Environment

The Shape Of Things to Come?

Top NASA Scientist Discusses The Future of Undersea Warfare by Dennis M. Bushnell Since the 1950s, when more than 50 percent of the nation’s work force became engaged in some type of “information-intensive,” activity, the United States (and the world) have been in the midst of an unprecedented Technological Revolution, currently centered around Information, Biological, and Nanoscale technologies. These technologies…

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Environment, Fracking

Ocean Noise: Secret to a Sound Ocean

DISALLOW seismic airgun testing off our coasts! Voices of coastal communities and marine life are being silenced! Oceana Seismic Airgun Testing Infographic PDF Sound is as important to whales as vision is to humans. Our scientific research (with Chris Clark and Dimitri Ponirakis at Cornell University’s Bioacoustics Research Program) is measuring how noisy or quiet important habitats are to fin,…

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NASA Blast Wave Accelerator Methane Uptick
Environment, Fracking

Why Are NC Environmental Groups Allowing Seismic Cannons for Oil and Gas Exploration?

Anything Obama wants, he will get, in the state of North Carolina.  Surely, the North Carolina Democrat Party m̶u̶s̶t̶ ̶b̶e̶ , should be questioning how we got to this point.  Pat McCrory is pushing the hydraulic fracking issue in the name of improving the economic prospects for NC, while Obama  opens the East Coast to oil exploration with sonic cannons (starting…

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