Daily Archives: May 6, 2010

Hotness is in the eye of the beholder

I’ve mentioned before how chosen color schemes greatly influence how people see surface temperature data. Frank points out that sea surface temperature presentations suffer from the same problem. – Anthony Guest post by Frank Lansner This is no news – … Continue reading

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Posted in Sea Surface Temperature | 94 Comments

Hyperventilating on Venus

By Steve Goddard The classic cure for hyperventilation is to put a paper bag over your head, which increases your CO2 levels and reduces the amount of Oxygen in your bloodstream. Global warmers have been hyperventilating over CO2 on Venus, ever since … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, Space | 455 Comments

Sensenbrenner Report Challenges EPA Greenhouse Finding

This morning, Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI), ranking member of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, will release a staff report on the scientific issues that tend to discredit the EPA’s endangerment finding for carbon dioxide as a … Continue reading

Posted in IPCC, Politics | 98 Comments

Pielke Sr. on Revkin’s question

Update To Andy Revkin’s Question In 2005: “Is Most Of The Observed Warming Over The Last 50 Years Likely To Have Been Due To The Increase In Greenhouse Gas Concentrations”? By Dr. Roger Pielke Sr. In 2005, I posted an answer … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News, Opinion | 59 Comments