Daily Archives: February 19, 2011

NOAA’s compendium of climate catastrophe

From the NOAA “Oceans and Human Health Initiative” website and press release, comes this warning that the algae, Moroccan dust, desertification, bacteria, bad seafood, heavy rainfall, old sewers, climate change is gonna get ya. Climate projections show human health impacts … Continue reading

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Fred Singer on the BEST project

Note: I spent the day with the BEST team yesterday at Lawrence Livermore Berkeley Laboratories and I’ll have a report on it soon, but here in the meantime is what Fred Singer has to say about it, via Climate Realists. … Continue reading

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Solar news: Forbush decrease in progress

The definition at Wikipedia: A Forbush decrease is a rapid decrease in the observed galactic cosmic ray intensity following a coronal mass ejection (CME). It occurs due to the magnetic field of the plasma solar wind sweeping some of the … Continue reading

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Apologies

…for the light postings the last couple of days. I’ve been traveling and in meetings with climate scientists about some upcoming important work. I’ll have more on that later. Some very interesting news to report.

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House votes to defund IPCC

From Climate Science Watch , their take on the issue, though a bit political, shows how it is viewed: Just before 2 a.m. on February 19, the war on climate science showed its grip on the U.S. House of Representatives as … Continue reading

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