While some academics and AGW advocates huff about a “Mannhunt” the Virgina House of Delegates has blocked an attempt to remove the attorney general’s power to issue subpoenas for academic research at state universities. Assembly Upholds right to subpoena, The Cavalier Daily
Daily Archives: February 24, 2011
Henry Waxman and Bobby Rush say two new studies link climate change to extreme weather. But Roger Pielke Jr. says there’s no foundation for claims of increased flooding or extreme weather at all.
That’s what Cornell scientists claim, but two times a non-detectable effect is still a non-detectable effect. Baltimore Sun
… no, JunkScience.com is not trying to compete with Match.com. We’re just trying to keep naive media types from falling for old junk scientists. Continue reading
“… Gasland is, by turns, eloquent, congenial and emotional. But then so is Sesame Street…” Gasland’s Fracking Nonsense, Energy Tribune
“This white paper will serve to provide factual information concerning the Marcellus Shale.” Marcellus Shale Facts, Energy Tribune
“Even mild-mannered chaps such as Johnny Ball get angry when they meet children at schools who have been brainwashed by the AGW crackpottery and who are scared of the future instead of being excited by the future — and by science…” The Reference Frame: Beware the global warming fascists
“There is a new paper which addresses an interesting question on the role of land use/land cover change in the vicinity of Mount Kilimanjaro on the climate in this region.” New Study “Land Use Change Impacts On Regional Climate Over Kilimanjaro” By Fairman Jr. Et Al 2011
“Shortly after the third of three major snowstorms brought record-setting snowfall to the U.S. mid-Atlantic region, NOAA’s Climate Scene Investigators (CSI) assembled to analyze why the snowstorms happened.” ClimateWatch Magazine » Forensic Meteorology Solves the Mystery of Record Snows.
“Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced today that she intends to introduce a fixed cost for carbon emissions by July 1 2012, with the introduction of a cap and trade emissions trading scheme within three to five years after that. Continue reading
“Ancient megadroughts that lasted thousands of years in what is now the American Southwest could offer a preview of a climate changed by modern greenhouse gas emissions, Continue reading
“A climate ‘vulnerability index’ to judge which developing countries are most at risk from global warming and in need of aid is among the proposals submitted to a U.N. body ahead of new climate talks in April. World Environment News – U.N. “Climate Vulnerability” List Urged To Guide Aid – Planet Ark