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 Sipping from the Internet Firehose... August 11, 2013 Chuckles, COP19+, AGU, NOAA, Potash, Bottom Line, Coal Financing, Cook Fukushima: Note, News, Policies … Continue reading Another Week of Climate Instability News, August 11, 2013
(the featured image above is of the once aptly named Rio Grande, now referred to by locals as the "Rio Sand") The LA Times has a very chilling piece on New Mexico's not so chilling climate change.Â Here are a few quotes to pique your interest: "All of New Mexico is officially in a drought, … Continue reading New Mexico’s extreme drought
The Bottleneck Years by H.E. Taylor Chapter 51 Table of Contents Chapter 53 Chapter 52 Ecology 550 - Group 5 Overview, March 8, 2057 Notes on a lecture. Spring term was near the half way point and Ecology 550 was ahead of schedule. I had been fielding a lot of questions about Group 5, so … Continue reading The Bottleneck Years by H.E.Taylor – Chapter 52
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 Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years August 4, 2013 Chuckles, COP19+, Violence, Hallowich, Rebuilding, Potash, Bottom Line, Cook Fukushima: Note, News, Policies Melting Arctic, Methane, Geopolitics, Antarctica … Continue reading Another Week of Climate Disruption News, August 4, 2013
Via MT at Planet3, we have a nice quote from FAIR: This is what I like to describe as the difference between objectivity and "objectivity." Objectivity is the belief that there is a real world out there that's more or less knowable; the "objectivity" that journalists practice holds that it's impossible to know what's real, … Continue reading Objectivity
Watch the video below and see if you can see where the warming stops: (seen at the wonderful APOD site)
A commenter on the most recent edition of het's AWOGWN asks an interesting set of questions: How would temperature data have been seen during the last 10,000 years prior to the peak of each of the previous Milankovich cycles? What caused the temperature to reverse course in those cycles and why would we not expect … Continue reading What did temperatures do as the last glacial minimum ended 120K years ago?