Daily Archives: November 25, 2010

GASP! Climate Change could ruin Thanksgiving

From the “nothing escapes the clutches of global warming” department comes this farce: Here’s the ah, er, beef: About these ads

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Posted in Ridiculae | 107 Comments

On Suzuki: “celebrity and integrity seem to be mutually exclusive”

From the Canadian Newspaper: An inconvenient letter to the editor, from a “green librarian” no less.  h/t to Kate at SDA. David Suzuki disappointing To The Editor: On Saturday, Nov. 20 I went to see David Suzuki speak in Moncton … Continue reading

Posted in Opinion | 121 Comments

America’s Thanksgiving – the historical foundation

Much like the famous editorial, Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, it has become a tradition this time of year to see some newspapers reprint President George Washington’s Thanksgiving Day proclamation, it seemed appropriate to repeat here today: George … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements | 96 Comments

Apropos today – Turkey weather station

No, not CRS stuffing. But, an odd weather station in Adana, Turkey.

Posted in GHCN, Weather_stations | 30 Comments

Something to be thankful for! At last: Cosmic rays linked to rapid mid-latitude cloud changes

UPDATE: Lead author Ben Laken responds in comments below. I’ve reported several times at WUWT on the galactic cosmic ray theory proposed by  Henrik Svensmark which suggests that changes in the sun’s magnetic field modulate the density of Galactic Cosmic … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News, Cosmic rays | 386 Comments