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Climate's Effect on Future World Powers & Melanin!


Global warming can have significant impacts on albino and other albino-like species (those with reduced pigmentation). Here are a few potential effects:


Temperature Sensitivity: Albino animals may be more sensitive to temperature changes because they often lack the protective pigmentation that helps regulate body temperature or protect against harmful UV radiation.


Increased UV Exposure: Albino animals typically have less melanin, which means they may be more susceptible to damage from UV radiation. With global warming potentially leading to thinner ozone layers or increased UV radiation reaching the Earth's surface, albino animals could face greater risks of skin damage, including sunburns and increased rates of skin cancer.


Habitat Changes: Global warming can alter ecosystems and habitats, affecting food availability, migration patterns, and reproduction cycles of albino species. Since albino animals might already have reduced fitness due to their genetic condition, any additional stress from habitat changes could further endanger their populations.


Predation and Camouflage: Albino animals often lack effective camouflage, making them more vulnerable to predators. As habitats change due to global warming, predation pressures might increase if albino individuals stand out more against their surroundings.


Population Dynamics: Albino individuals are often rare within their species due to genetic factors. Global warming could potentially exacerbate this rarity if it leads to reduced reproductive success or increased mortality rates among albino animals. Thus, global lowering of fertility in species without the protection of melanin.


In summary, while specific studies on albino animals in the context of global warming may be limited, their unique physiological characteristics make them potentially more vulnerable to the environmental changes associated with climate change. This vulnerability underscores the broader impact of global warming on biodiversity and the need for conservation efforts to protect all species, including those with genetic anomalies like albinism. There is no difference, genetically or phenotypically speaking, between the white skin of a caucasoid person and the skin of a person designated as an albino in Africa.


Meanwhile... Melanin has doubled in Price again to $750 a gram! Europe was inhabited by the Moors at one time for about 650 years. ago, and was named Europe after Princess Europa, a. Moorish Sister(Black Phoenician Goddess)


In the 19th century Europeans wanted African land so much that they were willing to do anything to get the natural resources that Africa held. The Europeans went out of their way to get these resources. Africa was rich and the most needed resources at this time to update and advance new Technology and for economic purposes. The first Europeans to enter Southern Africa were the Portuguese, who from the 15th century edged their way around the African coast in the hope of outflanking Islam, finding a sea route to the riches of India, and discovering additional sources of food. The European countries were able to colonize African countries rapidly because there were rivalries between African leaders. These kings and chiefs were competing with each other to be the richest and most powerful within their tribes.


Europeans would create situations to promote tribal wars and they still try to do this by propaganda that vilifies people by religion, language, and tribal affiliations. Recent studies project that climate change will cause heatwaves in North Africa to occur for 120 days of the year by 2050 and 200 days of the year by 2100. Considering also extreme weather events like increased sandstorms associated with longer drought periods, climatologists expect a 2 degree temperature rise by 2060 because nothing is actually being done to curtail the effects of oil and gas and the increase in methane from the melting icecaps. Thus we can easily foresee a 3 degree Celsius rise by 2100 which will make large parts of the region uninhabitable especially for fair skinned Europeans and force some populations to migrate.


Water - or rather the lack of it - has driven several geopolitical crises, diverting resources from one country to another and destabilizing agrarian communities, including in Egypt, Iraq and Jordan. For Emmanuel Macron in Europe, more babies are vital to maintain France's national vigor. Italy's Georgia Meloni has made encouraging more Italian women to give birth a top priority. But, demographers and economists say, Europe's attempts to boost its flagging birth rate are missing the mark. They urge a rethink - including a change of tack to accept and embrace the economic realities of an ageing population. Europe's fertility rate has been stuck around 1.5 births per woman for the past decade. That is above the lows seen in East Asia but only because Europe counts immigrant births and Asia does not, but still the number is far short of the 2.1 needed to maintain population levels - a rate experts interviewed by Reuters see as highly unlikely to be attained in the foreseeable future.


The increased heat in these areas exacerbates political turmoil as well. Drones have rapidly evolved from playing a supporting role in military operations to becoming a primary component of modern warfare — and they are in high demand across the globe especially in Europe and Asian nations. Thus, to ensure their own security, European governments have started paying attention and learning from the use of drones in the Ukraine war and other recent conflicts, including Gaza.

Its all about survival.





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