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Climate Scientist Josh Willis Shows You How to Deal With Your Climate Change Denying Uncle

By Dave Burton – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

Josh Willis, of NASA JPL, has a new video out entitled, “Straw Men of the Apocalypse – How to deal with your climate change denying uncle.” 2.065 palabras más

CAGW Alarmism

One-on-one Gameplay

The next game that I played was December 17, 2016. Although I had invited close to 20 people, only one arrived (highly discouraging). This guy was the same one I had surrendered in the last blog. 213 palabras más

Airsoft

How Global Warming Saved the Planet

Fifteen years after co-founding Greenpeace, Dr. Patrick Moore left the group to establish a more sensible, science-based approach to environmentalism. Dr. Moore joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the impact of increased CO2 in the atmosphere, the myth of ocean acidification, manipulating earth temperature data sets, environmentalist anti-humanism, verbal abuse from the left, genetically modified organism (GMOs) and how “Global Warming” saved the planet! 26 palabras más

Climate Change

Appalachian State U makes pitch for carbon indulgences ... er ... offsets

Appalachian State University’s Office of Sustainability has a way to relieve students of their guilt for existing. According to the university’s newsletter, The Appalachian, for $8 contribution to the Carbon Neutral Commuter program the money will be given to Sterling Planet, a commercial offset and green energy credit company. 185 palabras más

Science

Examining the Carbon Dioxide Cycle

Guest essay by Ronald R. Cooke

Introduction

In high school and college I did reasonably well in the physical sciences: chemistry, physics and geology. From these studies one can learn that carbon (C) is an element, is widely available throughout our universe, is chemically active (which means many inorganic and organic compounds include carbon), is present in the atmosphere as carbon dioxide, is present in all natural fresh and ocean water, is a component of rocks (such as limestone), is a primary element of buried organic materials (including hydrocarbon deposits of oil, coal and natural gas), and is a very important element of the human body (about 18.5% of the elements in our body by mass). 1.367 palabras más

Carbon Dioxide

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Opinion: Hyperloop - the transport revolution of our time

By Anders Lorenzen

We have started making good headway on the long road of decarbonising our economies, though there is obviously still a long way to go. 633 palabras más

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