What are the Most Dangerous Greenhouse Gases?

What are Greenhouse Gases; What do They Do; Where do They Come From? The layman’s definition of greenhouse gases (GHG) tends to include misnomers. An accurate characterization of greenhouse gases is necessary to fully comprehend the process by which they increase global warming. Then, global warmi

Global Warming: Just How Much Can Earth Take?

The Nature Climate Change Journal Reports Global Temperatures to Rise 3.6 Degrees Fahrenheit by Next Century Global warming is a nebulous term. Few scientists can provide a layman’s definition of the concept. Even fewer are confidently predicting the consequences of global warming. But around

The Ugly Truth About Hurricane Irma and Maria

Irma Rebuild: Government Pulling Out All the Stops The total amount of damage Hurricane Irma did in Florida, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and parts of South Carolina will not likely be completely understood for several months. But in the aftermath of Irma, it is being estimated that there i

Did The Solar Eclipse Cause Natural Disasters?

Merely a Coincidence or Hurricanes Irma, Harvey, and Maria Solar Eclipse Corollaries? Though there may be a causal relationship between the recent natural disasters — two category five (5) hurricanes hitting the Southern United States in the span of a little more than a week and a historically vio

Hurricane Irma: Everything You Should Know Moving Forward

The Aftermath: Paying for Hurricane Irma – Wind Versus Flood Damage Insurance and the Complexities of a Rebuild From east to west, the longest distance across Florida is 361 miles. Before reaching the Florida Keys, Hurricane Irma grew to be over 500 miles wide and Irma’s circumference was gr

The Secret To Reduction of Emissions With Rentar

Rentar Fuel Catalyst Can Help Reduce Emissions on Heavy Duty and Over the Road Trucks Although they are cautious to use only legitimate and repeatable data with respect to its pre-combustion diesel fuel saving catalyst/emissions reduction device, Rentar’s numbers regarding emissions are — ne

Be A Winner, Change Your Climate Change Philosophy Now!

Global Warming and Climate Change Talk Drags On, and On, and On… Action Slow to Gain Momentum After 25 years, the global warming debate — whether it is real or not — is dead. The technology needed to slow global warming is here, yet few meaningful steps are being made. The Climate Action R

The Most Important Elements To Cleaner Air

The Miracle Paradox of the Rentar Fuel Catalyst Construction Equipment Magazine, the industry’s leading construction magazine/online-newsletter/blog source, posted an article on its website late last year titled, “Another Piece in the Emissions Puzzle.” The premise of the article i