Daily Archives: February 10, 2011

Can we have our regular old light bulbs back now?

Great, just great. Don’t get me wrong, I like the LED bulbs, I have several in my house. But when we get back to basics, a tungsten light bulb doesn’t require a haz-mat squad to dispose of. It’s glass, ceramic, … Continue reading

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WSJ – no weather weirding worries

The Weather Isn’t Getting Weirder Thursday, February 10th, 2011 Anne Jolis, The Wall Street Journal Global-warming alarmists insist that economic activity is the problem, when the available evidence show it to be part of the solution. We may not be … Continue reading

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Coldest Temperature Ever Recorded in Oklahoma: -31F today

From:  NewsOK.com The coldest temperature ever recorded in Oklahoma was set today. The Oklahoma Mesonet weather station at Nowata reached minus 31 degrees Fahrenheit actual temperature at 7:40 a.m. today. That will be considered for the official state record.

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“Reviewer A” responds

The row over the issue of Antarctica warming continues. After a number of articles appeared at the Air Vent, Lucia’s, and Climate Audit, Dr. Steig responds at RealClimate with some accusations of his own. I offered Dr. Steig a guest … Continue reading

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EPA responds to congressional attempts to reel in greenhouse gas regulation

The question is, are we a country of laws made by our representatives, or a country of laws made by bureaucrats? The constitution provides only one answer, and Ms. Jackson would do well to read it. Latest News release from … Continue reading

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Worth watching: Watson

Last night I watched NOVA on PBS and found myself completely taken in watching the program. That’s something rare for me these days when I watch a science program because almost always somebody figures out a way to work in … Continue reading

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