At 100, Gaia Faces its Biggest Challenges

By: Robert Hunziker

James Lovelock theorized Gaia while working for NASA in the 1960s when he was hired to determine if there was “life on Mars.”  Gaia may…

Permafrost Collapses 70 Years Early

By: Robert Hunziker

Fasten your seat belt!  Global warming is on a rampage.  As a consequence, many ecosystems may be on the verge of total collapse. In fact,…

The Dangerous Methane Mystery

By: Robert Hunziker

The East Siberian Arctic Shelf (“ESAS”) is the epicenter of a methane-rich zone that could turn the world upside down.   Still, the ESAS is…

The Philosopher of Utopia

By: R. Burke

Herbert Marcuse was so far in advance of his time that in many ways the world-left has yet to catch up with his legacy. He…

Ozone-Depleting CFCs Return

By: Robert Hunziker

In August of 1987 the world came together after a panic attack over ongoing depletion of atmospheric ozone: The Ozone Hole.  Subsequently, global agreements to…