Who Are the “Experts” on Climate Change?

Guest post by John Droz, Jr. We live in complicated times, immersed in a society of incessant, loud, conflicting voices. Nowhere is this more true than in the discussion of the impact of carbon dioxide on the planet, oceans, better known as “climate change.” When interested citizens try to get to the bottom of such…

Advertisements

Hole In The Ozone Layer Shrinks To Smallest Size On Record

From The Daily Caller NASA image/ screen grab Jason Hopkins Immigration and politics reporter October 22, 2019 12:18 PM ET The hole in the ozone layer shrank to its smallest size since scientists began recording it, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Monday. The ozone layer hole, which roughly sits above Antarctica,…

Offshore Wind Getting Crushed by Carbon Capture

Guest table-turning by David Middleton I actually wrote the title to this thread before I looked up the facts… Offshore Wind Power Is Crushing Carbon Capture Dreams Tina Casey OCT 17, 2019 Fossil fuel stakeholders are leaning on carbon capture to keep coal and other fossil fuels relevant, but the technology has yet to prove…

Clay minerals call the shots with carbon

Rivers discharge a constant supply of sediment into the world’s oceans. This sediment is largely composed of various clay minerals – the products of rock weathering – and organic compounds of plant origin that have decomposed in soils. These two components end up in rivers as a result of erosion. On its way to the…