We thought we’d try for a record short show — and failed, because once again there was just to much to talk about. We have more on Eritrean volcanoes, extreme weather over the last 18 months, a new report on the dire state of the oceans, and Stoat’s big bet. Special guest is Professor Michael Ashley from the University of New South Wales, discussing the state of play in Australia, John Cook does a rapid debunk of Bob Carter, and we have electric cars, more flow batteries and the gas we do not want to smell.
News & commentary: [0:05:00]
The eruption of Nabro in Eritrea: Earth Observatory image.
State of the oceans report – not a good read:
Sea ice bets: $10,000 on the line at Stoat.
Interview: Professor Michael Ashley of the Department of Astrophysics at the University of New South Wales [0:19:50]
Debunking the sceptic, with John Cook of Skeptical Science [0:44:50]
Bob Carter op ed, and…
Bob Carter: “Between 2001 and 2010 global average temperature decreased by 0.05 degrees”
“…slight global cooling over the past 10 years”
The PIG is flying: Pine Island Glacier melt rate doubles.
ReFuel – An electric car-fest
Shale gas/fracking and why it isn’t any kind of solution to anything