Sunspots and Sea Surface Temperature

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I thought I was done with sunspots … but as the well-known climate scientist Michael Corleone once remarked, “Just when I thought I was out … they pull me back in”.  In this case Marcel Crok, the well-known Dutch climate writer, asked me if I’d seen the paper from Nir…

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 Celebrate it at the 9th International Heartland Conference, Las Vegas By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Don’t miss this spectacular conference in the City of American Culture 2014. The Ninth International Heartland Conference on Climate Change is the biggest and best of all the skeptical conferences. And it is being held at a vital moment. It…

Termites, fungi, models, and climate change

From the University of Central Florida Climate change models could have a thing or two to learn from termites and fungi, according to a new study released this week. For a long time scientists have believed that temperature is the dominant factor in determining the rate of wood decomposition worldwide. Decomposition matters because the speed…

Friday Funny: Life is a Gas!

Kevin Benn of Sweden writes with some poetry… Hi Anthony, [This] was an outlet for my frustration at not being able to engage local politicians or journalists in an open discussion about climate science and policy. Please use it as you think fit! Thank you for your Labour of Life – it’s a solace, a…