WHAT DO MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS & COAL HAVE IN COMMON / Evergreen State Journal, Bill Walker

     Orange Sunset

August 8, 2015  Bill Walker

I have a disease it’s called Multiple Sclerosis which is a neurodegenerative disorder that is slowly and silently destroying my central nervous system.

However, if you were to meet me and didn’t know about my MS, you would have absolutely no idea of my incurable condition by just looking at me.

     This is eerily similar to what is happening at an ever increasing rate to our oceans through acidification from the burning of carbon based fossil fuels like coal, oil, and to a lesser extant, natural gas! It seems almost inconceivable that there are still people who want to try and convince others that we as humans are having absolutely no effect on our warming oceans and unpredictable weather patterns. […]

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