Daily Archives: January 5, 2014

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

The Week That Was: 2014-01-04 (January 4, 2014)  Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project ################################################### Quote of the Week: • “Victory awaits him, who has everything in order – luck we call it. Defeat … Continue reading

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Overpopulation: The Fallacy Behind The Fallacy Of Global Warming

Guest essay by Dr. Tim Ball Global Warming was just one issue The Club of Rome (TCOR) targeted in its campaign to reduce world population. In 1993 the Club’s co-founder, Alexander King with Bertrand Schneider wrote The First Global Revolution … Continue reading

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The Cli-Tanic #spiritofmawson Hotsheet for Sunday January 5th

The gift that just keeps on giving. Bishop Hill writes: I did wonder if applying the “Ship of Fools” tag to Chris Turney and his shipmates wasn’t just a bit rude, but take a look at this video (below), recorded … Continue reading

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Watch what happens when a squirt gun hits the air at -42ºF

In case you haven’t noticed, it is as cold in Canada (and soon some parts of the USA) as it gets at the South Pole at times: The video author writes: Woke up to a balmy -41C (-41.8°F) this morning … Continue reading

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New CERES Data and Ocean Heat Content

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach We have gotten three more years of data for the CERES dataset, which is good, more data is always welcome. However, one of the sad things about the CERES dataset is that we can’t use … Continue reading

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Study: What is driving the rising cost of natural disasters?

Prof. John McAneney Managing Director Dr. Ryan Crompton Chief Research Officer, Risk Frontiers, Macquarie University Australia Flood in Bangkok. October 2011. Thailand It is a widely held view that climate change arising from human activity is increasing the cost of … Continue reading

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