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Mathematician & engineer Dr. David Evans Converts to Skeptic over Man-Made Global Warming

(Editor's note: I invited David Evans from Science Speak to write the guest post below explaining his viewpoint and why he is betting against me over global warming. David welcomes a substantive debate in the comments. Obviously, we don't agree on all the issues, but I'm sure I don't need to remind anyone the value of civil debate with someone like David, who is genuine enough to put his money where his mouth is.)

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Top French Scientist Has Second Thoughts on Man-Made Global Warming

With a wealth of data now in, Dr. Claude Allegre, one of France's leading socialists and among her most celebrated scientists, has recanted his views. To his surprise, the many climate models and studies failed dismally in establishing a man-made cause of catastrophic global warming. Meanwhile, increasing evidence indicates that most of the warming comes of natural phenomena. Dr. Allegre now sees global warming as over-hyped and an environmental concern of second rank.

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Meaningful Symbology: Unexpected storm disrupts celebrations for Jerusalem Day, causes massive anomalous flooding

The official ceremony to mark the 40 year anniversary of the unification of Jerusalem was canceled, Wednesday afternoon, due to an unexpected storm. City residents told Ynet of torrential downpours and heavy hail - definitely not summer weather in Israel.

Comment: According to Jewish mythology, rains or storms during summer time considered a curse. It couldn't have been more symbolic then this.
It seems that nature sends additional message for cursed Zionist state after ambassadors from the United States and the European Union countries decided not attend and boycot the celebrations to mark the 40th anniversary of the so called "reunification" of Jerusalem.

Several streets were flooded and subsequently closed to traffic, including the tunnel to Mt. Scopus. Other tunnels in the area, leading to and from Ma'aleh Adumim were also blocked off.

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April's temperatures were below average...

The average temperature in April 2007 was 51.7 F. This was -0.3 F cooler than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average, the 47th coolest April in 113 years. The temperature trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.1 degrees Fahrenheit per decade.

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Wayward Whales Near Sacramento Are Hurt

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Two humpback whales that made a 90-mile river journey from San Francisco to the outskirts of Sacramento have injuries that appear to have come from a propeller, marine experts said Wednesday.

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Antarctic 'treasure trove' found

An extraordinarily diverse array of marine life has been discovered in the deep, dark waters around Antarctica.

Scientists have found more than 700 new species of marine creatures in seas once thought too hostile to sustain such rich biodiversity.

©A. Rose

The research, which uncovered creatures such as this Ctenocidaris, formed part of the Andeep (Antarctic benthic deep-sea biodiversity) project. It is the first comprehensive look at marine life in these waters.

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Prominent Scientists Reverse Belief in Man-made Global Warming

Following the U.S. Senate's vote today on a global warming measure (see today's AP article: Senate Defeats Climate Change Measure,) it is an opportune time to examine the recent and quite remarkable momentum shift taking place in climate science. Many former believers in catastrophic man-made global warming have recently reversed themselves and are now climate skeptics. The names included below are just a sampling of the prominent scientists who have spoken out recently to oppose former Vice President Al Gore, the United Nations, and the media driven "consensus" on man-made global warming.

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Worry over whales

It's not the return of Humphrey, but like him, two large humpback whales swimming in the Sacramento River near Rio Vista appear to be in trouble.

The mother and calf spent Monday between Rio Vista and a stretch of Cache Slough in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

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'Five Years Left To Save The Planet'

Our planet is just five years away from climate change catastrophe - but can still be saved, according to a new report.

Comment: The question is whether humans really are the culprit and whether we can do anything about it. Also, will the world's statesman plan to save as many people as they can or are TPTB planning for their own survival.

Read through 'The Living Planet', things are changing globally all the while governments, the media - the whole apparatus spins its wheels.


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Japan: Eruption made 3,300-ft. vapor column

Officials: Underwater volcano triggered column of steam to rise from ocean

Japanese coast guard officials said Sunday they believe an underwater volcanic eruption has caused a 3,300-foot high column of steam to rise from the Pacific Ocean near Iwo Jima.

The vapor was reported Saturday after Japanese troops stationed on the small island observed the massive, cloudy plume rise from the sea about 30 miles southeast of the island, said Maritime Self-Defense Forces Hiroshi Shirai.

©Kyodo / Reuters
An aerial view of an eruption of the underwater volcano is seen in the Pacific Ocean near Minami Iwo Jima island on Sunday