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Hot Time, Summer in the City...

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I just cannot stop thinking about this graph that appeared with this article in the NYTimes recently.  The piece discussed how the number of hot summer days, those above 90 degrees F, are projected to increase in the future, and it allows readers to enter their town and date of birth to see how the weather has changed between then and now. 815 more words

Michael Crichton's, 'State of Fear'

His novel ‘State of Fear’, was published in 2004.  I have recently managed to obtain a copy and have now had the opportunity to read this enthralling, incredible story. 455 more words


It didn’t take power punters long to work out that wind power will never amount to a meaningful power generation source. Graphs like the one above – depicting the entire output of every wind turbine connected to Australia’s Eastern Grid (1,800 of them with a capacity of just under 5,000MW, spread across four states, NSW, […]

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But Is It Science

Californians Deserve Better Forest Management

“While liberals waste their time on solutions that won’t even scratch the surface of climate change (green buses that either don’t work or that… 328 more words


How Much CO2 Gets Emitted to Build a Wind Turbine?

The ONLY justification for wind power – the massive subsidies upon which it entirely depends (see our post here); spiralling power prices (see our post here… 953 more words

Big Wind Industry

https://edberry.com/blog/climate-physics/agw-hypothesis/preprint-a-fatal-flaw-in-global-warming-science/ PREPRINT: A fatal flaw in global warming science AGW Hypothesis / By Dr. Ed Edwin X Berry, Ph.D., Physics Climate Physics LLC, 439 Grand Dr #147, Bigfork, Montana 59911, USA Copyright © 2018 by Edwin X Berry.

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Climate Matters

Trends in Extreme Weather Events since 1900 An Enduring Conundrum for Wise Policy Advice

A paper published by –

Kelly MJ  Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, 9 JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3 0FA, UK, in  ‘Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters’, Feb 17, 2016. 1,791 more words