Daily Archives: April 20, 2011

Fish Worried About Global Warming

On the Atlantic Coast, the rising sea is claiming historical nesting grounds for shorebirds and sea turtles. One millimeter is wiping these sensitive birds out. Loss of snowpack and changing hydrology in the Pacific Northwest is having a profound impact … Continue reading

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They Can’t Find The Oil

One year after the 10,000 year BP environmental disaster, they can’t find the oil. One of the biggest questions that remains a year after the Deepwater Horizon accident in the Gulf of Mexico is about the oil. Unimaginable amounts poured … Continue reading

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Early Spring In Michigan

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If It Is Warming, Shouldn’t It Be Warming?

Sixty percent of Protestant pastors disagree that global warming is real and manmade, and 41 percent of them “strongly” disagree, a new survey says. The skepticism is up from an already high 48 percent of pastors in 2008 who somewhat … Continue reading

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In Soviet Russia, Nobody Ask Khruschev Difficult Question

Pfeiffer was asked by Time reporter Michael Scherer, “So will WFAA’s Brad Watson get another interview one day?” Instead of quickly taking the high road, Pfeiffer suggested that Watson may truly be out in the cold after irritating the president. … Continue reading

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What Is Wrong With This Picture?

In equilibrium, the temperature cannot exceed what is determined by energy balance….unless Goddard is also claiming to have circumvented conservation of energy too. As I discussed in the last thread, you can see GHG’s reducing the outgoing radiation from space. … Continue reading

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Atmospheric Pressure Drops As The Air Heats

Temperature and pressure at Colorado State University – August 15-19 2010 Note how the atmospheric pressure drops as the air heats in the afternoon. This is because warm air rises, leaving a region of low pressure underneath. Sort of like … Continue reading

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