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350 ppm – 400 ppm CO2, Who Gives A H**k?

Posted by on Jul 22, 2013 in Ecology, Featured | 1 comment

350 ppm – 400 ppm CO2, Who Gives A H**k?

Once upon a time, not so long ago, about 200 years prior, the earth atmosphere contained about 275 parts per million of carbon dioxide(1). Since then it has been rapidly risen. In 1958 the biochemist Charles David Keeling measured, at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, 315 ppm (parts per million)  Carbon Dioxide in the earth atmosphere (2). The Keeling Curve is named after him (3). Since then we have been told, that 350 ppm of CO2 in the atmosphere is the threshold, where the balance...

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The Year 2013 + 37 Years Is Overpopulation!

Posted by on Dec 31, 2012 in Ecology, Featured | 1 comment

The Year 2013 + 37 Years Is Overpopulation!

Today is the last day of the year 2012, in a couple of hours we will welcome the new year. And everyone wishes everyone else all the best, health, love, money, luck. Already we have forgotten, that the world was supposed to end just ten days ago according to the Mayan calender. Aren’t the people who took this serious embarrassed? Just a little bit? No? I thought so. So the world did not end and a new year begins and everyday life goes on as all the years before. And since the doomsday was...

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Negative Birth Rate

Posted by on Jun 23, 2011 in Ecology | 2 comments

Negative Birth Rate

Global society will in the near future be confronted with three major problems. The first problem. The present world population, seven billion, is already an acute problem. And it will be an even bigger problem as soon as nine billion people will inhabit the earth. This is estimated to happen merely 40 years from now, around the middle of the century! The second problem. The shadows of the global debts are looming on the horizon and will have to be redeemed eventually. We all know how volatile...

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