A place to discuss issues around climate change and global warming.
A place to discuss alternate theories such as paranormal phenomena, UFO sightings, cryptozoology, etc.
Feb 29th, 2008
Solar and Wind - Carbon Neutral Canada
Canada can be a world leader by making our electrical production "carbon neutral" within 10 without breaking the bank. . Its not hard to do, it is within reach simply by spending government surpluses on renewable energy projects. Canada's...
Europe's Mars rover takes shape
So, here it is. Europe's Mars rover. Or rather, a copy of it. This is what they call the Structural Thermal Model, or STM. It is one of three rovers that will be built as part of the European Space Agency's ExoMars 2020 mission to search for life...
Given the gadawful weather that Canada has been slogging through, I had to wonder. How far does an electric car (battery powered) car go in minus 40C weather? Sub 30C weather? Does it become uneconomical from an energy footprint VS miles travelled...
The Oxford Dodo was shot in the head
The Oxford Dodo - the world's most famous example of the extinct bird - was shot in the head, research has found. Historians believed the flightless creature had been kept alive in a 17th Century London townhouse. But recent forensic analysis of its...
Alabama is full of NY Poop
'Poop Train' Full of NYC Sewage Raises Stink in Alabama Town Talk about shit hitting the fan. Alabama's lax environmental laws allow...
(by Bar Sinister)
This is bound to be a hit in canuckstan where marriage twixt a man and X is government approved as well ontario issues gender neutral health cards so Yingying and her AI peers can qualify for free digital diagnostics. A bill of robo rights will hafta be...
WHO WHAT WOW: This woman is her own twin!
WHO WHAT WOW: This woman is her own twin! Nelson Branco More from Nelson Branco Published: April 14, 2018 Updated: April 14, 2018 11:11 AM EDT Who? What? Wow! Meet Taylor Muhl, who claims she is her own twin. Yep, this isnt your mothers soap...
Are you realy green or just pretending?
Do you believe in global warming? How many proponents of alternative energy in this forum drive an electric car? How many always walk or mainly use a bicycle for transportation? If you can't put your money where your mouth is....you're a god...
Tess spacecraft to scour space for undiscovered planets
Tess spacecraft to scour space for undiscovered planets Associated Press More from Associated Press Published: April 12, 2018 Updated: April 12, 2018 4:04 PM EDT This image made available by NASA shows an illustration of the Transiting Exoplanet...
Apr 12th, 2018 by Cannuck
Climate Change: 97% scientific consensus? Try 99.94% instead
Climate Change: 97% scientific consensus? Try 99.94% instead There is an increasing trend in journalism to cite a figure of 97% for the consensus among the scientific community in regards to human-caused climate change. We don't want to be too critical...
100 Billion Habitable Earth-Like Planets In Our Galaxy
Astronomers Admit: We Were Wrong100 Billion Habitable Earth-Like Planets In Our Galaxy Alone Estimates by astronomers indicate that there could be more than 100 BILLION Earth-like worlds in the Milky Way that could be home to life. Think thats a...
Chinese Satellite TIANGONG 1 Live tracking
Chinese Satellite TIANGONG 1 Live tracking 4Z23S_6TVTU So the celestial palace comes down this weekend, I wonder if it fulfills the much talked about hopi prophecy about a " house that falls from the sky" ?
Centre of the Milky Way is teeming with black holes
Centre of the Milky Way is teeming with black holes Associated Press More from Associated Press Published: April 4, 2018 Updated: April 4, 2018 2:52 PM EDT This illustration provided by Columbia University shows the supermassive black hole...
Distant galaxy void of dark matter baffles astronomers
Distant galaxy void of dark matter baffles astronomers Associated Press More from Associated Press Published: March 28, 2018 Updated: March 28, 2018 1:48 PM EDT This Nov. 16, 2017 image made with the Hubble Space Telescope shows the diffuse galaxy...
Mar 26th, 2018 by pgs
Vanishing: The extinction crisis is worse than you think
We're entering the Earth's sixth era of extinction -- and it's the first time humans are to blame. CNN introduces you to the key species and people who are trying to prevent them from vanishing. Source: CNN ...
Climate Debate Should Stick to Facts
George Koch and John Weissenberger, For The Calgary Herald Published: Friday, April 28, 2006 Scientist Chris de Freitas doesn't seem very scary. The associate professor from the University of Auckland, N.Z.'s, School of Geography and Environmental...
(by I think not)
ALERT! Monkeys have been cloned; Are people far behind?
ALERT! Monkeys have been cloned; Are people far behind? Associated Press More from Associated Press Published: January 24, 2018 Updated: January 24, 2018 6:02 PM EST By Malcolm Ritter, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK For the first time,...
Albert Einstein's complete archives to be posted online
For devotees, the bored and the over edumacated: Albert Einstein's complete archives from personal correspondence with half a dozen lovers to notebooks scribbled with his groundbreaking research are going online for the first time. The...
Pass the Freak Dijon Mustard Please
A Moratorium on Genetically Manipulated (GMO) Foods By F. William Engdahl Global Research, May 22, 2009 US Association of Physicians calls for Moratorium on GMO Foods The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) has...
The Population Bomb Has Been Defused
As someone who's occasionally concerned about overpopulation, this is fantastic news. This may actually help us resolve global warming as well. The Population Bomb Has Been Defused So far, the prophets of overpopulation have been defeated...
Boaty McBoatface survives ice mission
"Boaty McBoatface" has executed its most daring dive yet. The nation's favourite yellow submarine swam under a near-600m thick ice shelf in the Antarctic, returning safely to its launch ship after 48 hours away. It was an important test for the...
A man can now get paid to bash a woman's head.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAAlFya89aw I agree with most of the video except the statement that women sleep around like men which presumes that men are necessarily promiscuous.
Zap electric car - 644 H.P. - coming soon
"We should have electric cars by now, come on" - Mark Madriga, weather man for Global TV. And we should. And we DID.... The ones featured in "Who Killed the Electric Car" were using old technology, and they were CHERISHED by the drivers before Ford...
How Sir Francis Beaufort developed his wind scale
When Sir Francis Beaufort set out to sea on board HMS Woolwich in 1806, sailors did not have an accurate scale to describe the strength and impact of winds while at sea. The Beaufort Scale, which he developed, is still used today and is a morning...
Shocking victory for proponents of alternative medicine
Shocking victory for proponents of alternative medicine Posted on March 9, 2018Author GOV'T SLAVES 1 Jon RappoportBreaking: In Australia, an effort to label all alternative (traditional, complementary) medicine...
1 of world’s most destructive insects found at DC airports
1 of worlds most destructive insects found at DC airports Associated Press More from Associated Press Published: March 8, 2018 Updated: March 8, 2018 7:58 PM EST Khapra beetle. (United States Department of Agriculture photo) BALTIMORE The...
Arctic warming: scientists alarmed by 'crazy' temperature rises
Arctic warming: scientists alarmed by 'crazy' temperature rises Record warmth in the Arctic this month could yet prove to be a freak occurrence, but experts warn the warming event is unprecedented Jonathan Watts Last modified on Tue 27 Feb 2018...
Papua New Guinea quake killed at least 15, governor says
Papua New Guinea quake killed at least 15, governor says Associated Press More from Associated Press Published: February 27, 2018 Updated: February 27, 2018 11:12 PM EST A man views a house that collapsed in a strong earthquake, Tuesday, Feb. 27,...
World's fishing fleets mapped from orbit
It's another demonstration of the power of Big Data - of mining a huge batch of statistics to see patterns of behaviour that were simply not apparent before. Computers have crunched 22 billion identification messages transmitted by sea-going vessels to...