Thursday, July 20, 2017

Solar Eclipse USA 21 Aug 2017...!

Solar Eclipse USA 21 Aug 2017...!

...a eclipse is a physics astronomy phenomenon, that requires
certain coincidences, and rotations of planets and moons!

..has the World, Science and the Bible with Jesus been eclipsed totally by my Book: Book of Pure Logic? Nearly!


Thursday, July 13, 2017

This BLOG has gone FULL: as NOAH's one and only one ARK ! So we have gone to ANAGRAMMATT 4 - This World has a maximum carrying capacity also!

This BLOG has gone FULL: as NOAH's one and only one ARK ! So we have gone to ANAGRAMMATT 4 - This World has a maximum carrying capacity also!


No species has altered the Earth’s natural landscape the way humans have. Our impact is so extensive that we are crossing into a new geologic epoch – the Anthropocene – propelled by human behavior. Global climate change, mass extinction, and overexploitation of our global commons are all examples of the ways in which humans have altered the natural landscape. Our growing population, coupled with rising affluence and per capita impact, is driving our planet closer to its tipping point. With population expected to reach 9.5 billion by 2050, many wonder if our natural resources can keep up with our growing demands.

The World Population Map can be viewed with the data overlay, “Anthropogenic Transformation,” created by ecologist Erle Ellis. Instead of dividing the world into classical biomes (savanna, rainforest, woodlands, tundra, etc.), Ellis conceived of depicting a map of “anthromes” to describe the way human have reshaped the earth’s ecological patterns. The Anthrome map shows croplands, rangelands, urban areas and other human settlements.


Human population, now over 7 billion, cannot continue to grow indefinitely. There are limits to the life-sustaining resources earth can provide us. In other words, there is a carrying capacity for human life on our planet. Carrying capacity is the maximum number of a species an environment can support indefinitely. Every species has a carrying capacity, even humans. However, it is very difficult for ecologists to calculate human carrying capacity. Humans are a complex species. We do not reproduce, consume resources, and interact with our living environment uniformly. Carrying capacity estimates involve making predictions about future trends in demography, resource availability, technological advances and economic development.


One way to address the challenges associated with making future projections is to look at current human impact on the planet. The ecological footprint is a measurement of the anthropogenic impact on earth. It tracks how much biocapacity (biological capacity) there is and how much biocapacity people use by comparing the rate at which we consume natural resources and generate waste to the planet’s ability to replenish those resources and absorb waste. Today, our global footprint is in overshoot. It would take 1.5 Earths to sustain our current population. If current trends continue, we will reach 3 Earths by the year 2050.


Our planet does not have the biocapacity to sustain our current levels of growth and resource consumption. So, what can be done to minimize our collective impact on the environment? In his book, How Many People Can the Earth Support?, mathematical biologist Joel Cohen classifies current solutions into three paradigms: those looking for a “bigger pie” (improving technology), those advocating for “fewer forks” (slowing population growth), and those looking to rationalize and improve decision-making though “better manners” (changing global culture). Cohen argues that, standing along, each paradigm is necessary in solving our environmental crisis, but not sufficient. Change must come from a combination of all three. “Promoting access to contraceptives, developing economies, saving children, empowering women, educating men, and doing it all at once,” he writes, is a way to both lower our impact on the planet and improve the quality of life for all. Perhaps Oxford economist Robert Cassen said it best, “Virtually everything that needs doing from a population perspective needs doing anyway”. Adopting human-centered initiatives targeted at addressing both population growth and consumption habits, ranging from the individual to trans-national level, are our best hope for achieving a sustainable future.


Friday, July 7, 2017

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

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Saturday, May 27, 2017

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Monday, May 22, 2017

BBC News - Hungary rejects EU pressure over asylum and university laws - BBC News - Portugal back to fiscal health, says EU

BBC News - Hungary rejects EU pressure over asylum and university laws

BBC News - Portugal back to fiscal health, says EU

Greek flag outside the Athens stock exchange


Sunday, May 14, 2017

Happy Mothers day! Blue Rose! Abstract painting!

Happy Mothers Day!

Happy Mothers day to all the mother fuckers
which really have no mother! That is why we
call them that! MOTHER FUCKERS!

Feliz dia de las madres!

Feliz dia de las madres a todos los
HIJOS DE PUTA(BITCHES), que no tienen
madre realmente.
Por eso los llamamos asi! HIJOS DE PUTA!


ABSTRACT painting

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Bing news for April 25...! United NAtions upset over executions of investigators in CONGO...!

United Nations upset after Congo shows execution of two investigators captured on grisly video

Tom Wilson, Bloomberg News | April 25, 2017 11:52 AM ET
More from Bloomberg News

[["...The Democratic Republic of Congo’s government screened a video showing the execution of two United Nations investigators whose bodies were found in Kasai-Central province last month.
U.S. citizen Michael Sharp and Swedish national Zaida Catalan went missing on March 12 while probing a conflict in the centre of the country that has left hundreds of people dead and forced more than 1 million others to flee their homes.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

The latest news of USA and "Donald Strategic Military and Economy Intelligence" is a messaging system using the AMERICAN FLAG...!

The latest news of USA and "Donald Strategic Military and Economy Intelligence" is a messaging system using the AMERICAN FLAG...!

USA our country is:  DESTROYED / FLATTENED

USA our country is:  AT PEACE AT THE MOMENT






Saturday, April 1, 2017

News google: Venezuela/Venepsuela...!

Venezuela's opposition emboldened after top court reverses decision to strip congress' power

Los Angeles Times - ‎3 hours ago‎
Venezuela's beleaguered opposition emerged with a rare political victory Saturday as the nation's Supreme Court reversed a pair of decisions that had sparked domestic and international condemnation against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuela walks back move to strip congress' power

Kansas City Star - ‎47 minutes ago‎
Venezuela's president and Supreme Court backed down Saturday from an unprecedented move to strip congress of its legislative powers that had sparked widespread charges that the South American country was no longer a democracy.

How Does Populism Turn Authoritarian? Venezuela Is a Case in Point

New York Times - ‎13 hours ago‎
When Hugo Chávez took power in Venezuela nearly 20 years ago, the leftist populism he championed was supposed to save democracy.

Venezuela's Ignacio Castillo Cottin Bids to Re-screen Biopic 'El Inca' (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety - ‎6 hours ago‎
Venezuelan director Ignacio Castillo Cottin and his producing partner Nathalie Sar-Shalom have filed an appeal to re-screen “El Inca,” Castillo's biopic about boxer Edwin Valero, in Venezuela. Drama was pulled out from Venezuelan theatres in ...

In Venezuela, Supreme Court Takes Over Congress

NPR - ‎Mar 31, 2017‎
Venezuela's Supreme Court seized power from the opposition-led legislature on Thursday. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Amherst professor Javier Corrales, whose research focuses on Latin American democracy and politics about the state of Venezuela's ...

Separation of powers still not working in Venezuela: Argentina says

Reuters - ‎10 hours ago‎
Malcorra made the comment at a news conference after a meeting of the Mercosur trade bloc called to discuss Venezuela's political crisis. The bloc published a statement calling on Venezuela to take "immediate concrete measures" to ensure the separation ...

Venezuela Offers Colombia Landslide Aid Despite Rising Tension

teleSUR English - ‎7 hours ago‎
“We're brotherly people who are there to be together and show respect for one another in trying times,” Maduro said. “All solidarity and love to the people of Colombia,” Maduro posted on Twitter, adding that Venezuela is “ready to provide the support ...

Venezuela's raging homicide epidemic is going unrecorded

Los Angeles Times - ‎Mar 31, 2017‎
Venezuela's violent crime epidemic appears to be escalating into a full-blown humanitarian crisis. The precise dimensions are hard to know, however, because along with the collapse of the economy and widespread hunger has come a near blackout of ...

Venezuela In Political Crisis After Supreme Court Takes Over Legislature

NPR - ‎Mar 31, 2017‎
Venezuela's Supreme Court has taken over the legislature in what opposition leaders say is President Maduro establishing a dictatorship.

He went from being kidnapped in Venezuela to training a Kentucky Derby contender

Miami Herald - ‎Mar 30, 2017‎
Antonio Sano was Venezuela's most successful thoroughbred trainer. Race after race, 3,338 times, his horses won as his reputation as the “Czar of the Hippodrome” grew.

The OAS Is Getting Ready to Attack Venezuela Again — Here's How

teleSUR English - ‎5 hours ago‎
Organization of American States, OAS, Secretary General Luis Almagro has called for a “special meeting” to be held on Monday to discuss the recent Venezuela Supreme Court decision, despite the fact that the decision was reversed due to criticisms ...

Power struggles in Venezuela, Paraguay

The Australian - ‎14 hours ago‎
In Venezuela in a rare climb-down by the President's allies, the pro-Maduro court retreated from the rulings that had sparked opposition calls for mass protest marches in a volatile country stricken by an economic and political crisis.

Crisis Upon Crisis in Venezuela

New York Times - ‎Mar 29, 2017‎
Last month, the United Nations announced that Venezuela had lost its right to vote in the General Assembly for a second year because it owes tens of millions of dollars in dues.

On Venezuela's Death Spiral

Forbes - ‎Mar 30, 2017‎
With the arrival of President Hugo Chávez in 1999, Venezuela embraced Chavismo, a form of Andean socialism. In 2013, Chávez met the Grim Reaper, and Nicolás Maduro assumed Chávez' mantle.

Venezuela Says Murders Soared to 60 Per Day in 2016

U.S. News & World Report - ‎Mar 31, 2017‎
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's murder rate rose to an average 60 per day last year, up from about 45 per day in 2015, the attorney general's office said on Friday, as a deep economic and political crisis exacerbated violence in the country.

Venezuela court backtracks to quell outrage

Reuters - ‎8 hours ago‎
Venezuela court backtracks to quell outrage. Saturday, April 01, 2017 - 01:25. Venezuela's pro-government Supreme Court on Saturday revoked its controversial annulment of the opposition-led Congress amid international condemnation and protests against ...

Venezuela's top prosecutor rebukes Supreme Court power grab

Faribault County Register - ‎Mar 31, 2017‎
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - Venezuela's chief prosecutor broke with the government Friday and rebuked a Supreme Court decision stripping congress of its last vestiges of power, showing a crack in the embattled administration of socialist President ...

Cash-strapped Venezuela negotiating Russian help to pay PDVSA bonds: sources

Reuters - ‎Mar 31, 2017‎
Earlier this month, Reuters reported PDVSA had offered a stake in the Petropiar joint venture to Rosneft, as part of what two sources told Reuters was a wider package of financial help Venezuela was seeking from Russia. In recent days, financially ...

Trump, Tillerson, Venezuela: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

New York Times - ‎Mar 30, 2017‎
1. A new plot twist in a Washington drama: Two White House officials helped Devin Nunes, the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, view the secret reports that showed incidental surveillance of the Trump campaign.

The Latest: Venezuela opposition celebrates court reversal

WHIO - ‎14 hours ago‎
Opposition members shout slogans against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro during a protest, in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, March 31, 2017. Venezuelans have been thrust into a new round of political turbulence after the government-stacked ...