Sunday, June 30, 2013


For East Texas coal belt, dread over new climate-change rules | - News for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News
Barry Capps is working to keep the truck on the road while drinking coffee from a Styrofoam cup and ticking off the multitude of reasons he believes the jury is still out on mankind’s impact on climate change — one facet of which involves something he read about Iceland’s glaciers developing and retracting eons ago.
Another Day Of Record Cold Over The Arctic Ocean | Real Science
The summer of 2013 is blowing away all cold records north of 80N
How Accurate Are Climate Models | NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
...So it appears increasingly likely that even this model, which is very much at the lower end of the range of predictions, will soon be invalidated.

I don’t know what planet our politicians are living on, but it certainly is not this one.
The message of shale gas is: scrap the Climate Act - Telegraph
Who could doubt that the Almighty has a sense of humour when, on the very day headlines were filled with warnings that our electricity system is now in such a parlous state that we can soon expect power cuts and electricity “rationing”, we were also told that Britain is now sitting on what has been called “by far the biggest shale gas basin in the world”.

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