Tag Archives: Political Opinion

State of the Climate – AMS Update 2013

How many times can our Annual Climate report be the 6th warmest on record? I guess every time one record is surpassed it gives rise to the ability of another record to be broken as well.  I know it’s obtuse, … Continue reading

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Adaptation Volume 2 – Floating Houses

A Floating House to rise with the Rising Seas? Seems Like a Simple idea! In the South Pacific and Malaysia areas many of the tribal people have learned that the ocean does impact their lives whenever a storm hits!  They … Continue reading

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Adaptation – Volume 1

Adaptation – What are we going to do when the climate changes? Climate Change is pretty much an accepted fact in the world of science and politics.  The worlds climate zones will undoubtedly change over time no matter what actions … Continue reading

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What is the significance of Typhoon Haiyan?

It was only last week when Typhoon Haiyan (Locally called Yolanda) made landfall in the Philippines. http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/08/world/asia/philippines-typhoon-haiyan/?hpt=hp_t1 This typhoon was bringing with it sustained winds of 195 mph with gusts to 235 mph.  Weather researchers and meteorologists around the world … Continue reading

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Does 95% Certain – Mean Climate Change is Caused by Man?

The Latest IPCC Climate Change Report is out! In late September, Climate Scientists came out with a report stating that they were 95% CERTAIN that Climate Change was occurring and mostly caused by man.  It doesn’t get much surer than … Continue reading

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Australia Contemplates Removing Their Carbon Tax!

 A STEP BACKWARDS? OR POLITICAL NECESSITY! The Australian government under new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (He’s back for a second run!) has proposed removing carbon taxes from businesses in their country.  Plagued by rising power costs, the Australian public is … Continue reading

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Urban Sprawl, a Vision From Space!

Urban Sprawl has a major impact on all our Resources! In the Sun Belt Areas of our country, phenomenal growth has occurred over the past 30 years.  Satellite images from 1984 through 2012 show the impacts on the Landscape in … Continue reading

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The Doomsday Clock and Climate Change!

The Doomsday clock has been being set since 1947 Many Young People today have never heard of the Doomsday Clock.  Well maybe they have because Smashing Pumpkins wrote and performed a song by that name!  But maybe they don’t know … Continue reading

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Earth Day Again – April 22nd – Has Anything Changed?

Where were you on the first Earth Day – April 22nd, 1970? Ok, maybe you were just a child, maybe you weren’t even born yet.  Maybe you are a baby boomer and kinda remember it!  There was a time when … Continue reading

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Do our eating and drinking habits affect our Health?

Duh?…Of course they do! One of the most publicized political events concerning health and food is being played out in New York City. New York City Mayor Bloomberg recently spearheaded an effort to ban large soft drinks over 16 ounces … Continue reading

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