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:In October, 2008, Al Gore's science advisor, James Hansen announced yet another "hottest" month on record. After all the alarmist banner headlines sank in, yet another "correction" quietly contradicted … Continue reading October 2008, yet another phony record
As the CO2 in the atmosphere continues to climb, already at a dangerous level, and the argument about doing something about it seems to have only just begun in the power circles, I fear that actively removing it is rapidly becoming an imperative. But is this doable? I don't know...I sure hope so. And not … Continue reading Turn CO2 into Rock
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) November 16, 2008 Top Stories:Bailout, IEA WEO, Asian Smog, Next Ice Age Arctic Geopolitics, Antarctica, Arnold's Meeting, Permafrost, Carbon Footprint Labels, Late Comments Food Crisis, … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, November 16, 2008
I received via unsolicited email a link to a website with an rather interesting video presentation about the recycling process. So, if you've ever wondered just what happens to all that stuff you spend your time seperating out from the trach and depositing in the recycle bins, have a look at this: RecycleBank.
How far do you have to lower your standards if you are the Heartland Institute and want four Texans for a list of "experts" on global warming? Pretty low. Despite "dozens if not hundreds" of working climate scientists in Texas, to get four deniers for their list, the Heartland Institute had to use an energy … Continue reading How low must one go?
Although there was not much buzz about hurricanes this season (which is not quite over yet), this year has in fact set a few records. I guess since New Orleans (narrowly) escaped Gustav there seems so much less to talk about! Well, New Scientist has an article about some of the things that are worth … Continue reading A few hurricane records considered
From New Scientist, here is a short article discussing five cases of small populations forced to relocate or plan to relocate due to sea level rise, caused by climate change. It is a little anti-intuative to think that the 15-25 cm or so rise we have observed on average over the last hundred years could … Continue reading Climate change refugees from five nations
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) Top Stories:Obama, Bailout, 2008 World Energy Outlook, Revised Theory [350 ppm] Melting Arctic, Arctic Geopolitics, Climate Refugees, Climate Models, Late Comments Food Crisis, Food Production … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, November 9, 2008
Michael Crichton has died of cancer. He was 66 years old. Climate Progress has a lengthy obituary for those of you unfamiliar with his destructive role in the climate debate. I enjoyed Jurassic Park.
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) November 2, 2008 Top Stories:Methane, Credit Crunch, Living Planet Report Melting Arctic, Arctic Geopolitics, Antarctica, Magnetic Portals, Late Comments Food Crisis, Food vs. Biofuel, Food … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, November 2, 2008