Monthly Archives: June 2016

Climate Barstool, Leg One

Climate Barstool LEG One: Zero Fossil Fuel Emissions // Published on Jun 16, 2016 In order to stabilize our climate system and avoid utter devastation of our societies we need to deploy my metaphorical Three-legged Barstool with extreme urgency. Here I discuss … Continue reading

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New Podcast: Melting Arctic and Effect on Gulf Stream

One of Paul’s very best.  This is five out of four stars on the Paul-O-meter.  And for those of you who might not yet have seen, Wolfgang Werminghausen has been producing excellent podcasts, often in English and uniquely so, alternating … Continue reading

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Arctic Snow and Ice. Will They Stay or Will They Go?

Published on Jun 12, 2016 Arctic sea ice extent, area and volume are at record lows this year. Will we have another record low year, or will conditions stabilize? What about Arctic snow cover? I discuss the present state of … Continue reading

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Trip to Kansas, Extreme Weather Increasing by Factor of Ten to Twenty

Rampant weather change all of the world.  So much to tell and share and speak of: As Wolfgang Werminghausen posted today:  ‘Extreme weather events accumulate all over the world, such as here in Germany: thunderstorms, storms, torrential rains. Professor Paul … Continue reading

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