Category Archives: development

Internal Combustion Engine Facilitates Deep Love of Nature

What follows is the next excerpt from my book, which can be purchased here in paperback and here on Kindle. The excerpt is from Chapter Three, “A Scandalous Timeout.” There are so many ways that my family and I have … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Dr. Peter Gleick

A little less than twenty-four hours ago, I sent the letter below to Dr. Peter Gleick. While his admitting to what is almost certainly criminal fraud was a start, it is my contention that every day he postpones owning the … Continue reading

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Look Up!

On Dec. 14, 1973, the majesty of the atmosphere did not disappear. It also did not disappear on May 4, 1995. If you’re wondering, it has not disappeared since then, either. In fact, the majesty of the atmosphere remains extraordinary, … Continue reading

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I, Al Gore, Will Control Your Mind … Errr, Gimme a Minute, Just a Minute More, Wait!

Al Gore’s Current TV is not having an easy go of it. With its Italian version shuttered in 2011, it now appears a virtual certainty that Current will also go off the air in the UK early this spring. Spun … Continue reading

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Gimme Shelter

1. Among the most powerful human urges is to seek shelter. 2. The belief that human beings can, or soon will, control the weather emanates from this urge. 3. With every year that passes, more people and a higher percentage … Continue reading

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Carbon Profits Inc. – Errr, Reuters!

Anyone looking at the state of carbon trading, which is collapsing, who comes away with the sense that this is just a growing pain on the way to a meaningful global system has to be suffering from a form of … Continue reading

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Number of Hours Spent Watching Hurricanes Skyrockets

Cory Wolfe, Associated Press Science Writer (New York, NY) — Scientists at Columbia University have completed a study confirming what climatologists had been whispering among themselves for years but been unable to prove: the number of mentions of hurricanes among the … Continue reading

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The Precautionary Principle Run Amock

In the December 9th New York Times, columnist Tom Friedman tells his readers that the precautionary principle demands that the world take aggressive action to curb the risks of damaging climate change, even if the likelihood of it is only one … Continue reading

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Krugman: Badly Misinformed About Climate

Paul Krugman has again asserted his right to be wrong about climate change today in The New York Times. Here is my response to Mr. Krugman which I have also posted on the Times site: I wonder by what percentage … Continue reading

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Phil Jones offers myriad reasons for not sharing data

Three months before “stepping aside” from his position atop the most prestigious climate change institute in the world earlier this week, Phil Jones made a number of interesting comments. The first was this: “In the UK I am not considered … Continue reading

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