Daily Archives: February 8, 2013

Slow Drift in Thermoregulated Emergent Systems

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In my last post, “Emergent Climate Phenomena“, I gave a different paradigm for the climate. The current paradigm is that climate is a system in which temperature slavishly follows the changes in inputs. Under my … Continue reading

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Posted in Emergence, Oceans, Science | Tagged , , | 206 Comments

Global Warming To Bring Colder/Warmer Winters

By Paul Homewood It seems that every time we get some snow, another “scientist” is wheeled out to explain that, no matter how cold it gets, it is all down to global warming. In the last week or so, we … Continue reading

Posted in Global warming, snowfall, Temperature, Weather | Tagged , , , , , , , | 117 Comments

Forecasts of the Boston Blizzard

I thought I’d save a few forecast graphics now, to see how they hold up when the snow event is over. First, here’s the one from NWS Boston. I can’t say I much like their color scheme, as it gives … Continue reading

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Bob Tisdale shows how ‘Forecast the Facts” Brad Johnson (and now Dr. Heidi Cullen) are fecklessly factless about ocean warming and the blizzard

UPDATE2: Gosh. Shouldn’t Dr. Cullen know more than McKibben and Brad Johnson?!  (h/t to Marc Morano) – Anthony Here’s the SST anomaly map she cites as proof in her post about the issue at Climate Central. Note that actual temperatures … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, Oceans, Sea Surface Temperature, Snow | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 81 Comments

Friday Funny – ‘Demonizing’ Steve McIntyre

Warwick Hughes writes: Thanks to The National Business Review in New Zealand we have this rare article on Steve McIntyre while he was visiting downunder.

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Study: plate tectonics modulates volcanic activity, which in turn modulates climate forcings

From Rice University comes this study that tries to equate an analog circuit component onto a climate forcing component. It is an interesting approach. The idea that plate tectonics serves to modulate episodic volcanic activity also makes sense. Volcano location … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, Volcanoes, Vulcanism | Tagged , , , | 71 Comments