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28 October 2008

Clean Coal? No Such Thing.

Everyone in this country has politics on the mind these days. No matter how you vote, everyone agrees it is an historic election. While both candidates have said they support clean coal, I wonder exactly what that is! I see lots of ads on TV and online about clean coal. These ads are sponsored by lobbying groups hired by the coal industry. You can clean up the air pollution coming …

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22 October 2008

Just a couple of things

I am planning on a bigger post later in the week about the public perception on Climate Change. The story is embargoed until 23 October, but it is worth talking about. For those of you who read my blog from here, in the Mid South part of North America, I will give you a heads up. It looks like the first widespread frost is on the way for Sunday night. …

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17 October 2008

NASA Introduces New Climate Change Site

The folks at the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena have put online an excellent new site on Climate Change. Now to be honest, I have just done a quick glance through it, but it has some new and interesting material. It is built for students and other non scientist sites to be able to visually see how the planet is being affected by climate change. Make no mistake, this is …

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11 October 2008

Old London Town…

I have taken a break from things for the last two weeks. Most of that time I spent in the United Kingdom. Anyone who knows me doesn’t have to ask what my favorite city is. They already know it’s London. In the cult classic movie 84 Charing Cross Road, there is a line that says something along the lines of “people go to London looking for different things”. Some go looking for …

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