Tag: climate disruption

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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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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What graphs reveal

February 18, 2016 0 Comments
What graphs reveal

Because of the heavy dose of politics that is forced upon people whenever anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is discussed, there is always controversy. With battle lines being drawn, climate science could be one of the fields most ripe for irrational bias. It is unfortunate. The data could stand on its own. You might recall some skepticism […]

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AGW Lawsuits: No Longer Amusing

December 8, 2015 0 Comments
AGW Lawsuits: No Longer Amusing

Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) lawsuits have made headlines once again. For a primer, and a few laughs perhaps, check this detailed analysis of previous AGW lawsuit attempts. This blog entry is more recent and covers some additional angles. Sigh, so what is it this time? You might have caught wind of the New York Attorney General […]

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AGW list epilogue

November 9, 2015 0 Comments
AGW list epilogue

For those of you who are unaware or don’t remember. I used to curate an “AGW list”. It was a list of all the bad things that were going to happen because of anthropogenic global warming (AGW). From the 1990s through the first decade of the new millennium, the theory and worry about AGW grew […]

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Where the money goes

November 2, 2015 0 Comments
Where the money goes

I use up a lot of my spare time advocating for the cure of age-related diseases (cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, etc.) I also spend a lot of my spare money donating to research which will cure those diseases and generally help people stay healthy and youthful for a very long time. Many people who are in the […]

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Tornadoes, Tornadoes Everywhere

December 19, 2014 0 Comments
Tornadoes, Tornadoes Everywhere

For new readers of the weather blog, allow me to relay some ancient history once again. A few years back, I started a list. It was a list of bad things that were going to happen because of anthropogenic global warming (AGW). I decided to start keeping track because I had heard so many things […]

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Peak Oil or Cheap Oil

December 8, 2014 0 Comments
Peak Oil or Cheap Oil

Time to take a quick look at the energy situation around the world. As blog readers know, I have been periodically updating these pages with news of peak oil and alternative energy production for the last few years. These themes relate to the climate because of the leading theory that human produced carbon dioxide is […]

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