th century. Yet, how much has the surface water runoff increased? Manifold for sure – yet no one monitors this.

    In the last 30 to 50 years, these phenomena have led to major natural disasters, which have been incorrectly attributed to greenhouse gases until now. Both lay and expert public attributes them to the increased concentration of greenhouse gases, especially that of CO2, in the atmosphere. In general, the climate change phenomenon is more and more limited to the discussion on greenhouse gases only. However, my long-term observations, measurements and research prove that it is the growing size of compressed soil areas and the growing number of man-made slopes which causes:
    – Fast water run-off from the continents;
    – Floods and landslides;
    – Drying out of streams, rivers and forests;
    – Decreasing of groundwater levels.

    Drained continents heated by solar radiation subsequently heat the atmosphere excessively, which results in global warming. As a result, the following occurs:
    – Droughts and forest fires;
    – Melting of glaciers;
    – Rising of the ocean levels

    This clearly shows that all of the abovementioned negative phenomena are caused by human beings and their draining of the continents which deteriorates the climate even further.

    The solutions which can help our nature are simple and inexpensive.
    If we stop draining our continents, we will:
    – Stop overheating of continents by solar radiation;
    – Stop overheating of atmosphere (water vapour reflecting solar radiation out of the atmosphere will rise into the atmosphere instead of dry hot air)
    – Stop melting of glaciers, which will subsequently stop ocean levels from rising;
    – Stop floods and droughts;
    Reduce forest fires;
    – Stop decreasing of groundwater levels;
    – Stop drying out of streams and rivers;
    – Stop landslides.

    We can mitigate climate change and prevent the disasters brought along
    with it to the same extent to which we can stop draining of continents.

    In 2011 I implemented my solutions in three locations in Slovakia – in the municipalities of Ťahanovce, Repejov and Oľka; and in one municipality in Ukraine. The result was effective immediately and it is still fully functional and sustainable.

    You can check the veracity of my words in documentaries Draining of Soils = Climate Change and Climate Change, Causes and Countermeasures, in which information on my observations, measurements, research and countermeasures can be found.

    An enormous increase of the compressed soil areas and of the man-made slopes. The two phenomena which have been causing climate change in the last decades must not be omitted at the upcoming climate summit in Paris. Therefore, I would like to ask you to use your authority in order to motivate the conference attendees to discuss the negative impact of human activity in forests and on agricultural soil.

    Enclosed in this letter are the two DVDs with the above mentioned documentaries Draining of Soils = Climate Change and Climate Change, Causes and Countermeasures.

    The same appeal will be sent to the presidents, heads of governments, members of parliaments and to the media in EU and G7 countries as well as in other countries of the world.

    Yours sincerely,

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