Monthly Archives: February 2017

Mexico City Subsides Rapidly As It Runs Out of Water

25 Million People Face A General Water Shortage As Authorities Run Out of Options Mexico City, one of the world’s largest mega cities, is a poster child for what happens when global warming meets human overconfidence and incompetence. As the … Continue reading

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Ocean Oxygen Levels Falling As Waters Warm

NEW RESEARCH FROM GEOMAR HELMHOLTZ SHOWS 2% DROP IN O2 LEVELS IN 50 YEARS Corresponding 4X increase in Dead Zones. Although the planet has broken all time global temperature records for the past three years, the effects of abrupt climate … Continue reading

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As DAPL is Approved: Deadly Blast on Aging Pipeline Owned By Dakota Access Partners

February 15, 2017 Paradis, LA Natural Gas Pipeline Kills One Worker January 30, 2017: 600,000 gallons of oil spilled by Entbridge in Texas November 11, 2016: Helena, Alabama, Colonial Pipeline kills 1 September The 200 mile VP Pipeline/EP Pipeline is … Continue reading

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Flynn Lies Turn Out To Be Hillary’s Fault

The Tr*mp administration appears to be in crisis over contact by his campaign workers not to mention (suddenly former) National Security Advisor Michael Flynn with a hostile foreign government – and then lying about it – not to mention the … Continue reading

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Big Coal’s Big Lie Just Keeps on Spewing Pollution

While Tr*mp was entertaining us and distracting the media with his foolishness, the GOP got busy paying back the extraction industries (oil, gas and coal) who own them.* While Tr*mp was entertaining us and distracting the media with his foolishness, the … Continue reading

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Arctic temperatures remain historically high as sea ice extent falls to historic low

“After studying the Arctic and its climate for three and a half decades, I have concluded that what has happened over the last year goes beyond even the extreme.” – Mark Serreze, director of the National Snow and Ice Data … Continue reading

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