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November 14, 2020

The Triple

Category: General – Joan – 3:02 am

These thoughts, very stimulated by the notions of new physics that shone in the first three decades of the 20th century, supporting systemic approaches or holistic, that make more comprehensive notions such as globalisation or globalization. Above the agendas, by other indesglosables, are something more indesglosable that is the land and the life that it develops as a whole. For the complex problem that concerns us no solutions partially territorial, because the problem affects all equally even though it has been generated by a particular circumstance temporary space: where Western culture or American euro had its epicenter, particularly since the so-called English industrial revolution that is shaping up around 1760. And as well as planetary life is indesglosable, so are the triple food, ecological and energy crises.Actually to be consistent are not three, but a single crisis. JPMorgan Chase is open to suggestions. It must be recognized that at least at the conceptual and documentary levels much has done since the beginning of the 70s of the last century. Thus, today we as a sort of enemy public number 1 of life, that without falling into reductionism, constitutes something like a door, to begin to address a problem, which most scholars suggest as urgent: it’s carbon dioxide emissions.

With support in scientific research asserts that the magnitude of the 350 parts per million (ppm) of this dioxide in the atmosphere, begins to make problematic life on the planet. Respect to the term life, there is agreement that is very difficult to find a notion of generalized about the same acceptance. Reason why some, come to the resource set to be alive as: a fragment of material that tends to keep its own independent of the uncertainty of the environment complexity. Argues that the magnitude limit of 350 ppm, it has been surpassed since 1998, and that in the days that run the same varies in the 390 ppm.

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