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Are you interested in becoming an organizer in your area?
Yes
Tell us about your experience with alternative energy:
I have been involved in Solar Hydrogen (education, engineering R&D) for ten years, and hope it goes on for much longer and becomes more and more interesting. I hope to get involved in a utility-scale renewable power project in the near future. With a dedication to purpose, a strong sense of true positive progression, I am confident I'll continue to promote and make contributions towards a fossil fuel-free Civilization.

Please visit the EcoSoul website. I am currently one of their ardent supporters:

http://www.ecosoul.org
What excites you about this campaign?
The simplicity of the idea and the will to implement it. The possibility of a sustainable civilization in my lifetime excites me the most.

The "Green Revolution" will revitalize both Civilization and the Planet's EcoSystem. Wall Street's lending and investment institutions will have to choose between going the way of the Dinosaurs or evolving and embracing the rapidly approaching Green Revolution. Go Big or Go Home, yes?
What do you want to do to help?
I would like to continue actively promoting both Wind and Solar Hydrogen technologies....with the intent of convincing the Public that they are viable and mature technologies and are ready for implementation.

In throwing my hat in the ring, I am committing myself to helping to transition the U.S. to a completely sustainable and non-polluting Hydrogen Economy. Implementing a "New Energy Economy" today is also a matter of political will and not solely technology.
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My Mission Statement:

I'm an H2 Educator/Aero-Mechanical Engineer-Scientist interested in joining either a large-scale renewable energy project or R&D effort. I want to continue transforming myself from an aero-mechanical engineer into an "Energy Systems Engineer/Engineering Manager." In so doing, I hope my efforts will help usher in a non-polluting and sustainable Hydrogen Economy.
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'There is cause for guarded optimism. If you look at it historically, the rise of environmental consciousness has been extremely rapid. We're only 40 years into it. The trouble is, the environment has been going downhill far faster.'

--Dr. Paul Ehrlich
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"Without energy there is no economy. Without climate there is no environment. Without economy and environment there's no material well-being, there's no civil society, there's no personal or national or international security. And the problem is that the way we've been getting the energy our economies need is wrecking the climate that our environment needs. That is the essence of the problem."
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-John Holdren
Director, Woods H*** Research Center
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The Consequences of a Petroleum Economy::

1 barrel of oil yields 19.5 to 28 gallons of gasoline (87 octane). One gallon of gasoline, when combusted in an internal combustion engine, yields about 19.6 lbs of carbon dioxide; a greenhouse gas that contributes to Global Warming. So, the use of a barrel of oil for gasoline purposes yields between 382.2 lbs to 548.8 lbs of CO2 to the Planet's atmosphere.--when that gasoline is combusted in an internal combustion engine with standard emission controls.
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References:
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http://www.climatecrisis.net/takeaction/carboncalculator/howitwasca...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_dioxide
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emission_standard
http://www.energyandcapital.com/peakoilclock/?request=peakoilclock
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I LEAVE IT TO YOU TO CHECK MY REFERENCES, DO THE CALCULATION OF REALTIME CO2 GENERATION VIA THE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE, THE HUMAN CONTRIBUTION TO THE CO2 PORTION OF THE PLANET'S ATMOSPHERE, AND THUS CIVILIZATION'S CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL WARMING.
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With the new fleet of satellites, we will soon know more about Civilization's "carbon footprint" and the ability of the Planet to accommodate it.
http://www.reuters.com/article/latestCrisis/idUSN29296632
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Check your carbon footprint here:
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http://www.terrapass.com/carbon-footprint-calculator
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Check the Various Carbon Dioxide Emissions Clocks:
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http://www.co2clock.org/methodology.html
http://zfacts.com/p/640.html
http://sj-climateclock.org
http://www.poodwaddle.com/clocks3.htm
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Human-made greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the single most important man-made greenhouse gas in the atmosphere. Since the industrial revolution CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions have been increasing. There may be a carbon dioxide “tipping point” after which it may be impossible to reverse the trend.
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Past Levels of Carbon Dioxide
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The World Meteorological Organization’s bulletin “The State of Greenhouse Gases in the Atmosphere using Global Observations through 2006” states, “For about 10,000 years before the industrial revolution, the atmospheric abundance of CO2 was nearly constant at 280 ppm”.
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Present Levels of Carbon Dioxide
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David Adam, writing in The Guardian (UK), (“World carbon dioxide levels highest for 650,000 years”, May 13, 2008), states, “Scientists at the Mauna Loa observatory in Hawaii say that CO2 levels in the atmosphere now stand at 387 parts per million (ppm), up almost 40% since the industrial revolution.” This increase in carbon dioxide corresponds to an increase in world temperature levels. The United Nations Environment Programme, on its “Observed Climate Trends” website says, “The mean global surface temperature has increased by about 0.3 to 0.6°C since the late 19th century and by about 0.2 to 0.3°C over the last 40 years, which is the period with most reliable data. Recent years have been among the warmest since 1860.”
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Carbon Dioxide Tipping Point
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Neither the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) nor any national environmental agency has set a definitive figure as a carbon tipping point. Some environmental scientists and organizations have zoned in on various concentrations of carbon dioxide as significant.
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* Dr. Malte Meinshausen, in “Emission pathways and concentration levels under a 2 degrees Celcius climate target” (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, 2007) argues that levels under 400ppm CO2 give the best chance of limiting the increase in world temperature to 2 degrees Celsius, while anything higher makes catastrophic rises more likely.
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* Professor Johan Rockström, Executive Director of the Stockholm Environmental Institute said (June 23, 2008), “The CO2 threshold under discussion is too high. Today, the scientific community has a pretty clear picture of how much CO2 our atmosphere can sustain, and there is growing evidence that 350 PPM should be our target, rather than 450 PPM."
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* “Scenarios of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Atmospheric Concentrations” released by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program (CCSP) in July 2007 predicts, “As a result, global CO2 emissions more than triple between 2000 and 2100, and emissions are rising at the end of the twenty-first century in all three reference scenarios.”
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Environmental Doomsday Clock
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If carbon dioxide and temperature levels begin to force the release of naturally trapped carbon dioxide from carbon sinks such as forests and permafrost, or limit the ability of nature to absorb carbon dioxide in the oceans, the planet will face its environmental doomsday clock. There are signs that this may be already occurring.
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* In The Times (UK), (May 18, 2007), Lewis Smith reports, “Researchers have found that the Southern Ocean is absorbing an ever-decreasing proportion of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The excess carbon, which cannot be absorbed by the oceans, will remain in the atmosphere and accelerate global warming, they said.”
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* The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report titled “The Amazon's Vicious Cycles: Drought and Fire in the Greenhouse” says, "Global warming may lead to the displacement of large areas of eastern and central Amazon forest, reinforcing a drying trend.”
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Because there is no definitive figure for a carbon dioxide tipping point, it is important that the world should strive to keep the atmospheric carbon dioxide level as low as possible. The best way to achieve this would be a move away from fossil and atomic fuels to "renewable energies."
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Stablization and Peak Targets: Understanding CO2 Numbers
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The difference between greenhouse gas (GHG) stabilization levels and GHG peak targets is one we've failed to adequately explain.
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Stabilization levels are our long-term goals: when Jim Hansen says we need a concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of no more than 350 ppm, he's discussing where we need to end up in a certain time frame (many use the time frame 2050 or 2100 -- I'm not sure what Hansen's time frame here is). Though we're already over that level, with concerted effort and widespread innovation, we could bring CO2 concentrations down.
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Peak target is another kind of measurement, a threshold above which we shouldn't stray. The consensus opinion here seems to be hovering around 450 ppm: meaning that if we exceed that amount of CO2 (and other GHGs) in the atmosphere, we're running serious risk of quickly crossing catastrophic tipping points.
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I imagine an engine. For optimal performance and longevity, we should only run it so fast. It can be run faster, but wear and tear (and the possibility of break down) increase rapidly the longer we run it at faster speeds. Some speeds, however, are just too fast: above those speeds, we're likely to just burn the engine out altogether.
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Stabilization level is the fastest speed at which we believe we can safely run the engine over time: peak target is the red zone, the speed at which the engine should never go.
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--Alex Steffen
www.globalchanging.com
January 3, 2008
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Beginning of the End of the Large Carbon Footprint XMESS

Folks,

We can talk the talk but now we REALLY need to walk the walk...a truly green holiday season might just be the way to go. Perhaps the best gift to the Planet we could give is .....G-R-E-E-N:
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Lyrics: "Take Our Planet Back" by will i am
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Al Gore: Today, I challenge our nation to commit to producing 100% of our electricity from renewable energy and truly clean carbon-free sources within 10 years.

Calling all the leaders to lead us out the h***
Asking all deceivers the things I want to know

If we’re so technological
Why’re we still burning oil

‘Cause I got a car you plug into the wall that’s faster than a GTO

We shot for the stars, put rovers on Mars, make planes like UFOs

So why are we borrowin’ money from China to buy oil from the Gulf and destroyin’ the world

Al Gore: Every bit of that has to change…

Now that’s got to change
Now that’s got to change

(Chorus x3)
We’ll stand up
We’ll stand up and take our planet back
You and me

We’ll stand up
We’ll stand up and take our planet back

Talkin’ ‘bout we

Talkin’ ‘bout we

Talkin’ ‘bout

Calling all the citizens
(Al Gore: Citizens…)
Citizens of the land

Ask you your politicians
(Al Gore: Political Leaders…)
All these questions

If we fight another war on terror
Why aren’t we fighting for the environment

We spend a billion dollars on wars in foreign lands
But nothin’ on education

Nikola Tesla turned the Niagara Falls into energy way back when
(Al Gore: Energy…)

And we’re still burning coal
(Al Gore: Coal…)
When you can make electricity with solar and wind
(Al Gore: Solar and wind…)

Now who’s getting played?
You and me

And who’s getting paid?

(Chorus x3)
We’ll stand up
We’ll stand up and take our planet back
You and me

We’ll stand up
We’ll stand up and take our planet back

Talkin’ ‘bout we

Talkin’ ‘bout we, we, we, we

I’m askin’ all the citizens to take action
(Al Gore: Citizens…)
Take action and take back the government
Tell the government to start taxin’ pollution
Makin’ laws ‘cause that’s the solution
It should be against the law to make pollution
So if they make products that do what the other products do
But they didn’t pollute, what are you gonna choose?

Al Gore:
We should tax what we burn, not what we earn.
To those who say the challenge is not politically viable
I suggest they go before the American people and try to defend the status quo
And then bear witness to the people’s appetite for dramatic change
The time is now.
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'We should tax what we burn and not what we earn.'
--ex-VP and Nobel Laureate, Al Gore

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Cliff Notes on Global Warming and Carbon Dioxide ("CO2"):
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If the Earth's atmosphere received no more Greenhouse Gases (CO2, Methane, etc) now, it STILL would take about 1000 years for the rate of increase in the Earth's average temperature to zero out.
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On a time scale of several thousand years, it is estimated that about 90% of human generated CO2 emissions will end up in the ocean
--Christopher Sabine, NOAA
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"The ocean has removed 48% of the CO2 we have released into the atmosphere from burning fossil fuels and cement manufacturing," said Christopher Sabine, of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Noaa) in Seattle, US.

"If the ocean had not removed 118 billion metric tonnes of carbon between 1800 and 1994, the CO2 level in the atmosphere would be about 55 parts per million greater than currently observed."

Sea chemistry

This may have slowed global warming, but it also led to a change in seawater chemistry.

According to Richard Feely, of NOAA, and his colleagues, that might make life pretty hard for some shell-forming marine animals.

Corals, pteropod molluscs and some plankton (single celled organisms) pull carbonate ions from the seawater to produce their calcium carbonate shells.


The 10-year survey was an international effort
But, as the CO2 concentrations in the water increase, the carbonate ion concentrations decrease.

This means the animals lack the materials with which to build their shells.

And in areas where CO2 concentrations are particularly high, Professor Feely's team claim, the animal's shells can actually begin to dissolve.

"Based on our present knowledge, it appears that as seawater CO2 levels rise, the skeletal growth rates of calcareous plankton will be reduced - as a result of the effects of CO2 on calcification," said co-author Victoria Fabry, of California State University, US.

Patchy distribution

This effect is not witnessed uniformly throughout the oceans, however.

The survey has revealed that dissolved CO2 levels are rather patchy.

Because CO2 gets into the water by gas exchange at the surface - and because oceans tend to mix rather slowly - most CO2 is found near the top of the ocean, or in seas that are quite shallow.

"About half of the anthropogenic CO2 (i.e. produced by human activity) taken up over the last 200 years can be found in the upper 10% of the ocean," said Professor Sabine.

That means shelled creatures that live in surface waters at higher latitudes may have the most trouble.

At the moment the oceans house a mere third of the CO2 that they could. Again, that is because our seas are "stirred" very slowly. So deep layers of water, which will eventually reach the surface, are far from being saturated.

"On the time scale of several thousand years, it is estimated that about 90% of the anthropogenic CO2 emissions will end up in the ocean," said Professor Sabine.

But the key word here is "thousands" of years. In the shorter term, as the surface waters become more saturated, the ocean may become a less efficient sink for CO2.

Just what that will mean for the Earth's climate, and for the marine ecosystem, is not quite clear yet.

Professor Sabine said: "Future studies of the carbon system in the oceans should be designed to identify and assess these feedback mechanisms [so that we can] determine the ocean's future role as a sink for CO2".
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Sampling device, copyright Science
Sampling package used to collect water samples for the global carbon dioxide survey
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A Swiss team unveiled a new version of their unique solar aircraft Wednesday and is planning to complete their first round-the-world solar flight next year.

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Solar Impulse 2 is the successor to Solar Impulse, which completed a trip across the US last year.

The new…

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Keystone XL Pipeline (Proposed) Project & the Alberta Tar Sands

An aerial view of the Alberta tar sands development (The Pembina Institute/Chris Evans)

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Posted on March 22, 2014 at 10:58pm

3-Yr Anniversary of Fukushima Nuclear Planet Killer Event; Civilization's Worst Nuclear Disaster..so far...



HAPPY 3rd ANNIVERSARY Fukushima! With about 250,000 more to Come! What Hath Man Wrought?

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Posted on March 11, 2014 at 10:23pm

The World's Largest Solar Plant (392MW Total, CSP-based) Started Creating Electricity Today



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Take 300,000 computer-controlled mirrors, each 7 feet high and 10 feet wide. Control them with…

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Posted on February 14, 2014 at 7:03pm

Planet Earth is YOU!

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Posted on February 12, 2014 at 2:13am

Fukushima, Keystone XL Pipeline, TPP-Trifecta of an Impending Human-Induced Environmental Apocalypse

Fukushima Mitigation/Remediation Status:

Tokyo Electric Power Co. ("TEPCO"), operator of the wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant, is considering spending about 2.67 trillion yen ($25.6 billion) on strategic investments through partnerships as it seeks to move beyond the Fukushima disaster.

Of the planned investments, the utility known as Tepco plans to borrow 2 trillion yen in fresh loans from lenders, President Naomi Hirose (pictured), 60, said in an interview in…

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Posted on January 20, 2014 at 12:01am

Beyond Adaptation

2016 will be the last opportunity to curb Civilization-induced climate change. That is the last chance to reduce the Atmosphere's carbon dioxide content down to at least 350 parts per million. As we wind on down the road of compulsive consumption, and continue to exceed the Earth's ability to accomodate our carbon waste, there is little doubt in the minds of those NOT in climate change denial of our end-game destiny. Eventually, there won't be enough time nor money to mount a serious effort…

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Posted on January 19, 2014 at 10:58pm

Faux Pause 2: Warmest November On Record As New Studies Confirm Warming Trend



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Posted on December 17, 2013 at 9:32pm

USS Ronald Reagan Sailors Report Cancers After Fukushima Rescue Mission



US Navy personnel aboard the USS Reagan assist with Fukushima disaster relief

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Fifty-one crew members of the USS Ronald Reagan say they are suffering from a variety of cancers as a direct result of their involvement in Operation Tomodachi, a U.S. rescue mission in…

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Posted on December 17, 2013 at 3:14am

Fukushima-EPIC FUBAR



"...And That's How We Do The Fukushima Hokey Pokey!"

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For over 1,000 days now, Japan has been trying to handle this on their own. If they had let others become involved their secrets would be revealed. Just recently did…

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Posted on December 15, 2013 at 3:30pm

Fukushima-What Hath Man Wrought?

During this next month (November 2013), the Japanese will attempt to move the spent fuel rods out of Building Four there at what's left of the Fukushima Nuclear Facility. I believe Building Four is the one you see in this photo. If that attempt fails, and the rods go "critical," Civilization will have…

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Posted on December 3, 2013 at 12:38am

Spent Fuel Rod Move Month for Fukushima-Beginning of the End

....or is it the End of the Beginning?

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Posted on November 4, 2013 at 12:30am

Fukushima Nuke #1: Radiation Measured 6500x Greater Than Previous Days's Measurement

Radiation levels in groundwater under Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant are soaring, Tepco said Friday after taking samples from an observation well.

Tepco said 400,000 becquerels per liter of beta ray-emitting substances such as strontium were detected in water sampled Thursday from the well located some 15 meters from a storage tank that leaked about 300 tons of highly radioactive water in August.

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Posted on October 18, 2013 at 2:22pm

300 Tonnes/Day of Highly Radioactive Water STILL Pouring Out of Japan's Fukushima Nuclear Plant Into Pacific Ocean





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Highly radioactive water from Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is pouring out at a rate of 300 tonnes a day, officials said today, as Prime Minister…

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Posted on October 18, 2013 at 2:38am

The Oil Road


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Posted on October 8, 2013 at 5:38pm

The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight-Earth is Now on the Brink of Thermal Runaway



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"Last Hours is an alarming video that captures the state of emergency we face with climate disruption--yet at the same time we must recognize that there is real hope: the clean energy industry is rapidly growing, we are making headway in reducing carbon pollution, and by working together we can turn things around."


-- Michael Brune, Executive Director, The Sierra…

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Posted on October 8, 2013 at 5:36pm

Arctic Sea Ice is RAPIDLY MELTING AWAY-Faster Than Computer Models Predicted

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Arctic sea ice is melting so fast most of it could be gone in 30 years. A new analysis of changing conditions in the region, using complex computer models of weather and climate, says conditions that had been forecast by the end of the century could occur much sooner.

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Posted on September 12, 2013 at 6:24pm

Why Not Solar Hydrogen?

If the Sun's remaining lifecycle is approximately  five billion years, why not utilize it to make Hydrogen and live a Hydrogen Economy? EVEN if water electrolysis is "energy negative," free energy (and it is free) from the Sun makes Solar Hydrogen economically/financially viable. So, why fight it?  Why fight each other for our planet's limited fossil fuel resources? Why continue mucking up the Planet with fossil fuel combustion products that will extinct us (2016 is "failsafe" point, 2030 is…

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Posted on September 8, 2013 at 9:00pm

Fukushima Meltdown-This is EXACTLY Why Nuclear Power Needs to Be Outlawed!



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400 Tons Highly Radioactive Water Pouring into Ocean Daily. Official warns Fukushima reactor buildings could "topple" Tepco's work to change flow of groundwater can form pools below surface that soften the earth. Tepco prepares this week to start work on a new set of measures that would ring off and cap the area where the most highly contaminated water has been… Continue

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At 7:11pm on April 22, 2011, Nick Amundson gave Solar Man a gift
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Sorry, I'm new here and didn't find any other way to send a message. You are interested in solar and stuff? Have you heard to the first practical artificial leaf? google it if you haven't heard!
At 10:13am on May 25, 2010, KENN DRESCHER said…
I believe there's rational evidence to suggest that the BlowOut on Deep Water horizon may have been done intentionally; Sabotage! Review the 60 mins. interview with Mr. Williams. Who turned = OFF the Safety, and raised the Drill Pipe through the BlowOut preventer, long enough, and far enough to cause heat, and friction to the rubber O Ring, damaging it? Than, turned it back = ON? What happened to the B P Manager who threatened, and overruled the Transocean Manager, and set aside protocol by removing the heavy mud, and concrete plugs, knowing full well that all that would be holding back the pressure would be the compromised BlowOut preventor? Who tied the 2 LifeBoats on the Port side of the rigs to the rig? Mr Williams escape was a fluke! Then there was the timing: Earth Day. Obama had just announced more Off Shore drilling. The only 1's supporting that were those republican azzholes Sarah Palin. And the new Gov of VA. Palin's statements yesterday confirm the political aspects of the spill, and how it will be hyped come NOV 2nd. The 3 Senators introducing "The American Power Act" would cause the Congress to put off Immigration Reform, by Obama's defination; Amnesty. He mentioned it several times during the Mexican Presidents visit last week. Obama previously announced his support of 3 Nukes to be built by Exelon in GA, to a cold response. They were big contributors to his campaign. Obama strategist David Axelrod has worked as Exelon consultant. Rahm Emanuel, helped broker the merger of two utiltilies to form Exelon. Now the notion of future Off Shore drilling is all but nill. The worse this event unfolds, the better Nuclear Power, and Natural Gas look. Some1 needs to find, and ? that B P Manager...
At 3:04pm on December 14, 2009, Solar Man said…
I sure hope some of our group is at COP15. Seems that it is a replay of past climate change conferences--The rich countries vs the poor countries. China sure seems to think that it can go on and on with its coal burning and CO2 emitting while claiming to be a poor developing country. Very tragic. Maybe they'll wake up after they lose a bit of coastline.....
At 3:15pm on December 5, 2009, Dr. Paul A. Curto said…
Hi, friend. I thought you'd like to see some interesting posts, so take a look at my discussion on http://push.pickensplan.com/forum/topics/2187034:Topic:1112964, "Global Warming Impacts and Solutions". You'll find some interesting data and corroboration.
--Paul
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Let's find the cure and move towards prevention altogether!!!
At 2:27pm on August 28, 2009, Brian McMillan said…
You seem to be the most knowledgeable regarding fuel cells. Do you have information or know where to find data on the heat generated by various types of cells? Is there any kind of an effort to capture the heat?

Thanks

by the way, how did you end up with all the beautiful women as friends? you are the man!
At 7:35am on August 27, 2009, Tom Bailey said…
Check out this;
http://push.pickensplan.com/forum/topics/ok-now-its-just-getting-silly

I see you have solar panels. I have 6 acres of open field in Va and would like to place a few panel structures. I have talked to my local power company and they are not ready to persue any avenue like this at the present.
My wife and I are on the lower end of so called middle class in regard to money. Due to some things I have tried and helped our boys i cannot get a loan to buy a wheel barrow.
Any thoughts?
Best; Tom
At 1:25pm on October 29, 2008, Standard Solar said…
Thanks, Doug!

We've got a few video clips on our page and will be adding a lot more content, including video, in the near future.
At 3:12pm on October 27, 2008, Solar Man said…
Sure, I'm all in...Always have been, and always will be.

H24ever,

Doug Starfield
 
 
 

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