Tag Archives: carbon dioxide

Our friends the trees are slackers

I got in a dumb argument with someone on YouTube about a video. It’s about average for your fights on the Internets machine, but since some of the data might be interesting to you, I print it here as a courtesy. This is a story from the Financial Times of London: Short form: A company […]

2 C temp increase is already here

When I was younger (which could be any time in the recent past, actually), I was posting here that world temperatures had already increased due to warming by a number of around .85 c (or 1.5 F). That number was based on a lecture I viewed on Youtube by my go-to expert on such matters. […]

We’re screwed– evidence no longer matters

This has been on my mind for a few days now. It was sparked by an article in VOX about why we’re stuck in neutral vis a vis the gun violence in this country. And it’s also why (COP21 Paris notwithstanding) we won’t come up with anything that can realistically¬†be called a ‘plan’ to deal […]

10.03.2015: Does Earth have an expiration date?

One of the confounding realities of global warming theory has been that nobody with the requisite knowledge of the science really wants to put a date on when an¬†‘Extinction’ event will occur. As I noted in an earlier post, there is even a great reluctance about using the E word–even when all the evidence points […]

Calling it what it is–the euphemism of ‘Climate Change’

The story has recently broken through the MSM that we’ve reached 400 parts Per Million of carbon dioxide in Mister atmosphere. The thing we breathe. We’d hit the number before but we hadn’t stayed at it for a month the way we did in April. 400 is the new normal. 350 is so ‘last century’. […]