Arctic seabed methane stores destabilizing, venting

From up north, we have some more troubling news. Actually very troubling. Catastophic release of methane hydrates is a prime suspect in a few events dramatic enough to show in the earth's geological records, coarse and obscured as that record may be. (Our actions today will be featured prominently in that record for anyone looking … Continue reading Arctic seabed methane stores destabilizing, venting

Katrina victims seek to sue greenhouse-gas emitters

This is interesting. I have mixed feelings about it but it is probably a necessary step in forcing the reality of this issue into the correct legal and political context. Actions have consequences and actors have responsibilities. The only question I have is that the respnsibility is really shared by all of us as consumers … Continue reading Katrina victims seek to sue greenhouse-gas emitters

Residual Analysis: Statistical Proof of Anthropogenic Global Warming v2.0

Here is an interesting analysis designed for those who claim that CO2 does not correlate to temperature. (Sound familiar?). It is by a recently familiar name from the comments, Joseph. I am not statistically well endowed, but Robert Grumbine comes to the same conclusion that when you accept the noisy nature of the data (aka … Continue reading Residual Analysis: Statistical Proof of Anthropogenic Global Warming v2.0

A chilling effect on a warming theory

Unfortunately for an unscientifically inclined mind, one bitter cold winter is worth many mountains of research in the quest for the truth about climate change. And unfortunately for our choking biosphere, political action will likely remain an impossibility until we are well and truly past the alledged cessation of warming. I received an apparently sincere … Continue reading A chilling effect on a warming theory

Another week of GW News, February 28, 2010

Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years 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 February 21, 2010 Chuckles, Copenhagen, Nusa Dua, Blue Carbon, COP-16, China's Emissions, Bonn, WMO Meeting, … Continue reading Another week of GW News, February 28, 2010