Earth and Space Weather News Sept 30, 2014: Solar tornadoes; Space weather; Solar polar field observations; Glacier Mapping; Global weather
Earth and Space Weather News Sept 29, 2014: Earthquake watch; Space weather; Planetary alignments; Global weather
Earth and Space Weather News Sept 28, 2014: M5 solar flare, Earthquake watch, Space weather, Global weather, Japan’s Mt Ontake volcano erupts; Rare hail storm hits California’s Napa Valley; Arizona flood; Utah flood
On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin speaks with former Congressman and three time presidential candidate, Ron Paul, discussing his views on the ramifications of expanding the war against ISIS into Syria, how US foreign policy has exacerbated the growth of Islamic extremism, the hypocritical partnership with Saudi Arabia, and the marginalization of alternative views outside of the two party system.
British MP George Galloway has been met with praise and criticism for his speech given in Parliament today, where he set out his case against military intervention in Iraq. “There was no Islamist fundamentalism in Iraq before Mr Blair… and Mr Bush invaded and occupied,” he said.
Earth and Space Weather News Sept 27, 2014: Space weather – CME, sun spots, massive plasma filament; Earthquake watch; Undulatus Asperatus Cloud ; Rosetta to Deploy Lander on November 12; Study Finds Solar System’s Water Is Older Than the Sun; GMO Wheat Investigation Closed, But Another One Opens; Tampa flooding
Earth and Space Weather News Sept 26, 2014: Earthquake watch; Huge C-Flare from the backside of the sun; Space weather – sun spots and coronal holes; Global weather
Earth and Space Weather News Sept 25, 2014: Earthquake watch; Spaceweather; Natural Climate Change; No black holes; Spaceweather Effects on Military Satellite Communications; Changes in groundwater chemistry before two consecutive earthquakes in Iceland
A one-day United Nations summit on climate change in New York hosted by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has ended with an agreement to widen the use of renewable energy and raise billions of euros in aid for developing countries in an effort to slow climate change. Plus, Leonardo DiCaprio’s UN speech on climate change.
The noosphere defines the inevitable next stage of terrestrial evolution, which will subsume and transform the biosphere.
Hundreds of protesters crammed the streets of Lower Manhattan, clashing with the NYPD as they attempted to march down Wall Street. Kmele Foster, co-host of Fox Business’ The Independents, met up with Pulitzer-Prize winning author Chris Hedges for a heated debate on the merits of capitalism.
Earth and Space Weather News Sept 23, 2014: Space weather; Pluto IS a Planet!; Infant Solar System Shows Signs of Windy Weather; Impact of radioactive materials from Fukushima on two butterfly generations; Nova Scotia Flood; New Mexico Flood; Global weather
A few years back, I hated the word “commitment.” It felt heavy and ugly. In fact, to me, it seemed like a dirtier word than many that start with an “F.” These days, I see the same tendency in many of my life coach clients, and my most spiritually-inclined friends. So I think it’s time to give commitment a little positive PR in the hopes of making it more attractive and user-friendly. Because if you want to be truly free, in the most spiritual and mature way, then you need to get over your commitment-phobia (believe it or not there is no nice latin-based word for this all-too-common affliction).
Earth and Space Weather News Sept 22, 2014: Earthquake watch; Iceland 3D quakes; Space weather; Summer 2014 was record warmest on Earth?; Rosetta’s Latest; Maven Spacecraft Reaches Mars; Tropical Storm Fung-Wong Devastation; Global weather
In this interview hosted by Marie Forleo, Dr. Ned Hallowell, a leading authority in the field of ADHD, shows you how to focus, prioritize, and maximize your energy to be more productive. Here are five things he recommends…