Carbon Dioxide Storage in East Coast U.S. Rocks

From Science Daily Scientists Target East Coast U.S. Rocks for Carbon Dioxide Storage ScienceDaily (Jan. 5, 2010) — Scientists say buried volcanic rocks along the heavily populated coasts of New York, New Jersey and New England, as well as further south, might be ideal reservoirs to lock away carbon dioxide emitted by power plants and…

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Tax Support of Approved Climate News

Steve Janke: Empowering tax-supported local media to peddle ‘approved’ climate news Posted: January 06, 2010, 1:15 PM by NP Editor From The National Post Internews is an organization devoted to helping out people in areas not served by an independent media: Internews is an international media development organization whose mission is to empower local media…

CRU 3b – Urban Warm Bias in GHCN

Reposted from The Air Vent Posted by Jeff Id on January 5, 2010 So I’ve learned a great deal playing around with the GHCN data, I think this is a reasonably significant post. Ya know, it’s hard to know anything until you try it yourself and I hope more of the readers here will. Again,…

Galactic GPS from Nature's Clocks

From NASA Nature’s Most Precise Clocks May Make “Galactic GPS” Possible 01.05.10 Pulsars slow down their rotation as they age and eventually cease their characteristic emissions. That can change if an aging pulsar is a member of a binary system containing a normal star. Gas flowing from the star can spin the pulsar up to…