Daily Archives: May 16, 2010

Volcano Update

By Steve Goddard Eyjafjallajokull continues to erupt and is again shutting down British airspace: A statement on the Nats website said the no-fly zone will be extended between 1pm and 7pm today to include Manchester, Liverpool, Carlisle, Doncaster, Humberside and … Continue reading

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WUWT Arctic Sea Ice News #5

By Steve Goddard Arctic non-warming since 1938 The Catlin Arctic Survey arrived at the North Pole this week. Described as three of ‘the world’s toughest’ explorers, Ann Daniels, Charlie Paton and Martin Hartley reached the Geographic North Pole at on … Continue reading

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Kerry Emanuel and Richard Lindzen: the climatic odd couple

I had dinner with Richard Lindzen (along with Lucia, Steve McIntyre, Jeff Id, and others) last night after a hectic day of airline roulette. He’s easy to talk to and easy to like, so it is no surprise to me … Continue reading

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Extraterrestrial Global Warming

People send me stuff. Alan Siddons writes in an email: Researching for a paper that Martin Hertzberg, Hans Schreuder and I are writing, I chanced upon a chart that might intrigue or amuse you. After temperature sensors were planted on … Continue reading

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