Daily Archives: May 21, 2011

Hansen Unhinged

if carbon dioxide continues to increase at current rates. Coral reefs, harbouring a quarter of ocean species, are threatened. – James Hansen http://www.guardian.co.uk/ Earth to Jim … corals evolved with CO2 levels 10-20X higher than at present, and temperatures 10C … Continue reading

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Wrong Apocalypse

The press hides their hatred of Christianity behind a thin veneer of imagined rationality. http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/05/21/doomsday/?hpt=C2 Interesting seeing how the press is having a field day making fun of the May 21 “end of the world as we know it” nonsense, … Continue reading

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Disturbing Trend In The Arctic

http://www.ijis.iarc.uaf.edu/seaice/extent/AMSRE_Sea_Ice_Extent.png For at least the last ten years, Arctic ice has declined between March and September. The pattern is repeating itself this year. Unless we reduce CO2 to 350 ppm, this alarming pattern of summer ice loss is likely to … Continue reading

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Meltdown Next Week : Critical Mass Of Stupidity In London

It is hoped that discussions between David Cameron and Barack Obama during the American president’s trip to Britain next week will lead to more intelligence http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Hopefully it will have minimal impact on Wembley next Saturday. Tickets4Football has a large … Continue reading

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Consensus Is In : The World Did Not End Today

I did a search on Google news, and most of the writers agree that the Earth is still here. It also appears that Manhattan is still above water, in spite of predictions from another leading crackpot expert.

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Shock News : The Rio Grande Gorge Looks Just Like It Always Did!

http://planetsave.com/

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Global Warming Deniers Debunked!

Impeccable logic. Assume your belief system to be true, and then use your assumption as the basis for proving that your assumption is correct. 1    “It’s the sun”    The sun’s output has barely changed since 1970 and is irrelevant to … Continue reading

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