Tag Archives: Earth

The Earth from Saturn

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has taken an image of the Earth, through the rings of Saturn. I don’t think I really need to say anything more.

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Climate change and religion?

Something that I have wondered about recently is whether or not religion is influencing people’s views about climate change and global warming.  I often read comments along the lines of “we’ve adapted to climate change for thousands of years and … Continue reading

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Global warming vs Climate change

When reading discussions about climate change/global warming I often encounter people who say something along the lines of “scientists used to talk about global warming, but since that didn’t work they’ve started to talk about climate change”. The implication seems … Continue reading

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Watt about the mode?

There’s another post on Watts Up With That (WUWT) about climate sensitivity. It’s based, again, on the recent paper by Nic Lewis in which he finds that climate sensitivity is probably closer to 1.5oC than between 2oC and 3oC, which … Continue reading

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