Claim: Sea Level Rise will Kill the Internet in Fifteen Years

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A study published by Computer Science Professor Paul Barford claims that critical parts of the Internet will be submerged under rising seas in the next 15 years. Study suggests buried internet infrastructure at risk as sea levels rise July 16, 2018 By Terry Devitt For news media Thousands of miles…

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NEWS FLASH: World’s Library Sabotaged

Commentary by Kip Hansen BREAKING NEWS — SABOTAGE  @ The Library of The World The Library of the World — the greatest collection since the Ancient Library of Alexandria — is the world’s largest and most complete library ever collected —  and which is claimed to hold a nearly complete written record of human knowledge…

More WINNING! NYC climate lawsuit thrown out by Federal judge

By Spencer Walrath Today a U.S. District Judge threw out New York City’s lawsuit against five major energy companies alleging damages relating to climate change. Judge John Keenan wrote in his opinion that, “Global warming and solutions thereto must be addressed by the two other branches of government,” not the judiciary, according to Bloomberg. This major blow…

‘Day Zero’ Wars, and Greening: Africa’s Climate Truth

Guest essay by Vijay Jayaraj It has long been claimed that climate change has been the reason behind the wars and violence in Africa. Even the recent water crisis in Cape Town was blamed on climate change. But is it really so? What if the reality was completely different one? Climate change is real. The…

Rapid cloud clearing phenomenon – another piece of the climate puzzle?

From NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY Rapid cloud clearing phenomenon could provide another piece of climate puzzle Researchers from North Carolina State University have described rapid and dramatic clearing of low cloud cover off the southwest coast of Africa. This newly observed phenomenon could help climatologists understand how clouds affect Earth’s heating and cooling. While reviewing many…