The boss of the company behind the devastated Japanese nuclear reactor today broke down in tears – as his country finally acknowledged the radiation spewing from the over-heating reactors and fuel rods was enough to kill some citizens.
To say this is a busy time for the U.S. military is an understatement: Iraq, Afghanistan, helping Japan recover from its greatest postwar crisis, and now Libya.
High probability of multiple meltdowns ongoing
Japan's situation is grave and worsening
We have received many questions from readers who are alarmed over a perceived lack of radiation monitoring in the U.S., in the wake of the possibility of radiation from the stricken Japanese nuclear plant reaching both Alaska and West Coast.
Russian geophysicist Pogrebnikov concurs with his colleagues at Harvard and Stanford: the earth may be in for a hell of a time. Imagine events just short of doomsday and you'll have a small glimpse of the global catastrophes that may lie just ahead.
Neil Cavuto interview with former USGS geologist Jim Berkland who claims a 75% success rate in earthquake prediction! Watching Fox yesterday in order to stay current on the nuclear events unfolding in Japan, I listened to a Cavuto interview with J
An unprecedented nuclear disaster
A new network of surveillance cameras will track meteorites as they enter Earth’s atmosphere, helping meteor-hunters track where the rocks land and where they came from.
The electronic future is buried under the ground in Missouri
It is the Earth, already hemorrhaging in environmental distress, which is asked to yield up these extra provisions and store the waste products of our many billions of people, day in and day out.
Germany and Switzerland said Monday that they would be the first industrialized nations to freeze development of nuclear power facilities while they reassess safety procedures
Potentially, an extremely serious catastrophe is developing
Godzilla is surfing to California on the Jet Stream.
10 days to reach U.S coastal areas.
Reuters has just released this unpleasant development: "Radiation levels in Fukushima Daiichi plant central control unit is 1,000 times normal, Kyodo says."
A rare meteorological event occurring over the Chinese skies has left scientists scratching their heads. Two brilliant suns suddenly appeared in the sky. One sun, the normal, bright cheerful one that warms the Earth and lights the countryside continu
The scientists analyzed and compared particulate matter in air from the center of a village in Denmark where most residents used wood stoves to a neighboring rural area with few wood stoves, as well as to pure WSPM collected from a wood stove. Airbor
The commission's investigators said BP workers failed to ask a knowledgeable company engineer who was visiting the rig about unexpected results from a critical negative pressure test on the rig. "If anyone had consulted him or any other shore-ba
Blasting the darling of green technology proponents, Christopher Booker accuses wind power schemes of being the 21st Century's biggest scam. He describes the scheme as a "colossal and very dangerous act of self-deception." Maybe the pressure's be
“Carrying capacity is the balance point among population, consumption, and waste assimilation. We know what the rates of regeneration, replenishment, and recharge of ecosystems and their constituent parts are."
According to U.S. computer models a regional, limited nuclear war could set-off "unprecedented" worldwide cooling. Rainfall too might be affected. This is the latest climate theory that owes much to the original promoter of nuclear winter, Dr. Carl
Medical and environmental concern about the long environmental persistence and possible effects on human health of PCBs first arose in the 1960s and 1970s and led to a federal ban on the manufacture of PCBs that was imposed in 1976 under the Toxic Su
There is still no consensus as to why lianas are gaining the upper hand. They may survive seasonal droughts that are becoming more common as climate becomes more variable. They may recover more quickly from natural disturbances such as hurricanes and
Baby dolphins are washing up dead along the oil-soaked US Gulf Coast at more than 10 times the normal rate in the first birthing season since the BP disaster, researchers said.
“Our civilization rose in an era of climate stability,” said Hempel. “We could count on the weather to be essentially predictable. That period has ended."
Carrying capacity definition: it is the finite amount of water, arable land, growing season, resources, animals and forests on a finite landmass that can support a specific species. Humans included!
The danger year of 2011 has arrived and scientists in-the-know are worried sick. Space experts began worrying about the sun several years ago…and for good reason. They made dire predictions concerning the approaching solar maximum occurring from 2011
“Every 20 minutes, another species becomes extinct,” said Conservation International spokesperson. http://www.conservation.org
The activity of the sun not only drives the weather, but to a great extent also drives the world's economy: Farming, fishing, horticulture, solar industries, even the chemical industry and animal husbandry depend on a quiet, predictable sun. But whe