Gleick on camera before he exploded his world

From YouTube’s description: A wide-ranging interview with Pacific Institute president and hydroclimatologist Peter Gleick. Gleick talks about global warming, the challenges climate change poses, the nature of climate change denial, why climate change education is important, and NCSE’s new role in defending climate change education. When: 12/19/2011. Where: Oakland, CA. Steve Goddard on his blog…

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They shrink horses, don’t they?

From the University of Nebraska-Lincoln . Tom Nelson quipped earlier today that he hadn’t noticed any pygmy horses near the equator where it is warmer. Study: Evolution of earliest horses driven by climate change New research offers evidence of rising temperatures’ effects on body size When Sifrhippus, the earliest known horse, first appeared in the…

Peter Gleick Debate Invitation email thread

This email from Heartland communications director Jim Lakely is published unedited except for some email address and some telephone number redactions to prevent unwanted spam and calls –Anthony UPDATE: I’ve run the email through this tool (Thanks Tom Nelson) to make it a bit easier to read, and added [BREAK]s to separate the messages, fixed…

Fakegate: why the perps should be prosecuted

  Guest post by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Yesterday I had the pleasure of chairing a packed meeting in the Palace of Westminster (don’t tell the Clerk of the Parliaments), at which Professor Richard Lindzen of MIT spoke even more brilliantly than usual on “global warming”, and engagingly answered many questions from Parliamentarians and the…

“No Need to Panic about Global Warming”, revisited

Concerned Scientists Reply on Global Warming The authors of the Jan. 27 Wall Street Journal op-ed, ‘No Need to Panic about Global Warming,’ respond to their critics. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203646004577213244084429540.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEADTop I was sent a copy of the original letter, which allows me to reproduce it in entirety here. The interest generated by our OpEd of January 27,…