From my fathers side of the family I remember a story told by an aunt about my grandparents sending flour thru the Mennonite service committee to a cousin in the Ukraine who was being starved by Stalin in the holodomor.
From my mothers side I remember her saying we were part Jewish on the Huguenots side of our family. The following outlines how that happened.
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On one side Mennonites burned at the stake and banished from Friasia to Prussia to the Ukraine only to be chased to Canada in the late 1800’s on the other side descendant of French Huguenot burned at the stake, murdered and banished to North America. Is it any wonder I think of a catastrophic outcome?
Catastrophe is the norm
A listing of extinction events can be found here here.
Natural disasters and climate change
Foreign invasions and mass migration
Famine, economic depression, and internal strife
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Global warming is an outcome of excessive C02 in the atmosphere. We have seen this before.
during the following ages
Global cooling is an outcome from to much particulate in the atmosphere. We have seen this before during the following ages
We are on the path to Global warming from to much C02 and the inevitability of that is sullied here
The path to to much particulate in the atmosphere is from one of x events which statistically happen about once every 500 years on average. These events are of a size that in an agrarian society have lead to widespread starvationn and disease
It appears from geological evidence that a more major Volcanic and or Impact event occurs about every 5,000 to 10,000 years. We have not recorded any of these in our 10,000 years of recorded history, our recorded history possibly begins with the end of the last event.
Cultural appropriation: Das good yah, this appropriation, is a good thing, unless your a power freak trying to bully, you narcissistic piece of shit. The civilization of Babylonia was not as fruitful for humanity as Egypt’s, not as varied and profound as India’s, not as subtle and mature as China’s. And yet it was from Babylonia that those fascinating legends came which, through the literary artistry of the Jews, became an inseparable portion of Europe’s religious lore; it was from Babylonia, rather than from Egypt, that the roving Greeks brought to their city-states and thence to Rome and ourselves, the foundations of mathematics, astronomy, medicine, grammar, lexicography, archeology, history, and philosophy. The Greek names for the metals and the constellations, for weights and measures, for musical instruments and many drugs, are translations, sometimes mere transliterations, of Babylonian names.