- The beginning of the end | Watts Up With That?
- "A [Junk] Scientist’s Misguided Crusade" Against Keystone XL
- A Simple Test of Marcott et al., 2012
- Maryland's "Wind Powered Welfare"
- Media Guide to Scepticism
- Denier Comment of the Day March 15, 2013
- Update on WUWT Comments on Falling Gasoline Use
- WUWT's Armagh silliness
- Watt about consistency?
- Canada's Resources Minister Calls Out Jim Hansen
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- Geologizing with Darwin | History of Geology, Scientific American Blog Network blogs.scientificamerican.com/history-of-geo… via @sciamPressed 3 months ago
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More improper activity from the Million Dollar Bureaucrat...
A Scientist’s Misguided Crusade
By JOE NOCERA
Published: March 4, 2013
Last Friday, at 3:40 p.m., the State Department released its “Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement” for the highly contentious Keystone XL pipeline, which Canada hopes to build to move its tar sands oil to refineries in the United States. In effect, the statement said there were no environmental impediments that would prevent President Obama from approving the pipeline.
The Gorebots are al atwitter about this new paper...
Science 8 March 2013:
Vol. 339 no. 6124 pp. 1198-1201
A Reconstruction of Regional and Global Temperature for the Past 11,300 Years
Shaun A. Marcott, Jeremy D. Shakun, Peter U. Clark, Alan C. Mix
Surface temperature reconstructions of the past 1500 years suggest that recent warming is unprecedented in that time.
Offshore Wind Passes in Senate, Gov. O’Malley’s Signature Next
The construction of a wind power farm off the coast of Ocean City could begin as early at 2017
By Jessica Wilde, Capital News Service
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s offshore wind energy bill is on its way to his desk for a signature, having passed in the House in February and in the Senate on Friday.
All of us in the sane world who understand and accept the scientific evidence for human-induced climate change and global warming, and are active in the blogosphere, always come across AGW deniers claiming to be sceptics. Anthony crybaby Watts for example certainly doesn't like being called a denier because of perceived anti-semitic overtones in the use of that word. Well, they may not like being called deniers but…
I just love the types of comments where people correct other people on their spelling and grammar and have spelling mistakes of their own or like with the next case, a person questions another's intellect and.....well, you'll see. This comes from a WTFIWWAW post about the movie Greedy Lying Bastards. Daryl Hannah was the executive producer.
Should I even bother? .....of course I should.
I cannot reblog the article again. (Wordpress does not support that.)
However, Anthony updated the article on falling gasoline usage to show that although things are worse than I thought, they are not as bad as implied by the first take on the data.
Adding more data, Anthony shows that gasoline use is dropping, but we are probably not in some hidden economic collapse.