Daily Archives: September 10, 2012

Government Gone Wild: California Department of Fish and Game diverts fishing and hunting license monies to study climate change

This is excerpts from a column that appeared Sunday by Chico Enterprise-Record editor David Little. To say he’s annoyed would be an understatement, especially when he titles it ‘Another startling episode of ‘Your Tax Dollars At Work’  – Anthony By … Continue reading

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Sign-up now open for expert review of AR5 (second order draft)

The second order draft of the next IPCC report will be open for expert and government review from October 5th to November 30th. Sign-up to participate is already open. The application is online at: https://sod.ipcc.unibe.ch/registration/

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Tisdale’s August 2012 Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly Update

Guest post by Bob Tisdale MONTHLY SST ANOMALY MAP The following is a Global map of Reynolds OI.v2 Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomalies for August 2012. It was downloaded from the NOMADS website. The contour levels are set at 0.5 … Continue reading

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The Daily Lew

So much happening in LewWorld, so little time. I’ve decided to simply aggregate all of the posts on Dr. Stephan Lewandowsky into one news item. First my own observation. Yesterday, Lewandowsky wrote this: I have several phone conversations scheduled for … Continue reading

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Volcanic Corroboration

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Back in 2010, I wrote a post called “Prediction is hard, especially of the future“. It turned out to be the first of a series of posts that I ended up writing on the inability … Continue reading

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ICESAT Data Shows Mass Gains of the Antarctic Ice Sheet Exceed Losses

The results of ICEsat measurements are in for Antarctica, and it seems those claims of ice mass loss in Antarctica have melted now that a continent wide tally has been made. This was presented in the SCAR ISMASS Workshop in … Continue reading

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Unclear on the concept: ‘Organic food could help save the world from global warming’

Some blowback about last weeks announcement that Stanford researchers find little difference between organically farmed food and commercially grown food leave a bit to be desired in the logic department. From the Times of India: 

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Enough wind to power global energy demand – except when the wind doesn’t blow

From the Carnegie Institution , some lofty ideas. Would you imagine a steady energy supply coming from high altitude kites? Enough wind to power global energy demand Washington, D.C.— There is enough energy available in winds to meet all of … Continue reading

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The Elephant We’re All Inside – Junk Journalism on Climate, or Too Big to Cover?

The irony is just too thick, I’ll leave it to WUWT’s readers to pass judgement on this one… Just The Facts — From ABC News – The Elephant We’re All Inside – Junk Journalism on Climate, or Too Big to … Continue reading

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