Monthly Archives: February 2010

Light synthetic crude oil…..from coal

The usual candidates for renewable energy like wind and solar are facing stiff competition from cheap natural gas and then along comes this: ARLINGTON – How would you like to buy gasoline made from $30 domestic coal versus $75 imported … Continue reading

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Climate change 101

http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=8865909&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=&fullscreen=1 Catastrophe Denied: The Science of the Skeptics Position (studio version) from Warren Meyer on Vimeo.

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Caught on the wrong side of history

This list is by Donna Laframboise. Let’s look at those who are now tainted by their support for the outrageously flawed 2007 IPCC climate report: The United Nations, the wicked stepmother of this sad story. The IPCC is a United … Continue reading

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CO2 and tree growth

Even a small increase in atmospheric CO2 seems to prompt amazing growth in some tree varieties. The rising level of atmospheric carbon dioxide may be fueling more than climate change. It could also be making some trees grow like crazy. … Continue reading

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CO2 and a Garden of Eden

It is wrong to believe that CO2-induced global warming will result in a temperature increase for all regions of the globe. The absence of desert conditions during greenhouse ages (a fact provided by the geological record that is poorly known … Continue reading

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