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Mini Ice Age The full story PART 2

http://www.angelicscorn.co.uk/ Will a mini ice age hit us in 2013 or 2012. This is part 2 were I talk about the ocean temp, co2, s02, the sun, post glazier rebound, earth quakes, volcanoes, world economy and ice ages. In part 3 I will look at survival and expected conditions. Disclaimer and Free usage notification Here By I J.H Theart give all living creatures the right to copy, mirror, and download this video, this video belongs to me and my not be trademaked nor copyrighted. This video contains copyrighted material and thus may not be sold, nor purchased. Hereby I aslo indicate that this video is made to educate and all copyrighted material it contains is there for that purpose and add meaning and incourage interpretation and creative thinking. I believe this video complies with all free usage laws thus making it fair and lawful. Music I think belongs to BMI recordings

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Markets Need Governments

University of Cambridge professor Paul Gilding and Post Carbon Institute Senior Fellow Richard Heinberg discuss with Climate One whether or not the government should be involved in regulating and making change in the economy. Speakers: Paul Gilding, Professor, University of Cambridge Program for Sustainability Leadership, and author, The Great Disruption. Richard Heinberg, Senior Fellow, Post Carbon Institute, and author, The End of Growth. http://www.climate-one.org http://www.commonwealthclub.org Recorded: November 7, 2011

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Rev. Josh Pawelek on "The Place We Require of Humans" 10-9-11 at UUS:E

Sermon "The Place We Require of Humans". Seeing the world as it is to discover how we can live among 'the ruins' and find the blessings of atonement. Rev. Pawelek draws on the work of Sonja Sanchez and Paul Gilding to call on people to adapt in order to meet the global challenges of our day - Now.

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Added: 772 days ago by lando

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Who Killed Economic Growth

**PLEASE SHARE** Excerpted from: http://www.endofgrowth.com Richard Heinberg propose a startling diagnosis: humanity has reached a fundamental turning point in its economic history. The expansionary trajectory of industrial civilization is colliding with non-negotiable natural limits. ** Please understand that we fit all we could into a five minute video. Yes, there are many issues and nuances left out. You'll find most addressed in the book from which this material was excerpted: http://www.endofgrowth.com *** "Why have mainstream economists ignored environmental limits for so long? If Heinberg is right, they will have much explaining to do." -- LESTER BROWN, Founder Earth Policy Institute "Heinberg shows how peak oil, peak water, peak food, etc. lead not only to the end of growth, but to the beginning of a new era of progress without growth." -- HERMAN E. DALY, Professor Emeritus, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland "By the time you finish Heinberg's book, you will have 2 conclusions: This is the end of economic growth and it is our problem, not our childrens'. It's time to get ready. This book is the place to start." -- PAUL GILDING -- Former head of Greenpeace International "Richard has rung the bell on the limits to growth. Our shift from quantity of consumption to quality of life is the great challenge of our generation. Frightening...but ultimately freeing." -- JOHN FULLERTON - President and Founder, Capital Institute DONATIONS: We're a small nonprofit who stretch our budget to achieve great things. We need your help! http://www.postcarbon.org/donate ~~~~~~~~~~~ Occupy Shirts | The Place to Get Your Own OCCUPY T-Shirt ... http://www.occupyshirts.org ~~~~~~~~~~~

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Arab Spring Sour: 'Egypt revolt one long military coup'

Egypt's ruling military council has accepted the resignation of the Cabinet and agreed to form the national salvation government. It also pledged to stage presidential elections and transfer power to a civilian government by July 1, 2012. Speaking to Egyptians on Tuesday evening, the de-facto ruler Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi stated: "I decided to accept Sharaf's government resignation, but they continue until we find an alternative." He confirmed that the next president will be elected by the end of June 2012. RT on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com RT on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews

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Egypt Erupts: Arab Spring cradle seethes with fresh unrest

Egypt's Tahrir square is once again the scene of brutal clashes, with police using tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse tens of thousands of protesters. The show of anger at a lack of reform comes before crucial elections, and could carry the potential to paralyse the country once again. RT's Paula Slier who's on her way to Cairo, has the latest from neighboring Israel. RT on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com RT on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews

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Who Killed Economic Growth?

**PLEASE SHARE** Excerpted from: http://www.endofgrowth.com Richard Heinberg propose a startling diagnosis: humanity has reached a fundamental turning point in its economic history. The expansionary trajectory of industrial civilization is colliding with non-negotiable natural limits. ** Please understand that we fit all we could into a five minute video. Yes, there are many issues and nuances left out. You'll find most addressed in the book from which this material was excerpted: http://www.endofgrowth.com*** "Why have mainstream economists ignored environmental limits for so long? If Heinberg is right, they will have much explaining to do." -- LESTER BROWN, Founder Earth Policy Institute "Heinberg shows how peak oil, peak water, peak food, etc. lead not only to the end of growth, but to the beginning of a new era of progress without growth." -- HERMAN E. DALY, Professor Emeritus, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland "By the time you finish Heinberg's book, you will have 2 conclusions: This is the end of economic growth and it is our problem, not our childrens'. It's time to get ready. This book is the place to start." --PAUL GILDING -- Former head of Greenpeace International "Richard has rung the bell on the limits to growth. Our shift from quantity of consumption to quality of life is the great challenge of our generation. Frightening...but ultimately freeing." --JOHN FULLERTON - President and Founder, Capital Institute DONATIONS: We're a small nonprofit who stretch our budget to achieve great things. We need your help! http://www.postcarbon.org/donate ANIMATION: (The Amazing) MONSTRO DESIGN: http://www.monstrodesign.com TRANSLATIONS: TURKISH: http://dotsub.com/view/7cc25150-ac01-47c9-a5de-b3acc731fb30 (select from menu) SPANISH: http://dotsub.com/view/7cc25150-ac01-47c9-a5de-b3acc731fb30 (select from menu) ITALIAN: http://dotsub.com/view/7cc25150-ac01-47c9-a5de-b3acc731fb30 (select from menu) - thanks to Cristiano Bottone

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Added: 787 days ago by DeekJackson

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The Problem - Peak Oil - Part One Understanding and looking forward.

Created with Creative commons license videos I created this video in order to inform regarding peak oil and the reality we will need to rethink how we do things for the future.

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Added: 787 days ago by Deek

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There's No Tomorrow (Peak Oil Documentary) Part One

The first production by http://www.incubatepictures.com: A 34 minute animated documentary about resource depletion and the impossibility of infinite growth on a finite planet.

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Added: 787 days ago by Deek

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