Gulf Coast Hurricane Tracker

A single source reference on tropical weather predictions. With a traditional focus on the upper Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast we've maintained links to track all Atlantic Basin, Caribbean and eastern Pacific storm systems. We are now expanding our view to tropical storms throughout the world intending to be a comprehensive global storm tracking resource.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

In Ancient Fossils, Seeds of a New Debate on Warming

Click here for a rather good article from the New York Times discussing the evidence that is appearing that brings into question the role of carbon dioxide in global warming. I find it interestign the comments that are made by some regarding "hurting the cause" and that certain data is ignored while developing the climate models even thought there is no basis for accepting some data and rejecting other data. This article really shows the bias in the man-made global warming alarmists and that their agenda is obvious. They don't care about any evidence or facts unless it supports their position. At least the UN IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) is starting to recognize that the climate is much more complex that the alarmists are claiming and is starting to include data and analysis that may refute the CO2 linkage, and hense the human induced portion, of climate change.

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