Newly discovered EPA report says ozone measurements may be way off – cities may be in compliance

EPA Surface Ozone Readings are Inflated by Mercury Vapor – The EPA has known about positive biases caused by mercury vapor since 1999 Guest essay by Forrest M. Mims III Accurate ozone measurements are required by the Clean Air Act, for public health, many jobs and billions of dollars are at stake. Yet since 1999 the…

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Gore Offers To Work With Trump On Climate

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Man, there is just no end to Gore’s hubris. From his website, which I’ll pass on linking to for obvious reasons … Last night President-elect Trump said he wanted to be a president for all Americans. In that spirit, I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority of us…

Friday Funny: Liberals are in such disbelief/shock on Myron Ebell appointment for EPA transition, he has a Snopes page

This is hilarious. Over the past couple of days on Twitter and Facebook, I’ve seen dozens, perhaps even hundreds of meltdown tweets like this: There’s some others far worse that are in full meltdown mode: Sign this petition to prevent Myron Ebell, a climate denier, from heading the EPA transition https://t.co/kQfiYyJDPX — Kyra Prats (@KyraPrats)…

New Earth and space weather satellite set to launch on November 19th

Ready for launch: CU Boulder instrument suite to assess space weather From the UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER A multimillion dollar University of Colorado Boulder instrument package expected to help scientists better understand potentially damaging space weather is now slated to launch aboard a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite on Saturday, Nov. 19. Designed…

How bacteria make it rain

From the AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2016 — The oceans are covered with a thin film of organic matter and bacteria, many of which launch out of the water and go airborne. But these little particles do more than just take flight — these microbes can actually make it rain. In the final stop…