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WSJ: Climate science still murky - need more research to create good policies.

Climate Science Is Not Settled

We are very far from the knowledge needed to make good climate policy, writes leading scientist Steven E. Koonin

There is little doubt in the scientific community that continually growing amounts of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, due largely to carbon-dioxide emissions from the conventional use of fossil fuels, are influencing the climate. 328 more words

Building A Better Tomorrow

Leaked Final Draft Of U.N. Climate Report Shows Dire Global Warming Predictions


Delegates from more than 100 governments and many of the world’s top climate scientists are meeting in Copenhagen this week to finalize a report that will be used as a foundation for important upcoming climate summits. 554 more words

Human Health

The Great Magical 'Greenhouse Effect' Self-Amplifying Loop

Anyone with even a slight interest in the whole climate issue thing should be familiar with the iconic ‘Earth energy budget diagrams’ allegedly quantifying – by accounting for the various energy transfer fluxes to, from and within the Earth system – the so-called “atmospheric radiative greenhouse effect” (rGHE) and how it forces the global surface of our planet into a mean steady state temperature much higher than at a pure solar radiative equilibrium. 4,839 more words

Friday Fictioneers: Cooked

When the grey first came, people said, “Not to worry. It will pass.” But the greenhouse gases built up, temperate climates hit 43˚C midwinter, and the sea-levels rose, gobbling up all the coastal resorts. 75 more words


The Removal of the Curse in the Millennial Kingdom


The account of the initial curse is recorded in Genesis 3:14-19. From this account we find that (1) God cursed the serpent; (2) He put a curse on child birth, that women would have pain in childbirth; and (3) He cursed the ground. 926 more words

Prophecy Topics

Climate Change and Procrastination

My bedroom is currently incredibly clean and tidy and there is a tin of freshly baked flapjack on the kitchen table. These are signs of my procrastination; evidence that I have deadlines looming which I am currently choosing to ignore. 738 more words

Why SANS 10400XA is important...

In April 2014 atmospheric carbon dioxide levels exceeded 400 parts per million for the first time in recorded history. According to data released by the  292 more words