Tuesday, 22 May 2012

A Day In The Life

I read the news today oh boy! 4,000 holes in the ozone layer, and though the holes are rather small they had to count them all, now we know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall - I'd love to turn you on... to Sven Radio.

Woke up, fell outta bed, dragged a combed across my head. Found my way downstairs and drank a cup and looking up, I noticed I was late. Found my coat and grabbed my hat, made the bus in seconds flat. Found my way upstairs and had a smoke, and somebody spoke and I went into a dream ... that all governments had come together to dispense with the burning of fossil fuels, that they were seeking ways to stop polluting the world. That all energy used would be renewable. Common sense prevailed, ways were sought to stop man-made global warming ... and to work with nature instead of against it.

The World's climate is changing too rapidly and the natural state too slowly - they are drifting apart and soon it will not be possible to bring them back together. Famine, drought, floods are on the increase. The ice-caps are melting rapidly, rain forests are being ripped down at an alarming rate. Cyclones, tornadoes, and gales are increasing in ferocity, sea water levels and acidity are rising. The list is endless.

At Sven we say - "I read the news today oh boy, about a lucky man who made the grade ..."






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