global warming

Re-Education Or Science: Is NASA Normalizes Weather Modification For Children In The Classroom?

Contrail Watching for Kids Science Project: Contrail Watching for Kids Web Id: P3 Purpose: Contrails are long clouds made by high-flying aircraft. Because kids are so good at watching clouds, they can be easily taught to identify contrails. Age Range: 6 – 10 Time Required: Young children can observe and report on contrails in only … Continue reading Re-Education Or Science: Is NASA Normalizes Weather Modification For Children In The Classroom?

FAA Contrail Cloud Experiment Without Public Consent

Experiment creates ominous sky over Santa Cruz, California. Winter Sky in Santa Cruz The following images were taken on three different days this winter from various locations in Santa Cruz County, California. They demonstrate how aircraft dispersant turns a clear day into one filled with contrail clouds, part of an international experiment according to a … Continue reading FAA Contrail Cloud Experiment Without Public Consent

Concern For Nature: Part I

“The clouds appeared and went away, and in a while they did not try anymore.” ~John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath Today is Monday, April 22, 2013, "Earth Day." I am deeply concerned for my pristine home, Santa Cruz County, California; for our air, water, and soil. Society sits poised on the brink of loosing … Continue reading Concern For Nature: Part I

Life Is Rythm: In Uganda, Rwanda, Or The U.S.

There Is No Movement Without Rhythm Life has a rhythm, it's constantly moving. Modernity has removed us from nature. Most of us move ideas, not our bodies, across networks, not across fields, under artificial lighting, not sunlight, and produce intangible products in isolation rather than unison. We travel from one box to another box by … Continue reading Life Is Rythm: In Uganda, Rwanda, Or The U.S.

How To Cool The Planet: Geoengineering And The Audacious Quest To Fix Earth's Climate

Right Now,Today Right now, a group of scientists is working on ways to minimize the catastrophic impact of global warming. But they’re not designing hybrids or fuel cells or wind turbines. They’re trying to lower the temperature of the entire planet. And they’re doing it with huge contraptions that suck CO2 from the air, machines … Continue reading How To Cool The Planet: Geoengineering And The Audacious Quest To Fix Earth's Climate

UN Report Warns Of Widening Climate Gap

A U.N. report on rising greenhouse gas emissions reminded world governments Wednesday that their efforts to fight climate change are far from enough to meet their stated goal of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit). STOCKHOLM The report by the U.N. Environment Program, released just days ahead of a major climate conference, … Continue reading UN Report Warns Of Widening Climate Gap

Where The Aftermath Never Comes

Yesterday in Rockaway I was reminded of the aftermath of Katrina, the Rodney King riots and Iraq, Afghanistan, and particularly I was reminded of Gaza and the West Bank, where the 'aftermath' never comes, where just a continuous, unending calamity unfolds at the hands of America's 'democracy'. Yesterday we drove past lines of hundreds of … Continue reading Where The Aftermath Never Comes

Tomorrow And The Next Day Are Election Day

US Presidential Elections There were difficult decisions to make at the polls if you are still participating in this venue for change. It is hard to vote yes on measures that raise taxes when you see blatant abuse, even crimes against humanity, being committed with existing taxes. Both the Republican and Democratic candidates failed to … Continue reading Tomorrow And The Next Day Are Election Day

World's Oceans In Peril

Climate change is causing our oceans to become increasingly acidic, threatening to alter life as we know it. "From a climate change/fisheries/pollution/habitat destruction point of view, our nightmare is here, it's the world we live in." This bleak statement about the current status of the world's oceans comes from Dr Wallace J Nichols, a Research … Continue reading World's Oceans In Peril