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Prepping for Hospice

I have deliberately used the combination of the words „prepping“ and „hospice“. Prepping means preparing for collapse- or war-situations and it aims at survival. Some people understand that survival means to be as autonomous as possible and to save one‘s skin, at gunpoint in case of need.

But if we consider it as an ecological and climate disruption we are in a global hospice“ situation. Not survival is the aim, but to leave this planet with dignity, respect and in a bearable way. That‘s my view. Others might want to knock off each other.

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Multi Year Ice in the Arctic is Nearly Gone

Peter Wadhams explains in a video from Nick Breeze that multi year ice is nearly gone in the Arctic ocean. This video is from Jan. 2015.

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Arctic Sea Ice and the Precious Life

During the coming weeks I want to focus my attention on the Arctic. During the summer 2017 there has not been a blue ocean event, what had meant that the Arctic Ocean is nearly ice-free. This would have an enormous influence on the world‘s climate, because the Arctic is one of the global climate motors.

Finland‘s president Niinistö has put it in a nutshell during a meeting in North Russia:

If We Lose the Arctic, We Lose the World

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Skype Alternative Jitsi Meet

How to connect via Jitsi Meet for a video chat? I will show you what you have to do as a host or as a guest.

Jitsi Meet is based on the opensource software Jitsi from jitsi.org. It can be used for teleconferences, video chats, presentations and others. The number of participants is not limited. There is no need to log in and it’s free to use. The meetings can be protected by a password.

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Why Climate Change is Faster Than Expected

Since I am concerned with abrupt climate change – and it‘s not a very long period, 3 or 4 years – I can observe a game in mainstream media and their publications about climate change: The period of time until the temperature of our planet is rising so steep, that we are facing consequences.

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Methane News from Shakhova and Semiletov

Nick Breeze has conducted an extraordinary interview with Dr. Natalia Shakhova and Dr. Igor Semiletov.

After Dr. Natalia Shakhova and Dr. Igor Semiletov have stirred up the public with the prediction of a 50 Gigaton methane burst, it has been silent from this side for a while. Now they are back with very clear and unvarnished statements.

Photo by Sam Soffes on Unsplash

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Methan-News von Shakhova und Semiletov

Nick Breeze hat ein außergewöhnliches Interview mit Dr. Natalia Shakhova und Dr. Igor Semiletov geführt.

Nachdem Dr. Natalia Shakhova und Dr. Igor Semiletov die Öffentlichkeit mit der Vorhersage eines 50-Gigatonnen-Methan-Ausbruchs aufgescheucht hatten, war es eine Weile still aus dieser Richtung. Nun sind sie zurück mit sehr klaren, ungeschminkten Aussagen.

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Weltklimarat und Pariser Übereinkommen

Gastartikel von Jürgen Hornschuh erstmals erschienen in englischer Sprache: 2°C to Midnight, or, In Paris We Trust (2017-05-05)

Unlängst feierte die Welt das Inkrafttreten des Pariser Übereinkommens von 2015 zur Begrenzung der menschengemachten globalen Erderwärmung – und wurde kurz darauf von der Ankündigung des neuen US-Präsidenten enttäuscht, gleich wieder aus diesem Vertrag aussteigen zu wollen.

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Faster Than Expected – podcast – What‘s new?

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Faster Than Expected, subtitle: Schneller Als Gedacht

As I reworked the concept of my podcast, I realized that I had two different target audiences. So I decided to concentrate on one group: English speaking, worldwide connecting, community around abrupt climate change and the ongoing mass extinction.

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My podcast „SchnellerAlsGedacht“ (FasterThanExpected)

Maybe some of you are missing new podcast episodes. This podcast exists a little more than one year. During this year I had breaks mostly in school holidays. But it isn‘t just lack of time, sometimes I am confused how to go on.

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