Daily Archives: February 5, 2014

Lakes For Sale, Partially Thawed, N=20

Guest Post By Willis Eschenbach Anthony pointed out the selling of overhyped claims of the “dramatic thinning” of Arctic ice here. The title of the underlying scientific study is much more prosaic, Response of ice cover on shallow lakes of … Continue reading

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Posted in Bad science, snowfall | Tagged , , , | 64 Comments

Monckton: Challenge to Prince Charles

Lord Monckton invites ‘Chazza’ to spar over ‘unroyal’ global-warming remark His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, Clarence House, London. Candlemas, 2014 Your Royal Highness’ recent remarks describing those who have scientific and economic reason to question the Establishment opinion … Continue reading

Posted in Opinion | 336 Comments

Small asteroid slams into Mars, impact captured by orbiter

A reminder that the universe isn’t always friendly. A spectacular image of impact crater follows. From NASA JPL today. 

Posted in Climate News | 68 Comments

Fighting the Wrong Battle: Public Persuaded About CO2 As Pollutant – Not As Cause of Warming

Guest essay by Dr. Tim Ball Skeptics are winning the battle to reject CO2 as the only cause of warming, but losing the war to the misrepresentation of CO2 as a pollutant. Some people generally know there is something wrong … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, Opinion, Politics | 113 Comments

Climate craziness of the week: climate change> bigger waves> fish have to swim harder

From the department of obvious science and anything to do with climate change must be bad comes this study from Australian National University: Waves costly for fish Big waves are energetically costly for fish, and there are more big waves than … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Craziness of the Week, Obvious science | 118 Comments

Press for a ‘Climate Scientist Who Got It Right’

(CNSNews.com) – Dr. Don Easterbrook – a climate scientist and glacier expert from Washington State who correctly predicted back in 2000 that the Earth was entering a cooling phase – says to expect colder temperatures for at least the next … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News | 129 Comments

CryoSat shows Arctic sea ice volume up 50% from last year

Measurements from ESA’s CryoSat satellite show that the volume of Arctic sea ice has significantly increased this past autumn. The volume of ice measured this autumn is about 50% higher compared to last year. In October 2013, CryoSat measured about … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Sea ice | 123 Comments