image courtesy of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have always known you have to listen to both sides to a story; there are frequently way more than just two sides, as a matter of fact.
And -- bear with me, here; I'm getting to my point -- when I was a teenager, [critical point here] in the '70s, I remember thinking on unseasonably warm winter days, 'wow, this is truly a sign of the Dawning of the Age of Aquarius.' Or something equally foolish; I was a true believer, okay?
And now, as a cynical adult, I've come to realize that greater works were at play then, than just a naive wish for everyone/everything to come together.
Forthwith: witness the facts from Scientific American, *a science-, fact-based journal*, about what Exxon knew about climate change, and WHEN. (Poor silly me.)
Then, for a giggle, go ahead. Check out the propaganda Exxon/Mobil, one of the greatest polluters of Mother Earth, would have you believe. The venom fairly spews from the page.
My friends, if you learn nothing else from this blog, this is a keeper (pun intended): Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.
*I would be remiss if I didn't give a shout-out to exxonknew.org and their work to uncover the complete timeline of what happened, when.