Daily Archives: December 8, 2012

New York Times : Tuvalu To Drown

Rising sea levels threaten small Pacific island nations May 3, 2007 Dire climate change predictions may seem like science fiction in many parts of the world. But in the tiny, sea-swept Pacific nation of Tuvalu, the crisis has already arrived. … Continue reading

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Global Warming Brings Nuclear War Closer

Prior to global warming, North Korea was a happy, prosperous, democratic country SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — New satellite images indicate that snow may have slowed North Korea’s rocket launch preparations South Korean media reports this week quoted unnamed officials in Seoul … Continue reading

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The Decline And Fall Of Holland

When I was a child, Holland was windmills, tulips and wooden shoes. Later Holland became free drugs and free sex. Now Holland is extreme Muslim violence. Richard Nieuwenhuizen was doing what he loved: watching his son play football and helping … Continue reading

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White House Christmas Party Rapper

Obama brings a new dimension to Christmas in the US Korean star PSY is scheduled to perform at the “Christmas in Washington” concert Dec. 21 with President Obama in attendance. “Kill those fucking Yankees” “Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers.” … Continue reading

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Bill McKibben Looking To Save The Planet

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Sea Level Declining In Florida For 15 Years

ssh_anomaly.nc: University of Colorado satellite data shows that there has been little change in Florida sea level since 1997. The data above is the average of sea level at the five lat/lon pairs below. (28.5, 281.5) (26.5, 281.5)  (24.5, 278.5)  (26.5, … Continue reading

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Most Transparent President In History To Hold Secret Inauguration

The White House Correspondents Association is strongly urging the Obama administration to allow press access to the president’s official swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20, following indications from inauguration committee officials that the event could potentially be closed to the press. … Continue reading

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