Daily Archives: April 23, 2011

Global Warming To Bring Shite To Your Living Room Carpet

Another group of researchers studying Milwaukee’s sewers recently concluded that heavy rains caused by climate change could lead to a 20 percent increase in the number of sewage overflows, a troubling sign for Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit and other industrial cities … Continue reading

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McKibben : CO2 Is The Worst Thing That Ever Happened

We have to fight, finally, without any guarantee that we are going to win. We have waited late to get started and our adversaries are strong and we do not know how this is going to come out. If you … Continue reading

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Obama Shuts Down Oil Exploration In The US – Then Calls For Energy Independence

This guy is definitely on our side. http://www.voanews.com/ http://washingtonexaminer.com/

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Airport Tornado Damage Up Since The 19th Century

The St. Louis Airport was damaged by a tornado yesterday. I did some research on Google news archives and can’t find a single incident from the 19th century of an airport being damaged. How do you deniers account for that?

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Earth Day : Celebrating 41 Years Of Academic Psychosis

“civilization will end within 15 or 30 years unless immediate action is taken against problems facing mankind. -Harvard biologist George Wald http://reason.com/

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Don’t They Have Soccer In The Philippines?

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/

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List Insert Function

PROCEDURE Insert(VAR list: T; value:INTEGER) = (* inserts new element in list and maintains order *) VAR current, previous: T; new: T := NEW(T, key:= value); (*create new element*) BEGIN IF list = NIL THEN list:= new (*first element*) ELSIF … Continue reading

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What Would 350 Do For Us?

Another RRTM experiment. If we reduced CO2 back to the good old days of 350 ppm (1988) that would reduce downwelling longwave radiation in the tropics by a massive 0.03%. By contrast, a 1% change in humidity (which happens every … Continue reading

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Hansen Explains That Too Little Ice Makes The Climate Cold

The loss of sea ice may also be driving Arctic air into the middle latitudes. Winter weather patterns are notoriously chaotic, and the GISS analysis finds seven of the last 10 European winters warmer than the average from 1951 to … Continue reading

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Barrow Meltdown Continues

-20C and rotten ice now five feet thick. http://seaice.alaska.edu/gi/observatories/barrow_webcam

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