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January 03, 2015

Many brilliant minds have discussed this before, but few have come to such a definitive course of action as the one I propose. In order to once and all make the threat of global warming one of the past please share this with your friends, family, and anyone that cares about this giant blue marble we all share.

A REAL Solution to Global Warming

I think we have finally reached a point where no one can seriously deny climate change any longer. It’s here, it’s man-made and there are going to be some serious consequences unless we do something about it now. There are of course skeptics who would like to continue on ignoring the signs. Some are corrupted by pure greed. Others are genuinely ignorant of the facts. To the ladder group I feel sorry. However, we can no longer tiptoe around the niche in order to avoid offending anyone. It’s time we came up with a practical solution once and for all.

In thinking about this problem I tried to look at the most pressing matter. There is one issue still being largely ignored. The shrinking ice caps in the North have threatened one of the most beautiful and important creatures in the animal kingdom. Ursus maritimus, commonly known as the Polar Bear, is currently listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List. Which is only four spots away from extinction. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to most of you. Photographs of polar bears stranded on single blocks of ice have become incredibly popular throughout the internet.

What’s so troubling about the plight of the polar bear is how obvious the solution is. It won’t necessarily be easy,but it is absolutely attainable. All it would take is a concerted effort from the government and private citizens alike to relocate the bears to a more suitable habitat. I propose the launching of Operation Move the Polar Bears to Antartica. OMTPBTA has a simple goal. To safely move the world’s polar bear population from the North pole to Antarctica. I even propose Coca-Cola finance it in order to finally reunite polar bears with their natural allies the penguin.