The Realists Take on Climate Change
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Wednesday, November 5th 2008, 4:37 AM EST
If You Don’t Like History, Change It!
by Meteorologist Art Horn
Recently I was looking at some graphical temperature data from NASA. I was able to find a graph of United States temperature from 1880 up to 1999. I then went to the NASA GISS site and found the most recent plot of this data.
Wednesday, November 5th 2008, 3:08 AM EST
OVER-HYPING OF GREEN
by William M. Gray
The US green movement is moving forward with its agenda to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) gas emissions. Colorado Governor Ritter has proposed various CO2 reduction measures. Many US state legislatures are beginning to mandate that various percentages of future electrical energy generated come from renewable energy sources.
Wednesday, November 5th 2008, 2:58 AM EST
From Investor's Business Daily (subscription) - USA
Alarmists Still Heated Even As World Cools
EDITORIALS & OPINION
Climate Change: It's been a bad year for global warming alarmists. Record cold periods and snowfalls are occurring around the globe. The hell that the radicals have promised is freezing over.
Wednesday, November 5th 2008, 2:43 AM EST
From Times of Malta - Valletta,Malta
AN questions environmental reasons for new taxes
Azzjoni Nazzjoni this afternoon dismissed the budget as a “a budget of hot air”. “CO2 emissions are the government's latest convenient excuse to further fleece an overburdened public of its hard earned earnings,” the party said.
Tuesday, November 4th 2008, 5:03 AM EST
From The Scotsman
'Proof' we are causing polar warming melts away in the cold light of reality.
by DR WILLIAM FLOOD
No doubt some readers will have been alarmed by your report (31 October) that scientists from the University of East Anglia's climate research unit claim to have "finally" proved human behaviour is responsible for warming at the north and south poles, leading the public to assume the ice caps are melting.
Tuesday, November 4th 2008, 4:54 AM EST
From The Canada Free Press
Telling the truth about climate change has become a revolutionary act
by Dr Tim Ball
Alan Greenspan former chairman of the US Federal Reserve Board, a position touted as one of the most powerful unelected offices in the world, in a hearing before Rep. Henry Waxman’s House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform said he got it wrong in answer to questions about his role in the recent financial meltdown.
Tuesday, November 4th 2008, 4:43 AM EST
We had to include this article by Jessica Marshall from ABC Science Online - Australia. Make of it what you will.....it does not say 100% certain humans are warming the poles, in fact it implies a warmer tidal flow.
Humans are warming the poles: study
The Antarctic shows a smaller but still significant overall warming trend. While some parts of the continent appear to be cooling, such as over the South Pole, warming is pronounced over West Antarctica and the Antarctic Peninsula.
Tuesday, November 4th 2008, 4:29 AM EST
From Forbes - NY,USA
Steve: The Cap & Trade Charade
by Steve Forbes
There is growing consensus that temperatures on earth correlate to sunspot activity. What we're seeing from the sun implies not global warming but a global cooling that we haven't seen since the "Little Ice Age" three centuries ago. There is no proven correlation between temperatures on earth and carbon dioxide. The earth’s axis, the salinity of the Arctic Ocean and volcanoes all dramatically affect temperatures. But carbon dioxide? No way.
Tuesday, November 4th 2008, 4:20 AM EST
From the Daily Express
STAND BY FOR A 90MPH BATTERING
by Sara Dixon
WeatherAction says fierce conditions at sea will cause gales and tsunami-like waves to funnel down the east coast of Britain. The group’s Piers Corbyn said: “I am 95 per cent confident there will be severe storms in the North Atlantic/British Isles region in the periods around November 12-14 and November 25-28.“There is a respective 70 per cent and 35 per cent chance that these storms will lead to a notable North Sea storm surge which could require emergency action in England and Holland.”
Tuesday, November 4th 2008, 4:09 AM EST
Why did Jen MacDonald of KHSL - USA not inform the readers of this article the full answer.........Anthony Watts would have mentioned it!
Weather Pattern Changing
The biggest shift in the weather since the 1970's is happening right now. Weather experts say changes in the Pacific Ocean will have long term effects on temperatures and rainfall in the North State.