Thursday, July 18, 2013


Dartmouth Drills at Denali to Document Climate Change | Dartmouth Now
The same region of Greenland is now inundated with mosquitoes each summer, when only a decade ago colder summer temperatures kept the mosquitoes in check.
States battle surging seas -- despite uncertainty among climate scientists | Fox News
“The sea level has been rising since about 1800, at the end of the 'little ice age'," a period of cooling that stretched for a few hundred years, explained William Happer, who researched ocean physics for the U.S. Air Force and who currently is a physics professor at Princeton University.

"Assuming that the high rate of rise continued for a century, there would be a rise of about ten inches by the year 2113. This is much less than the difference between high and low tide for most localities,” he told

“I can't see how a sea level rise of less than one foot in a century makes any difference, and it certainly is no reason for busybody politicians to launch grand schemes in a variant of the old protection racket of organized crime,” Happer added.
Inhofe attacks Obama’s ‘secret talking points’ on global warming |
[Inhofe] Around the same time the President gave his speech on global warming last month, his campaign team developed a secret talking points memo that was crafted to provide alarmists around the country with specific instructions about how they should talk about global warming.

The President wants everyone to be on the same page. He’s tested and tried these talking points on focus groups, and he even came up with a list of “Do’s and Don’t’s” when talking about climate change, which you can see on the Chart behind me.

These talking points are not honest or straight forward. They’re purely political.

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