Get in the Green Groove

Thursday, September 18, 2008

View from the North Pole

Would you like to see pictures from the North Pole? I found this website and it is very cool (no pun intended).  They even have a section that shows web cam animation. Check it out at: Arctic Theme Page.

Also, here is another page I found that is quite interesting. Icecap

I think it is so important to hear both sides of the story so everyone can m
ake up their own minds whether to believe of disbelieve our climate crisis. 

Here is what the Old Farmers Almanac has to say about the colder temperatures coming. 

Also, if you heard the hype about the arctic sea ice disappearing this summer you will be happy to know they (NSIDC) now report that the sea ice has now stopped melting and that it is UP from last year. They won't make a big point to that though because they don't like the results. See their title to the story. "Arctic Sea Ice Now Second-Lowest on Record." Don't you think it should read "Good News! Arctic Sea Ice Melt Up From Last Year!" That should be great news, shouldn't it? 

Weird just weird. 

Thursday, September 4, 2008

What now, Global Cooling?

Come on! Do we even have this thing figured out!

The sun makes history! It's first spotless month in a century! Does this mean we are headed for a global cooling? Read this report and see what is happening that has scientists stumped! Daily Tech

We are all just a bunch of idiots down here thinking we can figure this thing out. We have no clue. Plus, if we are the cause to global warming, by our CO2 admissions, why are other planets warming as well? hummmm. Warming of other planets Could it possibly be something bigger than us in charge?

Why not take a look at water vapor? This is what happens when you add water vapor into the equation of what is causing the "Greenhouse effect". By the way, have you ever stepped into a greenhouse? Quite warm and humid eh? Funny how the US Dept. of energy excludes it.

Role of Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases
(man-made and natural) as a % of Relative
Contribution to the "Greenhouse Effect"
Based on concentrations (ppb) adjusted for heat retention characteristics Percent of Total Percent of Total --adjusted for water vapor
Water vapor ----- 95.000%
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 72.369% 3.618%
Methane (CH4) 7.100% 0.360%
Nitrous oxide (N2O) 19.000% 0.950%
CFC's (and other misc. gases) 1.432% 0.072%
Total 100.000% 100.00

Take a look at the whole study. A closer look at water vapor

This is just crazy to think that we have so much control over this.