What is the human predicament


As reality unfolds people and the environment are injured.

We may not be able to see every injury or process that leads to injury
but we will suffer greater injury if we are distracted into resolving small issues.

The loss of energy deliveries appears to be one of the largest potential injury producers.

A 90 to 99% contraction of the world's population could result from a similar contraction in energy delivery and the conflict that will result from it.

There are many ways to visualize this:
     "Losing our energy Slaves" is a 10 minute movie

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Overpopulation Means Civilization Collapse            Aug. 2011

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