Firing Up The Economy, Literally

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I’ve spent the last week in the Solomon Islands, which is northeast of Australia. It’s a wonderful place for me to come back to, even if only for a week, as I lived here for nine years. It’s a curious place, one of the UNs “LDCs”, the “Least Developed Countries.”…

Canadian Senate kills climate change bill

Via CBC News, what a great irony for Climategate day: Senate kills climate change bill Last Updated: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 The Canadian Press Senators have voted down an opposition bill to tackle climate change with just days to go before another round of United Nations talks in Mexico.

Climategate Anniversary Humor

Well, one year ago this week, a tipping point occurred. The apple cart was upset. Richard A. left this humorous satirical comment which seemed appropriate for today, so I’ve elevated it to a full post. Press Relase – CRU East Anglia – Everything is consistent with Global Warming The CRU at East Anglia has released…

The unbearable flatness of 10.7

While sunspots are often the proxy of choice for solar activity reports, the 10.7 cm radio band is also an excellent indicator of solar activity. As you can see in this NOAA graph below, it is slowly coming up, but there’s still a fair gap to the red line, which represents the predicted level. Dr.…