Category Archive: Greeeeeeen

Dec 12 2011

21 Year old, Abigail Borah, Speaks Out in Durban

While American Politicians are hesitant to push the climate issue both nationally and internationally,  a youth speaks out against inaction. Thanks to recent big pushes by the energy industry, there has been over a 15 percentage point shift in America’s belief in global warming. Unfortunately, that shift has been towards the opinion that the consensus …

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Dec 09 2011

Glen Beck Freaks Out Over South Korean Skyscraper


Because everything in the world must revolve around Beck and the United States, no exceptions. On my morning drive to work, I put down my book on tape on my trusty Kindle and decided to tune in to the Glen Beck radio show. Amid selling GBTV and yet another stadium public performance, I could tell …

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Sep 05 2011

Science to the Rescue

From Science Daily. The world is becoming overpopulated and climate change will lead to mass famine, if not for science riding to the rescue. Much like the greatest human being ever and his green revolution, the research of On Sun Lau, Xi Huang, Jae-Hoon Lee, Gang Li and Jean-Benoit Charron has set the stage for …

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Aug 31 2011

The Science Guy vs Fox, Round Two

On August 29th Bill Nye made a return appearance on FOX News hot on the heels on “Moon Volcano” affair in which the pundit, Charles Payne, attempted to shun away Global Warming with anecdotal evidence; in this case Hurricane Irene. Mr. Nye goes on to give a great breakdown on basic science while Mr. Payne …

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Aug 27 2011

Common Metal Bitten by Radioactive Spider, Becomes Super Aluminum

A team of scientists have successfully produced a new form of Aluminum that exists only under immense pressure such as the conditions found at Earth’s core on the nanoscale. Published in Nature Communications, the team pulsed laser light into a sapphire in order to mimic the internal events of the earth and have the sample melt properly. …

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Aug 24 2011

Summer is Coming


A recent computer model based study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences predicts the impact of biomass CO2 releases from thawing permafrost may be an even larger problem than previously expected, transitioning from a carbon reducing ecosystem to a carbon producing system by the end of the century. Of course, since this …

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