Daily Archives: January 25, 2014

Sunny Spots Along the Parana River

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In a comment on a recent post, I was pointed to a study making the following surprising claim: Here, we analyze the stream flow of one of the largest rivers in the world, the Parana … Continue reading

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When Did Global Warming Begin?

Image Credit: Marathon Nation – Soft Pixel By WUWT regular “Just The Facts” There have been a number of statements made recently about “Global Warming Deniers”, e.g. “White House: Global Warming Deniers Wrong to Reference Polar Vortex” US News, “Watch … Continue reading

Posted in Global warming, Temperature | 139 Comments

A Retrospective: Fun With Sea-Ice

At right: Portrait of the artist first writing on sea-ice; coastal Maine, January 1977 Guest essay by Caleb Shaw PART ONE Nearly forty years ago, back when nobody talked of Global Warming, I lived up on the coast of Maine … Continue reading

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Another Year, Another Nail in the CAGW Coffin (Now Includes December Data)

Image Credit: WoodForTrees.org Guest Post By Werner Brozek, Edited By Just The Facts CAGW refers to Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming. Few people doubt that humans have some influence on climate, however the big debate is whether or not we are … Continue reading

Posted in measurement, MetOffice, NASA GISS, Temperature | Tagged , , | 127 Comments

Greenpeace disappears a founder, much like ‘The Commissar Vanishes’ in Soviet Russia

On our Friday Funny, which pointed out that Dr. Michael Mann labeled Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore as a “garden variety troll”, we thought it was funny that Dr. Mann couldn’t make the connection to who he was labeling.  But … Continue reading

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New study suggests global warming decreases storm activity and extreme weather

A paper published January 21st in Quaternary Science Reviews reconstructs storm activity in Iceland over the past 1,200 years and finds storminess and extreme weather variability was far more common during the Little Ice Age in comparison to the Medieval … Continue reading

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HADCRUT4 for 2013: Almost a DNF in Top Ten Warmest

More Year-End Results The UKMO-Hadley Centre presented its annual HADCRUT4 data a few days ago. The HADCRUT4 annual global land+ocean surface temperature anomalies for 2013 ranked 8th. That’s not much of a showing in a world where manmade greenhouse gases … Continue reading

Posted in Hiatus in Global Warming, UKMO HADCRUT4 | 98 Comments