Written by Jeff Id
January 19, 2009
A guest post by Jeff Id
Well John Christy gave me a lot to think about in satellite temp trends as far as an improved correction over my last post. Steve McIntyre pitched in some comments as well. It is going to take a bit to work out the details of ...
Written by S. Fred Singer
January 17, 2009
S. Fred Singer
The adequacy of fissionable material may become a serious problem in the decades ahead. In principle, the world's supplies of uranium are inexhaustible. After commercially useful ores become depleted, however, one has to rely on granites and ultimately on ...
Written by Jeff Poor
January 14, 2009
The Ice Age Cometh: Experts Warn of Global Cooling
By Jeff Poor
Business & Media Institute
'Lou Dobbs Tonight' segment dismisses manmade global warming theory -- 'effects of greenhouse gas have a small impact on climate change.'
Written by NCPA
DALLAS (Jan. 13, 2009) - This winter's record low temperatures and snowfall are one more indicator that recent global warming is likely not a result of man-made activities but of the natural ebb and flow of temperatures, ...
Written by SPPI
Written by Joseh D'Aleo
By Joseh D'Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow
Last winter was extremely snowy for the Northern Hemipshere and indeed the fourth week in January had a record for that week in the record that extends back to 1967.
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Written by Joseph D'Aleo
January 11, 2009
By Joseph D'Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow
2008 ranked 15th coldest of the thirty years of records for the University of Alabama MSU based lower tropospheric temperatures (right in the middle of the pack). It was the coldest year since 2000. It continues the downtrend of the last ...
Written by RSN
Written by Right Side News
Efforts to sell climate policy based on ever more scary scenarios of apocalypse cannot be sustained and are likely to work in exactly the opposite manner than desired. A good example of why this is so can be found in a recent paper (hat tip Dad) that suggests that the rate of sea ...