7/28/2006 Global Warming is Real News

Thomas Schueneman

How global warming has thrown nature into disarray - The Herald

27 Jul 2006 at 8:06pm ScotsmanHow global warming has thrown nature into disarray
The Herald, UK - 16 hours ago
... food chains are being thrown out of sync by global warming, putting thousands of ... study shows that animals and plants are responding to climate change, but some ...
The fall of nature? Scotsman
all 8 related Current Media Alert - Mainstream Media Project

28 Jul 2006 at 1:17am Current Media Alert
Mainstream Media Project, CA - 11 hours ago
... Al Gore?s movie, An Inconvenient Truth, and the current record killer heat wave, have brought national attention to the global warming/climate change debate. ...
Is This Heat the New 'Normal'? Signal
all 2 related Rationing could be key to war on climate change - PhysOrg.com

28 Jul 2006 at 2:48am Rationing could be key to war on climate change
PhysOrg.com, VA - 10 hours ago
... "We have to tackle climate change as if we're going to war. Global warming is a common enemy for us all and it's a case of having to pull together. ...
Global warming: What should we do? Loudoun Times-Mirror
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Nigeria: Bakassi - Implementing an Unsatisfactory Agreement (AllAfrica.com)

26 Jul 2006 at 10:41am

Diplomacy is essentially about engineering a negotiated agreement by addressing the interests of the parties in a dispute with tact and subtlety. It is not about docility or meekness but the deployment of the language fairness in mediating sensitive issues. The Inconvenient Truth about An Inconvenient Truth (Scoop.co.nz)

25 Jul 2006 at 7:27pm

Sorry Al and Laurie. The perhaps inconvenient truth is that An Inconvenient Truth is perhaps convenient and not the truth. Science suggests the movie not based on science and it does not reflect reality. It?s a trace out of focus. Here?s why: Voice of the Reader (Southern Illinoisan)

20 Jul 2006 at 7:01am

You won't see it printed in the paper, but the so-called compromise Cheney-Specter Bill that was supposed to stop the illegal eavesdropping done by Bush is only a further compromise of our freedoms. The bill OKs Bush's illegal spying and authorizes even broader spying on us all.


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