Tag Archives: Greenland

Dansgaard-Oeschger events

Yesterday’s post had more impact than I was expecting. I probably should avoid calling other people jerks, even if I imply that I am one by doing so. I should also try and stick more to my resolution of not … Continue reading

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Antarctic sea ice, ha ha ha!

Some seem to find it somewhat amusing that an icebreaker full of journalists is currently stuck in the Antarctic sea ice, awaiting rescue (yes, Andrew Neil, I’m talking about you). To be fair, I can see the irony (a little) … Continue reading

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Michael Mann on tipping points

I’m sure many would disagree, but although I’m clearly aligned with those who are regarded as alarmists, I’ve tried quite hard to avoid alarmist rhetoric. That doesn’t mean I’m not concerned/alarmed, just that my intent here was to discuss (mostly) … Continue reading

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The Global Warming Policy Foundation doesn’t understand second derivatives!

I noticed the following tweet from the Global Warming Policy Foundation Polar Ice Melt May Be Natural Event http://t.co/XrPKOjIY9c via @sharethis — The GWPF (@TheGWPF) July 16, 2013 The link goes to a press release also stating that the Polar … Continue reading

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Watt about the sea level rise?

I keep thinking that I should maybe take a break and write fewer posts. Then I make the mistake of having one final look at Watts Up With That (WUWT). Today they have a guest essay by Kevin Marshall called … Continue reading

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