Latest climate change news and it’s just so much worse than you thought – our last hope is the coin toss of AI

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Hi folks, I know we are all fighting over very, very important petty shit like Police in pride parades and Māori Santas – but this is your friendly reminder that the fucking planet is melting…

Melting Arctic ice pouring 14,000 tons of water per second into ocean, scientists find
A new scientific survey has found that the glaciers of the Arctic are the world’s biggest contributors to rising seas, shedding ice at an accelerating rate that now adds well over a millimetre to the level of the ocean every year.

That is considerably more ice melt than Antarctica is contributing, even though the Antarctic contains far more ice. Still, driven by glacier clusters in Alaska, Canada and Russia and the vast ice sheet of Greenland, the fast-warming Arctic is outstripping the entire ice continent to the south – for now.

However, the biggest problem is that both ice regions appear to be accelerating their losses simultaneously – suggesting that we could be in for an even faster rate of sea level rise in future decades. Currently, seas are rising by about 3 millimetres each year, according to Nasa. That’s mainly driven by the Arctic contribution, the Antarctic, and a third major factor – that ocean water naturally expands as it warms.

…oh and it get’s worse, much worse…

Risks of ‘domino effect’ of tipping points greater than thought, study says

Policymakers have severely underestimated the risks of ecological tipping points, according to a study that shows 45% of all potential environmental collapses are interrelated and could amplify one another.

The authors said their paper, published in the journal Science, highlights how overstressed and overlapping natural systems are combining to throw up a growing number of unwelcome surprises.

“The risks are greater than assumed because the interactions are more dynamic,” said Juan Rocha of the Stockholm Resilience Centre. “The important message is to recognise the wickedness of the problem that humanity faces.”

The study collated existing research on ecosystem transitions that can irreversibly tip to another state, such as coral reefs bleaching and being overrun by algae, forests becoming savannahs and ice sheets melting into oceans. It then cross-referenced the 30 types of shift to examine the impacts they might have on one another and human society.

Only 19% were entirely isolated. Another 36% shared a common cause, but were not likely to interact. The remaining 45% had the potential to create either a one-way domino effect or mutually reinforcing feedbacks.

…I’ve been following global warming since the very first IPCC report, my horror has been that the worst case scenario is the only scenario now.

Once the cascade begins, there can be no stopping it, we have passed beyond the biosphere’s ability to sustain us.

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After the methane bubbles from the sea floor spikes global temperatures, Greenland’s ice sheet failure desalinating the oceanic pump in the Labrador Sea will shut down the flow of heat from the tropics to the Northern hemisphere  – we will spike hot and then freeze solid within the space of decades. China and America will go to war and little old NZ will be the only life boat left – it is bleak, but there will be life.

I doubt the petty shit we fill our social media feeds with will seem like an issue in that twilight.

The economic crash will be next year, that will spark war, the rest is already written.

So where is the possible hope? It’s in the hands of a coin toss of AI, will super AI be friendly or will it be evil? We’ve lost the luxury of choice.

This is our species on the precipice.

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  1. I posted this on the Standard and got banned for it.
    By Te Reo Putake.

    Go figure……

    ‘Chris Hedges nails it.

    “We Can’t Fight Climate Change if We Keep Lying to Ourselves

    The inability to see what is in front of our eyes replicates the blindness of all past civilizations that celebrated their eternal glory at moments of precipitous decline. The difference is that life across the whole planet will go down this time. It is comforting to pretend this is not happening, to foster false hopes and fool ourselves with the myth of human progress, but these illusions only tranquilize us at a moment when we should be rising in collective fury against those who are orchestrating our doom.”

    https://t.co/HmUnQC4Hez?amp=1

    • The Standard is a rather toxic place to be sure. Although there are some absolutely brilliant posters most of whom are threatened with a ban by either lprent or Te Reo Putake because their dare to disagree

  2. I was banned from the Herald for posting this.
    By Te Reo Putake.

    Go figure.

    ‘Chris Hedges nails it.

    “We Can’t Fight Climate Change if We Keep Lying to Ourselves

    The inability to see what is in front of our eyes replicates the blindness of all past civilizations that celebrated their eternal glory at moments of precipitous decline. The difference is that life across the whole planet will go down this time. It is comforting to pretend this is not happening, to foster false hopes and fool ourselves with the myth of human progress, but these illusions only tranquilize us at a moment when we should be rising in collective fury against those who are orchestrating our doom.”

    https://t.co/HmUnQC4Hez?amp=1

  3. ‘This is our species on the precipice.’

    I can’t think of an appropriate response, except that a decade or so ago George Carlin described it as ‘circling the drain’.

  4. Yes Ed, I also have become disillusioned with the Standard. It has morphed into centrist bullshit with too many rwnj trolls being openly accepted.
    Martyn’s comments here confirm what many have suspected when the “worst case” scenarios were first mooted about cc. That is that mankind will indeed be facing these worst case scenarios because of our intransigence.

  5. (Grist) – Our current rate of warming will quickly lead us back to a climate that predates the evolution of modern humans, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. That kind of rapid change has no direct comparison in all of Earth’s multi-billion year history.

    “The only thing that comes to mind is a meteorite impact,” says co-author Jack Williams, a paleoecologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    The researchers analyzed the current, near-past, and near-future climates for every part of the planet, and then compared them to what likely existed during similar warming periods of the distant past. The results were shocking, even to Williams.

    “We are creating a geological-scale climate event,” Williams says. “These things don’t happen that often, and we don’t know how humans will do through it.”

    Without rapidly reducing emissions, we’ll quickly go back to a climate similar to somewhere between the Pliocene and Eocene — geological epochs that occurred about 3 million, and about 56 million years ago, respectively. Both would have hellish consequences and likely reshape human civilization permanently. http://www.desdemonadespair.net/2018/12/welcome-to-eocene-where-ice-sheets-turn.html
    We’ll reach the Pliocene in 12 years time the report said.
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    ” Lacking habitat, humans will not survive Earth with a Pliocene-style climate. The same holds for Earth with an Eocene-style climate. Sadly, hothouse Earth is simply not suitable for us. We are vertebrates. We are mammals. Neither vertebrates nor mammals can “keep up” with projected gradual changes. To believe we can adapt to or mitigate for the abrupt climate currently under way is absurdly human.

    Precisely zero humans will witness 2100. Indeed, there will be nary a human more than seven decades before the calendar reads 2100. As a result, no calendars will be turned to 2100. Rather, our species has a scant few years left on Earth.

    Our extinction is imminent. As usual, I encourage readers to live accordingly. ” https://guymcpherson.com/2018/12/ocean-deoxygenation-as-an-indicator-of-abrupt-climate-change/#more-18085

    • The Doomsday Glacier

      In the farthest reaches of Antarctica, a nightmare scenario of crumbling ice – and rapidly rising seas – could spell disaster for a warming planet.

      The trouble with Thwaites, which is one of the largest glaciers on the planet, is that it’s also what scientists call “a threshold system.” That means instead of melting slowly like an ice cube on a summer day, it is more like a house of cards: It’s stable until it is pushed too far, then it collapses. When a chunk of ice the size of Pennsylvania falls apart, that’s a big problem. It won’t happen overnight, but if we don’t slow the warming of the planet, it could happen within decades. And its loss will destabilize the rest of the West Antarctic ice, and that will go too. Seas will rise about 10 feet in many parts of the world; in New York and Boston, because of the way gravity pushes water around the planet, the waters will rise even higher, as much as 13 feet. “West Antarctica could do to the coastlines of the world what Hurricane Sandy did in a few hours to New York City,” explains Richard Alley, a geologist at Penn State University and arguably the most respected ice scientist in the world. “Except when the water comes in, it doesn’t go away in a few hours – it stays.”

      https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/the-doomsday-glacier-113792/

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      UC Irvine professor Eric Rignot is featured in this Emmy-winning HBO series VICE where he discusses his findings of Antarctica’s melting ice sheets and the global impact of sea level rise. He told VICE founder and producer Shane Smith that glaciers in West Antarctica’s Amudsen Sea have “passed the point of no return” and their disappearance could trigger the collapse of the entire West Antarctic ice sheet, which could raise global sea levels by up to five meters – or 15 feet. Such an event could severely submerge the world’s heavily populated coastal areas, and force us to redraw the world map as we know it.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plkkfEY9cGs

        • Cascading Feedbacks Destabilizing Our Climate System: 2 of 2

          One global truth: the only constant is change. In the case of the climate system, this change is massive far-reaching abrupt change, highly nonlinear, much faster than expected, highly exponential in many cases, full of unexpected surprises, leaving no part of Earth untouched. In this video (and next) I chat on a new study that makes a stab at a) identifying elements in the Earth system that are changing, b) identifying drivers that cause these changes, and c) identifying feedbacks and interconnections between changing elements and processes.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Jj3vFqbJoY

          allrawpaul
          Cascading feedbacks, also known as SHTF, or ‘when everything falls apart’, are in progress. Runaway global heating is underway. The heating and ecological degradation feed on themselves in a vicious cycle, causes ever more heating and ecological degradation until most, if not all life is driven into extinction by habitat loss. Humans are like parasitic worms that eat away at their host until their host is a goner. The planet can still sustain life, but not for long. The damage done by the plague of humans is too severe. We are doomed. There is no turning this ship around. Obviously, humans are an unsustainable species. These are some of the inherent traits in humanity that make us unsustainable and irredeemable: corruption, fanaticism, commitment to delusion, tribalism, factionalism, arrogance, racism, hatred, aggression, extreme greed, callousness, brutality, extreme breeding lust, foolishness, short-sightedness, insanity, rapaciousness and a compulsive tendency to be destructive and omnicidal. Near-term human extinction is not a tradgedy, it is a natural inevitability caused by human nature itself.

  6. Perhaps the No Zealand government could start selling lifeboat tickets for top dollar and end homlessness and chold poverty overnight? Or just keep giving the tickets away to foreign colonists and fraudsters to ensure that the last lifeboat is a chaotic civil war zone? Surely only an incompetent, visionless and treasonous government would choose the latter…

    • The system does not allow the necessary change in human activity away from the present path of filling the pockets of the merchants of power. Just trying to change banking will reveal just how much control the banking cabal has, much more power than any elected Govt.

      The system has to change before we can address facing the catastrophic events now under way.

      It is not hard to recognise the NZ community is not only deeply divided but needs leadership and some hope in facing the action well overdue by many decades.

      The present “democracy” is a sham ruled by gross wealth held by a few who dictate what is allowed and can now closely monitor any challenge to their rule.
      They control what information we get and so manipulate the population.

      They know roughly what lies ahead and that the human population will soon rapidly reduce in numbers through starvation and resource scarcity. Mass killings through war and other purposeful wide scale violence are also highly likely as the competition for resources and power continues with greater urgency.

      Our only hope to control this intelligently is to change the system and take away the power we have given/ allowed the psychopaths to accumulate.

      They rely on us being compliant to their wishes, so disobedience must be organised and targeted. Numbers give some protection to organised groups.

      Arguing over “economic” details is a complete waste of time but keeps many occupied while the clock advances with each second wiping out many chances we have as individuals to do something effective to create system change and influence others to join movements such as Extinction Revolution.

      World and local economics is a dead end analysis of how we can further destroy the planet.

      A system change to limit extinction would have to be very different to anything we have experienced for centuries.

      Local restoration of resources, community cooperatives working for local food production, provision of shelter and education and limiting of population, are survival targets.

      NZ is likely to be inundated by wealthy from offshore, who will attempt to take over if we let them.

      Meanwhile join a movement and don’t be left helpless and alone in a psychopath driven extinction path.

  7. Our extinction is the divine justice this planet demands, for the multifarious crimes of our kind. We don’t really matter, and never did. World doesn’t need us, or have any affection for us at all.

    We’re a pseudo intelligent living catastrophe enacting a deterministic mass extinction algorithm.

    Realizing that the universe won’t tolerate this, that we really will get exactly what we deserve and rightly so is very liberating. Our time has past, the end has begun, the payback for what we’ve already done is at hand. I suggest you embrace your destruction too. To sum up, I’ll quote Graham March aka Desimal’s sample from Fallen Man;

    “WE DID NOT UNDERSTAND. BECAUSE WE WENT TOO FAR”

    from;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfUtGWh-dmA

  8. Long before climate change and rising sea levels damage our civilisation, war will do us in. The social and political upheavals from hundreds of millions of displaced people will lead to confrontation, conflict, and then nuclear war.

    Thanks, capitalism. It’s been a helluva ride.

  9. How the Hell am I going to explain all this to the honey bees in one of my bedroom walls? I can’t speak buzz…! My feelers are a bit shit. I popped my stinger years ago.
    A mil a year aye? Man. My beach front’s decades away. That’s a thousand years to a meter.
    I think we should chill the fuck out and enjoy what we got while we have it.
    There’s no life worth the living when we’re hand wringing as we wait until we die of a high tide. If we fucked it up, and it certainly does look like we have, then we should get over it and party.

  10. The only thing that is going to solve this is the population taking to the streets. I believe it will happen and in fact it’s happening already in spots around the world.

    ‘scuse the facebook link but here’s a little story; https://www.facebook.com/peoplerizeup/videos/218028999088351/

    We need to realise that it’s the common people and on the common people who can force governments to take this seriously. As soon as we stop looking to our leaders to do something and put on a display of people power we’ll get some results.

    Just imagine crowds surrounding parliament so the politicians can’t even get out. There is no doubt in my mind that this will happen but the question is will it happen in time or will it only happen when there are more obvious signs of planetary distress.

  11. Please stop worrying, Martyn. We’re in good hands. Our governments love us. By the way, how’s your summer so far? Not too hot?
    With Harvard University and the earth’s leading eugenicist on the case, how can the proposed 2019 cooling of the planet fail?
    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/in-2019-scientists-funded-by-bill-gates-to-spray-particles-into-the-sky-in-first-experiment-to-dim-the-sun/ (They fail to say this has been ongoing for years)
    Never mind that NASA has warned that the next ice age is on it’s way. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-14/mini-ice-age-looms-nasa-scientist-warns-lack-sunspots-could-bring-record-cold

    • NASA is not forecasting a mini ice age, just another grand solar activity minimum – its a 400 year cycle and its coming to 400 years from the Maunder minimum.

      In the current warming from the greenhouse effect, a mini ice age would be most unlikely.

      At best it would slow the warming and give us more time to ease down our carbon use.

      The logical plan would be to use particulates in the lead up to the grand minimum (2020’s to 2030), then leave that to do its thing and renew the use of particulates after it ends later in the century.

      • Using particulates to replace the ones we cease to emit when our fossil fuel consumption halts, could be effective in a short term as a replacement measure while we plant trees furiously and lower population.

        The Non Renewable Natural Resources we will need to use are running very low and it the balance it may not be possible.

        Particulates alone will do little. Their part is but a small contribution to the bigger picture.

        How many centuries would you need to apply particulates replacement for depends on a host of other events, but it will be a long term unachievable burden.

  12. Massive population reduction will solve the problem. If China and the USA go to war then that will eliminate the two worst polluters (45%). Then all we have to do is teach Africa and India birth control.

    • This is exactly correct. You can’t ultimately have both a forever increasing population and a drop in emissions, yet you never hear climate change screamers advocating forced population control – indeed they actively try and save as many lives as possible(!). Isn’t China’s now defunct single child policy the best, easiest and only sustainable solution to limit future climate change (assuming it’s even caused by man)? [crickets].

      • The single child policy is not defunct in spite of the US propaganda claiming it is.

        Under sum strict conditions some couples are permitted to have a second child depending on a number of circumstances which vary according to the region and demographics.

        The both parents must also be only children themselves.

        It is not a common occurrence to allow a second child without loss of privileges.

        The Chinese population program will see a fall in numbers if a decade or so passes without other events intervening.

  13. We may have no chance so let us use it.

    An incomplete logical framework for a social and environmental party that understands the mechanism and consequences of socioeconomic class, ecological systems, the political economy, and the general inter-dependencies between these.

    Strategic Goal:

    Poverty Reduction and Climate Resilience
    through rapid transformational change across all sectors of society in New Zealand

    Implementation Strategies:

    1. Maintaining a solid parliamentary majority for transformational socio-economic change
    2. Just and non-exploitative economic measures based on renewable resources and fair wages
    3. Establishment of a functional network of community-based climate adaptation groups
    4. South Pacific cooperation and safeguarding of Antarctica

    Main Action:

    1.1 Formation of a class- and system oriented, social and ecological political party (‘NZ Eco-Socialists’, ‘NZ Red-Greens’, etc.)
    1.2 Supporting selected, existing Green Party’s policies for practical adaptation and mitigation measures
    1.3 Strengthening awareness for transformational change within voter groups of the National and the Labour Party

    2.1 Sustainable forest conservation, forestry and local value chains
    2.2 Conservation of aquatic resources, sustainable fisheries and local value chains
    2.3 Farming systems diversification and quality agriculture / livestock products and regional value chains

    3.1 Organization of the NZ ‘Local Climate Change Alliance’ consisting of local individuals and groups beyond the NZ party structure
    3.2 Community-based early warning systems and security protocols
    3.3 Local disaster risk reduction and management measures, coastal erosion control, food security, public infrastructure

    4.1 Upper house of parliament with assigned seats for scientists, vulnerable groups, ethnic representatives, intellectual cadres, etc., specific veto-arrangements
    4.2 Education system with strong focus on a) life-skills and b) system theories
    4.3 Vocational training in professions relevant for practical climate adaptation, mitigation, resilience

    5.1 The Pacific Way: Regional collaboration in the South Pacific
    5.2 Safeguarding Antarctica
    5.3 Non-alignment and military options

    We may have no chance so let us use it.

    Gifts under the tree:

    1. Sometimes things appear confusing, and very complex….

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LACbVhgtx9I

    2. …. but there is often a proven way in history.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyMA84-mowI

  14. Like the tone of this train of thought. Dire death, but rings brilliant true. And Countryboy, this magnificent now along with propinquitous oblivion. The ‘one line’ drama ‘The Road’, the line delivered in the credits.

  15. The facts are irrefutable. There is absolutely no doubt that the Earth has reached the point of being dangerously overheated as a consequence of industrial humans extracting and burning massive quantities of fossil fuels.

    There is little doubt that the extracting and burning of humungous quantities of fossil fuels (with the commensurate destruction of the future) will continue until some combination of factors make it impossible: the economic system demands it.

    At the heart of all this is the nature of humans.

    In the linked article, NZ clinical psychologist John F. Schumaker discusses the erosion of human personality.

    ‘We Are The People of the Apocalypse’

    ‘For a culture to avoid self-destruction as it progresses, writes Henry George in his classic 1883 work Social Problems, it must develop ‘a higher conscience, a keener sense of justice, a warmer brotherhood, a wider, loftier, truer public spirit’, while ensuring responsible and visionary leaders who embrace ‘the mental and moral universe’. By stark contrast, modern consumer culture barrels in the opposite direction, breeding an increasingly trivialized and disengaged strain of personhood, devoid of the ‘loftier’ qualities needed to sustain a viable society and healthy life supports…….’

    https://www.filmsforaction.org/articles/the-personality-crisis/

  16. https://www.facebook.com/senatorsanders/videos/523094068190135/UzpfSTEwMDAwMzE5Nzg0NjgxMzoyMDUzMDE2NzQ4MTQ4MjMz/

    Ocean Deoxygenation as an Indicator of Abrupt Climate Change
    Shifting the baseline is a common trick used by governments, media, and paid climate scientists, as I have explained repeatedly. We were on the brink in 1965, we had 10 years in 1989, and now we have until 2030. Shifting the baseline continues, even in the journal literature, which claims we are striving to achieve a target we passed long ago: 1.5 C above the pre-industrial baseline.

    In the current case, shifting the baseline is hardly the only problem with the journal article. Indeed, the article refers to ocean deoxygenation (also known as hypoxia) as if this phenomenon could never occur in the near future, much less today. The study adds to information published in a March 2017 edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences pointing to deoxygenation of the oceans. Neither study draws attention to earlier research indicating deoxygenation could become a major issue by 2030. Nor do they point out obvious, ongoing harbingers. They similarly downplay the rapidity with which deoxygenation can occur, as reported in the August 2017 issue of Science Advances. The latter paper mentions, quite importantly, that dead zones in today’s oceans bear remarkable resemblance to those during the Cretaceous. As pointed out in an article in the 19 December 2018 issue of Science Advances, “ocean oxygen loss may, thus, elicit major changes to midwater ecosystem structure and function.” As expected, plankton productivity is plunging as the base of the marine food web is destroyed by rapid changes in the world’s oceans.

    Even U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is willing to describe ocean deoxygenation as a contemporary issue, as illustrated in the short video embedded below.

  17. Shifting the baseline is a common trick used by governments, media, and paid climate scientists, as I have explained repeatedly. We were on the brink in 1965, we had 10 years in 1989, and now we have until 2030. Shifting the baseline continues, even in the journal literature, which claims we are striving to achieve a target we passed long ago: 1.5 C above the pre-industrial baseline.

    In the current case, shifting the baseline is hardly the only problem with the journal article. Indeed, the article refers to ocean deoxygenation (also known as hypoxia) as if this phenomenon could never occur in the near future, much less today. The study adds to information published in a March 2017 edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences pointing to deoxygenation of the oceans. Neither study draws attention to earlier research indicating deoxygenation could become a major issue by 2030. Nor do they point out obvious, ongoing harbingers. They similarly downplay the rapidity with which deoxygenation can occur, as reported in the August 2017 issue of Science Advances. The latter paper mentions, quite importantly, that dead zones in today’s oceans bear remarkable resemblance to those during the Cretaceous. As pointed out in an article in the 19 December 2018 issue of Science Advances, “ocean oxygen loss may, thus, elicit major changes to midwater ecosystem structure and function.” As expected, plankton productivity is plunging as the base of the marine food web is destroyed by rapid changes in the world’s oceans.

    Even U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is willing to describe ocean deoxygenation as a contemporary issue, as illustrated in the short video embedded below.
    Refer above

    • Mr State House Kid. Mr getting shit done, Mr Socialism Kiwi style. You know who he is, Michael Joseph Savage. Now I’m not the one to speak kindly about The Standard. All of there authors, and I do mean all of them, and others, accuse me of being a right wing ninja. They punch first then can’t handle the jangle when some one whacks them back and explains, how they are wrong and how not to be wrong in the future.

      First off I went to the Michael Joseph Savage Memorial Park in Orakai Auckland one day, and I just new that this was one high status man. When I pulled clips and heard how he talked and how he walked. How he got things done and his vocal tonality and how men and woman just looked up to him. So I had to go on a Michael Savage binge for the next couple of weeks because you can intellectually know what the right things to do are, you know having a dominant vocal tonality is good, you know having a bad ass walk is the right thing to do. You know these things on an intellectual level, but when it comes time to do them, they just seem to not come up to the surface, right?

      One of the main reasons why these things don’t come up to the surface is because there isn’t a clear mental picture in your head on how it looks like. So this is why it’s critical to study and steal. That’s right I said steal. Just like Pablo Picasso said, ” good artists copy, great artists steal.” So steal the mannerisms of people you look up to. And that is the main goal of walking the climate walk so we can copy and steal the mannerisms of those we look up to and use them to get the same results in life. So let’s go.

      Savage secrete number one, the high status walk. You can just tell that this is a man in never ending motion, constantly taking action and how his eyes stay right on his distinction. Savage didn’t look around or to his sides. People not taking action are the ones easily distracted by anything that moves. But not Savage, he knew where he was going, he knew what he was doing and nothing was going to distract him from doing that. The takeaway being is walk with a purpose, know where you’re going and dominantly walk to your distinction. Even if it’s to the toilet, walk with a purpose. Also look straight ahead to where you’re headed and no where else. Let that other 1%-50% get distracted by fickle matters. But us, the high status / noble people know where we are walking.

      Savage secrete number two, his indestructible self image. Michael savage body language, voice, eye contact all come as a result of how he sees himself, and the way he sees himself is as New Zealand’s best politician. Savage truly believed (because he got it) what he wants, when he wants, because he sees himself as a guy who gets those things. People in denial always think that nobel people get lucky, nobel people make there own luck. In Bob Proctors seminar “you where born rich. He said that your behaviours are a direct result of your self image.” If you see yourself as some one who doesn’t want the best then you’re not going to take the actions necessary, to get the best. But if you have an indestructible self image, like Michael Savage, your results are going to align with Michael Joseph Savage, or even with what’s in you mind. Takeaway being give yourself a dope title. It could be anything, who do you want to become and give yourself that nickname. Be a little self loving as long as you’re not blatantly arrogant and hurting the people around you. Give yourself a title. If you’re a doctor, give yourself the title best doctor in the north and act as if you are.

      Savage secrete number 3, be the giver of truth. Denial / Lying to people doesn’t protect anything, it betrays everyone. Truth is a refreshment in today’s age of political correctness. High value / highly noble people have no problem being different if it’s their truth. This is one very big reason Jordan B Peterson has exploded in recent months. Every one says to themselves who the hell is this guy. After seeing someone say what they truly want, it creates admiration because we would all like to be a little more free say. The takeaways are to be the giver of truth, people will admire the heck out of you when you say what you truly want to say. As long as you’re not way out of line say it, it won’t only make you feel better it will make every one around you feel better.

      So there you have it. The 3 things missing from the climate walk is have a bad ass walk, have an indestructible self image and be the giver of truth.

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