Sunday, December 05, 2010

Noah's Ark and Climate Change

© W. Sterling
Centuries ago, the Bible reports, Noah was told by God to get ready for a severe climate change. He was instructed to use technology to save himself, his family, and a boatload of animals from the ravages of an impending flood resulting from an extended period of excessive rain. Yes, he was told to prevent the disaster of drowning by building a huge boat. This is technology in action. Technology that can save man from a natural disaster.

Today we can use technology to save ourselves from the ravages that will result from climate change. Let us plan and implement solutions soon.

Other titles to help us understand:

Storms of My Grandchildren: The Truth About the Coming Climate Catastrophe and Our Last Chance to Save Humanity

Climate Change: Picturing the Science

1 comment:

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