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For those lost to Hurricane Sandy in the Caribbean and US



I still hear her wind...

I still see the rising water and devastation...

Remember the cold nights...

The uneasy quiet after the storm...

There is much done,

yet much left to do...

Sandy hurt us,

and that hurt remains...

But she did not defeat us.

Superstorm Sandy: A Look Back



We must now rebuild wisely and with the knowledge that climate change is here.

Faith... strength... will.

Occupy Sandy

Note 10/31: I did not feel comfortable posting these on October 29, because for me it was a day of remembrance and healing. Now that day is over and it is imperative to talk about what led to Hurricane Sandy and so many other events we are seeing globally and to address them aggressively. With extreme weather events due to human forcing on our climate system becoming more extreme and destructive and in some cases more frequent we can no longer deny the scientific facts and must move aggressively to a clean energy world which will re…

Thousands Of Starfish Melting On the Ocean Floor Off Pacific West Coast

This is concerning and disturbing. Besides rising ocean temperatures and acidifcation happening to our oceans on the whole, this part of the world has another threat: Is this part of the culmination between acidification, rising ocean temperatures and effects of Fukushima?

I posted this because people need to see what is going on that we are not seeing in the media. The usuals in charge downplay Fukushima, but I truly think that is a grave mistake.

Something Is Killing Life All Over The Pacific Ocean

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Clearly something unusual is happening to the Pacific. The following is what one Australian discovered as he journeyed across the Pacific Ocean recently… The next leg of the long voyage was from Osaka to San Francisco and for most of that trip the desolation was tinged with nauseous horror and a degree of fear. “After we left Japan, it felt as if the ocean itself was dead,” Macfadyen said.

“We hardly saw any living things. We saw one whale, sort of rolling helplessly on the …