Environmental 10 articles

Solar Power Solves Bipartisan Skirmish

The subject of climate change makes some people hot under the collar. Solving the problem of global warming is a favorite Democratic platform plank these days. The discussion is not as modern as you might think, though. For the past 80 years, scientists have been tracking carbon dioxide (CO2) levels around the world. A  BBC […]

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Bees Replaced by Robots

How’s this for a horror story concept: Evil Corporation kills all the bees and then manufactures patented artificial robotic bees to serve as pollinators – but incapable of producing their famous byproduct and benefit: honey.     Does that thought send shivers down your spine? The bad news is that this horror story is reality […]

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The War on Victory Gardensl

Let’s talk for a moment about the war on American gardeners and gardens. Did you know that growing your food is illegal in more and more places in the United States? Consider the exclusive community of Miami Shores, Florida, which declared residential gardens off-limits to edible plants, but will allow ornamentals and fruit trees. In […]

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Straw Law to Save the Planet?

There’s a classic line from the classic movie “Casablanca” uttered by cafe owner Rick (Humphrey Bogart): “Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.” You Might Like Pardon the paraphrase, but regarding California’s proposed new misdemeanor law that would impose fines on sit-down restaurant servers who […]

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Crop Circle Truths Arise – Part 1

Perhaps the most intriguing of all unexplained mysteries here on Gaia (Earth) is the phenomenon we call crop circles. They are beautiful, sometimes complex, sometimes simple, and always mysterious. Crop Circle (2001) at Milk Hill, Wiltshire, England – 780 feet, 409 circles In case you didn’t know, a crop circle is a sizable pattern created […]

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California Mudslides and Agenda 2030

California just can’t get a break. After two sets of fires ravaged the central winery and more southernly Santa Barbara areas, heavy rains before dawn on January 9, 2018 – perhaps the strongest in seven years – have produced devastating mudslides. The Golden State has seen this pattern before: unseasonably dry weather strengthening fire damage […]

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The Buzz on Honey Bees

What’s the buzz on honey bees these days? Are they still on the verge of extinction, threatening human existence, or what? The short answer is that bee populations are declining at an alarming rate. This modern phenomenon was first acknowledged publicly over ten years ago. You Might Like In September 2007, Popular Science reported: “Between 50% […]

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The Cold Truth About Global Warming

There is a deep, dark secret about global warming that very few people talk about, yet every credible scientist knows: Our climate data doesn’t go back far enough to draw any conclusions about today’s global weather patterns. Humans have only been collecting meteorological records for some hundreds of years. In geological time (the earth’s lifespan, […]

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