Ok, so I have to do it, I`m adding Denial Depot to my blogroll in a new section, _The lighter side of catastrophe_. I know I will probably regret it, but I just can`t help having a little fun while I`m over there.....
Month: April 2009
Another Week of GW News, April 26, 2009
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 April 26, 2009 Chuckle, Top Stories:CARB-LCFS, Indigenous Peoples' Summit, EGU, G8 Meetings, Major Economies Forum, Methane Melting … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, April 26, 2009
Bill Maher nails GOP post election behaviour
Okay, so this is way off the general climate topic, but I really got a kick out of this article from Bill Maher published in the LA Times. If Al Franken can be a senator, why can`t Bill Maher be an LA Times columnist? Here are a few notable quotables: The governor of Texas, Rick … Continue reading Bill Maher nails GOP post election behaviour
Move over Marc Morano, hello Denial Depot!
Now this is good stuff! A big thanks to Eli Rabett for finding this site! Here are a few favorite highlights: Why are the so-called experts silent about all the snow that is everywhere? Well it's most likely because they are all shut indoors all day with their climate models. That's right, they are so … Continue reading Move over Marc Morano, hello Denial Depot!
Genesis of climate change disinformation
Things Break does a nice job documenting the way Rupert Murdoch uses his media empire to disseminate misinformation. A recent commenter pointed me to one of the articles in that chain, but I really did not give it much thought, it seemed like such a shrug of a story. Nothing new happening and it still … Continue reading Genesis of climate change disinformation
Happy Earth Day
It is of course Earth Day today. It is an appropriate launch day for a new Science Blog, Guilty Planet. Head on over there for discussions about whether or not humans are a parasitic plague on Mother Earth or not, and how we could choose to live in a sustainable way. I even saw a … Continue reading Happy Earth Day
I was asked recently to write a guest posting for the Reeftank as part of their effort to grow a scientifically minded audience. Not really having any extra time, (newborns will do that to you!) I offered and they accepted a recycling of a previous posting from October last year. It is called "The other … Continue reading Reuse, Recycle
More Republican incoherence
I'm sure most of us remember how incoherent Sarah Palin was about climate change (well, okay, about most things), but John Boehner seems to have his sights set on out doing the master! In an interview with George Stephanopoulos (partial transcript here) his mangling of anything even remotely resembling an intelligent thought is really quite … Continue reading More Republican incoherence
Another Week of GW News, April 19, 2009
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 April 19, 2009 Chuckle, Top Stories:Rapid Sea Level Rise, Endangerment Finding, Red River Flooding Melting Arctic, Arctic … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, April 19, 2009
EPA Proposes Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions
This just reported today from the Washington Post: The Environmental Protection Agency issued a proposal today finding greenhouse gas emissions pose a danger to the public's health and welfare, a determination that could trigger a series of sweeping regulations affecting everything from vehicles to coal-fired power plants. In a statement issued at noon, EPA administrator … Continue reading EPA Proposes Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions