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Change of face - change of phase
A Future?
Climate-Change – Change of Climate
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New time arising
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Where is this going? -2
Where is this going?
Is it important?
A Moment of Truth at Passing
The Iran Hoax
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Solstice Greetings
Taking on the future
A new beginning
Twist and Turn
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Little miracles, big wonders
Unconventional gas
To Peak or not to Peak, is that the question?
Going on ...
Time for change
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Media Noise Windfall Profit
The Winds of Change
Signs of the future?
Reality and Hope
Best Wishes
What goes around, comes around
A throughout, integrated view
Signs of change?
P.P.P. versus Need
Working for climate-change?
Good signs
Contradicting signals
All over again? The difference between perception and reality.
The paradigm, the mind-set and reality
Two minds
Positive inclination
Different values?
The long view
Leaping to the future
New signs of hope?
A message of hope?
Some good news anywhere?
A project gone awry?
Traces of light
Driving the markets II
Driving the markets
Meeting reality
Silence for the storm?
The times are changing
The Theatre
Some Questions, no answers
Ocean carbon sinks and returns
The good news, the bad and the ugly
A President speaks the truth!
Green masks
Saving us with or from bio-fuels?
The good news
Driving the oil-price?
A new dilemma?
Kenya: a new oil-frontier?
Forecasting a trend?
Some early signs for 2008
2007; A year to remember
The good news
A bit of a shock II
Fraud alert - bogus job ads
A bit of a shock
A simple but far-reaching idea
Hype, Realism, Convergence
A touch of globality
Climate change and changing the climate
Refineries, Biofuels and internal demand
Figures, figures & figures
Pipelines, Biofuels & Reserves
Expectation, projections, contradictions.
A box of Pandora?
Changing systems
A dynamical environment
Projections and reality
Changing reality
A different reality II
A different reality
PPP: Prices, poverty and politics
A whirling 2007
The year of shifting balances
One world, two systems?
Oil and development?
The year 2065?
Mixed signals II
Mixed signals
A War on hold?
No Comment
Changing balances
Truth or Deception?
A fresh overview
Bigger picture first
National Interests vs. Shareholders Value
'The Dialogue'
Do we actually need to worry?

Climate change and changing the climate


In my studies about the changing climate, I recently came across an article that put a very interesting parallel between the changes in the global climate and changes in human behaviour. It became apparent that parallel to the growing emissions and the rising global temperatures, there is also a rise in violence, in suicides, in all kind of diseases, as can be observed all over the world.
And from my other studies I might add that there is also a rise in the influence of the financial markets, the excessiveness of greed, the concentration of power and the manipulation of the media and markets, as all can be observed by the avid (and open-minded) reader.

The change of climate on the planet can not be related to just one factor, be it CO2 or even emissions, as those who take the bigger picture into account can know: the planet is part of a solar system that is in a period of change, and our solar system is part of a bigger unit within our Milky Way that is in constant movement and is also currently undergoing vast changes, all having their influence on our local situation. Exact quantification is of course not possible, nor can direct  relationships be proven, as they cannot even be proven for the human induced changes. What we do know is that we urgently need to reduce the emissions of which is proven that they are detrimental to the global climate.
What about the human behavioural changes that seem to go with the global climate changes? Might we need to start looking at how, over the years, human behaviour “heated up”, became more corrosive, the language more aggressive, with ever increasing pressure?

Could it be that part of the solution may be in a changing climate between humans? As everyone knows: a good conversation, decent behaviour or a fine friendship is reducing pressure and cooling the (human) system. Of course there are no technical solutions for this, no excessive profits to be made and the solution is up to every individual, it is a personal choice. It may also turn out to be more difficult than just buying another piece of equipment to ease our consciousness: the change must be in the mind, individually and collective.

But whilst it may be more difficult, it may also be much cheaper and more long-lasting, especially as we would be able to pass it on to the next generations, that could then say: they ruined the planet but at least they found back some human values.


This large update contains, next to the “normal” news, quite some interesting articles on the ongoing pipeline frenzy in Europe, the new Arctic play and some notes and tones on the shifting sands in global geo-politics.

Do some good to someone, and register how it feels and how it reduces pressure, cools the system and ups the morale. Changing the climate can be easy. Just try it!



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