Reducing the diurnal temperature range reduces human harm

Imagine that, reducing the variance between high and low temps in a day reduces human disease and harm. Imagine that.

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I hope there is a big backlash

Is there a backlash on Congressman Grijalva?  The National Journal thinks so. Continue reading

Revkin’s Source

Bob Greene:

What’s in a name

Originally posted on Climate Audit:

In Andy Revkin’s article about Pachauri’s resignation, Revkin, apparently without awareness of the irony, included the following quotation from Grist (from The Hindu in India).

Some in India are also calling for Pachauri to step down from The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), where he is currently on leave. “To safeguard the interest of global climate science Pachauri should step down immediately from the Chairmanship of IPCC and TERI,” Iqbal S. Hasnain, a former professor of environmental studies, told The Hindu.

The surname of Revkin’s informant ought to have attracted his interest.

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Shut the scientific whorehouses down–transparent science and peer review integrity

There is so much incest and conflicted peer review it is a disgrace. Money lubricated science produces claims that don’t replicate and violate scientific methods.

There are some efforts afoot to stop the corruption. The lies. The insider deals, the corruption fueled by ambitious and money pressure.

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New Mann study confirms climate models missed the pause — his excuse is it’s a false pause

Also… an interesting bit of failure-to-disclose irony. Continue reading

The EPA slams California Renewables

Renewables have to follow regulations just like coal plants. Continue reading

Greenpeace: The roots of Climate Smear

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:

While a smear campaign rages in the media and at the Congressional level, Russell Cook takes a look at its roots

merchants_of_smear“Regurgitate Unsupportable Accusations, We Much?” Kert Davies is Back. Again.

A brief word of explanation about the first part of that title, it’s a variation of the “Resist, we much” teleprompter reading gaffe by the Reverend Al Sharpton, where he meant to say “Resist, we must” on his TV show. It lends itself to a variety of other overblown political situations which beg for a “Sharptonism” parody. The latest instances where Boston Globe, New York Times, and Washington Post articles cited Kert Davies’ supposedly damaging documents (screencaptures here, here and here), in an effort to trash skeptic climate scientist Dr Willie Soon, invites exactly that kind of parody.

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