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The Moral Bankruptcy of Climate Science

Promoters of the carbon-dioxide-caused global warming myth want to protect their cash cow by prosecuting any who dare question the orthodoxy.

Global warming is now a $1.5 trillion a year industry according to the Climate Change Business Journal ( 1,336 more words

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Love your local food

According to the Medduym-Webster dictionary, A locavore is one who eats foods grown locally whenever possible

As of right now, I do not identify as a locavore, however this is something I would like to move toward as I continue my vegan journey. 360 more words

Climate Change: Taking up all the morphology of the lemming myth

I do not know who to credit for this.  I found it here:



Lemmings are small rodents who have been known to follow each other as they charge to their deaths into raging rivers or off of cliffs. 441 more words

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Effects of Global Warming on Humans – From 2015 IPCC SYR Data

Not only posing significant risks for Earth’s natural systems, the effects of global warming on humans and human systems have only recently begun receiving the expanded attention they critically require. 2,103 more words


What Causes Global Warming?

Droughts, lengthy hot spells, heavy downpours, floods, and other extreme weather events are occurring more frequently and intensely every year. Around the world, research teams are analyzing these trends, noting the changes in temperature, rainfall, ice mass, sea level, and many other variables recorded by weather measuring devices. 1,384 more words


The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter 10/04/15

It’s time for The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter!  On this week’s show, Charlie talks about water fowl migration patterns and how they are quickly changing as a result of our current state of agriculture.  52 more words

The Great Outdoors With Charlie Potter

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Northwest Passage Not Yet an Option for Most Shipping

A new survey of summer sea ice through Arctic Canada’s storied Northwest Passage reveals that the ice will remain too thick and treacherous for regular commercial shipping to use the route for decades to come. 146 more words