Frozen in Time
Mar 19, 2007
Does a Global Temperature Really Exist?

Christopher Esses, Ross McKitrick and Bjarne Andresen

Physical, mathematical and observational grounds are employed to show that there is no physically meaningful global temperature for the Earth in the context of the issue of global warming.

Mar 19, 2007
Reporting: Tenn. mine enriched Gore, scarred land

By BILL THEOBALD, Tennessean Washington Bureau

Al Gore has profited from zinc mining that has released millions of pounds of potentially toxic substances near his farmstead, but there is no evidence the mine has caused serious damage to the environment in the area or threatened the health of his neighbors. 

Mar 16, 2007
Two Papers On The Urban Heat Island Effect On Temperatures

By Roger Pielke, Sr. in Climate Science

Thanks to Charles Muller, he has alerted us to two new papers on the urban heat island effect on temperature trends. 

Mar 16, 2007
Scientific Smackdown: Skeptics Voted The Clear Winners Against Global Warming Believers in Heated NY

Marc Morano, Inhofe EPW Press Weblog

Just days before former Vice President Al Gore’s scheduled visit to testify about global warming before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works, a high profile climate debate between prominent scientists Wednesday evening ended with global warming skeptics being voted the clear winner by a tough New York City before an audience of hundreds of people.

Mar 15, 2007
Researchers Question Validity of a ‘Global Temperature’

Science Daily

Discussions on global warming often refer to ‘global temperature.’ Yet the concept is thermodynamically as well as mathematically an impossibility, says Bjarne Andresen, a professor at The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, who has analyzed this topic in collaboration with professors Christopher Essex from University of Western Ontario and Ross McKitrick from University of Guelph, Canada.

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