Archive | May, 2012

Meet Romney’s-and Obama’s-Climate Change Advisor

That was then. As with his positions on other hot button issues, Romney’s stance on global warming shifted after he started making plans to enter the 2008 presidential race. He went from stating that global warming is real and “human activity is a contributing factor” to declaring “we don’t know what’s causing climate change.” So […]

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Heavy ice could delay start of Shell Alaska’s Arctic drilling

phys.org The heaviest polar ice in more than a decade could postpone the start of offshore oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean until the beginning of August, a delay of up to two weeks, Shell Alaska officials said. Unveiling a newly refurbished ice-class rig that is poised to begin drilling two exploratory wells this summer […]

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Minnesota “Drought Floods”

The government forecasters (NOAA) claims we’re in a long term moderate to severe drought LINK HERE here is Minnesota. But the reality is quite different. Most of the “Moderate to Severe Long Term drought areas have seen 200% to 600% of “normal” rainfall over last 30 days.

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