Daily Archives: March 30, 2011

CSM Prints The Mother Of All Non Sequiturs

Global warming makes tsunamis and nuclear disasters more likely. http://www.csmonitor.com/

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Boxer 2007 : Skiing Doomed

http://www.pantagraph.com/ Babs warned us about this : “Global warming can have a profound and negative impact on our outdoor recreation opportunities and businesses,” said Sen. Barbara Boxer (D, Calif.). “We are already seeing decreases in the amount of snowpack in … Continue reading

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Shock News : Horticulturists Intentionally Adding EPA Toxin CO2 To Their Growing Environment

Extra amounts of EPA designated toxin CO2 facilitates “healthy and vibrant plants.” http://www.ehow.com/

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Romm : Joe Barton Fails To Mention How Toxic CO2 Is

My elementary school teacher must have been wrong when she taught me that plants can’t grow without CO2.

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Hansen : To Tip Or Not To Tip

Hansen has been warning us for years that warming will hyper-accelerate as CO2 increases. Now the argument suddenly switches to decelerated warming and scenario B, because CO2 increments have decreasing effect at higher concentrations. This argument is needed to partially … Continue reading

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New Yorker 2007 : Himalayan Glaciers To Melt Before 2035 – Sea Level To Rise At Least 13 Feet

Founded in 1988, the I.P.C.C. is a joint venture of the United Nations Environment Programme and the World Meteorological Organization. Every four or five years, it conducts an exhaustive survey of the available data and issues a multi-volume assessment of … Continue reading

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Joshua Trees Do Better In More Extreme Climates

In all, the citizen scientists found 800 baby Joshua trees. They narrowed the field to about 80 of the newest plants that were a foot tall or less, so Barrows could chart their distribution in relation to rising temperatures. Barrows … Continue reading

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