Daily Archives: August 26, 2010

Hurricane Danielle reaches Cat4, Earl forecast strengthing

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS…135 MPH…215 KM/HR, path projected to be away from the East coast of the USA. See the latest bulletin and satellite image and animation below: About these ads

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Posted in hurricanes, Weather | 41 Comments

Cherry picking is easy

by Steve Goddard Tamino has named me “Mr. Cherry” for picking start dates of graphs which are different from the ones he chooses to cherry pick. For instance, he considers 1975 to be the start of “the modern global warming … Continue reading

Posted in Ridiculae, Satire | 148 Comments

Solar UV linkage to earth’s atmosphere confirmed

From the “you don’t know everything about the sun and earth yet so stop telling us the sun doesn’t matter” department and National Science Foundation: Shrinking atmospheric layer linked to low levels of solar radiation Large changes in the sun’s … Continue reading

Posted in Science, Solar | 104 Comments

UHI study of the UK Armagh Observatory

Via Dr. Roger Pielke Sr. and with a h/t to Erik, I found this most interesting, because it demonstrates the even small things like hedges can influence temperature readings. This paper originally had only 1 diagram, but I’ve added photography … Continue reading

Posted in UHI, Weather_stations | 33 Comments

Obama SG urges tossing CO2 ruling, greens howl

Obama Admin Urges Supreme Court to Vacate Greenhouse Gas ‘Nuisance’ Ruling By GABRIEL NELSON of Greenwire The Obama administration has urged the Supreme Court to toss out an appeals court decision that would allow lawsuits against major emitters for their … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, Politics | 89 Comments

Attention codgers! Get with the program!

I wouldn’t have believed this if I hadn’t read it for myself. This is an actual study and press release from the University of York.  I’m surprised they didn’t issue this press release IN ALL UPPER CASE. Those darn whippersnappers. … Continue reading

Posted in Post-normal science, Ridiculae | 270 Comments

Ecological Footprints – a good idea gone bad

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In “Another day, overshot to hell” Anthony Watts commented on the “Overshoot Day” promoted by Mathis Wackernagel and the Global Footprint Network (GFN). This is based on the idea of the “ecological footprint”. Your “ecological … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 113 Comments

Pielke Senior on the surfacetemperatures.org effort

Like me, Dr. Pielke was queried for this article in the Economist, and like me, he responded. Like Dr. Pielke, I documented some of the responses that were not printed in the Economist here. Additionally, Dr. Pielke documents below how … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, media, Politics | 87 Comments