I always marvel at the scientist-government conspiracy theories the more wacky members of the climate denial machine toss around so confidently. How do they fit this into their world view? In papers sent to UVA April 23, Cuccinelli's office commands the university to produce a sweeping swath of documents relating to Mann's receipt of nearly … Continue reading Mann persecuted by The Man, again
From APOD: (click on image for full resolution, totally awesome!) Here is an equally stuning video of that prominence erupting: Ironic that according to the IPCC that massive ball of fire has nothing to do with the climate which is entirely controled by CO2, isn't it? (As humour is hard to detect on the internets … Continue reading (OT) Totally awesome!
At least his image does, in a field of wheat! (go to actual Google Map) And PZ Meyers still doesn't believe in him!
I found this from a comment on a Skeptical Science article (worth a read in its own right) and thought readers here might be impressed. It is from a TED talk by James Balog who has been creating fascinating and awe inspiring time-lapse videos of calving glaciers. The whole talk is about 20 minutes and … Continue reading Extreme ice loss time-lapse video
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 Instability News Information overload is pattern recognitionApril 25, 2010 Chuckles, Cochabamba, COP15, COP16, MEF, BASIC, Emerging Tech, … Continue reading Another week of GW News, April 25, 2010
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Richard Lindzen has an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal for Earth Day and exhibits the best of climate denialism's ability to flip reality on its head. I was considering going through it and highlighting its many falsehoods and logical holes but Arthur Smith has done a fine job of it already. The WSJ op-ed … Continue reading More conspiracy theories from Lindzen
Via DeSmogBlog comes the news that Andrew Weaver is suing Canada's National Post for libel and defamation. You can read the press release here and the Statement of Claim is here [PDF]. While I think the basic aspect of holdinng a newspaper accountable for outright lies or reporting so irresponsible it is virtually indistinguishable from … Continue reading Climate Scientist Sues National Post
Don't miss April 19th's APOD, a truly awsome sight! And while on the subject of Eyjafjallajokull and my recent post about it, readers should be aware of a correction on the source site. The best estimate of CO2 is in fact 150,000 tons per day, not 7400, with a possible maximum of 300,000 tons per … Continue reading Ash and Lightning Above an Icelandic Volcano
A nice site about our blue planet's blueness, The Reef Tank, asked to repost a recent ocean related article of mine and did so here. Always worth checking them out!