AGW

Getting better or worse?

August 4, 2016 0 Comments
Getting better or worse?

Another year and more anthropogenic global warming (AGW) fears. This article recounts many of the climate-change-driven-records of 2015. I was more interested to see that an arctic mission to hype AGW got stuck in the ice. Great irony…and it is not the first time an expedition set out to qualitatively prove how much ice the […]

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Story Dump

June 2, 2016 0 Comments
Story Dump

Time for some “summer cleaning”, if there is such an analogue to “spring-cleaning”. Today is the first day of meteorological summer, and it is time to clear out all of the interesting weather, technology, and science articles I have been saving for a while. There is not enough time dedicate an entire blog post to […]

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More Global Warming Lawsuits

May 19, 2016 0 Comments
More Global Warming Lawsuits

I have covered the practice of suing over “global warming” in the past, somewhat humorously at times, here, here, and here. Finally there is one lawsuit “victory” that makes sense. It isn’t going to help with anthropogenic global warming (AGW), but at least it made legal sense. Read about it here. Four teenagers sued the […]

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United States of Clean Energy

May 12, 2016 0 Comments
United States of Clean Energy

It is time to update a theme I have been blogging about for a few years now. Carbon dioxide emissions continue to go down in the U.S. What? You didn’t hear this good news trumpeted by national media outlets! Of course not…because of political reasons. Climate science is less a “science” nowadays and more of […]

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Warmest March on record globally

April 19, 2016 0 Comments
Warmest March on record globally

    The warm climate beat marches on across the globe.  Here are some highlights from a recent NOAA report. March 2016 was the 11th straight month that a monthly global temperature record was broken according to NASA, NOAA, JMA, UAH, and RSS.  Global land-ocean temperature was 1.22 degrees C above the 20th century average. Global […]

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Faster Than You Can Imagine

April 12, 2016 0 Comments
Faster Than You Can Imagine

I often generically mention “technological progress” as a reason why any climate model forecasts more than a couple of decades out are probably more fantasy than reality. Why am I so confident in this expectation? My eyes are open. I use my brain a little as well. It doesn’t take much thought or sight to acknowledge […]

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What is really going to happen?

April 5, 2016 0 Comments
What is really going to happen?

I went to the store the other day in order to buy a compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL). As you probably know, I switched almost all of the lighting in my house over to LEDs. They are fantastic for many reasons, and I doubt I would ever go back. I only needed a compact fluorescent […]

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Solar Power – It Could Be More!

March 17, 2016 0 Comments
Solar Power – It Could Be More!

In case you didn’t notice, solar power usage around the world is growing dramatically. Just in the last few months we have these headlines: Dubai is budgeting 27 billion for solar power development through 2030. Jordan plans to power mosques with solar panels. Morocco is building one of the world’s largest solar power plants. This […]

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Criminal Science

March 14, 2016 0 Comments
Criminal Science

Did I fall asleep and wake up in the novel “1984”? I hope I am only dreaming. There has long been an effort to silence scientific disagreements over climate science. Some people have suggested Nuremburg-type trials for anyone who disagrees with the “climate consensus”. Others have suggested taking away the seal of approval from any […]

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Is the hiatus back again?

February 29, 2016 0 Comments
Is the hiatus back again?

Not even two weeks ago I published “What Graphs Reveal“. The central point of which was that it looks bad when temperature reconstructions of the past century (or even farther back) keep changing. The most recent example is the “global warming hiatus” that occurred from 1998 through 2014. Many climatologists acknowledged that the average temperature […]

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