Alarmists still aren’t convincing – more Americans believe ‘paranormal’ more than fear global warming

Nearly three-fourths of Americans do believe in something paranormal. 48 percent fear “global warming”. What do Americans fear most? Chapman University releases 4th annual Survey of American Fears Chapman University recently completed its fourth annual Chapman University Survey of American Fears (2017). The survey asked respondents about 80 different fears across a broad range of…

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…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #286

Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week. “Do not feel absolutely certain of anything.” – Bertrand Russell, “A Liberal Decalogue” from his autobiography. Number of the Week: 87 Seconds THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President, Which Science – Empirical? Modern empirical science is a great accomplishment of…