Posted: 02/23/2009 - Short Term
Posted: 02/23/2009 - Long Term
Posted: 02/23/2009 - Dwight Eisenhower in his 1961 Farewell Address to the Nation “that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”
Posted: 02/23/2009 - Climate alarmists are advocating political action which will “punish” billions of people. The harm suffered by the poorest will be severe. Is it asking too much that climate scientists check each other’s work before they make grand pronouncements of their theories to the rest of us? I believe that a scientist with a moral conscience, a bit of self-awareness and some knowledge of the dangers of hubris would realize his moral duty to be as sure as he could possibly be before demanding that billions of poor people suffer from his advocacy. We get studies filled with lazy, wild guesses which boggle the mind; “the dog ate my homework” excuses to reasonable requests for data; acceptance of pathetically bad studies without question; and failures of quality control for data that are jaw-dropping in their implications. The alarmist scientists keep saying that they have the science on their side. But they never replicate studies. They never check each other's work. They say they don't have time to bother with quality control. And when others start checking, the mistakes keep piling higher and higher.
Posted: 02/23/2009 - For the record, although you will never read this in The New York Times, the planet is NOT warming. It is COOLING. It has been cooling for a decade now and it is no secret to meteorologists who track the day to day temperatures or climatologists who study long term trends. Carbon dioxide is not a “pollutant” as the Supreme Court has ruled. How can the Earth’s second most vital gas, other than oxygen, be a pollutant? Not one single piece of vegetation on Earth could exist without CO2. Without vegetation, no animal life including our own could exist on Earth.
Posted: 02/23/2009 - A Canadian Coast Guard ship saved all 22 people from a Spanish trawler after the fishing vessel caught fire. It happened some 250 miles southeast of Newfoundland.
Updated: 02/24/2009 - Some of the fires that have been burning in southern Australia for weeks have flared up again.
Posted: 02/23/2009 - THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR SOUTHEAST ALABAMA... SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL GEORGIA...THE FLORIDA BIG BEND AND PANHANDLE...AND THE ADJACENT GULF COASTAL WATERS.
Updated: 02/22/2009 - Baldwin officials in a recent meeting with FEMA officials in Clanton defended the county's 2004-05 hurricane cleanup operations.
Updated: 02/22/2009 - Winter isn't over just yet....
Posted: 02/22/2009 - This may not play well in Northeast Ohio, but federal climate officials this week reported that planet Earth just had its seventh-warmest January in more than 125 years of records.
Posted: 02/21/2009 - ScienceDaily (Feb. 20, 2009) — NASA's Kepler spacecraft is ready to be moved to the launch pad today and will soon begin a journey to search for worlds that could potentially host life.
Posted: 02/21/2009 - Luoyang, China (CNN) -- Fifty-year-old farmer Du Jianmin says if it doesn't rain soon in his corner of northern China, his winter wheat crops -- which his village of 120 people relies on for food for the year -- will die.
Posted: 02/21/2009 - Short Term
Posted: 02/21/2009 - Long Term
Posted: 02/20/2009 - THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR SOUTHEAST ALABAMA... SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL GEORGIA...AND THE FLORIDA BIG BEND AND PANHANDLE...AND ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS.
Posted: 02/19/2009 - Friday
Posted: 02/19/2009 - Friday Weather
Posted: 02/19/2009 - Short Term
Posted: 02/19/2009 - Long Term
Updated: 02/19/2009 - Northern Walton County residents are dealing with major damage after strong storms moved through the area.
Updated: 02/19/2009 - One person is dead and at least 7 injured after overnight thunderstorms swept Georgia and Alabama with tornadoes, hail and lightening.
Posted: 02/19/2009 - An apparent tornado uprooted trees in Geneva Wednesday evening as fierce overnight storms dumped heavy rains and hail across Alabama over a wide area.
Posted: 02/19/2009 - Two University of North Texas astronomers think they've found two pieces of flaming debris that streaked through the sky, alarming residents near Dallas.