Daily Archives: October 11, 2012

Environmentalist Air Pollution

Guest Post by Ira Glickstein. What’s the difference between a whimsical fable and an environmental fallacy? On the outside, fables are light-hearted fibs. But oh so true on the inside. Environmental fallacies are just the opposite, serious and plausible on … Continue reading

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Geoengineering: ‘computer-based virtual worlds’ tell us how much sunblock Earth needs

From the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory: Earth sunblock only needed if planet warms easily Planet’s sensitivity to greenhouse gases will determine how much shading could be needed to slow temperature rise RICHLAND, Wash. – An increasing number of scientists are … Continue reading

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Newsbytes – Europe’s Golden Age Of Coal & The Folly of Green Energy Policy

From Dr. Benny Peiser at The GWPF Coal has been displacing gas generation in Europe since 2009 and the International Energy Agency expects this trend to continue, Ms Anne Sophie Corbeau, senior gas analyst for the International Energy Agency said … Continue reading

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‘Tabloid climatology’ may be the real reason for the Marcel Leroux – William Connolley Wikipedia dustup

As WUWT readers know, a climatologist who bucked the consensus trend had his profile summarily deleted at Wikipedia thanks to the William Connolley effect as outlined in “Death by Stoat“. It appears that Connolley had to justify his own guilty … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week – it’s a travesty of the blandities

Dr. Kevin Trenberth has another travesty on his hands.  UPDATE: Commenter Lee Harvey has the best point I’ve seen so far.

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