Category Archives: water

Obama was right! The sea levels are beginning to drop. A call to action.


In a campaign speech Jun 2 2008, in all humility candidate Obama said this: The journey will be difficult. The road will be long. I face this challenge with profound humility, and knowledge of my own limitations. But I also face it with limitless faith in the capacity of the American people. Because if we […]

Dihydrogen Monoxide, the main source of greenhouse gases. A Limerick.


UN climate kooks want to cripple US economy and ban H2O Some people will sign anything that includes phrases like, ”global effort,” “international community,” and “planetary.” Such was the case at COP 16, this year’s United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Cancun, Mexico. This year, CFACT students created two mock-petitions to test U.N. Delegates. […]

Sprinklers in private homes 2011. A Limerick


New regulations will force all new residential homes to be fit with sprinkler systems after Jan 1 2011. In the interest of safety it has been proposed Regulations for sprinklers; they are now disclosed. It costs a lot more. I ask you what for? So when you burn your toast you will also get hosed?

Save the Chesapeake Bay. A Limerick.


Last week we went down to Virginia Beach for four spectacular days. The weather was perfect, the surf was building day by day and I swam with the Dolphins! They came within 30 feet of me, a school of more than a dozen. Above the Blue Angels trained, first two, then four, then all six […]

2010 Atlantic Hurricane season, nowhere nearly as bad as they say.


2010 Atlantic Hurricane season, nowhere nearly as bad as they say. The predictions are in. There seems to be a rare agreement the hurricane season will be one of the most active on record, rivaling or even surpassing the year of Katrina. Well, they are hopefully all wrong, and here are the reasons why. Let […]

Climate change, cause and effect, Part 2


Climate change, cause and effect, Part 2   In part one, we examined the positive terms, and came up with an estimate of global warming from CO2  from pure physics, making elementary calculations. The value was about 1.2 degree Celsius by the year 2050. assuming a stable system with adequate negative feedback, but no secondary […]

Climate change, cause and effect, Part 1


Climate Change, cause and effect. Is it real? Part 1 (of 4) Intercourse, Pa, Oct 27, 2009 This morning I read an article in our local Newspaper, The Intelligencer Journal/New Era by Seth Borenstein via AP. The article states that Statisticians debunk Global Cooling. It says that global cooling is not true, and as proof […]

Climate change: It’s all in the clouds.


Climate change: It’s all in the clouds. “All sunshine makes a desert.” This is an old Arabic proverb. The Arabs should know. They have a lot of deserts and more desert land is added every year in the Muslim world. Is this due to global warming, or is it due to mismanagement of precious water […]

2009, the year of few hurricanes.


2009, the year of few hurricanes. I was just looking at the National Hurricane center and as so many times during this hurricane season it reads: “There are no tropical cyclones at this time”. This Is true for Atlantic – Caribbean Sea – Gulf of Mexico and Eastern Pacific (out to 140°W) The average June-August […]

The Green Land Greenland in the Arctic.


The Green Land Greenland in the Arctic. The Arctic is defined as the part of the globe above Latitude 66.5 (The Arctic circle). Besides water it contains land masses and islands of Russia, Siberia, Alaska, Canada, Scandinavia, and the islands Greenland, Iceland, Jan Mayen and Svalbard. The ice in the atctic consists of sea-ice, pack-ice, […]