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Saint Santorum

Posted by on Jun 13, 2015 in Ecology, Featured | 0 comments

Saint Santorum

Here we go again. I can’t stop writing about US-Republicans who whould like to become the next president of the USA. Previously I wrote an article about Politicians and Climate Change and today I want to write again about one (1). This time about Rick Santorum. Who again wants to become the next president of the good old US of A. He already tried it in 2012, the results are known. Santorum did not even measure up to Mitt Romney, who ran against Obama. With known results, Obama won the...

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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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Climate Change No Problem

Posted by on Oct 24, 2011 in Ecology | 1 comment

Climate Change No Problem

Climate Change, or Global Warming, is today still a controversial topic. As already mentioned in the last posts even Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry, who both would like to be the Republican candidate for the presidency of the USA do not take the possibility of a Climate Change serious. As Rick Perry purports, that science is not settled over the issue of Climate Change and therefore there is no reason to adjust economic policy to such a possibility. Every major scientific discovery was first...

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