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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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New Threat to the Ocean Food Supply: Interview with Ken Caldiera

Michael Killen, Artist and Filmmaker asks ocean researcher, Ken Caldiera,  who helped increase awareness of ocean acidification about threats to the ocean food chain. Michael refers to ocean acidification as ocean change. michael@killen.com Twitter  @killenmichael

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Michael Killen ‘s 2015 New Year Predictions Ocean Change, Congress Change & More

Michael Killen said that, in 2015, we will hear carbon emissions cause both climate and ocean change and they will eventually cause Congress Change. (He did not discuss what he’d say with USGS officials.) He also said we will continue to … Continue reading

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Artist & Filmmaker Calls for Ocean Change Narrative to Join Climate Change Narrative

Artist and filmmaker, Michael Killen, advised scientists that they’d should call what carbon emissions is doing to the chemical composition of the worlds’ oceans ‘Ocean Change.’ He said, “If you do that you’ll help create another narrative that will ‘call’ … Continue reading

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SRI Fellow, “When We Discover Need to Stop Carbon Emissions Solar and Wind Won’t Be Enough”

Ripudaman Malhotra, who is also co-Author of “A Cubic Mile of Oil” says, “When you consider how little time we have to act to stop ocean acidification and warming that are destroying the base of the ocean food chain, and … Continue reading

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