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Event: Ammonia – The clean renewable fuel for the future?

55 minutes agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

[ 7 May 2015 at 5:30 pm; ] This presentation by Bryan Furnass is hosted by the Frank Fenner Foundation - all are welcome. Almost all climate scientists are convinced that the main cause of global heating and climate disruption is the...Show More Summary

Is climate policy compatible with Tesla's battery-fueled dreams?

If we act too quickly to raise the costs of carbon, pushing up the price of energy, it may be that we actually harm private-sector efforts to promote solar power, and in turn battery technology.

The Corrections to Joe Romm’s Corrections–Part I

In his article, "The Corrections: Jonathan Franzen’s Deeply Irresponsible Climate Change Article" Joe Romm, climate hawk, uses a nonsensical graphic borrowed from U.S.News & World Report in an attempt to stifle criticism of renewable energy, writes RUss Finley in his review of the issues.

Bishop defends climate contrarian

But deputy says she was not involved in 'consensus centre' decision.

Talking Truth to the Climate Consensus

A sound bite summary Guest essay by Rud Istvan The climate consensus has two levels of derogation for those who disagree. Climate ‘contrarians’ like Bjørn Lomborg disagree about mitigation policies. Climate ‘deniers’ like Judith Curry disagree about the underlying climatology. The consensus does not want disagreement, since the ‘science is settled’. They decline to engage…

Le Chatelier And Climate Change (Now Includes March Data)

Guest Post by Werner Brozek, Edited by Just The Facts: Lubos Motl has an excellent article entitled: “Le Chatelier’s principle and nature’s adaptation” If this topic interests you, I would highly recommend that you read it. “Le Châtelier’s principle can be stated as: When a system at equilibrium is subjected to change in concentration, temperature, volume, or pressure,…

Take Denialism 101

John Cook, of Skeptical Science fame, has created an online course through the University of Queensland and edX, on denialism and climate change. Easy to access and free to take, I found it simple to join from their facebook page, and if you don’t want to join you can still see the lectures from their…

Kimberley Strassel Blames Baltimore's Troubles On Teachers Unions

Kimberley Strassel writes a weekly column for the Wall Street Journal, so naturally she subscribes to all the Conservative talking points lies. She denies the SCIENCE of man-made climate change and she's A-OK with Governor Walker cutting...Show More Summary

Climate: Only One Day to Go!

(Steven Hayward) From The Guardian, May 4, 2007: UN Scientists Warn Time Is Running Out to Tackle Global Warming Governments are running out of time to address climate change and to avoid the worst effects of rising temperatures, an influential UN panel warned yesterday. Show More Summary

Al Gore: “I Could Become Catholic Because of This Pope” (Video)

Guest post by Patch Adams (Image Megan Kelly) While giving a speech as apart of the Dean’s Speaker Series at the University of California Berkeley, former Vice President, and now Climate Charlatan, Al Gore said that because of Pope Francis’s … Continue reading ?

Why Are We In Such A Rush To Declare The Anthropocene A Reality?

11 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“he Anthropocene is a neologism that attempts to pin down a lot of free-floating anxiety about climate change and the myriad ways that Homo sapiens are making over the planet in our own image. It styles humans as a geological force, as powerful as any ‘natural’ one.”

U.S. Braces for Even Worse Wildfire Season

11 hours agoNews : Truthdig

By Kieran Cooke, Climate News Network Years of drought and higher temperatures mean the chance of devastating wildfires in the southwest U.S. is higher than ever—particularly in southern California.

Ancient Global Cooling Could Explain Tibet Mystery

Civilization at the edge of the Tibetan Plateau fell apart—or at least changed very suddenly—4,000 years ago, and now, researchers believe they can explain why. In fact, it has to do with climate change, though not the way we currently think of it, Science 2.0 notes....

Gov. Brown strikes a blow for climate science

To the editor: The reverberating power of one single state finally doing the right thing to address the most critical and urgent threat to humanity cannot be underestimated. Gov. Jerry Brown has thrown down the gauntlet, challenging other politicians of conscience to follow. Even Pope Francis will...

At least Dr. Ben Santer didn’t threaten to ‘beat the crap out of [me]’

People send me stuff. In this case it is a video by Dr. Ben Santer from the execrable online course on ‘climate denial’ aka Denial101x taught by cartoonist turned climate activist John Cook. I have made it a point to ignore John Cook’s state-sponsored hatefest on this website, but this was just too good to…

The Deported

Last week, a caller to the great progressive host David Pakman's program came up with a modest proposal: use xenophobia to bridge the partisan gap on climate change. The caller...

Do Not Fuck With This Beetle

There are more than 500 distinct species of bombardier beetle worldwide—40 in the United States alone—and they can be found on every continent in nearly every sort of climate, save for Antarctica. The prevalence shouldn't be surprising,...Show More Summary

GOP Attacks Earth Science At NASA, Climate Change Research In Peril

The GOP made an attack on NASA’s climate change research on Thursday, voting for a $300 to $500 million cut to the agency’s Earth science research. The proposal has Democrats up in arms, but the proposal does attempt to protect some parts of the NASA budget from the White House. Show More Summary

Payrolls to test second quarter climate for Fed

By Mike Peacock LONDON (Reuters) - Always top of the data pile, this week will be no exception for the U.S. jobs report with a first interest rate rise likely this year despite a dramatic slowdown in the first quarter. After a harsh winter brought U.S. Show More Summary

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