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How Much Noise Can a Person Survive? Navy Jets Plague the Lives of Washington Residents

Published on Truthout, 6 February 2017.

For years, residents of Washington State’s Puget Sound have been assaulted by dangerous levels of noise from Naval warplanes, and for years the US Navy has largely ignored their pleas. Now residents are fighting back against the Navy, demanding that their voices be heard.

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Missile Launchers at Standing Rock: Weaponized Law in Action

Published on Truthout, 27 January 2017.

Jeff Haas, an attorney with the Water Protector Legal Collective, speaks with Truthout about the draconian legal practices being employed against those at Standing Rock working to protect their water. “Law Enforcement was much less concerned with the constitutional rights of the citizens and more concerned with DAPL getting their pipeline constructed,” he said.

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Atlantic Ocean Current Could Collapse Within 300 Years

Published on Truthout, 17 January 2016.

A recently published scientific study shows the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation — a major oceanic conveyor belt current — is vulnerable to collapse due to climate disruption. If this current comes to a standstill, large areas of the world will become uninhabitable and global food production will decrease dramatically.

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2016 Was the Year of Shrinking Ice

Published on Truthout, 12 January 2017.

Both Antarctica and the Arctic saw “a wave of new record lows … for both daily and monthly extent” of sea ice during 2016, according to a recently released analysis by the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) in Boulder, Colorado. “For the year 2016, sea ice extent in both polar regions was at levels well below what is typical of the past several decades,” the NSIDC report said.

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