Sunday, September 11, 2005

The Key Words are, "Sustainable Resources"

Now one would have to wonder since a lot of us are getting a preview to the particle interactive phase of collision of particles in our atmosphere, how would such dissipation "fuel other probabilistic outcomes for consideration". Are there any to consider here? I ask because such energy valuation of the sun in our relation would have been influence by other "things?":)

So would it not seem to make a valuable reserve one worth it's weight in gold that such dependancy on oil reserves take over our common sense to create states of frenzy buying at it's worst. Run to our local stations before the rise of cost(what the little bird tells us about such calamistists events) so that we fill on a already inflated valuation system that is being pocketed by captitalists of the worst kind?

Better to depart this systemic valuation system, and learn to focus our generalization in other ways. To the future and other probable outcomes, wouldn't you say?:)

Germany is a leader in the development of alternative energy sources. It has the honor of all other nations both in wind energy production. In the use of photovoltaic cells to produce electricity. As well, 50,000 Germans are employed in the wind power industry, and some 120,000 work in alternative energy. 10% of the country's energy comes from renewable sources.

The Key Word is, "Sustainable Resources"

Environmental Domain-Energy Efficiency

Make sure when you get there, you click on "Energy Efficiency" so that you can see which country is doing what.

Clean: Photovoltaic cells are an example of clean energy technology. By H.G. Oed

Thursday, May 05, 2005

Are Scientists Currently Censoring Debate on Global Warming

Time-Variable Gravity Measurements

Part of developing "new insight," would be to see how we can look at current issues with current technologies.

This issue was brought to light in the current article that Lubos Motl wrote. Oreskes' study - errata

  • Consensus" on global warming

    The controversy follows the publication by Science in December of a paper which claimed to have demonstrated complete agreement among climate experts, not only that global warming is a genuine phenomenon, but also that mankind is to blame.

  • Saturday, April 16, 2005

    Developing Vision

    A comment was made about the the relationship of visionaries. If knowledge comprehension has grown, model perceptions and such advancements in understanding, allow other views to penetrate the mind?

    Of course the most basic shape for me would be the sphere, but in our understanding of the earth and the images that we see of earth, our view is shattered by the first time we seen this enormous object, from the eyes of those who had always been earth bound and restricted to the calculation of a abstract world.

    Now it is not so round, and the views we recieve of this information help us to understand a few things about the way in which we will look at the earth and its weak field manifestation, as one extreme of the whole gravitational framework we like to understand over this complex perspective of our cosmos from the very strong gravitational foreces, to the very weak.

    Gravity is the force that pulls two masses together. Since the earth has varied features such as mountains, valleys, and underground caverns, the mass is not evenly distributed around the globe. The "lumps" observed in the Earth's gravitational field result from an uneven distribution of mass inside the Earth. The GRACE mission will give us a global map of Earth's gravity and how it changes as the mass distribution shifts. The two satellites will provide scientists from all over the world with an efficient and cost-effective way to map the Earth's gravity field.

    The primary goal of the GRACE mission is to map the Earth's gravity field more accurately than has ever been done before. You might ask, how will GRACE do this? Two identical spacecraft will fly about 200 kilometers apart. As the two GRACE satellites orbit the Earth they are pulled by areas of higher or lower gravity and will move in relation to each other. The satellites are located by GPS and the distance between them is measured by microwave signals. The two satellites do not just carry science instruments, they become the science instrument. When mass moves from place to place within the Earth's atmosphere, ocean, land or frozen surface (the "cryosphere"), the gravity field changes.

    Highlighting in bold, it would not be necessary to go into a full explanation if we considered in context the cosmic string and clumping in our universe? But I have moved to far from the point of reference of our two systems of consideration here so back to the next point.

    NASA's Earth Science Enterprise funded this research as part of its mission to understand and protect our home planet by studying the primary causes of climate variability, including trends in solar radiation that may be a factor in global climate change.

    One of the interesting ideas in these shapes is understanding what can cause disturbances within their fields and how we might look at these issues if we move our consideration from the normals views of measure stick and straight lines, to variations we have demonstrated on earth(hills and valleys). To how we would percieve "resonance" created in the sun, and use this, to determine the volatile solar coronas that would be ejected into space but of weather systems affected as well. This is a good monitoring tool fore warning system that could affect communication within the sphere of our own influence.

    But let me take this one step further, in that we consider both these frames, in context of each other and ask the connection in lagrangian way. How would we see gravitational points of consideration related to each other? Would this help those less inclined to understand the variations in perspective of gravity to comprehend the value Einstein lead us through, to take us to a much more dynamical view of the cosmos?

    So in the one sense to take what we know of the formulation at a euclidean level and move it accordingly, to cosmological perspectives. This is a apprehenson of Gr that we are geometrically lead through, to perspectives of the space we would now enjoy of Gauss. Having Reimann views here of spherical consideration, we understand well, the developing roads to mathematical perspective debated and shunned by Peter?:)

    So looking at the way in which we entertain the earth view, and how we interpret the sun, we do not limit our views just to the spherical balls one might like to say is self evident, but having the knowledge of what we are lead through geometrically as well as toplogically, it becomes a much more interesting reality to entertain.

    Saturday, March 12, 2005

    The Death of Environmentalism

    While new to this forum of thinking and thoughts espoused by minds who are engaged in science, qualitative proof rules these minds. So they would see it far better to advance the cause of this global consensus as a necessary withdrawal from states of Fear, that enviromental terrorism that is espoused by Michael Crichton seeks to induce?

    Now we know the fictional state of being, when making decisions, is very undersireable, so by putting forth the obvious movement to confront resistance(enviromental terrorism) in American perception, did Michael do the American resistance justice in applying the reasons why it has not move to part of this global thought?

    Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus

    Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus stirred up quite a fuss when they unveiled their essay "The Death of Environmentalism" last fall, declaring the environmental movement kaput and calling for a more visionary and inspiring progressive movement to take its place. In an interview with Grist, Shellenberger and Nordhaus talk about their ideas, the responses they've gotten (or haven't), and what comes next. Get the backstory here.

    Global warming politics in a post-environmental world

    By Peter Teague, Environment Program Director, Nathan Cummings Foundation
    So long as the siren call of denial is met with the drone of policy expertise -- and the fantasy of technical fixes is left unchallenged -- the public is not just being misled, it's also being misread. Until we address Americans honestly, and with the respect they deserve, they can be expected to remain largely disengaged from the global transformation we need them to be a part of.

    While I am very disturbed by the stance of American policies and the ideas protectionism has fostered, the challenge I see is to remove this fear driven state from the capitalize basis of that society where it's breed?

    I was interested in how and why the American resistance might have been induced into that societies public perception?

    Did Michael Crichton seek to induce such fears, by getting the causes of 911 fostered into enviromental terrorism? When some saw, that out of respect for that society, a different tactic needed to be looked at?

    By calming the rise of fundamental differences between the global population, and it's retrospective glances at enviromentalist activism, this report on the Death of Enviromentalism sought to seek balance in others views, as well as the American population?

    Sunday, March 06, 2005

    Ecology of Thought

    If one looks at what can happen when a thought runs rampant, then what is rejected on the basis of skepticism and boldly spoken when given the evidence?

    Faulty conclusions arise from faulty information? This would be the position in order to reject what others take as, common knowledge by the world community, and is rejected by the United States?

    Next, and slightly more troubling, we have some rather misleading and selective recollection regarding Jim Hansen's testimony to congress in 1988. "Dr. Hansen overestimated [global warming] by 300 percent" (p247). Hansen's testimony did indeed lead to a big increase in awareness of global warming as a issue, but not because he exaggerated the problem by 300%. In a paper published soon after that testimony, Hansen et al, 1988 presented three model simulations for different scenarios for the growth in trace gases and other forcings (see figure). Scenario A had exponentially increasing CO2, Scenario B had a more modest Business-as-usual assumption, and Scenario C had no further increases in CO2 after the year 2000

    “I do not think anything, young man. I know. That is the purpose of my research - to know things, not to surmise them. Not to theorize. Not to hypothesize. But to know from direct research in the field. It’s a lost art in academia these days, young man-you are not that young- what is your name anyway?”
    “Peter Evans.”
    “And you work for Drake Mr. Evan?”
    “No, for George Morton.”
    “Well, why didn’t you say so!” Hoffman said. “George Morton was a great, great man. Come along Mr. Evans, and I will buy you some coffee and we can talk. Do you know what I do?”
    “ I’m afraid I don’t, sir.”
    “I study the ecology of thought,” Hoffman said. “and how it has led to a State of Fear.”

    Michael Crichton, State of Fear, page 450

    Tuesday, February 22, 2005

    You Kids Know What Global Warming Is?

    "I'm glad you do," Bradley said, gesturing for the kids to put their hands down. The only person talking today would be Ted Bradley. "But you may not know that global warming is going to cause a very sudden shift in our climate. Maybe just a few months or years, and it will suddenly be much hotter or much colder. And there will be hordes of insects and diseases that will take down wonderful trees."
    "What kind of insects?" one kid asked.
    "Bad ones," Bradley said. "The ones that eat trees, that worm inside them and chew them up." He wiggled his hands, suggesting the worming in progress.
    "It would take a insect a long time to eat a whole tree," a girl offered.
    "No it wouldn't!" Bradley said. "That's the trouble. Because warming means lots and lots of insects will come-a plague of insects-and they'll eat the trees fast!"

    Page 402 of, The State of Fear by Michael Crichton

    I was amazed as I read this, and like the tsunami, I was taken back by the predictive feature of Michael Crichton, in his assessment of characters Ted Bradley the movie star, voicing the fate of global warming as he spoke to the children about something that Michael Crichton did not know?

    He is smart enough to use the character, for sending a message, by exploiting the general consensus of society, and having this voice based in the actor.

    Had society come this far, to realize that this fictional story, had somehow become a platform, for exposing what some would consider the sheep in the world forum society, to say, we in the United States, recognize this undercurrent of brain washing that is taking place with our children?

    Now, for the Exchange.

    As I said above the message in the book becomes pretty interesting, once one reads the jest of the book, and I only pulled one part of it for consideration here. About what fear could be induced in the society that we have not acknowledge some basic facts.

    So this is to follow, and without being critized for following like sheep, such voices of global warming having been assigned as co-conspirators to induce fear in the population. What can we do here to answer Ted Bradley's speech to the children?

    Some have done a reversal of soldified positions to say, and quite loudly, that the global warming issue is a farce, and by the United States not signing the Kyoto Accord, it stands above the rest of the world? Is it being duped by these so called fictional conspirators of Michael Crichtons, who can create and manipulate the weather for there own ends? To impress upon the world, that the message of what could become, are the result created by those same acts of enviromental terrorism?

    Adult mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae

    Now before one goes off on a tangent and saids, that some fictional story written, could actually address the situation, well let me add to this before this is done.

    In Michael Crichton style, I hope to offer a balanced and informative view about what nature has selectively introduced to the forest, for the world stage. Yes this is what I have done here I think.:)

    Salvaging Solutions

    The Suzuki Foundation, with the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Committee and Forest Watch of BC, conducted some of the latest research and consulted with leading scientists when writing Salvaging Solutions, Mr. Fulton explained.

    Let's Remove the Fear, That Can Ruin our Lives

    Before I begin I wanted to open the new blog with somethings that were presented to me through reading here. What was important that I understood the perception that could have developed from Michael Crichton book, that I see this individual take a stance on, in regards to the American position on the Kyoto Accord.

    So without further ado, I wanted to open this up by presenting the book and then move into the first article I wish to produce. So having introduced," The State of Fear Blog, " I welcome any new blogers to contribute to the understanding about the Fear that could manifest itself apparent in society's sociological thinking, and move this to the deeper part of the psyche for consideration.

    I choose Thales for obvious reasons to incorporate not only the psychological aspect of where fear can be moved, and motivate good thinking people to adopt the positions they do. So it is critical that information demonstrate certain fundamental requirements for how we assess the information that opposing sites will show.

    I am currently looking at the evidence, that such fear has propagated the world forum into the actions it has taken, and whether the price of this action has benefited the world in way that would enhance our daily living.

    I have not solidified my position, although I do acknowledge certain benefits to what fear has motivated.

    So it is important then, that good minds show themselves and the information they have, to helping us make this understood as to why fear has not motivated the American persistance and resistance, on signing the Kyoto accord?

    I will be expanding this feature about the Sate of Fear beyond the context of the climatic concerns to other things as well to educate myself and others to why fear opens us ot motivate and why good infomration can help alleviate what is controlling societal views about life and such.

    This is Michael Crichton's most wide-ranging thriller. State of Fear takes the reader from the glaciers of Iceland to the volcanoes of Antarctica, from the Arizona desert to the deadly jungles of the Solomon Islands, from the streets of Paris to the beaches of Los Angeles. The novel races forward, taking the reader on a rollercoaster thrill ride, all the while keeping the brain in high gear. Gripping and thought-provoking, State of Fear is Michael Crichton at his very best.

    One of my first articles will be posted soon. So in the meantime, Welcome.

    One of the first things I would like to try and do is open this blog up to individuals who wil post their articles in response to the American reistance, as to why they should join or why they shouldn't.