Daily Archives: December 7, 2012

Twits Of Wisdom From Bill McKibben

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Florida To Tackle Non-Existent Problem, Which they Couldn’t Do Anything About Anyway

The threat of rising seas has more South Florida officials shifting from “What if?” to “What do we do?” when it comes to dealing with climate change. South Florida scientists, government officials, representatives from Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe … Continue reading

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Global Warming Disrupts Airplane Travel

On time arrivals are a thing of the past.   Snow causes flight cancellations in northern Europe | News | Breaking Travel News h/t to Marc Morano

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How To Get An Organism To Commit Suicide

How do you get an organism to destroy itself? Simple – convince it that something essential for its survival is making it sick. A great example of this is bulimia. If an individual believes that food is unhealthy, it eventually will self-destruct and die. … Continue reading

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NRDC : Fact Free Junk Science

Global warming could impact WA ski industry: According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Protect Our Winters (POW), unless carbon pollution is limited, the nation’s ski industry could be impacted. Winter tourism is a $348 million annual business in Washington … Continue reading

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Warm Temperatures Halt Play At The Greenland Open

Temperatures on the rapidly melting Greenland ice sheet have risen to -35C, and the ice is too soft for good putting. summit:status:webcam

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David Appell Compares A Carbon Tax To Ending Apartheid

You can’t make this stuff up …. According to this article, college students are rising up to encourage their universities from divesting in fossil fuels companies, because of climate change problem. When I was in college, there was an effort … Continue reading

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