I hope everyone had a safe and wonderful April 1st!
As many of you know I enjoy listening to a lot of talk shows these days. Coast to Coast AM, Fade to Black, Etc… Well they brought up an interesting point. And I figured I would put it in my blog. This is one of their opinions and in a way I kinda share it. Hence why I am posting about it.
We have been pretty much on lock down for awhile now. They said the pollution levels have declined a lot on Earth since this shelter in place has taken effect. Which is a darn good thing! I am beyond glad the pollution levels have dropped a lot! But then they brought up a theory.
What if Earth has adapted to all the pollution and gasses and other things? And now that the pollution levels are dropping, could that effect how Earth and its climate changes or improves or worsens? What if this happens to bring on the next ice age? Yes, that was a far fetched idea they tossed out there. But we can not rule out that possibility. Because Earth has not had this happen. So what could this mean for Earth and other things?
In all honesty I hope that it improves Earth and our climate and atmosphere. Less pollution means more fresh air. Cleaner waters. And just a healthy Earth overall. I hope scientists are really studying how Earth is going through these times, and seeing what it does and does not do. Maybe we can learn something good, out of a bad situation.
I just wanted to post about their opinions because I was thinking about it. How will the Earth adapt to these changes? That is a good question that we should all be observing!
I have reinstalled Bionic for Seti@Home. But they shut down their servers a few hours before I reinstalled it. If I had known that, I would of waited to reinstall it lol. But now it has some more options on there besides the Seti@Home. So i chose some other options to run on it. All astronomy stuff 🙂 If they can use my PC power to help learn things in the universe, then more power to them. I have gladly helped for almost 2 decades now, and will continue to do so for many more decades to go!
Stay safe everyone 🙂