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Consumer Electronics Show: Preview

James G. Lakely of InfoTech & Telecom News offers an advance look at today's happenings at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Dubious Connections between Global Warming and Extreme Weather Events

The second International Conference on Climate Change, ICCC-2, took place in March 2009 in New York City. The theme for ICCC-2 was “Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?”. The conference demonstrated that the number of global warming “realists” is growing rapidly, and the scientific community is turning against alarmism.

Weather Station Siting Issues within the USHCN Surface Station Network

The second International Conference on Climate Change, ICCC-2, took place in March 2009 in New York City. The theme for ICCC-2 was “Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?”. The conference demonstrated that the number of global warming “realists” is growing rapidly, and the scientific community is turning against alarmism.

Nobel Prize for Death

The second International Conference on Climate Change, ICCC-2, took place in March 2009 in New York City. The theme for ICCC-2 was “Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?”. The conference demonstrated that the number of global warming “realists” is growing rapidly, and the scientific community is turning against alarmism.

The Three E's of Energy: Ethics, Economics, and Efficiency

The second International Conference on Climate Change, ICCC-2, took place in March 2009 in New York City. The theme for ICCC-2 was “Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?”. The conference demonstrated that the number of global warming “realists” is growing rapidly, and the scientific community is turning against alarmism.

The Crisis of EU Climate Policy

The second International Conference on Climate Change, ICCC-2, took place in March 2009 in New York City. The theme for ICCC-2 was “Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?”. The conference demonstrated that the number of global warming “realists” is growing rapidly, and the scientific community is turning against alarmism.
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