If you had to stretch reality into an unrecognizable shape in order to maintain a stance, why would you do it?
The movement of global warming denial has left me pondering that question. Two recent episodes in particular have brought that question to the forefront of my mind.
The first is the decision by the [...]
The latest data on sea ice extent in the Arctic Ocean includes information up through October 27, 2009:
Source: National Snow and Ice Data Center
The National Snow and Ice Data Center’s standard for measuring a notable deviation from the 1979-2000 sea ice average is two standard deviations, which is a reasonably strong standard, [...]
Don’t fear the data.
The latest data on sea ice extent — updated on Thursday October 29, 2009 to reflect the most recently available data, up through Tuesday October 27, 2009 — in the arctic from the National Snow and Ice Data Center:
This updated data shows that as of October 27 2009, there’s [...]
Climate change is happening, and the animals have been adapting to it for some time now. Isn’t it time that human beings joined them? [...]
Here’s how you get to say “the globe is cooling, not warming!”
NASA Goddard Chart for Global Temperature Anomaly
(Source data: here)
Then clip here:
et voila! Global Cooling!
Last month, state weather did not predict national climate which did not predict global climate. [...]
Boy, that last winter was cold. Cold, cold, cold, huh? I mean, it was so cold it just blasted a hole in that whole global warming theory, didn’t it?
Never mind that one year does not make a trend. This past winter, like all winters for nearly two decades, was warmer than average.
Honey bees swarm on my compost pile, on the broccoli flowers opening there – apparently some of the only flowers they could find. [...]
Global warming. Global warming. Global warming.
There. I said it, and it needs to be said. Web sites like Right Side News continue to make the claim that the Earth is undergoing global cooling:
“The year 2008 marked the tenth consecutive year of no global warming. This is not widely reported or known. In fact [...]
Am I just too jaded? Is it just me? Or is it kooky weird that Greenpeace is holding a demonstration here in Columbus, Ohio tomorrow at which hundreds of people will hold big cards up above their heads to form a big picture? I know, that in itself doesn’t sound too weird, but wait, see, [...]
Actions are planned in 93 nations around the world on December 6, 2008 to bring attention to the problem of global climate change. Taking the adage, “think globally, act locally” to heart, marches in each nation will focus on local environmental issues, seeking to bring about changes in policy that taken together may help to [...]