"THE oceans take out our anthropogenic carbon dioxide gas by quickly dissolving it as bicarbonate HCO3-, which in turn forms solid calcium carbonate either organically in calcareous organisms or precipitates inorganically. The CaCO3 is precipitating … [Read more...] about Carbon Dioxide Rapidly Absorbed by Water: Tom Segalstad
It was hailed as proof that the world has warmed, the preliminary findings released with much fanfare just a week ago from a new and more accurate method of computing changes in world temperatures. At least that was the claim made at the time by the … [Read more...] about No Global Warming for 13 Years
IF the saying ‘it takes one to know one’ has any truth then the extraordinary attack by Cardinal George Pell on the science of anthropogenic global warming in a recent lecture given in Westminster Cathedral Hall, London, has special significance. … [Read more...] about Cardinal Attacks Primitive Climate Change Religion
ON October 31, 2011 the world’s population will top seven billion. That’s according to expert opinion and a recent article in Nature. Writing in 1798, when there were less than one billion people on planet earth, Thomas Malthus suggested that … [Read more...] about Reflections on the ‘Malthusian Catastrophe’ as the World Approaches 7 Billion
"Global warming is real, according to a major study released today. Despite issues raised by climate change skeptics, the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature study finds reliable evidence of a rise in the average world land temperature of … [Read more...] about Earth Warming According to New Berkeley Analysis
NICK Heath is worried about the future of the Great Barrier Reef. He has a Bachelor of Commerce and after ten years in business and consulting, moved into political and policy advice for government. He’s now the national program leader for water at … [Read more...] about Which Pesticides Should be Banned?