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1.232 CHILDREN DIE PER HOUR (10.800 IN 2004) BY HUNGER OR CU
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The impact of the "asteroid climate on Earth"
(estimated duration of the shock against the planet = 200 to 350 years, with early in 1850).

An increase of 2-C in global temperature of the planet mean:
"a serious conversion of some habitats",

while all temperature exceeding those 2-C imply:
"a collapse of the most ecosystems, including the human species".

"It is forecast (scenario or model A1F1*)

An increase of 4.8º C or more at the end of the century, and in the poles the increase would be 6.4 degrees or more".

The glaciers in South America disappear in just 10 years
Perpetual snows of Kilimanjaro disappear in just 15 years
Half of the alpine ice could disappear in just 20 years

The Nile river and the Amazon could not exist in 2090 or before if released accelerators of climate change as:
1.The TRIFLUORIDE (trifluoride nitrogen) will production over 4000 TM in 2008.
(In 2008 for the plasma TV and it is likely that this amount is doubled in 2009.
The TRIFLUORIDE is 17.000 times more powerful than the carbon dioxide (CO2).
2. And must join the methane accumulated in certain depths that could enter the atmosphere to the warmed oceans or to change the current Conveyor or another.

The thaw melt the polar icecaps in just 25 years a rising average temperatures between 1.4 and 5.8 degrees in the next 50 years.

Lead to higher in the sea level of between 9 and 88 inches or more flood of sea level inundate the three-quarters of the swamp Sundarbans, the largest in the world.

Part of EU, and large areas of many countries, with altitudes of between one and five meters on the level the sea, depending on tides, storms, deltas and other factors.

Disappear numerous Pacific islands and the Indian will lose the coral reefs.

The Southern regions, which have fewer resources, suffer tropical cyclones more intense and suffer droughts more deadly

Increased cases of dengue and malaria. The higher temperatures could alter the geographical distribution of species that transmit diseases

Diseases mosquitoes (dengue, yellow fever) , the ticks (Lyme, hantavirus, encephalitis) and the rodents could expand their distribution zones to latitudes and higher altitudes heat waves, floods, storms and droughts caused deaths, injuries, hunger, displacement of populations, outbreaks of diseases and disturbances ecological food security could be undermined in vulnerable regions.

The local decrease in the production of food lead to greater malnutrition and hunger, with consequences in the long-term health, especially for children to reduce the supply of fresh water, climate change could affect the water and sanitation.

This in turn, could reduce the available water for drinking and washing. Also decrease the efficiency of local systems of sewage, which would lead to greater concentration of bacteria and other microorganisms heat waves are linked to cardiovascular diseases, respiratory, diarrheal and other increased production of pathogens and aquatic biotoxins could endanger the safety of the seafood.

The warmer waters also increase the emergence of toxic algal blooms.
The largest CO2 content acidifies marine waters, an effect that could increase during this century with serious damage to the marine organisms, such as the corals and plankton and therefore, the consequent reduction of the production of oxygen.

Rise in temperatures of 0.4 °C each decade in winter and 0.7 °C each decade in the summer increase at the end of the century of the temperature of between 5 and 7 °C in summer and between 3 and 4 °C in winter To The top global warming is greater in areas of the interior that in the coastal increased frequency of days with maximum temperatures extreme, especially in summer decline of the rains.

Increase in the alterations in the terrestrial ecosystems with risk of an increase of pests.
Transformation of permanent to seasonal lakes, ponds, rivers and streams of high mountain.
Increase in the "coincides" and the growth of deserts
Increased losses in the vegetation of high mountain, deciduous forest the vegetation coastline
Reduction of the productivity of marine waters, and therefore the fishing.

Reduction of the richness of species of animals
Increase in the virulence of the parasites
Increase of invasive species Decline of 20% to 40 % of available water toward the end of the 21st century

Increase of pests and diseases forest decline of the profitability of the herds
Increase in the loss of beaches, decreased the average stay of tourists
Increase in the magnitude of river floods
Increase in the landslides
Increase the intensity, frequency and magnitude of the fires
Increased air pollution related to the particulates and ozone tropospheric
Increase in the extension of the possibility of spread of disease sub-trop

Increase in the extension of the possibility of spread of disease sub-tropical.

The melting of the poles has increased the level of the sea in 17 centimeters in the twentieth century, and since 1993 that pace grows to a ratio of 3.1 millimeters per year and in continuous growth increased rainfall extreme and more frequent in many areas increased risk of droughts in the continental zones in the summer

For the year 2100, the winter temperatures, in northern Canada, Greenland and the North Asia should increase by 40 percent more on the world average.

and more, more.

The responsible:

500 PEOPLE WITH ANNUAL revenues increased to $100,000,000.00 DLLs)
7.7 million people class GIGA ELITE in the world WITH ASSETS OF $ 41,000,000,000,000.00 (41 TRILLION DLLs)
65 million class elite in the world WITH ANNUAL REVENUE TOTALS MORE THAN $15,000,000,000,000.00 or 15 TRILLION DLLs

The forgotten:

80 % OF THE WORLD'S POPULATION OR 5.200 WITH LESS THAN 10 DLLs (PPC)
40 % OF THE WORLD'S POPULATION OR 2.600 WITH LESS THAN 2.0 DLLs (PPC)

1.232 CHILDREN DIE PER HOUR (10.800 IN 2004) BY HUNGER OR CURABLE DISEASE
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#2
things are tragic and do bad happens because of people fault! in the world are few good people and too many bad things! Therefore you must first start with us,with analysis of the persons behavior! then the world will become better! and when people are stretched hands to provide aid they will receive no help instead, just a thank you! people can say thank you! and children are people too! they are our future!
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every 6 seconds a child dies from hunger and annually die approximately 6 million (<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.wfp.org/node/3364">http://www.wfp.org/node/3364</a><!-- m -->) children in Africa, North Korea, India etc..! we evolved in time,in mentality and in technology and still people,worse,children are dying of hunger! Confusedweat
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#4
is terrible! especially as they are not guilty of anything! someone is born with all and is single child in familly! someone is born in a poor family with 5 brothers! justice is at the bottom of the sea! ;(
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#5
its so bad to hear that. government have to help them. it is so critical condition.
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#6
shelly Wrote:its so bad to hear that. government have to help them. it is so critical condition.

not believe that the government will face this problem....
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#7
Looking at the rate of increase in human population, I think 1.232 children dying per hour is better than reasonable. We can't 100% life expectency for every child born. It doesn't happen with any of the species on Earth. I am not being a pessimist, but that's how the nature works. And there is nothing wrong in we feeling bad when children die because they are human children. Many animals feel sympathy if such a thing happens to them but they move on. I guess we should too.
All that glitters is gold
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#8
FreeThinker Wrote:I am not being a pessimist, but that's how the nature works. And there is nothing wrong in we feeling bad when children die because they are human children. Many animals feel sympathy if such a thing happens to them but they move on. I guess we should too.

if it be so because the laws of nature then we can not discuss this topic ... but it is due to man. Because they die of starvation and not of disease. You will say so if your child will die cause he does not have what to eat? I don't think so
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Peach Wrote:
FreeThinker Wrote:I am not being a pessimist, but that's how the nature works. And there is nothing wrong in we feeling bad when children die because they are human children. Many animals feel sympathy if such a thing happens to them but they move on. I guess we should too.

if it be so because the laws of nature then we can not discuss this topic ... but it is due to man. Because they die of starvation and not of disease. You will say so if your child will die cause he does not have what to eat? I don't think so

And what makes you think that human species is immune to the laws of nature? Many animals die due to lack of food. When there is an explosion in population of a species and there is lack of resources, death rate increases. This was bound to happen sooner or later. I wonder how the brainiest species of the planet could not anticipate the consequences of it's actions. May be if we realise what we have been doing so far to this planet and try bring some changes in our attitude by respecting the nature, controlling our population and letting the planet to restore, etc we may be able to give a bit better lives to the future generations. What's the point in making rockets and satellites and trying to find out if there's life possible on other planets if we can't manage to maintain an already self-sufficient beautiful planet we have? If aliens existed, they would already be joking about us ;-)
All that glitters is gold
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#10
FreeThinker Wrote:And what makes you think that human species is immune to the laws of nature?

animals can not do anything, but people can find an out of this crisis ... because to them, to people, was given a brain and hands.If we follow and live like you say, in a droughty year would die 3 / 4 of the globe. animals live in what it is,but peopel lives of what they do.
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#11
hi everyone,
It feels really nice to be part of this special community. Anyone from Amsterdam here?
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CostaJulieDec Wrote:hi everyone,
It feels really nice to be part of this special community. Anyone from Amsterdam here?
Hello Julie, you're welcome on this forum. There certainly are users from Netherlands here. So you can register and discuss together with us the topics you're interested in.
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#13
About 20 million children die every year. About half of child deaths occur in Africa. The causes of the most child deaths are malaria, acute respiratiry infections, diarrhea, malnutrition... Many deaths are preventable. According to researches, most of children who die each year could be saved by such measures as vaccines, antibiotics, improvement of family conditions, micronutrient supplementations... Mother also should be more educated and take care of their children.
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#14
Oh, really? It so sad to hear that. :-(
Is the government helping to this children?
In those mothers educated for their children?
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#15
It's so sad that they have to die on hunger and government are not doing anything to help them and I also blame their parents because they know they can't raise a child and yet why take a family planning.
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#16
And then we have to look at places like the United States and start obesity campaigns and regulate children schools and lunch programs. Seems so backwards and unfair. Even a little disgusting.
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