Daily Archives: May 4, 2011

Desperate Measures, Indeed

Guest post by Roger E. Sowell, Esq. With climate change regulation dead or nearly dead (except in kooky California with AB 32), the desperation of adherents of man-made climate catastrophe is apparent from this latest round of proposed lawsuits. Below … Continue reading

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Posted in Politics | 88 Comments

Monbiot smacks head first into reality

George Monbiot has published a story in the Guardian with a strong dose of reality: He goes on to say that maybe it’s time to give up “magical thinking”. I hope that by laying out the problem I can encourage … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, Environment, Opinion | 121 Comments

Einstein proven right, again

Stanford’s Gravity Probe B confirms two Einstein theories After 52 years of conceiving, testing and waiting, marked by scientific advances and disappointments, one of Stanford’s and NASA’s longest-running projects comes to a close with a greater understanding of the universe. … Continue reading

Posted in Science, Space | 313 Comments

More Arctic & sea level “worse than we thought” scare stories

Yet, still the data doesn’t support it. As I reported two days ago, the sea level threat just isn’t there. Oh noes! Sea level rising three times faster than expected (again) and we’ve heard it before, right before the 2009 Copenhagen … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, Arctic, Sea level | 98 Comments

“Ant colony optimisation” for wind farms

I’m not sure where this is going, but the first thing I thought of was this old sci-fi movie “Them“: Via Eurekalert: Evolutionary lessons for wind farm efficiency Evolution is providing the inspiration for University of Adelaide computer science research … Continue reading

Posted in Energy, wind power | 100 Comments

NOAA tornado outbreak update: 305 tornadoes

NOAA’s preliminary estimate is that there were 305 tornadoes during the entire outbreak from 8:00 a.m. EDT April 25 to 8:00 a.m. April 28, 2011. NWS created a table to provide clearer insight into the number of tornadoes. Each of … Continue reading

Posted in NOAA, tornadoes | 33 Comments