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FSLR&CE: Attaque de requin aujourd'hui! (Shark attack today!)

By: clearlakemike, 8:52 PM GMT en Marzo 24, 2012

On thin ice February 13, 2013 4:10 PM PST
Photo by: USGS/ESA| Caption by: James Martin CNET

La femme qui ne connaît (presque) pas la peur
--13 février 2013, par Pierre Barthélémy Le Monde

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Attaque de requin aujourd'hui!
(Shark attack today!)

By Fbattail at fr.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons
Attaques de requins dans le monde map (Shark attack map)

Shark Attack

White shark
Terry Goss [GFDL (, CC-BY-SA-3.0 ( or CC-BY-2.5 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Latest Shark Attack News -- ABC News

Shark attacks on the rise in U.S. waters; more than 50 people attacked in 2012



San Francisco a Test Case for Coping with Rising Seas

Vast Oil Reserve May Now Be Within Reach, and Battle Heats Up
Published: February 3, 2013

The Enduring Effects of Ozone Depletion

San Francisco Photo Gallery: Murals of the Mission
By Nathan Borchelt

Woman, Dog Recued From Cliff Near Fort Funston
January 30, 2013 5:17 PM
-- CBS SF Bay Area

From Gun Batteries to Pups and Hang Gliding
Monday, January 21, 2013, by Alex Bevk

MHP Melissa Harris-Perry (Look for latest videos, Sunday, January 27, 2013, "President Obama's promise to save the planet" and subsequent videos)

San Francisco on Track to Become Zero Waste City
-- PBS

36 Hours in Marin County, Calif.

Published: January 24, 2013

Places to get fit in San Francisco -- SFGate

China and Australia top list of 'carbon bomb' projects
Greenpeace analysis shows 14 planned giant fossil fuel projects will increase global emissions by 20%

Oliver Milman, Tuesday 22 January 2013 08.00 EST

Whole Foods CEO: 'climate change is not necessarily bad'
'Ethical vegan' John Mackey claims he is not a climate change sceptic but says global warming is 'perfectly natural'

Josh Harkinson for Mother Jones, part of the Guardian Environment Network, Friday 18 January 2013 10.43 EST

Weekend Escape: Big Sur coast
Ragged Point Inn & Resort, about 20 miles north of San Simeon on Highway 1, boasts spectacular ocean views and relaxing trails, with visitor-friendly amenities.

By Rosemary McClure, Special to the Los Angeles Times
January 20, 2013

R.I.P. Abigail Van Buren "Dear Abby"

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Attaque de requin aujourd'hui!
(Shark attack today!)

By Fbattail at fr.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons
Attaques de requins dans le monde map (Shark attack map)

Shark Attack

White shark
Terry Goss [GFDL (, CC-BY-SA-3.0 ( or CC-BY-2.5 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Latest Shark Attack News -- ABC News

Man, 43, hospitalized with shark bite near North Kona
DLNR: 15-foot-long tiger shark bit surfer

Read more: d-with-shark-bite-near-North-Kona/-/8905354/181606 30/-/144r4wiz/-/index.html#ixzz2ILRH9k2z


Alcatraz pays tribute to Indian occupation
American Indians Activists' painted statement is emblazoned on tower once more
Carl Nolte
Updated 1:48 pm, Monday, January 14, 2013

Read more: s-tribute-to-Indian-occupation-4191169.php#ixzz2IB isvK55

Draft Federal Report Sees Big U.S. Impacts from Global Warming

One of S.F.s' twin Brown sisters dies
Will Kane

Read more: -twin-Brown-sisters-dies-4186519.php#ixzz2HjRcLdZm

Yes, RIP. Seeing the Brown sisters out on the streets of San Francisco did brighten up what may have been otherwise a dreary, perhaps foggy day. I was always amazed by how much 'energy' they had!!

Not quite as far south on the San Andreas fault as Pinnacles but an interesting stop along the way from the north. I haven't been to the Pinnacles since the film era of cameras. Haven't dug out the Pinnacles photos yet in my slow and tedious task of trying to 'digitize' my old film photographs.

Pinnacles becomes a national park -- the closest to Bay Area

By Paul Rogers
Posted: 01/10/2013 04:35:12 PM PST
Updated: 01/11/2013 09:45:08 AM PST

Australia on Fire: Record-Shattering Heat, Wildfires Engulf World’s Largest Exporter of Coal --- Democracy Now! Wednesday January 9, 2013

'California's Gold' host Huell Howser dies at 67
By By SHAYA TAYEFE MOHAJER | Associated Press

Rest in Peace, Mr. Howser. I enjoyed his 'California Gold' show very much over the years. It inspired me to get out and try to see the Golden State. Being a transplant myself I shared his enthusiasm for California.

Once while I was shopping at Jensen's in Palm Springs, I saw him talking to a clerk in the store and he suddenly let out his, "That's Amazing!" I had to run across the store before I let out a burst of laughter. I didn't want to embarrass him as I was laughing with him more than at him. I thought he and his show were wonderful and so genuine.

'Horrible' sea level rise of more than 3 feet plausible by 2100, experts say -- By John Roach, NBC News

The era of the Superstorm
By Tricia Escobedo, CNN
updated 1:57 PM EST, Sat January 5, 2013

25,000 lights to turn Bay Bridge span into giant night sculpture

By Denis Cuff
Contra Costa Times
Posted: 12/27/2012 05:12:35 PM PST
Updated: 12/27/2012 06:16:12 PM PST

Running Fence (Project for Marin Sonoma County - California) 1972-76

Sarah McLachlan - River (Music Video)

Going To Mars Could Damage The Brains Of Astronauts -- Alex Knapp, Forbes Staff

Astronomers discover Earth-like planet next to our solar system -- Science Recorder | Staff | Monday, December 24, 2012

West Antarctica Warming Faster Than Thought, Study Finds
Published: December 23, 2012 -- The New York Times

The History of Climate Change Negotiations in 83 Seconds
By Will Oremus | Posted Friday, Dec. 7, 2012, at 10:52 AM ET

"Get It Done": After Stirring Durban Speech, Student Anjali Appadurai Initially Banned by U.N. in Doha by Democracy Now! (Video)

From Small Island States to Largest Polluters, "Everyone Is Looking to the U.S." on Global Warming by Democracy Now! (Video)

Gil Scott-Heron "Winter In America" (1974) (Music Video)

Warming Arctic, Changing Planet -- Published on Nov 26, 2012 by EarthInstitute (Video)

...Speakers and Panelists:
Julie Payette, Canadian Astronaut, Scientific Delegate, Quebec Government Office

Rate of polar ice sheets melting has accelerated in the past 20 years

Elon Musk's Next Big Vision is a Mars Colony
By Damon Poeter

US coastal cities in danger as sea levels rise faster than expected, study warns
Satellite measurements show flooding from storms like Sandy will put low-lying population centres at risk sooner than projected --

Suzanne Goldenberg, US environment correspondent

UN: methane released from melting ice could push climate past tipping point
Doha conference is warned that climate models do not yet take account of methane in thawing permafrost
Fiona Harvey, environment correspondent

Sea changes harming ocean now could someday undermine marine food chain
New research by Seattle scientists shows that pteropods — tiny snail-like sea creatures crucial to marine food webs — are being damaged decades earlier than expected by ocean acidification, the souring of seas from human-caused carbon-dioxide emissions.

By Craig Welch
Seattle Times environment reporter

ETHIOPIA Joni Mitchell (music video)

Greenhouse gases reached record highs in 2011, says U.N. study

"These billions of tons of additional carbon dioxide in our atmosphere will remain there for centuries
Michel Jarraud, WMO secretary general"

Joni Mitchell -If I Had A Heart (music video)

World Bank warns of ‘4 degree’ threshold -- By Howard Schneider

Between 80 and 100 percent of livable habitat will disappear from a major panda enclave in China. --By Emily Sohn

Global Warming Cause Felt by Satellites and Space Junk
by Charles Q. Choi, Contributor

California's landmark global warming law becomes real this week with first cap-and-trade auctions -- By Paul Rogers

Bananarama - Cruel Summer music video

James Cornett: Three yucca species cohabiting in Mojave -- Written by
James Cornett
Special to The Desert Sun

The System - Don't Disturb This Groove music video

We Are Not Powerless to Confront Climate Change -- Democracy Now

Bill McKibben on Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change: "If There Was Ever a Wake-up Call, This Is It" -- Democracy Now

Frankenstorm: Meteorologist Warns Hurricane Sandy an Outgrowth of Global Warming’s Extreme Weather -- Democracy Now

New Volcano Observatory Opens in California

The OFFICIAL TRAILER for 2012 Sundance Award-Winning film "Chasing Ice," opening in theaters starting November 2012. --WeAreExposure



Oceans, plants help put the brakes on global warming, study finds --
By Alister Doyle, Reuters

Century of Drought May Be Ahead in LiveScience

My condolences to the families of the victims of the Indian train fire. Travel on the train while in India was one of the highlights of many, many highlights in this amazing country.

India has one of the world's largest train networks, with more than 10,000 trains and 64,000km of track. Around 20 million people travel by train each day.

The Reckoning
By Bill McKibben in Rolling Stone

Storms Threaten Ozone Layer Over U.S., Study Says report in New York Times

Democracy Now!'s In Depth Climate Change and Extreme Weather

Temperature Rising series in New York Times

"This Is Just the Beginning": Forest Fires, Deadly Storms, Record Heat Reveal a Changed Climate on Democracy Now!

Sea rise faster on East Coast than rest of globe

California to get seas rising 6 inches by 2030

Erosion uncovers tombstones on San Francisco’s Ocean Beach

Climate Watch Conversation: Margaret Davidson, Coastal Services Director of NOAA

"Things Happen" -

UPDATE: Ousted Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed in Democracy Now's studio in New York

San Francisco's Ocean Beach Erosion

"Water is patient, Adelaide. Water just waits. Wears down the cliff tops, the mountains. The whole of the world. Water always wins."
-The Doctor, "Doctor Who"

There Once Was an Island

Ousted Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed

Help Nasheed

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