If you are in denial of your relative dying it likely will cause them to die sooner. This is the reality of the situation. Because if you are in denial of something happening you just hasten the demise of whatever you are in denial of.
So, it looks just like this. You cannot accept your relative is dying (mother earth and it's weather) so you don't get a doctor for your dying relative. You don't send them to the hospital and soon they are dead because you are in denial of them dying.
However, if you accept the illness as a real thing. You go to the doctor and often your relative might live another 10 or 20 years.
However, if you stay in denial often your relative just dies one day while you are at work and that's it.
The same is true of the whole world and Climate changes.
If you deny it's happening you just hasten not only the world's demise but also all of us. The rich might live a little longer but even they are going to die from Global Climate changes too eventually.
So, what I'm seeing now is that the Rich (who want to make money by destroying the environment) are in denial of Global Warming and global Climate change because they want to be rich.
But, this just hastens the deaths of us all from storms growing fiercer every year.
It's now at the point where living almost anywhere from the Texas Coast to Florida and the Caribbean is a more iffy proposition now every year and likely will just get worse every year.
People talk about not wanting to live in California because of the earthquakes but if you study this carefully only about 3 or 4 people have actually died from an earthquake in California ever since the Northridge quake I believe in 1994. So, that would be over 20 years in 2014.
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