Monthly Archives: November 2013

Should We Stop Flying?

On October 1st a respected meteorologist Eric Holthaus tweeted that after reading the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) “I just broke down in tears in boarding area at SFO [San Francisco airport] while on phone with my wife. I’ve … Continue reading

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We Can Go 100% Renewable Energy in Less Than 20 Years

Marc Jacobson explained how in Middletown on Nov. 14 Here’s a similar talk he gave on You Tube Read Jacobsen’s 2009 article in Scientific American our one minute you tube

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Most Powerful Storm Ever Hits Philippines – Picket Global Warming Bank Saturday

Nov. 8.  Possibly the “strongest storm ever”, Super Typhoon Haiyan, is roaring across the Philippines as this is written.  It has “sustained winds of 315 kph (195 mph) and gusts as strong as 380 kph (235 mph),” according to CNN.  That … Continue reading

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The True Unemployment Rate is Up a Lot

Nov. 8.  The government jobs numbers came out a few minutes ago.  The business press is happy that there was an increase of 204,000 jobs.  They had feared the government partial shut-down had really soured things. They were expecting a … Continue reading

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But the President Said Everyone Could Keep Their Plan

November 1.  The New York Times says millions of people are having their insurance plans dropped.  Supposedly the insurance companies have no choice.  The old plans don’t have the benefits required by the Affordable Care Act.. The Times talks about … Continue reading

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