Monthly Archives: October 2011

An Alarmist View On Water

Water should fall in the exact spot, in the exact amount, every time.  This is reasonable considering the variability of our weather and percentage of land inland bodies of water occupy.  There is no way that we should have lower … Continue reading

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An Alarmist Version of Efficiency

Today, we are told that we don’t need more electricity and fuel, but rather we need to become more efficient with the electricity and fuel that we already have.  Most everyone I know tends to agree with the necessity of … Continue reading

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Huff Po continues with fallacious characterizations and misleading statements.

Perusing the news this morning, I came across a fallacy laden piece in Huff-n-Puff  about the BEST project.  You can read it here.  It was wrote by an uninformed person by the name of Kelly Rigg.  I’d encourage you to … Continue reading

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Is that the BEST they can do?

Well, the BEST project is out of the gates and running strong!  They’ve already exposed themselves as being unscientific, but now they’re going for full stupid. Apparently, they’ve got this video showing the earth’s historical temp coverage and the anomaly … Continue reading

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The Funniest Radio Program Ever

So, I’m on my way home from work.  Lately, just to hear what they’re up to, I’ve been tuning in to a NPR station.  They had some news bit about how U.S. industry can bring back jobs from China, specifically, … Continue reading

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Galveston, Perry, Sea Level, Science and Politics

As the church lady would say, well, isn’t that convenient.  Apparently, there’s a Texas sized dustup about all of the above in my title. Some whine bag is crying because his fluff science got edited out of a report.  The … Continue reading

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Finalizing step one on the sea level

This post may update as more information becomes evident. Well, I’ve got all the data on a spread sheet from PSMSL tidal gauges.  To review, I’ve used only stations that didn’t have more than one year missing from the annual … Continue reading

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It’s all over except for the shouting….. and more on sea level

Well, maybe we’ll be able to offer either confirmation or a different perspective, but Professor Nils-Axel Morner is making some real noise about the sea-levels.  Dr. Morner actually provided me with the motivation to do the tidal gauge probe.  In … Continue reading

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It really took them too long to figure this out.

It seems one of the bedwetters finally took the time to see past their nose and discover what skeptics have known and stated for several years now.  It turns out, electric cars, by virtue of being powered mostly by ‘fossil’ … Continue reading

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A very special thanks to the commentators on this blog.

I’ve been wanting to write this for some time now.  But, now it seems more appropriate than ever. As everyone who reads this blog knows, this is more than just a CAGW skeptical blog.  This blogs also covers social, political, … Continue reading

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