Emergency and Continuous Exposure Guidance Levels for Selected Submarine Contaminants: Volume 1 (2007)

Emergency and Continuous Exposure Guidance Levels for Selected Submarine Contaminants: Volume 1 (2007)

The National Academies Press 3 Carbon Dioxide This chapter summarizes the relevant epidemiologic and toxicologic studies on carbon dioxide (CO2). Selected chemical and physical properties, toxicokinetic and mechanistic data, and inhalation exposure levels from the National Research Council (NRC) and other agencies are also presented. The subcommittee considered all of that information in its evaluation of the Navy’s current and …

Study: Renewable Energy does Nothing to Reduce CO2 Emissions

Study: Renewable Energy does Nothing to Reduce CO2 Emissions

Eric Worrall | Oct. 14, 2020 Photo: Dr. Willie Soon h/t Dr. Willie Soon / James Delingpole / Breitbart; A group of high profile scientists, including Dr. Willie Soon, have published a meticulously referenced study which discuses the pros and cons of various CO2 reduction strategies. The abstract of the study; Energy and Climate Policy—An Evaluation of Global Climate Change …

Greenland and the 1950s Climate Consensus

Greenland and the 1950s Climate Consensus

WUWT October 13, 2020 What’s Natural? by Jim Steele Glaciers around the world reached their greatest size in four thousand years by 1850. Then abruptly the world began to warm. Arctic sea ice lost 40% of its thickness by 1940. Around the Arctic island of Spitsbergen melting sea ice allowed shipping season to lengthen from 3 months to 7 by …

Revising evidence of hurricane strikes on Abaco Island (The Bahamas) over the last 700 years

Revising evidence of hurricane strikes on Abaco Island (The Bahamas) over the last 700 years

Tyler S. Winkler, Peter J. van Hengstum, Jeffrey P. Donnelly, Elizabeth J. Wallace, Richard M. Sullivan, Dana MacDonald & Nancy A. Albury Scientific Reports volume 10, Article number: 16556 (2020) Abstract The northern Bahamas have experienced more frequent intense-hurricane impacts than almost anywhere else in the Atlantic since 1850 CE. In 2019, category 5 (Saffir-Simpson scale) Hurricane Dorian demonstrated the destructive potential of …

Surprising science – There’s no such thing as clean energy

Surprising science – There’s no such thing as clean energy

Meticulous Research Review Questions Environmental Impacts and Feasibility of “Green Energy” Transition CERES Published: 16 September 2020 A meticulous new review published in the scientific journal, Energies, conducted by a team of Irish and US-based researchers including CERES researchers, raises surprising and unsettling questions about the feasibility and the environmental impacts of the transition to renewable energy sources. Concern for …

Climate “emergency” means house arrest

CFact By Peter Murphy | September 29th, 2020 A regional transportation agency in California recently approved a far-reaching societal makeover plan that offers a glimpse into the very near future of America, if such absurdities take hold under the ruse of dealing with a “climate emergency.” The coronavirus pandemic has revealed the inner-tyrants of many politicians across the country with …

Renowned Oil Professor Proposes Fracking Alternative

Renowned Oil Professor Proposes Fracking Alternative

Shale Mag By Tom Tamarkin – September 29, 2020 Dr. George Chilingar is truly the Renaissance man of the petroleum and gas industry. As professor emeritus of the University of Southern California, he has over sixty years of research and teaching behind him. In the 1960s, Dr. Chilingar developed the first practical natural gas plunger lift method responsible for the …

A spatially explicit surface urban heat island database for the United States: Characterization, uncertainties, and possible applications

Science Direct T.Chakrabortyac, A.Hsubcd, D.Manyac, G.Sheriffe Received 3 April 2020, Revised 30 July 2020, Accepted 30 July 2020, Available online 13 August 2020. Abstract The urban heat island (UHI) effect is strongly modulated by urban-scale changes to the aerodynamic, thermal, and radiative properties of the Earth’s land surfaces. Interest in this phenomenon, both from the climatological and public health perspectives, …

The Pure Evil of Hydrogen Hyping

The Pure Evil of Hydrogen Hyping

David Archibald | Sept. 24, 2020 In energy policy, the Australian government is compounding stupidity upon stupidity. Hundreds of millions of dollars are now to be spent on the dead end that is the hydrogen economy. To put that stupidity into context, let’s go back a few years and look at the missed opportunities to put things to right. After …

Willie Soon

Willie Soon

Willie Soon is an astrophysicist and a geoscientist based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This bio and account of the work of Willie Soon debunks lies of the generously funded environmental left’s attacks on an honest climate scientist. At at the Ninth International Conference on Climate Change in 2014, Soon accepted the “Courage in Defense of Science Award.” “The whole point of …