Daily Archives: August 12, 2010

When Saving the Planet, You Have to Streeeetch The Truth

By Steve Goddard “I’m a Real Boy!“ The National Wildlife Federation has quite a history of stretching the truth when it comes to “global warming.” But I think they have outdone themselves. About these ads

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Posted in Climate data, Weather | 127 Comments

When the sun goes TILT

The Heliospheric Current Sheet Tilt Angle and Implications for Friis-Christensen and Lassen Theory Guest post by David Archibald The Chairman of NOAA’s Solar Cycle 24 review panel, Douglas Biesecker, said back in March 2007 that the flattening of the heliospheric … Continue reading

Posted in Science, Solar | 155 Comments

Target: Monckton

This is a press release from CFACT sent to me. Post your Kicks or Kudos here, your choice, but play nice and be mindful of blog policy as moderators are standing by to snip your call.  – Anthony Target: Monckton … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News | 292 Comments

BBC to issue correction on rice yields story

From: Richard Black Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2010 7:01 AM To: Anthony Watts Subject: RE: Your article on rice yields Dear Anthony, Thanks for your email. You are correct – I am mistaken – a correction will be made to … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News, media | 135 Comments

Cloud Cellular Communication

No, I’m not talking about the Internet or the latest mobile phone. Apparently clouds are “teleconnected”. Two press releases were made the yesterday on the same subject, both are presented here. Note to climate scientists, try adding this to GCM’s. … Continue reading

Posted in clouds, Weather | 78 Comments

SST Anomalies In The Hurricane Nursery

By Steve Goddard Thanks to Dr Klotzbach for his excellent post describing his thinking behind the CSU hurricane forecast. A number of readers asked about SSTs in the hurricane nursery. So I took the most recent Unisys SST anomaly map, … Continue reading

Posted in hurricanes | 49 Comments