This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's GW news roundup (skip to bottom) Top Stories, IPCC WG2 2007 Report, Montreal Protocol, African Floods, Melting Arctic, Antarctica, Methane Burp Hurricanes, Temperatures, Glaciers, Sea Levels, el NiÃ±o, NEO Impacts, Tropical Rainforests, Wacky Weather, Floods & Droughts, … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, September 23, 2007
I would like to introduce to Scienceblogs a feature from the old Illconsidered site, the weekly "A week of GW News" posts. These posts are an accumulation of all the important global warming related news, science and blog content posted online in the preceeding week. I will post it at the beginning of each week, … Continue reading Weekly News Roundups
For most of us who believe in science as a great way to understand the physical realities around us, the question "Do you think the world is flat?" is hard to imagine as something to be asked seriously. But on The View, with millions of viewers, not only can it be asked, but the answer … Continue reading Is the world flat?
Ever found yourself wondering (between gags) as you read some elaborate peice of climate change denialist tripe (debunking here)"Do they really believe all that c**p??" Well, via Stoat, we can see that chances are not bad that they do not. For thourough coverage of Lord Monckton be sure to browse Tim Lambert's good work.
Ok, so this is not my first blog post ever, but it is my first post as a member of Science Blogs. Unlike Groucho Marx, who did not wish to join any club which would accept him as a member, I am very excited to be here and very flattered by that invitation. So some … Continue reading Hello World