Daily Archives: November 8, 2010

The Safe Side Of 350

The map above shows in blue, areas of the country which had their hottest year below Hansen’s safe level of 350 ppm. Areas in red had their hottest year above 350 ppm. 79% of the country had their hottest year … Continue reading

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LA Times Caught Making Stuff Up Again

They are really on a roll this week. http://www.agu.org/news/press/pr_archives/2010/2010-37.shtml Inaccurate news reports misrepresent a climate-science initiative of the American Geophysical Union AGU Release No. 10–37 8 November 2010 For Immediate Release WASHINGTON—An article appearing in the Los Angeles Times, and … Continue reading

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Where Do I Apply For My Share?

Joe Romm, a former Clinton administration official who now runs the popular blog Climate Progress, said any effort to address climate change in Congress will run into opposition from a number of powerful industry interests. “The disinformation campaign is incredibly … Continue reading

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All Large European Wars Occurred With CO2 Below 350 ppm

Europeans have been killing each other by the millions throughout recorded history. Apparently this was due to climate change. Whoever could have known? Denmark’s Defense Minister Gitte Lillelund Bech about the role rising global temperatures will play. Future national security … Continue reading

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Early Climate Pioneer : Vincent Van Gogh

Crops that reflect sunlight could offset global warming, scientists claimPlanting ”climate friendly” crops that reflect sunlight could help offset the effects of global warming, a study suggests. Different strains of crops such as wheat have significantly different levels of reflectivity, … Continue reading

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Correction : My Forecast For 2035

Sorry, I meant to say 2350

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More Thoughts On Grizzly Bears

It is time to take action on global warming. Otherwise we are all very likely to be eaten by hungry bears. http://www.upi.com/Science_News/  

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