Energy sucking illuminated wind turbine may be torn down to make way for a coal loader

Oh the irony… First, a flashback from  June 18, 2010: I was in Newcastle, NSW AU on Wednesday night to give another lecture as part of the Australian speaking tour I’m doing. I had the pleasure of following David Stockwell in a presentation, and David Archibald followed me. We were a bit late getting there…

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New paleo paper shows solar impact on past temperatures

From C3 headlines – Scientists Say Norwegian Sea Research Confirms Large, Robust Solar Impact On Temperatures Read here. Map source here. (click on image to enlarge) There are multiple factors that affect both regional and global temperatures, but the most important source of long-term temperature change is solar activity. Using data from the Norwegian Sea…

Climate Craziness of the Week: IPCC’s Pachauri claims 17cm of sea level rise made the Tsunami worse, but let’s check

From this article in The Hindu: (h/t to WUWT reader Adam Gallon) “In the 20th century, sea-level rise was recorded at an average of 17 centimetres. If the sea-level was significantly lower, clearly the same tsunami would have had a less devastating effect. Therefore, sea-level rise is a kind of multiplier of the kinds of…

Not Whether, but How to Do The Math

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach The Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) team is making a new global climate temperature record. Hopefully this will give us a better handle on what’s going on with the temperature. BEST has put out a list of the four goals for their mathematical methods (algorithms). I like three of those goals…