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More Scared Climate Scientists Share Their "Feelings"

Guest essay by Eric Worrall What do you do when your feeble climate evidence fails to convince? Climate scientists reveal their fears for the future Cradling her newborn baby girl, heatwave expert Sarah Perkins Kirkpatrick admits to feeling torn between the joy of motherhood and anxiety over her first-born child’s future. “I always wanted a…

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In Search of the 3% Renewable Energy ‘Tipping Point’.

  Guest post by David Middleton In order to search for the 3% Renewable Energy ‘Tipping Point’, we must ascertain a definition of the phrase… Definition of tipping point : the critical point in a situation, process, or system beyond which a significant and often unstoppable effect or change takes place Merriam-Webster Let’s see if we…

Study: Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) rarely linked to felt seismic tremors

From the UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, another political tool of the left bites the dust. Researchers find only one hydrocarbon-producing area where production is linked to increased seismic activities at the regional scale EDMONTON (June 26, 2017)–New research suggests hydraulic fracturing and saltwater disposal has limited impact on seismic events. For the past two years, UAlberta…

2017 Global temperatures are leveling off – near 1980 temperature anomaly (depending on who you ask)

From the “dashed hopes for the warmest year evar!” department comes this update from Dr. Ryan Maue on the global surface temperature: Via Twitter: Global temperatures have generally settled to +0.26°C compared to 1981-2010 climatology continuing downward glide thru 2017 (black line) He adds: Tropical vs. non-tropical temperature anomalies have balanced out mostly for the…