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The latest newsflash is that Exxon scientists researched man-made global warming as early as the 1970s, found it to be a likely threat, and told management. But Exxon’s management responded by keeping the science under wraps and spending tens of … Continue reading
South Carolina was the hardest hit of all the Atlantic coastal states affected by the massive storm system that was exacerbated by Hurricane Joaquin. Massive flooding took the lives of 19 South Carolinians and 6 others, demolished homes and buildings, … Continue reading
It has been a year since Rick Piltz passed away. At GAP we miss him profoundly. We were not prepared for his sudden departure, of course. The antidote to our feeling of loss has been to work as hard and … Continue reading
Happy New Year from Climate Science Watch to all our thousands of ‘unique visitors’ (webstats term) from the US and around the world, and best wishes for the coming year as we begin again. Occupy 2012.
Steve Earle in the spirit of Occupy the holiday season, with a song he wrote after the 1996 election.
… and best wishes for 2011 to all our ‘unique visitors’ from around the world. Something to help elevate above the banality of much of what passes for politics in Washington, D.C., and public discourse in the U.S. today: