Tuesday, September 10, 2019

As The World Burns: Kangaroo City College Testimony On Amazon Rainforest Blaze

Kansas City conversation and International prof. consideration of a blaze that has garnered attention across the globe. Take a look:

Our home on fire: UMKC professors share thoughts on Amazon rainforest fires

July and August are typically the most humid and wet months for the Amazon rainforest, but a considerable amount of it is turning from lush green to dark ash right before our eyes. The Amazon rainforest is commonly called "the lungs of the earth," housing nearly 20% of our oxygen supply.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shit grows back. And double fast in a jungle.

Global warming lesson of the day.

Anonymous said...

WRONG, it's political. Fires were worst a few years back. Difference ? Liberials were in charge of Brazil at the time.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2019/08/26/why-everything-they-say-about-the-amazon-including-that-its-the-lungs-of-the-world-is-wrong/amp/

Anonymous said...

^^^WRONG.
You are an idiot. You wouldn't know anything about Brazil if it came up and bit you in the balls.

Anonymous said...

@6:13-Pro tip: Don't post links. Nobody reads them. Especially from a moron like you.

Anonymous said...

^^ You mean you can't read.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet he can write though???? Weird.

Anonymous said...

@6:13 Sounds very logical. I believe in LOGIC! KAG 2020

Anonymous said...

Keep America Great = KAG 2020.

Anonymous said...

Read the link if you can dumb asses.