Adbusters, Issue 119: Manifesto for World Revolution, Part 2

AB119: Manifesto for global Revolution, half 2
(May/June 2015)

Adbusters #119 is our moment 160-page bombshell and the second one bankruptcy in our Manifesto for global Revolution sequence. the following, we holiday the shackles that experience held again the environmental move for much too long.

In half 2, we make a journey to a water concern in a single of the world’s megacities, learn a destiny with out Homo Sapiens and delve into potential and purposes for resistance. What occurs if we fail to behave now?

Award-winning essayist and writer Charles C. Mann explores the country of our species.
pupil Bron Taylor asks: Do the ends justify the means?
John Michael Greer formulates a brand new future.
Clive Hamilton considers goals of escape.
Is there whatever left of yank democracy?
We take the 1st steps within the #BillionPeopleMarch.

In this sequence we’re blurring the road among proposal and strive against. We’re preparing for #worldrevolution: leaders needs to carry us a weather accord now, otherwise … face worldwide innovative fervor.

Come alongside for the journey.

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OR MORE -ACTS ON GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETIES AROUND THE WORLD see The World in Maps, CHAPTER I, PAGE 18 + THE CAUSE & EFFECTS ON EARTH OF SOLAR WIND see The Sun: Solar Details. CHAPTER 2, PAGE 57 35 » z Ul ~ m ;;D OJ o oA -I I m ""lJ oem Ul EQUATOR & TROPICS 36 he Equator and the tropics are represented by imaginary lines that geographers over the centuries have assigned to positions on the Earth that correspond to certain mathematical, astronomical, and climatological phenomena. The Equator is an imaginary line circling the Earth, halfway between and always equidistant from the North and South Poles.

The mass of a star determines all of its other characteristics, including how hot it is, what color it is, and how long it will live. Massive stars are hot and blue, whereas small stars are cool and red. diameter could have more mass than three stars comparable FOR MORE FACTS ON GALAXIES IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, INCLUDING THE MILKY WAY see Galaxies. CHAPTER 2, PAGES 48·9 + THE STAR THAT IS CLOSEST TO PLANET EARTH see The Sun. CHAPTER 2, PAGES 54-7 In size to our sun. IN STARS, SIZE MATTERS Small stars continue to burn for hundreds of billions of years.

67°F). / Corona: Outermost region of the sun's atmosphere, consisting of plasma (hot ionized gas). WHAT IS SOLAR WIND? Solar wind occurs when atomic particles stream out from the sun's corona. A gust can amount to one million tons of matter per second . Solar wind consists mostly of protons and electrons, with tiny amounts of silicon, sulfur, calcium, chromium, nickel, neon, and argon ions. It travels up to 540 miles a second- fastest when escaping through coronal holes. Where solar wind encounters planetary magnetic fields, it can cause auroras.

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