Daily Archives: April 14, 2013

Another Internet poll goes horribly wrong

[self snip] I was given a tip, and didn’t realize that this poll is over a year old and didn’t recall WUWT had previously covered it. Neither did Tom Nelson when he covered it last night, so I withdraw this … Continue reading

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A Different Perspective of the Equatorial Pacific and ENSO Events

by Bob Tisdale It’s difficult to express how enormous El Niño and La Niña events are. Often, when discussing them, I’ll display a map of the tropical Pacific (see example here) and write something to the effect of, the equatorial … Continue reading

Posted in ENSO, Ocean Heat Content, Sea Surface Temperature | Tagged , , , , , , , | 32 Comments

My response to Delingpole over invoking Godwin’s Law

Last weekend I posted an essay on what I considered to be a pointless invocation of Godwins Law by my friend James Delingpole: The battle of the pointless Nuremberg insults: Romm -vs- Delingpole (Note: For those of you who don’t know, … Continue reading

Posted in Climate ugliness, Opinion | Tagged , | 175 Comments

A Big Picture Look At “Earth’s Temperature” – “The Pause” Update

Image Credit: NASA and BP.Blogspot.com By WUWT regular “Just The Facts” Recently there has been significant attention focused on “The Pause” in Earth’s warming, the length of “The Pause” and where “Earth’s Temperature” may go from here, e.g.: “Over the … Continue reading

Posted in Climate data, Earth, measurement, Temperature | Tagged , , , , , | 99 Comments

Don Easterbrook’s response to a smear by WWU geology faculty

Readers may recall that WUWT published  this defense of Dr. Don Easterbrook last week: Rebuttal to the attack on Dr. Don Easterbrook by Dr. David Deming I enjoyed this passage from Dr. Deming: Among the gems in the endless litany … Continue reading

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Modeling future CO2 sequestration

From the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) CO2 removal can lower costs of climate protection According to the analysis, carbon dioxide removal could be used under certain requirements to alleviate the most costly components of mitigation, but it … Continue reading

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Give the Iron Lady a State Funeral

In deference to our Open Thread on Saturday, Monckton submitted this for WUWT readers. It is insightful and worth a read IMHO – Anthony By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, courtesy of wnd.com It will be from Heaven that Margaret Thatcher, … Continue reading

Posted in Politics | Tagged | 244 Comments