2016, a possible point of no return

atmospheric carbon dioxide failed to drop below 400 parts per million – long been considered a point of no return for the atmosphere by scientists. 2016 was a milestone year in the continued warming of the planet. From unstable agriculture to the drought in California to melting ice sheets to extreme weather events and heat waves, climate change has disrupted virtually every corner of the world. It’s impossible to exhaustively. . . CONTINUE

Air pollution in Beijing, CHINA at dangerous levels

first Published on Jan 12, 2013 China Smog Creates What Some Call a Kind of Respiratory Nuclear Winter BEIJING — Dec 19, 2016; associated press On Sunday, news websites said the number of children being taken to Beijing hospitals with breathing trouble soared. Photos showed waiting rooms crowded with parents carrying children who wore face masks. Thick, gray smog fell over Beijing on Tuesday, choking China’s capital in a haze. . . CONTINUE

The Arctic is freakishly hot right now

This map shows temperature departures from average. Areas in bright red indicate temperatures of up to 36° hotter than normal. Siberia in pink is abt. 35 degrees below normal.   rawstory.com, DAVID FERGUSON, 11-18-2016 36 degrees above normal Scientists studying Arctic weather patterns say that the region at the top of the world is freakishly hot for this time of year – a whopping 36 degrees F (20 degrees C). . . CONTINUE

Cheaper Energy From Sand – TESS

May 21, 2015; by Flavia Rotondi and Alessandra Migliaccio Italian Company Uses Sun-Heated Sand to Produce Energy Magaldi Group is using sand to produce and store energy in a 100-kilowatt thermal power demonstration plant in Salerno, a short drive from the famous Amalfi Coast. Production is set to start later this year. “If you’ve ever walked on the beach in the sun and burned your feet,” you know how sand. . . CONTINUE

The US Navy sonar plan looses in court

Wednesday, April 15, 2015; By David Henkin On March 31, a federal judge ruled that the National Marine Fisheries Service broke the law when it approved the U.S. Navy’s five-year Pacific weapons testing and training plan. The agency had concluded that the Navy’s [reckless] use of sonar, explosives and vessel strikes would threaten thousands of ocean dwellers with permanent hearing loss, lung damage and death – but approved it anyway.. . . CONTINUE

Cancer Cure Worked

The Cancer Cure That Worked: 50 Years of Suppression – by Barry Lynes Roy Rife Rife with his Microscope A detailed account of Roy Rife’s inventions and discoveries is the subject of The Cancer Cure That Worked. This startling book documents events from 1913 to the time of Rife’s death in 1972. Rife was an optical engineer and technician of great skill. His first success was the building of the. . . CONTINUE

Sea Levels in the Northeast Rose 4-5 Inches In Just 2 Years

TWO-YEAR-LONG sea level rise along N.J. coast an ‘EXTREME’ EVENT, study says. Increased about 12-INCHES over the last 100 years Peter Slovinsky of the Maine Geological Survey has been tracking sea levels for years. He said when considering the sea level has increased about 12-inches over the last 100 years, a five-inch jump in just two years gets your attention. “We had sea levels in the months of December, January,. . . CONTINUE

London, the world’s first ultra low emission zone

London electric bus with mayor

with more than 4,000 people dying from air quality-related illnesses in London every year, the city is proposing a new charge to improve air quality: an Ultra Low Emission Zone. Drivers of the most polluting vehicles will have to pay £12.50 a day in addition to the congestion charge to enter London by 2020 as the mayor bids to improve air quality in the capital. Starting a public consultation today,. . . CONTINUE

The Pole Shift has accelerated

first published on: Jun 4, 2013 updated 2015-11-03 European Space Agency: June 23, 2014 1:15PM ET by Renee Lewis 19 June 2014 The first set of high-resolution results from ESA’s three-satellite Swarm constellation reveals the most recent changes in the magnetic field that protects our planet. Launched in November 2013, Swarm is providing unprecedented insights into the complex workings of Earth’s magnetic field, which safeguards us from the bombarding cosmic. . . CONTINUE

Tesla’s Unk. Manuscript

(Manuscript discovered prior to 2009?) The Unknown Tesla Manuscript Proof of the Ether The 1908 Tunguska Event Unknown Manuscript of Nikola Tesla by Mikhail Shapkin FarShores Note: This is a new and more complete version of the unknown ‘Tesla’ manuscript, transcribed and translated into English by Mikhail using computer software. It replaces the original copy consisting only of Part 1. Editing has been kept to a absolute minimum in order. . . CONTINUE

Solar Power In 2013

India Almost Doubled Its Solar Power In 2013 With Big Plans For More By Ari Phillips on January 21, 2014 India added just over 1 gigawatt of solar energy to its electrical grid last year, a major milestone that nearly doubles the country’s cumulative solar energy capacity to 2.18 gigawatts. After a slow start to the year, solar installation picked up rapidly – a good sign that India will be. . . CONTINUE

Bloom Box: Bloom Energy Powers Big Business with a Box

updated 01-10-2015 posted 03-04-2010 Press Release October 18, 2013 Macy’s, Inc. Installs New Bloom Energy Server in Connecticut 600 kW project will provide clean and uninterruptible power to Macy’s online fulfillment center CHESHIRE, Connecticut – October 18, 2013 – Macy’s, Inc. and Bloom Energy today announced that an innovative and clean electricity generation system has been installed at Macy’s online fulfillment center in Cheshire, CT. The Bloom Energy Servers use. . . CONTINUE

Sudden Climate Changes, Extreme Global Warming

An Earth history of sudden global climate changes. What the scientists found was surprising and unnerving. They had known from previous ice core and ocean sediment core data that Earth’s climate had fluctuated significantly in the past. But what astonished them was the rapidity with which these changes occurred. Ocean and lake sediment data from places such as California, Venezuela, and Antarctica have confirmed that these sudden climate changes affected. . . CONTINUE