Daily Archives: April 16, 2011

Polar Bears Wake Up In The Middle Of An Oil Field

http://www.adn.com/2011/04/14/1810247/polar-bears-emerge-from-den-on.html

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FOIA Means Never Having To Say You’re Sorry

http://www.climatesciencewatch.org/

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Huge Earthquake To Hit North America Last Month

American earthquake forcaster Jim Berkland warns of a “high risk” seismic window and potential for a massive quake poised to strike somewhere in North America between March 19th to 26th 2011. British astrophyscist and weather forecaster, Piers Corbyn confirms Berkland’s … Continue reading

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Is That Who I Think That Is?

I was looking through old papers and found this picture from 1976 http://news.google.com/newspapers

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The Disastrous Winter Of 1976-1977

http://news.google.com/newspapers http://news.google.com/newspapers

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“The Dust Bowl was far smaller in scope”

CO2 is worse than the dust bowl! Climate change is worrisome, maybe even an emergency. The Dust Bowl was far smaller in scope, but caused vast misery, even as it also inspired some of our nation’s greatest art. Growing up … Continue reading

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With Friends Like This ….

The second-biggest story, at 25%, was global warming. Specifically, bloggers focused on the surprising congressional testimony from physics professor, and long-time skeptic of climate change science, Richard Muller. While Muller was expected to present research in opposition to the prevailing … Continue reading

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Ivy League Alarmist Proves My Point

Reader Phil has been complaining that the Ideal Gas Law doesn’t work. He provided these numbers. Arctic: T=-23ºC (250 K), P=101 kPa, R=8.314 J/K.mole, d= 1.2 kg/m^3 Tropics: T=27ºC (300 K), P=101 kPa, R=8.314 J/K.mole, d= 1.46 kg/m^3 I pointed … Continue reading

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