Climate Change is Real

Just to set the record straight, I have went through a ton of articles talking about explanations for and against climate change. My personal verdict, based on the evidences presented by both sides, is that climate change is real, and it is largely due to humans disturbing the delicate balance of the ecosystem which has… Continue reading Climate Change is Real


Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming

Following a reader's comment on my post yesterday, I was intrigued and went on to investigate further. Got some light about the disagreements surrounding global warming and climate change. The key point is that water vapour, which is present in the air in much bigger concentrations than other greenhouse gases, is the major contributing factor… Continue reading Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming

Global Warming? Blame the Cows!

There's no doubt that cows and other animals contributed to the global warming problem due to the methane they produce. But solving the global warming problem by sorting them out is something else! (Image credit: INTA) This backpack carries the methane the cow produces as a result of its digestive action and converts it into… Continue reading Global Warming? Blame the Cows!

New Documentary by Sir David Attenborough

If you're around my age, you must have grown up watching, or at least caught one of Sir David Attenborough's many documentaries about nature. The breathtaking views and narration are trademark of all his excellent work. His latest one is more like a warning message, and you guessed it. It's about climate change. While there… Continue reading New Documentary by Sir David Attenborough

Recycling Won’t Solve the Problem

In this article, in the writer's words, recycling is the grown-up version of squeezing our eyes shut, sticking our fingers in our ears and shouting ‚Äúlalalalalala"! I'm not going to fudge it here. I'm one of those contributing to the problem. There isn't enough impetus nor critical mass for my family to start living a… Continue reading Recycling Won’t Solve the Problem