Tag: ecology

  • Chernobyl, Kara Sea, life…

    For more than a decade, Western governments have been helping Russia to remove nuclear fuel from decommissioned submarines docked in the Kola Peninsula, the region of Russia closest to Scandinavia. But further east lies an intact nuclear submarine at the bottom of the Kara Sea, and its highly enriched uranium fuel is a potential time bomb. […]

  • BP, Deep Horizon and the “we must do something” mania of Western people…

    If the 4.9 million barrels of oil that spilled into the Gulf of Mexico during the 2010 Deep Water Horizon spill was a ecological disaster, the two million gallons of dispersant used to clean it up apparently made it even worse! According to new research from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes […]

  • “Artificial”, “Natural”, conventions conventions conventions…

    The Colorado River flooded the Grand Canyon on Monday as part of an ongoing experiment to rebuild beaches and restore fish habitat in the iconic Arizona gorge. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar was on hand to open the river outlet tubes at the Glen Canyon Dam in an attempt to clear out the hundreds of millions of […]

  • Human Earth – Too crazy? Or too Logical?

    Human Earth – Too crazy? Or too Logical?

    Humans and Earth look too much alike. They seem to share the same “organs”, they seem to both be “alive” in a sense. How much do we really resemble Earth? Take a look at our blood system. Humans have veins, the Earth has its rivers who also circulate all beneficial ingredients of the soil everywhere […]