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Rising Sea Levels Due to Ice Melting in Greenland and West Antarctica?

Rising Sea Levels Due to Ice Melting in Greenland and West Antarctica?

June 25, 2008
SPPI
The title of this article sounds quite alarming, and comes from the movie An Inconvenient Truth.
In October of this last year, the High Court in London had identified this claim of rising sea levels as an "error" in the movie. Even today, school teachers across the United ...

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Carbon Control Versus Energy and Food Security

June 24, 2008

Vinod K. Dar
Managing Director, Dar & Company
The world can have carbon control or it can have food and energy security.  The former means reduced energy supply while the latter requires greatly expanded energy supply, which in turn, for at least the next 3 or 4 decades, means ...

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Global Warming Deniers - Get Ready For The Coming Inquisition

Global Warming Deniers - Get Ready For The Coming Inquisition

June 23, 2008
By Vincent Gioia

I wondered how long it would take to come to this. We have had calls for the firing of scientists and other disbelievers of the religion of the day; can the inquisition and McCarthy-style hearings be far behind? I can hear it now - "Are you now or ever have been a ...

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James Hansen Exposed, Climate Outlook is Excellent

June 23, 2008
Marc Morano and the EPW
Don’t Panic Over Predictions of Climate Doom - Get the Facts on James Hansen
‘High Crimes Against Humanity’ Trial for Climate Skeptics?

Weblink to Part Two of Fact Sheet on James Hansen:
NASA scientist James Hansen has created worldwide media frenzy with his ...

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Is the Arctic Ice Expanding or Collapsing?

Is the Arctic Ice Expanding or Collapsing?

June 22, 2008
Solstice Sea Ice Update
By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow
ICECAP

The Antarctic set a new record (since records began in 1979) for sea ice extent at the end of last winter. It stayed well above the normal through the summer with icemelt 40% below the normal. As a new height of ...

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As the Earth Cools: What Does it Mean for the Energy Industry?


June18, 2008
Vinod K. Dar
Right Side News 
The earth warmed strongly between 1915 and 1940, cooled between 1940 and 1975 and then warmed strongly again between 1975 and 1998.  The earth has been cooling in the opening years of this century even as carbon dioxide levels have risen ...

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IPCC Scientist calls Global Warming Fears the Worst scientific scandal in history

June 17, 2008
Marc Morano

Alert: UN IPCC Japanese Scientist Turns on UN – Sun Slows Down More! - Climate Fear ‘Running out of Gas’ - Spitting = Impact of Doubling CO2? - Round Up – June 17, 2008
[Note: The Sheer volume of scientists dissenting from UN IPCC climate views since 2007 has made it ...

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Global Warming and Disastrous Floods in Wisconsin

Global Warming and Disastrous Floods in Wisconsin

Jun 14, 2008
Environmentalists Try to Take Advantage of Natural Disaster - Blame Midwest Floods on Global Warming
By Joseph D’Aleo

In the latest in a series of predictable releases, an environmental group Clean Wisconsin today claimedthat the disastrous floods that ravaged southern Wisconsin ...

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Opposition to Coal Will Reduce Electricity Reliability, Harm US Economy

June 16, 2008
SPPI

In an April 2008 white paper entitled, "Natural Gas and Electricity Costs and Impacts on Industry", the U.S. Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) reported that opposition to new coal-based power plants is leading to a generation capacity shortage ...

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