Category Archives: Climate Change

Major Storm Coming?

This is a kind of stream of consciousness that has been floating in my mind all morning. Feels like the only way I can get rid of it is to put it down on paper. It is finally looking like … Continue reading

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Climate The Overriding Issue 

From the headline on msn.com Thursday: 2021 saw record-high greenhouse gases, sea levels and ocean heat, new report shows  When you turn on the news today, after you get by the stories of our former treasonous president, there are the … Continue reading

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Climate Predictions Turn Into Reality

Wildfires across Europe including Britain as the continent faces the hottest temperatures ever recorded. Record temperatures in China and India. Wildfires across North America in the face of the record temperatures.  We were warned – over and over and over. … Continue reading

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Webinar: Burn Hydrogen At Home?

Why in the world should we be concerned about hydrogen? The answer comes from utility companies and can be summed up in two words: hydrogen blending. Gas companies across the country are proposing to blend hydrogen gas with methane to … Continue reading

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Crops in Northwest Iowa Suffer Due to Drought

Photo credit: Josie Taylor | July 6, 2022. This is the second in our July series called Feature Friday. Iowa Environmental Focus, a product of the Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research (CGRER) at the University of Iowa, is … Continue reading

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Is The Atmosphere Broken?

After the wild weather of the past couple of weeks many of us will be happy just to have a house to stay in this Christmas. As if the tornadoes that ravaged Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee last week weren’t … Continue reading

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Master List Of Biden’s Achievements 

  Video 3:40: Remember how the Former Guy achieved what only Herbert Hoover had achieved before him – losing jobs during his administration. Holy Smokes – if a Republican president ever achieved a list 1/10th of what Biden has achieved in … Continue reading

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Bohannan Endorsed By 314action.org In Ia-02

 https://314action.org/2021/09/09/314-action-fund-endorses-state-rep-christina-bohannan-in-ia-02-race/ 314action.org is a website with this stated mission: We’re on a mission to elect more scientists to Congress, state legislatures, and local offices. As trained problem-solvers, STEM professionals are ready, willing, and able to find solutions for the significant … Continue reading

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We Could Use Some FDR These Days

Some days it would be nice to see some FDR channeled. His times were not that much different than today. But he was often more head on in his approach. Here is an FDR speech at the 1936 Democratic convention … Continue reading

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The False Hope Of Biomass

“Earlier this year, the European Union was celebrated in headlines across the world when renewable energy surpassed the use of fossil fuels on the continent for the first time in history,” wrote Majlie de Puy Kamp for CNN. The European … Continue reading

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