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Global Warming

Scientific documentation and ramifications of global warming from both human as well as natural causes.


  • What's Up with the Weather: Global Warming - PBS' NOVA/Frontline educational site addresses the debate, evidence in the ice, what would be submerged, fossil fuel alternatives
  • Consensus on Global Warming - Science Magazine analyzed the last ten years of published scientific articles on the subject of global climate change.  Of the 928 papers, 75% accepted that global warming was caused by human activities. 25% made no mention either way. Not a single paper asserted otherwise." (Slashdot; Dec. 8, 2004)
  • Climate Talks Bring Bush's Policy to Fore - Scientific sleuths trying to understand the extent of global climate change -- and finger the culprits -- have come up with several important new clues.  (Washington Post; Dec. 5, 2004)
  • Global Warming consequences heads list of year's top 100 discoveries - Global warming topped the 2004 list compiled by Discover magazine's Year in Science issue, Jan. 2005. (PhysOrg; Dec. 13, 2004)
  • Shutdown of circulation pattern could be disastrous - Researches predict that if global warming shuts down the thermohaline circulation in the North Atlantic Ocean, the result could be catastrophic climate change. (PhysOrg; Dec. 13, 2004)

Individual Reports

  • How Global Warming Can Lead To A Big Chill - Scientists publish evidence to support a popular theory that rising temperatures caused a big melt of polar ice 8,200 years ago, causing a freshwater flood into the salty North Atlantic. (Reuters; Dec. 3, 2004) (Torbjorn Tornqvist, Geophysical Research Letters; Dec. 11, 2004)
  • NASA study finds glacier doing double time - The world's fastest glacier, Greenland's Jakobshavn Isbrae, doubled its speed of ice flow between 1997 and 2003. The study provides key evidence of newly discovered relationships between ice sheets, sea level rise and climate warming. (PhysOrg; Dec. 1, 2004)
  • Drought's growing reach - The percentage of Earth's land area stricken by serious drought more than doubled from the 1970s to the early 2000s, according to the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). (PhysOrg; Jan. 13, 2005)
  • New stratosphere temperature data support global warming conclusion from earlier study - Earlier interpretation of temperature data from satellites claimed that, on average, the lower atmosphere is getting warmer as fast as the Earth's surface, supported by new research. (PhysOrg; Nov. 29, 2004)
  • Global warming's impact on U.S. plants, animals - Published study looks at 50 years, noting changes in behaviors that bespeak increased temperatures and their effect on the habitat. (PhysOrg; Nov. 8, 2004)
  • A deep sea hydrocarbon factory - A team of University of Minnesota scientists has discovered how iron- and chromium-rich rocks can generate natural gas (methane) and related hydrocarbons when reacted with superheated fluids circulating deep beneath the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Because the process is completely nonbiological, the hydrocarbons could have been a source of "food" for some of the first organisms to inhabit the Earth. Also, methane is a potent greenhouse gas, and this process may have contributed to global warming early in geologic time. (PhysOrg; Dec. 12, 2004)
  • Arctic Melting Fast - Scientists have determined that the ice in Greenland and the Arctic is melting so rapidly that much of it could be gone by the end of the century.  Estimate includes projection of greenhouse gasses. (ZPEnergy; Nov. 9, 2004)
  • Arctic melt accelerates - A thaw of the Arctic icecap is accelerating because of global warming.  Nations in the region are deadlocked about how to stop it. (CNN; Nov. 2)
  • Global warming and storms - Bush administration appears in contradiction to U.S. Govt. document that says, "The strongest hurricanes in the present climate may be upstaged by even more intense hurricanes over the next century as the Earth's climate is warmed by increasing levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere." (Sun Sentinel; Florida; Sept. 11, 2004)
  • Climate research breakthrough regarding atmospheric carbon dioxide levels over time - A long standing puzzle regarding the fate of carbon stored in the world’s soils, has now apparently been resolved. Climate warming may be occurring even faster than previously recognized. (PhysOrg; Jan. 20, 2005)
  • Melting ice lets ship set record - New Zealand crew of a polar research ship say it has ventured further south than any other ship because of melting sea ice. (Australian, New Zealand - Jan. 31, 2005)

Reports of Non-Human Factors

  • Massive Stores of Methane Sequestered in Melting Artic Ice - Elevation of global temperature by around 10 degrees would set off a chain reaction of warming and overwhelm the air ratios, leaving the earth nearly uninhabitable. (ZPEnergy; Dec. 16, 2004)
  • Methane Could Be Far Worse Than Carbon Dioxide - Methane gas, abundantly trapped as a half frozen slush in the northern hemisphere's tundra permafrost regions and at the bottom of the sea may well be a ticking time bomb, says geologist John Atcheson. (NewMediaExplorer; Feb. 1, 2005)
  • Major climate change of 5,200 years ago could repeat itself - Glaciologist Lonnie Thompson, who has spent his career collecting core samples from ice fields from around the world, believes he may have found clues of cyclical patterns that have important implications to modern society.  (PhysOrg; Dec. 16, 2004)
  • Ancient Global Warming Disaster - An ancient version of global warming may have been to blame for the greatest mass extinction in Earth's history 250 million years ago. (CBS; Jan. 20, 2005)


  • Extreme Weather Will Kill Millions - Climate change from global warming a massive threat to life on earth says a British scientist. (ZPEnergy; Sept. 9, 2004)
  • Global warming seen as security threat - Forced migrations due to cataclysmic climate changes may top terrorism.  (Reuters; Oct. 24, 2004)
  • Global Warming Exposes Arctic to Oil, Gas Drilling - (Yahoo News; Nov. 8, 2004) [wrong idea!]
  • Big money enters global warming battle - Swiss Re, the world's second-largest reinsurance company, recently warned that the costs of natural disasters caused by global warming is threatening humanity with a catastrophe of its own making. (ZPEnergy; July 5, 2004)
  • Global Warning On Global Warming - Scientists warn that a long-term, 4Ί increase in the average global temperature could threaten Latin American water supplies, reduce food yields in Asia and result in a rise in extreme weather conditions in the Caribbean. (AP/CBS; Argentina; Dec. 14, 2004)
  • Will Rising Seas Swamp Some Small Island States? - "...The sea could overflow the heavily populated coastlines of such countries as Bangladesh, cause the disappearance of some nations entirely (such as the island state of the Maldives), foul freshwater supplies for billions of people and spur mass migrations," (Reuters; Jan. 10, 2004)
  • Rising sea levels threaten coastal properties - As many as 100,000 homes around Scotland’s coastline finding themselves at risk from exceptionally high tides.  Real estate values plummeting. (Scotland on Sunday, UK; Jan. 30, 2005)


In addition to finding non-polluting energy solutions, which is what we are doing here.

  • Greenhouse gasses can be mitigated by tree planting and insect control - Scientists report. (PhysOrg; Dec. 13, 2004)


  • Global Warming Bombshell - A key piece of evidence linking human activity to climate change turns out to be an artifact of poor mathematics. (MIT Technology Review; Oct. 15, 2004)
  • Winds, ice motion root cause of decline in sea ice, not warmer temperatures - U. of Washington researchers say extreme changes in the Arctic Oscillation in the early 1990s -- and not warmer temperatures of recent years -- are largely responsible for declines in how much sea ice covers the Arctic Ocean. (PhysOrg; Dec. 14, 2004)


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Last updated February 03, 2005



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