Daily Archives: March 16, 2011

Senate vote on restricting EPA GHG regs likely punted till after next week

Senate sources tell me… It appears that nobody wants to “git ‘er done”. There’s been a lot of backroom maneuvering again today, sources say Democratic and Republican leaders conceded they’ll  hold the actual floor debate on an amendment to kill … Continue reading

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Ancient “Hyperthermals” aka global warming, more frequent than previously thought

Ancient “Hyperthermals” a  Guide to Anticipated Climate Changes Scripps researchers document the history of sudden global warming events, impacts on marine life By Mario Aguilera, Scripps Institute News (h/t to Dr. Leif Svalgaard) Sediment samples in the lab of Richard … Continue reading

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ABC radio (Australia); “The Science Show” tricks of the trade.

by Bob Fernley-Jones Regular readers of WUWT will likely recall the interview with Bob Ward of 2/Oct/2010, which resulted in strong ridicule of the ABC, that went viral on websites in Australia and around the world, such as at the UK Guardian and … Continue reading

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Newsbytes: Japan’s Tsunami Threatens The Global Warming Movement

From the Global Warming Policy Foundation The nuclear emergency is Japan will be a disaster for global warming activists. For a start, Japan’s own emissions will most likely rise in the medium term, now that so many nuclear plants – one … Continue reading

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Gallup poll: last year – global warming concerns down, feelings of exaggeration up, this year – more steady

While Waxman and Markey continue to try to salvage the EPA in hearings on the hill, the public shift clearly says “we aren’t buying it anymore”. This quote from Gallup last year pretty much sums it up “In a sharp … Continue reading

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