Global warming to increase Arizona temps by 8.5 degrees

Days like Thursday, the temperature could be 120 degrees in Phoenix instead of the current 111, according to a long-range global warming study by the Nature Conservancy. The environmental group says climate change and global warming scenarios could increase annual

Half of India affected by extreme drought

Below normal monsoon rains have been responsible for the drought Nearly half of India’s districts have been hit by drought that could affect the production of rice, the country’s farm minister has said. Sharad Pawar said 246 districts in 10

Super Earthquake in Revelation 16 Explained – Levels The Planet

Event 14 – Rev. Ch. 16 V 17,18,20 & 21 The magnitude of an earthquake is related to the length of the fault on which it occurs — the longer the fault, the larger the earthquake. To generate a super

U.S. Military and intelligence: global warming increasing national security risks

Climate change conjures up images of melting glaciers, polar bears floating on tiny ice bergs, massive flooding, and severe droughts. Now, we can add potential military conflict. Effects of Climate change, as a result of global warming, have been studied

Rising Ocean Acidity: ‘The Carbon Problem’

Bunaken Island: Rising water temperatures, sea levels and acidity are threatening to destroy the vast region of southeast Asia known as the Coral Triangle, also called the ocean’s answer to the Amazon rainforest. What happens if there’s no more “shell”

Sea level rise worse than expected

Long-term sea level increases that could have a devastating effect on southern Florida and highly populated coastal areas may be even larger than once thought, a report suggests. Some studies have suggested that melting of ice in Antarctica and other

Water in Punjab causes DNA Mutations

Ground water in Punjab, India, has been contaminated to such an extent that it is now causing DNA to mutate in people who drink it, warns a research commissioned by the Punjab Water Pollution Control Board. The study was conducted

China blames pollution as birth defects rise

BEIJING (AFP) – Every 30 seconds a baby is born with physical defects in China, partly due to the country’s deteriorating environment, state media said, citing a senior family planning official. The figure, reported by the China Daily in its

Ocean Growing Acidic Faster Than Once Thought

Dead mussels as well as live mussels with open, eroded shells are possible symptoms of stress from declining ocean pH and increasing acidity. Credit: C.A. Pfister, University of Chicago. University of Chicago scientists have documented that the ocean is growing

Global warming ‘irreversible’ for next 1000 years

Climate change is “largely irreversible” for the next 1,000 years even if carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions could be abruptly halted, according to a new study led by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The study’s authors said there