Check out a cool post (bad pun not intended...unless you thought it was good) on the physics of making ice cream from Green Gabbro!
From yesterday's DemocracyNow headlines: The Washington Post reports F. Chase Hutto III, a senior aide to Vice President Cheney, is the leading contender to become a top official at the Energy Department. The promotion would put one of the administration's most ardent opponents of environmental regulation in charge of forming department policies on climate change. … Continue reading Cheney Aide Considered for Top Energy Dept Position
I poke into Jennifer Marohasy's blog from time to time, though I am no longer a regular commenter. I gave that up a couple of years ago but still take any special cases as opportunities to chime in again. She's one of those standard types of sceptics, the "scientist" from another discipline just "honestly" investigating … Continue reading Making Lemonade
John McCain like to talk about renewable energy and flash photos of windfarms like this one in his campaign ads, but does he actually support wind and solar energy development? He also vapidly criticised congress for being on holiday - "Tell them to come back and get to work!" - and not fixing the energy … Continue reading Rhetoric vs Reality or McCain vs Renewable energy
Sipping from the internet firehose... This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundup (skip to bottom) August 17, 2008 Top Stories:World Water Week, Electric Bicycles, Grumbine, Melting Arctic, Geopolitics, Antarctica Food Crisis, Food vs. Biofuel, Food Production Hurricanes, GHGs, Temperatures, Paleoclimate, … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, August 17, 2008
Via Truthout, here is some interesting and important background on the Russian-Georgian conflict that is going on right now, because as usual, these things do not just happen out of the blue despite the dazed and confused coverage in the mainstream media: When he was president, Clinton promised Yeltsin that NATO would not expand into … Continue reading Some background on the Georgian Russian conflict
Dr. Meryl Nass runs down the [lack of] evidence.