People send me stuff. This one, submitted to WUWT’s “submit a story” is quite something in that I’ve never seen someone take such a principled stand before getting a job. It usually comes afterwards. In this case, Bloomberg’s dabbling in “Tabloid Climatology” has led to a proactive resignation. – Anthony A response to Bloomberg Business…
Former UN Official says climate report will shock nations into action John Gardner writes in with an entry from the “worse than we thought” department:
Obama May Levy Carbon Tax to Cut the U.S. Deficit, HSBC Says By Mathew Carr – Bloomberg News Barack Obama may consider introducing a tax on carbon emissions to help cut the U.S. budget deficit after winning a second term as president, according to HSBC Holdings Plc.
Dr. Roger Pielke writes: I was invited to answer a set of questions motivated by Anthony Watt’s excellent surface temperature project [see www.surfacestations.org] project by James Wynn of the English Department at Carnegie Mellon University. The website at the University includes the brief bio]
From Fox News, a surprising metric from exit polls. They write: Many analysts felt that the arrival of Hurricane Sandy gave the president a boost last week by allowing him to display leadership in front of the American people, as well as taking away valuable campaigning days from Gov. Romney.