The fifth hurricane of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season roared into the record books late Saturday when it became the strongest storm ever observed so far north and east in this part of the Atlantic Ocean. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said as of 11 a.m. Sunday that Lorenzo is back to being a Category 4 storm in the central Atlantic […]
Geordie Rose, an AI expert, has warned another alarm bell for those who seek to have artificial intelligence take over most aspects of our lives. Geordie has said that developers of AI are summoning “entities” into existence which will see humans in much the same light as humans have towards […]
IPCC — Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change. Previous website … Carbon cycle – Wikipedia The carbon cycle is the biogeochemical cycle by which carbon is exchanged among the biosphere, pedosphere, geosphere, […]
There was a recent town-hall meeting where democrats in the the 2020 presidential election came together for a 7 hour massive question and answer marathon. Many of the question revolved around your typical progressive talking points and the answers given to them were your typical boilerplate language points. However, today we have a new issue that we are “struggling” with as a nation: To eat meat or not to eat meat
In 2015, Texas A&M graduate student Christine Figgener recorded a video of her colleagues removing a straw lodged in a turtle’s nostril. The video went viral, inspiring people to take action. Since then, “skip the straw, save a turtle” has become a slogan for people determined to decrease their plastics use.
You read that right. Not much media attention has been given to the magnitude of the burning going on right now in the amazon rainforest. the fact is there is no real way to stop this fire since it is so widespread that it is now impossible to contain. The damage from this will be felt for many years. But more surprisingly, is the lack of concern for this event.
Our corporate culture of lobbyist who simply convey information to lawmakers that “the corporation has spoken” is quickly becoming a problem for the agriculture industry. Of course, many who support the use of GMO’s for food are quick to point out that it isn’t fair not to give farmers an option when it comes to how they produce for a living.