Daily Archives: August 22, 2011

The pathway to go after farming and fertilizers

Reading this, especially with the climate doom opening paragraph, I’m left with the idea that it will be used as a tool to limit modern farming practices by going after yield enhancing chemical fertilzers. …it might even be feasible to … Continue reading

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Britain’s Wind Farm Scam Threatens Economic Recovery

From Benny Peiser at The GWPF: In a sane world, no one would dream of building power sources whose cost is 22 times greater than that of vastly more efficient competitors. But the Government feels compelled to do just this … Continue reading

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North Atlantic spawns 9th storm of season: Irene

Update:  Monday, August 22:  Hurricane Irene will likely rapidly intensify at some point over the next couple days becoming a major hurricane (maximum probably Category 4).  It is a large-storm with a massive wind field that will likely expand further … Continue reading

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Quote of the week – Gore and carnage

The punch line from Rex Murphy’s recent editorial in the National Post will upset sensitive readers who still think Gore is the messiah rather than a barker.

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La Niña returns

While we wait for NOAA to update their ENSO meter on the WUWT sidebar, Bob Tisdale is way ahead of them. Visually, the La Niña seems rather obvious in the image below: More is available at the WUWT ENSO page … Continue reading

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Climate predictions in 1974 – Famous glaciologists predicted the world going colder from 1974 until 2010

Story Submitted by Geir Hasnes While we were going through the heaps of papers after a deceased family member some days ago, I noticed a newspaper clipping from the Norwegian newspaper Bergens Tidende, August 31, 1974, where glaciologists stated that … Continue reading

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Weekly Climate and Weather Roundup

Quote of the Week: “Why should we have anybody spend money on a program that nobody’s thought through?” – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Number of the Week: 141,200 … Continue reading

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