Thursday, August 01, 2013


Being Noncommittal About Sea Level Rise | Climate Abyss | a blog
My bottom line is that for all practical purposes, sea level rise 2000 years from now is simply not worth planning for.
Slanting Science | The Resilient Earth
These days you cannot go wrong attacking the evil energy industry—at least as far as the eco-lobby and the mindless minions of Hollywood and the EPA are concerned. What fools they are. Natural gas is the cleanest of all fossil fuels. It is a net positive because it pollutes less and allows more harmful energy sources to be eliminated. And from a purely nationalistic point of view, it is domestically produced, lessening dependence on oil shipped from unstable parts of the world. This headline was nothing more than a cheep shot by a liberal hack. Nature should be ashamed of itself.
Lawmakers vote to thwart EPA move on ‘social cost of carbon’ |
The House voted Thursday to block the Environmental Protection Agency from weighing the benefits of curbing carbon emissions when crafting major energy-related regulations.
Twitter / RainforestPrtnr
@algore "There are longer intervals in drought-stricken areas between downpours, making droughts even worse". #Reality #CRinCHI
Prof. Roger Pielke Jr.: Over the climate time scales ‘droughts have, for the most part, become shorter, less frequent, and cover a smaller portion of the U. S. over the last century’ | Climate Depot

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