The Bottleneck Years by H.E. Taylor Chapter 67 Table of Contents Chapter 69 Chapter 68 Estrangement, February 1, 2059 I hadn't seen Jon in the flesh for almost three years. I was shocked by how much he had changed. He was harder and smoother somehow, as if he had an invisible barrier just above his … Continue reading The Bottleneck Years by H.E.Taylor – Chapter 68
(featured image comes from the world resources institute, go to the link for background and explanation, here is a short cut to a full size image) 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 Sipping from … Continue reading Another Week of Global Warming News, November 24, 2013
The Bottleneck Years by H.E. Taylor Chapter 66 Table of Contents Chapter 68 Chapter 67 The Body, January 18, 2059 I put off planning the funeral because I had no idea when Matt's body was going to arrive. Relations between the North and South American continents are not exactly smooth. You could say that, except … Continue reading The Bottleneck Years by H.E.Taylor – Chapter 67
This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H. E. Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundupskip to bottom As We Enter a New Age of ConsequencesNovember 17, 2013 Chuckles, COP19, Dailies, WMO, WEO, Cowtan & Way, GermanWatch WG2 Leak, Maldives, Energiewende, Estrada, Subsidies, Pricing Nature, CookFukushima: Note, … Continue reading Another Week of Anthropocene Antics – November 17, 2013
The Bottleneck Years by H.E. Taylor Chapter 65 Table of Contents Chapter 67 Chapter 66 Arrangements, December 11, 2058 Anna was mercifully asleep when I got home. When I told Edie about Matt, she was subdued. She put her hand to her mouth and sat down quickly. Then to my surprise, her attention shifted to … Continue reading The Bottleneck Years by H.E.Taylor – Chapter 66
This is just a quick post to suggest an answer to the question posed by Greg Laden here: should we have a category 6 and above for hurricanes.Â My answer is no. I say this in agreement with many of the points expressed in Greg's post, mainly that category 5 basically means total destruction and … Continue reading Should the Saffir-Simpson scale go beyond 5?
While reading an AP attributed article on Huffington post about Super Typhoon Haiyan (also known as Yolanda), I did a double take at this paragraph: Weather officials said Haiyan had sustained winds of 235 kilometers per hour (147 miles per hour), with gusts of 275 kph (170 mph), when it made landfall. By those measurements, … Continue reading AP Misreports Haiyan as Category 4