Daily Archives: October 2, 2011

Electric Cars in Alaska

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I recently had the great pleasure of going back for a week to Alaska, where I’ve spent many exhilarating summers. I was reminded of the winter cold by seeing all of the electrical outlets by … Continue reading

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Global Warming Potentials

Global Warming Potentials fail because gas concentrations are not “well-mixed” Guest post by Dr. Vincent Gray I came across this revealing statement on page 247 of the IPCC Third Assessment Report (2001). paragraph 4.1.4. Chapter 4 “The atmospheric lifetime is … Continue reading

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Weekly Climate and Weather News Roundup

Quote of the Week: “We concluded that the technical support document that accompanied EPA’s endangerment finding is a highly influential scientific assessment and thus required a more rigorous EPA peer review than occurred. EPA did not certify whether it complied … Continue reading

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Thanks to Michael Mann’s response, a newspaper censors a letter to the editor ex post facto

UPDATES below – some confusion afoot by differing newspaper versions has been discovered. The print version appears to be online. ================================= Letters to the editor are one of the oldest free speech venues for public opinion in the United States. … Continue reading

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