DESPITE concerns about global warming and a large increase in the number of reported storms and droughts, the world’s death rate from extreme weather events was lower from 2000 to 2010 than it has been in any decade since 1900, according to a new … [Read more...] about Extreme Weather Events are Killing Fewer People
I can't agree with Vincent Gray that the only true climate science is meteorology, but I can agree that meteorology as a climate science is in its infancy. There is much we don't understand about convection, evaporation and precipitation. And … [Read more...] about Insightful Ramblings on “The Greenhouse Effect” from Vincent Gray
"24 Hours of Reality" will broadcast a presentation by Al Gore every hour for 24 hours across 24 different time zones from Wednesday to Thursday, with the aim of convincing climate change sceptics and driving action against global warming among … [Read more...] about More Propaganda from Al Gore?
IN an address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1900, Lord William Thomson Kelvin said, “There is nothing new to discover in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurements.” Then along came Albert … [Read more...] about The Other Climate Theory
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If cloud formation is impacted by cosmic ray flux, as suggested by new research from CERN, then this further complicates our understanding of drivers of global temperature: GENEVA, 25 August 2011. In a paper published in the journal Nature today, … [Read more...] about New insight into cloud formation