Monthly Archives: September 2006

The Trouble with China, “The Great Squanderer”

By David L. Brown The world’s fastest growing nation, both in terms of economic expansion and absolute population numbers, is firmly set on the path of building on the mistakes of the past. The Chicom leaders of the Middle Kingdom … Continue reading

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CO2 Threatens Not Only Air, But Ocean Too

By David L. Brown One of the things that helps slow the rise of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere—and the greenhouse warming that results from higher CO2—is the fact that more than a third of the carbon released into the … Continue reading

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New AAAS President Confirms Global Warming Is Serious

By David L. Brown There is no longer any significant doubt about whether global warming and the potential climate change it will bring about are real. Recent reports from the National Research Council (read it here) and others have confirmed … Continue reading

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