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I want to help people who are courageous enough to face the collapse of the biosphere, to be aware of how precious life is and not to be alone with it. Abrupt Climate Change and the consequences for us and other living beings are severe. So Wolfgang began in March 2016 to publish a podcast series. Many people hardly find an open ear in their environment to talk about their emotional response to such an ecological disaster. This podcast may help a little, not to feel alone. Veränderungen auf ...
 
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Imagine you only have one year to live. What are the most important things you want to do? That's the question I have asked six wonderful interview partners. Let them inspire you to look death in the face more calmly and to accept that we are all going to die once anyway. Here I have selected a few highlights. The Episodes Barbara H. and Kevin Hest…
 
Die Wichtigste Botschaft aller Zeiten Sam Carana gibt, nüchtern und wissenschaftlich fundiert, düstere Prognosen ab: 3 Grad - Aussterben des Menschen, 4 Grad - Moist Greenhouse Szenario, 5 Grad - Co-Extinction - Aussterben der meisten Spezies. Diese Podcastepisode bezieht sich auf die Übersetzung eines Artikels von Sam Carana:Sam Carana warnt vor M…
 
Have a nice summer and stay save Have a nice summer and stay save.Or have a nice winter in the southern hemisphere. Heat waves and deluges increase. We had the hottest June on earth. Bad news don't stop. I really need a pause for some weeks. I try to enjoy the summer. Grief runs parralel anyway. I pause with podcast, blog, facebook etc. Let's meet …
 
Jan Wyllie about mindbreaking influences on our brain Jan Wyllie, Jennifer Hynes and Simon Eaton have done a masterpiece. They have turned a database search into a drama. In this episode I am talking with Jan about the background of this work. Here we come to a limit of an audio podcast, while we are talking about an online database tool and a vide…
 
Life is too short for later This is where I'd like to die … and it's partly the place, right, I am surrounded by nature. - Catherine Thompson Catherine Thompson was born in Canada and now lives in Thailand. She is living anyway, as if it were her last year. We are talking about living in the woods, building instruments, music, and a little bit abou…
 
Life is too short for later Remember you come here having already understood the necessity of struggling with yourself — only with yourself. Therefore thank everyone who gives you the opportunity. - George I. Gurdjieff Gurdjieff and my interview partner David Korn are both seekers of truth. With his radical honesty David gives us back the question …
 
Life is too short for later Although, if it's just one year, I am considering filling an old chest freezer with one year supply of ice cream, for my 93 old landlady Patricia, who I have the great good fortune to look after. And I must say she thinks it's a great idea. - Jan Wyllie I am talking with journalist Jan Wyllie what's most important for hi…
 
Life is too short for later I want to be as close to my kids as possible. - Pauline Facing a collapse of the biosphere, extinction and dying I talk with Pauline Panagiotou Schneider about what's important in her life. We had a relaxed conversation about such a serious topic. Pauline is a filmmaker, now a publisher and has many other creative gifts.…
 
Life is too short for later I very much look forward to hearing the other people's perspective. It's a difficult question and you have asked it. And I think we all need to step up. It's the time for elders now to tell the truth. - Kevin Hester I have asked: Imagine you know your death date about one year in the future. What is most important in you…
 
Life is too short for later If you try to accept that even the human species will go extinct in a short period of time, you may be confronted with uncertainty. How will extinction happen? Nobody of us has any experience with that. Uncertainty is hard to endure. Do a thought experiment with me and find out what death - knocking on the door - wants t…
 
About deep work, a new host and subscribe to the podcast I apologize, I am not able to publish podcast episodes on a regular basis. But I promise I will continue until the Internet is switched off or the sky falls on our heads. During a social media break I have deepened my work. It is not so important how often I publish something. The main thing …
 
„Death is quite harmless“„Der Tod ist ganz ungefährlich“Book title by Wilfried ReuterAmong other things, I'm talking about vision boards. Dr. Karen Wyatt presents this great tool in her End of Life University podcast. A vision board may help to have a positive vivid and clear vision of your own death.For us, who are involved in thinking about extin…
 
Hot! Hotter! Abrupt Climate Change!While I am recording this episode in July 2018 everywhere on the globe we are witnessing extreme weather events. For months it is really hot and dry in Germany. On this walk I am talking about these climate situations. Since 1750 we have a global temperature increase of 1.75° Celsius. With a ice-free Arctic we cou…
 
I am walking and talking about the schizophrenic summer.On a dog walk again. Akela has a injured paw. I am walking and talking about the schizophrenic summer 2018 in Germany. It seems that everybody likes it to go out sit and drink a coffee or eat an ice cream. Only the farmers begin to talk about an emergency situation.…
 
How do you like my new podcast format?Just walking and talking.Still my purpose is this:I want to support people, who are brave to face the collapse of our biosphere, to be aware how precious life is and not to be alone.So I have accepted the challenge to talk English in a free and I hope more fluent way. And I didn’t edit the recording. So you’ll …
 
A fountain of knowledgeSome people drink from the fountain of knowledge, others just gargle. ~ Robert AnthonyLet‘s take a swig with Jan Wyllie. Together with Simon Eaton he has founded The Database of Environmental Change. It‘s a collection of more than 40,000 articles and their headlines about environmental issues. And it‘s growing fast. This is r…
 
Here comes an exclusive interview with Sam Carana.In my view he is one of the leading scientists, who is engaged in the topic of abrupt climate change. But nobody knows who is behind this name, he prefers to remain anonymous.In this episode of the FasterThanExpected podcast we focus on the question:How is ice melting in the Arctic and methane influ…
 
Exponential methane release in the ArcticIn this second part of the series about the Arctic I am talking with Jennifer Hynes about methane release in the Arctic and the exponential way it is accelerating. The last episode No. 21 in November 2017 has been about the melting Arctic Sea ice, especially the volume had a record low in 2017. The melting l…
 
Excerpts of the most played episodesDuring the last year 2017 I have published 12 episodes, including this one. Please listen to the excerpts of the episodes that have been played most. This is a review of the FasterThanExpected podcast in 2017.New LaunchI had a break in the first half of the year. I have not been satisfied with the attention my wo…
 
Torstein Viddal, living on Greenland, about Arctic Sea IceThe Arctic Sea Ice Volume is 2017 at it’s ever recorded low. Maybe this sounds somehow special, but what‘s going on in the Arctic now has huge consequences for the climate of the planet. Finland‘s President Niinistö said in North Russia: ‘If We Lose the Arctic, We Lose the World’ (https://fi…
 
Jürgen from India about living with animalsThis interview with Jürgen Hornschuh about living with animals should have been part of the 19th episode “worldwide connected - Burden on other Species”, but we haven’t been able to connect technically. So we recorded it afterwards. I am sure it is worth an extra episode.Jürgen is born in Germany and livin…
 
co-hosted episode with Kevin and WolfgangThis episode we want to dedicate to the animals and the burden inflicted on the other species by us, Homo sapiens. In times of abrupt climate change or ongoing anthropogenic climate disruption, there is no doubt, we are in the sixth mass extinction event. Billions of animals are dying and suffering. And 200 …
 
I am talking with disaster manager NickThese days climate disruption leads to an exponential occurrence of disasters. Hence, I am talking with the American disaster manager Nick from ReliefAnalysis. I talk with him about different phases of disaster management, about exponential extreme weather events and about a hospice situation.Nick has Turkish …
 
find an inner room of silence and peaceIn this seventeenth episode of Faster Than Expected I ask myself the question, if there can be holidays of doom, of climate disruption and the dire consequences. At the end I will guide a short meditation to find an inner room of silence and peace.I have pushed along writing and recording of this episode since…
 
My guest in this 16th episode is Jürgen HornschuhWe are talking about living and dying in times of abrupt climate change from the perspective of India. Since some years Jürgen is living in India in the small town Auroville. There he is working as a farmer and librarian. He loves books and so he had voluntarily translated some books into German duri…
 
the role of water in abrupt climate changeThis is the first worldwide podcast episode, co-hosted by Kevin Hester, New Zealand, and Wolfgang Werminghausen, Germany. We are talking about the role of water in abrupt climate change, the lack of water, floods, risk for nuclear power plants and the inner connection with the whole nature, that can be expe…
 
Azul-Valerie Thome dedicates herself to offer grief ritualsEverybody who is dealing with abrupt climate change leading to a climate catastrophe will stumble upon different emotions, that may be summarized as grief. In this 14th episode I am honored to introduce a wonderful woman to you, who dedicates herself to offer grief rituals: Azul-Valerie Tho…
 
Guy McPherson: Habitat, habitat, habitat!What makes a biologist like Guy McPherson suppose, that the climate change leads to the demise of the human species? One of the answers we will hear in this episode is: Habitat, habitat, habitat!Guy McPherson is Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona. He taught and conducted research for 20 award-wi…
 
Listen to Catherine Thompson from ThailandMy guest, Catherine Thompson is leading an extraordinary life. Born in Canada, she is living a somewhat nomadic existence mostly in the west of Canada. In the years of 2011-13 she traveled, on horseback, more than 2500 km through the southern plains of Saskatchewan and Alberta. She is presently based in a s…
 
"There is a deep longing to connect with something bigger."Back again! In mid-November 2016 I have been in an African village to participate in a ritual for grief and life energy with Sobonfu Somé. Now you can listen to the English version.Sobonfu: “There is a deep longing among people in the West to connect with something bigger — with community a…
 
Über ein Ritual für Trauer und Lebensenergie mit Sobonfu SoméThis time, my podcast comes without an interview, but I describe my experiences: In mid-November I have been in an African village with my daughter to participate in a ritual for grief and life energy with Sobonfu Somé. OK. I have never been to Africa, have never gone beyond Europe's bord…
 
Interview with Kevin Hester, who is organizing this tourEpisode 9 promotes "Guy McPherson's New Zealand Tour 2016" from November, the 24th to December, the 7th. I hold an interview with Kevin Hester, who is organizing this tour. You may wonder that I am talking about these events on the other side of the globe, but it's clear that we are facing a g…
 
Sam Carana, Guy McPherson, Jennifer Hynes, Peter Wadhams and Kevin HesterI am honored to have the opportunity to present five great personalities, who share their knowledge about a burning issue, the melting of the Arctic sea ice and consequential a massive change of the global climate. We may listen to Sam Carana, Guy McPherson, Jennifer Hynes, Pe…
 
Paul Beckwith about weather extremes in, BIG numbers and global emergencyPaul Beckwith is one of the leading experts in abrupt climate change. In the first part of this interview we have been talking about the fast changes in the Arctic that lead to climate chaos and even to changes of ocean currents. Part 2 is about weather extremes in Western Eur…
 
Paul Beckwith about abrupt climate change and changes of the Gulf StreamPaul Beckwith is one of the leading experts in abrupt climate change. In my view he is a genius at explaining very complex issues in an understandable way. Very fast changes in the Arctic lead to climate chaos and even to changes of ocean currents. What are the consequences for…
 
Cording wird Zeuge und Chronist der katastrophalen Zerstörung der ÖkosystemeCording ist der Protagonist der Roman-Trilogie, "Das Tahiti-Projekt", "Maeva" und "Feuer am Fuss" von Dirk C. Fleck. Der Hamburger Journalist Cording wird dabei in den Jahren 2022 bis 2035 Zeuge und Chronist der immer rasanteren katastrophalen Zerstörung der Ökosysteme der …
 
an interview with Lisa WhiteIn times of climate chaos living with children is a challenge but also an enrichment and joy. Climate change is unfolding faster than thought and puts us in more and more difficult living conditions. In this episode I hold an interview with Lisa White.By Wolfgang Werminghausen
 
Edwin Moser,Zürich und David Krüger, Hamburg zu Guy McPhearsons Europa TourWelche Resonanz findet die Hiobsbotschaft vom schnellen Klimawandel und Aussterben der Menschheit in West-Europa?In dieser Episode habe ich das Glück mit zweien der Hauptorganisatoren von Guy McPhersons Europa Tour zu sprechen: mit Edwin Moseraus Zürich und David Krüger aus …
 
Ursachen für dieses Desaster aus Sicht der Zivilisations-GeschichteUnser schöner Planet in der Krise, Abschmelzen der Eisschilde, abrupter Klimawandel, Baldiges Aussterben der Menschheit, das Ende unserer Zivilisation. Da haben wir große Themen. Ich spreche mit David darüber, auf welchen Boden diese Themen bei uns persönlich gefallen sind. Wie habe…
 
Jennifer Hynes about such turning pointsJennifer Hynes’ series of videos are ‘the most comprehensive and comprehensible complete overview of abrupt climate change available’, says disaster specialist Nick Burk.In this episode I hold an interview with fabulous Jennifer Hynes.Everybody knows turning points in their personal life. Suddenly the knot is…
 
Professor Guy McPherson about near term human extinctionToday I am honored to present an interview with the world's leading voice of abrupt climate change, Professor Guy McPherson.Guy is a teacher with heart and soul, as well as a profound scientist. Only a very few scientists are able to connect the dots like him and come to similar results. There…
 
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