Daily Archives: March 18, 2014

Turning airliners into flying weather stations

From Scripps Institute New Airborne GPS Technology for Weather Conditions Takes Flight First-time demonstration led by Scripps Institution of Oceanography captures key meteorological data from aircraft, along with the potential to improve hurricane forecasting A new GPS system aboard airplanes … Continue reading

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Posted in measurement, Technology, Weather, Weather_stations | 42 Comments

NOAA’s odd way of presenting February temperatures

Harold Ambler writes: NOAA’s map of February temperatures across the United States got New England all wrong. It wasn’t “near normal,” at all, as the people of the region can well attest. Oh, and the data, too: Hartford, CT, as … Continue reading

Posted in NCDC, NOAA, records, Weather | 162 Comments

A ‘Back to the Future’ approach to climate that reads just like science fiction

From the University of Cincinnati, climate science conducted by one-on-one interviews with small sample sizes. No DeLoreans or “Mr. Fusion” needed. A ‘Back to the Future’ Approach to Taking Action on Climate Change Researchers take on fighting the disastrous consequences … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News | 46 Comments

To AAAS: What we know? Earth hasn’t warmed significantly in over a decade, climate models failed to predict this

One really has to laugh at the repackaging attempt by AAAS. Meanwhile: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Releases “What We Know” and Kicks Off Initiative to Recognize Climate Change Risks March 17, 2014 – (Washington, DC) The … Continue reading

Posted in Climate News | 108 Comments

The one-sided Conversation

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley At The Conversation, a taxpayer-funded propaganda website based in Australia, Dr Rod Lamberts has suggested that in the climate debate those pushing the Party Line should disregard the mere facts and should advance their invaluable … Continue reading

Posted in Opinion | 120 Comments

Climate Craziness of the Week: ‘Cold snaps result of global warming’

We’ve just been waiting for this predictable headline to emerge somewhere, and it happened to pop up in Canada’s CBC News: h/t to Ron Christie in WUWT Tips and Notes That “new study” from Rutgers? Not even new. They write:

Posted in Climate Craziness of the Week | 113 Comments