European Temperatures Dataset Updated
Jul03

European Temperatures Dataset Updated

Luigi Mariani has just updated our Dataset of the European Temperatures. The covered period now spans from 1655 to 2015. Tha comment has been updated too. Go to this page to see it. Share this:ShareWhatsAppTweetShare on...

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Cheerfulness, the end of the world recedes
Nov29

Cheerfulness, the end of the world recedes

It’s time to party. At this time, in the French armored capital, the great and the good are starting to pose for the flashes and then discuss with the firm intention to agree on the following agenda: Defeat terrorism Permanently delete world hunger Put an end to any kind of armed conflict Turn all the weapons factories in chocolate factories Delete all kinds of social and economic inequality Would you like to huh? And yet...

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In the land of windmills electric cars run on coal
Nov27

In the land of windmills electric cars run on coal

The fact that in the Netherlands there were the windmills and in our country there were watermills is probably no accident. Constantly exposed to the westerlies, the intense western flow that blow in from the Atlantic towards Europe, the Netherlands is a country with a strong wind power potential. Proof of this is the fact that production both inland and off-shore by the end of 2014 reached a production of just under 3GW, just over...

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When did weather become pathological?
Nov25

When did weather become pathological?

When did weather become pathological? This seemingly trivial question, but instead very interesting, I caught in a retweet of Roger Pielke Sr: Interesting questions posed-“When did we” pathologize “weather? When did commonplace weather become abnormal? “https://t.co/pvpX4TlONw — Roger a. Pielke Sr (@RogerAPielkeSr) 20 November 2015 If the source is that fabius maximus, blogger columnist at 360 degrees that...

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We don’t need no education!
Nov21

We don’t need no education!

It ended the day before yesterday in Rome at FAO headquarters the Science Symposium on Climate. The initiative, which culminated in the issuance of a choral statement, speaks in virtually all of our pages. So, instead of adding more, I thought I’d give it a soundtrack. You can choose, read the statement or listening to music. Have a nice weekend. Share this:ShareWhatsAppTweetShare on...

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Ice and rising sea levels, for once it is not worse than expected
Nov21

Ice and rising sea levels, for once it is not worse than expected

The Antarctic Peninsula, on the Western side of the continent, is the only part of the far southern hemisphere where ice is rapidly declining. A possible collapse of the WAIS, West Antarctic Ice Sheet, it says would give a strong contribution to sea-level rise. So, in the face of projections that in connection with the more pejorative emission scenarios go in the direction of a rise in sea levels of just less than one meter...

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