Doubling times of 10, 20 or 40 years yield sea level rise of several meters

According to a new study, sea level rise of several meters might happen faster then previously thought. Based on data from past climate changes, when sea level rose to +5–9 m, including the occurrence of extreme storms – during a time when temperatures were less than 1 ◦C warmer than today, experts warn of similar…

New Innovations in Energy Development

Although numerous states, and even the federal government, have offered initiatives to provide grants or tax breaks to those installing renewable energy sources in their homes, most find the products available cumbersome or simply too expensive. To fulfill this desire for beautiful, yet effective, renewable energy creators and harvesters, many companies have begun to develop…

Difficulties and Rewards of Science

Difficulties and Rewards of Science In our modern society, scientific research and other processes are chiefly important to many aspects of our lives. Advances in medicine, food and nutrition, and many other areas depend on the research of scientists, doctors, and other trained individuals who study our lives at the most elementary levels. Nothing may be…

“What the Frack” music video by the Earth Guardians


Check it Out! Newly released ~ “WHAT THE FRACK” music video! A huge thank you to Musa at Black Sun Cinema for this artistic creation with these young leaders, educating the world through music about the dangers of Fracking!

 

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The dangerous silence on climate change and extreme weather

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Eric Rignot: Observations suggest that ice sheets and glaciers can change faster, sooner and in a stronger way than anticipated

Eric Rignot Professor of Earth system science at the University of California, Irvine, and scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory was interviewed on sea level rise and projections. Ice sheets and glaciers can change faster, sooner and in a stronger way than anticipated Machens: As an ice sheet expert, how do you see the sea-level projections…

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Climate scientist Piers Sellers on NASA’s satellite observations

The view of Earth from orbit was the focus of this What’s New in Aerospace? presentation televised on NASA Television from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington. The program featured Piers Sellers, a climate scientist and former NASA astronaut, taking viewers on a tour of our home planet as never seen before.…

Epic flooding in Texas, during El Nino year and locked Jet Stream configuration

Tornadoes, flooding, and stormy weather currently affects large parts of central Texas. There is also live coverage, for example IBT, The WeatherChannel, or AccuWeather. The situation is still developing, because of possible dam breaches, downed power lines and trees, and black outs. Further precipitation is likely at the end of the week. Governor Greg Abbott called the deadly flooding…