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.... "history looking back will prove what I'll die knowing"
For its importance, it must be five star (or 10 out of 10)!! .. And it should be titled 'Six Degrees WILL Change the World'.. for that for sure is exactly where we are heading!! It's critical... be sure and send the link to everyone you know.. (it also can be viewed on NatGeo & youtube.. bit.ly/1tC2LHt ) As for 'fear-mongering' ...we should ALL be, to the max terrified !! Once you've traveled to most every location cited in this film, and viewed first hand, and spoken with the local people severely impacted, you understand the threat is VERY REAL, and truly deadly serious. We have the distinct possibility of being just a generation (at most two) away from beginnings of a run-away 'sixth mass extinction'... which will include an ever increasing percentage of the overall human population.
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