Watt’s so interesting about that?

Anthony Watt's blog seems to be a rather high profile climate sceptic site that usually seems to at least try to have substantive content, but I can't see watt's so interesting about this article from The Province, a BC, Canadian newspaper. The article starts off with this remarkable statement: As evidence to the contrary started … Continue reading Watt’s so interesting about that?

The American Physical Society denies the so-called consensus

This is just one of dozens of responses to common climate change denial arguments, which can all be found at How to Talk to a Climate Sceptic.Objection:The American Physical Society with tens of thousands of member scientists no longer believes that the science of global warming is conclusive. So what about that so called consenus?Answer: … Continue reading The American Physical Society denies the so-called consensus

Sea Ice reaches second lowest minimum extent in 2008

Despite the familiarity of this headline, it actually only became news today (and is still a little uncertain). The National Snow and Ice Data Centre is today anouncing the sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has reached its minimum extent for this year. Some notable facts from the article: this is the second-lowest minimum extent … Continue reading Sea Ice reaches second lowest minimum extent in 2008

Another Week of GW News, September 14, 2008

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) September 14, 2008 Top Stories:Melting Arctic, Geopolitics, Antarctica, Permafrost, Morality, Monsoons, Tamino & Grumbine, Late Comments, Open Access Food Crisis, Food vs. Biofuel, Food Production … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, September 14, 2008