Daily Archives: November 25, 2010

Small Islands Seek Quick Money Grab From Stupid Bankrupt Westerners

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6AO21Q20101125 NOAA tide gauges located on islands show an average rise rate of 1.22 mm per year, or less than five inches per century.

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Government Research Money

In the early 1980s I was working on the Safety Analysis Report for the DOE’s nuclear waste site near Carlsbad, New Mexico (WIPP.) One day my bosses’ boss came in to my office and said “You guys are doing great … Continue reading

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“Global warming fix could threaten food chain”

http://www.thestate.com/ There goes their funding ………..

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My Fourth Query To The Climate Science Rapid Response Team

Climate scientists have been quoted in the press saying that sea level rise rates have doubled, and that sea level rise rates are occurring near the high end of IPCC forecasts. Yet NOAA tide gauge data shows little or no … Continue reading

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“Methane is thought to contribute around one fifth of the greenhouse gas warming effect.”

Globally averaged atmospheric methane in 2009 was 1803 parts per billion http://www.reportingclimatescience.com/ Wow! 1.8 ppm CH4 is causing 20% of the greenhouse effect. Those are powerful molecules. Let’s do the math : 90% H2O and clouds 30% CO2 20% CH4 … Continue reading

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Guardian Doesn’t Understand UK Currency

http://www.guardian.co.uk the multi-purpose donations will also go towards forestry preservation and carbon sequestration. Sequestering carbon is going to stop people from poaching Tigers?

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Global Warming : Polar Bears To Fight With Grizzly Bears

Climate change brings bad news for polar bears “What we found was striking,” Graham Slater, the lead author of the study said in a release. “The polar bear and brown bear can bite equally hard, but the polar bear’s skull … Continue reading

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Global Warming To Spoil Thanksgiving Dinner

http://news.discovery.com/earth/thanksgiving-climate-change.html Turkey will taste bad because of warmer temperatures. That is why no one eats poultry in the south.

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GCM 571 : Final Exam Review

Class – here is what you need to know about climate models for your final exam next week. They can’t model future solar activity They can’t model future ocean cycles (ENSO/PDO/AMO etc.) They can’t model clouds They can’t model sea … Continue reading

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Huge Solar Maximum By 2010 Or 2011

March 10, 2006: This week researchers announced that a storm is coming–the most intense solar maximum in fifty years. The prediction comes from a team led by Mausumi Dikpati of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). “The next sunspot … Continue reading

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