Month: February 2015

“Americans Fall into Two Basic Camps.” (about climate change, Part II)

(<< good one, eh?) A notorious, if not famous, climate-denier is the man who just took over again as Chairman of the Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee, Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.) Remember his 2012 book, The Greatest Hoax: How the Global Warming

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“Americans Fall into Two Basic Camps.” (about climate change, Part I)

On good days, I’m even a bit curious about “climate-deniers,” as they’re called in some corners. Self: How can they think that way? Kinda amazing. Other days I feel frustrated because from what I’ve learned thus far on the matter

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Large Glacier Calving Event. A Pacific Island Atoll and its “living laboratory.” In Sundry: Mental contrasting.

There are statistics about the polar ice caps melting and polar bears left on small bergs, isolated. This phenomenom appears to be accelerating as the oceans warm. The power of nature is shown in this 5 min. film. Turning to

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OA – Part II

(Part I of Ocean Acidification appeared on 1/7 on this blog.) Says author Elizabeth Kolbert: “The way corals change the world–with huge construction projects spanning multiple generations–might be likened to the way that humans do, with this crucial difference. Instead

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