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Marco Rubio and Climate Change

Posted by on Aug 3, 2014 in Climate Change, Featured | 41 comments

Marco Rubio and Climate Change

A couple of weeks ago I came across a clip on Youtube, ABC News #thisweek, published May 12, 2014. ABC’s Jonathan Karl interviewed the possible presidential contender, of the Republican Party, Mr. Marco Rubio. Mr. Rubio is a young United State Senator from Florida, who openly says, that he wants to run for president. At the beginning of the whole interview, Mr. Rubio praises his political vision (1). This is an important point to which I will return later. Mr. Karl asked Mr. Rubio about...

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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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Climate Change in Geo-History

Posted by on Mar 25, 2010 in Climate Change | 14 comments

Climate Change in Geo-History

The planet Earth is estimated to exist around 4 billion years. Give or take some million years. From a fiery ball of hot gases it cooled down on the surface to such a state that live could evolve on it, as we know it today. Today is about half time in the life span of earth. In about 5 billion years the sun will stop functioning as it does today. That might be the end of our solar system. But thankfully this is far in the future. Throughout Geo history the climate changed. The last Ice Age, or...

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