Via last Thursday's APOD, I came to this site where I downloaded an excellent, high-res video about some recent research out of Germany. Over the last 16 years, a team of astronomers have taken images of a tiny patch of sky that is the very center of the milky way. By doing this they have … Continue reading How kewl is this?
This is too hilarious for words, seven lumps of coal wearing scarves and toques singing Christmas carols about "clean coal" and energy independence! There are six to chose from, I didn't get far but my favorite is transcribed below: Frosty the Coalman, is a jolly happy soul, He's abundant here in America and he helps … Continue reading “Frosty the Coalman”
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) December 7, 2008 Top Stories:Poznan, Recession, UN Atlas, Methane, Nahcolite, IEA WEO. THC, ICE, Melting Arctic, Antarctica Food Crisis, Food vs. Biofuel, Food Production Hurricanes, … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, December 7, 2008
The following article is a guest post by H. E. Taylor, who you might recognize as the one who graciously provides us with the weekly GW news roundups. Enjoy! Prospects for Change in Canadian Climate Policy In short, the prospects are bleak and are likely to be driven from the United States. Let me explain. … Continue reading Prospects for Change in Canadian Climate Policy
We have discussed that persistent question here before: what word to use when talking about people who simply refuse to acknowledge in the slightest the rather solid case for the theory of anthropogenic global warming. I was thinking it would be worth a very in depth and lengthy post. But I gratefully bow to Greenfyre's … Continue reading What’s in a name?
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A growing number of think tanks sound good for the environment but advocate for industries that could cause environmental headaches. (You think Americans for Balanced Energy Choices touts solar power? Nope.) Try to match the groups with their mission. More in depth examination of the front group industry here.