Daylight change crisis: an update

Richard Strimple
I have some frightening new information from my daylight change research. The data indicates drastic changes to the environment that have already started.

Many species of birds and millions of individual birds have left the northern hemisphere. The impact of the loss of these birds is unimaginable.

Insect life has been severely affected and most can no longer be observed.

Large mammals have been observed lying in a state of near death torpor in their dens.

Crop production has fallen to dangerously low levels. My models predict famine in the near future.

These and other effects of the loss of day light demand our immediate attention if we are to prevent a climate catastrophe.

Where is Al Gore when we need him?

See this update
I have some frightening new information from my daylight change research. The data indicates drastic changes to the environment that have already started.

Many species of birds and millions of individual birds have left the northern hemisphere. The impact of the loss of these birds is unimaginable.

Insect life has been severely affected and most can no longer be observed.

Large mammals have been observed lying in a state of near death torpor in their dens.

Crop production has fallen to dangerously low levels. My models predict famine in the near future.

These and other effects of the loss of day light demand our immediate attention if we are to prevent a climate catastrophe.

Where is Al Gore when we need him?

See this update