Over 600 people responded to a question on Ask Reddit to explain why they changed their minds about the dangers of climate change.
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OCO-2 is only a little thing, about 6 ft long, 3 ft in diameter, and less than half a ton in weight (NASA/JPL-Caltech, artist’s conception). It will be harder to deny the existence of climate change now that NASA has successfully launched Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2. A United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket from Vandenberg Air […]
Bill Day gives us this thought on political speech and the warming world of today. Thanks, Bill, and thanks to Boycott Fox News Advertisers on Facebook for passing the cartoon along from politicususa.com!
Last week something rare and extraordinarily positive occurred on American television. Fortunately, through YouTube and 350.org, the rest of the world got to see it too. “Something positive?” a critic questions. “If climate change is as bad as you tree-hugger people claim it is, how can anything about it be positive?” The phenomenon tends to […]
I don’t understand why a state would outlaw climate change. North Carolina is on the sea and if the water levels rise it would kill their tourism industry. Which in return would almost bankrupt the state. A lot of people go to the beaches in the state for vacations and spend tons of money there.
If you follow climate science and global warming denial (two different things, of course), you are familiar with Patrick Michaels. Even if you don’t follow these things, there’s a good chance you’ve seen him on TV or seen him quoted in the mass media. He’s sort of the top go-to guy when the unbalanced […]
Peter Sinclair has a new “Climate Denial Crock of the Week” video up. It’s another great one, of course. It’s on the crock that we have a mini ice age coming, something only the most extreme climate science deniers and media outlets (ahem, FOX News) seem to find intelligent to claim. Here’s the video: Here’s […]
Climate scientists and communicators got together to come up with a list of 2011’s biggest climate B.S.-spewers recently. B.S. standing for Bad Science, of course. Here’s the full list, via Climate Progress: by Peter Gleick The Earth’s climate continued to change during 2011 – a year in which unprecedented combinations of extreme weather events […]