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January 24, 2005

Blizzard ’05 5th largest for Boston-area in recorded weather history; 20 dead; Snow totals: Salem and Plymouth, Mass., 38 inches; NH, 24 inches; Providence, 23.4 inches; Boston, 22.5 inches; NOAA: 6-foot snow accumulations in parts of Mass.; At least 14 deaths linked to storm; Tsunami warning system wins approval; Climate change report: point of no return possible in 10 years

Blizzard ’05:

Other News: Tsunami warning system wins approval | Tsunami aid

and finally … perched atop The Drudge Report this morning: Countdown to global catastrophe: Climate change report warns point of no return may be reached in 10 years, leading to droughts, agricultural failure and water shortages

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  1. RE: Global Warming Article: Last year I read that the Pentagon issued a similar warning and declared it more potentially disruptive than the terrorism threat, and suggested that we act upon it now. They mentioned the danger of serious political and econonic upheavels from the effects of climate change.
    Meantime our mainstream media is apparently completely ignoring this headline news, and our President says merely we should study it more. We have the technology now to run cars on anything that bio-degrades, and the US Great Plains has been named the “Saudi Arabia of America” for potential wind energy.
    We need a massive campaign to reward companies who come up with innovative renewable technologies and to impliment them asap.

  2. Interesting points, Stephen. Alternate technologies certainly shouldn’t be put off, that’s for sure… A few stories on this report have popped up on the AP wire and MSNBC since I posted this, but I haven’t heard much about it, aside from Art Bell and George Noory. The new stories are included in today’s entry (Jan. 25).

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