Daily Archives: October 14, 2010

Union Of Concerned Scientists : Global Warming Affects Mental Health

They got that right. UCS is doing everything they can to drive people nuts worrying about things they have no control over. A sure fire approach to driving individuals and society as a whole over the brink. Advertisements

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CBC Makes It Official – The Sun Does Not Affect The Climate

Canuck reporter making fun of Americans for not being stupid like he is. Global warming confuses Americans The poll reveals that almost half of Americans — 49 per cent — incorrectly believe that the space program contributes to global warming, … Continue reading

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Epic Fail : Hansen’s 2010’s Forecast From 1988

Yes, Hansen actually made these forecasts (degrees C) in the year 1988. We should be baking already, and Manhattan should be drowning. The standard response from our friends is that “well … ummm … we know a lot more now … Continue reading

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Fusion Reactor To Produce A Potent Greenhouse Gas

I was shocked to read this morning that the Iter reactor will be generating large amounts of a potent greenhouse gas. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-11541383 Presidential science advisor John Holdren warned us about these pesky reactors in 1969 : A more easily evaluated … Continue reading

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“Northern Lights hit 100-year low point”

http://www.physorg.com/news204901293.html

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Snow Forecast For The UK Next Week

Last winter’s non-existent snow http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/8061737/Snow-to-hit-Britain.html This must be in error. Ten years ago, the top climate scientists at East Anglia told us that :

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In The Dark About Arctic Warming

Arctic winter temperatures have warmed over the last 30 years. People claim this  is due to the “greenhouse effect” – as shown above. The Sun shines through the atmosphere easily, but LW radiation has a more difficult time returning to … Continue reading

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