Friday, December 6, 2019

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All you need to know about cryosphere and why it’s important for earth?

The scientists at Norvergence found that the interactions between ices cover and snow make the cryosphere very important for the global climate.

The Values of Failing

“I do think that failure is a valuable part of life. We learn from it, benefit from it, and sometimes, have to reconcile ourselves to it.”

Gimme shelter too!!

The real crime is that the rents are much higher than if the renter was able to afford a down payment and pay a lower price for a mortgage on the same property!

Thanksgiving in spite of it all

Why, in the era of the Worst President Ever, with racism and violence erupting with special virulence for the past three years, should we offer thanks?

Cross-generational power to change

What can what little girl do? She can lead the rest of us to victory.

Why is there so much wrong in our society?

A battle is taking place, between those forces in the world that are wedded to the old ways, and a dynamic, global movement for social justice, environmental action, peace and freedom.

Norvergence reveals the real culprit of Amazon deforestation and wildfires

Looking at the current relationship and scenario, the future of the Amazon rainforest seems to be in danger until some international organizations or the UN addresses the issue.

Ending violence, exploitation, ecological destruction and war: Creating a culture of peace

Until our parenting and teaching models are radically altered, a culture of peace will remain an impossible dream. And human extinction in the near term is inevitable.

Hollow promises of a better life: Modern day slavery

Like many of the issues facing humanity, modern day slavery demands a coordinated consistent approach, cooperation and commitment, nor just among governments, but between nongovernmental organizations, and multinational corporations.

Homeland insecurity

Doesn't matter if it's a Bush, an Obama or now a Trump in the White House... Perpetual War continues at taxpayer and innocent civilians' expense!

The circus never left!!

Sorry, this circus only wishes to show us the Forever Food Fight between the two parties, hosted by the clown of clowns.

Our vanishing world: Insects

Just one critical and largely ignored variable in this rush to extinction is our decimation of the world insect population denying us an ever-expanding range of ecological services.

Apocalypse Now?

Sadly, the more this empire focuses our attention on phony wars and regime change, and not on the slow bankrupting of this economy... Apocalypse Now won't be a redux, but a reality!

Never had a chance!

It was 1956, Brooklyn, NYC, the year after our beloved Dodgers had finally won a World Series from those Damn Yankees. We...

Maybe a child slave makes the chocolate that you are eating

“People are enjoying something (chocolate) that I suffered to make. They are eating my Flesh.”

Human violence: Pervasive, multi-dimensional and extinction-threatening

Violence is pervasive throughout human society and it has a vast range of manifestations. Moreover, some of these manifestations – particularly the...

The recipe for disaster

I tune into many cooking shows lately. They all have lots of recipes for just about any kind of dish one can...

Norvergence – From Syrian children holding Pokemon Go placard to save their lives to...

Environmentalists at Norvergence believe that the different ways in which today’s generation especially children are raising their voice against injustice or climate...

The struggle for peace in Afghanistan: Is community engagement the key?

I have just read a superb book by Mark Isaacs, an Australian who has documented several years of effort by a group...

Norvergence: It’s time to remember the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster

George Stacey, an environmentalist at Norvergence: “I’ll never forget Bhopal Gas Tragedy- a man-made catastrophe resulted in the death of over 4,000...

A Review of Marcelo Gullo’s book: “International Relations: A Critical Theory from the South...

The book: “Relaciones internacionales: Una teoría crítica desde la periferia sudamericana” (International Relations: a Critical Theory from the South American periphery) contains...

You don’t need a weatherman…

Taken from one of Bob Dylan's songs, Subterranean Homesick Blues, this lyric "You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows"...

What we are missing

It is summer, I’m a teacher, nearly unpaid, and have the gift of prep time for fall classes. I’m also being indulgent...

Bring on ideas

Tulsi Gabbard has been blocked from the September debates.  She needs help. Bernie Sanders is fighting the corrupt media, day and...

The tool

Vladimir Putin, having helped install Trump, is categorically enjoying the fruits of those labors, with an America much more divided and hating...