Monthly Archives: March 2010

Trust and Mistrust

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Following up on the excellent initiative of Dr. Judith Curry (see Judith’s post and my response ), I would like to see what I can do to rebuild the justifiably lost trust in climate science. … Continue reading

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New paper – AGW sooners, stake your “drill baby drill” ice free claims now!

Richard North of the EU Referendum sends word of this new paper. I’m sure Greenpeace won’t be amused as more polar bears turn into dumpster divers with this new influx of miners and drillers in the new ice free future. … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Politics | 73 Comments

Arctic Sea Ice about to hit ‘normal’ – what will the news say?

Forecasting The NSIDC News By Steven Goddard and Anthony Watts Barring an about face by nature or adjustments, it appears that for the first time since 2001, Arctic Sea ice will hit the “normal” line as defined by the National … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Forecasting, Sea ice | 382 Comments

Send in the toads to test for quakes

Story from AFP via Breitbart, h/t to Leif Svalgaard. Maybe the Chinese had it right way back then with this gadget: Toad is a telltale for impending quakes: scientists For ages, mankind has craved a tool that can provide early … Continue reading

Posted in Earth, Science | 107 Comments

Carbon Emissionaries

In 2005, the European Union (EU) put into place a carbon trading scheme. Prices for carbon permits promptly plunged, and have remained depressed since then. The price for a permit to emit a tonne of CO2 went from 21.59 Euros … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon credits | 80 Comments

NASA Data Worse Than Climate-Gate Data, GISS Admits

By Blake Snow – Image: NASA / Goddard Institute for Space Studies – Maps from NASA’s GISS reveal temperatures where no data exist, thanks to mathematical extrapolation of data. NASA was able to put a man on the moon, … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, Uncategorized | 199 Comments

Results of the Climategate Parliamentary Inquiry in the UK

This is the final report, which has been embargoed until 5:01 PM PDT / 00:01 GMT March 31st. Below is the emailed notice to MP’s sent with the PDF of the report.

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Heads up

Just a note to let everyone know that the Parliamentary inquiry into Climategate has produced the final report and that I have an advance copy, which is embargoed until 5:01PM PDT (00:01 GMT). I’ll be posting it then, be sure … Continue reading

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Sea change in American media preferences

While Americans continue to put global warming aka climate change at the bottom of the list of worries, it seems the electronic media outlets that most often push alarming climate stories are losing favor. This interesting juxtaposition was from my … Continue reading

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Ocean acidification: the “evil twin of global warming”

From the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies James Cook University “Evil twin” threatens world’s oceans, scientists warn The rise in human emissions of carbon dioxide is driving fundamental and dangerous changes in the chemistry and ecosystems of … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, Oceans | 209 Comments

Climategate now in a Law and Order episode

Bizarre plot twists aren’t limited to recent climate science. I’m sitting in my study and Law and Order came on on NBC 10PM PDT. They have a fictional crime episode regarding a climate scientist where stolen emails are mentioned in … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 75 Comments

Atlantic conveyor belt – still going strong and will be the day after tomorrow

The Gulf Stream does not appear to be slowing down, say US scientists who have used satellites to monitor tell-tale changes in the height of the sea. Confirming work by other scientists using different methodologies, they found dramatic short-term variability … Continue reading

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Yale to greens: “abandon climate change, focus on energy”

This may be perhaps the first time I’ve embraced an article from the Yale Environment 360 forum, the opener reads: Environmentalists have long sought to use the threat of catastrophic global warming to persuade the public to embrace a low-carbon … Continue reading

Posted in Climate_change, Energy, Opinion | 190 Comments

AMS/NWA sponsored survey of TV weathercasters: 63% Believe Global Warming is Mostly Natural

- Only 4% trust politicians on climate change information. In January and February 2010, using a web-based method, we surveyed all broadcast TV members of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the National Weather Association (NWA) using member email lists … Continue reading

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Vote for the best ‘political climate’ website:

From the “what you sow, so shall you reap” department: I was advised in comments, that Treehugger is sponsoring a new “best of” awards poll. WUWT is not in it of course, because, well it’s “Treehugger” what did you expect? … Continue reading

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Quote of the week #32 – hockeying up a zinger

You have to wonder, has Dr. Mann decided to pull a CYA in the face of Climategate, or is he just not cognizant of how ridiculous his statement is in the context of his past behavior? Since “Climategate” Dr. Michael … Continue reading

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Skating on the Other Side of the Ice

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Inspired by this thread over at Bishop Hill’s excellent blog, I thought I’d write about sea ice. Among the many catastrophic things claimed to be the result of “global warming”, declining sea ice is one … Continue reading

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Cartoons by Josh

Bishop Hill has a cohort, Josh,  that has turned Climategate and the blogospheric response into a running series of cartoons. During his blogging sabbatical while he turned his attention to mining (not the data kind), I think Steve McIntyre missed … Continue reading

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