Daily Archives: August 4, 2011

Andrea Rossi’s E-cat fusion device on target.

Guest post by Ric Werme Six months ago I posted, with Anthony’s consent and misgivings, Cold Fusion Going Commercial!?. It’s time to take a look at how Dr Rossi and his Energy Catalyzer are doing. In a word, Wow. There’s … Continue reading

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Posted in Energy, Science, Technology | Tagged , , , , | 306 Comments

New study suggests Arctic ‘tipping point’ may not be reached

This is interesting. While there’s much noise from alarmists that we are on an “Arctic death spiral” the team for this paper’s press release today found evidence that ice levels were about 50% lower 5,000 years ago. The paper references … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Sea ice | Tagged , , , | 114 Comments

NASA may have found water on Mars

Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory NASA Spacecraft Data Suggest Water Flowing On Mars PASADENA, Calif. — Observations from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have revealed possible flowing water during the warmest months on Mars. “NASA’s Mars Exploration Program keeps bringing us closer … Continue reading

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Don’t try nuclear energy experiments at home

As WUWT readers know, I’m an advocate of do it yourself, amateur science, that what the surfacestations.org project was. This however, in our hypersensitive world, was a recipe for trouble: Swedish Man Arrested For Building a Nuclear Reactor In His … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, Citizen science, Radiation, Ridiculae, Science | Tagged , | 70 Comments

Analysing the complete hadCRUT yields some surprising results

From The Reference Frame, 30 July 2011 via the GWPF HadCRUT3: 30% Of Stations Recorded A Cooling Trend In Their Whole History The warming recorded by the HadCRUT3 data is not global. Despite the fact that the average station records … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, GHCN, Weather_stations | Tagged , , , , , | 111 Comments

Mapping the guilt of fruits and vegetables out of state

From DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, probably the biggest load of crap I’ve seen in quite some time. I realize that’s harsh,  and I don’t think I’ve ever used that sentence to describe a scientific study, but there’s really no other … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture, Carbon footprint, Obvious science | Tagged , , | 94 Comments