In Tales of a Warming Planet in today’s review section of the Sunday NYTimes, Curt Stager makes some central points about climate change well-known and accepted by climate scientists, but still new to most people: Let me cite just three, in byte-sized form: 1) Roughly one-eighth of the carbon in your flesh, hair and bonesContinue reading “The inevitability of warming: a matter of degrees”
We should be properly skeptical of any image I suppose, especially in these days of Photoshop, and when an image purports to describe a before and after in colors demand to know even how the the satellite data was visualized, the colors chosen…but wow, this image knocks me off my feet, and at a gutContinue reading “Why the experts think the boy child will come this year”
Jim Morin has an idea… Via McClatchey for 8/12/12.
From the introduction to three new studies released by the National Academy of Sciences: Earth is warming. Detailed observations of surface temperature assembled and analyzed by several different research groups show that the planet’s average surface temperature was 1.4 ºF (0.8 ºC) warmer during the first decade of the 21st century than during the firstContinue reading ““Earth is Warming”: The National Academy of Sciences”