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Doomsday approaching? Clock ticking closer to midnight

July 7 2015

by: Doyle Rice, USA TODAY

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Death by Technology | Decline and Collapse | The Environment

Mass Extinction: It's the End of the World as We Know It

July 7 2015

by: Dahr Jamail, Truthout | Interview





Guy McPherson is a professor emeritus of evolutionary biology, natural resources and ecology at the University of Arizona, and has been a climate change expert for 30 years. He has also become a controversial figure, due to the fact that he does not shy away from talking about the possibility of near-term human extinction.

While McPherson's perspective might sound like the stuff of science fiction, there is historical precedent for his predictions. Fifty-five million years ago, a 5-degree Celsius rise in average global temperatures seems to have occurred in just 13 years, according to a study published in the October 2013 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A report in the August 2013 issue of Science revealed that in the near term, earth's climate will change 10 times faster than during any other moment in the last 65 million years.


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Death by Technology | Decline and Collapse | The Environment

Americans Suffer Technology Overload, But We Want More

July 7 2015

by: Tom Kaneshige




Workers say they are overwhelmed by information and worn down by technology. However, almost 60 percent of U.S. employees say they would wear technology if it made them more productive. Check out this infographic that highlights our love-hate relationship with tech.


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Hottest Year Ever

July 6 2015

by: By Bruce Melton, Truthout


            
 

 

The last time we had this discussion was 2013, remember? Before that it was 2010. Before that it was 2005, and everything started with the Super El Nino in 1998. Statistically, saying that 2014 was the hottest year ever is a very valid thing, and if you understand statistics, I am envious of you.


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Death by Technology | The Environment

15 Signs That The Quality Of Jobs In America Is Going Downhill Really Fast

July 7 2013

by: Micheal Snyder

 

Trying to find a job in America today can be an incredibly frustrating experience.  Most of the jobs that are available seem to pay very little, and there is intense competition for just about any job that is open.  But it wasn't always like this.  When I was in high school, I was immediately hired when I applied for a job at McDonalds because they were so desperate for workers that they would hire just about anyone that could flip a burger.  But in this economic environment, a single nationwide hiring event conducted by McDonalds resulted in a million job applications, and only a small percentage of those applicants were actually hired.  Our economy simply does not produce enough jobs for everyone anymore, and the percentage of "good jobs" continues to decline.  That means that it is getting really hard to find a job that will enable you to support a family, and a lot of people end up doing jobs that they are massively overqualified for.  But when times are tough, people are going to do what they have to do in order to survive.


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The war against privacy: ECPA vs FISA

May 11 2013

by: RT

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Death by Technology

Arkansas still a mess after Exxon oil spill

April 14 2013

by: RT

Tags:

Death by Technology | The Environment


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