Yes, not a recent newspaper article, but the page 2 headline in the Nov. 2, 1922 edition of The Washington Post, discovered by John Lockwood at the Library of Congress in Washington DC - a reminder that the 1920's and 1930's were warm. In fact, 1934 … [Read more...] about “Arctic Ocean Getting Warm; Seals Vanish and Icebergs Melt.” A note from Woody.
Archives for August 16, 2007
Parliamentary legislatures around the world, diverse though they are, generally all share a committee system of review. The review process usually consists of either ad hoc or standing committees that are convened to discuss particular issues or … [Read more...] about Parliaments Review the Evidence on Global Warming: A Note from Bob Carter
A new report The Nature of Northern Australia** advocates responsible conservation and development of one of the world’s great ecological treasures – the northern Australian tropical savanna. This vast area represents some 25% of the world’s … [Read more...] about New Future for the Last Great Savanna: A Note from Luke Walker
Thanks to Luke for alerting us to this new research. Following hot on the heels of recent climate revelations, such as the warming aerosols of Asian Brown Clouds, Climate Shifts, 1934 replacing 1998 as the warmest recorded year in the USA, and the … [Read more...] about Giant ocean current discovered around Australia and Tasmania
The response by our society to mining on one hand and logging on the other in the jarrah forests of Western Australia could not be more in contrast. Alcoa’s bauxite mining is met with silence, but to oppose logging of virtually any sort (even of … [Read more...] about Different Emotional Responses to Mining and Logging in Jarrah Forests: A Note from Boxer
On Monday Benny Peiser quoted from the teachings of Marcus Aurelius: "The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." Benny Peiser publishes CCNet, an e-newsletter with links to … [Read more...] about Scientific Hypothesis as Ideological Dogma: And More from Benny Peiser