Saturday, October 25, 2014

Movie: Voyage to the Bottom of Sanity: Climate Change from 1961

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
The new, state of the art nuclear 
submarine Seaview is on diving trials in the Arctic Ocean. The Seaview is designed and built by scientist and engineering genius Admiral Harriman Nelson (USN-Ret) (Walter Pidgeon). Captain Lee Crane (Robert Sterling) is the Seaview'sCommanding Officer. One of the on-board observers is Dr. Susan Hiller (Joan Fontaine), studying crew-related stress. The mission includes being out of radio contact for 96 hours while under the Arctic ice cap, but the ice begins to crack and melt, with boulder-size pieces crashing into the ocean around the submarine. Surfacing, they discover fire burning in the sky resulting in a world-threatening increase in heat all across the Earth. Bergan informs Nelson that the President wants him at a UN Emergency Scientific Meeting as soon as possible.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

CBC uses old Polish coal plant pic when talking about Canada's greenhouse gas emissions.

Media as political propaganda outlets....

In a study a few years back of CBC reporters not one.... zero.... voted Conservative.

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

From "The Prussian": The Climate Research Unit at The UEA Breaks the Hockey Stick

The following report from the University of East Anglia, about the Climate Research Unit, says:

"CRU publications repeatedly emphasize the discrepancy between instrumental and tree-based proxy reconstructions of temperature during the late 20th century, but presentations of this work by the IPCC and others have sometimes neglected to highlight this issue. 

"Got that?  CRU scientists have been pointing out, repeatedly, that proxy reconstructions (the hockeystick) are not as solid as all that, but the IPCC has been known to ‘neglect to highlight’ this point."

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