Daily Archives: May 29, 2012

A student in despair over Romm’s 11°F temperature increase article – if this comment was reversed, it would be called a ‘death threat’

UPDATE: 5/30 8:45AM After we pointed it out Romm has now snipped the ugly part of the comment seen in the screencap below, it only took him five days to notice it with our help. The original post in entirety … Continue reading

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Posted in Alarmism, Climate ugliness | Tagged , , , , , , , | 135 Comments

H2O 2012 conference theme: “please send money”

From Stanford University , this press release with a “who the heck cares?” question as a title. We have far bigger problems in California to worry about. It is another one of these “might result” weasel word press releases in … Continue reading

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A really, really, REALLY bad idea – Giving the Internet to the U.N.

Via Junkscience.com, comes this worrisome editorial from the Washington Times. The new world order invades your computer Imagine if everything you did online was subject to monitoring and control by the United Nations. Powerful authoritarian states, including China and Russia, … Continue reading

Posted in Government idiocy, Technology | Tagged , , , , , , , | 99 Comments

Asteroid blows past Earth in near miss

From ChicoEr.com Flying close enough to Earth that in astronomic terms one could feel the breeze as it passed, a small asteroid flashed by just after midnight today. NASA reported the space rock, with the unimaginative name of 2012 KT42, … Continue reading

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New branch of science coined on WUWT

While we wait for Nick Stokes and David Appell to work up excuses for their embracing the “climate scientists get death threats” fiasco, I thought I’d share this spinoff of this short passage I wrote yesterday: Likewise, blogger/scientist Nick Stokes, … Continue reading

Posted in Humor, Post-normal science, Satire | Tagged , , , , , | 94 Comments

Don’t Say That! Just Don’t Say It!

As the result of a Freedom of Information Act request, the US Government has released the list of words that will trigger the Department of Homeland Security to start monitoring your online contributions and conversations. The list is divided into … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, extreme weather, Politics, Weather | Tagged , , , , , | 114 Comments

Yamal that hurts! CRU gets touchy, responds to McIntyre and Montford without naming them

From the “he who must not be named” department, comes this sure to be future McI-fodder. UEA/CRU responds in a press release, authored by Tim Osborn, an excerpt: =========================================================== Tim Osborn comments on “Yamal, Polar Urals and Muir-Russell” Recent accusations … Continue reading

Posted in Peer review, Satire, The Yamal Deception | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 90 Comments

Tick Tick Tick

Ticks are spreading, and down in the article, you guessed it, the cause is speculated to be global warming aka climate change. From CBS in Charlotte, worry over a one year increase. Excerpts: CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — In the … Continue reading

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An Observational Estimate of Climate Sensitivity

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach “Climate sensitivity” is the name for the measure of how much the earth’s surface is supposed to warm for a given change in what is called “forcing”. A change in forcing means a change in … Continue reading

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