Daily Archives: April 30, 2011

Reality Leaves A Lot To The Imagination

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach On an average day you’ll find lots of people, including NASA folks like Gavin Schmidt and James Hansen, evaluating how well the climate models compare to reality. As I showed here, models often don’t do well … Continue reading

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Introducing the WUWT Global Climatic History Page

This one really is a must see: WUWT Global Climatic History Page With graphs including Ocean Heat Content, Accumulated Cyclone Energy, Global Sea Level Change, Global Sea Ice Area, Surface Temperatures and Anomalies and Snowfall, the WUWT Global Climatic History … Continue reading

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Wonky Team Science

Josh from CartoonsbyJosh.com writes: Like you I have been shocked by things written about this by alarmists – quite extraordinary. This cartoon comes from the daftness written here courtesy of Gav, Mike and Kev.

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Are Gulf Of Mexico Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies Near To Record Levels?

Bob Tisdale shows that once again, the devil is in the details. Guest post by Bob Tisdale OVERVIEW This post illustrates Gulf of Mexico Sea Surface Temperature (SST) data and discusses the post by Jeff Masters at his http://www.wunderground.com blog … Continue reading

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Why windmills won’t wash

Guest post by the Viscount Monckton of Brenchley Consider the Oldbury wind turbine, which WattsUpWithThat.com reveals was installed a couple of years ago at a primary school in the Midlands at a cost of £5000 sterling plus Vicious Additional Taxation … Continue reading

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