Daily Archives: August 15, 2010

Australian sceptics crash “backwards” climate change rally: T-shirts blamed for decline

Here’s an eyewitness account of the march that walked backwards. From the Resident Judge of Port Phillip: Yes, there we were on a day that seemed particularly un-globally warm, with our hands on the shoulders of the person in front … Continue reading

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Plankton Cause Hurricanes! Urgent Action Required!

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach When people say that we understand the unbelievably complex climate system well enough to project scenarios out a hundred years, I point out that new things are being discovered every week. The latest scientific finding … Continue reading

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The Guardian Fails Their O-Levels

By Steve Goddard CRU Temperature Anomalies Yesterday, the Guardian reported : Meteorologists have developed remarkably effective techniques for predicting global climate changes caused by greenhouse gases. One paper, by Stott and Myles Allen of Oxford University, predicted in 1999, using … Continue reading

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Sea Ice News #18

By Steve Goddard Summer has come to a premature and frosty end at Santa’s workshop. http://psc.apl.washington.edu/northpole/webphotos/noaa2.jpg It has been the coldest summer on record north of 80N, and temperatures have dropped below freezing ahead of the average date.

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Thoughts on 2010 hurricane season so far

by Steve Goddard The Atlantic Hurricane Basin remains dead quiet, and is now falling below the 1944-2005 average.

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