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Irregular Climate Episode 21

Posted on 12 July 2011 by dana1981

Christy Crocks (200 x 70 pixels)Dan Moutal has published Episode 21 of Irregular Climate. This episode, he looks at German nukes, safety nukes, underwater nukes and jelly nukes, another pseudo-scandal in a teapot, the true cost of gas, GHG emissions reaching record breaking levels and the weather going berserk while crazy deniers predict an ice age, the disgusting harassment of scientists, the dead Kyoto protocol, and a delicious dose of Irony.

This episode includes an interview with Dana Nuccitelli (dana1981) regarding the Christy Crocks Series.  The interview discusses the various arguments Christy has made in his effort to advance an alternative hypothesis to the man-made global warming theory, and the fact that as with his climate science arguments, Christy's climate economics arguments fly against the expert opinion and lack supporting evidence.

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NYU IPI survey results when asked under what circumstances the USA should reduce its emissions

As always, an interesting Irregular Climate covering a wide variety of climate-related subjects.

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