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Our future depends on how well we humans will do science, evidence-based arguments, and making informed decisions.

Environmental science and other life and death related science, with proof when we will die, show us we always need to know the real truth, really. It is an example in all science, and shows why all science must have real true outcomes.

Imaginary is not proof to live, yet.

“Imaginary is not proof to live, yet. We need to get from the thesis to the hypothesis. Dreaming is important, wondering is important, having thoughts are important, but we need to learn what they really mean. All parts important, the truth deciding truth. “- Jiska Hachmer

Your best output will be someone’s best input.

“Someone's best output will be your best input. Your best output will be someone’s best input. Together we create the best. “- Jiska Hachmer

Our future depends on understanding evidence-based arguments.

“. Large fraction of our environmental future depends on our ability to understand and evaluate evidence-based arguments about the environmental consequences of human actions and technologies, and to make informed decisions based on those arguments.” (Doršner, 2020, p.5)

All subjects and fields need to realize we actually search truth when it is life or death.

“I think this is true in any science, and any subject, in life and dead subjects you only realize this better. Lots of people try to work with nothing to earn and make it sound it was a lot of work, but they do not have the real proof of your death. Only your soul or mind is dead, your body seems alive, still, it is the same dead, caused by people knowing nothing. “ — Jiska Hachmer

If we study little, we know little.

“If we study a little on something and work with that little we know, we still know little, all subjects and fields should talk about this. Environmental studies talk about it because in that study we realize life and death, you 'll be dead when we know little. “ — Jiska Hachmer

Humans have a developing mind.

“Humans have a developing mind, knowing more over time. Even empathy grows in animals, also in the humankind. So, all we come up with now can be the nonsense of the future. “- Jiska Hachmer


Nuckols, J., Ward, M., and Jarup, L. (2004) Using Geographic Information Systems for Exposure Assessment in Environmental Epidemiology Studies NCBI. Retrieved from

UoPeople (2020) ENVS 1301 Introduction to Environmental Sciences. Retrieved from

Doršner, K. (2020). Essentials of environmental science (2nd edition). Download the pdf. Available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. (CC BY-NC 3.0).




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