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Republicans in the U.S. Congress Remain Unconvinced that Earth's Recent Warming is Human Caused

Despite big data to the contrary, the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate, while conceding that climate change is real and not a “hoax”, as Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma formerly claimed, still refused to admit that humans are responsible for the current warming of the planet. 288 more words

Climate Change

Confirmed: 2014 Was Earth's Hottest Year on Record

Ever since the horrendous loss of life, property and the desolation caused by Hurricane Katrina, which ravaged New Orleans and much of the Gulf of Mexico’s northern coastal lands and inland states in the U.S., and caused many deaths and injuries over the last few days of August 2005, people everywhere have become increasingly concerned about global warming causing more violent storms and causing other kinds of extreme weather (floods, droughts, heat waves), with the effects worsening and becoming more pronounced over time. 1,134 more words

Climate Change


Eventually, all live on earth only exist because of the energy from the sun. We have to look up and not down for resources to support life, our life. 545 more words

Global Warming And Climate Change

Greenhouse Effect

The reality that we are witnessing, and being part, of is a very delicate and balanced system that supports life on earth. This balanced system must be understood to realize its value and in extend to take care of. 520 more words

Global Warming And Climate Change

Pope Speaks Out Against Global Warming

NBC News reports that Pope Francis is convinced that global warming is “mostly” man-made and that he hopes his upcoming encyclical on the environment will encourage negotiators at a climate change meeting in Paris to make “courageous” decisions to protect God’s creation. 296 more words

Human Health

LETS: Global Warming

In a world before gay marriage was a nationally discussed topic. And even before the abortion debates were running rampant in the streets from Detroit to Los Angeles. 321 more words


Terraforming a planet that's not Mars similar.

Or, how to get started with Venus, minus the hardware to do the job.

There is quite a bit of talk about terraforming planets. The basic premise is that you find a planet that’s in a star’s “habitable” zone and you change it’s atmospheric conditions, and possibly other elements of the planet’s characteristics, to make the planet substantially more comfortable for humans to live on. 2,872 more words