Daily Archives: October 5, 2010

Happy Birthday Ice!

NSIDC reports – At the end of the summer 2010, under 15% of the ice remaining the Arctic was more than two years old, compared to 50 to 60% during the 1980s. Ohhh that sounds bad. But wait a minute … Continue reading

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Romm The Shape Shifter

Joe Romm has been telling us that 2010 is the “hottest year ever” – despite the fact that satellite temperatures say otherwise. But today, he excitedly reports “ENDLESS SUMMER:  September was the hottest on record globally in the RSS satellite … Continue reading

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Solar Max! 160 Spots

Not! http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2006/21dec_cycle24/

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Send More Money!

The researchers cautioned that although they had analyzed more than a decade of data, it was still a relatively short time frame. Natural ups and downs that appear in climate data make detecting long-term trends challenging. Further study is needed, … Continue reading

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Hide The Decline

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The Best And The Brightest

From 2007. You can’t make this stuff up. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7139797.stm

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Ozone Layer Expected To Recover in 25 Years

From the Russian press today. The ozone layer will recover by 2035. If the correct calculations of scientists, by this time the ozone concentration rises to the level of 1980. The article, in which a group of scientists from different … Continue reading

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