Guest post by Paul Vaughan, M.Sc. – August 18, 2010 Scientists characterize Earth rotation velocity using a variable they call length of day (LOD). The rate of change of LOD (LOD’) is related to global average wind patterns. Changes in wind patterns affect temperature patterns. See the graphic below. About these ads
From the Fail Blog, a reminder that some people think CO2 is lighter than air:
By Steve Goddard August 16, 2010 offered a great opportunity to put all the Arctic data together in a coherent picture. DMI showed a large drop in extent. http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php
My local alternate weekly in Chico has a “Green Guide”. This week’s lead story was “Scientists break ice in Greenland”. There’s only one problem.