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A Straight Line with Guy McPherson

A Straight Line with Guy McPherson

Playing tracks by

London Jazz IV, Thundercat, Black Sabbath, Tim Hecker and Jens Lekman.

Chart positions

This show was 2nd in the global interview chart.

Guy McPherson, professor emeritus of natural resources and the environment at the University of Arizona, talks abrupt climate change and the possibility of near term extinction. Hang on to your butts!

http://guymcpherson.com/

Comments

longknowledge

I started listening to the recording at 3:15 PM EDT and got through most of the first song, "Death is Near," when, ironically, the song stopped at the 2:00 mark and a message appeared in a red rectangle on the left, just above the Play arrow, that said: "Oh snap, there was a playback error! / Press play to try again." When I did so, the same thing happened again.

Kevin Hester

Another great interview with Guy who will be coming to NZ in November to tour with me speaking about runaway abrupt climate change.
I hope to have started booking venues nationwide in the next few months where Kiwis will have the opportunity to participate in Guys presentations and the follow up Q & A.
Stand by for upcoming Facebook event invitations from me and my team, if you want to be a part of that team contact me directly.
#ItsLaterThanYouThink
Here is the superb doco that Guy refers to on Global Dimming.
https://www.facebook.com/notes/kevin-hester/global-dimming-and-what-will-happen-when-the-imminent-collapse-takes-place/10204053467509671

Hollie Radloff

Is this the one you are referring to?

https://youtu.be/qMpZFRACq80

Doctress Neutopia

Good interview.

Bruce Engle

Love Guy...What is the music that is played during the cast

Scott White

'death is near' london jazz IV

Craig Jon
Craig Jon

As much as the denirs prattle on the facts stand. Thanks guy

rob007ert7

Thank you!

rob007ert7

I like the truths, in all categories. I feel we've been lied to about everything in the U.S. (where I've been raised and educated). I am not afraid of my own death, but feel the deepest sadness and depression for what man has contributed to this extinction before it's time. I am, also, afraid of "mad men" with guns and weapons of war, which we will see more of, as we witness losses of food, water, and land. How can we enjoy life's moments knowing the wicked truths--that's what I'm trying to do now; I hear birds singing outside--I think they are unaware they are losing habitat.