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In Palau you almost always have a view of the horizon. The clouds pass like an endless parade, dropping rain like confetti. All this makes one feel like you are truly living on the Earth, as opposed to in a country or a city. 376 more words

Climate Change


In April 2016, Jamaica was among 179 signatories to the Paris Agreement which essentially tackles the issue of Climate Change.

It is appalling then that the Government of Jamaica would even put thought into use of coal as a fuel for the proposed 1000MW plant to be built by the Chinese. 342 more words


Study: West Antarctic - Poster Child of Global Warming - is Getting Colder - Breitbart

by James Delingpole29 Jul 20162,041

The West Antarctic has become yet another victim of global cooling.

According to the latest study, in Nature, it has experienced…

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Global Warming

Two Topics: After the Democratic Convention; and Carbon Sequestration--July 30, 2016

Host:  Joe Gray

Guests:  Sammi Brown, Democratic Candidate for WV House of Delegates; Sudheer Shukla, Outreach Specialist for DC Chapter of Biodiversity for a Livable Climate; and Martha Holdridge, Retired Cattle Farmer, Practitioner of Management Intensive Grazing at West Wind Farm. 90 more words

Chris Hedges and Jill Stein: Clinton Will Only Fan the Flames of Right-Wing Extremism

Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Jul 30, 2016

Now that the two major political parties have officially selected their nominees for president, Chris Hedges sits down with Green Party candidate for president, Dr.

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Land Ocean 54 Year Cycle


Evaporation is the key to the land ocean cycle.  When solar radiation reaches the Earth’s surface it evaporates water.  Stephen Schneider wrote in one of his books that 85% of incident solar radiation evaporated water, 90% over ocean.  1,480 more words


Signs of Days to Come

Working in the garden today I found two burnished, red maple leaves lying on the green summer grass. I couldn’t believe my eyes at first. It’s still July, almost August. 409 more words