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Brains for the Earth
  • Let’s start out with my in-the-moment string of notes during the Press Preview at this year’s NAIAS (Detroit Auto Show). This covers the main ideas about this year’s...
  • For an EcoGeek, there were many surprises at the 2017 edition of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). We’ve been watching the emphasis on green cars decline for...
  • Residential power storage options are starting to get more competitive with a flow battery being introduced to the market in Australia. Flow batteries have been something we’ve...
  • The “world’s largest aircraft,” the Airlander 10, is being readied for flights to begin later this year. The Airlander 10 is a massive hybrid aircraft that combines...
  • Researchers are exploring the novel idea of using metals as fuels. This is not some new, exotic science-fiction material, but rather plentiful, ordinary metals such as iron that could...
  • Nobody is trying to save the planet with green cars anymore. The days of green cars being featured at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) seem to be over.  Gone are...
  • Not every energy technology that is explored is going to lead to a successful new power industry. Osmosis power was one of the more unusual technologies we’ve come across. But now,...
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Future-forward design for the world you inhabit
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The voice of The Sietch community
  • Trump Watch January 3 2019
    Fri, 4 Jan 19, 1:57am
    Day 683: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch January 2 2019
    Thu, 3 Jan 19, 6:12am
    Day 682: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 19 2018
    Thu, 20 Dec 18, 2:06am
    Day 668: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 18 2018
    Wed, 19 Dec 18, 8:37am
    Day 667: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 17 2018
    Tue, 18 Dec 18, 7:17am
    Day 666: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 12 2018
    Thu, 13 Dec 18, 2:50am
    Day 661: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
  • Trump Watch December 11 2018
    Wed, 12 Dec 18, 3:44am
    Day 660: Keep the focus on inequality Analysis: If you’re rich, you’re more lucky than smart. And there’s math to prove it ‘CEOs don’t want this released’:...
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  • 18 hours ago
    by Judith Curry And now for something different. A sociological experiment for the Denizens. Please take the Enneagram personality test (with instinctual variant) and report your results...

  • 2 days ago
    by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye these past few weeks. New research verifies that sea level rise is causing #carbon burial rates to increase on some Florida coasts. [link]...

  • Thu, 2 Apr 20, 4:42am
    By Nic Lewis Introduction and summary A study published two weeks ago by the COVID-19 Response Team from Imperial College (Ferguson20[1]) appears to be largely responsible for driving...

  • Tue, 31 Mar 20, 8:18am
    by Judith Curry Time for a new thread. To kick things off, here are some interesting articles that I’ve spotted recently. Let me know when you are read for a climate thread, week...

  • Thu, 26 Mar 20, 4:19am
    By Nic Lewis Introduction There has been much media coverage about the danger to life posed by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. While it is clearly a serious threat, one should consider...

  • Tue, 24 Mar 20, 2:39am
    by Judith Curry Some articles I’ve flagged, plus emails I’ve received. Here are some articles I’ve flagged for discussion; I am not personally endorsing anything here:...

  • Fri, 20 Mar 20, 3:05am
    by Judith Curry My thoughts on coronavirus and deep uncertainty. I and my family are in isolation, in relatively comfortable, well-stocked and in safe circumstances (solar power with...
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by Steve McIntyre

  • Tue, 3 Mar 20, 6:12am
    This post was written on Aug 12, 2014, but not published until Mar 2, 2020 (today). One of the signature findings of IPCC AR5 WG2 has been that climate change has already had a negative...

  • Fri, 1 Nov 19, 5:21am
    A guest post by Nic Lewis Introduction The recent open-access paper Gregory et al 2019 “How accurately can the climate sensitivity to CO2 be estimated from historical climate...

  • Fri, 18 Oct 19, 4:27am
    A guest post by Nic Lewis The recently published open-access paper “How accurately can the climate sensitivity to CO2 be estimated from historical climate change?” by Gregory...

  • Thu, 1 Aug 19, 9:20am
    Jul 31, 2019: Noticed this as an unpublished draft from 2014. Not sure why I didn’t publish at the time. Neukom, lead author of PAGES (2019) was coauthor of Gergis’ papers....

  • Fri, 5 Jul 19, 1:33am
    Bellingcat’s Iggy Ostanin, [update: who Eliot Higgins says is now ex-Bellingcat]  recently claimed to have discovered that the nomenclature of Climategate-1 emails was based...

  • Fri, 5 Jul 19, 1:33am
    Bellingcat’s Iggy Ostanin recently claimed to have discovered that the nomenclature of Climategate-1 emails was based on Unix timestamps and that the nomenclature proved that...

  • Sat, 2 Feb 19, 7:56am
    A common opinion (e,g, Scott Adams) is that the “other proxies”, not just Mann’s stripbark bristlecone tree rings, establish Hockey Stick...
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The world's most viewed site on global warming and climate change

  • 3 hours ago
    From NASA April 3, 2020 Final assembly and testing of NASA’s Perseverance rover continues at Kennedy Space Center in Florida as the July launch window approaches...

  • 7 hours ago
    Junk science and scare stories stampede countries into taking drastic, unnecessary action Paul Driessen Some 40,000 children slave away in Chinese-operated Democratic Republic of Congo...

  • 11 hours ago
    Guest essay by Indur M. Goklany Don’t look just at deaths from coronavirus, look at cumulative deaths from comorbidities. Since most people dying from coronavirus also exhibit comorbidities,[1]...

  • 15 hours ago
    Guest “geoscientists without borders schist” by David Middleton NEWS 31 MARCH 2020Coronavirus lockdowns have changed the way Earth movesA reduction in seismic noise because...

  • 19 hours ago
    Experimental therapy might help people with serious COVID-19 complications Albert Einstein College of Medicine April 3, 2020–(BRONX, NY)– Montefiore Health System and Albert...

  • 23 hours ago
    Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw Since its beginnings, quantum mechanics hasn’t ceased to amaze us with its peculiarity, so difficult to understand...

  • one day ago
    From The Daily Caller Chris White Tech Reporter March 28, 2020 7:55 PM ET Gas prices are falling all over the United States, with some areas enjoying close to $1-per-gallon gasoline,...
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  • Curiouser and curiouser
    Fri, 7 Jun 19, 6:25pm
    While looking for something else, I came across an article in the Mail about the recent report on Net Zero from the Committee on Climate Change. Apparently, in order to reach...
  • Yesterday, the New York Times got rather upset over changes to President Trump’s climate policy, which it represented a hardening of his “attack on climate science”.
  • Toby's eyes have been opened
    Thu, 9 May 19, 7:28pm
    The journalist Toby Young has been looking at yesterday’s rather lurid story about biodiversity, and the claim that a million species are going to be lost if we don’t...
  • A reader posted this in the comments to the previous post. It's by an electrician in Melbourne, and describes some work he had done on the feasibility of installing EV charging points...
  • What will net zero cost?
    Fri, 3 May 19, 6:24pm
    Yesterday's CCC report was a masterpiece of bureaucratic obfuscation, with acres of verbiage and a generous sprinkling of buzzwords that was never entirely successful in obscuring a...
  • I have an article up at Think Scotland, on the subject of induced energy poverty WE HAVE JUST learned something of the human cost of the government’s increasingly absurd energy...
  • This was posted up at Reaction magazine earlier today.
    Tags: bbc
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A perfectly good civilization is going to waste...

  • 13 hours ago
    “A single treatment able to effect ∼5000-fold reduction in virus at 48h in cell culture.” –Caly et al 2020 It’s another day in freaky chemistry — researchers...

  • 13 hours ago
    “A single treatment able to effect ∼5000-fold reduction in virus at 48h in cell culture.” –Caly et al 2020 It’s another day in freaky chemistry — researchers...

  • 13 hours ago
    “A single treatment able to effect ∼5000-fold reduction in virus at 48h in cell culture.” –Caly et al 2020 It’s another day in freaky chemistry — researchers...

  • 2 days ago
    Ignore the mixed, junk messaging, if the WHO tells you not to wear a mask, that’s President Xi speaking. It’s a reason to wear one. We should all be wearing masks in public....

  • Fri, 3 Apr 20, 5:55pm
    Closed rooms with many people talking are hot-beds of infection. Invisible clouds of virus hang suspended in the air. Open the windows. Turn up the airflow. Wear masks. (Wear goggles...

  • Fri, 3 Apr 20, 5:32am
    Ancient technology wins: Not only are quarantine and isolation measures useful, they’re the best tools we have.
    Tags: global warming, health, coronavirus, virus

  • Fri, 3 Apr 20, 5:32am
    Ancient technology wins: Not only are quarantine and isolation measures useful, they’re the best tools we have.
    Tags: global warming, coronavirus, virus
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Because the world needs another opinion

  • Tue, 31 Mar 20, 4:22am
    I’m not sure why so many of one political party want to say that hydroxychloroquine azythromycin is only anecdotally effective.   Maybe they don’t know what that word...

  • Fri, 20 Mar 20, 3:17am
    Folks are reporting a 100% cure rate for the COVID-19.   FDA just released for public use due to administration pressure.
    Tags: uncategorized

  • Thu, 19 Mar 20, 11:54pm
    So there appears to be an extremely effective cure for the covid 19. It was discovered during the SARS days.  It turns out that SARS was first released in the Wubai provence and in...

  • Tue, 14 Jan 20, 12:37pm
    So have you ever wondered what climate “skeptic” blogs would sound like if global warming were strong? If it were, I can tell you this blog would say it loud and clear...

  • Thu, 2 Jan 20, 4:57am
    Neural networks have always been interesting to me.  Every thought, every imagination, every movement you make is driven by a chemical based network of neurons which are structured...

  • Wed, 18 Dec 19, 10:15am
    I’ve always written what I believe to be true.  It is a hallmark of the Air Vent that at the drop of a fact, my opinion will change.  I’ve demonstrated this so many times...

  • Thu, 12 Dec 19, 10:49pm
    Ross McKitrick and Steve McIntyre have written an article on the impact of climategate.  With Michael Mann’s fake defamation lawsuit in progress, it is particularly appropriate...
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Just don't tell me the debate's over…

  • Tue, 14 Jan 20, 12:02pm
    What will it take for sanity to return? Global cooling? Another Ice Age even? The climate lunatics would probably still blame human CO2 no matter what happens...

  • Sun, 12 Jan 20, 11:00am
    The Green Blob is guilty of shockingly cynical opportunism in relation to the bushfires. Bushfires are caused (or intensified) by numerous factors including arson, fuel management,...

  • Sat, 4 Jan 20, 6:23pm
    The desperation is palpable. As the public continues to reject the hysterical climate alarmism of the Green-Left, especially in connection with the current bushfires, the Silly Moaning...

  • Tue, 12 Nov 19, 8:15am
    Dear Greens, We know that you’re a bit intellectually challenged, but before you make another disgusting, opportunistic remark about the bushfires being linked to “lack...

  • Tue, 24 Sep 19, 1:24pm
    Climate “saviour” Greta Thunberg speaking at the UN overnight made for some extremely painful watching. It was painful not because of the apocalyptic message that she was...

  • Mon, 23 Sep 19, 2:43pm
    Most of the deluded kids on the climate “strikes” last week didn’t have a clue why they were there. Enthusiastically cheered on by the mainstream media, it was a cheeky...

  • Sat, 21 Sep 19, 10:40am
    The Conversation has always been heavily behind the alarmist side of the climate debate, and has featured in this blog many times in the past. Now however it has taken the extraordinary...
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CO2 is NOT the climate control knob

  • Thu, 13 Feb 20, 12:48pm
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  • Fri, 21 Jun 19, 6:26am
    "Consensus? 200+ New 2019 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism"No consensus: Only 0.3% of 11,944 climate papers from 1991-2011 found >50% of post 1950-warming...

  • Thu, 7 Mar 19, 12:34am
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  • Tue, 13 Sep 16, 11:23pm
    Gavin Schmidt and Richard Alley made some comments on extreme weather here. Dick Lindzen (via email) on cold and heat extremes:"Gavin and Alley both seem pretty ignorant. ...

  • Sat, 14 May 16, 5:19am
    Released May 13, 2016.  Press releaseFive PDFs, 190 pagesPages 1- 59Pages 60-102Pages 103-133Pages 134-178Pages 179-190Related post on Watts Up With ThatClick on this Twitter thread...

  • Sun, 12 Apr 15, 3:46am
    From this December 2014 LCV speech (17 min mark).President Obama and I went to the global climate conference in Copenhagen in 2009. We ran into a solid wall of opposition from...
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Startup and Technology News

  • Wed, 1 Apr 20, 10:43am
    Vericool, a Livermore, Calif.-based startup that’s replacing plastic coolers and packaging with plant-based products, has raised $19.1 million in a new round of financing. The...

  • Tue, 17 Mar 20, 2:39am
    Unfortunately, the world doesn’t have a constant quantity of problems, and while governments and most private businesses are focused on tackling the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,...

  • Fri, 13 Mar 20, 12:00am
    Before leaving SoftBank-backed Zume Pizza in November 2018, co-founder Julia Collins knew what her next move would be: climate-friendly food. Today, Collins is announcing Planet FWD’s ...

  • Thu, 12 Mar 20, 2:40am
    The European Commission has set out a plan to move towards a ‘right to repair’ for electronics devices, such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops...

  • Sun, 8 Mar 20, 4:46am
    GM is bringing back a strategy that once defined its success and reshaped America's automotive landscape.
    Tags: automotive, electric car, electric vehicle, tesla

  • Thu, 5 Mar 20, 8:41am
    Across the U.S., sustainable microgrids are emerging as a vital tool in the fight against climate change and increasingly common natural disasters.
    Tags: climate change, greentech, column, warburg pincus

  • Fri, 28 Feb 20, 7:20am
    The Citroën Ami is a new take on urban mobility. It’s electric, cheap and doesn’t require a license. In short, it’s less of a car and more of an electric scooter with two seats,...
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  • Tue, 2 Jul 19, 3:13am
    We present some business ideas for those of you who think that the future is greener than the present- we can think of some who don't ---. The advice is general and does not apply exclusively...

  • Tue, 30 Apr 19, 12:30am
    We use the tiger (this is a prime Siberian example) to show up our failure to conserve wild species, but while we monopolise all the food that animals require, we could remember that...

  • Wed, 5 Dec 18, 11:00am
    How can you describe the threats existing to species, both large and small? Using the highly-threatened primates, we can perhaps see how they have contrived to exist until the current...

  • Wed, 5 Dec 18, 11:00am
    How can you describe the threats existing to species, both large and small? Using the highly-threatened primates, we can perhaps see how they have contrived to exist until the current...

  • Wed, 12 Sep 18, 11:31pm
    What does that blue butterfly do when you are not watching. We still have to discover exactly how the Eurasian large blue exploits Myrmica ants, but many of its relatives are either...

  • Wed, 20 Jun 18, 6:35pm
    For several years, excitement has been building over the Atlantic presence of Manta birostris and Manta cf birostris/ this is the classification system trying to tell us of a potential...

  • Fri, 1 Jun 18, 10:10pm
    Ocean plastic pollution could triple in a decade without action by the ocean economy. TOMRA CEO Stefan Ranstrand responds to the UK Government’s Foresight Future of the Sea report...
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