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The Weekly Carboholic: OCO satellite lost, GOSAT gets "first light"

February 25, 2009


OCO satellite lost, GOSAT gets “first light” Scientists suggest burying carbon with crop residues in the deep ocean Reversing urban flight required to cut transportation carbon emissions Track your region’s CO2 emissions on Google Earth Economists generally agree on climate disruption effects Coal ash affects hundreds of communities nationwide On February 23, NASA’s newest satellite […]

TunesDay: I know what God thinks…

February 12, 2009

5 Dr. Slammy was kind enough to put up a post earlier today that shows just how un-Christian people who call themselves Christians can actually be. And then I happened to be listening to my favorite Goth crooner, Voltaire, when one of my favorite songs came on: “God Thinks”, from Voltaire’s Almost Human album. Enjoy. […]

U.S. offshores 15% of its carbon emissions, not 20% as originally stated

February 6, 2009


Two weeks ago, I published a post that claimed that the U.S. had offshored just over 18% of its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. I was wrong – it’s only 15%. The problem was in how I calculated the CO2 emissions of other countries. Instead of using actual estimates of CO2 emissions (publicly available at the […]

The Weekly Carboholic: Pew poll says climate lowest priority, but results are curious

February 4, 2009


Pew poll says climate lowest priority, but results are curious Talking heads continue to confuse weather for climate Study says some climate changes cannot be reversed NOAA research jet measures greenhouse gases around the Pacific Study says oceans to dissolve much less oxygen Waste heat to eventually overwhelm greenhouse gases New magnets may replace HFC […]