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The Climate Show #33: Salinger, carbon carnage and recursive fury

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The Climate Show #33: Salinger, carbon carnage and recursive fury –

The Climate ShowIn this week’s news-packed edition of The Climate Show we have an exclusive interview with Jim Salinger, probably New Zealand’s highest profile climate scientist, talking about extremes and the shape of things to come. John Cook discusses his new paper with Stephan Lewandowsky, Recursive fury: Conspiracist ideation in the blogosphere in response to research on conspiracist ideation, which is already upsetting climate cranks around the world, plus we look at carbon bubbles, renewable energy beating coal on price, and a simply superb iPad app.

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Story references

NEWS

Carbon bubble begins to bite: Hot Topic.

Increases in extreme rainfall linked to global warming: Science Daily.

New Mexico Utility Agrees To Purchase Solar Power At A Lower Price Than Coal:Climate Progress.

Renewables now cheaper than coal and gas in Australia: REneweconomy.

INTERVIEW

[13:15] Jim Salinger, NZ’s best-known climate scientist.

DEBUNKING THE SCEPTIC

[31:30] John Cook of Skeptical Science discusses Recursive fury: Conspiracist ideation in the blogosphere in response to research on conspiracist ideation. Shaping Tomorrow’s World blog post here.

SOLUTIONS

EarthViewer app for iPad: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and at the iTunes app store.

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