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Richard Cochrane is trained in chemistry and metallurgy but is far more interested and practiced as a political and fund raising consultant, writer and amateur historian. He grew up in a Navy family and with his two younger brothers carried on its 500+ year tradition of naval service to Great Britain and the USA then enjoyed a career with one of the largest advertising and public relations agencies working with numerous Fortune 500 companies and many of America's premier educational institutions. He maintains friendships and acquaintanceships around the world. He lives in Santa Barbara, California.
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June 16th, 2008 • Richard Cochrane
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There ought to be a law against volcanic pollution.
Did this frighteningly political documentary mention volcanoes?
A volcano in southern Chili is burping and belching millions of tons of ash, carbon dioxide and debris into the air. In two weeks it has spit out more CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) than the sum total of all human activity has in more than two decades, and it is far from finished.