Daily Archives: October 13, 2010

Forecast For The Year 2100 : 17 Polar Storms

The accuracy of climate models is simply astonishing! Assuming that greenhouse gas emissions rise rapidly in the future, the frequency of Arctic hurricanes could fall from an average of 36 per winter to about 17 by 2100, the model suggests. … Continue reading

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Susan Solomon Describes The Overwhelming Power Of CO2

Arctic sea ice retreat, increases in heavy rainfall and flooding, permafrost melt, loss of glaciers and snowpack with attendant changes in water supply, increased intensity of hurricanes, etc. OMG climate change that takes place due to increases in carbon dioxide … Continue reading

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Can Anyone Locate Montenegro On A Map?


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Global Warming Always Targets The Weak

Democrats are three times more likely to be victims of global warming than Republicans, and twice as likely as Independents. http://scienceblogs.com/framing-science/ExaggeratedRepublicans.gif If current trends continue, the Republican party will be fully emancipated by the year 2020. Democrats seem to be … Continue reading

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Tasmanian Devil

http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/10/13/3036937.htm Tasmania’s Climate Change Minister believes climate change predictions for the state could bring new economic opportunities. ………………………. “I think there are opportunities in context of national scenarios and international scenarios so we’ve got to look at these opportunities in … Continue reading

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EPA Accidentally Gets Something Partly Correct

http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/indicators.html The EPA photo above correctly identifies man made emissions of Earth’s most important greenhouse gas. The only problem is that they don’t know which gas it is.

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No Refuge On Gliese 581

A couple of weeks ago, CO2  worriers were ready to pack it in and escape to a “habitable planet” only twenty light years away. These seemed like a brilliant way to raise the IQ of Earth, but sadly it turns … Continue reading

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