“Beware the Blob”… And the Children of the Blob!

Guest Blob, Blob, Blob! by David Middleton “Beware the blob”… And the children of the blob! The Legacy of the BlobFrom California to Alaska, animals born during the infamous Blob are coming of age.Authored byby Gloria Dickie  July 22, 2019 | 600 words, about 3 minutes In 2013, a mass of unusually warm water appeared in…

A case of comparing apples to tangelos and strawberries…

Guest post by Juliet Walker Former Australian Greens leader Bob Brown’s objection to a proposed wind farm in Tasmania due to the toll on bird life and visual pollution will hopefully bring to the fore an issue that has been steadfastly ignored by the mainstream media. Despite growing opposition to wind farms around the world…

Some perspective on the “massive heatwave” in the USA

Mark Albright, from the Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington writes: Many of us saw the exaggerated headlines about the “massive heat wave” gripping the USA over the past weekend of 20-21 July 2019:https://www.cbsnews.com/live-news/heat-wave-2019-extreme-heat-advisory-warning-deaths-latest-weather-forecast-us-nyc-2019-07-20/ Well , there is an explanation, it’s called mid-summer. Climatologically speaking, the two warmest days of the year…

Developing nations latest decade of energy & emissions growth torpedoes alarmist global emissions control scam

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The UN has been pursuing global emissions policy for decades that are intended to provide for the establishment of global government schemes allowing it to control world emissions. No fewer than 24 United Nations Climate Change Conferences have been held at various global locations since 1995 under its Conference of…

Commercial Space Ride Secured for NASA’s New Air Pollution Sensor

From NASA July 22, 2019 RELEASE 19-050 NASA’s Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) instrument will provide near-real-time North American air quality information that will be available to the public. Credits: Ball Aerospace NASA has secured a host satellite provider and ride into space for an instrument that will dramatically advance our understanding of air…