The Pale Blue Dot

Upworthy: It Might Be The Most Mind-Boggling Photograph Humanity Has Ever Taken The Sagan Series is an educational project working in the hopes of promoting scientific literacy in the general population. Created by @ReidGower http://twitter.com/reidgower Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/thesaganseries Twitter – http://twitter.com/reidgower G+ – http://bit.ly/VpHzQh Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance…

Climate, Ice Bucket Challenge!

Andy Lee Robinson (https://twitter.com/ahaveland) recently challenged Jason Box (https://twitter.com/climate_ice) to a sea ice bucket challenge, offering to support the Dark Snow Project (http://darksnow.org).

How could Jason say no? Watch Jason’s response

Jason passed the challenge onto climate communicators: Peter Sinclair (http://climatecrocks.com); Dana Nuccitelli (https://twitter.com/dana1981); and John Cook of http://www.skepticalscience.com

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Disruption – Full Movie (2014)

Watch here https://www.bitchute.com/video/wBpLch48aSo/ Premiered on September 7 at http://watchdisruption.com Run Time: 52 Minutes Release Date: September 7, 2014 A Film by Kelly Nyks & Jared P. Scott IMDB http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3398380/ Download Disruption Follow https://www.facebook.com/350.org for the latest in climate action Take part, https://www.facebook.com/peoplesclimatemarch Related Climate Change Film ‘Disruption’ Aims To Inspire Global Movement Hillary Clinton: Global…

Stefan Rahmstorf: The critical threshold, the “tipping point” in West Antarctica has now passed

Recently the ClimateState staff, interviewed Stefan Rahmstorf, Head of Earth System Analysis, at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). Robert Bristow: To get CO2 emissions under control – do you think some form of geoengineering (i.e CO2 scrubbing) will be desirable? Stefan Rahmstorf: The term geoengineering or climate engineering, encompasses a wide range…

Experts: Arctic craters could be ‘Visible Effect’ of Global Warming

The preliminary results from scientists studying the mysterious holes (craters), that began emerging in recent times in Siberia, indicate that climate change may be a cause. The Russian crater research team led by Alexei Plekhanov of the Scientific Centre of Arctic Studies, explained a possible mechanism, in a Nature interview. The past two summers were…

Cyanobacteria blooms (harmful algae blooms) and climate change

A  contamination with the hepatotoxic microcystin, of the water supply in Toledo, Ohio, resulted in warnings for approx. 500,000 residents not to drink or use tap water. NBC: Sewage from treatment plants and fertilizer from farms streamed into the lake, triggering an algae bloom near an intake valve that sends water to Toledo and more than a dozen surrounding communities. The…

Sen. Whitehouse: Climate Change is Real and Noncontroversial

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Greenland ice sheet collapse, triggered ancient sea level rise 400,000 years ago

New evidence suggest that the longest interglacial (the time in between ice ages) – a warming period, called Marine Isotope Stage 11, more than 400,000 years ago, created nearly complete deglaciation of southern Greenland, thus contributed 4-6 meters to global sea level rise at that period. Overall se alevel rose about 6-13 meters above present…

Permafrost and the mysterious Crater/Sinkhole (Jamal, Siberia)

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NOAA, State of the Climate 2013 report: Climate Scientists See ‘Very Rapid Declines’

Access the report State of the Climate in 2013 (PDF) NBC: Leading climate scientists on Thursday issued their annual physical of Earth, comparing the planet in 2013 to a patient that’s only getting worse and highlighting problems with key vital signs: from record warmth in Australia and China to sea levels that continue to rise…