Daily Archives: July 4, 2013

China’s largest algal bloom turns the Yellow Sea green

Originally posted on LEARN FROM NATURE:
The largest algal bloom ever recorded in China has turned the Yellow Sea green and may be related to pollution from agriculture and industry. The Guardian reports Officials in the city of Qingdao had used bulldozers to remove…

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Fast Company: Why Your Car Should Run Android and Have Apps

Originally posted on Redefined Horizons Blog:
The July/August Issue of Fast Company Magazine has an interesting article about why are cars should change from what is essentially a black box technology platform on wheels to a more open technology platform…

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The Australian Bureau of Meteorology Gets it Wrong

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest essay by Ed Thurstan Abstract The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) released a new temperature dataset – the “Australian Climate Observations Reference Network – Surface Air Temperature“ (ACORN-SAT) in early 2012, with…

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We keep moaning about population, but ignore consumption habits

Originally posted on Family Survival Protocol – Microcosm News:
Posted by Andrew Simms Wednesday 3 July 2013 07.40 EDT guardian.co.uk   Sharing planet Earth’s finite resources in a better way is a more practical way of managing the needs of…

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