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Living on the Edge – Changing Wetlands in the Sahel – A Book Review by Henk Tennekes

Dear friends in the blogosphere, I received a precious gift from a Dutch friend a little while ago. Living on the Edge: Wetlands and Birds in a Changing Sahel is a massive book, comprising 564 pages in full color and … Continue reading

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A Guest Post By Troels Halken to Henk Tennekes’s Wind Power Guest Post

A Guest Post By Troels Halken to Henk Tennekes’s  Post  https://pielkeclimatesci.wordpress.com/2010/03/03/wind-power-is-no-solution-to-anything-a-guest-weblog-by-henk-tennekes/ [Troels has worked with venture  investements in the renewable energy sector and the past few years as a  business developer in the wind industry. He also runs a blog … Continue reading

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The Unholy Alliance between Philips and the Greens – A Guest Weblog by Joost van Kasteren and Henk Tennekes

Holland is a miniature kingdom in the Northwest corner of Europe. Latitude 52 degrees north: as far north as the town of Red Deer in Alberta, Canada, midway between Calgary and Edmonton. Consequently in wintertime, our days are short and … Continue reading

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How to Speak with Wisdom? Another Sermon by Henk Tennekes

Dear friends in the blogosphere, I have another sermon on my shelves that you may want to listen to. In 1993, IPCC chairman Bert Bolin was invited to the Netherlands to give a speech on risk assessment in the climate … Continue reading

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“Wind power Is No Solution To Anything” A Guest Weblog By Henk Tennekes

“Wind power Is No Solution To Anything”  By Henk Tennekes Wind energy is an engineer’s nightmare. To begin with, the energy density of flowing air is miserably low. Therefore, you need a massive contraption to catch one Megawatt at best, … Continue reading

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Henk Tennekes Resigns from Dutch Academy

UPDATE Feb 13 2010: There is a news article on his resignation (in Dutch) at http://www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/article6024018.ece?cid=mailart Henk Tennekes is well known to the visitors of our website. A few days ago, he told me that he submitted a letter of … Continue reading

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Announcement Of Second Edition “The Simple Science of Flight: From Insects to Jumbo Jets (Revised and Expanded Edition)” by Henk Tennekes

Henk Tennekes has a second edition of his book, and I am pleased to announce it on my weblog. Following the announcement, Henk has also provide a review of another book that he has completed. “The Simple Science of Flight: … Continue reading

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Dissecting a Real Climate Text by Hendrik Tennekes

I understand that Gavin Schmidt was upset by my essay of January 29 . I admit that I neglected to mention that I responded to his long exposition of January 6 on Real Climate. The part of his text that … Continue reading

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Follow Up To Henk Tennekes’s Guest Weblog

Follow Up: February 3 2009: Gavin Schmidt has ignored my request to write a guest weblog, or to respond to the science questions that I have raised (e.g. see). I have now accepted that he is not interested in scientific debate, … Continue reading

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Real Climate Suffers from Foggy Perception by Henk Tennekes

Roger Pielke Sr. has graciously invited me to add my perspective to his discussion with Gavin Schmidt at RealClimate. If this were not such a serious matter, I would have been amused by Gavin’s lack of knowledge of the differences between weather models … Continue reading

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