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The Keeling Curve is a graph of the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere based on continuous measurements taken at the Mauna Loa Observatory on the island of Hawaii from 1958 to the present day. The curve is named for the scientist Charles David Keeling, who started the monitoring program and superv
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From around 150,000 to 130,000 years ago, Europe experienced colder and more arid than present conditions. About 130,000 years ago, a warm and relatively moist phase began, and this lasted until about 115,000 years ago. Subsequent cooling and drying of the climate led to a cold, arid maximum about 70,000 years ago, fol
Fusion Energy; Too Important To Fail - Too Big To Hoard - The world will soon face an energy crisis of monumental proportions which many ignore. By 2050 we must significantly increase total energy production or face a need for worldwide redistribution of wealth and energy allocation coupled with population reduction.
Energy Tomorrow - All About Energy Today: 17.Jan.2020 About Us Our Staff Contact Us Energy Energy and Mankind Part 3 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 2 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 1 (Euan Mearns) UK Radiation Nuclear Medicine Youth People Geoffrey Rothwell (economist, bio) Franc...
Radioisotopes and Nuclear Medicine - All About Energy Today: 17.Jan.2020 About Us Our Staff Contact Us Energy Energy and Mankind Part 3 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 2 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 1 (Euan Mearns) UK Radiation Nuclear Medicine Youth People Geoffrey Rothwell (ec...
An errant environmental encyclical (Paul Driessen, CFACT) USofA - All About Energy Today: 17.Jan.2020 About Us Our Staff Contact Us Energy Energy and Mankind Part 3 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 2 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 1 (Euan Mearns) UK Radiation Nuclear Medicine Youth...
'GLOBAL WARMING': A LIE AIMED AT DESTROYING CIVILIZATION (ZBIGNIEW JAWOROWSKI) POLANDPublished in Man-Made Global Warming - Skeptical of serious anthropogenic global warming
Atmospheric CO2 in perspective (Ed Berry) USofA - All About Energy Today: 17.Jan.2020 About Us Our Staff Contact Us Energy Energy and Mankind Part 3 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 2 (Euan Mearns) UK Energy and Mankind Part 1 (Euan Mearns) UK Radiation Nuclear Medicine Youth People Geoffrey...
The Pliocene (5.4 - 2.4 million years ago) is the uppermost subdivision of the long Tertiary period which began 64 million years ago; it represents the final stages of a global cooling trend that led up to the Quaternary ice ages.Generally, the Pliocene world was rather warmer than at present. The ancient distribution
The Quaternary history of South America is generally quite poorly known, although the record is improving rapidly. In general, it would seem that 150-130,000 y.a. the continent showed the general glacial-age pattern of colder and more arid conditions. After about 130,000 y.a., climate warmed and moistened and the fores
From around 150,000 to 130,000 years ago, North America experienced colder and generally more arid than present conditions. About 130,000 years ago, a warm phase slightly moister than the present began, and conditions at least as warm as the present lasted until about 115,000 years ago. Subsequent cooling and drying of
From around 150,000 to 130,000 years ago, Australasia experienced colder and more arid than present conditions. About 130,000 years ago, a warm phase began, and this lasted until about 115,000 years ago, with climates fairly similar to the present, or possibly somewhat moister. Subsequent cooling and drying of the clim
From around 150,000 to 130,000 years ago, Africa experienced colder and more arid than present conditions. About 130,000 years ago, a warm phase moister than the present began, and this lasted until about 115,000 years ago, with greater rainforest extent and the deserts almost completely covered with vegetation. Subseq
This map represents the likely potential distribution of ecosystem types across Eurasia if they had not been fragmented by agriculture; it is the general consensus picture reconstructed from surviving areas of the vegetation. A very similar distribution to this actually existed around 4,000-3,000 years ago before agric
From around 150,000 to 130,000 years ago, Europe experienced colder and arid than present conditions. About 130,000 years ago, a warm and relatively moist phase began, and this lasted until about 115,000 years ago. Subsequent cooling and drying of the climate led to a cold, arid maximum about 70,000 years ago, followed
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A world-wide, market-driven transition to alternate sources of energy generation will be completed by 2150, leaving less than 600 ppm of CO2 in the atmosphere, 50 percent more than current levels. Highest levels of CO2 in our atmosphere have exceeded 7000 ppm from greater volcanic activity more than 400 million years
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Our Planet A Netflix original documentary series Our Planet showcases the world's natural wonders, iconic species and wildlife spectacles that still remain. We're all a part of this amazing planet, but ...
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New offshore wind turbines in Germany could "lead to the extinction of individual species including the rare, intelligent, and highly-threatened harbor porpoise, according to Friends of the Earth-Germany (BUND).Migratory bat populations, including the hoary bat, could could go extinct, say scientists, if the expansion
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Energy, Radiation, Medicine - Environmentalists For Nuclear USA Today: 18.Feb.2019 About Us Board of Directors Our Staff Contact Us Energy, Radiation, Medicine (862) Solar panels pollute a lot more than nuclear (Andrew Follett) USofA If Renewables are so great (Michael Shellenberger) USofA 2.5 trill...
Environment - Environmentalists For Nuclear USA Today: 18.Feb.2019 About Us Board of Directors Our Staff Contact Us Energy, Radiation, Medicine (862) Solar panels pollute a lot more than nuclear (Andrew Follett) USofA If Renewables are so great (Michael Shellenberger) USofA 2.5 trillion dollar reaso...
Man-Made Global Warming and other environmental topics - Organizations discussing all positions - Environmentalists For Nuclear USA Today: 25.Oct.2017 About Us Board of Directors Board of Advisors Our Staff Contact Us Energy & By-Products Beyond the Nobel Prize: The rise of nuclear powered India (Vi...
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A stunning new NASA time-lapse video crams 20 years of Earth into just a few minutes. It is helping scientists learn a lot more about global warming and how the earth's climate is changing.
THIS YEAR, GOVERNMENT scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are placing their bets on a warmer-than-average winter. In the East and southern two-thirds of the country, temperatures will be higher than normal, while Southern California, Texas, and Florida will be drier than usual.
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man-made global warming, climate change, climate disruption, ocean level rise, etc. that some scientists (some estimate 97% consensus) claim is the world's top environmental and energy problem. This short article presents 15 pages of simple text and 15 pages of photos that explains where we think the world is on this t
Itas Not Your Imagination. Summers Are Getting Hotter. - The New York Times NYTimes.com no longer supports Internet Explorer 9 or earlier. Please upgrade your browser. LEARN MORE Sections Home Search Skip to content The New York Times Climate|Itas Not Your Imagination. Summers Are Getting Hotter. Se...
Syria or , or officially the Syrian Arab Republic, is a country in Western Asia . De jure Syrian territory borders Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Turkey to the north, Iraq to the east, Jordan to the south, and Israel to the southwest, but the governments control now extends to approx...
During his first two months in office, President Donald J. Trump has rolled back key Obama-era greenhouse gas regulations. Without these rules in place, the United States is set to fall far short of its 2015 Paris Agreement pledge: to lower emissions by at least 26 percent below 2005 levels by 2025.
Copperbelt Province in Zambia covers the mineral-rich Copperbelt , and farming and bush areas to the south. It was the backbone of the Northern Rhodesia n economy during British colonial rule and fuelled the hopes of the immediate post-independence period, but its economic importance was severely damaged by a crash in
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Ozone (systematically named -trioxidane and catena-trioxygen), or trioxygen, is an inorganic molecule with the chemical formula . It is a pale blue gas with a distinctively pungent smell. It is an allotrope of oxygen that is much less stable than the diatomic allotrope , breaking down in the lower atmosphere to normal
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The Belgian Congo (, ) was a Belgian colony in Central Africa between and in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Colonial rule in the Congo began in the late century. King Leopold II of the Belgians persuaded the government to support colonial expansion around the then-largely unexplored Congo Basin
Economic antisemitism comprises stereotypes and canard s based on the economic status, occupation or economic behavior of Jews. It also includes economic behavior, laws and governmental policies targeting the economic status, occupation or economic behavior of Jews. In some cases, the stereotypes and canards have motiv
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