Interpretation of the Global Mean Temperature Data as a Pendulum

By Girma Orssengo, PhD In his Caltech commencement address in 1974, Professor Richard Feynman advised students the following: “Details that could throw doubt on your interpretation must be given, if you know them.” [1] Using the global mean temperature (GMT) data from the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, the Intergovernmental Panel…

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Another sea level rise fallacy falls short

Heat-driven expansion not a major source of sea level rise With the power to drown low-lying nations, destroy infrastructure, and seriously affect sensitive coastal ecosystems, sea level rise may be one of the most readily apparent consequences of global warming that is already under way. However, the sources of the rising waters, and the dynamics…

Space Storm Tracked from Sun to Earth for First Time

by Dr. Tony Phillips NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center For the first time, a spacecraft far from Earth has turned and watched a solar storm engulf our planet. The movie, released today during a NASA press conference, has galvanized solar physicists, who say it could lead to important advances in space weather forecasting. NASA’s STEREO…