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Climate Change and Survival

Posted by on Jul 1, 2017 in Climate Change, Featured | 0 comments

Climate Change and Survival

Climate Change is distinctly possible and hard times are awaiting. And if it is not the Climate Change the problem with the global overpopulation should not be underestimated. To imagine the combined effects of both Climate Change and Overpopulation is truly terrifying (1). Although a lot is going in the right direction, politically and technologically, I can’t help myself feeling not to optimistic. The Paris Agreement (2) was supposed to signal a united international front in the fight...

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The Eco-Centric

Posted by on May 22, 2017 in Ecology, Featured | 0 comments

The Eco-Centric

This is the transcript for the clip I posted on Youtube. To day I want to talk about the Eco-Centric. The Eco-Centric is a statue I created. With it I try to visualize the state of our culture. And it ain’t a nice picture. Humanity has come a long way since our beginnings. Not so long ago, only some thousand years, we were seeking shelter in caves to protect us from nature.* We were vulnerable, but we survived. And where are we now? Now nature has to be protected from us human...

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Young and Angry

Posted by on May 6, 2017 in Featured, Kids of the World | 0 comments

Young and Angry

If I were a young man, I would be really angry with my parents’ and grandparents’ generations. In other words, your peers. “What are you doing to my future?” I would shout at them, the grown-ups; the people in power. You are leaving me a mess. The climate is changing and the world population will grow from the 7.5 billion it stands at today to over 9 billion over the next 30 years with no solution for overpopulation in sight. You might deny climate change but overpopulation is a very...

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Kids of the World

Posted by on Aug 26, 2015 in Featured, Kids of the World | 0 comments

Kids of the World

Today I want to introduce a new category in this website. It is called Kids of the World. I don’t think that the children of today are heard, what they think about the ecological situation. The young people must be given a platform where they can express their feelings, after all its their future! Our guest author today is Ana-Maria Anghel from Bukarest/Rumania. Ana is 15 years old and attending school. She wants to become a lawyer and writer. The opinion expressed in this article is...

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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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