Monthly Archives: December 2011

Cancelled November Global Warming Meeting Rescheduled

MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT (Cancelled November Global Warming Meeting Rescheduled) WHAT: The much talked about Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) meeting on anthropogenic (human caused) global warming has been rescheduled! Come take a look at the science, both the logic … Continue reading

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Collapse Of The Green-Energy Bubble

Climate policy and energy policy are inextricably linked. Terence Corcoran has been writing about both issues for a long time. Terence Corcoran: Collapse Of The Green-Energy Bubble Financial Post, 15 December 2011 German solar insolvency is latest sign of collapse … Continue reading

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Record-setting Year in Portland

Steve Pierce has published another great climate piece, shown in its entirety below. Thanks, Steve! All-Time Weather Record To Be Broken Steve Pierce President, Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society Oregon AMS web site: http://www.ametsoc.org/chapters/oregon/ E-mail: stevejpierce@comcast.net Phone: 503-504-2075 Disclaimer: Permission … Continue reading

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Extreme High Pressure in the Northwest

Great info from Steve Pierce of the Portland AMS: (Thursday, December 1st 2011) — Are you feeling the pressure today, literally? If so, you are not alone. As of 9:00AM PT the Portland International Airport has recorded a maximum barometric … Continue reading

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