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[Human fingerprints:]
Stefan Rahmstorf @rahmstorf 09 Mar 2019 14:45Z
Replying to @PeterGleick @STWorg
How big is the human contribution to global warming? Look no further than
the current, official, thoroughly peer-reviewed US National Climate
Assessment. Slightly more than 100%. pic.twitter.com/FxSnZU0NIo

Deke Arndt @DekeArndt 12 Feb 2019 3:05 PM
One substantially underappreciated 21st century emergence in the US #climate
system - on monthly and longer timescales - is how minimum (overnight) temps
are outwarming maximum (afternoon) temps. Defo expected, but still - wow.
I'll dissect this GIF downthread. pic.twitter.com/lDER6dzg3C
<Loading Image...>

Zack Labe @ZLabe 25 Jan 2019 04:15Z
"This translates to a likely human contribution of 92%-123% of the observed
1951-2010 change. The likely contributions of natural forcing and internal
variability to global temperature change over that period are minor (high
confidence)." https://science2017.globalchange.gov/chapter/executive-summary/
pic.twitter.com/btfXFsGAcl
<Loading Image...>

Horatio Wildman @HSWildman Feb 11
It's amazing that global temperature is so closely following the 1966
prediction of S. Manabe and R.T. Wetherald that #global_temperature would
increase by 2.36 times the base 2 logarithm of atmospheric CO2.
journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.117# pic.twitter.com/EraFBshmti
[CO2 model vs global temps:]
<Loading Image...>

Low elevation forests finding it more difficult to regrow after fires due to
climate change
phys.org/Environment, 12 Mar 2019 13:00Z
A team of researchers from the University of Montana, the University of
Colorado and the US Forest Service has found evidence that suggests
low-elevation forests have difficult recoveries after forest fires due to
climate ...

Al Jazeera Weather @AJEWeather 12 Mar 2019 13:12Z
Clean-up operation gets underway in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal following
deadly flooding

Climate change could devastate painted turtles, according to new study
phys.org/Plants & Animals Ecology, 12 Mar 2019 13:23Z
An Iowa State University biologist is sounding the alarm for the painted
turtle, one of many reptiles for which climate change could prove
particularly threatening.

Researchers find trapdoor in SwissVote election system
phys.org/Security, 12 Mar 2019 13:59Z
A team of researchers have examined the source code published as part of the
SwissPost e-voting system, provided by Scytl, and discovered a cryptographic
trapdoor.

Animal carcasses were source of river nutrients
phys.org, 12 Mar 2019
Hundreds of years ago, when the number of animals roaming North America was
much higher than it is today, decomposing animal carcasses may have played a
substantial role in adding nutrients to the continent's rivers and streams. ...

First flight success for drone-sized electric aircraft
phys.org, 12 Mar 2019
If fully electric regional passenger jets someday fly from Cleveland to
Atlanta, aviation historians will likely point out that the first successful
in-air test of the battery technology making it possible happened on a
frozen ...

[Success!]
Legal advice shatters Theresa May's chances of Brexit vote success
ABC News, 13 Mar 2019
The British Prime Minister appears hours from another humiliating defeat
after legal advice suggests her Brexit deal could lead to the UK remaining
tied to the European Union indefinitely.

Donald Trump says planes are 'too complex to fly' in wake of Ethiopian
Airlines crash
ABC News, 13 Mar 2019
The President tweets about the glory days before it took
"scientists from MIT" to fly a plane, as a growing list of nations boycott
the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.

Shareholders win out over workers from corporate revenue windfall
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019 09:14Z
The recent corporate reporting season shows shareholders have received a
much greater dividend from corporate revenue growth than the companies'
workers, analysts say.

Japan trade commissioner fixed $700 bathhouse massages for MPs, CCC says
ABC News, 12 Mar 2019 09:16Z
WA's commissioner in Tokyo is sacked after the Corruption and Crime
Commission finds he engaged in a decade of corruption which cost taxpayers
more than $500,000, including organising bathhouse massages for 2 Liberal MPs.

Consumers urged to 'look local' as Tasmanian icon set to close
ABC News, 12 Mar 2019 09:17Z
Prominent Tasmanian retailer Coogans is set to close its doors at the end of
June, marking the end of a chain that has been a Tasmanian institution for
more than a century.

EPA head rules out future negotiations with California over car emissions
The Hill, 12 Mar 2019 16:20Z
Newly confirmed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief Andrew Wheeler
blamed politics Mon in ruling out any reopening of talks between the Trump ...

Toyota Will Land a Rover on the Moon in 2029
PCMag, 12 Mar 2019 16:23Z
Toyota, with the help of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA),
intends to allow 2 astronauts to go for an extended joy ride on the Moon
10 years ...

Without federal help, local govts are trying to save coal
Ars Technica, 12 Mar 2019 17:19Z
Deals to purchase failing coal plants have different results around the country.

<https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-13/climate-data-reveals-australias-worst-affected-regions/10892710>
Extreme weather: Australia's insurance red zones set to expand
ABC/Digital Story Innovation Team, 12 Mar 2019 19:07Z
Extreme weather in some of the country's worst-affected regions is now twice
as common as usual. Explore the data to see the risk to your area.

NWS @NWS 12 Mar 2019 19:15Z
Replying to @NWS
One example of the expected river flooding, is this forecast for Brownsville,
Nebraska, along the Missouri River. Notice the near-record crest there is
currently forecast to occur Sun evening. Check other points at
go.usa.gov/xEAJR pic.twitter.com/GUmYOcH50e

Exxon, Chevron planning big expansions in shale drilling, a move which could
shake up the industry
CNBC, 11 Mar 2019
Big oil is getting even bigger in shale, and that could speed up a shakeout
among independents and force more mergers and joint ventures.

VW says it accelerates plan for 22 mn electric vehicles in 10 yrs as
part of decarbonization plan
Electrek, 12 Mar 2019 13:10Z
Volkswagen announced today its intention to accelerate its electrification
effort as part of its decarbonization plan by adding 20 more "electric models"
to its ...

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2019-03-13 04:06:42 UTC
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
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"The hard reality is that coal-fired power plants have simply become too
expensive to operate compared to natural gas and renewable energy. Indeed,
building and running new wind and solar farms is now cheaper than just running
existing coal plants in many places."
columbiaaccidentinvestigation
2019-03-13 04:28:50 UTC
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<https://thinkprogress.org/republicans-socialism-coal-c319a2ece149/>
--
18 Mar 2019 Global SOTC NOAA
08 Apr 2019 2019Q1 $bn disasters NOAA
[Human fingerprints:]
How big is the human contribution to global warming? Look no further than
the current, official, thoroughly peer-reviewed US National Climate
Assessment. Slightly more than 100%. pic.twitter.com/FxSnZU0NIo
One substantially underappreciated 21st century emergence in the US #climate
system - on monthly and longer timescales - is how minimum (overnight) temps
are outwarming maximum (afternoon) temps. Defo expected, but still - wow.
I'll dissect this GIF downthread. pic.twitter.com/lDER6dzg3C
<https://pbs.twimg.com/tweet_video_thumb/DzPaEUUWoAA9sB2.jpg>
"This translates to a likely human contribution of 92%-123% of the observed
1951-2010 change. The likely contributions of natural forcing and internal
variability to global temperature change over that period are minor (high
confidence)." https://science2017.globalchange.gov/chapter/executive-summary/
pic.twitter.com/btfXFsGAcl
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DxuqzITVAAU8Ro8.jpg>
It's amazing that global temperature is so closely following the 1966
prediction of S. Manabe and R.T. Wetherald that #global_temperature would
increase by 2.36 times the base 2 logarithm of atmospheric CO2.
journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.117# pic.twitter.com/EraFBshmti
[CO2 model vs global temps:]
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DzJSptNXcAIJGos.jpg>
Low elevation forests finding it more difficult to regrow after fires due to
climate change
phys.org/Environment, 12 Mar 2019 13:00Z
A team of researchers from the University of Montana, the University of
Colorado and the US Forest Service has found evidence that suggests
low-elevation forests have difficult recoveries after forest fires due to
climate ...
Clean-up operation gets underway in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal following
deadly flooding
Climate change could devastate painted turtles, according to new study
phys.org/Plants & Animals Ecology, 12 Mar 2019 13:23Z
An Iowa State University biologist is sounding the alarm for the painted
turtle, one of many reptiles for which climate change could prove
particularly threatening.
Researchers find trapdoor in SwissVote election system
phys.org/Security, 12 Mar 2019 13:59Z
A team of researchers have examined the source code published as part of the
SwissPost e-voting system, provided by Scytl, and discovered a cryptographic
trapdoor.
Animal carcasses were source of river nutrients
phys.org, 12 Mar 2019
Hundreds of years ago, when the number of animals roaming North America was
much higher than it is today, decomposing animal carcasses may have played a
substantial role in adding nutrients to the continent's rivers and streams. ...
First flight success for drone-sized electric aircraft
phys.org, 12 Mar 2019
If fully electric regional passenger jets someday fly from Cleveland to
Atlanta, aviation historians will likely point out that the first successful
in-air test of the battery technology making it possible happened on a
frozen ...
[Success!]
Legal advice shatters Theresa May's chances of Brexit vote success
ABC News, 13 Mar 2019
The British Prime Minister appears hours from another humiliating defeat
after legal advice suggests her Brexit deal could lead to the UK remaining
tied to the European Union indefinitely.
Donald Trump says planes are 'too complex to fly' in wake of Ethiopian
Airlines crash
ABC News, 13 Mar 2019
The President tweets about the glory days before it took
"scientists from MIT" to fly a plane, as a growing list of nations boycott
the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
Shareholders win out over workers from corporate revenue windfall
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019 09:14Z
The recent corporate reporting season shows shareholders have received a
much greater dividend from corporate revenue growth than the companies'
workers, analysts say.
Japan trade commissioner fixed $700 bathhouse massages for MPs, CCC says
ABC News, 12 Mar 2019 09:16Z
WA's commissioner in Tokyo is sacked after the Corruption and Crime
Commission finds he engaged in a decade of corruption which cost taxpayers
more than $500,000, including organising bathhouse massages for 2 Liberal MPs.
Consumers urged to 'look local' as Tasmanian icon set to close
ABC News, 12 Mar 2019 09:17Z
Prominent Tasmanian retailer Coogans is set to close its doors at the end of
June, marking the end of a chain that has been a Tasmanian institution for
more than a century.
EPA head rules out future negotiations with California over car emissions
The Hill, 12 Mar 2019 16:20Z
Newly confirmed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief Andrew Wheeler
blamed politics Mon in ruling out any reopening of talks between the Trump ...
Toyota Will Land a Rover on the Moon in 2029
PCMag, 12 Mar 2019 16:23Z
Toyota, with the help of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA),
intends to allow 2 astronauts to go for an extended joy ride on the Moon
10 years ...
Without federal help, local govts are trying to save coal
Ars Technica, 12 Mar 2019 17:19Z
Deals to purchase failing coal plants have different results around the country.
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-13/climate-data-reveals-australias-worst-affected-regions/10892710>
Extreme weather: Australia's insurance red zones set to expand
ABC/Digital Story Innovation Team, 12 Mar 2019 19:07Z
Extreme weather in some of the country's worst-affected regions is now twice
as common as usual. Explore the data to see the risk to your area.
One example of the expected river flooding, is this forecast for Brownsville,
Nebraska, along the Missouri River. Notice the near-record crest there is
currently forecast to occur Sun evening. Check other points at
go.usa.gov/xEAJR pic.twitter.com/GUmYOcH50e
Exxon, Chevron planning big expansions in shale drilling, a move which could
shake up the industry
CNBC, 11 Mar 2019
Big oil is getting even bigger in shale, and that could speed up a shakeout
among independents and force more mergers and joint ventures.
VW says it accelerates plan for 22 mn electric vehicles in 10 yrs as
part of decarbonization plan
Electrek, 12 Mar 2019 13:10Z
Volkswagen announced today its intention to accelerate its electrification
effort as part of its decarbonization plan by adding 20 more "electric models"
to its ...
Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation
NYSE: COG - 12 Mar, 3:46 pm GMT-4
25.50 USD +0.60 (2.43%) *** up 2.4% ***
Whitehaven Coal Ltd
ASX: WHC - 12 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
4.42 AUD +0.050 (1.14%) *** up 1.1% ***
BHP Group Ltd
ASX: BHP - 12 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
36.91 AUD +0.39 (1.07%) *** up 1.1% ***
Woodside Petroleum Limited
ASX: WPL - 12 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
34.96 AUD +0.26 (0.75%) up
Peabody Energy Corporation
NYSE: BTU - 12 Mar, 3:46 pm GMT-4
29.08 USD +0.15 (0.50%) up
Suncor Energy Inc.
TSE: SU - 12 Mar, 3:34 pm GMT-4
44.40 CAD +0.19 (0.43%) up
TC PIPELINES LP Common Stock
TSE: TRP - 12 Mar, 3:34 pm GMT-4
60.47 CAD +0.24 (0.40%) up
Exxon Mobil Corporation
NYSE: XOM - 12 Mar, 3:46 pm GMT-4
80.09 USD +0.30 (0.38%) up
BP plc
NYSE: BP - 12 Mar, 3:47 pm GMT-4
42.49 USD +0.15 (0.35%) up
Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd
TSE: KML - 12 Mar, 3:34 pm GMT-4
15.72 CAD +0.050 (0.32%) up
Chevron Corporation
NYSE: CVX - 12 Mar, 3:47 pm GMT-4
123.98 USD +0.33 (0.27%) up
Gazprom PAO
MCX: GAZP - 12 Mar, 4:54 pm GMT+3
151.52 RUB -0.080 (0.053%) even
ConocoPhillips
NYSE: COP - 12 Mar, 3:47 pm GMT-4
65.60 USD -0.28 (0.43%) down
[Bringing up the rear again:]
NK Rosneft' PAO
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things are getting interesting with nuclear fuel supply, for some odd reason the trump administration stopped construction of a megaton to megawatts facility.

Meanwhile workers during the shutdown were brought back so the interior department could set up "Region-wide Oil and Gas Lease Sale 252" set on march 20th
columbiaaccidentinvestigation
2019-03-13 04:46:20 UTC
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
<https://thinkprogress.org/republicans-socialism-coal-c319a2ece149/>
--
18 Mar 2019 Global SOTC NOAA
08 Apr 2019 2019Q1 $bn disasters NOAA
[Human fingerprints:]
How big is the human contribution to global warming? Look no further than
the current, official, thoroughly peer-reviewed US National Climate
Assessment. Slightly more than 100%. pic.twitter.com/FxSnZU0NIo
One substantially underappreciated 21st century emergence in the US #climate
system - on monthly and longer timescales - is how minimum (overnight) temps
are outwarming maximum (afternoon) temps. Defo expected, but still - wow.
I'll dissect this GIF downthread. pic.twitter.com/lDER6dzg3C
<https://pbs.twimg.com/tweet_video_thumb/DzPaEUUWoAA9sB2.jpg>
"This translates to a likely human contribution of 92%-123% of the observed
1951-2010 change. The likely contributions of natural forcing and internal
variability to global temperature change over that period are minor (high
confidence)." https://science2017.globalchange.gov/chapter/executive-summary/
pic.twitter.com/btfXFsGAcl
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DxuqzITVAAU8Ro8.jpg>
It's amazing that global temperature is so closely following the 1966
prediction of S. Manabe and R.T. Wetherald that #global_temperature would
increase by 2.36 times the base 2 logarithm of atmospheric CO2.
journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.117# pic.twitter.com/EraFBshmti
[CO2 model vs global temps:]
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DzJSptNXcAIJGos.jpg>
Low elevation forests finding it more difficult to regrow after fires due to
climate change
phys.org/Environment, 12 Mar 2019 13:00Z
A team of researchers from the University of Montana, the University of
Colorado and the US Forest Service has found evidence that suggests
low-elevation forests have difficult recoveries after forest fires due to
climate ...
Clean-up operation gets underway in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal following
deadly flooding
Climate change could devastate painted turtles, according to new study
phys.org/Plants & Animals Ecology, 12 Mar 2019 13:23Z
An Iowa State University biologist is sounding the alarm for the painted
turtle, one of many reptiles for which climate change could prove
particularly threatening.
Researchers find trapdoor in SwissVote election system
phys.org/Security, 12 Mar 2019 13:59Z
A team of researchers have examined the source code published as part of the
SwissPost e-voting system, provided by Scytl, and discovered a cryptographic
trapdoor.
Animal carcasses were source of river nutrients
phys.org, 12 Mar 2019
Hundreds of years ago, when the number of animals roaming North America was
much higher than it is today, decomposing animal carcasses may have played a
substantial role in adding nutrients to the continent's rivers and streams. ...
First flight success for drone-sized electric aircraft
phys.org, 12 Mar 2019
If fully electric regional passenger jets someday fly from Cleveland to
Atlanta, aviation historians will likely point out that the first successful
in-air test of the battery technology making it possible happened on a
frozen ...
[Success!]
Legal advice shatters Theresa May's chances of Brexit vote success
ABC News, 13 Mar 2019
The British Prime Minister appears hours from another humiliating defeat
after legal advice suggests her Brexit deal could lead to the UK remaining
tied to the European Union indefinitely.
Donald Trump says planes are 'too complex to fly' in wake of Ethiopian
Airlines crash
ABC News, 13 Mar 2019
The President tweets about the glory days before it took
"scientists from MIT" to fly a plane, as a growing list of nations boycott
the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
Shareholders win out over workers from corporate revenue windfall
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019 09:14Z
The recent corporate reporting season shows shareholders have received a
much greater dividend from corporate revenue growth than the companies'
workers, analysts say.
Japan trade commissioner fixed $700 bathhouse massages for MPs, CCC says
ABC News, 12 Mar 2019 09:16Z
WA's commissioner in Tokyo is sacked after the Corruption and Crime
Commission finds he engaged in a decade of corruption which cost taxpayers
more than $500,000, including organising bathhouse massages for 2 Liberal MPs.
Consumers urged to 'look local' as Tasmanian icon set to close
ABC News, 12 Mar 2019 09:17Z
Prominent Tasmanian retailer Coogans is set to close its doors at the end of
June, marking the end of a chain that has been a Tasmanian institution for
more than a century.
EPA head rules out future negotiations with California over car emissions
The Hill, 12 Mar 2019 16:20Z
Newly confirmed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief Andrew Wheeler
blamed politics Mon in ruling out any reopening of talks between the Trump ...
Toyota Will Land a Rover on the Moon in 2029
PCMag, 12 Mar 2019 16:23Z
Toyota, with the help of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA),
intends to allow 2 astronauts to go for an extended joy ride on the Moon
10 years ...
Without federal help, local govts are trying to save coal
Ars Technica, 12 Mar 2019 17:19Z
Deals to purchase failing coal plants have different results around the country.
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-13/climate-data-reveals-australias-worst-affected-regions/10892710>
Extreme weather: Australia's insurance red zones set to expand
ABC/Digital Story Innovation Team, 12 Mar 2019 19:07Z
Extreme weather in some of the country's worst-affected regions is now twice
as common as usual. Explore the data to see the risk to your area.
One example of the expected river flooding, is this forecast for Brownsville,
Nebraska, along the Missouri River. Notice the near-record crest there is
currently forecast to occur Sun evening. Check other points at
go.usa.gov/xEAJR pic.twitter.com/GUmYOcH50e
Exxon, Chevron planning big expansions in shale drilling, a move which could
shake up the industry
CNBC, 11 Mar 2019
Big oil is getting even bigger in shale, and that could speed up a shakeout
among independents and force more mergers and joint ventures.
VW says it accelerates plan for 22 mn electric vehicles in 10 yrs as
part of decarbonization plan
Electrek, 12 Mar 2019 13:10Z
Volkswagen announced today its intention to accelerate its electrification
effort as part of its decarbonization plan by adding 20 more "electric models"
to its ...
Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation
NYSE: COG - 12 Mar, 3:46 pm GMT-4
25.50 USD +0.60 (2.43%) *** up 2.4% ***
Whitehaven Coal Ltd
ASX: WHC - 12 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
4.42 AUD +0.050 (1.14%) *** up 1.1% ***
BHP Group Ltd
ASX: BHP - 12 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
36.91 AUD +0.39 (1.07%) *** up 1.1% ***
Woodside Petroleum Limited
ASX: WPL - 12 Mar, 4:10 pm AEDT
34.96 AUD +0.26 (0.75%) up
Peabody Energy Corporation
NYSE: BTU - 12 Mar, 3:46 pm GMT-4
29.08 USD +0.15 (0.50%) up
Suncor Energy Inc.
TSE: SU - 12 Mar, 3:34 pm GMT-4
44.40 CAD +0.19 (0.43%) up
TC PIPELINES LP Common Stock
TSE: TRP - 12 Mar, 3:34 pm GMT-4
60.47 CAD +0.24 (0.40%) up
Exxon Mobil Corporation
NYSE: XOM - 12 Mar, 3:46 pm GMT-4
80.09 USD +0.30 (0.38%) up
BP plc
NYSE: BP - 12 Mar, 3:47 pm GMT-4
42.49 USD +0.15 (0.35%) up
Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd
TSE: KML - 12 Mar, 3:34 pm GMT-4
15.72 CAD +0.050 (0.32%) up
Chevron Corporation
NYSE: CVX - 12 Mar, 3:47 pm GMT-4
123.98 USD +0.33 (0.27%) up
Gazprom PAO
MCX: GAZP - 12 Mar, 4:54 pm GMT+3
151.52 RUB -0.080 (0.053%) even
ConocoPhillips
NYSE: COP - 12 Mar, 3:47 pm GMT-4
65.60 USD -0.28 (0.43%) down
[Bringing up the rear again:]
NK Rosneft' PAO
MCX: ROSN - 12 Mar, 4:54 pm GMT+3
395.45 RUB -4.30 (1.08%) *** down 1.1% ***
https://www.boem.gov/Sale-252/
Interior Announces Region-Wide Oil and Gas Lease Sale for Gulf of Mexico

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-shutdown-oil/us-interior-department-to-recall-some-furloughed-workers-for-gulf-oil-lease-work-idUSKCN1P92VW

http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/NRC-terminates-US-MOX-plant-authorisation
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