Tag: AGW

How Good is Natural Gas?

February 14, 2014 0 Comments
How Good is Natural Gas?

**An update on yesterday’s blog post first: We now have 50.2 inches of snow since December 1st. 14 more inches before the end of February and we will break the record for snowiest Winter. Will it happen? We have a puncher’s chance. There could be a couple of tenths of snow tomorrow and 2 to […]

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Opinions Change Due to Cold

February 10, 2014 0 Comments
Opinions Change Due to Cold

Apparently, all the cold weather this Winter is causing some distress, but it is not what you think. You see, opinion polls show less people “believe” in (or are convinced of) anthropogenic global warming theory, because of the extreme cold and heavy snow (in the U.S.). Studies have found that opinions change depending upon the […]

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Cold Weather Effects

January 30, 2014 0 Comments
Cold Weather Effects

A day like today, with heavy snow falling, and a Winter like this when the temperatures have been frigid, make me wonder about the energy and technology trends I have followed throughout the year. New clean energy and efficient technology have the potential to radically clean up the air and environment while helping us continue […]

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Is Something Up With El Nino?

December 7, 2013 0 Comments
Is Something Up With El Nino?

It looks like something interesting could be developing with the ENSO pattern in the Pacific ocean a few months down the line. As a quick refresher ENSO is the El Nino-La Nina cycle of changing surface water temps in the tropical Pacific. El Nino very often brings very mild Winter conditions to Northcentral Wisconsin. La […]

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AGW Lawsuits Again & Again

November 28, 2013 0 Comments
AGW Lawsuits Again & Again

The interesting issue of climate reparations has reared its head again during the recent United Nations climate talks in Poland last week. I have ruminated more in-depth on this issue before. The basic premise is that “rich” countries use the most fossil fuel and “poor” countries suffer the most from anthropogenic global warming (AGW), thus […]

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Interesting AGW Tidbits

September 13, 2013 0 Comments
Interesting AGW Tidbits

Remember when potential influence of cosmic rays on cloud formation and climate was pilloried, when researchers pursuing this interesting angle of physics were essentially “laughed out of the room”, their theories completely rejected by the mainstream. I do. I blogged about it. (a couple times at least). Thanks to perseverance in the face of criticism, some physicists continue […]

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Rising Seas

August 1, 2013 0 Comments
Rising Seas

Once again we come across some anthropogenic global warming (AGW) analysis, theory, and opinion using words like “irreversible”, “locked in” and “inevitable”. This theme has resurfaced in regards to rising sea levels. I came across an article a while back which stated that the sea level will rise “many meters”. Then there was an article on Climate Central […]

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Peak Oil – A Busted Theory?

July 25, 2013 0 Comments
Peak Oil – A Busted Theory?

One of the issues I have followed over the last few years, almost a decade really, is the Peak Oil scenario. I became interested in the issue as it relates to energy and pollution. I even interviewed professor Hirsch. There was also the interesting contrast between anthropogenic global warming (AGW) scenarios which projected increasing fossil fuel […]

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More Deciphering Results

July 11, 2013 0 Comments
More Deciphering Results

With the large volume of scientific studies being published every day, it can be hard to understand or decipher it all. Many times it seems like a new research result will contradict an older study, but the seeming contradiction might boil down to the use, or mis-use of stastics. Plus, the headline can sometimes warp perceptions and […]

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Lots of Rain

July 8, 2013 0 Comments
Lots of Rain

Some interesting things happening in Northcentral Wisconsin lately. We had the latest ever date in our snowmelt contest this year. In case you did not hear, the snow finally melted on June 30th. It did not quite make it to July, but it was still a new record. Then one week later we ended up […]

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