A frequent commenter on many of my "How to Talk to a Climate Sceptic" articles has just taken me to task for what he sees as revealing inconsistencies. 'paul', who is generally respectful but still very antagonistic to the whole AGW concept, quotes me from various places saying at one time "The translation of what … Continue reading Am I a hypocrite?
Another Week of Climate Disruption News 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) January 11, 2009 Top Stories:Coal Sludge, Tim DeChristopher Melting Arctic, Geopolitics, Antarctica, Grumbine, Late Comments Food Crisis, Food vs. … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, January 11, 2009
So it seems there is another advantage to owning a hybrid! It can double as an emergency generator in case of a blackout: WHERE WAS YOUR HYBRID WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT? Ever been caught with no power in the midst of a winter storm and not have a generator? Well, if you have a … Continue reading Your Hybrid can double as an emergency generator
A video story from ABC news here tells how Glacier National Park has gone from somewhere between 120 and 150 glaciers 100 years ago to a couple of dozen today. Yikes! And a scientist they interview who has spent years monitoring them has gone from predicting they will be completely gone by 2050 to they … Continue reading No glaciers left in Glacier National Park soon
So I get a lot of "sceptical" comments on the "How to Talk to a Sceptic" guide, as one might well imagine. They cover quite a range from subtly misguided to poorly informed to angry political rants. I always try to answer if it seems like there might be a point. A recent comment, made … Continue reading Insincere, or just sincerely off-base?
Real Climate has a brief discussion of some recent research connecting the Younger Dryas cooling with a comet impact event. They point to Open Mind which has some very interesting discussion. Just FYI...
I must confess, not looking at the numbers or anything, I have always mentally dismissed the impact of air travel on humanity's carbon footprint. But looking at the very cool video below my impression is a bit different! Notice how the day-night terminator moves through the scene: Anyone know where I could find a down-loadable, … Continue reading One day’s flights in 72 seconds