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Posts from the ‘Earth’ category

  • Climate Change: from War to Brain Damage

    As climate change accelerates, our warming planet is driving crises that range from war on one side of the globe to brain-damaged babies on the other. A few reports from recent…

  • Climate News to Make Your Blood Boil

    What a week for climate change. A blizzard of new studies and reports. Let’s start in the Middle East – you know, that place where we dig up more oil than anywhere else in…

  • Ocean Circulation May Be Shutting Down

    Remember the 2004 movie The Day After Tomorrow, where fresh water from melting polar ice pours into the North Atlantic, pushing down the warm salt water and causing ocean currents…

  • Almost Toast

    You might reasonably assume that the red line in this diagram illustrates what happens if humankind takes no action at all on climate change. But no, what the red line actually…

  • What Really Sparked the War in Syria

    Satellite image showing Syria at focal point of Middle East drought. It’s horrific, intractable, seemingly endless … and quite possibly the shape of other wars to come.…

    Top Scientist Predicts RAPID Ocean Rise

    World-renowned climate scientist Dr. James Hansen is predicting a rapid ocean rise of 20 to 30 feet – enough to submerge every coastal city on Earth – along with catastrophic shutting down of ocean circulation, leading to massive storms and other climate upheavals. And the key word is RAPID.

    The Zuckerberg Syndrome

    Mark Zuckerberg plans to donate most of his wealth (currently valued at about $45 billion) to the cause of “personalized learning, curing disease, connecting people and…

    Flash Flood!

    It’s an El Niño year, and so despite the fact that we’re in a long term drought here in the Southwest, it’s been a rainy summer.…

    Almost Toast

    You might reasonably assume that the red line in this diagram illustrates what happens if humankind takes no action at all on climate change. But no,…