Flooding In The Somerset Levels – A Case Study

By Paul Homewood http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/10564671/Stranded-the-island-in-the-middle-of-the-English-countryside.html There was an interesting report in last Sunday’s Telegraph about recent flooding in the Somerset Levels. I’ll  not reprint the whole thing, but would certainly recommend reading it. The essence of the article is that the flooding there, which began late last month and peaked on 1st January, are the worst…

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How climate blogging ‘profoundly affected’ Ben Santer

Tom Nelson points out quite an admission: “Blogging is affecting me profoundly. Obviously, Mr. McIntyre has profoundly affected my life”. That’s from this video: The General Public: Why Such Resistance? (to global warming) (February 25, 2010) Ben Santer, a research scientist from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, discusses the recent problems with the use of the…