"Growth is not finite". Well, that was easily settled! For some reason, this bothers Michael Tobis. He's such a downer, we mustn't invite him to the next economic recovery party (there will be one anyday now, won't there?)
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 Another week of Climate Disruption News January 25, 2009 Top Stories:US Forests, Antarctic Warming, Survey of Climatologists, IRENA, WFES, CBC Melting Arctic, Arctic Geopolitics, Wilkins … Continue reading Another week of GW News, January 25, 2009
Nature magazine recently published a paper showing that Antarctica has actually been warming about .1oC/decade since the 1950's. It was the cover story: A new reconstruction of Antarctic surface temperature trends for 1957-2006, reported this week by Steig et al., suggests that overall the continent is warming by about 0.1 Â°C per decade. The cover … Continue reading Classic Pielke
Now this is priceless! Some of the best GW satire ever, courtesy of Greenfrye....
Michael Tobis presents an interesting case study on the denialist echo chamber at work. I guess if you copy/paste a falsehood often enough it just becomes true!
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 Another Week of Climate Disruption News Information overload is pattern recognition January 18, 2009 Top Stories:Gwynne Dyer, WWI on Emissions, Plant Methane, Google Emissions, Coal … Continue reading Another week of GW News, January 18, 2009
It was feeling for a while that the faux debate over climate change was waning and maybe engaging in it was more distraction than a constructive effort. That feeling started after the very striking change in mainstream climate change coverage that followed An Inconvenient Truth. It got a bit stronger with the election of Obama … Continue reading Not time to quit after all