Daily Archives: June 29, 2011

“No Wildfire on Laboratory Property”

No Wildfire on Laboratory Property; Active Air Monitoring Underway Posted on June 29, 2011 by npsnmfireinfo 12:40 p.m. News Media Information: 505-820-1226 No Wildfire on Laboratory Property; Active Air Monitoring Underway First High-Volume Air Samples Come in ‘Clean’ LOS ALAMOS, New … Continue reading

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Big Bucks For Alarmists

Leaders of 15 top Big Green environmental groups are paid more than $300,000 in annual compensation, according to an Examiner analysis of the organizations’ most recent IRS Form 990 tax returns. At $584,232, the Conservation Fund’s Richard L. Erdmann, the … Continue reading

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Another AGW Icon Bites The Dust

First Lake Powell, and now this. It is too much for any alarmist to bear. http://travelboatinglifestyle.com/?p=1667 h/t to jimbo

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“no evidence of consistent, system-wide decline in coral cover since 1995

  Disturbance and the Dynamics of Coral Cover on the Great Barrier Reef (1995–2009) Kate Osborne,* Andrew M. Dolman,¤a Scott C. Burgess,¤b and Kerryn A. Johns Received October 13, 2010; Accepted February 7, 2011. While the limited data for the … Continue reading

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Fox News Joins In The Alarmism

The threw in a photo taken several days ago with a very long lens. The fire is not burning on laboratory property, it is very unlikely that it will, and even if it did the nuclear materials are secure. The … Continue reading

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Does Digging A Well Make The Elevation Of Your House Higher?

The Global Isostatic Adjustment (GIA) is one of the biggest frauds in climate science. They add 3mm/year to sea level rise rates – based on the idea that the sea floor is sinking due to glacial rebound. This is equivalent … Continue reading

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Clowns, Or Criminals?

From NOAA’s “2010 State of the Climate” report : Sea Level * Sea level continued to rise across the world’s oceans on average. http://www.washingtonpost.com All of the satellites showed sea level dropping sharply in 2010. ESA’s Envisat showed sea level … Continue reading

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