Daily Archives: August 10, 2010

Gore concedes, National Wildlife Federation calls skeptics “bastards”

Gore concedes on climate this year By Steve Milloy GreenHellBlog, August 10, 2010 Speaking about the likelihood of climate bill being passed by Congress in 2010, Al Gore told a conference call of supporters tonight that, “this battle has not been … Continue reading

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Posted in Al Gore, Alarmism, Politics | 126 Comments

Klotzbach on: Atlantic Hurricane Season Analysis

Guest post by: Dr. Philip Klotzbach,  Research Scientist, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University As an author on the Colorado State University (CSU) seasonal hurricane forecast, I read with interest the blog regarding “Global Tropical Cyclone Activity still at … Continue reading

Posted in Forecasting, hurricanes | 116 Comments

Rice yields, CO2 and temperature – you write the article

I started on this yesterday, had to put it aside for work, and I’m hugely busy today. Then I thought, you know, I have a whole army of people that can crowdsource an article, so why not ask them to … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture, Carbon dioxide, Climate_change | 182 Comments

Study: Climate 460 MYA was like today, but thought to have CO2 levels 5-20 times as high

From the University of Leicester press office: An ancient Earth like ours Geologists reconstruct the Earth’s climate belts between 460 and 445 million years ago An international team of scientists including Mark Williams and Jan Zalasiewicz of the Geology Department … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, Paleoclimatology | 136 Comments

Asymptoting Sea Level Rise

From World Climate Report: Sea Level History Lesson We are sure you’ve heard that sea level is rising? We conducted a web search on “Global Warming and Sea Level” and nearly 3.5 million websites are immediately located. And before you … Continue reading

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