Daily Archives: November 11, 2010

My Comments On The Andy Lacis Post On CO2 As A Climate Thermostat

  By Dr. Roger Pielke Sr. Andy Lacis has posted two guest contributions on my weblog; Guest Post “CO2: The Thermostat That Controls Earth’s Temperature” By Andy Lacis Further Comment By Andy Lacis On CO2 As A Climate Thermostat I … Continue reading

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Posted in Carbon dioxide, Modeling | 141 Comments

Study: CO2 sequestration may contaminate groundwater

From the “MTBE is perfectly safe department” and Duke University: Leaking underground CO2 storage could contaminate drinking water DURHAM, N.C. — Leaks from carbon dioxide injected deep underground to help fight climate change could bubble up into drinking water aquifers … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon sequestration | 107 Comments

Germany’s Greens get ugly with climate skeptics

When I first saw this I thought to myself “maybe posting this isn’t appropriate on Veterans Day”. Then, after additional reflection, I realized this is exactly what our American veterans and the allies fought for: freedom of speech and freedom … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism | 280 Comments

Veteran’s Day

’nuff said.

Posted in Announcements | 68 Comments

The best shot?

Guest post by Matt Ridley (with permission, from his blog The Rational Optimist h/t to Indur Goklany) UPDATE: David MacKay’s letter is now up in a separate post here Some weeks ago I wrote an article for The Times about … Continue reading

Posted in IPCC | 73 Comments

“Extreme global warming” in the ancient past

Ancient global warming: but which came first, the temperature or the CO2? From the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (UK) Variations in atmosphere carbon dioxide around 40 million years ago were tightly coupled to changes in global temperature, according to new … Continue reading

Posted in Paleoclimatology | 105 Comments