Published on 15 Oct 2016 For many people just hearing the words climate change causes an immediate trigger response, with random, jabbering phrases spewing out of their face such as “it’s natural”, “it’s a liberal conspiracy” and “My fridge cold how global warming do a thing now?”. Narration provided by JaM Advertising New Mexico www.tasteofjam.com When people think of climate change they imagine the whole world getting hotter evenly all over, but this simply isn’t the case, and while some areas will experience a huge increase in temperatures, others are going to see the exact opposite take place. Sea levels [More]
All about the loss of trees, Dear Future Generations, Sorry by Prince Ea is a clever expose of the destruction of our planet. He brilliantly delivers the best way to face up to the elephant in the room. Some of the facts he mentions should scare the living daylights out of you but whether it does or not the fact remains we all need to do our bit and stop greed and destruction on this precious jewel in the black void because if we don’t, there will only be the black void.
A better title might be: How long have we got? This short video amply illustrates what’s happening in the skies above us and there is clearly evidence that climate engineering is going on but more fearfully there are chemicals raining down on our heads. What is ┬áthe purpose? Who is behind this? Why aren’t questions being asked either by the media or government? Published on 13 May 2016 The majority of people refuse to face what is right in their faces. There are many arguments about the reason this is happening but there is no argument that its IS happening. [More]
Published on 13 Oct 2014 NBC series edited to one short video. Global warming, climate change, extreme weather, heat, wildfires, prolonged drought, floods, extreme NH cold, severe coastal storms, and Arctic rapid warming and Arctic summer sea loss. There is a link.
Published on 20 Dec 2015 Extreme weather and climate events, such as heat waves, storms and droughts, have increased in recent decades, and they are becoming more frequent and more severe across the world.”A lot of the research has shown that [weather is becoming more extreme]. As the globe starts to change, extremes may become the norm,” Nicholas Metz, a professor of geoscience at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York tells TechKnow.But why has extreme weather increased in recent years? And what is the hidden cost of climate change and severe weather?In this episode of TechKnow, we [More]
Published on 9 Feb 2016 The weather has been increasingly chaotic around the globe. 2016 has already suffered some extreme weather, whats to come? Is an apocolyptic event on the horizon? Is it climate change? global warming? pole shift? weather manipulation? or the Earths natural cycle? you decide…
Published on 11 Feb 2014 How do you push back centuries of desertification? Through planting trees in the desert, of course! Learn how KKL-JNF helps trees survive in the desert. Find out more about ‘Green Sunday’, a JNF Australia initiative that encourages Jewish Australian youth to get involved in planting a green belt around Beer Sheva.
What if we could use existing technologies to provide Internet access to the more than 4 billion people living in places where the infrastructure can’t support it? Using off-the-shelf LEDs and solar cells, Harald Haas and his team have pioneered a new technology that transmits data using light, and it may just be the key to bridging the digital divide. Take a look at what the future of the Internet could look like.  
This great man has cracked what is happening to the Earth and, inevitably, to us. It should put the fear of God into you. Published on 21 May 2014 James Ephraim Lovelock, is an independent scientist, environmentalist and futurist who lives in Dorset, England. He is best known for proposing the Gaia hypothesis, which he discusses in this exclusive interview, filmed in 2007. The Gaia hypothesis, also known as Gaia theory or Gaia principle, proposes that organisms interact with their inorganic surroundings on Earth to form a self-regulating, complex system that contributes to maintaining the conditions for life on the [More]
Published on 11 May 2015 Could all life on Earth die off again? Michael Benton Professor of Palaeontolgy atf Bristol University who wrote a famous paper with Richard Twitchett entitled “How to kill (almost) all life: the end-permian extinction event” explains how w e are close to the tipping point if we haven’t already reached it whereby we are now facing life extinction on earth. This corroborates other thoughtful experts that we face incredible change in the next few decades.