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- NASA – Doubling Sea Level Rise By Data Tampering
Daily Archives: April 18, 2011
I hate this feeling that we are degenerating into a dark ages mentality, but that seems to be where we are headed. Plate tectonics really has nothing to do with liberal neuroses. The mantle couldn’t care less how stupid the … Continue reading
Mars has huge erosional features formed by water. How could this be? It is far too cold for there to be liquid water on Mars. You can’t blame it on the Sun, because according to astronomers the Sun used to … Continue reading
Steig reminds that a short term trend on a tiny portion of Antarctica, can be extrapolated to represent long term trends across the entire continent. http://summitcountyvoice.com/
Mars has a mean surface pressure of 600 pascals, compared with Earth’s 100,000 pascals. In other words, the atmospheric pressure on Earth is about 150 times higher than Mars. Mars has 0.95 mole fraction CO2, compared to 0.0004 on earth. … Continue reading