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How the US military is preparing for climate change war

Source: SBS.AU The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just completed a series of landmark reports that chronicle an update to the current state of consensus science on climate change. In a...

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16. 08. 2013
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Military Contractors See Climate Change|Civil Unrest as Good for Business

Military Contractors See Climate Change|Civil Unrest as Good for Business

Source: Takepart There are a million ways to make a buck these days and no one ever suggested that cashing in on real life disasters wasn’t fair game, as long as the bigger...

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07. 08. 2013
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The Battle for Water

The Battle for Water

Source: Project Syndicate The sharpening international geopolitical competition over natural resources has turned some strategic resources into engines of power struggle. Transnational water resources have become an especially active source of competition and...

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04. 08. 2013
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Climate Change Could Increase Armed Conflicts By 50 Percent Worldwide

Climate Change Could Increase Armed Conflicts By 50 Percent Worldwide

Source: Smithsonian Climate change isn’t just affecting the natural world. Researchers have long understood that rising levels of greenhouse gas emissions will also have cascading ramifications on the dynamics of human society, whether...

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27. 04. 2013
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We tried to weaponize the weather

We tried to weaponize the weather

Source: Salon The years between the first hydrogen bomb tests and the Limited Test Ban Treaty in 1963 saw more than just increased anxiety about the effects of nuclear testing on weather. They...

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23. 02. 2012
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Mystery booms: The source of a worldwide sonic enigma

Mystery booms: The source of a worldwide sonic enigma

ONE Saturday morning in 2010, Jody Smith, a resident of Carolina Beach in North Carolina, was disturbed by an extraordinary booming sound. She wasn’t alone: as she rushed out into the street, she...

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06. 02. 2012
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Bill Gates backs climate scientists lobbying for large-scale geoengineering

Bill Gates backs climate scientists lobbying for large-scale geoengineering

Public funding = global climate change tax = tax the middle class and poor. Everyone has a conflict of interest when Fat Cats are influencing research with large injections of cash.   A...

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27. 01. 2012
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Globalist Carnegie Institution for Science study finds sunshade geoengineering could improve crop yields

Globalist Carnegie Institution for Science study finds sunshade geoengineering could improve crop yields

In the face of potentially catastrophic effects on global food production, some have proposed drastic solutions to counteract climate change such as reflecting sunlight away from the Earth. A new study from the...

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12. 01. 2012
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South Africa weather forecasters threatened with jail if predictions wrong

South Africa weather forecasters threatened with jail if predictions wrong

If you are a credible scientist and do not agree with climate change/ global warming, will they go to jail? -Douglas   Independent forecasters have been told they could be imprisoned for up...

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01. 01. 2012
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Ohio suspends well operations after series of small quakes

Ohio suspends well operations after series of small quakes

Ohio has suspended operations at five deep-well hazardous fluid disposal sites after a series of 11 earthquakes in Youngstown last year including one on Saturday with a magnitude of 4.0, officials said on...

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30. 12. 2011
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Hurricanes and typhoons may trigger major earthquakes

Hurricanes and typhoons may trigger major earthquakes

Hurricanes and typhoons could contribute to other natural disasters that occur long after the rain and winds subside. A new study led by University of Miami (UM) scientist Shimon Wdowinski finds a link...

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15. 11. 2011
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A New Intelligence Org on Climate Change is Needed, DSB Says

A New Intelligence Org on Climate Change is Needed, DSB Says

The U.S. intelligence community needs an organization that can assess the impacts of climate change on U.S. national security interests in an open and collaborative manner, according to a new report from the...

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11. 10. 2011
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Billionaires get ‘tax break’ for private jets

Almost 200 corporate jet owners, from oil company ExxonMobil to Starbucks and Iceland Foods, will be awarded free permits to compensate them for the new expense of Europe’s carbon trading scheme for aircraft....

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06. 10. 2011
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Big names behind US push for geoengineering: climate remediation???

UK scientists last week “postponed” one of the world’s first attempts to physically manipulate the upper atmosphere to cool the planet…. Just days after the British got cold feet, the Washington-based thinktank the...

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05. 10. 2011
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Finland Aurora Borealis

Finland Aurora Borealis

Every so often you should take a few minutes to step back away from all the chaos in the world. I enjoyed the video, so I hope you do as well. –Douglas Aurora...

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25. 09. 2011
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War of words over global warming as Nobel laureate resigns in protest

 Douglas: The Human activities drastically changing the environment are perpetrated by corporations and governments: genetically modified organisms, Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, Deepwater Horizon BP oil spill, Hydraulic fracturing, pharmaceutics,  and war. The...

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24. 09. 2011
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Widespread power blackout hits much of Chile

 Douglas: The oscillating problems associated with blackouts are always the same: down power lines, computer error, one man replacing electrical equipment , etc… 56% of Chile’s population lost power then hours later  90%...

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22. 09. 2011
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At CIA, Climate Change is a Secret

When the Central Intelligence Agency established a Center on Climate Change and National Security in 2009, it drew fierce opposition from congressional Republicans who disputed the need for an intelligence initiative on this...

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19. 09. 2011
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Tsunami attacking in Minami-Sanriku

Tsunami attacking in Minami-Sanriku

  >>Source: Youtube  Douglas: This definitely gives you a perspective of how powerful mother nature can be. If you watch closely, you can observe automobiles driving on the streets of Minami-Sanriku before the...

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09. 09. 2011
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Geo-engineering the Planet:The Experiments Commence

Next month a team of UK researchers will hoist one end of a 1-kilometre-long hose aloft using a balloon, then attempt to pump water up it and spray it into the atmosphere (>>:...

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26. 08. 2011
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Idaho fire prompts evacuation of nuclear facility

Idaho fire prompts evacuation of nuclear facility

The growth and intensity of the blaze, the nation’s largest active wildfire, prompted the Idaho National Laboratory to order a key facility on the 890-square-mile site evacuated of all nonessential personnel, lab officials...

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25. 08. 2011
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Scientists find underground river beneath Amazon

Scientists find underground river beneath Amazon

Brazilian scientists have discovered an underground river some 4,000 meters (13,000) feet deep, which flows from west to east like the country’s famous waterway. A statement this week from Brazil’s National Observatory named...

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23. 08. 2011
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2 nuclear reactors taken offline after Va. quake

2 nuclear reactors taken offline after Va. quake

Federal officials say two nuclear reactors at the North Anna Power Station in Louisa County, Va., were automatically taken off line by safety systems around the time of the earthquake. The Dominion-operated power...

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18. 08. 2011
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Marijuana DNA Sequenced by Startup

Marijuana DNA Sequenced by Startup

Kevin McKernan was leading Life Technologies Corp. (LIFE)’s Ion Torrent DNA-sequencing research when a new business opportunity caught his eye: marijuana. A year later, McKernan, 38, has quit his job, formed a startup...

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17. 08. 2011
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Black Death study lets rats off the hook

Black Death study lets rats off the hook

Rats weren’t the carriers of the plague after all. A study by an archaeologist looking at the ravages of the Black Death in London, in late 1348 and 1349, has exonerated the most...

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19. 07. 2011
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NZ quake exposes possible Israeli spy ring

NZ quake exposes possible Israeli spy ring

One of the victims of the February earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand may have been an Israeli spy, according to a report in The Southland Times. The man, Ofer Benyamin Mizrahi, 24, was...

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12. 07. 2011
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THE GREAT DROUGHT OF 2011 Is America’s Worst Since The Dust Bowl

THE GREAT DROUGHT OF 2011 Is America’s Worst Since The Dust Bowl

Fourteen states are suffering from a drought so early and severe that it’s already causing comparisons with the dust bowl years of the 1930’s. According to a story in The New York Times,...

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08. 07. 2011
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Second world war bombers changed the weather

Second world war bombers changed the weather

Allied bombing raids during the second world war inadvertently experimented on the weather by producing huge contrails over south-east England. A study of one 1944 raid offers a rare opportunity to check our...

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06. 07. 2011
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Climate change will increase threat of war

Climate change will increase threat of war

Climate change will lead to an increased threat of wars, violence and military action against the UK, and risks reversing the progress of civilisation, the energy and climate secretary Chris Huhne will say...

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20. 06. 2011
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Artificial meat could slice emissions, say scientists

Artificial meat could slice emissions, say scientists

Meat grown artificially in labs will be a greener alternative for consumers who can’t bear to go vegetarian but want to cut the environmental impact of their food, according to new research. The...

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15. 06. 2011
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Climate change panel in hot water again over ‘biased’ energy report

Climate change panel in hot water again over ‘biased’ energy report

The world’s foremost authority on climate change used a Greenpeace campaigner to help write one of its key reports, which critics say made misleading claims about renewable energy, The Independent has learnt. The...

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14. 06. 2011
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Humans Spew More Carbon Dioxide than All of Earth’s Volcanoes

Humans Spew More Carbon Dioxide than All of Earth’s Volcanoes

Explosive volcanic eruptions might be attention grabbing, but a new review of research finds that their environmental impact pales in comparison to human activities. According to the research, humans put out the same...

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01. 06. 2011
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China land deal causes unease in Argentina

China land deal causes unease in Argentina

Last year it was confirmed that the company had signed an agreement, with the government of Patagonia’s Río Negro province, which provides the framework for it to acquire up to 320,000 hectares (790,000...

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12. 05. 2011
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Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Debacle

Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Debacle

Nuclear fuel at Fukushima No. 1 reactor melted after full exposure Water inside the troubled No. 1 reactor of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was at an unexpectedly low level, not enough...

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09. 05. 2011
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Fukushima’s No. 1 reactor building radiation up to 700 millisieverts

Fukushima’s No. 1 reactor building radiation up to 700 millisieverts

The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant found that the radiation level of the building housing the troubled No. 1 reactor stood at up to 700 millisieverts per hour, the government’s...

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08. 05. 2011
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Sick fish in Gulf are alarming scientists

Sick fish in Gulf are alarming scientists

Scientists are alarmed by the discovery of unusual numbers of fish in the Gulf of Mexico and inland waterways with skin lesions, fin rot, spots, liver blood clots and other health problems. “It’s...

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07. 05. 2011
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US nuclear units monitor rising Mississippi River

US nuclear units monitor rising Mississippi River

Nuclear power-plant operatorsare monitoring forecasts for the rising waters of the Mississippi River and preparing to shut plants later in themonth if flooding threatens access to sites or operation of plant safety systems,...

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27. 04. 2011
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Great Central U.S. ShakeOut

Great Central U.S. ShakeOut

2011 Great Central U.S. ShakeOut on April 28 at 10:15 a.m.! >> shakeout.org Phantom Report: New Madrid Seismic Zone

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18. 04. 2011
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The Mountain

  The Mountain from TSO Photography on Vimeo.

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17. 04. 2011
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Radioactivity rises again in sea near No.2 reactor

Radioactivity rises again in sea near No.2 reactor

The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant says levels of radioactive substances in seawater have risen again near the water intake of its No.2 reactor. The Tokyo Electric Power Company,...

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12. 04. 2011
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Japan raises nuclear crisis to same level as Chernobyl

Japan raises nuclear crisis to same level as Chernobyl

Japan raised the severity of its nuclear crisis to the highest level on Tuesday, putting it on a par with the world’s worst nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in 1986. An official at Japan’s...

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11. 04. 2011
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Climate change ‘will increase heart deaths’

Climate change ‘will increase heart deaths’

Many more people will die of heart problems as global warming continues, experts are warning. Climate extremes of hot and cold will become more common and this will put strain on people’s hearts,...

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08. 04. 2011
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The vast field of debris from Japan earthquake and tsunami that’s floating towards U.S. West Coast

A vast field of debris, swept out to sea following the Japan earthquake and tsunami, is floating towards the U.S. West Coast, it emerged today. More than 200,000 buildings were washed out by...

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30. 03. 2011
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Fukushima disaster: Japan fishermen brace for the worse

Fukushima disaster: Japan fishermen brace for the worse

The small port of Shin Futsu sits on the edge of Tokyo Bay, about a two hour drive from the capital. It is about 200km (124 miles) down the coast from the Fukushima...

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29. 03. 2011
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This man predicted the Japan quake

This man predicted the Japan quake

A Japanese academic has claimed he knew a big earthquake would hit Japan, days before the tragedy struck on March 11. The University of Electro-Communications’ emeritus professor Masashi Hayakawa said he also saw...

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28. 03. 2011
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Aurora borealis lights up the sky like psychedelic fire

Aurora borealis lights up the sky like psychedelic fire

The Aurora from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo.   >> IO9 Phantom Report: Absolutely incredible!

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27. 03. 2011
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Japan says very high radiation reading at reactor was wrong

Japan says very high radiation reading at reactor was wrong

The operator of Japan’s stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant said on Monday a very high radiation reading that had sent workers fleeing the No. 2 reactor was erroneous. Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)...

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22. 03. 2011
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Algae bloom 50 miles long found off Cornwall and Devon

Algae bloom 50 miles long found off Cornwall and Devon

A 50-mile-long algae bloom has been discovered off the southern coast of Cornwall and Devon. Scientists at the laboratory discovered the bloom, and another off South East Ireland, using satellite images >> BBC...

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22. 03. 2011
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Pentagon weighs pullout from Japan hot zone

Pentagon weighs pullout from Japan hot zone

The Defense Department was considering Monday night ordering the mandatory departure of all American military personnel and their families from the areas of Japan threatened by radiation. The government considered such an order...

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17. 03. 2011
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Virus Identified in Rural China Kills 30% of Victims, May be Tick-Borne

Virus Identified in Rural China Kills 30% of Victims, May be Tick-Borne

A fever-triggering illness that has killed about 30 percent of infected patients in rural China has been traced to a new virus. Researchers, who designated the culprit as the SFTS bunyavirus, believe the...

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15. 03. 2011
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Japan quake shifts Antarctic glacier

Japan quake shifts Antarctic glacier

The major earthquake that hit Japan on Friday caused a massive ice stream in Antarctica to momentarily speed up. As the surface seismic waves generated by the quake travelled around the world, they...

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13. 03. 2011
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Poisoned fish: An old mercury mine taints California waters

Poisoned fish: An old mercury mine taints California waters

The New Idria mercury mine in remote San Benito County was shuttered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 1972 because of pollution from piles of mine waste and the site’s towering  blast...

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12. 03. 2011
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Huge blast at Japan nuclear power plant

Huge blast at Japan nuclear power plant

The blast raised fears of a meltdown at the facility north of Tokyo as officials scrambled to contain what could be the worst nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl explosion in 1986 that shocked...

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11. 03. 2011
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Japan to Evacuate Residents Near Nuke Plant

Japan to Evacuate Residents Near Nuke Plant

Japan ordered thousands of residents near a nuclear power plant to evacuate on Friday following a massive earthquake that caused a problem in the plant’s cooling system. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said...

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27. 02. 2011
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Can Geoengineering Save the World from Global Warming?

Can Geoengineering Save the World from Global Warming?

Is manipulating Earth’s environment to combat climate change a good idea and where, exactly, did the idea come from? Geo-scale engineering projects were conducted by both the U.S. and the Soviet Union between...

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24. 02. 2011
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Mega-drought threat to US Southwest

Mega-drought threat to US Southwest

Mega-drought threat to US Southwest

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