Daily Archives: April 19, 2011

“The longer the planners delay, the more difficult will they find it to cope with climatic change once the results become grim reality.”

Scary warnings from climatologists. Take heed. Take action quickly before it is too late. Climatologists are pessimistic that political leaders will take any positive action to compensate for the climatic change, or even to allay its effects. There are ominous … Continue reading

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Shellfish Can’t Survive An Extra 100 ppm CO2

But they are fine with an extra 10,000 ppm.

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Alarmist Scientists As gods

 if she were a scientist, she’d know what she believed about climate change – because scientists make it their business to know the facts. I’m not a scientist either, but I know enough about science to follow the issue, and … Continue reading

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1930s : Heat Drought And Wind In Texas


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250 Year Old Information Officer Says It Has Never Been Like This Before In Texas

What Romm didn’t bother to mention from the article : Texas is in the midst of one of the worst droughts, in terms of the depth and expanse of drought conditions, since the early 1900s. http://www.accuweather.com/ Maybe he doesn’t understand … Continue reading

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Zero Credibility

When Time Magazine makes claims like the 1970s Ice Age or the current claim that tornadoes are caused by CO2, why don’t climate scientists go to the press with strong statements of disagreement? Obviously Hansen can get access to the … Continue reading

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Atmospheric Physics In 100 Words Or Less

The Sun heats the surface of the Earth. Warm air at the surface is less dense than the cold air above it, causing convection. The rising air expands and cools – while the sinking air compresses and heats. If the … Continue reading

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The Netherlands – My Kind Of Country

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Dig The Hole

If you could dredge out the Grand Canyon to a depth of 50km, atmospheric temperatures would be very hot – close to Venusian temperatures. Would your hole change the height of the troposphere? Of course not. Would it change the … Continue reading

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Stop The Bullshit Please

Earlier I reported on a new paper which says that sea level rise rates have doubled since the last century. Even the IPCC graph shows nothing of the sort. Climate science seems to be dominated by people willing to say … Continue reading

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