Climate Change

23 May 19
The Grey Panther

British Columbia, The Yukon, and Alaska and Bears, Bears, Bears. End of the trail, May 2019 The ferry docks in West Vancouver and we head north. The Sea to Sky Highway is mountainous, curvy and spectacular. It downgrades all other “scenic byways” . Indeed starting at sea level and rising, rising to the sky to […]

23 May 19
News Directory

Flickr / Visit St. Pete / Clearwater Florida has the most economies in the United States. Two of its most famous industries include tourism. Here are 13 facts about Florida's economy. Visit MarketsInsider.com for more stories. Florida is one of the United States' economic powerhouses. It 's the best economy. In fact, its GDP is […]

23 May 19
From the Styx by Peggy Tibbetts

It’s almost metaphorical the way winter won’t let go of its grip on Colorado and neither will the oil and gas industry. On the same day a spring snowstorm bludgeoned the state with frigid temps and record snowfall, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) held its first regular meeting under SB-181. Folks seemed […]

23 May 19
For Want of a Better World

I don’t have the monopoly on the whole “better world” idea. I was definitely the first to coin the “for want of a better world” phrase (don’t factcheck that), but the general idea of making the world a better place is pretty widespread. Throughout history there have been some others who have suggested it. Most […]

23 May 19
Quality Assurance of Climate Change Studies

The IPCC witch-doctors are rewriting their sea level narrative for their novel AR6. Here below their wording and our comments: Sea level change over recent decades is unprecedented over the last several millennia (medium confidence) and the rate of global mean sea level rise has increased in recent decades (high confidence). This is incorrect, as […]