Posted by edro on June 27, 2008
How Do Natural Events Form Nature’s Defense Mechanisms?
1. Extremity. They exceed the normal parameters creating significant differences in the events outcome.
2. Selective Targeting. This phenomenon could probably be explained as reflex action.
3. Change of Rhythms. Changes in the established cyles, patterns, tempo and behavioral modes of natural events may offset positive feedback systems.
4. Other Mechanisms.
Are Extreme Precipitation Events Nature’s Defense Mechanisms?
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Posted by edro on June 24, 2008
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Posted by edro on June 2, 2008
Food riots caused by rising food and fuel prices are already a recurring nightmare. How ugly will the global scene get as Earth’s fertility erodes further?
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