Daily Archives: November 18, 2009

CO2 and ocean uptake – maybe slowing

While this article makes a strong case, looking at SST and CO2 can also be revealing: A review of this WUWT post might also be instructive: A look at human CO2 emissions -vs- ocean absorption From Columbia University: Oceans’ Uptake of … Continue reading

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Posted in Carbon dioxide, Oceans | 136 Comments

Wall Street Journal on McIntyre: Global warming’s most dangerous apostate

Revenge of the Climate Laymen   Global warming’s most dangerous apostate speaks out about the state of climate change science. By ANNE JOLIS Barack Obama conceded over the weekend that no successor to the Kyoto Protocol would be signed in … Continue reading

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Greening your mileage with better tires

Here’s technology doing something useful. Who wouldn’t like tires with better mileage? It comes from a new chemical additive, shown below. I chuckled when I saw the chemical structure, which itself looks like a tire tread: Of course, before rushing … Continue reading

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Climate Craziness of the Week: What’s more idiotic than holding a cylinder of CO2 for a photo op in the snow? – Calling it “art”.

People email me stuff. Sometimes its just too bizarre to ignore. We have another person on an “expedition” with a camera and artistic license to foist upon the world:   From Francesca Galeazzi of the disko.bay expedition, whatever the hell … Continue reading

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