World of Thermo… Story 2 from An Unfortunate Release… Playing With The Clouds

Forward: I have been an observer of the struggle of experts to convince politicians and the general public that the Global Warming Climate Issue is urgent ever since Dr. James Hanson’s testimony before Congress in 1988. One reason why it’s so hard to make a convincing argument is because carbon dioxide is a faceless, odorless, […]

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Coal Hard Facts from the book From Kyoto to Katrina to Keystone… How right wing politics hijacked the climate issue

Was peeved enough to present this allegorical chapter from World of Thermo since President Trump signed an executive order rolling back President Obama’s climate initiatives today. For a detailed look at the ramifications of Trump’s executive orders on the EPA and climate please look at Dr. Jeff Master’s blog: https://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=3591 Story 30.                                                               Hard Coal Facts […]

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Drought or Deluge?

In a chapter from my potential book, World of Thermo, in an allegorical but amusing way, I told the story of three black birds on top of a wind turbine musing over a new, or second Dust Bowl in the 2020’s here: http://www.guyonclimate.com/2017/03/26/world-of-thermo-wind-whistler-story/ A second Dust Bowl would not be a laughing matter, however. The first one during the […]

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Extreme Temperature Index-Some Calculations and Comparisons

This week Bob Henson and I introduced the world to the concept of an index which has the potential to rank and statistically compare surface temperature records. For a detailed explanation see: https://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=3583 So for this post let’s do some calculations  using the ETI for some very recently set records. These come from March 21st, 2017 […]

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Pine Beetle Story from World Of Thermo

Story 10.    From Grim Reaping:                                                     Boogy Buggy “My, I am going to have a lot of children this year! It has been so mild that I feel like I can live forever.  Honey, I see a nice ripe, old pine. Let’s dance on its bark some, then Bealzabug, I can lay a lot of eggs!”, […]

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