Daily Archives: December 12, 2011

Congressman Markey and Senator Inhofe agree to debate climate science

Inhofe ================================================= By Steve Milloy JunkScience.com So the debate’s not over after all. We’d pay for ringside seats. From Politico: Ralph Nader put on his Don King hat Monday with the hope of inspiring a made-for-TV showdown between two Capitol … Continue reading

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Kyoto – in the past for Canada

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Plants and bees keep up with climate change where birds don’t?

Readers may recall last week when I highlighted a press release that said Birds apparently can’t outfly climate change. It seemed ridiculous and there were many questionable claims in that work. Now from Cornell University  we have this today: As … Continue reading

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More ursus bogus – this time with fake snow on BBC’s “Frozen Planet”

Readers may recall using photoshopped images of polar bears on CGI ice floes. Here we go again. Via the GWPF: Frozen Planet Fakery Row: Polar Bear Filmed In Zoo Using Fake Snow Monday, 12 December 2011 17:48 Euan Stretch, Daily … Continue reading

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Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

Quote of the Week: Sherlock Holmes: “It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories instead of theories to suit facts”. From: “Scandal in Bohemia” A. Conan Doyle. [H/t … Continue reading

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Tisdale on Climate Models Confirming Or Contradicting AGW

Part 2 – Do Observations and Climate Models Confirm Or Contradict The Hypothesis of Anthropogenic Global Warming? Guest Post by Bob Tisdale OVERVIEW This is the second part of a two-part series. There are, however, two versions of part 1. The … Continue reading

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Climate change blamed for dead trees in Africa

“Rainfall in the Sahel has dropped 20-30 percent in the 20th century, the world’s most severe long-term drought since measurements from rainfall gauges began in the mid-1800s,” said study lead author Patrick Gonzalez, who conducted the study while he was … Continue reading

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Pielke Junior on: The climate debate is ‘over’

I have removed this guest post [by Shub Niggurath] because it has been brought to my attention that it is unfair and has caused inflamed reactions [especially in comments] that were unintended. It was my mistake for posting it without … Continue reading

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