And the hits just keep on coming: 'The Book the IPCC Plagiarized'

I have a bit of time free and a connection available so I just had to get this story up that I’ve been reading on my cellphone. I have to…

Earl sputters and the Atlantic quiets down a bit

Hurricane Earl is quickly losing steam as it barrels northward and begins its recurvature in the middle latitudes.  The main threat to New England will be a broad area of…

Open Thread

[posted by autoscheduler] I’ll be offline most of today and tomorrow, but may check in via my cellphone. If you have story ideas, news, etc be sure to flag the…

ESA shows movement of Petermann berg

The “deniersberg” is on the move. Chances are though it will not leave Nares strait before the refreeze occurs. Like most everything to do with Arctic ice, winds are the…

Drifting Back to the Center

Guest post by Thomas Fuller Climate Central’s interview with Harold Shapiro, head of the InterAcademy Council which reviewed the IPCC, had the money quote–but it didn’t come from Shapiro, it…

NASA probe to 'touch, taste and smell' the sun.

From Science @NASA: Let’s hope it doesn’t taste like chicken or smell like feet. NASA’s daring plan to visit the sun took a giant leap forward today with the selection…

New climate change mitigation schemes could benefit elites rather than the rural poor

It’s nice to see somebody worried about elitism and climate change. The Climate Change Conference (COP16), to be held later this year in Cancun, Mexico may be yet another demonstration…