Monday, December 17, 2012

America’s New Energy ‘Problem’: Oil Prices Could Sink To $50
U.S. oil prices could sink to $50 a barrel at some point over the next two years, according to analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The U.S. government may have to approve oil exports if it wants the domestic oil boom to continue as $50 a barrel is below the cost of production.
Twitter / billmckibben: Oyster larvae in acidic water ...
Oyster larvae in acidic water 'akin to young children eating lead-paint chips'
McKibben’s Brain On Lead Paint | Real Science
The ocean is not acidic, and atmospheric CO2 was much higher during the vast majority of time when Oysters existed on Earth. McKibben is completely out of control.
`Electric grid will accelerate climate change in Sundarbans`
Sundarbans: The ongoing extension of the electric grid to the remote islands of Sundarbans will not only adversely affect the viability of existing renewable energy projects, but will also accelerate the process of climate change, experts say.
'Missing' polar weather systems could impact climate predictions
Dec. 16, 2012 — Intense but small-scale polar storms could make a big difference to climate predictions, according to new research from the University of East Anglia and the University of Massachusetts.

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