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The enterprise and cloud: Changing the face of IT as we know it | #know15

Mike Zill, SVP of Global Shared Services for Becton, Dickinson and Company, believes that enterprise is warming up to the cloud and that IT as we know it will vanish in the next decade. Although historically slow to adapt, companies … Continue reading ?

As Filled Negro Seeks To "Capture The Moment Of The Violent Social Justice Rallies In Baltimore Maryland", In Line With His National "White Racism Chasing", His Nation Of Ancestry Jamaica Falls To The Second Poorest Nation In The Caribbean

Table Cell THE REAL COST OF FILLED NEGRO'S "NON-WHITE WHITE SUPREMACY"/ RACISM CHASING IS BEST SEEN WITH A GLOBAL VIEW OF THE BLACK DIASPORA - JUST LIKE WITH GLOBAL WARMING The Jamaicans Blog 3Jamaica Ef ah different white mon a come to d'Haiti and school dem to speak the queens English Wi would nah be Numba two poorest Inna de yard

Inquiry Launched Into Global Temperature Data Integrity

The International Temperature Data Review Project London, 26 April 2015 – The London-based think-tank the Global Warming Policy Foundation is today launching a major inquiry into the integrity of the official global surface temperature records. Show More Summary

Global Warming More Moderate Than Worst-Case Models

(Steven Hayward) That’s the headline from a press release earlier this week from Duke University’s highly regarded Nicholas School of the Environment. Here’s the lede: DURHAM, N.C. – A new study based on 1,000 years of temperature records...Show More Summary

I am a climate skeptic who believes in global warming

Guest essay by Richard J. Petschauer A skeptic that believes in global warming? How can that be? We have been told that climate skeptics, sometime incorrectly called “deniers”, still believe the earth is flat and disagree with 97% of scientists. Well, first of all, most of us have seen a globe and know what it…

Heat still on despite global warming pause

The recent slowdown in the rise of the global average air temperatures will make no difference to how much the planet will warm by 2100, a new study in Nature Climate Change says. The work compared climate models that capture the current slowdown in warming to those that do not. Show More Summary

Heartland Institute Heads to Rome to Advise Pope Francis on Climate Policy

World’s Leading Scientific ‘Skeptics’ of Man-Caused Global Warming Invite Public and Press to Open Events April 27 and 28 Just Outside the Vatican The Heartland Institute is sending a team of climate scientists to Rome next week to inform Pope Francis of the truth about climate science: There is no global warming crisis! Monday, April…

America’s preeminent climate deniers are sending “real scientists” to the Vatican to teach the Pope about global warming

The Koch-backed Heartland Institute will enlighten Pope Francis about our "Biblical duty" to destroy the planet

Strong Arctic Leadership Can Make a Difference at the Top of the World

Caption: Credit: Kathryn Hansen / NASA. The Arctic is warming at twice the global average. When Secretary of State John Kerry took the Arctic Council chair on Thursday from Canada, the United States began an exciting opportunity to lead...Show More Summary

Duke Researcher Denounces Rush Limbaugh's "Ridiculous" Distortion Of His Global Warming Study

Rush Limbaugh grossly distorted a new study from Duke University, claiming it shows that "there isn't any [global] warming going on." But one of its authors noted that the study actually confirms humans' role in driving global warming...Show More Summary

GLOBAL BANKING GIANT SEES WORLD HEATING UP

HSBC Notes Global Warming Trends In Quantitative Fashion; On a quantitative basis, temperatures are warming, global warming damage is getting more expensive, HSBC report observes Mark Melin, April 23, 2015 (Value Walk) “…Reviewing the...Show More Summary

Obama leans on farmers to aid in the fight against climate change

When we think about climate change and sources of pollution, fossil fuels and dirty industries are the culprits that usually dominate the conversation. Agriculture, though, contributes substantially to global warming as well. The Obama Administration to

Global Warming Hitting Highest Peaks Harder Than Expected

After one of the mildest winters on record, it may come as no surprise to hear that the world’s highest mountains may be warming much faster than than the global average — and faster than

Comparing models and empirical estimates of noise in the climate system

There is a new paper out, Comparing the model-simulated global warming signal to observations using empirical estimates of unforced noise, by Patrick T. Brown, Wenhong Li, Eugene C. Cordero & Steven A. Mauget. It is potentially important for two reasons. One is because of what it says about how to interpret the available data on…

After diplomatic blitz, EU sees progress by June towards U.N. climate deal

OSLO (Reuters) - The European Union expects that countries emitting more than half of world greenhouse gases will publish plans for fighting global warming by mid-year to help build a U.N. deal due in December, according to an EU document obtained by Reuters.

Threatened Caribbean coral is able to mitigate the adverse effects of ocean acidification on calcification by increasing feeding rate

Global climate change threatens coral growth and reef ecosystem health via ocean warming and ocean acidification (OA). Whereas the negative impacts of these stressors are increasingly well-documented, studies identifying pathways to resilience are still poorly understood. Show More Summary

Wisconsin’s Global Warming Gag Order Won’t Make the Problem Go Away

The Board of Commissioners of Public Lands in Wisconsin is the state’s oldest agency and it’s charged with protecting thousands of acres of forest in the northern part of the state, including controlling the state’s sustainable timber industry, protecting natural areas, and combatting forest fragmentation through development. Show More Summary

Hiatus in global average temperatures has little effect on projected temperatures in 2100

The recent slowdown in the rise of global average air temperatures will make no difference to how much the planet will warm by 2100, a new study has found.

Another thing more worrisome than global warming: Yellowstone super-volcano has 4x more magma than once thought

From the University of Utah and the “game over if it blows” department: In a big eruption, Yellowstone would eject 1,000 times as much material as the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption. This would be a disaster felt on a global scale, which is why scientists are looking at this thing closely. Scientists see deeper…

The Insiders: The left applauds Obama on global warming, ignores policy train wrecks

This week I wrote a mostly thoughtful piece about how President Obama is dithering with global warming while informed, credible and distinguished diplomats and academics are sounding the alarm on how America’s peace and prosperity are at risk as a result of his failed policies. The piece drew a shot from Jonathan Chait, who writes […]

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