Climate Change: A conversation with NASA climate scientist, Dr. Joshua Fisher

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http://www.cccbc.net/mardyl/4653 http://heartpearls.com/?mistyu=mujeres-solteras-de-huaraz&ff1=cf follow link free dating site without login Toxic oceans, animals dissolving in the ocean, and lungs of the planet dying from droughts. Futuristic vision for a giant vacuum sucking in CO2: A conversation with NASA climate scientist, Dr. Joshua Fisher

http://ecapguatemala.org.gt/poioe/5728 Climate change is real, it affects all life on our planet and has already destroyed life of many living organisms and animals. Hot and toxic oceans, massive death of sea birds, and animals dissolving in the ocean including the ones with the potential to cure diseases.

http://www.jandysbooks.com/?perdoluty=lettre-de-resiliation-abonnement-site-de-rencontre&910=25 We need awareness from individuals of all backgrounds, artists, scientists, engineers, historians, entrepreneurs, inventors , and immediate action of the world leaders and policy makers to take your vision and skills and discover innovative ways to help fight climate change.

dating mail.ru I had the opportunity to meet Dr. Joshua Fisher, a Climate Scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), at a University of Oxford Alumni event in Los Angeles where he presented his research on climate change. His outstanding presentation inspired me to arrange an interview with him about this world changing phenomenon. Here are Dr. Fisher’s views on the history and causes, current severe impacts on life, potential future impacts, current technologies as well as futuristic technologies that can help adapt to and mitigate impacts of climate change, and actions from the individuals to the governmental levels that can help fight climate change………. Continued

What is common in painting a picture and building a robot?

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http://nielsborchjensen.com/martys/3618 “Study the science of art. Study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.” – Leonardo Da Vinci

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Have you ever wondered why there is such a disconnection in today’s society between art and science? During my grad school when I studied computer science and throughout my entire career in technology, people were always surprised to discover that I am an artist and my BA is in fine arts. The general view was that art and science belonged to two completely different worlds. Even today, there is this assumption that if you are an artist, you can’t possibly be good in math and science and vice versa. Throughout the history most scientists and inventors were also artists. In fact during the Renaissance, the study of art and science were not perceived as mutually exclusive; they were considered as complimentary. Leonardo Da Vinci was amazingly gifted with the ability to see this, closely observed the natural world around him, and created both scientific inventions and marvelous pieces of creative arts. Albert Einstein, not only he was a genius scientist of the 20th century, but he was also a gifted musician and a talented violinist.
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Astonishing and unexpected discoveries can arise from interactions of art, nature, and technology. Inventors throughout the history discovered the world’s breakthroughs using their imagination and vision about the interactions of art, nature ,and technology. In addition, many of the most fascinating technologies are inspired by behaviors in Nature, including one of my favorites which is the phenomenon of EMERGENCE found in nature, like in Ant Colonies. The idea of emergence has been known since the era of Aristotle; 2+2 > 4 when it comes to interactions and emergence. With an open mindset, combination of art, nature, technology, capital, and policy we can meet any grand challenge……. Continued

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