This post is to show a small, profound point on vocabulary. In this post, there are two groups of words on I’m focusing:
1. bigotry vs. racism
2. peace/violence vs. security/terrorism
The former terms are more inducing of peace, and highlight our common ground. The latter terms, “racism” and “security versus terrorism” are inherently violent, and essentially self-promoting even just by using the words.
1. Proposing to use the word Bigotry, Never Racism
This is a photo gallery of Antarctica, data and maps of Antarctica, and the Aurora Australis, which sits in front of the Milky Way galaxy, as seen from the crisp, clean air of the frozen deserts of the Antarctican winter.
As we in the Northern Hemisphere of Earth roast in the June summer’s searing heat; we spend time recovering from the Sunlight, go swimming, windows down, sunscreen and fresh cut grass, warm weather life – all while Antarctica endures the longest, most bitterly cold winter inside of the orbit of the planet Mars.
N.K.: So I just want to make sure I understand the outline of that deal. If western countries provided 20 percent enriched fuel for the Tehran reactor, then Iran would stop all further enrichment. Is that correct?
M.A.: Yes, yes, we’ve said this before. We’ve said this many times. This is nothing new.
Nuclear technicians at work in Isfahan, Iran on March 30, 2005.
We’ve just finished the warmest decade in history. The 25 warmest years ever recorded have occurred after 1980. The 10 warmest years have come since 1996. 2009 was the second warmest year ever recorded. The Earth is warming – faster and faster.
Climates are changing in new ways. This isn’t politics, dogma or ideology, it’s just fact. Satellites in orbit around our planet have brought us this information, and these satellites have as many hidden agendas as a salad fork.