Daily Archives: May 14, 2011

“Get Carter” and his Supporters, Part B

Guest post by Bob Fernley-Jones (aka Bob_FJ) Caution; this in Anglo-Oz English, and e.g. ABC = Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and red emphasis is mine. In Part A we discussed how Professor Bob Carter was shamefully treated by two branches of … Continue reading

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The new US Postal service green stamps – no mention of global warming, climate change, or carbon – but they do want us to turn off our lights “forever”

The first thing I thought of when I heard about  the new US Postal Service “green stamps” was this logo at right. I suppose I’ve dated myself identifying this, but I can’t help it. For the baby boomer generation, S&H … Continue reading

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Pat Frank: The New Science of Climate Change

Guest post by John A. This is a shout-out to a fascinating post by Pat Frank on Jeff Id’s blog on the mysterious changes to climate history coming from James Hansen’s GISS dataset. Here’s how Pat describes it:

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Update on the CERN CLOUD experiment

WUWT reader Max_B tips us off to this article and video. According to Nigel Calder’s Blog, CERN’s CLOUD experiment (testing Svensmarks’s cosmic-ray theory) shows a large enhancement of aerosol production and the results are due for release in 2 or … Continue reading

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Life is Like a Black Box of Chocolates

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In my earlier post about climate models, “Zero Point Three Times The Forcing“, a commenter provided the breakthrough that allowed the analysis of the GISSE climate model as a black box. In a “black box” … Continue reading

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Smear job by “The Carbon Brief”

The website “populartechnology.net” decided to ask the questions the smear publishers didn’t. I’ve been authorized to reproduce this in full here, and reposting at other blogs is encouraged. AGW proponents seem hell bent on trying to repeat this “linked to” … Continue reading

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Yesterday it was triangles in the desert…

…today it is arrows carved in the forest.

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