Daily Archives: September 24, 2017

“CO2 Overestimated 50%” | The Authors Respond


Suspicious0bservers
Published on Sep 24, 2017
Here, the authors confirm both our claim that media is hyping this story the wrong way, AND the claims about CO2: http://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/opin… 2018 Conference Page: http://www.observatoryproject.com/otf… Conference Speakers:
https://youtu.be/DtyEL2OI1Bc
http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.QuakeWatch.net
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChanges.org
http://www.MagneticReversal.org

The Tragedy is that “We treat soil like dirt” — Topsoil, Climate Change and the Collapse of Civilizations | EV & N – 255 | CCTV

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http://ecoethics.net/2014-ENVRE120/20170924-EV&N-255-Link.html 
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Our atmosphere is very precarious and changes in its composition are driving global climate change as Earth’s oceans and land surfaces are warming. Another very important dynamic process of ecosystemic change has been unleashed by the severe weather events that have occurred in several regions around the Earth.

In particular, we are witnessing the colossal destruction of topsoil through accelerated soil erosion following extreme weather events, including super-typhoons, massive hurricanes and historically unprecedented cloud-burst/rain downpour events. The horrendous loss of topsoil needs to be calculated in a “full-cost-accounting” of climate change, induced and accelerated by human’s excessive combustion of fossil fuels.

Those who have benefited from the extraction, refinement, transport and sale of mineralized fossilized fuels need to be held to account for the geological degradation and global havoc they have unleashed in their glutenous race to amass private profit.

Exxon Mobil has made more money for its shareholders than any other institution in human history, and to keep the profits forthcoming it is now apparent that their executives lied to regulators, to the public and to their own shareholders over the last forty years.   This level of systemic has rarely if ever been paralleled, and now the former CEO of Exxon has become the Secretary of State of the most powerful nation-state on Earth, apparently willing to continue and expand massive military campaigns in the Middle East to assure the continued flow of petroleum to the United States.

The ecological cost of this pattern of privatized profit and the ecocidal warfare it has fostered is just now beginning to be paid for by humanity as a whole through the inexorable collapse of the relatively stable ecosystem that characterized the global climate regime throughout the Holocene and ever since the rise of agricultural civilizations.

For further discussion about the case for holding the fossil fuel corporations accountable for the devastation they have unleashed see:

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Robin Walker Exposing Hidden African History


Islaamic Action TV
Published on Apr 20, 2017

Robin Walker breaking down the part of Black Muslim history from Africa that is often supressed

Toxic Waste Is Flowing Down The Streets Of Houston And No One Seems To Care

Solar Decathlon 2017 Is Underway!

Will Alien Life Resemble Life on Earth? Harvard Biologist Jonathan Losos Explains

Sean Spicer Gets Rejected By Every Major TV Outlet Because He “Lacks Credibility”