Daily Archives: March 17, 2011

Garnaut Explains How A New Tax Will Stimulate The Economy

What a deal, they will tax you $1000 and give someone else $500 back! Who could turn that down? http://au.news.yahoo.com/    

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Early Spring Comes To The US


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Shock News From Scientists : Ten Million To Die From Mad Cow Disease By 2010


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Maybe They Can Graft Briffa’s Tree Ring Data After 1930?

The only two factors which affect the climate, are fluid movements in the Earth’s core and CO2. Scientists compared existing data from models of fluid movements within Earth’s core and length-of-day observations against two sets of global surface temperature data … Continue reading

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More Than 500 Atmospheric Nuclear Tests Between 1945 and 1963

And yet we survived. In 2010, any trace amount of radiation will destroy the planet. See anything interesting about the temperature record while atmospheric testing was going on?  

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2005 : Obama Was The Key Player Pushing For Corn Ethanol


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If CO2 Were Pink

I painted 39 out of 100,000 people in the University of Michigan football stadium pink – to represent the atmospheric concentration of CO2. Can you find them? http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/12/23/if-co2were-pink/

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Visualizing The Death Spiral

Arctic looks about the same as 20 years ago. The Northwest Passage is open for business. http://igloo.atmos.uiuc.edu/

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Antarctic Meltdown Accelerates At -90F


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Japan Survived Two Nuclear Bombs And 500,000 Napalm Bombs In 1945

http://weblog.naruhodo.com/index.html?blog=37 The US dropped 1,700 tons of napalm on Tokyo in March, 1945. I’m guessing they will probably get through their current problems.

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