Bill Nye on climate change: ‘It’s not 50 to 75 years away — it’s 10 or 15’

Originally posted on The Extinction Chronicles:
http://www.msnbc.com/velshi-ruhle/bill-nye-climate-change-its-not-50-75-years-away-its-10-or-15?fbclid=IwAR1Un_OybYIz56kxQthOSFS2ShttCY6ikn-OaCZAKaf3EhqC_vHk22C4HYs 05/16/19 12:36 PM—UPDATED 05/22/19 09:01 AM By Angel Torres Bill Nye, popularly known as the “Science Guy,” joined Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle to discuss the actual threat of climate change and the science behind the warming of our planet. As an TV scientist and mechanical engineer, Nye is known…

Climate Change protests spur walkout of 100s of 1000s of students worldwide: The media yawn

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Dartagnan Community Friday May 24, 2019 · 6:23 PM PDT  Recommend 121  Share  Tweet 64 Comments 64 new Greta Thunberg holds School Strike for Climate sign in March. https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/5/24/1860241/-Hundreds-of-thousands-of-students-from-1600-cities-in-125-countries-just-walked-out-of-class?detail=emaildkre Share this article Sorry you only heard this here first. But our media were understandably preoccupied by the President of the United States promoting a doctored video to…

California Board Claims (With Straight Faces) That California Racehorses Don’t Go to Slaughter

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At the April California Horse Racing Board meeting, the vice-chair, Madeline Auerbach, was rude and condescending, suggesting activists take up children’s causes instead. Oh, and she also said this: “Our horses do not go to slaughter.” As I wrote at the time, she is either unforgivably ignorant or a cynical…

Sea levels may rise much faster than previously predicted, swamping coastal cities such as Shanghai, study finds

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By Sareena Dayaram, CNN Updated 9:21 AM ET, Tue May 21, 2019 Play MuteMute Fullscreen https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/21/health/climate-change-sea-levels-scn-intl/index.html (CNN)Global sea levels could rise more than two meters (6.6 feet) by the end of this century if emissions continue unchecked, swamping major cities such as New York and Shanghai and displacing up…