Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Warming" (33)  

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Some specialists are calling for an overhaul of the UN global warming process, which yielded only modest progress in Copenhagen.

Link: www.csmonitor.com/(…)Kyoto-to-Copenhagen-Why-UN-s-g…

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Mother Nature does provide ample means for climate change without the help of man. Minor changes in the Earth’s orbit and tilt are thought to be the most significant causal factors for the Ice Ages, and the sun itself has varied in intensity, causing warming or cooling. So what is the truth about global warming? Is it manmade or is it natural?

Link: greenlifestylemagazine.net/(…)global-warming-myth-o…

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Lake Tahoe and five other large lakes in Northern California and Nevada are warming faster than the surrounding atmosphere, suggesting climate change may affect aquatic environments faster and sooner. The findings are reported in a new study led by researchers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Link: www.sacbee.com/378/story/2422319.html

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A new proposal to curb global warming could jumpstart stalled Senate greenhouse gas discussions and put an average of $1,100 a year back into the pockets of American consumers.

Link: money.cnn.com/(…)index.htm…

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In a recently revised and re-published paper, Dr Gerlich debunks AGW and shows that the IPCC “consensus” atmospheric physics model tying CO2 to global warming is not only unverifiable, but actually violates basic laws of physics, i.e. the First and Second Law of Thermodynamics.

Link: www.climategate.com/german-physicists-trash-glob…

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Extra generations of insects are turning up as temperatures increase. As if we needed another reason to hate global warming.

Link: news.discovery.com/(…)insect-breeding-global-warmin…

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New U.S. scientific findings suggest that climate change may be affecting aquatic environments faster and sooner than the atmosphere.

Link: www.upi.com/(…)UPI-92241261944714…

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Using emissions data from 2004 and 2006, they determined that commercial aircraft emissions were responsible for eight percent of total surface warming since records began in 1850. The situation in the Arctic is more extreme. Research showed that between 15 to 20 percent of warming in this region was caused by commercial aircraft.

Link: www.treehugger.com/(…)aircraft-vapor-trails-respons…

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Here, as the year draws to a close, is a list of the top 9 environmental stories in 2009 that had absolutely nothing to do with climate change.

Link: www.mnn.com/(…)the-top-9-eco-stories-of-2009-that-h…

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A sudden influx of Greenland meltwater could rapidly cool down North America, a new study of ancient Canadian moss suggests.

Link: news.nationalgeographic.com/(…)090914-north-america…

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Climate change is turning up the heat on some of the U.S.'s already threatened species, including ten highlighted by a new Endangered Species Coalition report.

Link: news.nationalgeographic.com/(…)index.html…

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Global warming is caused by radiation from the sun, according to a leading  scientist speaking out at an alternative skeptics conference in Copenhagen.

Link: www.telegraph.co.uk/(…)Global-warming-caused-by-sun…

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NPR ran a piece on Dec. 7 about the apparent paradox that as "scientists" become more convinced that climate change is real, man-made, and catastrophic, the global public is shrugging its shoulders.

Link: reason.com/(…)publics-absolute-lack-of-inter…

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The decade of the 2000s is very likely the warmest decade in the modern record, a global meteorological agency said.

Link: www.nytimes.com/(…)09climate.html…

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A massive fleet of private limos, planes, cars, and boats arrive in Copenhagen to teach us all about the dangers of over-consumption.  Don't worry, there's 5 hybrids too!

Link: therobalution.com/(…)fleet-of-gas-guzzlers-descends…

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Antiscience | I think a followup on my earlier post on the climatologists' emails is called for.The comments in that post have been interesting. Most of them -- and there are

Link: blogs.discovermagazine.com/(…)global-warming-emails…

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As we now know (and by "we" I mean "everyone with access to the Internet"), the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit (CRU) has just been caught ferociously manipulating the data about the Earth's temperature.

Link: www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=34656

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A detailed analysis of the potential economic impacts of rapid global warming, put together by insurance-industry experts and underwritten by the World Wildlife Fund and insurance giant Allianz, found that China stands to suffer a whopping $9 trillion in economic damage by 2050.

Link: www.dailyfinance.com/(…)chinas-9-trillion-global-wa…

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Climate change is likely to increase the number of civil wars raging in Africa, according to Stanford researchers. Historical records show that in warmer-than-average years, the number of conflicts rises. By 2030 Africa could see a greater than 50 percent increase in civil wars, which could mean an additional 390,000 deaths just from fighting alone

Link: news.stanford.edu/(…)climate-civil-wars-112309.html…

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In a provocative new study, a University of Utah scientist argues that rising carbon dioxide emissions -- the major cause of global warming -- cannot be stabilized unless the world's economy collapses or society builds the equivalent of one new nuclear power plant each day.

Link: www.eurekalert.org/(…)uou-igw112009.php…

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Emails and documents posted on the Internet after being hacked from a climate-change research center may raise ethical questions about a group of scientists who contend that humans are responsible for global warming.

Link: online.wsj.com/article/SB125883405294859215.html

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An international team of experts have mapped a huge, incredibly old location, mentioned in the notes of a Russian explorer from half a century ago, buried under hundreds of meters of ice. In an amazing break with tradition this process...

Link: www.dailygalaxy.com/(…)buried-antarctica-alps-point…

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