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Adieu Climate Summit 2010

Posted by on Dec 12, 2010 in Ecology | 17 comments

Adieu Climate Summit 2010

The Climate Summit 2010 in Cancun/Mexico is coming to an end and the outcome is as was expected. Letters of intent. It is the declared intention to cut down on the CO2 emissions. But how to achieve this goal remains in the dark. The developing countries shall be supported in this task. While in the developed countries the the ways remain as they are. Although in an ecological and sustainability context the developed countries are also just developing countries. Especially since the highly...

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Of Butterflies and Climate Change

Posted by on Jun 23, 2010 in Ecology | 9 comments

Of Butterflies and Climate Change

A little butterfly can make difference! The Chaos Theory claims that the wings of a butterfly could alter, or even cause, a typhoon. Another field of application in the Chaos Theory is Population Growth. Which is, of course, of supreme interest for human society. This is only a theory and can’t be proven in a laboratory. But just because it is a theory does not necessarily mean that it is not true. Once, in the times of Geocentrism, it was be believed that the earth is flat and the sun is...

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