Monthly Archives: September 2007

Accelerating Disaster in the Arctic Ocean

By David L. Brown A couple of years ago I privately predicted that the Arctic polar ice cap would melt a lot quicker than scientists were willing to predict. I noted the trend and projected ice loss using common sense, … Continue reading

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The Day the World Should Have Changed

By David L. Brown Today is 9/11/07, six years since the world changed. Well, no, let me take that back. Six years ago the world should have changed for us, when 19 Arab men, most of them Saudis, turned four … Continue reading

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Pacific Rim Nations Wimp Out on Climate Change

By David L. Brown Leaders of the Pacific Rim have agreed on a statement calling for all nations “to slow, stop and then reverse the growth of global greenhouse gas emissions,” according to an Associated Press report (see the full … Continue reading

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