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Persistent effects of a severe drought on Amazonian forest canopy

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Recent Amazonian droughts have drawn attention to the vulnerability of tropical forests to climate perturbations. Satellite and in situ observations have shown an increase in fire occurrence during drought years and tree mortality following severe droughts,

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Scientists discover new form of magnetism

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The new, third form of magnetism has been dubbed quantum spin liquid (QSL) and it behaves very differently indeed.Within a sparkling, solid crystal that took scientists ten months to create, magnetic "moments" spin and fluctuate constantly, changing their orientation like molecules sliding across one another in a liquid.
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November Is Globe's 333rd Straight Month of Warm Temps | Climate Central

November Is Globe's 333rd Straight Month of Warm Temps | Climate Central | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
November was the 333rd straight month with average global temperatures above the 20th century average, according to NOAA.
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The month of November continued an unbroken streak of warmer-than-average temperatures that dates all the way back to 1985 — with global average surface temperatures ranking as the fifth-warmest such month on record, according to figures released Monday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

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5 Reasons Our Changing Climate Is More Dangerous Than You Think

5 Reasons Our Changing Climate Is More Dangerous Than You Think | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
What's more scary than facing an increase in flesh eating fungi, may be our own failure to give a crap.
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We are part of a slowly enfolding tragedy in which the end of the world as we know it may be getting closer and closer. It won’t happen on any particular day that we can pinpoint and there won’t be a giant explosion or a big flood that will wipe everything away. There will be many floods and fires over many years. One species, one crop dying off after another.

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HSBC Couldn't Track $60 Trillion in Suspicious Activity? | XRepublic

HSBC Couldn't Track $60 Trillion in Suspicious Activity? | XRepublic | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
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HSBC was able to track Eliot Spitzer's 3 deposits to a holding account for an escort service. But they couldn't track $60 trillion in suspicious activity transfers from drug cartels and al-Qaeda that benefited them? Could it be because Spitzer was investigating the banks? Cenk Uygur breaks down the financial hypocrisy. its called evil banking, lies lies lies

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Chasing Ice movie reveals largest iceberg break-up ever filmed - video

After weeks of waiting, filmakers witness 7.4 cubic km of ice crashing off the Ilulissat Glacier in Greenland
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the largest iceberg calving ever filmed, as featured in his movie, Chasing Ice. After weeks of waiting, the filmakers witnessed 7.4 cubic km of ice crashing off the Ilulissat glacier in Greenland. Chasing Ice, released in the UK on Friday, follows Balog's mission to document Arctic ice being melted by climate change.

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Google Revenues Sheltered in No-Tax Bermuda Soar to $10 Billion

Google Revenues Sheltered in No-Tax Bermuda Soar to $10 Billion | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Google Inc. avoided about $2 billion in worldwide income taxes in 2011 by shifting $9.8 billion in revenues into a Bermuda shell company, almost double the total from three years before, filings show.
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Taxevasion on agrand scale by Google. Greed Greed Greed

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Solar3D - Company News

Solar3D - Company News | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
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breakthrough 3-dimensional solar cell technology to maximize the conversion of sunlight into electricity, today announced the successful fabrication of an initial prototype of its 3D solar cell using commercially available equipment from Panasonic. The company’s recently developed low cost fabrication process was applied successfully for the precise creation of 3D light trapping and light converting nanostructures on a silicon wafer.

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Climate Code Red: Scientists call for war on climate change, but who on earth is listening?

Climate Code Red: Scientists call for war on climate change, but who on earth is listening? | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

When it's too late for half measures, the only option is to be really honest. And that's what a number of brave climate scientists have just done

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Summer 2012 brought record-breaking melt to Greenland

Summer 2012 brought record-breaking melt to Greenland | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

These images compare surface-melt conditions on the Greenland Ice Sheet on July 1, 2012 (left), and July 11, 2012 (right).

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Arctic lost record snow and ice last year as data shows changing climate

Arctic lost record snow and ice last year as data shows changing climate | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Findings from US science agency Noaa suggest widespread and irreversible changes because of a warming climate...In Greenland, virtually the entire ice sheet – 97% – sustained some degree of thawing during a period of a few days in July, including on some of the highest peaks. But greedy fools like Shell still want to drill in the Arctic. Greed makes fools of people, corporations and governments.

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GMO giant hires retired cops to hunt down farmers - Occupy Monsanto

GMO giant hires retired cops to hunt down farmers - Occupy Monsanto | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

 GMO giants DuPont have contracted dozens of retired law enforcement officers to begin patrolling farms in the US next year to spot any potential intellectual property theft. DuPont competitors Monsanto have been known to relentlessly sue small-time farmers who have been caught abusing their own patented GMO products, but the latest maneuver is being considered by some a form of intimidation. Another example of predatory capitalism, abuse of ethics.

 

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Investment in offshore wind better for economy than gas, report shows

Investment in offshore wind better for economy than gas, report shows | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

Substantial deployment of offshore wind by 2030 would boost growth and create 70,000 more jobs than gas...Large-scale investment in offshore wind would generate more wealth for the economy and create more jobs than relying on gas-fired power plants.

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Climate Risks Have Been Deliberately Underestimated for the Last 20 Years

Climate Risks Have Been Deliberately Underestimated for the Last 20 Years | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
The world's most authoritative voice on climate science has consistently understated the rate and intensity of climate change and the danger those impacts represent, say a growing number of studies.
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The world's most authoritative voice on climate science has consistently understated the rate and intensity of climate change and the danger those impacts represent, say a growing number of studies.plus, we see the evil hand of greed of foossil fuels in it What do you think?

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Climate failure from Kyoto to Doha in one simple chart

Climate failure from Kyoto to Doha in one simple chart | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Everything you need to know about 18 years of UN climate conferences in one chart.
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In my opinion, everything you really need to know about the effectiveness of the United Nations' multi-decade efforts to stop climate change can be seen in my chart below. It shows the annual increase in CO2 in the atmosphere along with the annual UN Conference of Parties (COP) climate meetings for each year.

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Astounding Discovery In Mexico: 13 Individuals With Elongated Skulls Stun Archaeologists, Never Seen Before In Region | Science and Technology

Astounding Discovery In Mexico: 13 Individuals With Elongated Skulls Stun Archaeologists, Never Seen Before In Region | Science and Technology | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
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For archaeologists, the discovery is relevant evidence of practices that were not recorded in the old Sonora cultural groups: cranial deformation (frontal occipital) was applied to 13 individuals, and modification by the wear of the side of teeth to give them a “V”.

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Global warming: The longer we wait, the harder it gets

Global warming: The longer we wait, the harder it gets | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Meeting 2-degree warming target requires immediate action By Summit Voice SUMMIT COUNTY — Delaying meaningful action on climate change is tempting, but will likely prove to be very costly in the lo...
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You would need to shut down a coal power plant each week for ten years if you still wanted to reach the two-degree Celsius target,” said IIASA energy program leader Keywan Riahi, who also worked on the study.

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Monsanto Feels Pain in Europe over Roundup Herbicide Dangers

Monsanto Feels Pain in Europe over Roundup Herbicide Dangers | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Monsanto has been put under huge pressure in Europe after a new scientific study was released in Germany last week showing its glyphosate based herbicide Roundup damages beneficial bacteria.
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Monsanto has been put under huge pressure in Europe after a new scientific study was released in Germany last week showing its glyphosate based herbicide Roundup damages beneficial bacteria. As we have been saying for years and as is repressed in corporate MSM.

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Global warming is not due to the sun, confirms leaked IPCC report

Global warming is not due to the sun, confirms leaked IPCC report | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Skeptical Science: Climate sceptics' claims that UN climate science panel's AR5 report show the sun is causing global warming don't stack up
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Climate sceptics' claims that UN climate science panel's AR5 report show the sun is causing global warming don't stack up

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Mystery: Dozen miles of dead squid wash ashore in California — Researchers have no idea why (PHOTO & VIDEO)

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You just see them essentially killing themselves and it’s just really weird to see,” said Hannah Rosen with Hopkins Marine Station. Of course this has nothing to do with climate change....ahum..

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Wind and solar power paired with storage could power grid 99.9 percent of the time

Wind and solar power paired with storage could power grid 99.9 percent of the time | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Renewable energy could fully power a large electric grid 99.9 percent of the time by 2030 at costs comparable to today's electricity expenses, according to new research.
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Renewable energy could fully power a large electric grid 99.9 percent of the time by 2030 at costs comparable to today's electricity expenses, according to new research by the University of Delaware and Delaware Technical Community College.

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World's big trees are dying: Alarming increase in death rates among trees 100-300 years old

World's big trees are dying: Alarming increase in death rates among trees 100-300 years old | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

The largest living organisms on the planet, the big, old trees that harbor and sustain countless birds and other wildlife, are dying. A report by three of the world's leading ecologists in today's issue of the journal Science warns of an alarming increase in deathrates among trees 100-300 years old in many of the world's forests, woodlands, savannahs, farming areas and even in cities.

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Stop Burning Rain Forests for Palm Oil: Scientific American

Stop Burning Rain Forests for Palm Oil: Scientific American | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
The world's growing appetite for cheap palm oil is destroying rain forests and amplifying climate change...Moreover, the denuding of this land through logging and burning releases large quantities of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.
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World on course for catastrophic 6° rise, reveal scientists

World on course for catastrophic 6° rise, reveal scientists | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

The world is now firmly on course for the worst-case scenario in terms of climate change, with average global temperatures rising by up to 6C by the end of the century, leading scientists said yesterday. And this article is from 2009, 3 years later prediction is 60% worse. Sixth extinction in the making..

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CO2 emissions rises mean dangerous climate change now almost certain

CO2 emissions rises mean dangerous climate change now almost certain | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Research by Global Carbon Project says emissions growth placing world on path to warm between 4 and 6C..."I am worried that the risks of dangerous climate change are too high on our current emissions trajectory. We need a radical plan," said co-author Corinne Le Quéré, director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in Britain and professor at the University of East Anglia
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