There might possibly could be a chance of danger! Thunderstorms!

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Thunderstorms are one of my main interests, so I read up on a study by some Harvard researchers that has been receiving all kinds of attention in the blogosphere. Unfortunately, it’s another “could, might, possibly, chance of” study. The YaleGlobal Online blog of the venerable Yale University quotes the Christian…

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Inhofe Exposes Another Epic Fail by Global Warming Alarmists Thursday

PRESS RELEASE  August 2, 2012 Contact: Matt Dempsey Matt_Dempsey@epw.senate.gov Katie Brown Katie_Brown@epw.senate.gov Inhofe Exposes Another Epic Fail by Global Warming Alarmists    Photo Posted by KFOR and Think Progress   Click Here for Larger Photo  The dumpster fire that caused the melting lights Photo Provided by KFOR Link to Think Progress Blog Post Link to Watts…

An Invitation

Readers will remember that at the end of March Anthony hosted a small dinner for the moderation staff and writers at a restaurant in San Francisco and posted about it here. A number of us couldn’t make it, so I proposed a summer-time get-together for those of us on the East Coast at my home…

Update on Watts et al. 2012

My sincere thanks to everyone who has provided widespread review of our draft paper. There have been hundreds of suggestions and corrections submitted in comments and in email, and for that I am very grateful.  That sort of input is exactly what we hoped for, and such input can only make the paper better, and…

Earth’s CO2 sinks increasing their uptake

Readers may recall these WUWT stories:  Earth’s biosphere booming,  California’s giant redwoods inconveniently respond to increased carbon dioxide, and Forget deforestation: The world’s woodland is getting denser and change could help combat climate change. NASA satellite imagery pointed this out long ago. Now confirmation from another source: From the University of Colorado at Boulder Earth absorbing more…