Hurricane Irene – Global warming impact


IReNe

IReNe

High above the Earth from aboard the International Space Station, astronaut Ron Garan snapped this image of Hurricane Irene as it passed over the Caribbean on Aug. 22, 2011.

The National Hurricane Center noted on Aug. 22 that Irene is expected to produce total rainfall accumulations of 5 to 10 inches across Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, the Southeastern Bahamas and The Turks and Caicos Islands. Isolated maximum amounts of rainfall may reach up to 20 inches.

Michael Jackson –Earth song




As aĀ tribute toĀ MichaelĀ Jackson let us protect thisĀ beautifulĀ earth.

shivaji……… šŸ˜€


LYRICS::

What about sunrise
What about rain
What about all the things
That you said we were to gain.. .
What about killing fields
Is there a time
What about all the things
That you said was yours and mine…
Did you ever stop to notice
All the blood we’ve shed before
Did you ever stop to notice
The crying Earth the weeping shores?
Aaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaah
What have we done to the world
Look what we’ve done
What about all the peace
That you pledge your only son…
What about flowering fields
Is there a time
What about all the dreams
That you said was yours and mine…
Did you ever stop to notice
All the children dead from war
Did you ever stop to notice
The crying Earth the weeping shores
Aaaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaaah
I used to dream
I used to glance beyond the stars
Now I don’t know where we are
Although I know we’ve drifted far
Aaaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaaaah
Aaaaaaaaaaah Aaaaaaaaaaaah
Hey, what about yesterday
(What about us)
What about the seas
(What about us)
The heavens are falling down
(What about us)
I can’t even breathe
(What about us)
What about the bleeding Earth
(What about us)
Can’t we feel its wounds
(What about us)
What about nature’s worth
(ooo,ooo)
It’s our planet’s womb
(What about us)
What about animals
(What about it)
We’ve turned kingdoms to dust
(What about us)
What about elephants
(What about us)
Have we lost their trust
(What about us)
What about crying whales
(What about us)
We’re ravaging the seas
(What about us)
What about forest trails
(ooo, ooo)
Burnt despite our pleas
(What about us)
What about the holy land
(What about it)
Torn apart by creed
(What about us)
What about the common man
(What about us)
Can’t we set him free
(What about us)
What about children dying
(What about us)
Can’t you hear them cry
(What about us)
Where did we go wrong
(ooo, ooo)
Someone tell me why
(What about us)
What about babies
(What about it)
What about the days
(What about us)
What about all their joy
(What about us)
What about the man
(What about us)
What about the crying man
(What about us)
What about Abraham
(What was us)
What about death again
(ooo, ooo)
Do we give a damn

Animals Caught in Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill: How You Can Help


With the oil spill still not under control, oil is continuing to seep into the marshes and wetlands areas, suffocating dolphins, turtles and a variety of bird, including the brown pelicans, the Louisiana state bird.

As frustration over BP’s inability to control the spill and clean up the oil grows, many groups are down in the Gulf, taking matters into their own hands, raising funds and helping directly in cleanup efforts.

If you want to help support this effort, we’ve compiled a list of some of the organizations that are at work in the Gulf.

How You Can Help

  • TheĀ Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana is organizing food distributions for those affected by the spill. You canĀ donate money online or volunteer your time if you live in the gulf.
  • TheĀ Community Center of St. Bernard provides food, hot meals and counseling to those affected by the spill. You can buy a t-shirt that says, “Save The Gulf Coast,” and the proceeds go to helping the fishermen and their families.
  • The Catholic Charities for the Archdiocese of New Orleanshas helped organized disaster relief sites where food is distributed. Mental Health assessments and vouchers to help pay utility bills are also given. You canĀ volunteer your time orĀ donate.
  • If you live in the coastal region and need to report a sighting of wildlife injured or affected by the spill, call BP’s oiled wildlife retrieval hotline at 866-557-1401.
  • The Gulf Coast Oil Spill Volunteers Facebook group has been created to help mobilize people who want to get the training required to help in cleanup efforts. Over 8,000 members have joined the group, where they have posted information for residents in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida.See details from the group are here:Ā http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=121928837818541&v=info

Stop these deaths

 

Feel the responsibility. Clean up your environment. Help your environmental neighbours

 

Rescue them

It’s Not the End of the World: What the Ancient Maya Tell Us About 2012


It’s Not the End of the World:
What the Ancient Maya Tell Us About 2012

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The ethics of mayan calender just says that, “after completion of one cycle of calender, A new calender begins”.

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Read this Then you can understand

http://www.famsi.org/research/vanstone/2012/index.html

Dont forget read this

http://www.famsi.org/research/vanstone/2012/2012Part1.pdf

JustĀ 1411Ā left.


Our national animal is fighting for its life.

From around 40,000 at the turn of the last century, there are just 1411 tigers left in India.

If we donā€™t act now, we could lose this part of our heritage forever.

Speak up, blog, share the concern, stay informedā€¦ Every little bit helps.

Aircel has partnered with WWF-India to help save our tigers.

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GlobalĀ warming


Melting Ice

  • What is Global Warming all about?

Global Warming is the average increase in the temperature of the earth due to increase in the greenhouse gases. These gases usually trap the sunā€™s radiation and not let it out thus making the nights warm. Due to an increase in these gases, obviously the earthā€™s temperature will increase.

  • What will happen?

Due to increase in the Earthā€™s temperature, the ice caps will melt, there will be a change in climate and rainfall patterns thus posing a threat to mankind.

  • What can I do for this?

recycle-reduce-reuse



Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 

  • Use Less Heat and Air Conditioning
  • Change a Light Bulb
  • Drive Less and Drive Smart
  • Buy Energy-Efficient Products
  • Use Less Hot Water
  • Use the ā€œOffā€ Switch
  • Plant a Tree