Daily Archives: May 15, 2017

Islamic radicalism explained by Naom Chomsky at Harvard

blue raining

Published on Jun 22, 2014

even today Islamic fundametalism is spread in afghanistan through a very large number of Madrasas like Jamiate Eslah (correction movement) by Wahabi/salafi extremists funded by Saudi Arabia

Noam Chomsky – The Most Dangerous Organization in Human History

Chomsky’s Philosophy

Published on May 11, 2017

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFaNa…

Greenland In Trouble! Glaciers Melting Much Faster Than Previously Predicted

World Wide Weather

Published on Apr 12, 2017

Greenland has always been known for its glaciers. Currently the glaciers in Greenland are in trouble and are melting unprecedentedly fast. aerial footage as well as research experiments clearly show that the ice is disappearing far too quickly to be any sort of normal climatic change.

10 Food Forests and Permaculture

Biodiversity for a Livable Climate

Published on May 15, 2017

Scenario 300, Making Climate Cool!
How We Can Bring Atmospheric Carbon Down . . .
from 400 ppm to 300 ppm in the nick of time!
April 30, 2017, Washington, DC

13 Community Conversation and Concluding Remarks

Biodiversity for a Livable Climate

Published on May 15, 2017

Scenario 300, April 30, 2017, Washington, DC

08 The Small Water Cycle as a Climate Tool

Biodiversity for a Livable Climate

Published on May 15, 2017

Scenario 300, Making Climate Cool!
How We Can Bring Atmospheric Carbon Down . . .
from 400 ppm to 300 ppm in the nick of time!
April 30, 2017, Washington, DC

WARNING! Polar Ice Caps Melting Rapidly | Ice Free Arctic By Summer 2017

World Wide Weather

Published on Mar 27, 2017

Since the year 2000 we have had 16 of the 17 warmest years ever recorded, with 2016 being the warmest yet. As march almost ends it becomes clear that the ice caps are not the same as they once used to be. They are shrinking dramatically fast and are not following a linear equation anymore, but rather an exponential one. It is predicted that on the current course we could have an ice free arctic by as soon as the summer of 2017, and 2020 at the LATEST. This is a very bad situation, as the polar caps act as the earth’s air conditioners and help to keep the planet cool. Also underneath the frozen arctic lies a massive methane reserve, which if released by the melting permafrost will release enough methane into the atmosphere to kill all life on earth and render it inhospitable. Will the human race wake up to the imminent threat in time or will we continue to be blind and ignorant until it’s too late?

Arctic And Antarctic Sea Ice Is Now Melting At Alarming Rates

Richard Aguilar

Published on Apr 17, 2017

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A shrinking Canadian glacier made a river vanish.
Antarctica shows troubling signs of climate change.
NASA takes photos of crack in Greenland glacier.
New Report Indicates Accelerated Ice Melt in Antarctica.
Retreating Glacier Led To The Disappearance Of A River.
Stable Antarctic Ice Is Suddenly Melting Fast.
Warmer temperatures melt Arctic and Antarctic sea ice to record lows.

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“The Arctic: Ground Zero for Global Change” — Keeling Lecture 2017

Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment at the University of Illinois

Published on Apr 24, 2017

Illinois Professor Emeritus John E. Walsh delivers the 2017 Keeling lecture, named for Illinois alumnus Charles David Keeling, creator of the famed “Keeling Curve” or “Mauna Loa Curve.”

Abstract — Climate change is happening faster and with more visible impacts in the Arctic than in most of the rest of the world. The Arctic is warming at a rate of about twice the global average. Arctic amplification of the warming arises from a number of processes, one of which is the albedo-temperature feedback triggered by the loss of ace and snow. We will diagnose the recent Arctic warming in terms of the key drivers, which include external forcing (greenhouse gases) as well as internal variability. Coastal communities and wildlife in the Arctic are especially vulnerable to the ongoing warming. However, climate change in the Arctic is not just a local problem, as what happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic. Sea level rise is augmented by the loss of ice from glaciers and the Greenland Ice Sheet, and there are indications that Arctic amplification affects the large-scale atmospheric circulation that impacts middle latitudes, especially during winter. The trajectory of the Arctic system, especially its ice and snow, varies strongly with the scenario of greenhouse gas emissions. In this respect, human actions can make a major difference in the future of the Arctic as well as the rest of the planet.

National Geographic | Our Place in the Milky Way

Star Staff

Published on Mar 19, 2016

Now that the Voyagers have visited the outer planets of the solar system they are heading for new adventures in places astronomers call the Oort Cloud, the heliopause, heliosheath and eventually they may encounter double stars and exoplanets, some of which may pay a visit to the solar system one day or explode showering us with radiation. If the Voyagers live so long they will experience the local fluff, local bubble and other parts of the habitable zone of the galaxy.