OriginThe elevation of the hockey stick and the whole global warming thing to iconic status makes it a giant with feet of clay – poorly founded and ready to crumble. Time to do some digging…
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Category Archives: Nature
Thanks to the wonderful weather, and the recent run of cold winters, my garden honeysuckle is glorious this year. The evening air is delicately perfumed by it, with the scent even wafting through the bedroom window at night. There are … Continue reading
The source article for yesterday’s post Life in the Clouds, which dealt with microbes catalysing freezing of water droplets in clouds, jogged something in my memory. The paragraph in question said: A little mineral crystal can act as a template, … Continue reading
Yesterday I found myself dreaming of clouds at 30,000ft while stuck on the ground waiting for a badly delayed flight. Discover Magazine (April 2012) held an article on new ideas about clouds and how they develop rainfall. A research group … Continue reading
Got to love this Plant Porn posted at Maggie’s Farm (h/t Smokey on WUWT). It’s from a TED Talk about pollination so I thought I’d repost the whole thing. The hi-res film clip starts at 4:24.