This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H. E. Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundupskip to bottom Information is not Knowledge...Knowledge is not WisdomDecember 8, 2013 Chuckles, COP19, GCF, WTO, Hansen, AGU, WCPFC, Potash, Energiewende Bottom Line, Big Banks, Pricing Nature, Thermodynamics, Antennae, Cook, MeteorologistsFukushima: Note, News, Policies Melting Arctic, Methane, Geopolitics, AntarcticaFood: Crisis, Fisheries, GMOs, GMO Labelling, Production Hurricanes, Notable Weather, Abrupt CC, Forecasts, Extreme Weather GHGs, Volcanoes. Weather Machine, ENSO, Temperatures Paleoclimate, Historical Climate, Risk, Oceans, Biosphere, Extinctions Impacts, Forests, Disease, Tornadoes, Wildfires Corals, Acidification, Glaciers, Sea Levels, Floods & Droughts Transportation, Buildings, Geoengineering, Conservation, Adaptation Journals, Other Docs, Misc. Science, Science Orgs, Free Science … [Read more...] about Another Week of Global Warming News, December 8, 2013
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Zoë Bernard, provided by Published 5:53 am PDT, Sunday, September 16, 2018 Participants attend Burning Man 2018, the largest outdoor arts festival in North America, in the Black Rock Desert of Gerlach, Nev. Participants attend Burning Man 2018, the largest outdoor arts festival in North America, in the Black Rock Desert of Gerlach, Nev. Photo: Sidney Erthal / Burning Man 'In every lifetime I will find you' by Michael Benisty, Love and Unity was one of the art installations at Burning Man 2018. The annual event's art theme this year was I, Robot. 'In every lifetime I will find you' by Michael Benisty, Love and Unity was one of the art installations at Burning Man 2018. The annual event's art theme this year was I, Robot. Photo: Jane Hu / Burning Man Participants watch the Burning of the Man which marks the end of Burning Man 2018, the … [Read more...] about The orgies are lame. The sun is unforgiving. There’s 70,000 people partying on ‘the playa’: What it’s like going to Burning Man for the first time
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Neil Swidey May 22, 2018 GINA MCCARTHY STRIDES INTO the ocean-view ballroom at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth, plops down her green backpack, and glances out the window. The waves are angrily advancing on this last night in April, which feels as dreary as mid-January. “The water seems way closer than it was the last time I was here,” she says. Maybe that’s because of climate change, the threat that McCarthy led the charge to confront as head of the Environmental Protection Agency during the Obama administration. Or maybe it’s just high tide.She is surrounded by a couple of hundred researchers and advocates from the Union of Concerned Scientists, a national nonprofit based in Cambridge. It’s a gathering of serious specialists whose usual concern appears to have morphed into clinical depression. After all, they’ve spent the last year … [Read more...] about The climate change message is all wrong, says former EPA head Gina McCarthy
SHE’S the glam gran that stunned the world with her age-defying looks - and now she’s revealed the diet that saw her lose more than two stone. Model Gina Stewart, 47, from Gold Coast, shot to fame after beating girls half her age to the final for Miss Maxim Australia 2018. Looking her best is important for the star, who came 12th in the competition, and she has a number of beauty and health secrets that she swears by. Gina starts her day with eggs for breakfast, followed by rye cracker, cottage cheese and avocado for lunch. For her evening meal, she has chooses from chicken, turkey mince or fish, with salad or beans, broccoli and sweet potato. Speaking to the Daily Mail Australia, she said: “I've only been eating these foods for the past year or so and have shed 15kg with light exercise. When I was younger, I could eat as much as I wanted and never gained a pound. Much harder at this age for sure.” Gina admits that she has only shaken up her diet in the past two … [Read more...] about ‘World’s hottest gran’, 47, reveals daily diet that saw her shed over two stone
If scientists engineered the polar opposite of Donald Trump, a bizarro-world version of the rage-tweeting, fancy-living, drama-stirring mogul-turned-president, their lab might produce Gwen Graham. The former stay-at-home mom who hopes to become Florida’s first woman governor is almost everything Trump is not. She is a serial hugger, a frequent crier, a penny-pincher who buys her clothing at Target, an animal lover who posts pictures of her dogs and bunny on Facebook. The only organization she’s ever run was the PTA at her children’s school; the only time she’s spent in the public eye was as a one-term Democratic congresswoman. She’s a self-described nerd who hooks her granny-style glasses around her belt loop, an earnest consensus-builder who works so hard to find common ground that her ex-husband is her campaign treasurer. She listens. She empathizes. She exercises. She worries about her PolitiFact ratings. She’s so eager to learn that I watched her … [Read more...] about Do Democrats Want an Anti-Trump, or Their Own Trump?