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Help, I’m Not A Scientist

Posted by on Jul 18, 2015 in Climate Change, Featured | 0 comments

Help, I’m Not A Scientist

I am not a scientist First off, I have to admit, that I m also a science skeptic. We have sent people to the moon but we can’t cure a simple cold. The list of scientific over achievement and under achievement is a long one. Although the assertion is true for all sciences, science has to be divided into natural science, based on mathematics, and social sciences and humanities. Natural science delivers tangible results, like computers, cars and airplanes. The difference between natural...

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Changing Culture or Climate

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Climate Change, Featured | 0 comments

Changing Culture or Climate

Life is a constant change. Some things have to be accepted, like the seasons of the year or growing old. Consult the I Ging (or Ching), the book of changes (1). Some things can’t be accepted, like the Climate Change. Especially since it is caused by man and could, at least, be mitigated. Some people believe that the Climate Change is part of a natural cycle and that this is therefore not a cause to worry. Nothing can be further from the truth. If the Climate Change is a natural cycle...

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Marco Rubio and Climate Change

Posted by on Aug 3, 2014 in Climate Change, Featured | 41 comments

Marco Rubio and Climate Change

A couple of weeks ago I came across a clip on Youtube, ABC News #thisweek, published May 12, 2014. ABC’s Jonathan Karl interviewed the possible presidential contender, of the Republican Party, Mr. Marco Rubio. Mr. Rubio is a young United State Senator from Florida, who openly says, that he wants to run for president. At the beginning of the whole interview, Mr. Rubio praises his political vision (1). This is an important point to which I will return later. Mr. Karl asked Mr. Rubio about...

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The Ethics of Climate Change Deniers

Posted by on Mar 13, 2014 in Climate Change, Featured | 5 comments

The Ethics of Climate Change Deniers

Recent Freaks of Nature The Polar Vortex plunged much of the USA, at the beginning of the year, into a deep freeze. (1) A  Ice storm at the beginning of February of this year left one million people in the Northeast of the USA without power. (2) Around the same time England was experiencing the wettest winter on record. (3) Two years ago in 2014 the milestone of 400 parts per million CO² in the earth atmosphere was reached. The highest concentration of CO² in more then in the last three to...

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Merry Christmas Greeting from Nesseq.com

Posted by on Dec 19, 2013 in Climate Change, Featured | 7 comments

Merry Christmas Greeting from Nesseq.com

It’s getting warmer, ice is melting, sea’s are rising, things are changing. Climate Change has my full attention, I believe that science can do a lot to help us to mitigate the worst impacts of climate change and other enviromental problems. I wish you a Merry Christmas I wish You a Happy New Year I wish you would listen to the world’s scientists I wish you would pass legislation to mitigate climate change! I think the only people who could realistically hate us would be people...

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Israel, Palestine and the Climate Change

Posted by on Nov 21, 2012 in Climate Change, Featured | 6 comments

Israel, Palestine and the Climate Change

Again I am forced to explain my stance in regards to the volatile political situation concerning Israel and the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. To make it absolutely clear from the very beginning, I am against violence. Violence on a personal level, as well as a means of politics. I can understand the deep seated frustration, even the hate the Palestinians feel towards Israel. But the people from Gaza have to take an example from their brethren in the West Bank. They, almost, stopped...

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