Daily Archives: June 5, 2011

Open Thread 7 – call for guest posts

Offline much of today and this week as I’m doing a special project that will have me offline a lot. Guest posters feel free to jump in. Details below. About these ads

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AGW proponents lose yet another debate down under

In celebration of World Environment Day (today), the Queensland Division of the Property Council of Australia convened a breakfast meeting last Friday morning (June 3rd) to debate the topic “Australia needs a carbon tax”. Leading speaker for the motion was … Continue reading

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Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

SAVE THE DATE: “Restoring the Scientific Method” is the title of the Sixth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-6). Sponsored by the Heartland Institute. It will take place in Washington, DC from breakfast Thursday, June 30, to noon Friday, July … Continue reading

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NAS makes 4000 science books free for download

The press release … FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The National Academies Press Makes All PDF Books Free to Download; More Than 4,000 Titles Now Available Free to All Readers WASHINGTON — As of today all PDF versions of books published by … Continue reading

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Modeling the Oddities

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Today I came across an IPCC figure (AR4 Working Group 1 Chapter 2, PDF, p. 208) that I hadn’t noticed before. I’m interested in the forcings and responses of the climate models. This one showed … Continue reading

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Snowbound USHCN weather station at Crater Lake

Last weekend, I took my familiy on a trip to see the Lava Beds National Monument (the kids had a great time exploring the lava tube caves) and also a stop at Crater Lake. Crater Lake happens to have a … Continue reading

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