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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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The Earth is Full – So What?

Posted by on Jun 12, 2011 in Ecology | 0 comments

The Earth is Full – So What?

The New York Times published on 06. June 2011 the op-ed by Thomas L. Friedman, The Earth is Full (1). So what’s new, Mr. Friedman? We all knew it to be so. Or at least we should have known. It is inevitable, that humanity has it’s effects on nature. Nature was not too much disturbed, by the few people roaming the earth in the Stone Age. As long as world population was small, nature could easily balance the damage. The destruction of the forests around the Mediterranean Sea...

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The Titanic Syndrome

Posted by on Aug 21, 2010 in Ecology | 13 comments

The Titanic Syndrome

The main task of Nesseq turns slowly to a website trying to debunk the Climate Change denier. This was not the original idea, which is to get people in neighborhoods to get active in their own interest and in the interest of the children. But right now the deniers of a Climate Change must be debunked once and for all. The real question is not whether the climate is or will change. The real question is a simple one. Can the climate change or can’t it change? The propagators on either side...

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