Posts Tagged ‘politics’
Posted by edro on July 30, 2008
Posted in abridging freedom, free speech, Google, Google censorship, google gag, overlords, right to know, US Constitution | Tagged: 1st Amendment, A Conspiracy Against the Public, Bill of Rights, freedom of speech, google law, politics, United States | 4 Comments »
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?
Posted in atmosphere, climate change, economy, energy, environment, future, lifestyle, pollution, soil, war | Tagged: air pollution, central, china, climate change, climate science, CO2, drought, energy, environment, EU, Extreme Precipitation, extreme precipitation events, Extreme Rain Events, extreme weather events, fengshen, flooding, floods, food, Global Warming, government, hail, health, hurricane, Hydrokong, Iowa, katrina, Midwest, Mississippi river, mitch, Natural Defense Mechanisms, Nature's Defense, NOAA, Ocean Warming, Pohuk Pride, politics, Rain, resonance, storms, Tornado, tornadoes, Tropical storm, twister, typhoon, USA, Warming World, Water Cycle, Water Pollution, weather, western Iowa, wind | 40 Comments »
Posted by edro on June 24, 2008
Original Entry: 350 ppm Safe? Hell, NO!
Posted in atmosphere, economy, energy, environment, future, health, human migration, Human-induced climate change, ice dynamics, lifestyle, soil, war, water | Tagged: 350ppm, air pollution, Antarctic ice, Atmospheric carbon dioxide, climate change, CO2, energy, environment, food, GHG, Global Warming, health, politics, positive feedback, Tourism, Travel, Water Pollution | 2 Comments »
Posted by edro on June 16, 2008
The Human Rights of an Octogenarian Chinese Woman
[At the time of publishing this post] Google had effectively blocked the following posts from its search engines:
Google Censorship is a Flagrant Violation of Our Freedom of Speech!
Freedom of speech is being able to speak freely without censorship. The United States Constitution protects opinions under inalienable 1st Amendment free speech rights.
The right to freedom of speech is also guaranteed under international law through numerous human-rights instruments, notably under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
How much longer is Google allowed to continue its censorship in violation of the United States Constitution and the international law?
Posted in abridging freedom, google gag, google law, overlords, politics | Tagged: 1st Amendment, china, China quake, Chinese Victim, Europe, free speech, freedom of speech, Google, Google censorship, human rights, new zealand, Octogenarian Chinese Woman, politics, pollution, racism, Tourism, Travel, United States, US Constitution | Leave a Comment »
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?
Main entry: We Need Food!
- Failing Ecosystems
- State of the World
- Future Scenarios
- First Wave of World’s Collapsing Cities
- Nuking Earth for Lifestyle
- Giga Trends
- World Problems: The Root Cause Matrix
- Tipping Point
- Drying Aquifers, Sinking Cities
Posted in atmosphere, climate change, economy, energy, environment, future, lifestyle, pollution, soil, war | Tagged: agriculture, americas, Asia, Bangladesh, basic needs, biocapacity, Bolivia, Buffett the Poor, Cameroon, china, climate change, Collapse, demonstrations, ecosystems, egypt, El Salvador, Emerging Food Crisis, energy, environment, food, food riots, food shortages, Fueling Food Shortages, garment workers, Global Warming, government, haiti, health, India, indonesia, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Malaysia, Mauritania, money, Mozambique, Oil Chaos, Pakistan, Philippines Senegal, politics, Poverty Index, protests, Singapore, Somalia, staple diet, strikes, Tourism, Travel, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, War Africa, Yemen | | Leave a Comment »