Daily Archives: August 28, 2011

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

Quote of the Week: “That letter is a criminal act against science, against open inquiry. Not only is the world in the hands of intellectual children, they are warring against real science, whose main pillar is open inquiry” by Claes-Göran … Continue reading

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NHC issues final bulletin on Irene

BULLETIN POST-TROPICAL CYCLONE IRENE ADVISORY NUMBER  35 NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL       AL092011 1100 PM EDT SUN AUG 28 2011 …IRENE BECOMES POST-TROPICAL NEAR THE U.S./CANADIAN BORDER… SUMMARY OF 1100 PM EDT…0300 UTC…INFORMATION ———————————————– LOCATION…45.3N 71.3W ABOUT 50 MI…80 … Continue reading

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ACS says we need science superheroes

From the American Chemical Society, a call for science superheros. I suppose this means the Goreacle is not in the running. Remedies for science’s shortage of superheroes DENVER, Aug. 28, 2011 — One of the most serious personnel shortages in … Continue reading

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Gore suggests climate skeptics have parallels with racists

  Open question to WUWT readers:  Will one member of the mainstream media — that was so quick to give page-space to Bill McKibben’s ludicrous assertions about Irene — even bring up these comments by Gore?  Will Revkin or Bryan … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irene 2011 – now tropical storm with 50 mph winds

At noon 8/28/11 PST, I’ve discontinued this thread as a “top post” on WUWT. NOTE: New posts will appear below this one while Irene is in play. UPDATE: at 5PM EST 8/28 Irene is a tropical storm with sustained winds … Continue reading

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Long-range forecast models see 92L developing into a powerful hurricane (Katia) next week

Post by Dr. Ryan N. Maue Update:  August 29 — Tropical Depression 12 has formed out of the strong African easterly wave near 30W.  It will generally move Westward over the next 5-days gaining strength steadily, likely becoming a major … Continue reading

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