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Is Earth Fighting Back

Curtis Travis and Sheri Hester are both researchers at the Department Of Energy (DOE) nuclear facility Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) who published a paper in May 1991 . Their thesis claimed “what many people already knew. “The entire planet is already contaminated." Their research can be found in ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & TECHNOLOGY. Vol. [...]

Living Between Two Tsunamis

Caught between two tsunamis – nuclear & climate Caught between two tsunamis – nuclear & climate “Where there is no vision, people perish.” (Proverbs 29:18) *What is the most significant secular date in history? Novelist Arthur Koestler believes August 6, 1945 : “After Hiroshima we live with the possible extinction of our species.” *Military [...]

By | January 28th, 2020|Climate Change|0 Comments

Two Greatest Forces in Our World – “Stupidity Driven by Greed”

Four hundred glaciers globally have simply melted into Earth’s atmosphere. Water cannot remain suspended forever. It will return to Earth in the form of floods as we have seen over decades globally.  The ocean is rising one inch per decade. In May 2019 the Mauna Loa laboratory in Hawaii registered unprecedented carbon dioxide levels at [...]

Will We Support Juliana Versus The USA In Federal Court?

90 percent of scientists in the world today agree with the founder of Physical Chemistry, Svante August Arrhenius (1859-1927), who warned over 100 years ago unlimited burning of fossil fuels will cause problems for the planet. He repeated his concern again in 1905. We are slow learners indeed. Decades later billions of tons of carbon [...]

By | October 3rd, 2018|Climate Change, Environment, Politics, Spiritual|0 Comments

From Coal To Solar In Southern Illinois

There were three 20th century coal mines operating in Breese, Illinois with the Breese-Trenton mining Co.  By 6:30 am, the East Mine coal operation began with a shrill whistle that could be heard throughout the small town. At the same early hour, taverns in Breese opened so the miners could endure the dark drudgery of [...]

Who Would Recommend Asbestos In 2018?

Rick Pankowski was a young man from Mansfield, New Jersey who moved to Philadelphia in the 1980’s. Rick and I were both associated with the charitable organization known as Philadelphia Committee for Homeless. While in his 30’s, Rick learned he had contracted mesothelioma, a serious affliction of the lung, and he would be dead within [...]

By | July 14th, 2018|Climate Change, Corporate Responsibility, Politics|0 Comments

What If Earth’s Oxygen Runs Out?

A university teacher in Lafayette, Louisiana talks of his son serving on a nuclear submarine in the U.S. Navy cruising somewhere secretly in   the ocean covering 70 percent of Earth. The professor knows from his years of study more than half of our planet’s oxygen supply comes from the critical natural process of photosynthesis by [...]

HSBC Gives a Token Gift on Earth Day

Having lived in the prosperous British colony for the entire 1970’s, I learned HSBC (Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation) is a multi-billion dollar international octopus which was founded in 1865. Since Hong Kong (which is a Chinese word for “fragrant harbor”) was the original British base for selling opium to China, the super wealthy colony [...]

By | April 23rd, 2018|Climate Change, Corporate Responsibility, Environment|0 Comments

400 + 400 = PETM

Over 100 years ago Svante August Arrhenius (1859-1927), the father of physical chemistry, warned our unrestricted burning of fossil fuels would release excessive carbon dioxide (“greenhouse effect”) that will surely cause problems for survival of all who live on Earth. Arrhenius repeated the climate warning in 1905. NASA scientist James Hansen declared before a skeptical [...]

By | March 27th, 2018|Climate Change, Environment, Politics, Water|0 Comments

Svante August Arrhenius warned about Katrina and Harvey

When we studied basic Chemistry in High School, our patient teachers explained carbon dioxide coming into contact with water turns into carbonic acid. Such acid, although mild, is not conducive to life.  As we burn fossil fuels without regulation, billions of tons of carbon dioxide are pouring into the ocean and our atmosphere.  Earth says [...]

By | September 2nd, 2017|Climate Change, Corporate Responsibility, Environment|0 Comments