Daily Archives: March 3, 2011

“Scientists” Pull a Snow Job on Reporters in Teleconference

Update: James Taylor’s positionForbes supports our position. A number of alarmists have been organized to team up on the comment section to defend the undefensible. Please add your voice of support to shout them down in the comments section. [Note … Continue reading

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Hollywood’s eco hypocrisy

Robert Redford is an eco-hypocrite, film claims Source:  UK Independent Hollywood A-listers love to trumpet their green credentials. Guy Adams reports on a film-maker who’s out to expose them. For years, they’ve preached green living while traveling the world in … Continue reading

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One more thing to worry about: cloud light pollution amplification

Clouds amplify ecological light pollution The brightness of the nightly sky glow over major cities has been shown to depend strongly on cloud cover. In natural environments, clouds make the night sky darker by blocking the light of the stars … Continue reading

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Cash for clunkers: electric vehicle deliveries lag

Brief news by Ryan Maue The recent oil price shock likely hasn’t figured into the February sales numbers at GM or Nissan, which announced their electric vehicle sales numbers for the month.  Actually, there wasn’t an announcement, but you can … Continue reading

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Missing sunspots solved by NASA?

News from NASA that they believe they have solved the mystery of the missing sunspots and why the solar minimum was so prolonged: Researchers Crack the Mystery of the Missing Sunspots March 2, 2011: In 2008-2009, sunspots almost completely disappeared … Continue reading

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Sea Ice News #35 – Less ice, more snow

This is NSIDC’s report, and since I’m on a road trip, I’m unable to do an in-depth analysis. However, the WUWT Sea Ice page has more, and you can draw your own conclusions from the data presented there. Here’s one … Continue reading

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New interpretation of Antarctic ice cores

Researchers at Alfred Wegener Institute expand prevailing theory on climate history Climate researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in the Helmholtz Association (AWI) expand a prevalent theory regarding the development of ice ages. In the … Continue reading

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Feb UAH global temperature anomaly goes slightly negative

From Dr. Roy Spencer: Latest Global Average Tropospheric Temperatures (Want to see how the current month’s temperatures are shaping up? Check this out.) Since 1979, NOAA satellites have been carrying instruments which measure the natural microwave thermal emissions from oxygen … Continue reading

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