Yep, “natural”. Heat the oceans, heat the air, get more water into the air. It’s only natural that it’s gotta dump somewhere. Advertisements
Originally posted on Climate Denial Crock of the Week:
National Snow and Ice Data Center: Arctic sea ice appears to have broken the 2007 record daily extent and is now the lowest in the satellite era. With two to three more weeks left in the melt season, sea ice continues to track below 2007 daily…
Royal Dutch Shell, via it’s US Company Shell Oil is heading out to drill in the Arctic, in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge no less. Yes, the same company that brought us these headlines: “Nigeria on alert as Shell announces worst oil spill in a decade” http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2011/dec/22/nigerian-shell-oil-spill.
Abstract EOS, TRANSACTIONS AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION, VOL. 92, NO. 49, PAGE 464, 2011 doi:10.1029/2011EO490014 RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT Siberian shelf methane emissions not tied to modern warming Colin Schultz American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. C., USA Eight thousand years ago, a rising sea inundated the vast permafrost regions off the northern coast of Siberia. Comprising the modern […]
Most of you will know that the name of this blog comes from the reference to Carl Sagan‘s observation about the Earth when viewed from space… since I recently found someone had uploaded the clip itself, it seemed to be a good thing to reference here. If you watch this video, try to keep in […]
Clearly people stumble across this blog, it’s not like it’s sitting out in the middle of the “information superhighway” with barricades and flashing lights. So I became curious. What do the people who eventually arrive here actually think on my primary subject, that being Global Warming / Climate Change / Global Climate Disruption / Climate […]
By James Thindwa Some of us say what we believe, and believe what we say. Some of us even fight for what we believe. There are also those who claim to believe something or other, but won’t fight for it. That’s the way of the world. So let’s imagine a world only slightly different, with […]