Daily Archives: May 24, 2010

Climate alarmism in Britain: “…the poll figures are going through the floor.”

Excerpts from the New York Times article. Climate Fears Turn to Doubts Among Britons By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL LONDON — Last month hundreds of environmental activists crammed into an auditorium here to ponder an anguished question: If the scientific consensus on … Continue reading

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Posted in Climate News, Opinion, Politics | 221 Comments

Lord Monckton wins global warming debate at Oxford Union

I’m waiting for actual photos of the event from the official photographer, but for now I’ll make do with what can be found on the Internet. For those who don’t know, the Oxford Union is the top of the food … Continue reading

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New radar sees tornadic details like never before

From a University of Oklahoma press release, a view of a hook echo like never before. Norman, Okla.—At the University of Oklahoma, researchers captured unprecedented high-resolution radar data during the May 10, 2010, tornadoes using one of the most advanced … Continue reading

Posted in Technology, tornadoes, Weather | 35 Comments

Climate Craziness of the Week: Denmark evicting citizens to clear cut forests for wind turbines

I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t read this message of a Danish group opposed to the plan. Greens clear-cutting trees in a national park and evicting people, whoda thunk?. Seems like a case of “we had to destroy … Continue reading

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The Sea Ice Monster: it’s a scaly thing

By Steve Goddard and Anthony Watts If you zoom in far enough, most anything looks scary, like this picture of a human head louse. But when you look at it in the scale of our normal experience, not so much. … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Sea ice | 219 Comments