There are no google hits for “Belette Labs” and this (for reasons that will become clear later) needs remedying.
Ah, a guessing game… :-)
Is it something to do with Christoper Monckton?
[Ding! Fail :-) You’ll never guess. However, I am (once again) impressed with google’s speed: they’ve now picked up the link. Clearly they are hanging on my every word, pity these ones were so inane -W]
Is the steampunk track at Dragon*Con getting really out of hand, or is it sea ice time again already?
I recognized the name from comments at the warren.
[I’m a shameless imitator -W]
Renaming the Wikipedia?
Now up to 57 hits and growing. You’re measuring the speed of the echo chamber…
[Its a bit scary, no? -W]
Clearly, a move back to the academic world!
Submitting a comment on Curry?… but that’s an obvious guess.
[Getting warmer, but definitely no cigar. I need to stop giving out hints -W]
WUWT, the weasel chamber?
I admit it, I used google translate.
Are second guesses allowed?
If so then I like to reenter the competition with suggesting this is a scandalous self promotion of our host, also known as Belette on blogspot…
Something to do with minimum sea ice extent this year?
[Nowt to do with sea ice. Shameless self-promo? Mais oui -W]
According to Google translate the Stoat is Hermine, Weasel is belette.
Which means your are bearing down on Mexico at present or you have a Tropical Storm named after you.
I guess again: Comment on Spencer and Braswell’s latest?
[Haven’t even seen it. Ah, but you mean http://www.drroyspencer.com/wp-content/uploads/Spencer-Braswell-JGR-2010.pdf While some might object to the term “internal radiative
forcing,” – indeed, that looks like an attempt to muddy the waters. Didin’t read the rest, maybe I should -W]
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