05 February 2011

The Way Things Break

The Way Things Break is the blog of thingsbreak, who comments here as well.  As you'd expect, content isn't a perfect overlap of mine, which is one reason to suggest it.  The articles I mention below will lean to climate, but take your own look.  Especially, check out the Books of Interest and Open Source Climate Science Education.

Cosmic Rays 1
Reliable sources and ocean acidification
Geoengineering and ocean acidification
(2009) Arctic summer sea ice
Lonnie Thompson viceo
Cosmic rays and climate 2a
Cosmic rays and climate 2b
Reducing greenhouse emissions through household actions
Who is really alarming?
Tropical cyclones and consensus
Climate communication and public health
What was really predicted about ocean circulation?
Media vs. scientific description of climate report   -- See also the comments, especially John Fleck's.

4 comments:

thingsbreak said...

Thanks for the (unexpected) shout out, RG!

Penguindreams said...

You're welcome. Also take this as a vote of things that I'd like to see more of :-)

thingsbreak said...

I took your advice: http://thingsbreak.wordpress.com/2011/02/15/tropical-tropospheric-temperature-instrumental-and-proxy-trends/

Penguindreams said...

Yep, that's a good one. http://thingsbreak.wordpress.com/2011/02/16/greenland-and-antarctic-ice-sheet-decay-update/ also caught my eye (consecutive days, I see).