Monthly Archives: July 2017

Extreme Wildfires: The New Normal

British Columbia, Northern California, France, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Siberia, Montenegro, Portugal More than 1,000 wildfires threatened beaches and neighborhoods in Rome and the port of Ostia in central Italy. 10,000 residents and vacationers were evacuated from beaches and campsites in … Continue reading

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Biological Annihilation Described By New Scientific Study

The First Five Global Extinctions Were Natural…This One Is Not. An irreversible era of mass extinction has begun, according to a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Yes skeptics, extinctions are cyclical. The difference … Continue reading

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Invasion of the Borg: Global Warming Driving Bizarre Marine Species Migration

“This is a weird organism man. I don’t have a clue.” Don Jeske, Alaskan salmon fisherman Pyrosomes can exist in formations up to forty feet long, but they don’t belong in Alaskan waters. Millions of weird 6 in long organisms … Continue reading

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As Tengger Desert Encroaches, China Resettles New “Ecological Migrants”

Not far from Beijing, China’s worst drought on record marks radically changing weather patterns Global warming is driving the desertification of northern China at an annual rate of approximately 1,300 sq mi per year. Based on the most recent research, … Continue reading

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