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These items caught my eye – 24 December 2014

Grumpy wishes you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 1: Interesting Post at RealClimate about Modeled Absolute Global Surface Temperatures; 2: UK: Seniors and Many Families with Children are Too Poor to Heat Their Homes Thanks to Skyrocketing Energy Bills; 3: Ed Hoskins: Temperature reduction outcomes from de-carbonisation; 4: Ocean pH … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 19 November 2013

1: How Rare was the November Midwest Tornado Outbreak?; 2: Polar bear problems in N Hudson Bay not due to late freeze-up; 3: Why do sceptics put up with cyber bullying?; 4:On Cowtan and Way (2013) “Coverage bias in the HadCRUT4 temperature series and its impact on recent temperature trends”; 5: Beddington’s “Extreme Weather” Is … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 17 November 2013

1: Human-polar bear conflicts: Stirling 1974 vs. Amstrup 2013; 2: COP19 – Now The Fifth Successive UNFCCC Failure Is Complete; 3: Three Super Typhoons Hit Philippines In Quick Succession In 1970; 4:Code Blue in the Greenhouse; 5: From sunset to new dawn; 6: Internal Variability May Have Driven Arctic Climate Change; 7: Sea level rise … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 29 October 2013

1: Solar Activity Drives Climate Change; 2: The Austrian Way: The matter of high energy prices; 3: Do the Math – Count the cash; 4:Big Wind’s Dirty Little Secret: Toxic Lakes and Radioactive Waste; 5: Reality Check: Germany’s Defective Green Energy Game Plan; 6: When Governments Cite Greenpeace; 7: IPCC Adjusts Model-Predicted Near-Term Warming Downwards; … Continue reading

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An open letter to Nick Grealy (NoHotAir)

Nick Grealy runs a very informative website where he lays out the case for the exploitation of shale gas. The URL is http://www.nohotair.co.uk/ The website has recently been updated and I recommend a visit for any of you who would like some in-depth information on what the MSM like to call ‘unconventional’ or ‘controversial’ shale … Continue reading

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