Monthly Archives: June 2017

Another Fake Clean Coal Plant Bites the Dust

Southern Company’s Kemper Coal Gasification Plant is the Latest Clean Coal Project That Didn’t Make The Long Haul Or, the way MIT Technology Review reported it:  ”Clean Coal’s Flagship Project Has Failed” Southern Company has shut down its Kemper County … Continue reading

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Dead Right Whales

The critically endangered species is now under 500 globally as six more whales die suddenly off New Brunswick National Geographic reports that the carcasses of six right whales were found in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, an unprecedented mortality event … Continue reading

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Today’s Large Earthquake & Tsunami: The Latest Aberrant Events In Greenland

A lethal 4.1 quake followed by flash flooding kills 4 in Greenland in the latest bizarre happening in Greenland “It’s not normal that we have such large quakes in Greenland,” - Trine Dahl Jensen, Senior Researcher at the Danish Geological Survey. … Continue reading

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Glacier Pulse Warped Earth’s Crust

Rapid changes in the Arctic resonate across the planet A gargantuan mass of melting ice and water pulsed through one of Greenland’s glaciers with such force that it warped the Earth’s crust in the process. During the unprecedented warming of … Continue reading

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Non-Linear* Global Warming and Sea Ice Albedo Decline

Loss of Arctic reflectivity in sea ice + meltwater ponds drives a feedback loop that accelerates warming at an alarming rate As Arctic sea ice declines, it begins to crumble, which causes a decrease in reflectivity. Meltwater ponds now appear … Continue reading

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Larsen C Ice Shelf Splits Off

When Ice Shelves Collapse, the Glaciers They Hold Back Flow Directly Into the Ocean, Rapidly Raising Sea Levels [ UPDATE: One of the largest ice bergs (the size of Delaware) broke away on July 12, 2017. ] The 1000 foot … Continue reading

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