THE FISH ARE BACK!
Last week on Earth Day out of the blue came a very complimentary story, published in the National Review Online, a rather right of center, to put it mildly, media source.
Robert Zubrin who has followed my work in a previous article was further inspired by the fact that fish are coming back that he wrote about me and my work.
The question could Geoengineering turn our long-barren oceans into a bounty. The verdict is now in on this highly controversial experiment: It worked.
Then today I woke up to see news from the polar opposite side of the media spectrum a left of center media source called Treehugger published another report on me and my work. OK this is coll both the right and the left seem to be paying attention to the miracle of the fish coming back in historic numbers.
TREEHUGGER April 28, 2014
I contacted Russ George, our local iron man about the his latest iron seeding project off British Columbia, which, it turns out, had truly amazing, positive impact.
But the day was not yet over and to round out the news of the day FORBES came out with the best of all stories mid-day with some incredibly complimentary comments.
FORBES April 28, 2014
There’s also the reason why it so interests me and other economic types: it appears to be amazingly cheap as a way of dealing with climate change. Quite possibly the cheapest thing we could possibly do about it.
By Tim Worstall
Just maybe, with your help, we can tell the world that we the people can actually do something incredibly good for the planet, afford to do it, and make it happen right away!
‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.