A new study by a team of scientists specializing in zoology and animal health reported, "analyses found no evidence to support the hypothesis that climate change has been driving outbreaks of amphibian chytridiomycosis." The study was published in … [Read more...] about Amphibian Chytridiomycosis “Not Driven by Climate Change”
Archives for June 20, 2008
The current global food “crisis” is not so much a consequence of natural resource constraints as it is a consequence of poor food policy decisions by government. That’s the headline in an article by Mick Keogh, Executive Director of the Australian … [Read more...] about Food Crisis Consequence of Bad Government Policy
Oh! the joy of living under the Soviet EU and policies driven by global warming alarmism: The unexpected shutdown of two power stations on Tuesday, May 29, led to the worst disruption to the UK’s power network in more than 20 years, prompting new … [Read more...] about EU Rule Put Half a Million Homes in the Dark
Science Journal: A Greener Greenland: Natural Variability of Greenland Climate, Vegetation, and Ice Volume During the Past Million Years Anne de Vernal* and Claude Hillaire-Marcel The response of the Greenland ice sheet to global warming is a … [Read more...] about Climate Science Round Up from This Week’s Science and Nature Journals
Leseur’s Frogs (Litoria lesueuri) emerge after dark from their diurnal concealment amongst leaf-litter on the dark-brown forest floor, where they elude the predatory appetites of a formidable avian oversight. Like all members of the genus, … [Read more...] about Leseur’s Frog
CBS News have published an Associated Press (AP) story entitled: 'Today's Quakes Deadlier Than In Past,' Study: Seismic Activity 5 Times More Energetic Than 20 Years Ago Because Of Global Warming: (AP) New research compiled by Australian scientist … [Read more...] about AP Duped by Spoof Global Warming Study?