Daily Archives: May 6, 2011

Intel’s new revolutionary Tri-Gate 3D transistors

Intel senior fellow Mark Bohr showed off the company’s revolutionary new 3D transistors in an announcement this week in San Francisco. The power, performance, and real estate gains are impressive. Moore’s Law seems to be holding. In the video below, … Continue reading

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Pielke Jr: Joe Romm Lies

Dr. Roger Pielke writes in with an update: [UPDATE 5/7: Joe Romm offers 3,300 wacky words in response to this short post. Crazy. Anyway, the simple response is, did Gore remove the slide I called him out on for using?  … Continue reading

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Top Secret NOFORN Restricted Access Climate Model Results

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Y’know, some of these climate games are getting kind of boring. I’m tired of people who are paid with my taxes hiding their data, results, and findings. Case in point, the “Community Earth System Model” … Continue reading

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The “Taxing your car by the mile” plan

Or in other words, we’ll all drive “taxis”, except for the chosen exempt few. Yesterday on “The Hill” they reported this story: Obama admin. floats draft plan to tax cars by the mile: ‘A vehicle miles traveled tax could be … Continue reading

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Stanford claims farmers “dodged impacts of global warming” in the USA, but you have to find it first.

But it looks to me as if corn doesn’t care. Check out U.S. corn yield. Corn seems to be doing well. I used corn yield because in the Stanford Press Release, they refer to corn yields. Some of the gains … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal for Nuclear Waste Disposal

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach For many people the sticking point for nuclear power is, what do we do with the waste? We can “vitrify” the waste, but what do we do with it after that?  Figure 1. The process … Continue reading

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