Category «Global Warming»

Global Drought

Webster defined drought as a period of below-average precipitation in a given region, resulting in prolonged shortages in its water supply, whether atmospheric, surface water or ground water. A drought can last for months, years, or may even last for decades. The world today is faced with the fact that many countries around the world …

Summer in The Middle of Winter

For anyone who is sceptical about global warming let them explain why we have summer in the middle of winter in Australia. At a time when the temperatures should be at best in the late teens they are already up to 26 degrees and climbing. Last week-end people went swimming at the beaches while they …

Weather and Global Warming

Weather is the name given to the changing conditions of the atmosphere, or air, which surrounds the Earth The weather is all around us, all the time. It is an important part of our lives and one that we cannot control. Instead the weather often controls how and where we live,what we do, what we …

Plastic and The Earth

From mobile phones and PCs to bike head protectors and hospital IV sacks, plastic has shaped society from multiple points of view that make life both less demanding and more secure. Be that as it may, the engineered material likewise has left unsafe engravings on the earth and maybe human wellbeing, as per new compilation …

Wind Energy and Bird Mortality

A rather curious letter recently appeared in the Tulsa World Editorial page, “Wind Turbines”, by Jim Wiegand, Redding, CA. Mr. Weigand has no ties to Tulsa and the letter had an editor’s note: “Wiegand is a nationally recognized wildlife biologist and expert on the effects of wind turbines on birds.” A search shows that Mr. …