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Russian Scientist: 4% More Antarctic Sea Ice – Ozone Hole Cooling Antarctica

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe April 21, 2010 German edition of the Russian news website RIA Novosti has a piece with a possible explanantion as to why Antarctic sea ice is expanding while the rest of the globe is warming. A Russian scientist believes it is due to the ozone hole over the South Pole. According to Alexander […]

Has Stalin Moved To The MSM?

Share this…FacebookTwitterHave you ever read something about yourself in the newspaper and thought: “Man, they got it wrong”? Yesterday I summed up in English and posted a German-language piece put out directly by RIA Novosti (see post from yesterday)  Then a few hours later WUWT posted an English version of the same story released by the […]

Russian Scientist: Expect Cooling – Pols Sitting On The Wrong Horse

Share this…FacebookTwitter In the German edition of Ria Novosti, Russian scientist Oleg Pokrovsky of the Main Geophysical Observatory says the world should expect cooling – and not warming – and that this will interfere with Russia’s plans to exploit the Arctic’s rich resources. The climate has been cooling since 1998. At a climate research conference […]

We're To Blame

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new potentially dangerous fungus seems to have appeared in the Northwest US and British Columbia, this according to Reuters. ‘This novel fungus is worrisome because it appears to be a threat to otherwise healthy people,’ said Edmond Byrnes of Duke University in North Carolina, who led the study. When I was reading […]

Actually Thoughtful – Would Be Nice

Share this…FacebookTwitterThis is in response to some good questions/points by reader Actually Thoughtful in my previous post. Indeed environmental restrictions have made a contribution in cleaning up the environment. But technology, awareness and the overall continued path of progress have also made major contributions. And keep in mind that placing stifling regulation on industries at home […]

Earth Day – The Broken Record That Never Stops

Share this…FacebookTwitterI noticed Google today had a graphic up, as it often does, that you can click on. What’s the occasion today? Oh! It’s Earth Day! Earth Day was started by Gaylord Nelson, the Democratic senator from Wisconsin. It was the single largest national demonstration in American history. 20 million Americans participated in the first […]

M4GW Capitulates – Free Speech Takes A Body Blow!

Share this…FacebookTwitterHaving received a request to cease and desist airing the famous self-made “Hide the Decline” G-rated YouTube political satire video, the Minnesotans For Global Warming have grown weak-kneed and decided to take down the video, which had been viewed more than half a million times on YouTube and was even featured on the Rush […]

Trenberth’s Hidden Heat

Share this…FacebookTwitterAt the German Readers Edition, Rudolf Kipp has a short write-up poking fun at Kevin Trenberth’s missing heat. I’d like to build further on that. Kevin Trenberth is a devout believer in AGW. Unfortunately measurements haven’t been cooperating and they show the world hasn’t warmed up at all over the last years. Frustrated, Trenberth […]

Ivar Giaever – On Winning The Big Prize

Share this…FacebookTwitterLast week I featured Nobel Prize winner Kary Mullis: Though not as eccentric as Mullis, Norwegian mechanical engineer Ivar Giaever describes how he won the Nobel Prize in physics. In the following video link, he tells what he feels is important to win a Nobel Prize. His tips: 1. Give talks, don’t be […]

Simulation of Playing a Real Online Casino

Share this…FacebookTwitterMany people around the world play at online casinos, and thats fine if its your only source of gambling. However, online casinos situs bola are nowhere near as close to the real thing when it comes to simulation. Take Craps for example. The casino determines what number rolls by using a random number generator. […]

Iceland volcano brings chaos to Europe

Share this…FacebookTwitterNot only is flying ash over Europe causing air traffic disruptions, about 800 people have been forced to evacuate their homes around the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in southern Iceland because the flooding cut roads. A huge cloud of ash from the 2nd major eruption in less than a month blew eastwards and closed major airports […]

German Poll Shows Doubt

Share this…FacebookTwitterA survey on climate science views conducted at Hans von Storch’s blogsite klimazwiebel has yielded some interesting results. Though the survey sampled only a small group of persons and not conducted scientifically, the klimazwiebel claims to be: “the only site which is almost equally well attended by skeptics and warmists, etc. Another factor that may […]

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