Thursday, July 25, 2013


Oh, what a difference a year makes in Greenland melting | Watts Up With That?
a year later, we have an interesting opposite scenario with a deep arctic low bringing snow to the arctic and Greenland in late July.
Blowing Methane Out Their Posteriors | Real Science
Methane makes up less than two parts per million in the atmosphere. If everyone at the Rose Bowl represented one molecule, odds are there would be no methane molecules represented.
COMMODITIES-Soy slumps on worries of record large crop - Reuters
NEW YORK, July 25 (Reuters) - U.S soybean prices hit two-month lows on Thursday and soymeal futures again dropped by their daily trading limit as a giant crop loomed
Twitter / MichaelEMann: Saw that yesterday. Apparently ...
Saw that yesterday. Apparently its summer in both hemispheres right now...
Cold snap leaves three dead in Paraguay | GlobalPost
Three people have died from hypothermia in Paraguay as frigid temperatures have dipped to between 0 and 10 degrees Celsius (32 to 50 degrees Farenheit), police said Thursday.
Is the Arctic Melt Going to Cost Us Dearly? | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Greens are very good at making dire predictions that don’t come true — otherwise we’d all be starving and shivering in the dark in a world of peak oil and population bombs.

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