Oh the horror! Carbon based semiconductor solar cells

OK, so the headline is tongue in cheek, but Halloween is coming soon. As much as everyone want to demonize Carbon, I find this finding interesting for it’s uniqueness and timeliness. Rutgers discovery paves way for development of efficient, inexpensive plastic solar cells Finding reported in Nature Materials journal could boost role of solar-generated electricity…

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Dipping Into The Sour Mash, Part 2

More on the Mashey-Wegman issue. Part 1 is here Guest post by Thomas Fuller John Mashey has written one of those conspiracy theory plots full of colored dots and ink, accusing Edward Wegman of plagiarizing the work of Raymond Bradley and others in his key report to Congress showing the deep flaws in the paper…

On The Differences Between Surface and Satellite Datasets

Guest post by Bob Tisdale OVERVIEW The differences between surface temperature and lower troposphere temperature (TLT) anomalies are examined in this post. The globe is broken down into sectors in an effort to locate the area with the greatest difference between surface temperature and TLT anomalies. The responses of Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and Sea…