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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 June 15, 2014 Chuckles, COP20+, Globe, Mischief, EPA Carbon Rule, Wenju Cai, Warnings, Energiewende Bottom Line, Subsidies, Economics, Pricing Nature, Thermodynamics, … Continue reading Another Week in the Ecological Crisis, June 15, 2014
John Oliver on Last Week Tonight shows us a proportionally correct representation of the climate change debate we should actually be seeing on TV.
A very good video on the gulf that exists between the climate science experts and the general population in terms of awareness and alarm regarding anthropogenic climate change: (from a comment on a P3 thread) The essence of this impending calamity is, more than anything else, a story of betrayal: betrayal of a naively trusting … Continue reading Experts, “plebs” and hope.
Via a blog posting on NPR, below is an excerpt from the recent Academy Award nominated documentary "Chasing Ice" showing highlights of a 75 minute glacier calving event recorded in Greenland. At the end is a time-lapse sequence of the entire event along with some visuals to put the size in perspective.Â Really amazing stuff! … Continue reading Watch the largest ever witnessed glacier calving event
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This extreme weather driving jet stream behaviour is fast becoming the new normal.