For the second year running, the formerly mythical "Northwest Passage" has opened in the far north of Canadian waters. (image and story at NASA's Earth Observatory newsroom) Also in this weeks dispatches: images of Lake Faguibine in Mali drying up, locusts in West Africa, pyramids in Egypt, and drought in Oklahoma and Texas. With regard … Continue reading Southern Route Through Northwest Passage Opens
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Priceless! (and educational!) [h/t to ThingsBreak]
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 10, 2008 Top Stories:UK Warming, Tropical Rainfall, Forest CO2, Melting Arctic, Arctic Geopolitics Food Crisis, Food vs. Biofuel, Food Production Hurricanes, GHGs, Temperatures, Paleoclimate, … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, August 10, 2008
Again, just because! Love that music, too. I heard that on SBS in Tasmania in 2001 and struggled hard to find out what it was but never did. Now I know, "Sweet Lullaby" by Deep Forest (this video has a different version). Waiting for the CD now.
Dr Meryl Nass runs down the evidence. Not very convincing....
Fed up of trying to decide who to believe in the endless blog wars over climate science? Well, don't despair and don't rely on third parties you may know little about, instead educate yourself! That link is to a very handy page over at Things Break that lists some great resources for learning the science … Continue reading Don’t rely on secondary sources, educate yourself!