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Solar Energy, Ocean Cycles And Global Temperature

May 21, 2008
The Real Link Between Solar Energy, Ocean Cycles And Global Temperature
By  Stephen Wilde

This article expands and updates my previous articles and should be read with them.
Failure of IPCC to properly consider Solar Influencewhich is about the failure of the IPCC to properly ...

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Global Cooling for April 2008

Global Cooling for April 2008

Monday, May 19, 2008
 
Even Flawed Data Can’t Hide the Cooling
By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM

NOAA reports that April 2008 was a full degree (F) below normal making it the 29th coldest April out of 115 years for the United States, the coldest in 11 years. Much of the western 2/3rds of the lower 48 were ...

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Natural Ocean Cycles, not Man, responsible for Temperature and Ice Changes Part 1

Natural Ocean Cycles, not Man,  responsible for Temperature and Ice Changes Part 1

PART I of 3
May 17, 2008
The Relationship of the PDO to El Nino and La Nina Frequency
By Joe D'Aleo
El Nino Dominance Since The Late 1970s - Explained
John McLean in a paper here reported Australia's CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology (Power and Smith 2007) wrote about a period of unprecedented El ...

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Why Has Politics Got In The Way Of Science?

May 17, 2008
by Stephen Wilde
Op-Ed
The short answer is that it always does.

Politicians tend to prefer things staying the same as regards the balance between those in power and the rest of us. Developments in Science unpredictably throw everything out of balance.

The political ideal, for some, ...

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31,000 Scientists have signed a petition rejecting claims of Human-caused Global Warming

May 17, 2008
ICECAP
On Monday, May 19th at 10:00 am, at the National Press Club, Dr. Arthur Robinson of The Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine will announce that more than 31,000 scientists have signed a petition rejecting claims of human-caused global warming. 

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Another look at Carbon Credits and Cap and Trade Costs

May 15, 2008
By Vincent Gioia
Op-Ed on the Global Warming movement and the coming Presidential policies
(Comments are welcome)

All candidates for the presidency this year have many policies in common but the acceptance of and reaction to false claims of man-made global warming carries the most ...

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Polar Bear listed as Threatened by US Dept of Interior

Office of the Secretary
May 14, 2008  Contact: Shane Wolfe
202-208-6416
Secretary Kempthorne Announces Decision to Protect Polar Bears under Endangered Species Act
Rule will allow continuation of vital energy production in Alaska


In a press conference on May 14, 2008, Secretary of the Interior ...

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Observed climate change in West Virginia

Written by Robert Ferguson    
Monday, 12 May 2008

Annual temperature:
Over the course of the past 113 years, the time since statewide records have been compiled by the U.S. National Climatic Data Center, the statewide annual average temperature history of West Virginia exhibits no ...

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Tornado Season and La Nina

Tornado Season and La Nina

Very Active Tornado Season Another Classic La Nina Effect
By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM

The winter and spring brought heavy, in places all-time record snowfall, flooding, and now an active tornado season. All of these are classic strong La Nina phenomena.  Brush fires now ablaze in Florida are is also ...

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