Daily Archives: June 6, 2013

Applying The Precautionary Principle

If we continue using fossil fuels, there is a 0.0% chance that it will lead to a climate catastrophe. CO2 was much higher for most of the last 600 million years, and life thrived. On the other hand, cutting off … Continue reading

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May Arctic Ice Extent Continues It’s Decade Long Increase

ftp://sidads.colorado.edu/DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/May/N_05_area.txt Arctic ice extent is greater now than it was on this date in 1989. The Sun is highest in the sky in June, so this is the most important month for Arctic ice – as it has peak effect … Continue reading

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