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Sep 23, 2014 / 341 notes
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In the 1970’s two men were looking for bait near Delaware River. What they found instead was a bag containing the decomposing remains of a baby girl. The baby, only a few weeks old, was never identified and was buried in Oskaloosa’s Pleasant View Cemetery, where it has remained mostly forgotten and without a stone marker. It was found the baby was placed in the bag while still alive.
There isn’t much known about the infant or who did the crime. But at the very least a grave marker for the unidentified baby girl was donated by Hutton Monuments of Topeka in 2004.
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Sep 23, 2014 / 10,951 notes

sixpenceee:

In the 1970’s two men were looking for bait near Delaware River. What they found instead was a bag containing the decomposing remains of a baby girl. The baby, only a few weeks old, was never identified and was buried in Oskaloosa’s Pleasant View Cemetery, where it has remained mostly forgotten and without a stone marker. It was found the baby was placed in the bag while still alive.

There isn’t much known about the infant or who did the crime. But at the very least a grave marker for the unidentified baby girl was donated by Hutton Monuments of Topeka in 2004.

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Sep 23, 2014 / 2,947 notes
Keep your eyes wide open. Only a coward closes his eyes. Closing your eyes and plugging up your ears won’t make time stand still.
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Sep 23, 2014
Closing your eyes isn’t going to change anything. Nothing’s going to disappear just because you can’t see what’s going on.
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Sep 23, 2014
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sagansense:

The film “Last Hours” describes a science-based climate scenario where a tipping point to runaway climate change is triggered by massive releases of frozen methane. Methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, has already started to percolate into the open seas and atmosphere from methane hydrate deposits beneath melting arctic ice, from the warming northern-hemisphere tundra, and from worldwide continental-shelf undersea methane pools.

Burning fossil fuels release carbon that, principally through greenhouse effect, heat the atmosphere and the seas. This is happening most rapidly at the polar extremes, and this heating has already begun the process of releasing methane. If we do not begin to significantly curtail the use of carbon-based fossil fuels, this freed methane threatens to radically accelerate the speed of global warming, potentially producing a disaster beyond the ability of the human species to adapt.

With this film, we hope to awaken people to the fact that the earth has experienced five major extinctions in the deep geologic past – times when more than half of all life on earth vanished – and that we are now entering a sixth extinction. Industrial civilization with its production of greenhouse gases has the potential to trigger a mass extinction on the order of those seen in the deep geological past. In the extreme, it could threaten not just human civilization, but the very existence of human life on this planet.

An asset for the climate change movement, “Last Hours” will be disseminated globally to help inform society about the dangers associated with climate change and to encourage the world community to chart a path forward that greatly reduces green house gas emissions. We encourage you to explore this website and the highlighted actions you can take to address climate change. We look forward to bringing you additional films about the challenges we face and the solutions that exist over the next few years, in the lead up to COP21, the 2015 UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris.
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