Monthly Archives: May 2011

My Comment on HuffPost to Sigourney Weaver’s Climate Change op-ed

Ms. Weaver, thank you for adding your voice and your thoughts on the urgency of need to address and redress climate change. Biogenic carbon contributi­ons to the atmosphere are a re-circula­ting system more or less equivalent to water evaporatin­g and … Continue reading

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Election Cycle, Debt Ceiling et al (not the end of the world), Prof Juma of Harvard,

Sometimes You’ve Gotta Listen ! I started this column several minutes ago. Then this keyboarding (aka “typing”) error wiped the whole thing out of existence. So this time, I’m going to stick to just two topics, and try to get … Continue reading

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PV in Deutschland, Reproductive Rights,

Deutschland and Renewables Germany has established an astounding 17 gigawatts of PV power installations as of late last year. Furthermore, Angela Merkel, and her government have re-affirmed Germany’s commitment to a path toward ever greater renewable energy sources, without any … Continue reading

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