A new paper was published in Nature on 13th September, with Jan Veizer as a co-author, entitled 'Coupling of surface temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations during the Palaeozoic era.' The abstract says: Atmospheric carbon dioxide … [Read more...] about New Nature paper: Jan Veizer Contradicts His Own Results?
Archives for September 16, 2007
Yes, I've returned from Spain where 2007 was Madrid's coolest summer since 1997, ranking 37th in the hottest summers since records began 115 years ago, despite predictions that 2007 would be one of the hottest ever. No jelly fish invasion on the … [Read more...] about Spanish Summer Belies Climate Change, a New Sceptic, and a 3C Prediction
Searched for by mariners since the 15th century, the legendary Northwest Passage across the Arctic Ocean appears to have opened up again, according to satellite pictures from the European Space Agency. Satellite measurements of Arctic sea ice began … [Read more...] about Legendary Arctic Northwest Passage Opens Up
Dear Colleagues, Following is a chart showing the definite physical relationship between atmospheric carbon dioxide and sea surface temperatures. It can be regarded as the experience curve of reality. I used CO2 data from Mauna Loa as it is at a … [Read more...] about Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels Follow Sea Surface Temperature: A Note from Lance Endersbee
According to Paul Watson from anti-whaling NGO Sea Shepherd, traditional Makah whalers had no plans to resume whaling. Then Watson's mate Wayne Johnson went out one Saturday morning and killed a gray whale: According to Lynda V. Mapes reporting for … [Read more...] about How Long Does it Take to Kill a Whale and Sink a Ship? An Update from Ann Novek
Surely the bans on genetically modified (GM) food crops in most Australian states will be lifted soon? But the mainstream media keep printing these letter from people like Gill Rosier perpetuating misinformation - in particular the myth that … [Read more...] about Australia Not GM Free: A Note from David Tribe