Wednesday, September 11, 2013


Solar Boat Crosses Atlantic, Sails Into Paris » RYOT News
The scientists focused on aerosols, fine particles emitted at the ocean’s surface that can influence climate, said Martin Beniston the expedition’s chief climatologist and head of the University of Geneva’s Institute for Environmental Sciences.

“Our first surprise when we started looking at the data is the quantity of the aerosols that are actually injected into the atmosphere by the ocean, which means we might have underestimated the climatic role of the oceans via aerosols,” Beniston said.
‘Lack of hurricanes helps climate change skeptics’ – Houston Chronicle | Climate Depot
'Despite decades of effort, the environmental movement has largely failed to persuade the American public to accept the draconian restrictions that stopping climate change would entail, and linking hurricanes to climate change may be their best chance to change all that. A look at the science, however, tells a somewhat different story. While the overall number of recorded hurricanes has increased since 1878 (when existing records begin), this is at least partly due to an improved ability to observe storms rather than an increase in the number of storms.'
A science-based rebuttal to global warming alarmism | Steve Goreham
CHICAGO, September 10, 2013—On September 23, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is scheduled to release the first portion of its Fifth Assessment Report (AR5). AR5 will conclude once again that mankind is causing dangerous climate change. But one week prior on September 17, the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) will release its second report, titled Climate Change Reconsidered II (CCR-II). My advance review of CCR-II shows it to be a powerful scientific counter to the theory of man-made global warming.
Global warming, ethanol, and will-o-wisp solutions | John Abraham | Environment |
should we discard corn-ethanol outright? No. But we should view it as a testing ground for the real solution of cellulosic ethanol. It is a solution that creates winners everywhere.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"should we discard corn-ethanol outright? No. But we should view it as a testing ground for the real solution of cellulosic ethanol."

You are compelled to continue using this corn-ethanol for fuel stupidity til we get the unicorn urine program running.