Daily Archives: March 8, 2008

Who Decides?

Who Decides? A Guest post by Evan Jones. We are currently in the midst of a serious policy debate on the highly technical subject of world climate change. What is it happening? Why is it happening? What are we to … Continue reading

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Posted in Climate_change, Politics, Science | 196 Comments

Putting myths about UAH and RSS satellite data to rest

The NOAA-N Polar Orbiting Weather Satellite There have been some questions posed recently about how the satellite global temperature record is created by UAH and RSS from the MSU (Microwave Sounder Unit) on weather satellites. For example, Andrew recently posted … Continue reading

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3 of 4 global metrics show nearly flat temperature anomaly in the last decade

It has been 10 years since the super El Niño of 1998 helped to spike global temperatures dramatically. Now since it appears we are in the opposite phase, I thought it would be interesting to look at the 10 year … Continue reading

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