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A warming planet is helping humans - Andrew Bolt

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#auspol A warming planet is helping humans - Matt Ridley says global warming policies are deadlier than global war... http://t.co/ABR5xT7kRC

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Global Warming Credited for Boosting Plant Growth - Newsmax.com

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Global Warming Credited for Boosting Plant Growth Newsmax.com Climate change has blamed for a myriad of planetary ills from floods to droughts, wildfires and tornadoes, but a new Australian study says the increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide is...
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Global warming: The clock is ticking

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The question is: How fast is the planet warming up? The answer: Fast enough that we need to act now.

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The Proof that Global Warming is Here

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In past years the debate over whether global warming was a real concern or not has raged on. Many scientists have protested against the ways that humans continue to live - ways that claim to have a...

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Turn water into fuel - Edward Mitchell to bring Stanley Meyer's Water Fuel Capacitor to life

Turn water into fuel - Edward Mitchell to bring Stanley Meyer's Water Fuel Capacitor to life | Global Warming | Scoop.it

The Water Capacitor turns water into a hydrogen-oxygen gas mixture that can then be used as a fuel for heating, cooking, welding, fixed generators, and powering internal combustion engines.

 

The Water Capacitor will then be incorporated into a kit offered from True Green solutions to individual consumers.

 

The Proof of Principle was demonstrated in Stanley Meyer's original water splitting devices as hydrogen fuel was extracted from water with his Electrical Polarization invention that was documented in his patents through the mode of operability. 

 

Edward Mitchell has already built a working prototype and is now refining the design to be incorporated into a complete Exciter Array (Water Fuel Capacitor(C)) Kit. 


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, May 19, 2013 9:48 AM

Stanley Meyer died an untimely death just after he had secured a $ 5m investment to start commercial production of his super efficient water splitting technology.

Edward Mitchell continued in Meyer's footsteps and is ready to develop a kit. He does need funds to do that. This is his crowdfunding campaign. 

Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, May 23, 2013 6:03 AM

It should work but the question is why are these innovators not upscaling by retrofitting strategy.

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TheScienceRoom » Non-renewable Resources

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Bell Ringer. According to, “Our Choice,” what is the single largest source of man-made pollution? What is one advantage of liquid fuel (oil) over coal? What is the second primary form of energy we use?

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Managing Risk Key To Sustainable Development – Analysis - Eurasia Review

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Managing Risk Key To Sustainable Development – Analysis Eurasia Review Social obstacles such as missing goods and services and no access to formal economic institutions, externalities (the actions of some actors increase risks for others), social...
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Climate change will affect almost every corner of ocean, study says

Climate change will affect almost every corner of ocean, study says | Global Warming | Scoop.it
Seawater is heating up and becoming more acidic, but those are only the first in a cascade of changes the world’s oceans are expected to go through by the end of the century as they respond to greenhouse gas emissions, a new study says.

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Yu's curator insight, October 20, 2013 5:44 PM

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New Study: 'The Positive Externalities of Carbon Dioxide ...

New Study: 'The Positive Externalities of Carbon Dioxide': 'Estimating the Monetary Benefits of Rising Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations on Global Food Production'. Read the Full Article. 'The results indicate that the annual ...
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Global Warming is now Climate Change? What changed?

Global Warming is now Climate Change? What changed? | Global Warming | Scoop.it
"Poor little guy is running out of ice!" Is Global warming really taking place? Why did the leaders in this 'science' feel the need to change the key wording from 'global warming' to the new and im...

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IBM Solar Collector Harnesses the Power of 2,000 Suns

IBM Solar Collector Harnesses the Power of 2,000 Suns | Global Warming | Scoop.it
IBM's High Concentration Photovoltaic Thermal system will be able to concentrate light to the power of 2,000 suns while also providing fresh water and cool air.

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Global warming is already causing animals to evolve

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Biologist Michael White of the Washington University School of Medicine said animals such as chipmunks (pictured) are adapting to changing temperatures.

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Google Visualizes Massive Changes To The Face Of The Earth With New Timelapse Project

Google Visualizes Massive Changes To The Face Of The Earth With New Timelapse Project | Global Warming | Scoop.it
A lot can change in 28 years, and Google has put together a very graphic demonstration of just how much can happen geographically with a new effort that combines global, annual Landsat satellite image composites with its Google Earth Engine software.

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Fossil fuels need to stay unburned to meet climate target | News ...

Fossil fuels need to stay unburned to meet climate target | News ... | Global Warming | Scoop.it
Most known reserves of fossil fuels will need to stay unburned to stop temperatures rising beyond a United Nations target that seeks to curb climate-change...

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If We Burn All the Fossil Fuels

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Basically, if we burn all the fossil fuels, we're all going down and taking the rest of the species on the planet with us, and we really will be the dumbest smart species ever to cause our own extinction.

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The New Climate Economics by Felipe Calderón and Nicholas Stern - Project Syndicate

The New Climate Economics by Felipe Calderón and Nicholas Stern - Project Syndicate | Global Warming | Scoop.it
Climate scientists are now more than 95% certain that human activity – largely the combustion of fossil fuels – is causing temperatures and sea levels to rise.
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What Should Be Done About Global Warming? - Wall Street Journal

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There's a consensus among leading scientists that global warming is caused by human activity


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UN's Final Verdict: Humans Caused Global Warming | TalkingPointsMemo.com

UN's Final Verdict: Humans Caused Global Warming | TalkingPointsMemo.com | Global Warming | Scoop.it

Scientists can now say with extreme confidence that human activity is the dominant cause of the global warming observed since the 1950s, a new report by an international scientific group said Friday.

 

Calling man-made warming "extremely likely," the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change used the strongest words yet on the issue as it adopted its assessment on the state of the climate system.

 

In its previous assessment, in 2007, the U.N.-sponsored panel said it was "very likely" that global warming was man-made.

 

One of the most controversial subjects in the report was how to deal with a purported slowdown in warming in the past 15 years. Climate skeptics say this "hiatus" casts doubt on the scientific consensus on climate change.

 

Many governments had objections over how the issue was treated in earlier drafts and some had called for it to be deleted altogether.

 

In the end, the IPCC made only a brief mention of the issue in the summary for policymakers, stressing that short-term records are sensitive to natural variability and don't in general reflect long-term trends.

 

"An old rule says that climate-relevant trends should not be calculated for periods less than around 30 years," said Thomas Stocker, co-chair of the group that wrote the report.

 

Many scientists say the purported slowdown reflects random climate fluctuations and an unusually hot year, 1998, picked as a starting point for charting temperatures. Another leading hypothesis is that heat is settling temporarily in the oceans, but that wasn't included in the summary.

 

Stocker said there wasn't enough literature on "this emerging question."

 

The IPCC said the evidence of climate change has grown thanks to more and better observations, a clearer understanding of the climate system and improved models to analyze the impact of rising temperatures.

 

"Our assessment of the science finds that the atmosphere and ocean have warmed, the amount of snow and ice has diminished, the global mean sea level has risen and the concentrations of greenhouse gases have increased," said Qin Dahe, co-chair of the working group that wrote the report.

 

The full 2,000-page report isn't going to be released until Monday, but the summary for policymakers with the key findings was published Friday. It contained few surprises as many of the findings had been leaked in advance.

 

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Yu's curator insight, October 20, 2013 5:45 PM

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Sustainability in the Global Marketplace: Our Global Future in the Anthropocene - Triple Pundit

Sustainability in the Global Marketplace: Our Global Future in the Anthropocene - Triple Pundit | Global Warming | Scoop.it
Triple Pundit Sustainability in the Global Marketplace: Our Global Future in the Anthropocene Triple Pundit Models of operations must consider closed-loop models bound by finite resources and places a value on natural capital, in part by pricing...
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