Daily Archives: July 31, 2013

Guardian Discusses “Real Science”

Are climate sceptics the real champions of the scientific method? Since climate change came to prominence in 1988, the role of scientific knowledge – especially an idea of scientific consensus – has played a starring role in the ensuing academic enquiry/political debate/trench … Continue reading

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Runaway Braindamage Effect Strikes Climate Scientists

One of the stupidest claims in climate science, originally pushed by the constantly stoned Carl Sagan, is that increasing CO2 will lead to a runaway greenhouse effect. This is a spectacularly stupid concept. The only IR bands which are not … Continue reading

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Government Scientists Know What Is Best for You


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Mikey Says The Goal Of Research Is To Push An Agenda

Twitter Mikey does Climategate III on twitter

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CSM Predicts That 17 Years Of No Warming Will Turn Earth Into Venus

When would global warming destroy life on Earth? Study hazards a guess. – CSMonitor.com The trend in global temperatures looks devastating. Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs

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Just Say No

Newt Gingrich (newtgingrich) on Twitter

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They Were Warned

June 29 (1) Mainstream Last First I’m posting this now, while they still might be able to get out. It would be bad form later to say “I told you so” to the deceased.

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Serreze & Co. Arctic Shippers

“We are now in uncharted territory,” said NSIDC Director Mark Serreze Serreze said, “While lots of people talk about opening of the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic islands and the Northern Sea Route along the Russian coast, twenty years … Continue reading

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Rowers Trapped For Another Day

Strong southerly winds will keep them on their little island paradise for another day.

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July 1965 : Two Years Of Extreme Drought In The Northeast


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