Daily Archives: May 27, 2010

Royal Society to review climate consensus position

“I don’t think they were very pleased. I don’t think this sort of thing has been done before in the history of the society.” Society to review climate message By Roger Harrabin Environment analyst, BBC News There is debate over … Continue reading

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Posted in Politics, Science | 192 Comments

Anthropogenic Decline in Natural Gas

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Well, Nature Geoscience is on a roll. Their latest “scientific study” makes an old claim in a new way. After ascribing the temperature changes in Lake Tanganyika to human actions, in a new paper they … Continue reading

Posted in Methane, Paleoclimatology | 175 Comments

CEI files suit on GISS regarding FOIA delays

From The American Spectator: CEI Suing NASA Over Climate Stonewall By Chris Horner on 5.27.10 @ 10:57AM This morning in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the Competitive Enterprise Institute is filing suit against NASA, calling the erstwhile space … Continue reading

Posted in FOI | 92 Comments

NOAA Expects Busy Atlantic Hurricane Season

UPDATE: NOAA on the same day predicts a below normal east Pacific hurricane season, see below for addeddum. Contact:          Chris Vaccaro, 202-536-8911            FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Susan Buchanan, 301-713-0622        May 27, 2010 NOAA Expects Busy Atlantic Hurricane Season An “active to … Continue reading

Posted in hurricanes | 85 Comments

Shear Ice Decline

By Steve Goddard JAXA shows the area immediately west of Barrow, Alaska as ice free. And it appears to be melting away from the shore. The animation below shows the month of May so far.

Posted in Arctic, Sea ice | 146 Comments