Daily Archives: October 17, 2011

This is seriously fluxed up

From Yale University  pick which one is the true message of this press release: 1. The title of the press release: US rivers and streams saturated with carbon. 2. The pointless statistic: Rivers and streams in the United States are … Continue reading

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Posted in Carbon dioxide | Tagged , , | 114 Comments

RealClimate.org – down

UPDATE: As of 10PM PST, RC is back up and running, no mention of the outage though – Anthony I figured I’d better note this since a number of people have brought it to my attention. Trying to reach realclimate.org … Continue reading

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Would You Give This Man a Ride?

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach As I mentioned in my last post, I’d planned to hitchhike for a couple days. My plan was to hitch up to Grant’s Pass, Oregon to go to the bachelor party for a good friend. … Continue reading

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NCEP ensemble forecast shows deep La Niña coming

We know that we are currently in a La Niña pattern by the various maps and graphs we have on the WUWT ENSO page, for example this one: But have a look at the ensemble forecast, updated yesterday. The average … Continue reading

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BREAKING: An IPCC backchannel ‘cloud’ was apparently established to hide IPCC deliberations from FOIA.

UPDATE: (9:20 PST 10-17) the FOI request has been released, a copy of which is now linked below. This story will remain at the top of WUWT for a day or two. New stories will appear below this one. CEI … Continue reading

Posted in FOI, IPCC | Tagged , , | 185 Comments