Monthly Archives: October 2017

Global Insect Decline Has Alarming Consequences

HoneyBee Colony Collapse? Monarch Extinction? Here’s Something That Will Really Bug You. New Studies Reveal Crashing Insect Populations  Etymologists and environmentalist are beginning to sound the alarm about the planet’s disappearing bug population, a phenomenon that has particularly manifested itself … Continue reading

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Red Snow: Swelling algae incursion is red-lining glacial ice melt

“Watch out where the Huskies go, and don’t you eat that yellow snow!” F. Zappa (Don’t You Eat the Yellow Snow 1974) The accuracy of the original set of global warming predictions from more than 40 years ago was shocking … Continue reading

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Wildfires Consume Napa & Sonoma Counties As Thousands Flee

21 dead and 150 missing as multiple wildfires race across freeways, farmland and forests in famous wine region 21 Die Over 150 Missing As Fast Moving Wildfires Consume Napa & Sonoma Counties 20,000 evacuated their homes and businesses burned as … Continue reading

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Rising CO2 Levels Are Depleting Plant Nutrients

As Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Increases, Plants Produce More Carbohydrates But Fewer Vitamins and Minerals Global warming, ocean acidification and rising seas levels are well known effects of rapidly rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere, tracking the elevation of carbon dioxide … Continue reading

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