Neven1.Typepad.Com: Domain DB Profile

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All Media Count   7
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   6 (85.71%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.75
Combined Polarization   7.23
Combined Activity   1.64
Combined Personalization   1.64
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   0.75
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   8/11/2012
Last Seen   9/13/2013
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  5 / 2956 days (0.17%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Kevin Anderson   42.86% (3)
James Hansen   42.86% (3)
Stephen Colbert   28.57% (2)
Al Gore   28.57% (2)
Fatih Birol   28.57% (2)

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Ipcc   42.86% (3)
International Energy Agency   42.86% (3)
Oil Drum   28.57% (2)
Danish Meteorological Institute   28.57% (2)
University Of New Hampshire   28.57% (2)

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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   28.57% (2)
Beaufort, Quebec, Canada   28.57% (2)
North Pole, Alaska, United States   28.57% (2)
Hamilton, Hamilton, Bermuda   28.57% (2)
Arctic Ocean, Oc,    28.57% (2)

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Neven1.Typepad.Com   85.71% (6)

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IPCC crisis meeting - Arctic Sea Ice

...... It's just such nonsense it drives me slightly crazy! :) It doesn't help that it's come on the heels of the Australian Liberal Party (conservative)government win, which will 'stop the carbon tax'. As I alluded to in my comments on the Telegraph site - I'm not sure if/who has stated that the warming tend has 'paused' - it hasn't. 1998 was a hugly anomalous, and 2005 and 2010 were within a ......

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Pol: 7.03%
Act: 24.70%
Per: 1.31%
Que: 5.14%
Exc: 1.98%

Perception of the Arctic 2 - Arctic Sea Ice

...... kind of demand to pick-up. Clear and long-term regulatory signals wrt forcing the industry to pay the full costs of FF-based energy, either through taxes or through properly managed carbon credit markets, would lead to massive investment in renewable energy and a surge in economic growth. The benefits of non-FF energy would manifest both in the short term (via all of the direct investment/job ......

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Pol: 7.92%
Act: 22.97%
Per: 1.99%
Que: 5.70%
Exc: 4.13%

Perception of the Arctic - Arctic Sea Ice

...... it will crash? 30%? 10%? 5%? 1%? 0.1%? reports "The European Parliament has rejected a plan to rescue the EU's ailing carbon trading scheme. Members narrowly voted against a so-called "backloading" proposal that would have cut the huge surplus of allowances currently being traded. Because of this excess, the price of carbon ......

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Pol: 8.10%
Act: 24.52%
Per: 1.41%
Que: 6.62%
Exc: 1.92%

ASI 2012 update 10: (wh)at a loss - Arctic Sea Ice

...... BTW, FTM parked on overlay or underlay of the decadal averages. You'd need a 1 page manual to then understand, and manuals get lost all the time [or forgotten] Timothy Hanes I agree "Carbon tax or death" but let's stop calling it a carbon tax. We should call it a carbon pollution fine. To deal with the crisis it must be hundreds of dollars (or pounds) a tonne of CO2e emitted (with ......

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Tone: 0.73%
Pol: 6.47%
Act: 25.92%
Per: 1.37%
Que: 7.79%
Exc: 3.03%

Why Arctic sea ice shouldn't leave anyone cold - Arctic Sea Ice

...... this blog, the quality of the writing and the expertise that Neven and the rest of you bring make it excellent material to refer to from the outside. Perhaps my response to the mention of carbon tax could have been better elsewhere. I think that was the sort of post you deprecate. However, there are issues that may be best addressed here that aren't just ice thickness, weather charts, ice flows ......

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Pol: 7.20%
Act: 24.44%
Per: 1.92%
Que: 5.41%
Exc: 1.04%

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