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Bruce Melton PE

Mining Carbon from the Sky–50 ppm for $10 Trillion

By | Solutions

Mining Carbon from the Sky–50 ppm for $10 Trillion. We can’t afford $10 trillion you say? What were we doing in Iraq then? 50 ppm for $10 trillion    Hansen 350,    Democracy Now – 8 years of bush, Iraq Afgahnistan, bailouts http://www.democracynow.org/2008/12/22/linda_bilmes_the_10_trillion_hangover $200 per ton is…

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Expert credibility in climate change, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science – Almost 98% of Climate Scientists Support IPCC’s Platform

By | Deniers and Delayers

July 20, 2010 Expert credibility in climate change, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, April 2010 – Almost 98% of Climate Scientists Support IPCC’s Platform of Anthropogenic Climate Change AND, Contrarian Experts are by no Means "Experts" Abstract:  Although preliminary estimates from published literature…

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Why Don’t the Contrarians Have Studies – Reaffirming that Climate Change is Bunk – Repeatedly Published in Academic Journals?

By | Deniers and Delayers

A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (here) says that, overwhelmingly, contrarians scientists are underwhelming qualified to be influencing anyone on climate change issues. But to give them credit, they do have their flagship: 30,000 scientists says that climate change…

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Vegetation Shifting Around the World

By | Impacts

From Berkeley press release: Vegetation around the world is on the move, and climate change is the culprit, according to a new analysis of global vegetation shifts led by a University of California, Berkeley, ecologist in collaboration with researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture…

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Mt. Everest Trail Melting

By | Impacts

From the Telegraph: "Rising temperatures have melted much of the ice on the steep trail to the summit and climbers are struggling to get traction on the exposed rock surface, according to the 49-year-old Sherpa, known only as Apa. The melting ice has also exposed…

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