Sciencegate and the Oxygen Crisis
Santa Barbara News Press
Saturday, October 8, 1988
The Question: What issues would you ask the
presidential candidates to address?
World's 'oxygen crisis' is worst threat
Bush and Dukakis (and even Reagan) should most of all consider the
implications of "Sciencegate and the Oxygen Crisis." It is a 20-year
death threat to all life on Earth due to the massive consumption of
oxygen by fossil fuel combustion combined with reduction in oxygen
due to deforestation and pollution destruction of oceanic phytoplankton
(50 percent of Earth's oxygen source and the beginning of the oceanic
Another critical issue is how to correct the moral values of governments
by recognizing, as criminal, the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima
and Nagasaki combined with the continuous U.S. threat to use nuclear
weapons. We demand nuclear disarmament and deactivation of nuclear
To correct America's moral values is also to correct U.S. treatment
of the Native American nations, and to recognize their spiritual teachings
regarding the preservation of life on Earth and the balance of nature.
I think each candidate should address the homeless situation both
as to causes and cures. Also, what concrete steps should be taken
to solve the drug problems in our society? How might this relate
to the Contragate CIA "drugs for arms" policies?
When will we see the folly of the notion that world peace, or true
personal or national security, can be enforced by violence and
the threat of violence? How can we secure the release of the
hostages from the Islamic extremists, and of the American MIAs
and POWs from Southeast Asia? How can we change the
American economy from a death-based, military, fossil-fuel economy
to a life-based, world peace and prosperity, free-energy economy?
David Crockett Williams