Frosty Wooldridge: Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation, Part 3

In today’s show originally broadcast on February 9 2017, TBR Radio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock interviews Frosty Wooldridge, to continue our series entitled, “The Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation Worldwide.”

Did you know that we human beings prove to be the most aberrant species that ever evolved on planet Earth. Within 100 years, we have transformed this green, ecologically balanced and thriving globe into an environmental nightmare. We have created the, “Six Extinction Session,” whereby 80 to 100 species suffer extinction every single day of the year. We pump our fossil fuel carbon exhaust into the biosphere at such a rate of speed that our pollution acidifies the soils and oceans of the world.

Our poisoning of the biosphere’s air creates acid rain that falls upon forests, lakes and streams—wiping out their PH balance that subsequently kills other creatures, both plant and animal, indiscriminately. Our deadly, filthy injection of 80,000 human-made chemicals into the air, land and water 24/7 unwinds the very foundation of life-based DNA on this planet. Our Genetically Modified Organisms create an insurmountable and growing nightmare for Mother Nature.

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