Tag: AGW

What graphs reveal

February 18, 2016 0 Comments
What graphs reveal

Because of the heavy dose of politics that is forced upon people whenever anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is discussed, there is always controversy. With battle lines being drawn, climate science could be one of the fields most ripe for irrational bias. It is unfortunate. The data could stand on its own. You might recall some skepticism […]

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More Climate Statements

December 17, 2015 0 Comments
More Climate Statements

Before writing a few words about the recent “historical climate agreement”, I thought I better read the entire document. By government/treaty standards, it is fairly short, but it was still very dry. There are very few thrilling passages. Most of it is what you would expect, a lot of statements but not much substance. Some […]

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AGW Lawsuits: No Longer Amusing

December 8, 2015 0 Comments
AGW Lawsuits: No Longer Amusing

Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) lawsuits have made headlines once again. For a primer, and a few laughs perhaps, check this detailed analysis of previous AGW lawsuit attempts. This blog entry is more recent and covers some additional angles. Sigh, so what is it this time? You might have caught wind of the New York Attorney General […]

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AGW list epilogue

November 9, 2015 0 Comments
AGW list epilogue

For those of you who are unaware or don’t remember. I used to curate an “AGW list”. It was a list of all the bad things that were going to happen because of anthropogenic global warming (AGW). From the 1990s through the first decade of the new millennium, the theory and worry about AGW grew […]

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Where the money goes

November 2, 2015 0 Comments
Where the money goes

I use up a lot of my spare time advocating for the cure of age-related diseases (cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, etc.) I also spend a lot of my spare money donating to research which will cure those diseases and generally help people stay healthy and youthful for a very long time. Many people who are in the […]

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How are the bees doing?

August 21, 2015 0 Comments
How are the bees doing?

Back when I kept the big list of bad things that were going to be caused by anthropogenic global warming (AGW), one of the items that made the list, and then didn’t, and then was back on again, is bee-colony-collapse-disorder (BCCD). Time for an update. BCCD is potentially ruinous because by some estimates, bees are used to […]

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Recent Study Shows No Slowdown in Global Warming Rate

June 7, 2015 0 Comments
Recent Study Shows No Slowdown in Global Warming Rate

You probably have heard or read in recent years that there has been some sort of global warming “hiatus” over the past few decades.  Well a new study produced by a group of scientists from NOAA refutes that claim.  Their study suggests that the rate of global warming during that the last 15 years has […]

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Tornadoes, Tornadoes Everywhere

December 19, 2014 0 Comments
Tornadoes, Tornadoes Everywhere

For new readers of the weather blog, allow me to relay some ancient history once again. A few years back, I started a list. It was a list of bad things that were going to happen because of anthropogenic global warming (AGW). I decided to start keeping track because I had heard so many things […]

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Peak Oil or Cheap Oil

December 8, 2014 0 Comments
Peak Oil or Cheap Oil

Time to take a quick look at the energy situation around the world. As blog readers know, I have been periodically updating these pages with news of peak oil and alternative energy production for the last few years. These themes relate to the climate because of the leading theory that human produced carbon dioxide is […]

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Voices on AGW

December 3, 2014 0 Comments
Voices on AGW

Despite the recent record cold in our neck-of-the-woods, average temperatures around the earth have gone up a little this year (according major climate monitoring organizations, although there is at least some small controversy regarding statistical manipulation of the numbers upward). Earlier this Fall while I was too busy to blog, there was a “climate march” […]

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