Daily Archives: April 17, 2013

Temperature models vs temperature reality in the lower troposphere

Global Warming Slowdown: The View from Space by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. Since the slowdown in surface warming over the last 15 years has been a popular topic recently, I thought I would show results for the lower tropospheric … Continue reading

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On the scales of warming worry magnitudes– Part 2

Should We Worry About the Earth’s Calculated Warming at 0.7C Over Last the Last 100 Years When the Observed Daily Variations Over the Last 161 Years Can Be as High as 24C? Guest post by Dr. Darko Butina In Part … Continue reading

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Watching the death of the EU Carbon Market

From the GWPF: Europe’s New Anti-Green Majority Scores Huge Victory EU Parliament Refuses To Save Its Dying Carbon Market The European Union’s climate change policy is on the brink of collapse today after MEPs torpedoed Europe’s flagship CO2 emissions trading … Continue reading

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Another solar to climate amplification mechanism found?

From the Hockey Schtick: Paper finds another amplification mechanism by which the Sun controls climate (video follows) A lecture by professor Hiroko Miyahara of the University of Tokyo provides additional support to the Svensmark theory of cosmoclimatology, finding that both … Continue reading

Posted in Cosmic rays, Solar | 74 Comments

Climate Craziness of the Week: James Hansen’s human free vision of the future

When I was a kid, I’d watch cartoons with mad scientists running amok and causing trouble. As an adult, I observed that there actually aren’t any mad scientists. Now, after reading Dr. James Hansen’s latest essay, I’m not so sure … Continue reading

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A Different Perspective on Trenberth’s Missing Heat: The Warming of the Global Oceans (0 to 2000 Meters) in Deg C

We discussed Dr. Roy Spencer’s post More on Trenberth’s Missing Heat in my recent post and in the cross post at WattsUpWithThat. One of the points Roy made: a change in ocean heat content is presented in terms that look … Continue reading

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