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  • For an EcoGeek, there were many surprises at the 2017 edition of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). We’ve been watching the emphasis on green cars decline for...
  • Residential power storage options are starting to get more competitive with a flow battery being introduced to the market in Australia. Flow batteries have been something we’ve...
  • The “world’s largest aircraft,” the Airlander 10, is being readied for flights to begin later this year. The Airlander 10 is a massive hybrid aircraft that combines...
  • Researchers are exploring the novel idea of using metals as fuels. This is not some new, exotic science-fiction material, but rather plentiful, ordinary metals such as iron that could...
  • Nobody is trying to save the planet with green cars anymore. The days of green cars being featured at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) seem to be over.  Gone are...
  • Not every energy technology that is explored is going to lead to a successful new power industry. Osmosis power was one of the more unusual technologies we’ve come across. But now,...
  • A new way of building roads with recycled plastic is being developed by Dutch company KWS Infra. As a resident of Michigan, where the combination of hard northern winters and a legislature...
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The voice of The Sietch community
  • Day 237: End The Giant Military Budgets! No money for health care, 700 billion for the military.  No money for free public college, 700 billion for the military.  No money for infrastructure,...
  • Day 236: Stand up and fight! Trump and his ilk are not just going to go away, we have to make them go away.  There is probably a primary election in your area this month, or next or...
  • Day 235: Trump is an embarrassment Why do we let him go anywhere, especially the U.N. Further Reading: Trump’s first speech to the United Nations was a disastrous, nationalistic...
  • Trump Watch September 19 2017
    Wed, 20 Sep 17, 1:53am
    Day 234: Can’t Stop, Wont Stop. When you’re 91 and surrounded by your great grand children and they are holding your hand and asking “what was it like during the bad...
  • Trump Watch September 18 2017
    Tue, 19 Sep 17, 12:16am
    Day 233: End with a whimper Donald Trumps presidency continues its slimy downward spiral towards malicious obscurity, or jail. The most powerful thing you can do right now is to cure...
  • Trump Watch September 15 2017
    Sat, 16 Sep 17, 12:54am
    Day 230: The environment is what you depend on for life Just remember, there is a FUCK LOAD of money to be made fighting climate change, but the people currently making money destroying...
  • Trump Watch September 14 2017
    Fri, 15 Sep 17, 2:04am
    Day 229: Support universal health care! Everything is impossible until it isn’t.  Women getting the right to vote, freeing the slaves, gay marriage, 15$ minimum wage, universal...
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  • by Javier The existence of a 1500-year climatic cycle during the Holocene, related to the glacial Dansgaard-Oeschger cycle, is a matter of intense debate. However, by introducing precise...
  • Hurricane Irma eyes Florida
    Sat, 9 Sep 17, 12:43am
    by Judith Curry Cat 5 Hurricane Irma is one for the record books; it’s eye is on Florida. ___________ Summary Major Hurricane Irma is predicted to strike the SW coast of Florida...
  • by Judith Curry Th 10+ year drought of major hurricane landfalls in the U.S. is over, with catastrophic impacts in Texas.  Predictions of Hurricane Harvey illustrate the realization...
  • by Judith Curry Calling on CE Denizens to review the Climate Science Special Report:  nominate an official reviewer, or participate in the CE Crowdsourced Review...
  • by Judith Curry This post is running parallel to the post Reviewing the Climate Science Special Report (a technical post), to accommodate general discussion on the topicFiled under:...
  • by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week. New study finds most of East #Antarctic ice sheet should remain stable. [link] Linking global temperature and Arctic...
  • by Dr. Ronan Connolly & Dr. Michael Connolly Satellite observations indicate that the average Arctic sea ice extent has generally decreased since the start of the satellite records...
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by Steve McIntyre
  • Guccifer 2 Email Time Zone
    Wed, 20 Sep 17, 5:59am
    One of the major differences between Mr FOIA and Guccifer 2 is the latter’s use of email to correspond to journalists. G2 contacted Gawker and Smoking Gun on June 15, corresponding...
  • Time Zone of Guccifer 2 cf.7z
    Tue, 19 Sep 17, 2:44am
    In a recent post, I observed that the majority of the emails in the Wikileaks DNC archive were sent AFTER Crowdstrike installed their anti-Russian software on May 6...
  • Yesterday, Scott Ritter published a savage and thorough critique of the role of Dmitri Alperovitch and Crowdstrike, who are uniquely responsible for the attribution of the DNC hack...
  • Julien Emile-Geay (JEG) submitted a lengthy comment concluding with the tasteless observation that “Steve’s mental health issues are beyond PAGES’s scope. Perhaps the CA...
  • PAGES 2017: Arctic Lake Sediments
    Sun, 23 Jul 17, 4:58am
    Arctic lake sediment series have been an important component of recent multiproxy studies.  These series have been discussed on many occasions at Climate Audit (tag), mostly very critical....
  • PAGES2017: New Cherry Pie
    Wed, 12 Jul 17, 2:31pm
    Rosanne D’Arrigo once explained to an astounded National Academy of Sciences panel that you had to pick cherries if you wanted to make cherry pie – a practice followed by...
  • Recently, there has been controversy over allegations that former FBI Director Comey leaked classified information, an issue that I mentioned on twitter  a month ago...
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  • Biofuels in the 2050 calculator
    Thu, 14 Sep 17, 8:07pm
    I've been playing about with DECC's 2050 calculator and I wondered if BH readers (if any of you are still popping by) to take a look at something.
    Tags: energy biofuels
  • Last night Roger Peilke Jr gave a superb talk, hosted by The Global Warming Policy Foundation, on Climate change politics. It was timely, challenging and positive. I will post...
  • A very bad boy
    Fri, 26 May 17, 5:30pm
    It seems that Lord Stern is a very bad boy. Very bad indeed.
    Tags: climate other
  • Spirit of inquiry
    Tue, 9 May 17, 6:23pm
    I've been taking a look at the BEIS committee's report on the effects of Brexit on climate and energy policy, and in particular the section on investor confidence, which struck me as...
  • Slay The Dragon - Josh 390
    Tue, 9 May 17, 2:50am
    Theresa May is fun to draw and it looks like she might have a bigger battle on her hands in the coming years if she is wins the one on 8th June.
    Tags: josh
  • Chris Essex was at GWPF last night to lecture on "The Great Climate Change Fervour". Josh sends his cartoon notes.
    Tags: climate sceptics
  • Thanks
    Wed, 3 May 17, 10:04pm
    Thanks to everyone who has sent good wishes for my new role at GWPF, or passed them on in person at Chris Essex's lecture last night. 
    Tags: blogs
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A perfectly good civilization is going to waste...
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Because the world needs another opinion
  • Easy Call
    Sun, 18 Jun 17, 8:17am
    America is not allowed to elect a conservative president of any form.  The deep state, fourth branch of government has declared that they now have critical mass to enforce their will...
  • Flameout!
    Wed, 7 Jun 17, 12:25pm
    Flameout — Wiki with happy links.. including fuel starvation, compressor stall, insufficient oxygen (at high altitudes), foreign object damage (such as caused by birds, hail or...
  • Bye Bye Paris
    Fri, 2 Jun 17, 9:10pm
    I am absolutely thrilled to see a tiny bit of sanity in our government.   Every day the left gets loonier with one fake conspiracy after another dying when hit by fact, and every...
  • Changing the Subject
    Sun, 26 Mar 17, 3:03pm
    I’m not sure how to reply to PSI.  They’ve written a post which I don’t seem to be allowed to comment on or there is some technical problem.  Read at your own risk,...
  • So, to the couple hundred readers who still stop by, Anthony Watts has a fun activity going on.  Kenji, the full fledged yet unvetted member of the union of concerned scientists, is...
  • Definition of bigot :  a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially:  one who regards or treats the members of a group...
  • Another Day
    Thu, 10 Nov 16, 10:05pm
    So the election went well for America.   For those who live outside of the  US, you won’t understand just how much regulation the largest government on the planet can inflict,...
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Just don't tell me the debate's over…
  • Assault and Battery
    Sat, 8 Jul 17, 6:32pm
    One of the unfortunate consequences of rising early is the extended interview slot on ABC News Radio, broadcast at about 5.45 am. Frequently this will be a lengthy regurgitation of...
  • Yes, despite all the technology that must go into HELE (high efficiency, low emission) coal fired power stations, they are STILL cheaper than farts and sunbeams...
  • Climate Institute shuts today
    Fri, 30 Jun 17, 8:13am
    Long before the term fake news was even thought of, the activists at the Climate Institute, headed up by John Connor, were pushing it by the barrowload. Now its time is up, going out...
  • This is the reality of efforts to alter the climate of the planet: huge expense for almost no result. Bjorn Lomborg’s 2016 paper on the impact of current climate proposals (full...
  • Power prices skyrocket
    Sun, 18 Jun 17, 11:23am
    Who cares that fewer and fewer people in Australia can afford this most basic necessity? At least we’re saving the planet, right? Actually no, since nothing Australia does makes...
  • Would never have seen this coming, since Finkel is the magic pudding that cuts emissions and prices! A MAJOR electricity retailer has announced a $130-a-year price hike and blamed...
  • Adani vs Finkel
    Wed, 14 Jun 17, 9:02pm
    Compare and contrast the following two current news stories: Australia will ‘Finkel around the edges’ of a tiny emissions footprint in order to make Malcolm look like he’s...
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CO2 is NOT the climate control knob
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  • Does the dog in your living room have any similarity to those wild species that we are losing from our savanna and forests? This new discovery of signalling a hunt could lead us to...
  • Zero Waste Week starts
    Tue, 5 Sep 17, 12:58am
    Zero waste organisations have been spreading to many nations over the last 10 years. Now we’ve been asking the UK population just how much they care about waste.
  • For the first time, two otters have a comparative study on their ability to learn from others in their clan. This could lead to study of more animals in this area, providing valuable...
  • How can we fight the build-up of plastic on landfill, shores and in the middle of the ocean, as well as inside the fish we eat! Fashion can provide a small part of the answer with this...
  • OCEANA are fishing closer to home on this occasion, hoping to catch governments and those who wish to destroy our precious, and decreasing stocks of habitats , fish and even sea grass,...
  • People wonder why and how hunted animals became the quieter beasts of burden and table fodder of modern times. Here is an interesting moment in time, 14,500 years ago as “Jordanians”...
  • Green web hosting is a simple, inexpensive step businesses can take to reduce the environmental impact of their websites. This is how it works...
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