Daily Archives: April 10, 2011

Solar, Terrestrial, & Lunisolar Components of Rate of Change of Length of Day

Paul L. Vaughan, M.Sc. Without a good handle on its simple geometry, a seemingly complex time series can appear as a changeling yielding to the pressures of mysterious statistical manipulation. For example, a fundamentally important seminal observation reported by Le … Continue reading

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Sunday Satire – The Skepticism Time Series

I stumbled across this looking for something else. Worth a look just for the chuckle. The only thing missing is the marker for Jim Hansens’s 1988 senate speech  where he and Senator Tim Wirth made the room extra hot for … Continue reading

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Climate models go cold

Carbon warming too minor to be worth worrying about By David Evans (excerpts from a special to the Financial Post) The debate about global warming has reached ridiculous proportions and is full of micro-thin half-truths and misunderstandings. I am a … Continue reading

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Energy Flow in the United States – 94.6 quads in 2009

Guest post by Ric Werme The folks at Lawrence Livermore Natl. Labs produce a fascinating look at all the energy production in the US, from energy in (as quadrillion BTUs, or quads for short) to energy out: This was featured … Continue reading

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“Get Carter” campaign grows on Australia’s ABC radio & TV,

Guest post by Bob Fernley-Jones [Note from Ric Werme: Bob asked me to help post this while Anthony was away. I’m not familiar with everything going in this matter, but the previous post appears to have been welcome in Australia. … Continue reading

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