Thursday, March 19, 2009

Twitter 4: Pandemics? Global Crises? Global Melts? Wildfires? and More for Thursday, March 19, 2009

Will Twitter be the essential new technology tool to help us predict; Pandemics, Global Melting and flooding, Wildfires/Bushfires, Potential Extinctions, and other Catastrophes? (Too late for the Beddington 2030 Global Crisis Projection, see below...). Is this the "real" usefulness or utility for Twitter? Are these "Twittersentials"?
Wildlife center heals survivors of Australia fires

Sexy Beasts: Apes Make Love, Not War

Pan paniscus

Is The Hippopotamus The Closest Living Relative To The Whale?



Badgers to be given anti-TB jabs


Mycobacterium bovis

Bat's fate after shuttle launch appears grim

Tadarida brasiliensis

Rare reptile hatchling found on NZ mainland;_ylt=Ao5BuTb7J1m6.ORMBiWUxfGs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFhMDFtNmxwBHBvcwM2BHNlYwN5bl9tb3N0X3BvcHVsYXIEc2xrA3JhcmVyZXB0aWxlaA--


Dinosaurs may have been fuzzy, not scaly, a fossil find suggests

Behind the scenes at The Walking with Dinosaurs live show

Killing Young Fish: Population Growth Paradox

Mont. Man Ties State Record By Catching Tiny Fish

Dying bees 'were not a priority'

Microscope Reveals How Soil Bacteria 'Breathe' Toxic Metals

Missing Piece Of Plant Clock Found
Milder Atlantic hurricane season predicted

Lessons From Hurricane Rita Not Practiced During Hurricane Ike

Hurricane Rita

Hurricane Ike

Drought, Urbanization Were Ingredients For Atlanta's Perfect Storm

2008 Atlanta Tornado Outbreak

Ozone: New Simulation Shows Consequences Of A World Without Earth's Natural Sunscreen

Ozone layer

Ozone depletion

Montreal Protocol

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