"Ending the war on coal" simply means relentless warfare on our entire planet Earth.
Svante August Arrhenius, the Swedish founder of physical chemistry warned humankind in the 1890s unlimited burning of fossil fuels will eventually cause climate problems for all creatures on Earth. He repeated his caution in the 20th century.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's decision to kill the Clean Power Plan reminded me of the st…
The Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Rome published “Fate of Mountain Glaciers in the Anthropocene" on May 11, 2011, providing scientific evidence over 400 glaciers globally have simply vanished from global warming. Where will all that moisture go?
Anthropocene is clearly defined by Vatican scientists: “Aggressive exploitation of fossil fuels and other natural resources has damaged the air we breathe, the water we drink and the land we inhabit. To give one example, some 1,000 billion tons of carbon dioxide and other climatically important ‘greenhouse’ gases have been pumped into our atmosphere. As a result, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air now exceeds the highest levels of the last 800,000 years. The climatic and ecological impacts of this human interference with the Earth system are expected to last for many millennia, warranting a new name — the Anthropocene for the new manmade geologic epoch in which we are now living.”
HAZARD, Ky. — A coalition of left-leaning states and environmental groups are vowing to figh…
Even Pentagon researchers warned in 2004, “Climate change is a greater threat than terrorism.”
President Donald Trump’s Florida White House will become like Miami as an island in the rising Atlantic. Shanghai, New York City, Tokyo, Hong Kong and all major cities within a few hours of the warming, rising ocean will send climate refugees fleeing for higher ground. The Norfolk, Virginia, naval base is going under water.
Dr. Hal Wanless, of the University of Florida, provides the scientific evidence of a rising ocean which Trump, his cabinet members and half of the U.S. Congress continue to ignore.
Frederich Hegel is proven correct again: “The only thing we learn from history is that we never learn from history.”
retired corrections chaplain