Tipping Points and Climate, Interview with Wolfgang Werminghausen


Wolfgang Werminghausen has followed Nick’s shining example, and not only further developed his own website, but went on to having additionally established a SoundCloud account [1].  It is my great honor to be his second guest in what promises to be an ongoing series and following as his second guest, no less than our esteemed Professor Dr. Guy McPherson for the start of the series, is my great honor.  Thank you Wolfgang.  As you know, he also did the arduous task of translating my second video into German, as shared here.

His post is shown here, as Tipping Points in Climate Change and Personal Life, and the podcast of course is here directly.  Podcast is 29:44 long:

In a very self effacing kind of a way, for such a giant brain and a very good heart, Wolfgang professes not to have great English, but I always understand him quite well, and he did a unbelievably great job with Guy, bringing in more truth telling, and using his patent ‘top down’ ‘whole systems’ thinking.  Several persons I know listened to it twice–that’s how rich it was–and his work fits my own view, that all systems interconnect, and we cannot just see society, or nature, or habitat, or spirit as separate parts, but all these things as part of a larger pattern.  As he has  this down in spades, it is my great honor for sure.

Lastly, he plans to alternate, and as he establishes traction here, in getting started, promises to do podcasts three and four in German, and weave back and forth.  This is great work by him, as he always does.
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[1schneller als gedacht, Faster Than Expected

About jenniferhynes99

As a highly trained engineer in technology with an emphasis on large data migration and a deep and abiding interested in spirituality [Buddhism], and having traveled the world, Jennifer brings her broad understanding to rapid climate change and sustainability and spirit. She is deeply concerned and cares deeply for our planet. While not a formally trained climatologist, her Arctic Methane Monster video went gone viral in the last year. As a senior person with plenty of responsibility at a Fortune 100 Corporation, she vowed not to seek to promote her video and yet surely it happened.
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