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Study: Greens Have a Fat Carbon Footprint

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Willie Soon – a group of Cambridge Conservation Scientists have discovered that greens enjoy the same carbon belching perks as the rest of us, and rarely purchase carbon offsets or make other personal sacrifices such as reducing meat consumption. Conservationists take nine flights a year, despite knowing danger to…

Asteroid to buzz Earth this week

Four years ago, a house-sized asteroid tore through the atmosphere over Chelyabinsk, Russia, and exploded.  Shock waves shattered windows and knocked down onlookers as fragments of the disintegrating space rock peppered the Ural countryside. This week an asteroid about the same size is approaching Earth. It will not hit our planet, but it’s coming very…

Snowfall at the equator

Marine snowfall at the equator GEOMAR team publishes a detailed picture of the biological particle flow into the deep sea along the equator From the HELMHOLTZ CENTRE FOR OCEAN RESEARCH KIEL (GEOMAR) The great ocean currents with their immense energy transport have a decisive influence on the atmosphere and thus the climate. But besides this well-known…

Climate scientists reveal their ignorance about CO2 emissions and mitigation

Guest essay by Alberto Zaragoza Comendador Climate scientists don’t usually propose anything specific to ‘tackle climate change’ other than, well, doing something. Because according to them nothing is being done, or at least nothing was being done until very recently. (Apparently, in climate scientists’ minds the $4 trillion invested in renewable electricity between 2000 and…