There is a mountain I see every time I go grocery shopping in Conifer, Colorado. The base of it literally goes all the way down to the back of this grocery store. While I still wait for the above-normal snow pack in the high country to melt a little more (most in 30 years in some places), I can’t pass up the opportunity to climb a mountain so close to home. This one is called Berrian Mountain.
CURRENT THOUGHTS…The only people that don't believe the science behind human-fueled climate impact are just ignorant of simple perspective. First you have to have an idea of what the by-products of a fossil fuel-based world energy economy are, and second, you need to be able to fathom that effect based on a world population of 7 billion people. I did not need scientists to tell me there was a human-caused climate impact. I had the perspective even as a child to see what was going on around me. This isn't a political issue, so I don't care about the politics behind it on either side. Deniers are just naive of nature and the reality of our population problem.
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