Taking Action on Climate Change

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Global Warming is NOT happening

Since the millennium there has been no change in the earth's temperature. Former alarmists are now retracting their previous statements. Here is one by the father of global warming, James ‘Gaia’ Lovelock, from MSNBC:

 

http://worldnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/04/23/11144098-gaia-scientist-james-lovelock-i-was-alarmist-about-climate-change.

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Nuclear fission

There's enough Uranium & Thorium in the oceans to provide all of the world's energy, and rivers renew the supply all the time. No need for countries to fight wars over supplies. The UN estimates that smoke from fossil fuels and biomass kills 2.5 million people per year (that's far more than Chernobyl, every single day), and that number would be far higher without nuclear.

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ocean based fresh water storage lakes.

I believe that ocean based fresh water collection and storage systems will become a reality, in the very near future. As will an ocean based waste management system for the shipping industry.

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URBAN SPRAWL

Provide awareness to consumers who buy homes in cleared land that is not in proximity to established infrastructure. Building roads to desolate areas is so detrimental to our planet in so many ways. It's so prevalent in Central Florida where developers rule.

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Marine/beach pollution

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New energy generator

I have an idea for a generator that runs off of itself.

It has a motor that turns a generator that can produce energy for the motor and extra to be used. I have researched this and seen that it is possible

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Let's talk about E-wastes

I have become interested with the issues regarding e-wastes, but I really do not have that much information about the subject. For this reason it would be nice of you people if we could use this space to share our ideas about e-wastes in general, such as our opinions on how it is handled, how it affects the areas we live in, or even some solutions and proposals that we might think of to provise solutions to this problem. ...more »

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environmental picture

For our class of Climate Change we are planning to take a picture that shows the interaction of nature with people in a good environment and we need some innovative and original ideas for the picture. For example in what places we can take it, or what things could be our subject in the picture

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Incent & promote solar, wind and other renewables

Stop subsidizing oil, and apply that to growing renewable energy sources. Encourage wide-spread adoption of electric cars and residential solar by working to reduce up-front costs, paying for excess solar energy produced, reducing red-tape, providing bulk discounts, incentives for local gov carbon reduction, etc.

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Facing the facts head on!

It has been determined that "aquatic warming" is the key factor linked to the rapid decline of the planetary ice, and not just the atmospheric CO2 build-up. We cannot ignor this factor. The oceans are the greatest conductor of thermal energy on the planet. We must restore that which we've altered. We can do this in a cost effective manner by investing in projects that will create a return or substancial benefit. And there ...more »

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Factors that humanity might be unaware of.

The reason that the planetary ice is melting ten times faster than the CO2 related predictions, is because the condition is actually being triggered by the neutralization of the normally predominant downwards direction of conduction within the planets colder regions. This is due to the aquatic thermal build-up created by mankinds massive thermal contribution into the oceans, which has accumulated due to the fact that ...more »

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Our greatest potential impact wiin the shortest amount of time.

To properly address "Global Warming" as quickly and aggressively as possible, and to do so in a cost effective manner. Humanity needs to start addressing "Aquatic Warming" just as aggressively as it has addressed CO2's, because it is at least as large a contributing factor that has even more potential to stabilize or moderate the climate. But before we can go any further and start implementing systems and measures, we ...more »

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