There ‘could’ be more Antarctic melt worries

While the Antarctic is making new records for more ice this week, we have another press release with “could” science in it. Image: National Snow & Ice Data Center (NSIDC) Timing is everything I guess, but I really have to wonder how “…warming waters in the Southern Ocean are connected intimately with the movement of…

Apologies for the ads

Due to all of the attention I’ve gotten (good and bad) over my PBS appearance, the people at wordpress.com have identified WUWT as a high traffic blog and have added advertising to the top and to the sidebar. For example, my WUWT rank today out of millions of wordpress.com blogs is #2 I do get…

Tisdales’ Blog Memo to Kevin Trenberth at NCAR

Guest post by Bob Tisdale Date:  September 20, 2012 Subject:  Trenberth and Fasullo (2012) paper “Climate extremes and climate change: The Russian heat wave and other climate extremes of 2010” From:  Bob Tisdale – Climate Observations To:  Kevin Trenberth – National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO Dear Kevin: First, let me congratulate you on…

Not quite Friday Funny

Over at Skeptical Science, SkS founder John  Cook has gone on the full defensive because of the linking of conspiracy “moon landing was faked” author Stephan Lewandowsky to Mr. Cook (and his website) and of offhand comments about his website and the people that run it. It’s a hilarious read, as if they are surprised…