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What Is God?

Happy Friday morning! It’s a beautiful sunshine day in Seattle. It’s really cold, but sun makes it really easier to be lighter. I’m feeling a little challenge in this weather transition this year. 1,302 more words

Spirituality

Scientists Go After The Media For Highlighting A Study Showing IPCC Climate Models Were Wrong

From The Daily Caller

Michael Bastasch

9:16 AM 09/20/2017

A climate model expert told The Washington Post there would be “extra eyes really scrutinizing” a new study claiming climate models predicted more global warming than has been observed this century. 489 more words

Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change

Scientist Smacks Down Al Gore's Claim That Harvey Brought '500,000 year rains'

From The Daily Caller

Michael Bastasch

4:08 PM 09/18/2017

Former President Al Gore said Monday that Hurricane Harvey brought once in 500,000 year rainfall to parts of Texas, only to be questioned by scientists challenging his data. 513 more words

Al Gore

October 2017 Newsletter

Pumpkins are showing up in the stores! As much as I don’t want to let it go, summer is officially over and it’s Fall. Like Yin and Yang, unless we have the other side of the seasons, we don’t get to enjoy and appreciate all seasons. 651 more words

Spirituality

How Can You Access To Abundance?

Happy Saturday morning! Today is my jammy day. I’ve been under the weather this week. I got a head and sinus cold after subbing a Zumba class on Monday. 858 more words

Spirituality

Solar = 6¢ per kilowatt-hour, beating Obama's goal by 3 years


Formerly the largest piggery in Massachusetts

❝ The Department of Energy has announced that utility-grade solar panels have hit cost targets set for 2020, three years ahead of schedule.

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Technology

Lessons from Germany's Transition from Coal to Renewables

❝ Seventy-seven-year-old Heinz Spahn—whose blue eyes are both twinkling and stern — vividly recalls his younger days. The Zollverein coal mine, where he worked in the area of Essen, Germany, was so clogged with coal dust, he remembers, that people would stir up a black cloud whenever they moved.

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Culture