Monday, January 07, 2013

Global Warming Makes Winemakers Sweat: John Mariani - Businessweek
"The extreme heat of 2012 in the U.S. was a one-in-1,600- year event,” [Gregory V. Jones, professor and research climatologist in the Department of Environmental Studies at Southern Oregon University] says.
Such spikes are forcing winemakers to adapt. Heinz has observed an accelerating trend of increased sugar levels leading to higher alcohol levels in the past five years.
A Deadly Trend the Government Should Do Something About | Coyote Blog
Those claiming a "trend" in mass shootings from Sandy Hook or in extreme climate from Hurricane Sandy are extrapolating a trend from only a single data point.
My Beef With The Climate Consensus | The Lukewarmer's Way
For every good scientific communicator like James Hansen and Bart Verheggen, there are covens full of Eli Rabett,Michael Tobis, Tim Lambert and Joe Romm.
Polar Bear Blog – Polar Bears of Churchill Year In Review
Overall, this seemed like a decent year for Churchill’s bears and I would say with confidence that a continued ‘severe’ decline in polar bears is not happening.

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