Thursday, July 11, 2013


New Zealand - Heaviest snowfall in years closes main road thru central North Island
“These are some of the heaviest falls seen on this road for some years – up to one metre deep (3 ft) in places,” says the NZTA’s Regional Highway Network Operations Manager, Karen Boyt.
Canada Train Wreck Shows Need For Keystone Pipeline |
[IBD] An oil-laden train not unlike those rolling down American tracks derailed and exploded Saturday in a Canadian town, proving why pipelines are safer and environmentalist opposition to a pipeline from Canada is misguided.
THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper finds intense hurricanes in Florida have decreased over past 600 years
A paper published today in Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems reconstructs hurricane frequency over the past 2,500 years in NW Florida and finds intense hurricanes were less common over the past 600 years in comparison to the prior 1,100 years.
Will More Conservatives Experience an ‘R Street’ or Bob Inglis ‘Metamorphosis’? | The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
Two trips to Antarctica, in 2006 and 2008, allowed [Inglis to] observe first-hand what he says was conclusive proof [like what, specifically?] of the impact of fossil fuels on global warming.

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