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SkS Weekly Digest #3

Posted on 20 June 2011 by John Hartz

The week that was...

During the past week, the 12 articles listed below were posted by SkS authors. To access the complete article and its comment thread, click on the article title.

  • The Climate Show 14: volcanoes, black carbon and Christy crocks by John Cook
  • Linking Extreme Weather and Global Warming by Ann-Marie Blackburn 
  • Who's your expert? The difference between peer review and rhetoric*
  • CO2 Currently Rising Faster Than The PETM Extinction Event by Rob Painting
  • Our effect on the earth is real: how we’re geo-engineering the planet*
  • How would a Solar Grand Minimum affect global warming? by John Cook
  • Speaking science to climate policy*
  • The Planetary Greenhouse Engine Revisited by Chris Colose 
  • The greenhouse effect is real: here's why *
  • Climate change is real: an open letter from the scientific community*
  • Phil Jones - Warming Since 1995 is now Statistically Significant by Dana
  • Forecast: Permanently Hotter Summers in 20-60 years by Oslo
  •  *Articles reposted by John Cook from the Clearing up the Climate Debate series posted on The Conversation, an Australian webiste.

    A look ahead...

    SkS authors and guest authors never rest and are working to finalize the articles listed below -- most will be posted during the course of this week. 

    • IPCC Report on Renewables and McManufactured Controversy (Dana and MartinS)
    • Trouble Brewing in the North (Mark R)
    • The Last Interglacial - An Analogue for the Future? (Steve Brown)
    • A Detailed Look at Renewable Baseload Energy (Mark Diesendorf and Dana)
    • German Energy Priorities (Dana and Baerbel)
    • Introducing the Skeptical Science team (John Cook)

    In addition to the above, John Cook will repost a series of articles authored by eminent Australian scientists. These articles will initially be posted on The Conversation during the course of the week.

    SkS in the news...

    The Interactive History of Climate Science created by Paul D was discussed on GristClimate Progress, Science Progress, and DeSmogBlog.

    Dana's Examining Dr. John Christy's Global Warming Skepticism was re-posted on TreeHugger.

    If you peruse these articles and their comment threads are still open, you are encouraged to add your two cents to the discussion.

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