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Keeping a watchful eye on Planet Earth. 
It took 200,000 years for the population on Earth to reach one billion, however a mere 200 years more to reach seven billion, (YEAR 2011) 
Coral reef extinction by 2048 due to sea temperatures rising, over fishing and siltation. 
Quantum physicists has postulated the existence of gravitons, mass-less elementary particles that transmit gravitational force. The future of air travel is antigravity with zero carbon emissions. 
(2025) Gas boilers around the world need to be replaced with electricity, and massively ramp up renewable energy, on a scale not yet seen, to meet this extra demand, this is until Nuclear Fusion Energy replaces wind turbines in 2059, however several attempts with Nuclear Fusion was achieved before ths date, moreover on a smaller scale some being successful and some not. 
Researchers at Zero Carbon Britain suggested that if the UK wanted to get to net zero by 2030, Britain would need about 130,000 extra wind turbines mostly off shore. This would take up an area twice the size of Wales. 
Dietary changes take place, with people cutting back on meat, fish and dairy and relying on Mycoprotein. 
Salt-Water Fish Extinction by 2048 
Some of the species most threatened by over fishing currently include Atlantic Halibut, Monkfish, all sharks, and Blue Fin Tuna. Other animals not usually associated with the seafood industry are also affected, with inadvertent by-catches claiming loggerhead turtles, sharks, dolphins and whales. 
Removing the fish we eat would result in the deterioration or loss of marine ecosystems around the globe; the oceans will become full of algae and jellyfish. The oceanic food web will collapse, many birds and sea mammals that eat fish will also go extinct and many humans that rely on fish will starve. 
Earth's population is still growing with numerous environmental and social factors such as pollution, malnutrition, overcrowded living conditions, and lacking health care which makes poor communities vulnerable to infectious diseases. Diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, HIV, and dysentery spread faster in overpopulated areas. 
Earth's environment getting worse, not better, Increasing population, mass migration to cities, increasing energy and soaring CO2 emissions are damaging the planet's resources.  
Any solution to rectify the situation would come at a great cost with huge sacrifices required. Most alarming; climate-warming, carbon emissions have increased 40% in the past 20 years, but two-thirds of that rise occurred in the past decade. 
Water security is a growing concern in many parts of the world as population and agriculture drives demand, placing enormous stress on freshwater ecosystems and fishing zones. 
A decline in freshwater species in tropical areas, which have shown a drop of 70% since 1970. 
70% of the Earth's surface is covered by the ocean. The people of Earth sometimes forget how essential the ocean is for the water you drink, the air you breathe, for human activity and for life. Year after year the people of Planet Earth have been pushing the boundaries of the ocean’s sustainability. 
The list of the ocean’s troubles is long, but one item demands immediate attention: harmful fisheries subsidies. Nearly 90% of the world’s marine fish stocks are now fully exploited, over-exploited or depleted. There is no doubt that fisheries subsidies play a big role. Without them, it would slow the over-exploitation of fish stocks, deal with the overcapacity of fishing fleets, and tackle the scourge of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing. 
Salt-Water Fish Extinction by 2048. That's when the world's oceans will be empty of fish, oceans fill with algae and jellyfish. The oceanic food web collapses, many birds and sea mammals that eat fish also become extinct and many humans that rely on fish starve. The cause: the disappearance of species due to over fishing, sea temperatures rising, pollution, habitat loss, and siltation. 
A Healthy Balance 
Everything in life is a delicate balance, most people love the sunshine but too much isn't good, it's lovely to enjoy a nice meal but too much food isn't healthy, I love watching the fishing boats leaving the harbour, it's romantic and beautiful, but when the world becomes over populated and starts to deplete world fish stocks, that's not healthy either.  
The Land of Laqucia 
Researchers say that global ocean water levels on Earth have risen about 19 centimeters in the last century. And the rate of rise is speeding up. The 20th-century average is about 1.7 millimeters per year; since 1993 the average rate has nearly doubled to about 3.2 millimeters per year. 
Core samples, tide gauge readings, and, most recently, satellite measurements tell us that over the past century, the Global Sea Level (GMSL) has risen by 4 to 8 inches (10 to 20 centimeters). 
During the most recent ice age (at its maximum about 20,000 years ago) the world's sea level was about 130 m lower than today, due to the large amount of sea water that had evaporated and been deposited as snow and ice, mostly in the ice sheet. Most of this had melted about 10,000 years ago. 
Soaring CO2 emissions are damaging planet Earth's resources. 
Sea Levels Rising 
When sea levels rise rapidly on Earth, as they have been doing, even a small increase can have devastating effects on coastal habitats. As seawater reaches farther inland, it can cause destructive erosion, wetland flooding, aquifer - An aquifer is an underground layer of water-bearing permeable rock, rock fractures or unconsolidated materials (gravel, sand, or silt). and agricultural soil contamination, and lost habitat for fish, birds, and plants. 
There are many types of primary pollutants, including carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, particulates, lead, and volatile organic compounds. 
Car pollution is one of the major causes of global warming. Cars and trucks emit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which contribute to global warming pollution. Greenhouse gases trap heat in the atmosphere, which attribute to increasing worldwide temperatures. 
2300 years BC on Earth 
Spring Time, A painting by La Keechia 
Spring Time in Laqucia 
The OTHER World 
Standing here in the cool breeze listening to the first sounds of spring, so beautiful and quiet. The seasons in Laqucia are similar to Earth with birds singing so ardently, mocking the winter, however there are in fact 260 days in a year on planet Galippo, unlike Earth it has five seasons per year, each lasting 52 days with their extra season being a super hot summer, they call it their 'high degree' summer, this is due to their synthetic binary system hidden from detection. A combination of their local star along with the Stasis high energy gateway providing light and heat similar to Planet Earth. 
To observe the seasonal rhythm so closely is deeply comforting. It's also one of my pleasures of visiting the new world. Luckily the winters are mild, but the earliest hint of spring, and the resurrection of the land it promises, is a precious moment. It's a time when my heart fills with joy, a time when my faith in the countryside is renewed once again.  
I would go as far as to say Planet Galippo seems reminiscent to Earth in the year 2300 BC, however without the greed, rivalry , agression, battles and wars, and the lack of their medical knowledge that went with Earth at that time. Although the Galippians do not have access to anything high tech, if anyone ever needed help, the Stasis are extremely advanced and feel very responsible to look after the people on planet Galippo in the same way one would look after their cherished pet. 
The Galippians 
They are independent, they don’t need anyone and certainly don’t crave for popularity or friendship, however they are also naturally empathetic with their thoughts, feelings and emotions and aware of others emotions, this is why they show compassion towards others with a strong moral compass in the understanding of what is right and wrong within their hearts. 
They’re open minded and see the world for what it is, accept it for what it is and most of all cherish it for what it is, they don’t hold grudges nor do they have anger or hatred towards anyone. They stand by their philosophy of the ‘flower of individuality’ and encourage anyone who wishes to be different or unique. 
They never need acceptance from others, because they know others will be accepting naturally towards them. Of course they too are on a learning curve and accept they are not perfect and will admit to their own flaws. 
They remarkably have a good sense of intuition and are very much in tune with their gut feelings whether a decision is right or wrong. They are perfect friends to have, because of these inbuilt natural traits they are loyal and loving, what they say they mean, moreover they would never tell an untruth. 
By no means does this indicate they are void of a sense of humour, that would be far from the truth; everyone has their own personal sense of fun and laughter, and when they start laughing believe me, I’ve had occasions when I’ve laughed so much with these people I found it difficult to breathe with so much laughing, they're so much fun to be with. 
CHEMTRAILS, a visible trail left in the sky by an aircraft and believed by some to consist of chemical or biological agents released as part of a covert operation, rather than the condensed water vapour trail; "conspiracy theorists have been going wild with speculation over the nature and purpose of chemtrails", it's still however a gradual build up of pollutant adding to the C02 within the Earth's atmosphere. 
Extinction on EARTH 
The majestic West African black rhino was declared extinct in 2006, after conservationists failed to find any in their last remaining habitat in Cameroon. 
Animals that Have Gone Extinct in the Last 100 Years 
Passenger Pigeons (1914) 
Carolina Parakeet (1918) 
Heath Hen (1932) 
Tasmanian Tiger (1936) 
Gravenche (1950) 
Japanese Sea Lion (1974) 
Pyrenean Ibex (2000) 
Caribbean Monk Seal (2008) 
Scientists announced that three bird species vanished from the Earth for good in 2018. 
Since 1996, the amur leopard has been classified by the IUCN as Critically Endangered with less than 70 individuals thought to exist today. 
More endangered species. 
Sea turtles 
Orangutan. ... 
Sumatran Elephant 
More beautiful animals driven to extinction 
Passenger pigeon 
Western black rhinoceros 
Pyrenean ibex 
Tasmanian tiger 
Steller's sea cow 
Woolly mammoth 


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