Category Archives: environment

High Tech Opportunity to Provide World with Clean Energy

Five members of Silicon Valley discuss the opportunity on The Killen Report TV show. (TV stations can obtain the show for broadcast at Telvue Connect or PegMedia.org.) Right to left: Ripudaman Malhotra, Global Energy Analyst and SRI  Fellow;  Robert Greene, Board … Continue reading

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Advisors Who Helped Michael Killen Make ‘Energy and Emissions’ (6 x 15′)

Michael Killen’s Advisors Are: Burton Richter, PhD, Chief Scientist Harry Cohen, Chief Artist Advisor Ripudaman Malhotra, SRI Fellow and Co-author, “A Cubic Mile of Oil” Robert Green, PhD, Board Member, Thorium Alliance of Silicon Valley Alex Cannara, PhD, Board Member, … Continue reading

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Invitation to Reception for Artist Who Helps Killen Make the ‘Sustainable & Resilience of America’ Large Scale Paintings, Menlo Park 2/2/2016

Michael Killen is producing this reception to honor the artist who helps him make paintings that include ‘Gone with the Wind Is the Electric Grid’ 15 x 6 ft.), and to share his genius with the people of Silicon Valley. … Continue reading

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Global Warming Narrative “Act Now to Save the Environment and Planet for Grandchildren” Won’t Work

Michael  Killen first made the above comment at the Arts at St. Bede’s event ‘Michael Killen – Art and Music: Engaging Climate Change,  December 22, 2015.   He added ,”Not enough people will do something now to obtain a reward in … Continue reading

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Forecast of Global Warming 1st Major Hit –When and Where

Michael Killen, Developer of the Dire Consequences of Global Warming: Send in the Clowns Project will share what may be the first major hit of global warming, when and where. His time frame and place is different than most forecasts. … Continue reading

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Student Asks Why Artist Painted Carbon Emissions as a Monster in Don Quixote Meets Ocean Change Painting

Student is eight year old Isabela. Artist is Michael Killen.

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