Daily Archives: November 7, 2012

Job candidate tells Bloomberg to ‘take this job and ….. ..’ over global warming cover

People send me stuff. This one, submitted to WUWT’s “submit a story”  is quite something in that I’ve never seen someone take such a principled stand before getting a job. It usually comes afterwards. In this case, Bloomberg’s dabbling in … Continue reading

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Next IPCC report will ‘scare the wits out of everyone’

Former UN Official says climate report will shock nations into action John Gardner writes in with an entry from the “worse than we thought” department:

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Here it comes–a carbon tax

Obama May Levy Carbon Tax to Cut the U.S. Deficit, HSBC Says By Mathew Carr – Bloomberg News Barack Obama may consider introducing a tax on carbon emissions to help cut the U.S. budget deficit after winning a second term … Continue reading

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Pielke Sr. interviewed about the surfacestations project

Dr. Roger Pielke writes: I was invited to answer a set of questions motivated by Anthony Watt’s excellent surface temperature project [see www.surfacestations.org] project by James Wynn of the English Department at Carnegie Mellon University.  The website at the University includes the … Continue reading

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Sandy and the presidential election

From Fox News, a surprising metric from exit polls. They write: Many analysts felt that the arrival of Hurricane Sandy gave the president a boost last week by allowing him to display leadership in front of the American people, as … Continue reading

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