Archive | July, 2012

New study shows half of the global warming in the USA is artificial

PRESS RELEASE – U.S. Temperature trends show a spurious doubling due to NOAA station siting problems and post measurement adjustments. Chico, CA July 29th, 2012 – 12 PM PDT – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE By Anthony Watts A comparison and summary of trends is shown from the paper. Acceptably placed thermometers away from common urban influences […]

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Stephen H. Schneider, climate change expert, dies at 65

By T. Rees Shapiro Stephen H. Schneider, 65, an influential Stanford University climatologist who parlayed his expertise on the dangerous effects of greenhouse-gas emissions into a second career as a leader in the public dialogue — and debate — on climate change, died July 19 in London. His wife, Stanford biologist Terry Root, wrote in […]

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Answer to speedy tree growth lies in air pollution, Auburn University study shows

 By Johnathan Serrie AUBURN, AL – As the scientific community worries about greenhouse gas emissions contributing to global warming, a new Auburn University study suggests the Southeastern U.S. absorbs more carbon than it produces. And, at least in the short term, air pollution may actually be helping to speed the growth of young, carbon-absorbing forests in […]

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Harry Reid’s Pet Green Project Goes Solyndra on Him

By Townhall.com staff. Blogger, Townhall.com Another federally subsidized green project bites the dust. The Amonix solar facility in Las Vegas, according to former employees, has been out of operation since May of this year. The solar facility was backed by $21.5 million in federal grants and tax breaks. Naturally, Harry Reid was an early and vocal supporter […]

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