Monthly Archives: August 2008

Tide has turned in global warming debate

Global Warming Skeptics Prominently Featured At International Scientific Meeting The scene described below would seem unthinkable even weeks ago. [A] scientist stood up to a key question about the recent global cooling trend. "We know temperature goes up and down, … Continue reading

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Oil shale experiment works

After a year of heating oil shale with underground electric cables high quality oil began to flow. RIFLE, Colo. — The ramshackle collection of wellheads and electric cables hidden in a pine-covered draw west of Rifle doesn’t look like much … Continue reading

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Grise Fiord

Grise Fiord is Canada’s most northerly community and it is living up to the meaning of it’s Inuit name as "the place that never thaws". Obviously this community hasn’t heard of the dire warnings of an ice free arctic ocean. … Continue reading

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A story of deceit

There has been the most extraordinary series of postings at Climate Audit over the last week. As is usual at CA, there is a heavy mathematics burden for the casual reader, which, with a bit of research I think I … Continue reading

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Truth from government

Misleading the people is a government gambit that that will come back to haunt the government that goes that route. To gain support for it’s carbon policies the B.C. government is running a TV ad that shows three dramatic images. … Continue reading

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