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  • rahiman: Page 21
    a few years back This was however not a good thing as with other things that shoot into the spot light The environment was never part of our concern in the 80 s and more Previous 1 20 21 22

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  • rahiman: Page 22
    Iron oxide undergoes transition under intense pressures and temperatures March 17 2012 Shortlink The crushing pressures and intense temperatures in Earth s deep interior squeeze atoms and electrons so closely together that they interact very differently With depth materials change Ferropericlase contains both magnesium and iron oxide Compounds typically undergo structural chemical electronic and other changes more Previous 1 21 22 23 41 Next Climate Change Impacts Archives July 2013

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 22
    F but without a change to its structure New results show instead that FeO metallizes without any change in structure and that combined temperature and pressure are required The results imply that iron oxide is conducting in the whole range of its stability in Earth s lower mantle Earth s magnetic field which is generated in the outer core It will change the way the magnetic field is propagated to

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 26
    out party announcing to the world that this is who I am and this is what I do Hope I was able to inspire some fellow shift disturbers to follow their hearts and jump into the joy that is creating and being a part of social change Read the full article here Paradigm Shift how one young activist uses documentary film to inspire change Share this on Mixx Delicious Digg

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 23
    computational models This is especially the case if the goal is to understand climate and rainfall variability at local to regional scales Das is a graduate student in computer science and data mining Kao is a statistical who specializes in water availability and flood frequency analysis and Ganguly a civil engineer specializes in climate extremes and water sustainability as well as data sciences for complex systems The National Science Foundation

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 25
    activity has given rise One consequence of this is that the climate may be more sensitive to emissions caused by human activity than we have previously believed Scientists at the University of Gothenburg Sweden have collected new data that may lead to better climate models Read the full article here Climate sensitivity greater than previously believed Share this on Mixx Delicious Digg Facebook Twitter Previous 1 24 25 26 46

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  • Worldonfirepodcast.org: Media Channel on Climate: Page 24
    The kind of advertising not only empties our wallets but also has a significant effect both on the decisions we make and on how we choose to spend our time Advertising according the report appeals almost entirely to extrinsic values Advertising isn t the only aspect of consumer culture and consumer culture isn t the whole of human culture Shrubsole says But you can look back at history and find cultures that are much more intrinsically focused I would say that Britain and the US just 30 or 40 years ago would have been societies that were much more focused on intrinsic values Advertising has tripled the level of our consumption and it is now a very devastating ecological force climate change is driven by advertising Lasn said We have to ask ourselves Do we really need a one trillion dollar per year ad industry to tell us to consume more It doesn t make any sense we already consume enough Read the full article here Advertising makes us more individualistic and less concerned about the planet says report Share this on Mixx Delicious Digg Facebook Twitter Previous 1 23 24 25 46 Next Climate Change Impacts Climate Change What

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