Storms are a Brewin’ — Solar Storms that is

I’ve been warning about coming interruptions in our power and communications infrastructures for years now.  As a Ham Radio Operator I’m well aware of solar cycles, including the prominent 11-to-12-year cycle, and their impact on the environment (although Al Gore doesn’t seem to take them into account).  Well, now the storms are starting to hit, and it’s going to get worse. Newsmax is reporting that “The...

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Ocean and Automotive Technology – Power From the Waves, Tides and Keeping Your Family Safe on the Road

A bit of a hoge-podge on this weekend’s show.  We’re covering a half dozen different Ocean-related technologies, some automotive technologies and a quick SEO interview. Mark Phillips the COO at SeaSite a cruise portal dedicated to the meetings and events market. Cruising is ideal for business meetings and incentive trips because it offers greater value than a traditional land-based venue (providing savings of up to 40%) —...

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Space Camps for Corporations, Adults and Children

There are now Space Camp programs for Children, Adults and even for Corporate events. Children will learn more about space, space shuttle, robotics, mars etc in these camp programs. These programs enhance teamwork, self-confidence and communication and these will be achieved through state-of-the-art simulations, missions, rocket building and robotics.  For scholarship, photo gallery, international camps, and more information about...

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Accurate Measurements of Ancient Carbon Dioxide Help Answer the Human Cause Question

We have been seeing daily headlines on record-breaking temperatures, dwindling sea ice, and retreating glaciers around the world. But in the global-warming debate, definitive answers to questions about ultimate causes and effects remain elusive. Is our planet really destined for a hot future? Or are we simply experiencing a natural variation in Earth’s climate cycles that will return to “normal” in time? Using carbon dioxide and...

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Climate Warming Tipping Point

We’ve all heard about global warming. The earth’s warming, it’s not — it’s cooling. One thing’s for sure, my head is spinning. It’s gotten hard to keep track of what kind of climate change we’re really in for. James White, Professor of Geological Sciences, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, talked with me about what he thinks may be a tipping point. Prof. White says that we may be in for an...

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