Males of All Species are Becoming More Female
Pollution Causing Feminization of Males Across Multiple Species, The Independent
Environmental impact of estrogens on human, animal and plant life, Science Direct
Warming warning over turtle feminization, PhysOrg
Environmental Warming and Feminization of Sea Turtle Populations, Cell.com
Demasculinization and feminization of male gonads by atrazine: Consistent effects across vertebrate classes, NIH
Are Endocrine Disruptors Blurring Issues of Gender? NIC
Background fish feminization effects in European remote sites, Nature
Endocrine Disruption Found in Fish Exposed to Municipal Wastewater, USGS
Evolution or Extinction of Men, Women’s Health
Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Endocrine
Disruptors in Water
The impact of exposure to air pollution on cognitive performance, PNAS
Seniors and men are especially vulnerable to cognitive decline due to dirty air, Motherboard
Is air pollution making us stupider?
‘Suppressed’ EU report could have banned 31 pesticides worth billions, the report said pesticides are making us stupid, depressed and infertile, Guardian
Western diet cause reduced cognition, declining cognition and dementia, NIH
Too Much Screen Time Damages the Brain
What Screen Time Can Really Do to Kids’ Brains
Myopia Epidemic From Too Much Screen Time, Not Enough Sunlight
Non-stick Frying Pans Making Penises Smaller
Western Male Sperm Counts Down 60% in 40 years
Generational decline in testosterone levels observed, (2007) Helio
You’re Not The Man Your Father Was, Forbes
Lower testosterone levels in men are related to depression, lethargy, weight gain and lower cognitive ability.
Millennial men are significantly weaker than their fathers, The Telegraph
Ship of Fools, Tucker Carlson
Academic And Scientific Fraud
1,500 scientists lift the lid on reproducibility
Is the Peer Review Process a Scam? – enago academy
Let’s end reviewer fraud – Publons
107 cancer papers retracted due to peer review fraud | Ars Technica
Peer review: a flawed process at the heart of science – Google Scholar
Why scientists need to do more about research fraud – Guardian
Canadian researchers who commit scientific fraud are protected by privacy laws – The Toronto Star
China cracks down after investigation finds massive peer-review fraud – science mag
The Bottom of the Barrel of Science Fraud – Neuroskeptic
Peer-Review Fraud — Hacking the Scientific Publication Process | NEJM
Scientific Fraud – EuroScientist journal
5 Common Types of Pharmaceutical Frauds You Should Know About!
Tribalization. Why War is Coming
How America’s identity politics went from inclusion to division
In 2017, the myth of powering the world with 100% renewables has started to crack
Global demand for oil will continue to increase until 2040 says the IEA
EUROPE GETS 60% OF ITS “RENEWABLE ENERGY” BY BURNING IMPORTED TREES
The EU is emitting way more greenhouse gases than it says
UC Davis Peer Reviewed Study: It Will Take 131 Years to Replace Oil with Alternatives (Malyshkina, 2010)
At this rate, it’s going to take nearly 400 years to transform the energy system
University of Chicago Peer Reviewed Study: predicts world economy unlikely to stop relying on fossil fuels (Covert, 2016)
Solar and Wind produced less than one percent of total world energy in 2016 – IEA WEO 2017
Turbines Kill So Many Birds They’re Effectively an Apex Predator
Fossil Fuel Share of Global Energy since 1990 – BP 2017
Renewable energy ‘simply won’t work’: Top Google engineers
Top scientists show why powering US using 100 percent renewable energy is a delusional fantasy
IEA Sees No Peak Oil Demand ‘Any Time Soon’, WSJ
There Will Be An Oil Shortage In The 2020s, Goldman Sachs Says (CNBC)
Natural gas to become largest energy source by 2030 — IEA
Renewable Energy Is Surging, but Not Fast Enough to Stop Warming
Peak Conventional Oil In Ten Years
The Curse of Energy Efficiency
Vaclav Smil: “The great hope for a quick and sweeping transition to renewable energy is wishful thinking”
The Long Slow Rise of Solar and Wind – Vaclav Smil
Wind turbines are not helping with energy — they are consuming much more coal in their creation
Is Renewable Energy Renewable?
Global Energy Demand & Carbon Emissions Increase In 2017
A new report finds that none of the negative emission technologies has the potential to deliver carbon removals at the gigaton (Gt) scale and at the rate of deployment envisaged by the IPCC, including reforestation, afforestation, carbon-friendly agriculture, bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCs), enhanced weathering, ocean fertilisation, or direct air capture and carbon storage (DACCs).
Air conditioning will consume 100% of renewable energy by 2050
Large Hydropower Dams ‘Not Sustainable’
As Prairies Get Plowed for Biofuels, Greens Demand EPA Act
Humans are sleepwalking into a mass extinction of species not seen since the demise of the dinosaurs | The London Economic
World on track to lose two-thirds of wild animals by 2020, Guardian
The World Has Two Years To Secure A Deal To Halt Species Extinction
Agriculture and overuse greater threats to wildlife than climate change, Guardian
Mass migration of species to cooler climes has profound implications for society, pushing disease-carrying insects, crop pests and crucial pollinators into new areas, Guardian
Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’ as study reveals billions of populations of animals have been lost in recent decades, Guardian
70% Of World’s Last Remaining Wilderness Is In Just Five Countries
The Extinction of Wilderness: The world’s untouched lands and oceans are rapidly disappearing, and scientists are calling for action
The Extinction Crisis, Center For Biological Diversity
How humans are driving the sixth mass extinction, Guardian
Earth’s Sixth Mass Extinction Has Begun, New Study Confirms
Only drastic action can save us from the sixth mass extinction
Insect Collapse, Guardian
Water shortages could affect 5bn people by 2050, UN report warns
By 2020 about 30-40% of the world will have water scarcity, and according to the researchers, climate change can make this even worse.
With only 7% of the world’s freshwater, China plans to produce 807 million gallons a day from desalination by 2020, roughly quadruple the country’s current capacity.
By 2025, an estimated 1.8 billion people will live in areas plagued by water scarcity, with two-thirds of the world’s population living in water-stressed regions.
There will be about 1 billion more mouths to feed worldwide by 2025 and global agriculture alone will require another 1 trillion cubic meters of water per year (equal to the annual flow of 20 Niles or 100 Colorado Rivers).
UN studies project that 30 nations will be water scarce in 2025, up from 20 in 1990.
According to the U.S. Intelligence Community Assessment of Global Water Security, by 2030 humanity’s “annual global water requirements” will exceed “current sustainable water supplies” by 40%.
Water demand in India will reach 1.5 trillion cubic meters in 2030 while India’s current water supply is only 740 billion cubic meters.
If current usage trends don’t change, the world will have only 60 percent of the water it needs in 2030.
By 2035, the world’s energy consumption will increase by 35 percent, which in turn will increase water use by 15 percent according to the International Energy Agency.
By the year 2040 there will not be enough water in the world to quench the thirst of the world population and keep the current energy and power solutions going if we continue doing what we are doing today.
The number of people living in river basins under severe water stress is projected to reach 3.9 billion by 2050, totaling over 40% of the world’s population.
Compared to today, five times as much land is likely to be under “extreme drought” by 2050.
Feeding 9 billion people by 2050, will require a 60 percent increase in agricultural production and a 15 percent increase in water withdrawals.
Water demand is projected to grow by 55 percent by 2050 (including a 400-percent rise in manufacturing water demand).
By 2050, 1 in 5 developing countries will face water shortages (UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization).
Between 2050 and 2100, there is an 85 percent chance of a drought in the Central Plains and Southwestern United States lasting 35 years or more.
If farmers in Kansas keep irrigating at present rates, 69 percent of the Ogallala Aquifer will be gone in 50 years.
Britain facing food crisis as world’s soil ‘vanishes in 60 years’ – Telegraph
Only 60 Years of Farming Left If Soil Degradation Continues – Sciam
We need to protect the world’s soil before it’s too late – Popular Science
Soil erosion – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
75% of Earth’s Land Areas Are Degraded (news.nationalgeographic.com)
Billions of people live on farmland that is deteriorating and producing less food
The livestock sector could take between 37% and 49% of the GHG budget allowable under the 2°C and 1.5°C targets, respectively, by 2030.
Toxic Oilfield Wastewater Used to Grow California Organic Food
Tropical rainforests may be near a tipping point beyond our control
SMARTPHONES = Earth Dead Faster Than Expected
Sorry, Earth, The Ozone Layer Isn’t Healing Itself After All
The Earth-Space Battery And The Future of Life on Earth
40% of Amazon Rainforest Already destroyed !!!
Tropical Deforestation Is the Third-Biggest Carbon Emitter in the World
Inside the Amazon’s deforestation crisis
Rivers in the Sky: How Deforestation Is Affecting Global Water Cycles
Palm Oil Was Supposed to Help Save the Planet. Instead It Unleashed a Catastrophe
The spiralling environmental cost of our lithium battery addiction
Air Pollution Is Killing Kids (huffingtonpost.com)
Bitcoin alone could push global warming above 2°C in 15 years
Going Nowhere Fast on Climate, Year After Year
Major natural carbon sink may soon become carbon source
Science education must reflect reality: We only have 12 years to stop climate change
Climate Change Causing More Severe Wildfires, Larger Insect Outbreaks in Temperate Forests
Uncounted fracking emissions means 2°C by 2030
Australian researchers says energy use per person points to 2C warming by 2030
Seafloor Is Dissolving Because of Climate Change
Scientists ponder risk of abrupt climate shift
Ocean Storms Could Alter Kelp Forest Ecosystems
A.I. will replace 50% of all jobs in 10 years
A.I. will replace 50% of all jobs by 2025, a Swiss think-tank has warned
Robot automation will ‘take 800 million jobs by 2030’
Doctors and lawyers will lose jobs to A.I. too