Monday, February 11, 2013

State of the union: Obama may take 30,000-foot view of climate tomorrow
President Obama may not detail the regulations he plans to implement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in tomorrow's State of the Union address. But to a certain extent, it doesn't matter how specific the president gets in his annual address to Congress.
Twitter / RogerPielkeJr: It appears that the state of ...
It appears that the state of Colorado hasn't tabulated its CO2 emissions in a long while (2007?) -- Wonder why?
Imagery, Imagination, Earth : ImaGeo
“The last time there was this much greenhouse gas in the atmosphere was during the Pliocene Epoch, 3 million years ago,” says James White, director of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado. “At that time it was 30 degrees warmer, and sea level was 20 meters higher.”  [Isn't that an argument that CO2 isn't a massively powerful warming driver?]
Bill Nye “the science guy” fumbles storm explainer - Capital Weather Gang - The Washington Post
To educate viewers on the science of the recent mega-blizzard that socked New England, MSNBC’s Craig Melvin brought onto his program noted “science guy” Bill Nye . What followed was the one of the most flawed discussions of meteorology I’ve ever seen on a national network.

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