Daily Archives: August 23, 2012

AR5 Climate Forecasts: What to Believe

Guest post by Pat Frank The summary of results from version 5 of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP5) has come out. [1] CMIP5 is evaluating the state-of-the-art general circulation climate models (GCMs) that will be used in the IPCC’s … Continue reading

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Yay! Mike Mann took the bait, intends to file lawsuit against Steyn and NRO

UPDATE: Uh oh, looks like Mann will have to sue Investors Business Daily too, because they say that: It’s been the greatest fraud of all time, and Michael Mann has been at the heart of it. UPDATE2: Climate Depot has … Continue reading

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More NOAA FOI emails – A question for Bill Lambrecht of the Post Dispatch

After reading this email to the late climate scientists Steven H. Schneider (released from the 2 year FOI effort to NOAA) below… …I have this question for Bill Lambrecht of the St. Louis Post Dispatch:

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Make your own Michael Mann hockey stick at home

Following yesterday’s first look at emails from the 2 year effort to get NOAA to release emails from FOIA requests, where we learn that some scientists felt ‘Hit on the head with a hockey stick’ and that “The paleodata always got … Continue reading

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AGU: Link found between cold European winters and solar activity

“Skaters can only do this race every 10 or 11 years because that’s when the rivers freeze up,” Sirocko said. “I thought to myself, ‘There must be a reason for this,’ and it turns out there is.” From the American Geophysical … Continue reading

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Hansen’s Temperature Analysis: Today’s Normal is Yesterday’s Extreme–and Nobody Cares

From Master Resource, by Chip Knappenberger Yesteryear’s climate extremes are today’s climate normals. Yet we are largely oblivious and better off. A hundred years from now the same will be true. Ho hum…. But not everyone thinks this way. Take … Continue reading

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Antarctic peninsula was 1.3°C warmer than today 11,000 years ago

From the British Antarctic Survey New climate history adds to understanding of recent Antarctic Peninsula warming Results published this week by a team of polar scientists from Britain, Australia and France adds a new dimension to our understanding of Antarctic … Continue reading

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