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Monday, January 6, 2014

Very disappointed in my readers!

You know what?  I have been doing this blog, unpaid, since 2007.  There are over 7,500 articles on climate science and policy posted here, for your convenience.  I have no idea how many hours of work that represents, but it is not insignificant.  I am a person of very limited means.  If I can spare $10 for the Keeling research, how much can you all spare?  Seriously!  I am going on a hiatus until I see more people click through to the donations page.  Thank you!


Killian said...

Wish I had ten. The Keeling Curve is SO important. But I have been unemployed for a very long time, get no unemployment or any other assistance.


Magma said...

Done! Thanks for the reminder. Sometimes these things get put on the back-burner and forgotten.

Yours is a very useful website, by the way.

Tenney Naumer said...

Killian, I know your situation so I am not yelling at you, for sure!

Tenney Naumer said...

Magma, thank you! Next article to be posted shows what happens when citizens do not do enough to prevent the forces of anti-science from taking control.

VigiliusH said...

I hadn't been on the site in a couple days. I went lickety-split as soon as I came by. I had seen the story on Rabbet Run, hadn't got around to it, but when I saw your note I knew I had to do it NOW.

Anonymous said...

Hi Tenney,
Your fan from Italy has just made his own contribution, hope that others will follow.
I've been following your website from the very beginning and I'm grateful for all the work you have done.
Please keep going on!


Snial said...

Hi Tenney,

It's possible most of your readers (including myself) didn't know this. In my opinion this site is basically the site I go to, to find all the latest information on climate change. As an aggregate source it's the best I've seen.

-cheers from Julz

Tenney Naumer said...

Thank you Viglius, Paolo, Julz for your emails, and I want to others who have sent emails.

We absolutely must stop the attacks on science and the Keeling curve research is fundamental. Imagine where we would be if Ralph Keeling's father had not begun the work to show us that we are increasing CO2 in the atmosphere!