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The big melt: Antarctica's retreating ice may re-shape earth

CAPE LEGOUPIL, Antarctica — From the ground in this extreme northern part of Antarctica, spectacularly white and blinding ice seems to extend forever. What can’t be seen is the battle raging hundreds of metres below to re-shape Earth. 1,096 more words

News

Terrifying video shows smog taking over the earth

If you lived your entire life on NASA’s International Space Station,¬†watching the earth like some sort of space-age Rapunzel, you’d probably imagine that life on the blue planet looks a little like… 255 more words

Climate & Energy

Shooting the Climate Cripples

I started writing about global warming and climate change at least a decade ago. At that point the warmists believed that CO2 was responsible for global warming, that the ice caps were melting, that sea level were rising and would rise meters rather the millimeters, that climate models – so long as they were peer reviewed – accurately reflected the Climate and should be relied upon for policy discussions, that natural variability of any sort played next to no role in the earth’s temperature, the temperature sensitivity to a doubling of CO2 was 3 to 7 or more degrees Celsius and that the “science was settled”. 480 more words

Canada

Typhoon to lake effect snow

Connecting the dots on climate change:

A Pacific tropical typhoon is so strong that it reaches the Aleutian Islands of Alaska and disrupts the jet stream, allowing polar air to sink over much of the continental United States. 177 more words

Climate Change

President Obama Goes All The way To Australia To Pledges Billions to Climate Change Fund That Aussie PM Has Argued Against

By Suzanne Goldenberg, US environment editor and Lenore Taylor , Guardian Australia political editor

The Guardian

G20 exclusive: Barack Obama to promise as much as $3bn to the Green Climate Fund which was attacked by Tony Abbott… 811 more words

Climate Update: October 2014

As always, there is some bad news – climate change is still real. But this month, I will start with the good news!

A hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica is starting to close,  168 more words

Climate Change